Photo by Daniel Kucin Jr. Trayvon Robinson was perfect at the plate with three hits against the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Friday night. He scored three runs, too.
Published on: Thursday, July 25, 2013
By Daniel Kucin Jr.
McNamara lineman keeps Maryland on his short list
Bishop McNamara High School offensive lineman Damian Prince has narrowed his prospective college choices from 40 to 10. Prince is ranked No. 10 among high school lineman nationwide, according to Rivals.com. The 10 college football programs that interest Prince are Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Ohio State, Rutgers, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Maryland.
Mystics top Fever, 77-70
The Washington Mystics defeated the Indiana Fever 77-70 on Friday night. Guard Ivory Latta led the Mystics in scoring with 16 points, while racking up three assists. University of Maryland alumna Crystal Langhorne pulled down seven rebounds and scored eight points.
Baysox smash Flying Squirrels, 10-2
The Bowie Baysox beat the Richmond Flying Squirrels 10-2 Friday in Richmond. Baysox starting pitcher Tyler Wilson won his fifth game this season. Wilson pitched seven innings, striking out seven batters. Baysox outfielder Trayvon Robinson went three for three at the plate, scoring three runs.
BSU track coach goes to NCAA coaches’ academy
Michelle Latimer, Bowie State University head track and field and cross country coach, attended the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy from June 24 to June 28 in Atlanta. The prestigious honor was bestowed on the award-winning coach for her focus on student-athletes and her coaching achievements with the program. The academy is designed for women coaches who want to strengthen and improve their professional coaching skills.