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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2010
Head coaching experience Three years (2008-2010) at Harvard. In 2009, he guided the Crimson to eight wins, the most in program history since 2002. Assistant coaching experience 12 years (1996-2007) at Navy, including the final six as assistant head coach. As the offensive coordinator, he helped the Midshipmen advance to four consecutive NCAA tournaments from 2004 to 2007. Four years (1992-95) at Ithaca; made NCAA Division III semifinals in 1992. Playing experience Began his career as a goalkeeper under legendary coach Richie Moran at Cornell but ended it in 1991 having played every position but attack.
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Sports Digest | June 12, 2014
Colleges Interim tag removed from Cornell lacrosse's Kerwick Cornell announced that Matt Kerwick has been named full-time head coach. Kerwick, who served in the position on an interim basis during the 2014 season, led the Big Red to a national-best 9-0 start and an appearance in the NCAA tournament. Kerwick, a former associate head coach at Georgetown, played in the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League from 1991 through 1996, earning the Baltimore Thunder's Unsung Hero award twice More men's lacrosse: Massachusetts Lowell, which in 2015 will play its first season in Division I, announced that attackman Noah Ryan (Manchester Valley)
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | February 4, 2010
Bruce Hurst Winand, who worked in medical sales and was a longtime Towsontowne Recreation Council coach and board member, died of cardiac arrest Jan. 26 at his Timonium home. He was 50. Mr. Winand was born in Baltimore and raised in Ruxton. He was a 1978 graduate of St. Paul's School and earned a bachelor's degree four years later from Washington College. An accomplished lacrosse player, Mr. Winand played the sport during his high school and college years, and in the early 1980s played professional indoor lacrosse for the Washington Wave and the Baltimore Thunder.
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Sports Digest | August 17, 2013
Track and field Centrowitz finishes 2nd in 1,500 semi heat Matthew Centrowitz (Broadneck) finished second in a packed semifinal heat of the 1,500-meter run at the International Association of Athletics Federation World Championships on Friday in Moscow. He rallied to finish in 3 minutes, 35.95 seconds - .07 of a second behind the winning time from Kenyan Nixon Chepseba - and advanced to Sunday's final. With 300 meters remaining, Centrowitz was near last place in his heat, but he used the final two straights to move into qualifying position.
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By Milton Kent | November 30, 1995
The Thanksgiving weekend, usually the biggest weekend of football watching, meant bigger ratings numbers locally for all, including the soon-to-be relocated Browns.The program looks at the case of Nebraska running back Lawrence Phillips, who faces charges of assault from an alleged zTC attack on his former girlfriend, a women's basketball player. Included is a shocking segment in which Florida State football players essentially exonerate Phillips' conduct.The show's most powerful story is of former boxer Jerry Quarry, a heavyweight of renown who fought Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier in the early 1970s.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2013
Hobart announced Monday that its men's lacrosse team will accept an invitation to compete in the Northeast Conference as an associate member beginning next season. The Statesmen will leave the quickly crumbing Eastern College Athletic Conference lacrosse league to join Northeast Conference members Mount St. Mary's, Bryant, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart and Wagner. The move leaves Bellarmine and Air Force as the only ECAC teams without a home past next season. Lacrosse Magazine reported Friday that both the Falcons and the Knights are in talks to join the newly formed Atlantic Sun Conference, which will sponsor lacrosse for the first time in 2014.
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Sports Digest | June 12, 2014
Colleges Interim tag removed from Cornell lacrosse's Kerwick Cornell announced that Matt Kerwick has been named full-time head coach. Kerwick, who served in the position on an interim basis during the 2014 season, led the Big Red to a national-best 9-0 start and an appearance in the NCAA tournament. Kerwick, a former associate head coach at Georgetown, played in the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League from 1991 through 1996, earning the Baltimore Thunder's Unsung Hero award twice More men's lacrosse: Massachusetts Lowell, which in 2015 will play its first season in Division I, announced that attackman Noah Ryan (Manchester Valley)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff writer | March 29, 1992
Eldersburg's Randy Ernst has truly made the most of his opportunities in the past year.A month before graduating from Towson State with an economics degree last December, the 22-year-old lacrosse standout got a tryout with the Pittsburgh Bulls of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League.After four tryout sessions, he had won a spot on the 25-man Bullsroster. But there was still more work to do."My next goal was totravel with the team," Ernst said. "Only 18 suit up for (road) games."The team played poorly in its opener at Detroit, he said.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 2, 1998
The National Lacrosse League, which is billing itself as a "stronger and bigger professional indoor league," will get a chance to prove it tomorrow night when six of its seven franchises face off in the United States and Canada.The Baltimore Thunder, one of the original four teams in the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League, will take on the Syracuse Smash, one of the NLL's two expansion teams, tomorrow night at 8 at the Baltimore Arena.The other expansion entry, the Ontario Raiders, will play host to the Rochester Knighthawks at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario, in a game that will mark the debut of professional indoor lacrosse in Canada.
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By Bill Tanton | March 3, 1992
The battle between Baltimore, St. Louis and Charlotte for two spots in the National Football League expansion derby is turning dirty.Walt Gutowski, the Maryland Stadium Authority's liaison with the NFL, says there's some anti-Baltimore propaganda coming out of St. Louis from Walter Payton, who is with the expansion effort in that city."
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The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2013
Hobart announced Monday that its men's lacrosse team will accept an invitation to compete in the Northeast Conference as an associate member beginning next season. The Statesmen will leave the quickly crumbing Eastern College Athletic Conference lacrosse league to join Northeast Conference members Mount St. Mary's, Bryant, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart and Wagner. The move leaves Bellarmine and Air Force as the only ECAC teams without a home past next season. Lacrosse Magazine reported Friday that both the Falcons and the Knights are in talks to join the newly formed Atlantic Sun Conference, which will sponsor lacrosse for the first time in 2014.
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The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2012
Former Salisbury midfielder Sam Bradman , the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Outstanding Player of the Year, was chosen by the Minnesota Swarm with the 24th overall pick (third round) in the National Lacrosse League draft on Monday night. Bradman had 71 goals and 28 assists last season for the Division III champion Sea Gulls and finished his college career with 304 points. Bradman was also selected by the Long Island Lizards in January's Major League Lacrosse draft but chose to join the LXM Pro tour instead.
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Sports Digest | July 26, 2012
Men's college lacrosse Hoyas associate coach Kerwick out after DWI Matt Kerwick is no longer employed as associate head coach of the Georgetown men's lacrosse program after pleading guilty last month to driving while intoxicated. A university spokesman on Monday confirmed the departure of Kerwick, who starred for the Baltimore Thunder of the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League. "I have taken full responsibility for my error in judgment this past April and I have apologized to the Georgetown lacrosse family for my mistake," Kerwick said in a statement Tuesday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2010
Head coaching experience Three years (2008-2010) at Harvard. In 2009, he guided the Crimson to eight wins, the most in program history since 2002. Assistant coaching experience 12 years (1996-2007) at Navy, including the final six as assistant head coach. As the offensive coordinator, he helped the Midshipmen advance to four consecutive NCAA tournaments from 2004 to 2007. Four years (1992-95) at Ithaca; made NCAA Division III semifinals in 1992. Playing experience Began his career as a goalkeeper under legendary coach Richie Moran at Cornell but ended it in 1991 having played every position but attack.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | February 4, 2010
Bruce Hurst Winand, who worked in medical sales and was a longtime Towsontowne Recreation Council coach and board member, died of cardiac arrest Jan. 26 at his Timonium home. He was 50. Mr. Winand was born in Baltimore and raised in Ruxton. He was a 1978 graduate of St. Paul's School and earned a bachelor's degree four years later from Washington College. An accomplished lacrosse player, Mr. Winand played the sport during his high school and college years, and in the early 1980s played professional indoor lacrosse for the Washington Wave and the Baltimore Thunder.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 2, 1998
The National Lacrosse League, which is billing itself as a "stronger and bigger professional indoor league," will get a chance to prove it tomorrow night when six of its seven franchises face off in the United States and Canada.The Baltimore Thunder, one of the original four teams in the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League, will take on the Syracuse Smash, one of the NLL's two expansion teams, tomorrow night at 8 at the Baltimore Arena.The other expansion entry, the Ontario Raiders, will play host to the Rochester Knighthawks at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario, in a game that will mark the debut of professional indoor lacrosse in Canada.
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Sports Digest | August 17, 2013
Track and field Centrowitz finishes 2nd in 1,500 semi heat Matthew Centrowitz (Broadneck) finished second in a packed semifinal heat of the 1,500-meter run at the International Association of Athletics Federation World Championships on Friday in Moscow. He rallied to finish in 3 minutes, 35.95 seconds - .07 of a second behind the winning time from Kenyan Nixon Chepseba - and advanced to Sunday's final. With 300 meters remaining, Centrowitz was near last place in his heat, but he used the final two straights to move into qualifying position.
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By Milton Kent | November 30, 1995
The Thanksgiving weekend, usually the biggest weekend of football watching, meant bigger ratings numbers locally for all, including the soon-to-be relocated Browns.The program looks at the case of Nebraska running back Lawrence Phillips, who faces charges of assault from an alleged zTC attack on his former girlfriend, a women's basketball player. Included is a shocking segment in which Florida State football players essentially exonerate Phillips' conduct.The show's most powerful story is of former boxer Jerry Quarry, a heavyweight of renown who fought Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier in the early 1970s.
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