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By Los Angeles Times | October 4, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- Southern Cal basketball coach George Raveling has been moved to intensive care because of internal chest bleeding, a USC University Hospital spokeswoman said yesterday.The move was said to be precautionary.Raveling, 57, suffered nine broken ribs, a broken pelvis, a broken collarbone and a slightly collapsed lung when his vehicle was demolished Sept. 25 in a traffic accident in Los Angeles.Raveling was listed in serious but stable condition.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2013
Maryland's midfield was applauded as one of the deepest in Division I last year, and that unit could be just as versatile thanks to the return of Jake Bernhardt. Bernhardt, a fifth-year senior, broke his left collarbone in a scrimmage at Loyola on Feb. 4 and underwent surgery. He tried to make a comeback, practicing on a limited basis in April. But after consulting with his parents and coach John Tillman, he elected to redshirt last season. Bernhardt is back, and Tillman said the midfielder has looked good in the fall and preseason.
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October 21, 1996
BaseballBrewers: Named Cecil Cooper director of player development.Football49ers: Activated WR Mark Harris from IR. Placed WR Nate Singleton (broken collarbone) on IR.HockeyFlyers: Returned RW Paul Healy to AHL Philadelphia.Blues: Recalled D Libor Zabransky from AHL Worcester.Sharks: Assigned C Ray Whitney to AHL Kentucky.Capitals: Returned G Robb Stauber to AHL Portland. Assigned G Mark Selinger to ECHL Hampton Roads.Pub Date: 10/21/96
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By Edward Lee | May 10, 2012
Six games have passed since Chris Boland returned from a broken collarbone suffered in Johns Hopkins' season-opening victory over Towson on Feb. 17. During that span, the fifth-year senior attackman has recorded nine goals and nine assists, including two assists in the team's 10-9 overtime upset of Loyola on April 28 and three goals and two assists in a 13-6 thumping of Army last Saturday. Boland acknowledged last week that it took some time for him to gain confidence in dodging and landing on the collarbone, which was how the original injury occurred.
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By KEVIN ECK | September 2, 2008
Shawn Michaels, who suffered a torn triceps during an angle with Chris Jericho on Sunday night at the Raw taping, joins John Cena (herniated disc) and Randy Orton (broken collarbone) on the list of Raw stars on the injured list. It would be a devastating blow for WWE if Michaels were to miss Sunday's show and be out for an extended period of time. Not only because it is another significant hit to the Raw roster, but also because the Michaels-Jericho program has had such an excellent buildup.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | January 30, 1993
The Orioles added some minor-league pitching depth yesterday, trading Rochester Red Wings catcher Doug Robbins to the Oakland Athletics for Single-A relief pitcher Lee Cusey.Cusey, a 22-year-old right-hander, was 1-3 with a 2.68 ERA and 12 saves for Single-A Madison of the Midwest League. Robbins had a solid year at Rochester, batting .309 with six home runs and 46 RBI in 93 games.The club felt it could spare Robbins, who was well down on the catching depth chart despite the injuries to major-leaguers Chris Hoiles (broken wrist)
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August 8, 1997
Auto racingInternational Speedway Corp.: Picked Kansas City, Kan., over Kansas City, Mo., for a NASCAR track costing up to $200 million and seating 150,000.BaseballAthletics: Placed IF Scott Brosius (torn cartilage in right knee) on 15-day DL. Recalled IF Mark Bellhorn from Triple-A Edmonton. Claimed P John Johnstone off waivers from Giants. Transferred OF Damon Mashore from 15-day to 60-day DL. Optioned P Gary Haught to Edmonton.Mariners: Optioned P Felipe Lira to Single-A Everett.Mets: Optioned IF Jason Hardtke to Triple-A Norfolk.
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June 15, 1991
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra thinks he' being followed.He expounded on this theory yesterday, after a workout at Veterans Stadium. But was he speaking figuratively? You decide.The post-car-crash publicity "has been a lot worse than I thought. I can't even go out my door without some woman from [Mothers] Against Drunk Driving saying something. I just don't know what she wants me to do, what people want me to do. I said I made a mistake, I said it everywhere. I told them I was gonna do something for the community, for all the kids out there."
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | August 9, 1996
Former Dunbar standout and current NBA player David Wingate and his nephew must pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages to an Ellicott City woman who was struck by a car owned by Wingate, a Howard County Circuit Court jury decided yesterday.After deliberating about two hours, the jury awarded Laura Holt $893,098 for injuries she sustained in an Oct. 22, 1990, accident. That morning, Holt was riding her bicycle with her 5-year-old daughter on a Columbia road when Wingate's nephew Gregory Green -- driving Wingate's Jaguar -- hit her.A Circuit Court judge indicated that the jury award would be reduced to $719,991 because part of it exceeded the statutory limit for non-economic damages.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 10, 1996
The Loyola Greyhounds had history working in their favor yesterday against visiting North Carolina, but little else.The Tar Heels countered with too much of junior Merrill Turnbull on attack and too many precise passes and shots, and North Carolina overcame an excellent effort by Greyhounds goalie Jim Brown to earn a 12-9 victory before 1,096 chilled spectators at Curley Field.The fifth-ranked Tar Heels (4-0), after feasting on overmatched opponents Radford, Navy and Penn State, reversed some recent misfortune against their first top 10 counterpart.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2012
Each week, The Baltimore Sun publishes a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Johns Hopkins senior attackman Chris Boland, who recorded two goals and two assists Sunday night in his first game since breaking his collarbone in the team's season opener Feb. 17 against Towson. How did it feel to play in just your second contest of the season in the Blue Jays' 13-9 loss to North Carolina? It felt good to get out there and get into the swing of things and run around.
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By KEVIN ECK | September 2, 2008
Shawn Michaels, who suffered a torn triceps during an angle with Chris Jericho on Sunday night at the Raw taping, joins John Cena (herniated disc) and Randy Orton (broken collarbone) on the list of Raw stars on the injured list. It would be a devastating blow for WWE if Michaels were to miss Sunday's show and be out for an extended period of time. Not only because it is another significant hit to the Raw roster, but also because the Michaels-Jericho program has had such an excellent buildup.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | April 12, 2008
The remarkable thing about the goalie controversy on the Maryland men's lacrosse team is that there's hardly a controversy. Contrary to popular belief, junior Jason Carter and sophomore Brian Phipps are comfortable about the Terps' plan of playing each keeper for a half. The two share notes on opposing players before and during games and openly root for each other. "Everyone wants to play," Phipps said. "At the same time, it's fun to cheer on your teammates. When halftime comes, you're like, `OK, my job's done.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | April 22, 2006
Have you heard the one about the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team being ripe for a beating today at the hands of Navy, which has not tasted victory over the Blue Jays since 1974? Navy coach Richie Meade and Midshipmen senior midfielder Taylor Harris have sampled the theory, and they're not buying it. On the surface, today should be, must be the day the Mids end this blasted drought. Navy's 31-game losing streak to Hopkins represents the longest string of futility in the sport. No. 3 Navy, which has become a national power since 2004, has a 9-2 record, which includes a recent, 7-6 victory at Maryland, and is trying to improve its seeding position in next month's NCAA tournament.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2004
Ravens center Mike Flynn fractured his right collarbone yesterday morning and is out for six to eight weeks. Casey Rabach will replace Flynn in the starting lineup. Flynn, in his seventh season, has missed only one start since becoming a full-time starter in 2000. Ravens officials are hoping Flynn will return for the sixth game of the season against the Buffalo Bills on Oct. 24, a week after the team's bye. The injury is the same as the one that ended Travis Taylor's season midway through his rookie year in 2000.
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By Bonnie DeSimone and Bonnie DeSimone,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 8, 2003
SEDAN, France - Sticks and stones may break his bones, but Tyler Hamilton has a different definition of what it means to be hurt. After fracturing his collarbone in two places in a massive crash Sunday in Stage 1 of the Tour de France, Hamilton defied his own and most other observers' predictions by opting to start Stage 2 yesterday. He completed the stage with the main pack and thus officially, and remarkably, remains in eighth place overall, 10 seconds behind Australia's Bradley McGee.
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | February 14, 1993
When Scott Thompson lost to Wilde Lake's Nate Casella in a dual match Dec. 22, St. Mary's wrestling coach Brad Best said it would be a while before the senior would lose again.With that 18-5 decision, Thompson's record was 12-3."I didn't think he would lose for a long time because he came off the mat and was upset," Best said of the two-year Saint co-captain. "That's natural. But he went over to [assistant coach] Brian [Solo] and myself and said, 'What did I do wrong? What do I have to do to get better?
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1998
The driver of a cab that careened down a city sidewalk yesterday told police that the gas pedal had stuck to the floor, sending his out-of-control sedan crashing into five teen-agers, three street signs, a building and a tree.Eight people were treated at area hospitals, including five high school students and a passenger in the cab. Police said none of the injuries was life-threatening. One teen-ager suffered two broken legs, a broken collarbone and a broken finger.Left on the sidewalk along Harford Road in Northeast Baltimore were splintered steps, toppled signs and scattered tree limbs -- reminders of a routine cab ride and a morning jaunt to school that turned into pandemonium.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 9, 2001
For Patrick Johnson, the news regarding his injury layoff was tempered in part by Brian Billick's decision yesterday that he will not put the wide receiver on injured reserve anytime in the near future. Johnson fractured his left collarbone in the fourth quarter of the Ravens' 26-7 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday and will be out six to eight weeks. "I'm glad he's not going to put me on IR," Johnson said. "I've had this injury before, it's something that is going to take time.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1999
Shaun King was a freshman quarterback at Tulane when the starter went down with a broken collarbone.He finished that game and started every game the rest of his career, 39 straight, before being drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the second round last April.King was again thrust into the lineup last Sunday when starter Trent Dilfer went out with a broken collarbone."It was the same injury," King said. "How ironic is that?"King finished the Bucs' 16-3 victory over the Seattle Seahawks, coming in with a 6-3 lead and guiding the team's final 10 points.
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