Terps shake off de­lays, hold off the Bull­dogs

The Washington Post Sunday - - SPORTS -

Colin Hea­cock matched his ca­reer high with five points and Tim Muller caused three turnovers as the Mary­land men’s lacrosse team, ranked No. 2 in the U.S. In­ter­col­le­giate Lacrosse As­so­ci­a­tion coaches poll, over­came two rain de­lays to de­feat No. 8 Yale, 12-11, at Mary­land Sta­dium on Saturday.

The rain de­lays to­taled 1 hour and 58 min­utes, with the lat­ter one com­ing with just 37 sec­onds to play and the Ter­rap­ins (4-0) cling­ing to a 12-11 lead. The Mary­land de­fense pre­vented the Bull­dogs (1-1) from a qual­ity game-ty­ing at­tempt . . . .

In Philadel­phia, 17 th-ranked Penn­syl­va­nia knocked off No. 6 Vir­ginia, 11-10, as Tyler Dunn’s goal with 5:52 left stood up as the game-win­ner.

Dox Aitken scored four goals for the Cava­liers (3-1). Dunn had three goals for Penn (2-0) . . . .

No. 13 Tow­son edged host Ge­orge­town, 11-10, de­spite not scor­ing in the fi­nal 21 min­utes and al­low­ing six goals to the Hoyas’ Daniel Bu­caro.

Joe Sei­der had three goals for

the Tigers (2-0). Ge­orge­town fell to 0-3 . . . .

Bos­ton Uni­ver­sity’s Jack Wil­son scored with 1.5 sec­onds left to send the Ter­ri­ers to an 8-7 win over No. 18 Navy in An­napo­lis.

Colin Floun­lacker scored three goals for the Mi­ship­men (13, 0-1 Pa­triot League). Wil­son also had a hat trick for the Ter­ri­ers (40, 1-0) . . . .

In a women’s lacrosse show­down at Mary­land Sta­dium, the No. 2 Ter­rap­ins beat No. 1 North Carolina, 13-10.

Jen Giles led the way for the Ter­rap­ins (3-0) with six points (three goals and three as­sists). Zoe Stuken­berg also scored three goals for Mary­land, which has played North Carolina in three of the past four NCAA ti­tle games. The Tar Heels fell to 3-1. . . No. 20 Vir­ginia Tech routed Old Dominion, 19-6, in Blacks­burg, Va.

Tris­tan McGin­ley had five goals and as as­sist for the Hok­ies (5-1) in the win over the Mon­archs (2-1). COL­LEGE FOOT­BALL

Ok­la­homa quar­ter­back Baker May­field was ar­rested in Fayet­teville, Ark., and charged with pub­lic in­tox­i­ca­tion, dis­or­derly con­duct and re­sist­ing ar­rest.

May­field, a Heis­man Tro­phy fi­nal­ist last year, was booked into the Wash­ing­ton County Jail af­ter first walk­ing, then run­ning away and be­ing tack­led by an of­fi­cer fol­low­ing an al­ter­ca­tion near Fayet­teville’s Dickson Street early Saturday, po­lice said. MISC.

Jack Sock won the last seven points of a sec­ond-set tiebreaker to beat Don­ald Young 6-4, 7-6 (72) in an all-Amer­i­can semi­fi­nal at the Del­ray Beach (Fla.) Open.

Sock, seeded third and ranked 21st in the world, will face No. 1 seed Mi­los Raonic, who beat sev­enth-seeded Juan Martin del Potro, 6-3, 7-6 (8-6), on Sun­day in the fi­nal . . . .

Wil­son Kip­sang led a Kenyan sweep of the podium at the Tokyo Marathon.

Kip­sang, the London Olympic bronze medal­ist, had a time of 2 hours 3 min­utes 58 sec­onds, a race record. That was more than a minute slower than the cur­rent world-best of 2:02:57 set by com­pa­triot Den­nis Kipruto Kimetto at the 2014 Berlin

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