Local Maryland College Sports Update – Harford CC, Towson, Loyola


APG Federal Credit Union Arena. Home of the Harford Fighting Owls. (Author photo)

Harford Community College

The Fighting Owls men’s and women’s basketball teams had a historic day on Wednesday as they both claimed the MD JUCO Championship. It is the first conference championship for each squad.

The No. 2 Harford women’s basketball team won 67-59 over No. 4 Hagerstown. The Fighting Owls had appeared in the previous two consecutive MD JUCO Championship Games.

The No. 7 Harford men’s basketball team won 83-76 over No. 1 Frederick on Wednesday. The Fighting Owls defeated the three top seeds in the tournament on their way to the victory.

Towson Men’s Lacrosse

The Tigers lacrosse team was coming off of a high from their victory the previous week over Johns Hopkins. That high came crashing down as No. 14 Towson lost to No. 8 Loyola, 15-11. Junior attack Spencer Parks had a career-high seven points on three goals and four assists. Loyola’s Zach Herreweyers, Nikko Pontrello and Brian Sherlock were part of 11 of the Greyhounds’ 15 goals.

Hood College Men’s Basketball

The Blazers won 71-59 victory over Albright, as they clinched a bid to the Commonwealth Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament.

Bowie State Men’s Basketball

Bowie State Men’s Basketball Remains third in D2 SIDA Atlantic Region Poll. The Bulldogs have now won four straight games and sit currently at 20-7.

 Washington College Softball  

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After last season’s 26-13-1 overall record, the Shorewomen are expecting great things for the upcoming year. They hope to make the fifth straight appearance in the Centennial Conference tournament after losing decorated players Lauren Dockrill and Kylie Nottingham. North Harford’s Allyson Meil could be an interesting addition to the squad. Washington begins their season on February 28 and March 1 in North Carolina.  On February 28, the team will play at host Meredith and against Hood; on March 1 will play at host North Carolina Wesleyan and versus Neumann in the Triangle Classic.