2 SPORTS SPORTS THE BALTIMORE SUN | | WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2019 D REGIONAL DIGEST Bayhawks hire assistant coach By Baltimore Sun staff Chris Burdick was hired as the Chesapeake Bayhawks’ assistant coach and defensive coordinator. The Cortland, New York, native also was recently named head coach at Webber International University. Burdick recently served as a volunteer assistant coach with the Bayhawks and has been helping the team throughout the 2019 Major League Lacrosse season. Burdick’s promotion to defensive coordinator comes as Bob Shillinglaw (Severna Park) steps down from his duties as an assistant coach. Shillinglaw, who coached the defense in 2018 and throughout the season in 2019, leaves the team in order to spend time with his family. Shillinglaw, prior to coaching Chesapeake, spent 39 seasons as a head coach at Delaware. Towson senior Tom Flacco was among four quarterbacks from the Colonial Athletic Association among 40 players honored on the preseason watch list for the 2019 College Football Performance Awards FCS National Performer of the Year trophy. Also making the list from the CAA were Elon junior Davis Cheek, James Madison senior Ben DiNucci and Maine junior Chris Ferguson. Flacco received CAA Offensive Player of the Year and All-America honors in 2018 after completing 269 of 439 passes for 3,251 yards and a school-record tying 28 touchdowns. He also rushed for a team-best 742 yards and four scores to rank third in FCS in total offense (332.8 ypg). College football: UMBC was picked to place in a tie for third position in the America East Conference preseason poll. The 2018 America East finalists received 34 votes along with UMass Lowell. The coaches tabbed defending champion New Hampshire as the preseason favorite with 47 points and five of eight first-place selections. Last year’s regular season champions, the Stony Brook Seawolves, earned 40 points and the remaining three firstplace votes to land in second position. Men’s college soccer: Mount St. Mary’s was picked fifth in the Northeast Conference preseason coaches poll. Defending champion Central Connecticut has been tabbed as the favorite, followed by Saint Francis U, Fairleigh Dickinson, Bryant, the Mount, Sacred Heart, Robert Morris, Long Island, Wagner, St. Francis Brooklyn and Merrimack. Last season, the Mountaineers qualified for the NEC Tournament for the first time since 1997. The Mount earned the No. 3 seed at last year’s NEC Tournament with a 4-2-2 league record while finishing with a 5-9-3 overall mark. Women’s college soccer: Adrian Peterson says he won’t be discussing financial woes that came to light over the summer. The Washington Redskins running back conducted his first interview of training camp Tuesday and declined to answer a question about pending legal action against him. Peterson was sued last month over failure to fully repay a $5.2 million loan and was ordered to pay $2.45 million to another creditor. NFL: TODAY’S TV Major League Baseball Orioles at Yankees. 1 p.m. MASN Boston at Clevelad. 1 p.m. MLB Cincinnati at Washington. 4 p.m. MASN2 Tampa Bay at San Diego. 4 p.m. MLB Cubs at Philadelphia. 7 p.m. ESPN WNBA Seattle at Washington. 8 p.m. CBSSN Connecticut at Phoenix. 10 p.m. ESPN2 Golf U.S. Amateur Championship. 4 p.m. FS1 D&D Real Czech Masters. 5:30 a.m. GOLF Rodeo College National Finals. 7 p.m. ESPNU Men’s Soccer UEFA Super Copa. 2:30 p.m. UNIVIS Liverpool vs Chelsea. 3 p.m. TNT Atlanta United vs Club America. 7:50 p.m. ESPN2 Little League Softball World Series, Final. 10 p.m. ESPN Tennis Western & Southern Open. 11 a.m. TENNIS LOCAL SCOREBOARD at Salem, 7:05 MINORS Tuesday Triple-A International Norfolk Double-A Eastern Bowie Frederick Single-A SAL Delmarva Hagerstown Single-A N.Y./Penn Aberdeen at Lakewood, 7:05 at W. Virginia, 7:05 2, Pawtucket 0 G1: Richmond 4, 2 G2: 2, Richmond 0 at Tri-City, 7 *** Bowie Single-A Carolina Frederick Single-A SAL Hagerstown Delmarva, Single-A N.Y./Penn Aberdeen WNBA Wednesday Mystics, at Salem, late Seattle at 8 Lakewood 6, W. Virginia at 3 late Friday Mystics at Minnesota, 8 *** 7, Vermont 2 SOCCER MLS Saturday D.C. United NWSL Saturday Spirit *** Wednesday Triple-A International Norfolk Double-A Eastern Bowie, Single-A Carolina Frederick Single-A SAL Hagerstown, Delmarva, Single-A N.Y./Penn Aberdeen at Vancouver, 10 at Pawtucket, 7:05 Richmond at 7:05 at Portland, 10:30 *** at Salem, 7:05 LACROSSE MLL Saturday Lakewood at W. Virginia at 2:05 7:05 Boston at *** Bayhawks, 7 at Tri-City, 7 PLL Saturday *** (at Hamilton, Ontario) Chaos vs. Archers, 12:30 Chrome vs. Atlas, 3:30 Thursday Triple-A International Norfolk Double-A Eastern Bowie, Single-A Carolina at Pawtucket, 12:05 Sunday Richmond at 7:05 (at Hamilton, Ontario) Whipsnakes vs. Redwoods, 6 SPA NEW STAFF Oriental Massage Open 7 Days a Week 9am-Midnight 410-633-1880 6218 Eastern Ave. 95 Exit 59 W. 1/4 mile 10am-Midnight
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