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March 1, 2014

Sports Calendar - 03/02/2014

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Baseball


Allegany at Montgomery (2), ppd. to April 27

At Fayetteville, N.C.

Frostburg State 13, Allegheny 12, 11 innings

At Florence, S.C.

Darlington Tech 10, Potomac State 1

Pitt (N.C.) 6, Potomac State 0

College Men’s Basketball

Region 20, Division II Semifinals

Region 20-A

Potomac State 77, Northern Virginia 73

Region 20-B

Garrett 76, Beaver County 73

Southern Maryland 67, Dundalk 63

College Women’s Basketball

Region 20, Division II Semifinals


Garrett 85, Frederick 66

College Men’s Lacrosse

Frostburg State 11, Lebanon Valley (Pa.) 4

College Women’s Lacrosse

Bridgewater 12, Frostburg State 9

College Softball

Randolph-Macon 4-11, Frostburg State 1-0

High School Boys Basketball

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class A, Region II, Section 1


(3) Tygarts Valley 66, (6) Union 42

High School Girls Basketball

Maryland West Region Playoffs

Class 2A West, Section I


Mountain Ridge 55, Catoctin 49

Class 1A West, Section I

Northern 53, Hancock 25

High School Wrestling

Maryland 1A-2A West Regional, at Williamsport

West Virginia State Tournament, at Huntington

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Baseball


Westmoreland at Allegany (2), ppd. TBD

At Fayetteville, N.C.

Frostburg State vs. William Peace, 1:00

At Florence, S.C.

Potomac State vs. Cecil, 10:30

College Men’s Basketball

Region 20, Division II Tournament

At Hagerstown Community College

Region 20-A Championship


(4) Potomac State vs. (1) Howard, Noon

Region 20-B Championship

(6) Garrett vs. (7) Southern Maryland, 2:00

College Women’s Basketball

Region XX, Division II Championship

At Cecil College


Garrett vs. Chesapeake, 1:00

College Softball

Frostburg State at Shenandoah (Va.) (2), 1:00

College Track and Field

Frostburg State at Mason Last Chance Meet, at George Mason (Va.), 10:00

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