Maryland’s Rambo reaches 200 points
Senior Matt Rambo tallied five points Saturday and recorded his 200th career point to lead the No. 10 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to a 15-7 victory against No. 14 North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Rambo became the fifth Terrapin in program history to achieve the milestone. Joe Walters (2003-06) was the last Maryland player to reach 200 career points.
Connor Kelly recorded five points and has 18 points in the last four games against the Tar Heels. Dylan Maltz led all goal scorers with three goals, while Dan Morris made 12 saves for the Terps (5-2) . . . .
No. 15 Virginia overcame a three-goal deficit in the final 1:51 to force overtime, but fell in sudden death, 18-17, to No. 18 Johns Hopkins in Baltimore.
Michael Kraus led the Cavaliers (5-4) with four goals.
The Blue Jays (5-3) won the Doyle Smith Cup for the first time since 2013 . . . .
In women’s lacrosse, four players scored hat tricks as No. 1
Maryland defeated James Madison, 16-11, in Harrisonburg, Va.
Zoe Stukenberg, Megan
Whittle, Caroline Steele and Kali Hartshorn combined for 12 goals for the 9-0 Terrapins . . . .
No. 19 Virginia extended its win streak to four with an 18-5 victory against No. 19 Duke in Charlottesville.
Rachel Vander Kolkhad a career-high 12 saves, and Kelly Reese scored a game-high four goals for the Cavaliers (6-4, 2-2 ACC).
Andrew Harper and Ashley Spencer were the top male and female finishers in Saturday’s Marine Corps 17.75K at the Prince William Forest Park in Quantico, Va.
Harper, a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps, had a time of 1:06:10, defending his 2016 title.
Eric Frome, who flew in from Oregon, was second in 1:06:59. Spencer ran a 1:20:16 to finish ahead of Arlington’s Liz Greenlaw (1:21:09). Jim Gregory of Wheaton, Md., (1:11:12) and the District’s
Hassetou Wandaogo (1:25:05) ran at the top of the men’s and women’s master’s fields, respectively.
The event featured 2,834 runners from 40 states. All participants received an entry into October’s Marine Corps Marathon, which attracts more than 30,000 entries each year. — Eric W. Hobeck
Jorge Linares beat Anthony Crolla by unanimous decision for the second time in six months in Manchester, England, to keep the WBA lightweight title.
Linares (42-3) gave Crolla a rematch in the same arena before Crolla’s supporters, and the Venezuelan proved superior again to all three judges, who each scored it 118-109. Crolla dropped to 31-6-3. PRO FOOTBALL The Cincinnati Bengals released eight-year veteran linebacker Rey Maualuga, saying they were moving to a younger group at the position.
The move comes five days after they signed free-agent linebacker Kevin Minter to a one-year deal. Maualuga a second-round pick in 2009.
COLLEGE ICE HOCKEY
Penn State defeated Union, 103, and Denver beat Michigan Tech, 5-2, in the Midwest Region of the Division I men’s ice hockey tournament.
In the Northeast, Notre Dame topped Minnesota, 3-2, and Massachusetts-Lowell downed Cornell, 5-0.
Minnesota-Duluth defeated Boston University in overtime, 3-2, in the West. In the East, Harvard edged Air Force, 3-2.
The Frozen Four will be April 6-8 at United Center in Chicago