June 5, 1994
BOYS: BRAD SCHULZESCHOOL: South CarrollCLASS: SeniorGPA, SAT: 3.85, 1050SPORTS: Baseball, basketballOTHER ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Varsity Club officer, Minds in Motion, manages a produce stand in the summer.COLLEGE: Virginia TechSNAPSHOT: A two-sport standout (baseball and basketball) who also maintained a 3.85 grade-point average throughout his career at South Carroll, Schulze recently was chosen the Baltimore Sun's Baseball Player of the Year in Carroll. Schulze's biggest trademark throughout his career has been consistency.
February 2, 1992
Name:School:Class (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior):Birthdate:Address and telephone:Grade-point average (as up to date as possible):Combined scores on SAT and/or ACT:Part- or full-time jobs:Academic and community honors (attach additional information such as letters of recommendation):Varsity sports participation in 1991-1992. (List any fall or winter sport you played and any spring sport you intend to play):In 300 words or less, give your opinion on whether you think too much emphasis is placed on a student-athlete's SAT and ACT scores.
January 23, 1991
A whole bunch of "Q's & A's" are coming right up, sports fans, but first let me answer a few questions that have been coming into the 24-Hour Sportsline (647-2499) about the ninth annual Anne Arundel CountySun All-County Academic-Athletic Team.Let me give you an idea ofwhat we are looking in the top 12 boys and top 12 girls who excel inacademics and athletics.Applications must include the official ballot, which will run frequently on these pages until the March 15 entry deadline.Applicants must play at least one varsity sport and the team is open to all high school students residing in the county.
May 10, 1995
TC CBOYS PROFILESMatt Allen, BroadneckClass: Senior.GPA: 3.70. SAT: 1,190.College: UMBC.Sports: Soccer and lacrosse.Other activities: National Honor Society president; Maryland Math League; vice president, Future Business Leaders of America; business manager, Kaleidoscope Yearbook; Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts' Troop 783.Profile: Named the Bruins' Male Scholar Athlete, Allen, who has perfect attendance, is the recipient of ROTC and National Honor Society scholarships....
May 11, 1997
The 20 members (10 boys, 10 girls) of the Sun's 15th All-Anne Arundel County Academic-Athletic Team will be introduced and receive a plaque at a banquet Wednesday.The awards will include $3,000 scholarships to the overall winners (one male, one female) as part of the Anne Arundel Trade Council's Spring Membership Meeting at the Annapolis Holiday Inn.Those selected will receive a phone call by this evening. The Sun pays for the student and two parents' dinners. Dinner is 7 p.m., with the program to begin promptly at 7: 45 p.m.Anyone wishing to order additional tickets ($37 each)
May 13, 1999
Tomorrow the final day for submitting applications for the 17th The Sun's All-Anne Arundel County Academic-Athletic Team. Ten boys and 10 girls will be selected and honored at a banquet June 3 at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie.Each of the 20 outstanding student/athletes will receive a plaque, and two overall winners, one boy and one girl, will receive $5,000 scholarships from Times Mirror and The Baltimore Sun.The 20 team members will be profiled here before the banquet, which is open to the public.