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By Sun staff | June 25, 2004
Bayhawks tonight Matchup: Bayhawks (3-2) vs. Long Island Lizards (3-2) Site: Uniondale, N.Y. Time: 7:30 Outlook: There's rarely a dull moment when the Bayhawks and Lizards face off, and tonight should be no exception. Baltimore and Long Island have played for three straight Major League Lacrosse championships, with the Lizards taking last year's title in a thrilling overtime battle, 15-14. The Bayhawks defeated the Philadelphia Barrage on Saturday, rallying in the fourth quarter for a 19-18 overtime win. Bayhawks M Gary Gait, who had four goals and three assists in the victory, was named the MLL Offensive Player of the Week for his performance.
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By Sun staff | June 25, 2004
Bayhawks tonight Matchup: Bayhawks (3-2) vs. Long Island Lizards (3-2) Site: Uniondale, N.Y. Time: 7:30 Outlook: There's rarely a dull moment when the Bayhawks and Lizards face off, and tonight should be no exception. Baltimore and Long Island have played for three straight Major League Lacrosse championships, with the Lizards taking last year's title in a thrilling overtime battle, 15-14. The Bayhawks defeated the Philadelphia Barrage on Saturday, rallying in the fourth quarter for a 19-18 overtime win. Bayhawks M Gary Gait, who had four goals and three assists in the victory, was named the MLL Offensive Player of the Week for his performance.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- It's the biggest lacrosse game of Brian Dougherty's career, and all he can do is sit and wait. And wait and wait . . ."I can't believe this is happening," said Dougherty, Maryland's starting goalie, who is questionable for today's NCAA tournament game against No. 8 Duke (8-4) because of a severe cut on his right leg. "Talk about bad luck and bad breaks.""I haven't had this kind of thing happen to me since I was 9 years old, at a wedding, and ran through an opened door that turned out to be a plate of glass.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 18, 2003
UNIONDALE, N.Y. - The Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game is strictly about bragging rights, and for the third year in a row, the National Division will do all the crowing. The Nationals, who played with eight members of the Bayhawks, rolled to a 27-12 victory over the American Division, before 5,674 at Mitchel Athletic Field. The Nationals have now captured all three All-Star Games. "There was some trash-talking out there," acknowledged Bayhawks goalie Greg Cattrano, who made four saves in the first half.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 28, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- As the final seconds ticked down, the Maryland players began to pile on goalie Brian Dougherty. First it was Dan Radebaugh. Then Paal Elfstrum and Dave LaChapelle.Only a few feet away, Johns Hopkins coach Tony Seaman was kneeling by himself, plucking a few strands of grass from the field. Seaman had talked all year about playing the last game in May, but this was not what he had expected.No. 4 Maryland pulled one of the biggest upsets in the 25-year history of the NCAA Division I lacrosse championships, defeating previously unbeaten and No. 1-ranked Johns Hopkins, 16-8, in the semifinals yesterday before a record crowd of 30,327 at Byrd Stadium.
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By Sam Atkinson and Sam Atkinson,SUN STAFF | August 18, 2001
Homewood Field on the campus of Johns Hopkins University was tranquil yesterday, like the calm before a huge storm hits. The peacefulness will end today at 4 p.m. when the Baltimore Bayhawks face off against the Rochester Rattlers with a Major League Lacrosse playoff berth on the line. Both teams are 8-4, but Rochester has a 4-3 Nationals Division record, Baltimore a 3-3 mark. New Jersey is in third with a 3-4 divisional record, and the top two teams make the playoffs in the Nationals and Americans divisions.
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April 29, 1995
UMBC (4-7) at No. 3 VIRGINIA (10-2)Site: Klockner Stadium, Charlottesville, Va.Time: 2 p.m.Outlook: UMBC has no depth, and that's why it has lost the past four games in the second half after leading at halftime, allowing 40 second-half goals. Last year, Virginia won, 20-3. UMBC M Matt Shearer (24, 9) and M Brian Belford (15, 9) should make it interesting for the first half, anyway.No. 7 LOYOLA (9-2) at No. 13 GEORGETOWN (9-3)Site: Harbin Field, WashingtonTime: 2 p.m.Outlook: This should be a defensive game.
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May 27, 1995
No. 4 MARYLAND (11-3) vs. No. 1 JOHNS HOPKINS (13-0)Site: Byrd Stadium, College ParkTime: NoonTV/Radio: ESPN2/WWLG (1360 AM)Outlook: Maryland and Johns Hopkins haven't met in the postseason since 1987, when the Blue Jays defeated the Terps by five in the semifinals and won their last national championship. The Blue Jays, who topped the Terps, 16-15, on April 15, haven't defeated Maryland twice in a season since 1982. Four of the past five meetings have had a margin of victory of four goals or less.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 2, 1995
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- As far as beauty and grace, this was not a game for the ages. But as far as grit and determination, it was one of the best college lacrosse has to offer.No. 3 Virginia scored two goals in the final five minutes and defeated No. 2 Maryland, 12-11, before 1,795 at Klockner Stadium yesterday.Virginia midfielder Greg Traynor scored on a high shot off an extra-man situation with 4:18 left to put Virginia ahead 11-10, and nearly two minutes later midfielder David Jones put away the Terps (6-1 overall, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference)
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 22, 2001
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Tight spots have become commonplace for the Bayhawks, who pulled out another Major League Lacrosse nail-biter, this one a 14-13 triumph over the Rochester Rattlers. Midfielder Josh Sims scored the game-winner with 2:26 left, disappointing the Frontier Field crowd of 5,106. Baltimore, which has a league-best 6-2 record, is 3-0 in one-point games. "We've won a lot of tight games," said Bayhawks attack Dan Denihan. "The ball can bounce either way, and it's been bouncing for us. But I think we've been showing some pretty good composure."
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By Sam Atkinson and Sam Atkinson,SUN STAFF | August 18, 2001
Homewood Field on the campus of Johns Hopkins University was tranquil yesterday, like the calm before a huge storm hits. The peacefulness will end today at 4 p.m. when the Baltimore Bayhawks face off against the Rochester Rattlers with a Major League Lacrosse playoff berth on the line. Both teams are 8-4, but Rochester has a 4-3 Nationals Division record, Baltimore a 3-3 mark. New Jersey is in third with a 3-4 divisional record, and the top two teams make the playoffs in the Nationals and Americans divisions.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 22, 2001
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Tight spots have become commonplace for the Bayhawks, who pulled out another Major League Lacrosse nail-biter, this one a 14-13 triumph over the Rochester Rattlers. Midfielder Josh Sims scored the game-winner with 2:26 left, disappointing the Frontier Field crowd of 5,106. Baltimore, which has a league-best 6-2 record, is 3-0 in one-point games. "We've won a lot of tight games," said Bayhawks attack Dan Denihan. "The ball can bounce either way, and it's been bouncing for us. But I think we've been showing some pretty good composure."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Roch Eric Kubatko and Gary Lambrecht and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 11, 1996
There is more riding on Saturday's Maryland-Hopkins game than bragging rights.For the first time since 1987, the Terps (7-1) are ranked No. 1 in the USILA coaches' poll. Hopkins is ranked No. 4. The winner of this 90th meeting between the two schools is virtually assured of a first-round bye in next month's NCAA tournament.And the Blue Jays (4-2) would love nothing more than to exact a little payback for last May 27, the day Maryland -- particularly All-American goalie Brian Dougherty -- ruined Hopkins' perfect season with a stunning, 16-8 win in the national semifinals in College Park.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 28, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- As the final seconds ticked down, the Maryland players began to pile on goalie Brian Dougherty. First it was Dan Radebaugh. Then Paal Elfstrum and Dave LaChapelle.Only a few feet away, Johns Hopkins coach Tony Seaman was kneeling by himself, plucking a few strands of grass from the field. Seaman had talked all year about playing the last game in May, but this was not what he had expected.No. 4 Maryland pulled one of the biggest upsets in the 25-year history of the NCAA Division I lacrosse championships, defeating previously unbeaten and No. 1-ranked Johns Hopkins, 16-8, in the semifinals yesterday before a record crowd of 30,327 at Byrd Stadium.
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May 27, 1995
No. 4 MARYLAND (11-3) vs. No. 1 JOHNS HOPKINS (13-0)Site: Byrd Stadium, College ParkTime: NoonTV/Radio: ESPN2/WWLG (1360 AM)Outlook: Maryland and Johns Hopkins haven't met in the postseason since 1987, when the Blue Jays defeated the Terps by five in the semifinals and won their last national championship. The Blue Jays, who topped the Terps, 16-15, on April 15, haven't defeated Maryland twice in a season since 1982. Four of the past five meetings have had a margin of victory of four goals or less.
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May 20, 1995
DIVISION I MENNo. 8 LOYOLA (11-3) at No. 1 HOPKINS (12-0)Site: Homewood FieldTime: 1 p.m.Radio: WWLG (1360 AM)Outlook: This will be the second time in three weeks Loyola has played at Johns Hopkins. The Blue Jays held off the Greyhounds, 12-11, in their regular-season finale. Hopkins has reached the Final Four two of the past three seasons. Loyola hasn't won a quarterfinal since 1990. Greyhounds G Tim McGeeney, who made a school-record 28 saves against Hopkins in the teams' last meeting, will once again be a focal point.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Roch Eric Kubatko and Gary Lambrecht and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 11, 1996
There is more riding on Saturday's Maryland-Hopkins game than bragging rights.For the first time since 1987, the Terps (7-1) are ranked No. 1 in the USILA coaches' poll. Hopkins is ranked No. 4. The winner of this 90th meeting between the two schools is virtually assured of a first-round bye in next month's NCAA tournament.And the Blue Jays (4-2) would love nothing more than to exact a little payback for last May 27, the day Maryland -- particularly All-American goalie Brian Dougherty -- ruined Hopkins' perfect season with a stunning, 16-8 win in the national semifinals in College Park.
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May 20, 1995
DIVISION I MENNo. 8 LOYOLA (11-3) at No. 1 HOPKINS (12-0)Site: Homewood FieldTime: 1 p.m.Radio: WWLG (1360 AM)Outlook: This will be the second time in three weeks Loyola has played at Johns Hopkins. The Blue Jays held off the Greyhounds, 12-11, in their regular-season finale. Hopkins has reached the Final Four two of the past three seasons. Loyola hasn't won a quarterfinal since 1990. Greyhounds G Tim McGeeney, who made a school-record 28 saves against Hopkins in the teams' last meeting, will once again be a focal point.
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April 29, 1995
UMBC (4-7) at No. 3 VIRGINIA (10-2)Site: Klockner Stadium, Charlottesville, Va.Time: 2 p.m.Outlook: UMBC has no depth, and that's why it has lost the past four games in the second half after leading at halftime, allowing 40 second-half goals. Last year, Virginia won, 20-3. UMBC M Matt Shearer (24, 9) and M Brian Belford (15, 9) should make it interesting for the first half, anyway.No. 7 LOYOLA (9-2) at No. 13 GEORGETOWN (9-3)Site: Harbin Field, WashingtonTime: 2 p.m.Outlook: This should be a defensive game.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 14, 1995
No. 1 Johns Hopkins (7-0) at No. 3 Maryland (7-1) tomorrow. It's not just a game. It's The Game."We've had some big games recently, like two years ago when we had to beat Towson State to make the playoffs, or in 1993 when we had to beat Virginia to get into the playoffs, but crowd and excitement-wise, yeah, nothing like this," said Maryland coach Dick Edell.The game will be shown on a delayed basis Monday at 8 p.m. on ESPN2 (delayed basis is as big as it gets for lacrosse), and has a lot of subplots.
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