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Navy men sweep Salty Dog Invitational

Navy had the top eight overall finishers in the men’s 8K at the Salty Dog Invitational. Maryland won the women’s 8K. Towson won the Delaware Invite.

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Hounds pressure GW but fall 3-1

Ann Ernst had 23 kills to keep Loyola competitive but their wasn’t enough support from the rest of the offense to close out sets for wins.

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Terps sweep Mount St. Mary’s Dual 5Ks

The Maryland women’s cross country team won the Mount St. Mary’s Dual 5Ks for the first time ever. UMBC’s squad saw significant drops from last year’s times.

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Blue Jays sweep Baltimore Metro Meet

Johns Hopkins dominated the Baltimore Metro Meet with 19 women and 18 men finishing in the top 20 of their respective races.

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Michael Phelps is clearly the best athlete ever

Despite participating in a sport that goes ignored outside one week every four years, Michael Phelps is clearly the greatest athlete of all time.

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Christos FC wins fifth National title in five years

Baltimore-based adult amateur soccer club Christos FC became the first team in America to win all three major Amateur Cups with a rare double in 2016.

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UMBC softball coach Joe French retires

Joe French announced his retirement, which will take effect July 1, after 15 years at UMBC and 35 years of collegiate softball softball.

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Cahill earns national player of the week honors

Holiday Cahill’s 3-for-3 performance with three home runs and seven RBIs powered her to Towson’s first national player of the week honors.

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Two coaches, two styles and tons of wins

Towson baseball coach Mike Gottlieb earned his 700th win this year and softball coach Lisa Costello won her 600th game, and both did it in different ways.

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Loyola AD Jim Paquette earns national honor

Loyola Director of Athletics Jim Paquette has been named I-AAA Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year, will receiver honor at NACDA Convention in June.

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