Mary­land’s Rambo reaches 200 points

The Washington Post Sunday - - WASHINGTONPOST.COM/SPORTS -

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).

RUN­NING

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

BOX­ING

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

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