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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
When the Colonial Athletic Association unveiled its preseason poll in January, Penn State and Towson were atop the poll, while Delaware was bringing up the rear. That snub has resonated with the Blue Hens. “I think any team that is picked to be less successful than what they think they can be is going to play with a little chip on their shoulder,” coach Bob Shillinglaw said Wednesday. “Coming back, everybody's trying to work through the season. You're seeing some games where there are some surprises here and there, but I think this team is playing well together.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2014
At some point, UMBC coach Don Zimmerman will consider retiring and riding into the sunset. But even he isn't sure when that will happen. “I enjoy coming to work every day, and I think this job is certainly challenging,” the 61-year-old Zimmerman said Monday morning, days after the university announced agreeing to a two-year contract extension with Zimmerman that will keep him with the Retrievers through the 2016 season. “I'm excited for the challenges, and I'm going to keep going as long as UMBC wants me. I feel as though I've still got plenty of gas in the tank.
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Sports Digest | August 9, 2014
Baseball Mussina to enter Little League Hall Former Orioles pitcher Mike Mussina will be enshrined in the Little League Museum's Hall of Excellence on Aug. 24 at the 68th Little League World Series in Williamsport Pa. The ceremony will be held before the world championship game, scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Mussina will be the 48th person enshrined. Mussina, from nearby Montoursville, Pa., was elected in 2001 to the Little League International board of directors. He's in his sixth year as a Little League coach and his 17th as an MLL volunteer board member.
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Sports Digest | August 9, 2014
Baseball Mussina to enter Little League Hall Former Orioles pitcher Mike Mussina will be enshrined in the Little League Museum's Hall of Excellence on Aug. 24 at the 68th Little League World Series in Williamsport Pa. The ceremony will be held before the world championship game, scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Mussina will be the 48th person enshrined. Mussina, from nearby Montoursville, Pa., was elected in 2001 to the Little League International board of directors. He's in his sixth year as a Little League coach and his 17th as an MLL volunteer board member.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2014
At some point, UMBC coach Don Zimmerman will consider retiring and riding into the sunset. But even he isn't sure when that will happen. “I enjoy coming to work every day, and I think this job is certainly challenging,” the 61-year-old Zimmerman said Monday morning, days after the university announced agreeing to a two-year contract extension with Zimmerman that will keep him with the Retrievers through the 2016 season. “I'm excited for the challenges, and I'm going to keep going as long as UMBC wants me. I feel as though I've still got plenty of gas in the tank.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
The No. 1 topic in men's college lacrosse this offseason is whether the NCAA will trade its "timer on" rule for a true shot clock. Three men with local ties -- North Carolina coach  Joe Breschi (Loyola High), Delaware coach Bob Shillinglaw (Severna Park) and Mount St. Mary's associate athletic director Mike Hardisky  (Towson State) -- will be part of the nine-member NCAA rules committee that will decide whether to make that change, along with several other possible tweaks.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
There was a time when Thomas DeNapoli was reluctant to shoot the ball. As a freshman on the Towson men's lacrosse team, DeNapoli took just 11 shots, scoring four times. The following year, he attempted 42 shots and scored 15 goals. "My first couple years here at Towson, I definitely wasn't as aggressive as I've been the last two years," recalled DeNapoli, now a senior. "Coming in as a younger guy, you don't want to step on any of the seniors' or juniors' toes. It kind of felt that way in my first couple of years.
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Mike Preston | May 13, 2011
Three years ago, attackman Eric Smith chose Ohio State over the University of Delaware because he wanted a university much bigger than the high school he attended, Boys' Latin. Delaware head lacrosse coach Bob Shillinglaw thought there might have been another reason. Smith's older brother, Alex, played for the Blue Hens and became one of the top face-off specialists in the history of the college game from 2004-2008. Maybe the younger Smith wanted to escape his brother's shadow.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
Delaware's Bob Shillinglaw recently became the first coach in men's college lacrosse to coach 600 career games. The Severna Park native and graduate may not have envisioned such longevity, but he always knew he would be a coach. “I was very, very fortunate,” he said on Wednesday morning. “Very early through high school and college, I made the decision that I wanted to be a coach. Going through my collegiate career, I decided that I really wanted to get into it, the college aspect of it. Right out of North Carolina, I was able to get in as a one-year assistant [at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy]
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | April 18, 2006
Duke sophomore attackman Zack Greer, who led the nation in scoring with 57 goals a year ago, has contacted the University of Delaware and Penn State to express an interest in possibly transferring to either school. Delaware coach Bob Shillinglaw and Penn State coach Glenn Thiel confirmed that Greer has inquired about attending their schools. In light of an investigation into sexual assault allegations against team members stemming from an off-campus party March 13 at a house rented by three of the team's captains, the Duke athletic department has given current players and incoming recruits the option of being released from their commitments.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
The No. 1 topic in men's college lacrosse this offseason is whether the NCAA will trade its "timer on" rule for a true shot clock. Three men with local ties -- North Carolina coach  Joe Breschi (Loyola High), Delaware coach Bob Shillinglaw (Severna Park) and Mount St. Mary's associate athletic director Mike Hardisky  (Towson State) -- will be part of the nine-member NCAA rules committee that will decide whether to make that change, along with several other possible tweaks.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
When the Colonial Athletic Association unveiled its preseason poll in January, Penn State and Towson were atop the poll, while Delaware was bringing up the rear. That snub has resonated with the Blue Hens. “I think any team that is picked to be less successful than what they think they can be is going to play with a little chip on their shoulder,” coach Bob Shillinglaw said Wednesday. “Coming back, everybody's trying to work through the season. You're seeing some games where there are some surprises here and there, but I think this team is playing well together.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
There was a time when Thomas DeNapoli was reluctant to shoot the ball. As a freshman on the Towson men's lacrosse team, DeNapoli took just 11 shots, scoring four times. The following year, he attempted 42 shots and scored 15 goals. "My first couple years here at Towson, I definitely wasn't as aggressive as I've been the last two years," recalled DeNapoli, now a senior. "Coming in as a younger guy, you don't want to step on any of the seniors' or juniors' toes. It kind of felt that way in my first couple of years.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
Delaware's Bob Shillinglaw recently became the first coach in men's college lacrosse to coach 600 career games. The Severna Park native and graduate may not have envisioned such longevity, but he always knew he would be a coach. “I was very, very fortunate,” he said on Wednesday morning. “Very early through high school and college, I made the decision that I wanted to be a coach. Going through my collegiate career, I decided that I really wanted to get into it, the college aspect of it. Right out of North Carolina, I was able to get in as a one-year assistant [at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy]
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Mike Preston | May 13, 2011
Three years ago, attackman Eric Smith chose Ohio State over the University of Delaware because he wanted a university much bigger than the high school he attended, Boys' Latin. Delaware head lacrosse coach Bob Shillinglaw thought there might have been another reason. Smith's older brother, Alex, played for the Blue Hens and became one of the top face-off specialists in the history of the college game from 2004-2008. Maybe the younger Smith wanted to escape his brother's shadow.
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May 16, 1999
NCAA Div. I first roundNo. 5 Georgetown (11-2) vs. Notre Dame (8-5)Time: NoonSite: Minnegan StadiumOutlook: The Hoyas won, 12-8, at Notre Dame on April 10, their third straight over the Fighting Irish, who also stayed with several other heavyweights, losing by two at Loyola and in overtime at Hofstra. This is Georgetown coach Dave Urick's third straight trip to the tournament, and he has gotten great mileage from Greg McCavera, who holds school records for career goals (136), assists (89)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | April 20, 1997
Delaware lost more than a lacrosse game at Loyola yesterday. The Blue Hens lost money, too.Upon returning to the visitors' locker room after the 16-5 drubbing before 1,100 at Curley Field, six Delaware players reported that an undetermined amount of cash had been stolen from their wallets."
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