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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 31, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- The Princeton celebration was into its second round of group hugs, but off to the side coach Bill Tierney and goalie Scott Bacigalupo shared a private moment."
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By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1997
Legg Mason Inc. will pay about $2.7 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that it and 29 other brokerages overcharged clients who bought and sold stocks on the Nasdaq stock market, a company executive said yesterday.The $2.7 million is a fraction of the total $910 million levied against 30 of the biggest brokerage firms in the securities trading business. Other brokerages have paid another $100 million in settling similar claims in six other lawsuits."We didn't do anything wrong," said Charles A. Bacigalupo, senior vice president and a director of the Baltimore-based brokerage and money management firm.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | May 23, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- Without hesitation, Princeton's Bill Tierney ranks Scott Bacigalupo among the great lacrosse goalies he has coached.He mentions Larry Quinn, who played under Tierney in high school in New York and later at Johns Hopkins. He mentions Quint Kessenich, who was at Hopkins when Tierney was an assistant there."And now Scott," Tierney said as No. 3 seed Princeton awaited its NCAA tournament semifinal game against No. 2 North Carolina today at 4 p.m. at Franklin Field. "His anticipation is as good as anyone's."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1996
One would think that, after spending two seasons in the net at Princeton, junior Pat Cairns would feel secure as the Tigers' top goalkeeper.Think again.For starters, Princeton carries four goalies on its roster. And coach Bill Tierney is not afraid to use them, especially senior Pancho Gutstein, a co-captain as well as the guy Cairns originally beat out a year ago. Second, Cairns replaced Scott Bacigalupo, the three-time All-American who led Princeton to two national championships before graduating in 1994 as one of the best ever in the NCAA.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 27, 1994
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Princeton goalie Scott Bacigalupo has a distinct style. He'll dive for a save, or make one by doing a split. He's in the cage, out of the cage, in your face, hiding behind a pipe and then back in the net.Where will he appear next?"
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | March 18, 1993
Princeton's lacrosse team is on a mission, and Tigers junior goalkeeper Scott Bacigalupo is enjoying the ride.No. 2 Princeton, sparked by Bacigalupo's 16 saves, turned in a strong defensive effort in the Tigers' 9-6 win over No. 4 Virginia at Loyola's Curley Field.Because of weather conditions, the game was moved to Loyola's turf field. Neither Princeton (2-0) nor Virginia (3-1) has a field with an artificial surface.But Bacigalupo seemed right at home. He stopped three point-blank shots in the first period when Princeton's offense was struggling, and two from Virginia ace attackman Kevin Pehlke in the second.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | May 29, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- The road to the NCAA Division I lacrosse championship is blocked by Princeton goalie Scott Bacigalupo.The junior from Towson is the best of the Final Four goalies. He is the best in the country."He is one of the best I've seen," Princeton coach Bill Tierney said recently."Last year you could score off rebounds on him," Loyola coach Dave Cottle said. "Not any more.""The general consensus is that he's the best," Syracuse coach Roy Simmons Jr. said.The No. 3 Orangemen (10-2) will get another crack at Bacigalupand No. 2 Princeton (13-1)
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By Bill Glauber | March 3, 1991
The goalie is just a freshman. He weighs 165 pounds. He has years of punishment, pounding and shots to take before his career can be assessed.But for one day, at least, Princeton's Scott Bacigalupo dominated the world of college lacrosse. Yesterday, he turned a game that was supposed to be a battle of coaches into a personal showcase.Bacigalupo made 14 saves and directed Princeton to a 15-10 victory over Johns Hopkins on a warm, spring-like afternoon at Homewood Field. The Tigers' patient, ball-control style played to Bacigalupo's strengths, but make no mistake, the goalie shut the door on the Blue Jays.
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By From Staff Reports | March 20, 1994
NORFOLK, Va. -- Attackman Scott Conklin scored five goals and goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) made 16 saves as No. 3 Princeton beat No. 2 North Carolina, 16-9, yesterday at Foreman Field.The Tigers (3-0) scored the first four goals and took a 10-2 advantage with three seconds left in the third quarter. The Tar Heels (1-3) held Princeton scoreless in the final 7:26.
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By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1997
Legg Mason Inc. will pay about $2.7 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that it and 29 other brokerages overcharged clients who bought and sold stocks on the Nasdaq stock market, a company executive said yesterday.The $2.7 million is a fraction of the total $910 million levied against 30 of the biggest brokerage firms in the securities trading business. Other brokerages have paid another $100 million in settling similar claims in six other lawsuits."We didn't do anything wrong," said Charles A. Bacigalupo, senior vice president and a director of the Baltimore-based brokerage and money management firm.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 31, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- The Princeton celebration was into its second round of group hugs, but off to the side coach Bill Tierney and goalie Scott Bacigalupo shared a private moment."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 27, 1994
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Princeton goalie Scott Bacigalupo has a distinct style. He'll dive for a save, or make one by doing a split. He's in the cage, out of the cage, in your face, hiding behind a pipe and then back in the net.Where will he appear next?"
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | March 28, 1994
Loyola attackman Sean Heffernan doesn't just march to the beat of a different drummer -- he is one.Not only is Heffernan quarterbacking the offense of the No. 2-ranked Greyhounds, but he also is a free-lancing drummer for progressive rock bands."
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By From Staff Reports | March 20, 1994
NORFOLK, Va. -- Attackman Scott Conklin scored five goals and goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) made 16 saves as No. 3 Princeton beat No. 2 North Carolina, 16-9, yesterday at Foreman Field.The Tigers (3-0) scored the first four goals and took a 10-2 advantage with three seconds left in the third quarter. The Tar Heels (1-3) held Princeton scoreless in the final 7:26.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | March 7, 1994
No. 13 Maryland answered two questions with its 13-12 overtime win at No. 9 Duke on Saturday.The victory proved that the Terps (2-0, 1-0) could compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference after being the last-ranked ACC lacrosse team in the USILA preseason poll and going winless in the league for the first time in school history last year. They also showed that their midfield could be more effective on offense than predicted.Senior midfielder Neal Dupcak (St. Mary's) tied the score at 12-12 with 11 seconds remaining on a long blast.
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June 5, 1993
Princeton junior goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) and North Carolina senior defenseman Alex Martin (Gilman) were selected to the NCAA Division I All-America first team yesterday for the second straight year.Bacigalupo and Martin were joined by Mark Millon (Massachusetts), Dom Fin (Syracuse) and David Morrow (Princeton) as repeaters from last year's first team.NCAA finalists Syracuse and North Carolina lead this year's list of All-Americans with eight each. Johns Hopkins placed six players, and Loyola and Navy placed four each.
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June 5, 1993
Princeton junior goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) and North Carolina senior defenseman Alex Martin (Gilman) were selected to the NCAA Division I All-America first team yesterday for the second straight year.Bacigalupo and Martin were joined by Mark Millon (Massachusetts), Dom Fin (Syracuse) and David Morrow (Princeton) as repeaters from last year's first team.NCAA finalists Syracuse and North Carolina lead this year's list of All-Americans with eight each. Johns Hopkins placed six players, and Loyola and Navy placed four each.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Correspondent | May 20, 1991
PRINCETON, N.J. -- In the midst of the flying sticks, the tumbling bodies and the weeping parents, Carl Runk stood on the sidelines and simply screamed.Thankfully, he wasn't wearing a microphone."I never cussed like that after a game before," Runk said. "Strictly sailor talk."But after 24 years of coaching at Towson State University and trying to boost the school into the lacrosse big-time, Runk could be excused for an R-rated celebration. His team finally crashed into the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Final Four yesterday.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | May 29, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- The road to the NCAA Division I lacrosse championship is blocked by Princeton goalie Scott Bacigalupo.The junior from Towson is the best of the Final Four goalies. He is the best in the country."He is one of the best I've seen," Princeton coach Bill Tierney said recently."Last year you could score off rebounds on him," Loyola coach Dave Cottle said. "Not any more.""The general consensus is that he's the best," Syracuse coach Roy Simmons Jr. said.The No. 3 Orangemen (10-2) will get another crack at Bacigalupand No. 2 Princeton (13-1)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | March 18, 1993
Princeton's lacrosse team is on a mission, and Tigers junior goalkeeper Scott Bacigalupo is enjoying the ride.No. 2 Princeton, sparked by Bacigalupo's 16 saves, turned in a strong defensive effort in the Tigers' 9-6 win over No. 4 Virginia at Loyola's Curley Field.Because of weather conditions, the game was moved to Loyola's turf field. Neither Princeton (2-0) nor Virginia (3-1) has a field with an artificial surface.But Bacigalupo seemed right at home. He stopped three point-blank shots in the first period when Princeton's offense was struggling, and two from Virginia ace attackman Kevin Pehlke in the second.
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