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By From Sun staff reports | June 7, 2011
The Bay Area Shuckers of the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League named Pete Corriero as the first head coach in franchise history on Monday. Corriero, 28, will remain the boys basketball head coach at Meade, where he has been since 2009. The New Jersey native began his coaching career in 2004 as an assistant at St. Mary's. The Shuckers will play their home games in Anne Arundel County.
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By Sports Digest | June 7, 2011
Colleges Former star catcher Mumma named UMBC baseball coach UMBC has promoted Bob Mumma from assistant baseball coach to head coach at his alma mater. The Rising Sun native played catcher for the Retrievers from 1990 to 1992 and is the school's all-time leader in home runs (42) and tied for second in RBIs (152). He spent two seasons in the Chicago White Sox organization, then returned to UMBC in the fall of 1996 as an assistant. He succeeds John Jancuska , who coached the Retrievers from 1978 to this year.
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Sports Digest | February 10, 2012
Et cetera Salisbury's Fleetwood is Coach of the Year Salisbury baseball coach Doug Fleetwood has been named the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches College Coach of the Year. Fleetwood guided the Sea Gulls to the third NCAA Division III College World Series in school history and a 34-14 record. Fleetwood also earned College Coach of the Year honors from the MSABC after the 2001 season. Frostburg State pitcher Greg Ross will receive the organization's honor for Amateur Player of the Year.
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Sports Digest | January 8, 2012
Minor league basketball Hosley, Bowie help Shuckers to first-ever win The Bay Area Shuckers (1-3) earned their first win in franchise history with a 131-108 victory over the Manhattan Pride (0-4) in the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League. Guard Terry Hosley (Maryland Bible) led the Shuckers with 23 points, guard Adrian Bowie (Maryland) scored 21, forward Jamarr Johnson had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and forward Danny Quinn (Archbishop Spalding/Towson)
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By Sports Digest | June 9, 2011
Basketball English to try out for World University Games team Missouri rising senior Kim English (Randallstown) is among 22 college players who have accepted invitations from the USA Basketball Men's Junior National Team Committee to attend the World University Games team training camp July 29 to Aug. 7 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. Twelve of the players will represent the United States at the games Aug. 13-23 in Shenzhen, China.
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Sports Digest | October 4, 2011
Pro basketball Bay Area Shuckers to play their first-ever game Dec. 3 The Bay Area Shuckers of the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League will tip off their their inaugural 2011-2012 season Dec. 3 at the Beltway Bombers, and their home opener is against the Bombers on Dec.17 at 7 p.m. at the Annapolis Area Christian School's Kilby Center. The Shuckers will be part of the league's South Division with the Bombers, based in Waldorf; the Chesapeake (Va.)
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Sports Digest | December 2, 2011
Colleges Hopkins men fourth in Face-Off preseason poll The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team, which will have nine starters back from last season's 13-3 team that reached the NCAA quarterfinals, is ranked fourth in the 2012 Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook Preseason Poll. Defending national champion Virginia is ranked first, followed by Duke and Cornell. Maryland is ranked eighth. More men's lacrosse: UMBC released its 12-game schedule, which includes seven home contests.
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By Luis Batlle, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2012
After feeling snubbed last season when the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League's All-Star rosters were announced, Beltway Bombers guard Rogers Barnes was determined not to be overlooked again. Barnes, who starred at River Hill and Morgan State, has followed through, averaging 18 points, four rebounds and four steals this season, and he has been rewarded by being named to the South team for Sunday's ACPBL Bank of Glen Burnie All-Star Game. What's more, it will be played at Archbishop Spalding in Severn in front of his home-state fans.
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Sports Digest | December 5, 2011
Pro basketball Shuckers routed by Bombers in debut In their Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League debut, the visiting Bay Area Shuckers ran into an experienced and hot-shooting Beltway Bombers team, falling Saturday night in Upper Marlboro, 151-114. "We knew we were facing a very experienced and talented team tonight, and the Bombers lived up to their reputation," Shuckers general manager John Wolfe said. "We saw some good things, and for our first game together as a team, period, I was encouraged and know that the team will continue to jell and also improve.
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Sports Digest | December 23, 2011
Youth lacrosse Martin named director of Charm City league Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler , founder of the nonprofit Charm City Youth Lacrosse League, and league president Miles Harrison announced Thursday that Jody Martin has been named executive director of the league. Martin has served as men's division director at USLacrosse since the organization's inception in 1998 and was director of membership and chapters at the Lacrosse Foundation from 1994 to 1998.
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