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By Pat O'Malley | January 20, 1992
Mark Amatucci has resigned as head basketball coach and assistant athletic director at Anne Arundel Community College."Mark is pursuing other professional opportunities and felt that he had to make a change at this time," said Anne Arundel CC athletic director Buddy Beardmore, who will coach the Pioneers (10-4) tonight against Columbia Union in Arnold.Beardmore said he will serve as interim coach until a new head coach is found. Beardmore said assistant coach Mark Healy, who was in Arizona on a business trip, is a likely successor.
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The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2013
Fourteen members of the defending national champion Loyola men's lacrosse team took time from their holiday break today to travel to Newtown, Conn., and lead a youth clinic in the town rocked by a mass shooting last month at Sandy Hook Elementary School. The trip was the idea of freshman defenseman  Jason Crane (Chesapeake-Anne Arundel). Players departed Maryland this morning and picked up teammates on the trip to Connecticut. Others who live in the New England region met the team in Newtown.
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November 28, 1991
Keith Thompson scored a game-high 41 yesterday to lead Anne Arundel Community College to a 131-109 victory over Frederick Community College.FREDERICK CC -- Byrd 21, Dayton 10, Herrod 20, Teck 1, Ford 11, King 20, Bentley 7, Robertson 11, Demar 4, Jackson 4. Totals: 40 26-40 109.ANNE ARUNDEL CC -- Davis 6, Sharps 16, Osborne 24, Thompson 41, Purnell 25, Mackey 6, Srebroski 9, Herold 2, Reid 2. Totals: 47 37-50 131.Halftime--AACC 66, FCC 49. 3-point goals--FCC...
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By Katherine Dunn | April 4, 2012
The annual Anne Arundel Community College High School Girls' Lacrosse Tournament has grown into one of the most popular spring holiday tournament in the area and not just for teams in Anne Arundel County. While the bulk of the competitors in this year's tournament, scheduled for Thursday and Saturday, are from Anne Arundel, the popularity of the tournament stems from its pairings. The event gives teams a chance to meet opponents they wouldn't otherwise face during the season. Teams from Carroll County, Harford County, the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland, and the Eastern Shore are participating in this year's event.
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By From Staff Reports | February 11, 1995
Adeiro Jones had 29 points and 17 rebounds as Anne Arundel Community College (11-13) defeated host Montgomery-Germantown CC, 88-71, last night in a Maryland JuCo League game.Steve Kraning had 15 points, all on three-pointers, for Anne Arundel.* Baltimore City CC 133, Potomac State 73: Warren Wright (Mervo) scored 23 points to lead visiting Baltimore City (17-6) over Potomac State (7-15).* Frederick CC 85, Gettysburg JV 77: Brian McMahan scored 24 points and Anthony Wright (Lake Clifton) pulled down 10 rebounds to go along with 13 points as host Frederick (12-14)
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By PAT O'MALLEY | March 23, 1994
An outstanding pitching staff has the Anne Arundel Community College baseball team off to an 8-1 start."We're the only the community college team in Maryland with nearly 10 games in already. They haven't played that many in Florida and California," joked coach Clayton Jacobson."We've probably got the only community college baseball team in the United States with all of its players from its home county. And we're probably also the only community college who has all of its two-year players eligible [academically]
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2011
Anne Arundel Community College has won a $19.7 million federal grant to help increase the number of workers in science, math, engineering and technology fields across the country, the state said Wednesday. The institution will lead the National STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Consortium, made up of 10 community colleges in nine states. Their goal: to design certificate programs that community colleges nationwide can put in place to get students up to speed in technical fields.
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By Bill Free | August 22, 1991
Anne Arundel Community College has been notified unofficially by the National Junior College Athletic Association that its men's basketball team and women's soccer team will be placed on one year's probation for allowing academically ineligible students to play during the 1990-91 school year, school spokeswoman Theone Relos said last night.The NJCAA has informed the school that both teams will be barred from postseason play, from appearing in the NJCAA rankings and from receiving individual honors such as All-Region and All-America teams during the 1991-92 season.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | April 29, 1993
With one game remaining in the regular season, Anne Arundel Community College's men's lacrosse team still is in contention for a berth in next week's national tournament in Corning, N.Y.The Pioneers (8-5) are ranked fifth in the National Junior College Athletic Association poll, and the top four teams receive bids to the tournament. Anne Arundel trails Harford for the last spot, but could advance with a win tomorrow night against Montgomery-Rockville and a Harford loss to Nassau."We've played good lacrosse all year long," said coach Clayton "Buddy" Beardmore.
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By Pat O'Malley | January 20, 1992
Mark Amatucci has resigned as head basketball coach and assistant athletic director at Anne Arundel Community College."Mark is pursuing other professional opportunities and felt that he had to make a change at this time," said Anne Arundel CC athletic director Buddy Beardmore, who will coach the Pioneers (10-4) tonight against Columbia Union in Arnold.Beardmore said he will serve as interim coach until a new head coach is found. Beardmore said assistant coach Mark Healy, who was in Arizona on a business trip, is a likely successor.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2011
Dawn over Western Maryland will break differently Monday for the 260 hunters who won the lottery to participate in this year's annual bear hunt. The adrenaline will be high, the air thick with the anticipation of trying to become the first man, woman or even child to kill one of the approximately 55 to 80 bears the state Department of Natural Resources anticipates will be roaming the region. More than 100 miles to the southeast, Dr. Joe Lamp will be standing out on Route 2 and College Parkway, close to his home in Arnold, holding a stuffed bear and a handmade sign imploring Gov. Martin O'Malley to shut down what Lamp and officials at the Humane Society of the United States believe is nothing more than what they call a "trophy hunt.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2011
Anne Arundel Community College has won a $19.7 million federal grant to help increase the number of workers in science, math, engineering and technology fields across the country, the state said Wednesday. The institution will lead the National STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Consortium, made up of 10 community colleges in nine states. Their goal: to design certificate programs that community colleges nationwide can put in place to get students up to speed in technical fields.
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By Sports Digest | June 25, 2011
Golf Baltimore's Best Putter contest to begin Sunday Baltimore Municipal Golf Corp. will hold its annual Baltimore's Best Putter contest with qualifying rounds from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday at each Classic Five course: Pine Ridge, Mount Pleasant, Forest Park, Clifton Park and Carroll Park. There are two divisions of competition: adults 18 and older, who must pay a $5 entry fee; and juniors 17 and younger, who can enter for free.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | May 15, 2006
On its wind-swept field in Arnold, Anne Arundel Community College blew away the opposition in the second half to win the National Junior College Athletic Association women's lacrosse championship yesterday. After trailing at halftime, the Pioneers shifted their running game into high gear to dethrone the two-time defending titlist, CCBC-Catonsville, 9-5, in their fourth meeting of the season. "Last year, we lost in two overtimes [in the title game], so we knew we had to play hard. We didn't want that to happen again," said Pioneers sophomore Melissa Line (Southern-AA)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 2003
Right-hander Tina Willis (17-3) pitched two shutouts and the host Anne Arundel Commu nity College Pioneers took two of three over Holyoke CC with 3-0, 6-0 wins in the National Junior College Division III District H softball tournament. The Pioneers lost the first game, 4-1. Anne Arundel is one of eight teams advancing to the NJCAA championships in Joliet, Ill., starting Thursday. Willis (Glen Burnie) pitched 14 innings, gave up seven hits and struck out 17. Jessica Griffith (Glen Burnie)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2003
The South River girls basketball team was wrapping up a practice earlier this month when players from Anne Arundel Community College came by to have a practice of their own with their gym floor unavailable. South River coach John Wardell figured it would be worthwhile to stay around with his team for a few extra minutes and run some drills with the college players. What he didn't know at the time was that he was breaking a state athletic rule, as first reported by the Washington Post in yesterday's editions.
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By Special to The Sun | December 17, 1991
LA PLATA -- Raymond Osbourne scored 24 and Keith Thompson added 20 last night to lead Anne Arundel Community College to a 94-86 victory over Charles Community College. James Sharps finished with 17 for Anne Arundel, which never trailed. Antonio Proctor led Charles CC with a game-high 35.ANNE ARUNDEL CC (7-2) -- Davis 11, Sharps 17, Osbourne 24, Thompson 20, Purnell 8, Mackey 10, Srebroski 4. Totals: 40 14-21 94.CHARLES CC -- Allen 18, Gregan 6, Proctor 35, Johnson 14, Gandee 13. Totals: 31 26-31 86.Halftime--A.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 9, 1999
The Essex Community College men's lacrosse team will play Nassau (N.Y.) CC for the national championship at 2 p.m. today at Anne Arundel CC.The Knights (11-4) scored seven unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to drop Herkimer County (N.Y.) CC, 12-10, in yesterday's semifinal. Greg Arbacas led Essex with a season-high six goals.Top-ranked Anne Arundel CC fell to Nassau, 7-6, in overtime to ruin a potential first all-Maryland finale.Pub Date: 5/09/99
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 5, 2002
After 35 years of coaching, Bruce Springer says he's "not retiring, just stepping back to see what life is all about in the wintertime." In somewhat of a surprise, Springer informed Broadneck athletic director Ken Kazmarek yesterday that he was resigning as the Bruins' girls basketball coach. "We had talked about it and it's tough to leave such a great high school atmosphere from the administration to the other coaches, kids and parents," said Springer, a New Jersey native who played football and ran track at the University of Maryland.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 18, 1999
A little decal has served as a constant reminder for the Anne Arundel Community College women's soccer team.On the Pioneers' jerseys are three letters: PBC.Passion. Blood. Conflict.Anne Arundel has shown it can play with emotion and do battle with the premier teams in the country. But it's the kinship, or blood, that could make the real difference by the end of the weekend.As the third seed in the NJCAA national championship tournament, which begins today at CCBC-Essex, the Pioneers hope an all-for-one, one-for-all mantra carries them to the school's first national title.
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