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December 14, 2004
MARGARET (MARGE) B. ACKERMANN, 82, of Freehold died late on Sunday, December 12, 2004 at the Manor Nursing Home in Freehold. She was born in Baltimore on June 14, 1922 to Martin and Alice Baurenschub. The youngest of eight children, Marge was educated in Catholic schools in Baltimore and was married in 1946 to Henry J. (Harry) Ackermann. They lived in Baltimore, then moved to Niagara Falls, N.Y., Port Jefferson, N.Y., North Haven, Conn. and Hamilton Square before retiring to Freehold. Marge was an enormously energetic and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great- grandmother.
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By From Staff Reports | May 11, 2008
Sue Ackermann recorded a game-high 10 points on seven goals and three assists as host Salisbury topped St. Mary's for a third time this season, 22-9, in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament yesterday. The Sea Gulls (21-0) beat St. Mary's, 18-7, on April 25 in the Capital Athletic Conference championship, their sixth straight title, and also won 18-11 on April 5. Salisbury faces Catholic in the regional final at 1 p.m. today. Catholic defeated Rowan, 17-15. CCBC-Catonsville 14, Herkimer County CC 6 --The top-ranked Cardinals held host Herkimer scoreless for 26 minutes en route to winning in a National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association semifinal.
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NEWS
May 29, 2005
On May 27, 2005, DOROTHY M. ACKERMANN (nee Miller) beloved wife of the late Karl O. Ackermann; loving mother of Helen Sampson and her husband Jon; devoted grandmother of Kimberly Sampson and Jon Sampson; great-grandmother of Emily Lin Durkee-Sampson; beloved sister of Thomas Reed Miller and his wife Lucy. Also survived by two nieces and one nephew. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Monday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Tuesday at 1 P.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | March 28, 2008
The first thing Salisbury women's lacrosse coach Jim Nestor tells you about his top scorer, Sue Ackermann, is how smart she is. Ackermann, a Liberty graduate, has the resume to back that up - on the field and in the classroom. Known as an attacker with an ability to read defenses, the senior has led the No. 2 Sea Gulls in scoring for two years. She carries a 3.9 grade point average, majoring in exercise science. In May, she will receive Salisbury's Female Scholar Athlete of the Year award.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | March 28, 2008
The first thing Salisbury women's lacrosse coach Jim Nestor tells you about his top scorer, Sue Ackermann, is how smart she is. Ackermann, a Liberty graduate, has the resume to back that up - on the field and in the classroom. Known as an attacker with an ability to read defenses, the senior has led the No. 2 Sea Gulls in scoring for two years. She carries a 3.9 grade point average, majoring in exercise science. In May, she will receive Salisbury's Female Scholar Athlete of the Year award.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 15, 2005
SALISBURY - Salisbury women's lacrosse team (15-0) moved one step closer in its quest for a national championship yesterday as the host Sea Gulls defeated Eastern Connecticut State, 19-5, in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament. Salisbury, which has won 26 of its past 27 games, maintained the upper hand throughout the game. The Sea Gulls took a quick 2-0 lead and had a 12-4 lead at the half on the Warriors (13-7). Kate Scott led Salisbury with three goals and an assist.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 16, 2005
Salisbury's unbeaten and No. 1-ranked women breezed into the Division III lacrosse final four with a 15-4 victory over Washington and Lee yesterday in an NCAA regional final. Salisbury faces Colorado College, a 10-9 winner over Cortland State in triple overtime, at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, N.J., at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The Sea Gulls (16-0), playing at home, jumped to a quick 5-0 lead, but Washington and Lee answered with back-to-back goals at 15:35 and 12:28 of the first half.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | January 21, 2004
ADD Deutsche Bank boss Josef Ackermann to the lineup of Ken Lay, Bernie Ebbers, Conrad Black, Martha Stewart and other business stars suspected of looting public shareholders. Ackermann's criminal trial opens today in Dusseldorf, Germany, and he is suffering Martha-style press treatment as well as the potent attentions of prosecutors. The chief executive of Germany's biggest bank (and the ultimate chief of Deutsche's Baltimore operations) has been summoned from his Frankfurt headquarters to a little courthouse in a provincial town and a trial that could put him in prison for a decade.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 28, 2008
Thirteen Salisbury players scored goals in the Sea Gulls' 21-4 rout of host Wesley yesterday. Matt Hickman and Jake DeLillo led Salisbury with three goals apiece. The Sea Gulls (3-0, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) also benefited from 10 players having at least one assist. Kylor Berkman led the team with four. Salisbury led 8-0 at halftime and held a 52-28 advantage in ground balls. The Wolverines (0-2, 0-1) got goals from Nick Pisacano, Dan Skeels, Brad Smith and Hank Meinhardt. Jim McLeaft made 17 saves but allowed 16 goals.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | April 9, 2003
FROM Eliot Spitzer, attorney general for New York, to Arthur W.H. Docters van Leeuwen, president of the Netherlands Authority for Financial Markets, to Lee Jung-Jae, chairman of South Korea's Financial Supervisory Commission, corporate baby sitters are pulling out their paddles. A decade of misbehavior cued a massive crackdown in the executive romper room. But the most interesting white-collar prosecution is not taking place in the great financial capitals. It's in Dusseldorf, Germany, known for steel mills and blood sausage.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 28, 2008
Thirteen Salisbury players scored goals in the Sea Gulls' 21-4 rout of host Wesley yesterday. Matt Hickman and Jake DeLillo led Salisbury with three goals apiece. The Sea Gulls (3-0, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) also benefited from 10 players having at least one assist. Kylor Berkman led the team with four. Salisbury led 8-0 at halftime and held a 52-28 advantage in ground balls. The Wolverines (0-2, 0-1) got goals from Nick Pisacano, Dan Skeels, Brad Smith and Hank Meinhardt. Jim McLeaft made 17 saves but allowed 16 goals.
NEWS
May 29, 2005
On May 27, 2005, DOROTHY M. ACKERMANN (nee Miller) beloved wife of the late Karl O. Ackermann; loving mother of Helen Sampson and her husband Jon; devoted grandmother of Kimberly Sampson and Jon Sampson; great-grandmother of Emily Lin Durkee-Sampson; beloved sister of Thomas Reed Miller and his wife Lucy. Also survived by two nieces and one nephew. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Monday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Tuesday at 1 P.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 16, 2005
Salisbury's unbeaten and No. 1-ranked women breezed into the Division III lacrosse final four with a 15-4 victory over Washington and Lee yesterday in an NCAA regional final. Salisbury faces Colorado College, a 10-9 winner over Cortland State in triple overtime, at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, N.J., at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The Sea Gulls (16-0), playing at home, jumped to a quick 5-0 lead, but Washington and Lee answered with back-to-back goals at 15:35 and 12:28 of the first half.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 15, 2005
SALISBURY - Salisbury women's lacrosse team (15-0) moved one step closer in its quest for a national championship yesterday as the host Sea Gulls defeated Eastern Connecticut State, 19-5, in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament. Salisbury, which has won 26 of its past 27 games, maintained the upper hand throughout the game. The Sea Gulls took a quick 2-0 lead and had a 12-4 lead at the half on the Warriors (13-7). Kate Scott led Salisbury with three goals and an assist.
NEWS
December 14, 2004
MARGARET (MARGE) B. ACKERMANN, 82, of Freehold died late on Sunday, December 12, 2004 at the Manor Nursing Home in Freehold. She was born in Baltimore on June 14, 1922 to Martin and Alice Baurenschub. The youngest of eight children, Marge was educated in Catholic schools in Baltimore and was married in 1946 to Henry J. (Harry) Ackermann. They lived in Baltimore, then moved to Niagara Falls, N.Y., Port Jefferson, N.Y., North Haven, Conn. and Hamilton Square before retiring to Freehold. Marge was an enormously energetic and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great- grandmother.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | January 21, 2004
ADD Deutsche Bank boss Josef Ackermann to the lineup of Ken Lay, Bernie Ebbers, Conrad Black, Martha Stewart and other business stars suspected of looting public shareholders. Ackermann's criminal trial opens today in Dusseldorf, Germany, and he is suffering Martha-style press treatment as well as the potent attentions of prosecutors. The chief executive of Germany's biggest bank (and the ultimate chief of Deutsche's Baltimore operations) has been summoned from his Frankfurt headquarters to a little courthouse in a provincial town and a trial that could put him in prison for a decade.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 12, 2003
Senior Megan Shea scored four goals and senior Jackie Toner added three as seventh-ranked William Smith clipped No. 5 Salisbury, 12-11, in an NCAA Division III women's lacrosse tournament quarterfinal yesterday at Salisbury. William Smith (16-2) advances to Saturday's national semifinal against two-time defending national champion Middlebury, marking the school's 11th final four appearance and first since 1999. Salisbury (14-2) had won a school-record 12 straight games. Leading 8-4 at halftime, the Herons extended their lead to 12-7 when Shea scored her fourth goal of the game - 50th of the season - with 10:44 remaining.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 12, 2003
Senior Megan Shea scored four goals and senior Jackie Toner added three as seventh-ranked William Smith clipped No. 5 Salisbury, 12-11, in an NCAA Division III women's lacrosse tournament quarterfinal yesterday at Salisbury. William Smith (16-2) advances to Saturday's national semifinal against two-time defending national champion Middlebury, marking the school's 11th final four appearance and first since 1999. Salisbury (14-2) had won a school-record 12 straight games. Leading 8-4 at halftime, the Herons extended their lead to 12-7 when Shea scored her fourth goal of the game - 50th of the season - with 10:44 remaining.
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