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By Edward Lee | November 20, 2012
Having been through the difficult and sometimes lonely process of rehabbing a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee suffered in the final month of his rookie campaign in 2009, Lardarius Webb is more than familiar with what it will take to bounce back from the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee sustained in the Ravens' 31-29 win against the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 14. And despite the frustration of watching his teammates from...
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
Amber Milnes Aberdeen In her first season with the Eagles, Milnes faced a couple of daunting tasks -- rebuilding after graduating three starters from last year's state championship team and then rebuilding again after 2011-12 All-Metro Player of the Year Brionna Jones tore an anterior cruciate ligament in January, which forced her to miss the rest of the season. With two freshman and two sophomore starters, she converted a team that had been centered on the 6-foot-3 Jones into an up-tempo team in which everyone had to contribute.
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By KEVIN ECK | November 2, 2008
When the Main Event Mafia formed last week, the question was when, not if, Scott Steiner would join Kurt Angle, Sting, Booker T. and Kevin Nash in the faction. We didn't have to wait long to find out, as "Big Poppa Pump" returned to TNA on Impact and became the fifth member of the star-studded veteran group. He had been out for four months because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament. I have always found Steiner entertaining, and being in the MEM is a much better role for him than playing mentor to "Little Petey Pump."
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2013
With the departure of last year's entire starting attack, Hood senior Joey O'Hara has a prime opportunity to insert himself as a starter. And he's trying to do it on one leg. O'Hara tore the anterior cruciate ligament in one knee last summer, and it's the same ligament that he strained as a sophomore. He returned last March and finished the season tied for third on the team in goals with 11. Coach Jeremy Mattoon said he would love to slow O'Hara's return and ease him back onto the field, but this is the last year of O'Hara's eligibility.
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By Kevin Eck | July 20, 1992
Mount Hebron senior center Kris Bryant, The Baltimore Sun's 1991-92 Girls Basketball Player of the Year, will be out for the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee Wednesday.Bryant, who averaged 15.6 points and 10.6 rebounds in leading Mount Hebron to a 22-2 record last season, suffered the injury while playing in a pickup game in Ocean City.Mount Hebron coach Dave Greenberg said Bryant is scheduled to be operated on this morning."I feel bad for her," Greenberg said.
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March 1, 2006
Dan Palumbo, Archbishop Spalding SPORT Basketball BOYS STATS -- Palumbo, a 6-foot-4 swing guard, had his season and high school athletic career abruptly end in a January game against No. 1 Mount St. Joseph. The senior injured his right knee and it required anterior cruciate ligament surgery. Palumbo averaged 8.6 points and 1.5 assists and shot 88.9 percent (32-for-36) from the line in 22 games. SIDELINES -- Palumbo is expected to fully recover but will need five-to-six months of rehabilitation, which means he will not play baseball this spring.
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By Milton Kent | February 1, 1997
Kelley Gibson, a redshirt sophomore guard for the Maryland )) women's team, has suffered a probable tear of the anterior cruciate ligament and a strain of the medial collateral ligament in her left knee and likely will not play again this season, the school announced yesterday.Gibson, averaging 9.4 points and 4.2 rebounds this season, suffered the injury on a baseline drive with six seconds to go in Thursday's 79-59 win over Florida State.A school spokesman said it won't be clear for four weeks whether Gibson, who was evaluated yesterday by Maryland medical personnel, will have to undergo reconstructive surgery on the knee.
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By Sandra McKee | January 29, 1991
Blast defender Angelo Panzetta, who injured his left knee Jan. 19 against the Wichita Wings, underwent two hours of surgery yesterday to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Panzetta is expected to be out from eight to 12 months.*The Blast, which has toned down its player introductions out of respect for the war in the Middle East, may scale back even more after the Feb. 13 All-Star Game. Surveys were issued fans last weekend to determine if they wanted player introductions to continue.
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By HARTFORD COURANT | May 28, 2001
Lauren Jackson's already lighting it up in Seattle. Jackie Stiles is already struggling in Portland. The New York Liberty will be back. The Houston Comets won't be. The Miller twins, Coco and Kelly, are dealing with being apart for the first time. Cynthia Cooper is dealing with coaching for the first time. ESPN gets more games. Lifetime gets no games. The WNBA will open its fifth season today with a rematch of last season's Western Conference finals between Houston and the Los Angeles Sparks and, after that, things actually might get interesting.
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By Bill Free | January 24, 1991
Injured Baltimore Blast defender Angelo Panzetta will require major reconstructive knee surgery and extended rehabilitation that may keep him out of action seven to 12 months, Blast trainer Marty McGinty said yesterday.Panzetta, a starter in his second year with the Blast, injured his left knee in Sunday's 9-6 victory over the Wichita Wings, suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament and torn lateral meniscus.He will undergo surgery Monday. At best, Panzetta could return for the start of next season, McGinty said.
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By Edward Lee | December 7, 2012
ASHBURN, Va. - The Ravens may have listed outside linebacker Terrell Suggs as questionable for the game against the Washington Redskins, but as far as starting tackles Trent Williams and Tyler Polumbus are concerned, they expect to line up against him Sunday despite his torn right biceps. “Yeah, I definitely expect to see him out there,” said Williams, Washington's first pick in the 2010 NFL draft who has been battling a deep thigh bruise. “I heard that the injury is a painful injury, but I think people have played on it. I'm expecting to see him out there.
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By Gene Wang and The Washington Post | December 1, 2012
The 11th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team will be without starting guard Laurin Mincy for the rest of the season after the junior tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee during Wednesday night's 90-71 victory over No. 21 Nebraska in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in Lincoln. After scoring a season-high 16points and going 4-for-4 from 3-point range, Mincy landed awkwardly and left with about 15 minutes to play. She did not return, though she was able to walk as well as pedal on an exercise bike during the game.
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post and By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | November 27, 2012
ACC/Big Ten Challenge No. 11 Maryland @No.21 Nebraska Wednesday, 8p.m. The instant Brene Moseley planted her left leg and heard the familiar pop, she had no doubt. Maryland's promising sophomore point guard was out for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Adding to the exasperation were the setting and circumstances: an intrasquad scrimmage at Comcast Center on Oct. 21 during which Moseley absorbed no contact when her knee buckled. Teammates did all they could to console Moseley, suggesting she try to walk.
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By Edward Lee | November 20, 2012
Having been through the difficult and sometimes lonely process of rehabbing a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee suffered in the final month of his rookie campaign in 2009, Lardarius Webb is more than familiar with what it will take to bounce back from the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee sustained in the Ravens' 31-29 win against the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 14. And despite the frustration of watching his teammates from...
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By Edward Lee | November 3, 2012
Returning to Cleveland may be a bittersweet memory for Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome and several other employees who worked for the franchise under its previous incarnation as the Browns. For Morgan Cox, the trip is memorable for a different reason. On Dec. 26, 2010, the long snapper tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee while blocking on Billy Cundiff's 27-yard field goal in the second quarter en route to an eventual Ravens' 20-10 win. Fortunately for Cox, he hasn't allowed the memory of that injury to seep into his consciousness when returning to Cleveland Browns Stadium.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2012
Reservoir's two-time All-Metro frst-team selection Amanda Jackson will likely miss her senior season while recovering from knee surgery in the spring. Jackson, a versatile forward who also saw time at midfield and defense in her first three years, tore her anterior cruciate ligament playing club soccer in early March. With her rehab going well, there's a slight chance she may be able to return to the field near the playoffs, but Reservoir coach Josh Sullivan said she would have to be at 100 percent.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2012
Reservoir's two-time All-Metro frst-team selection Amanda Jackson will likely miss her senior season while recovering from knee surgery in the spring. Jackson, a versatile forward who also saw time at midfield and defense in her first three years, tore her anterior cruciate ligament playing club soccer in early March. With her rehab going well, there's a slight chance she may be able to return to the field near the playoffs, but Reservoir coach Josh Sullivan said she would have to be at 100 percent.
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By Edward Lee | September 26, 2011
Both wide receiver Lee Evans and cornerback Domonique Foxworth agreed that being deactivated for Sunday's dismantling of the St. Louis Rams was beneficial in healing their respective injuries. Evans is dealing with a left ankle injury that has been bothering him since the preseason, while Foxworth is still trying to strengthen the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee that he tore on the eve of last year's training camp. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said during his weekly briefing on Monday that he did not have an update on either player, “I have no idea,” he said.
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By Edward Lee | June 6, 2012
Neill Lewnes missed UMBC's last six contests, but the senior-to-be is on pace to return to the team perhaps as early as fall workouts. The short-stick defensive midfielder tore the anterior cruciate ligament in a knee in the Retrievers' 16-12 victory over Hartford on March 31. The Arnold native and St. Mary's graduate sat out the remainder of the season, but his rehabilitation has been going well, according to coach Don Zimmerman. “He looks good,” he said of Lewnes. “He's getting around well.
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