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September 29, 1991
FootballDetroit Lions -- Activated DB Terry Taylor. Placed RB Bruce Alexander (foot) on IR.Los Angeles Raiders -- Released RB-S Marcus Wilson. Activated RB Nick Bell.Miami Dolphins -- Waived DE Donnie Gardner. Activated RB Sammie Smith from IR.San Francisco 49ers -- Waived C Dean Caliguire. Activated C Chuck Thomas.HockeyMontreal Canadiens -- Sent G Jean-Claude Bergeron, G Andre Racicot, LW Benoit Brunet and D Patrice Brisebois to Fredericton (AHL).OlympicsB6 USOC -- Elected William J. Hybl interim president.
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Sports Digest | September 28, 2014
Laurel Park Dreamsgonewild upsets Ben's Cat In a blanket finish, Dreamsgonewild ran down the speed and held off Ben's Cat to win the $100,000 Laurel Dash, the last of six turf stakes Saturday at Laurel Park. The 12-race card featured five open stakes races on the turf and the Jameela Stakes for Maryland-bred and/or -sired runners. Dreamsgonewild, a speedy son of Freud who was ridden by Trevor McCarthy and trained by Bruce Alexander , covered the 6-furlong distance in 1 minute, 7.99 seconds, just a few tenths off the course record of 1:07.29.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | May 4, 1995
This has been another record-setting season for Anne Arundel Community College's softball team, ranked No. 12 in the nation heading into this weekend's Region XX tournament on the Arnold campus.The Pioneers (28-4) established marks for the most hits (348), most runs scored (234) and highest regular-season average (.425) -- the third-highest in the nation among junior colleges.But it won't mean much without a region championship. The Pioneers have reached the final the past two seasons without winning it, and coach Jim Hendricks said, "The girls really want it. They've been more focused the last couple of days than they've been all season."
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | May 4, 1995
This has been another record-setting season for Anne Arundel Community College's softball team, ranked No. 12 in the nation heading into this weekend's Region XX tournament on the Arnold campus.The Pioneers (28-4) established marks for the most hits (348), most runs scored (234) and highest regular-season average (.425) -- the third-highest in the nation among junior colleges.But it won't mean much without a region championship. The Pioneers have reached the final the past two seasons without winning it, and coach Jim Hendricks said, "The girls really want it. They've been more focused the last couple of days than they've been all season."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | April 9, 1995
When coach Bill Gorrow is asked what that strapping young man from British Columbia is doing at Anne Arundel Community College with a stick in his hands, he has a short answer and a long one.The short answer is that Bruce Alexander (6 feet 5, 240 pounds) is playing attack for Gorrow's lacrosse team, ranked No. 3 in the nation's junior college poll. The native of Victoria, British Columbia, who's among Anne Arundel's leading scorers, met Gorrow at Loyola College coach Dave Cottle's Top 205 summer camp in 1993.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | March 30, 1995
The pressure that accompanies a high preseason ranking hasn't bothered Anne Arundel Community College's men's lacrosse team.Instead, the Pioneers stayed undefeated Tuesday with an 18-14 win over visiting Essex CC.North County graduate Andy Mocarsky had four goals and five assists for Anne Arundel (4-0), which has moved up from No. 5 to No. 3 in the nation among JuCo teams.Scott Walstrum (four goals, one assist), Bruce Alexander (three, one), Craig McKenzie (three, two), Dave Livingston (one, two)
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Sports Digest | September 28, 2014
Laurel Park Dreamsgonewild upsets Ben's Cat In a blanket finish, Dreamsgonewild ran down the speed and held off Ben's Cat to win the $100,000 Laurel Dash, the last of six turf stakes Saturday at Laurel Park. The 12-race card featured five open stakes races on the turf and the Jameela Stakes for Maryland-bred and/or -sired runners. Dreamsgonewild, a speedy son of Freud who was ridden by Trevor McCarthy and trained by Bruce Alexander , covered the 6-furlong distance in 1 minute, 7.99 seconds, just a few tenths off the course record of 1:07.29.
SPORTS
December 31, 1992
Basketball Detroit Pistons -- Signed C Jeff Ruland.Phoenix Suns -- Activated C Oliver Miller. Placed C Tim Kempton (tendinitis in Achilles' tendon) on the injured list.Portland Trail Blazers -- Placed G Clyde Drexler (sore right knee) on the injured list.CollegesColgate -- Named Edward Sweeney football coach.Tennessee-Martin -- Announced that defensive coordinator Larry Shanks and passing-game coordinator Morgan Hout will not be retained.FootballNFL Properties -- Named Brian Hughes vice president for corporate sponsorships.
NEWS
April 15, 1993
Project manager gains engineering licenseRobert M. Fernandez of Ellicott City-based Riemer Muegge & Associates has been licensed as a professional engineer in Maryland specializing in civil engineering.Mr. Fernandez is currently project manager of Piney Orchard, a 1,500-acre planned community in Anne Arundel County.Goucher to search for next presidentBruce D. Alexander of Columbia, chairman of the Goucher College board of trustees and senior vice president of the Rouse Co., will lead an 11-member search committee to select the college's ninth president.
SPORTS
March 27, 1992
BASEBALL American League* BOSTON RED SOX -- Sent Bob Zupcic and Wayne Housie, outfielders, and Kevin Morton, pitcher, to Pawtucket of the International League.* KANSAS CITY ROYALS -- Waived Kevin Seitzer, third baseman, for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release. Sent Dennis Moeller, pitcher, to their minor league camp for reassignment.* SEATTLE MARINERS -- Sent Brent Boone, infielder, to their minor league camp for reassignment.* TEXAS RANGERS -- Optioned Jose Hernandez and Rob Maurer, infielders, to Oklahoma City of the American Association.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | April 9, 1995
When coach Bill Gorrow is asked what that strapping young man from British Columbia is doing at Anne Arundel Community College with a stick in his hands, he has a short answer and a long one.The short answer is that Bruce Alexander (6 feet 5, 240 pounds) is playing attack for Gorrow's lacrosse team, ranked No. 3 in the nation's junior college poll. The native of Victoria, British Columbia, who's among Anne Arundel's leading scorers, met Gorrow at Loyola College coach Dave Cottle's Top 205 summer camp in 1993.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | March 30, 1995
The pressure that accompanies a high preseason ranking hasn't bothered Anne Arundel Community College's men's lacrosse team.Instead, the Pioneers stayed undefeated Tuesday with an 18-14 win over visiting Essex CC.North County graduate Andy Mocarsky had four goals and five assists for Anne Arundel (4-0), which has moved up from No. 5 to No. 3 in the nation among JuCo teams.Scott Walstrum (four goals, one assist), Bruce Alexander (three, one), Craig McKenzie (three, two), Dave Livingston (one, two)
SPORTS
September 29, 1991
FootballDetroit Lions -- Activated DB Terry Taylor. Placed RB Bruce Alexander (foot) on IR.Los Angeles Raiders -- Released RB-S Marcus Wilson. Activated RB Nick Bell.Miami Dolphins -- Waived DE Donnie Gardner. Activated RB Sammie Smith from IR.San Francisco 49ers -- Waived C Dean Caliguire. Activated C Chuck Thomas.HockeyMontreal Canadiens -- Sent G Jean-Claude Bergeron, G Andre Racicot, LW Benoit Brunet and D Patrice Brisebois to Fredericton (AHL).OlympicsB6 USOC -- Elected William J. Hybl interim president.
BUSINESS
March 5, 1998
The Baltimore Development Corp. announced yesterday that it has expanded its board of directors by five members.The new members of the city's economic development arm, are: Bert J. Hash Jr., chief executive, the Municipal Employees Credit Union.Richard J. Himelfarb, senior executive vice president, Legg Mason Inc.Barbara Plantholt Melera, chief executive, Triad Investors Corp.James S. Riepe, vice chairman, T. Rowe Price Associates Inc.Jay M. Wilson, president, Spring Capital Investors Inc.They join these board members: Roger C. Lipitz, chairman; Bruce D. Alexander, retired senior vice president, Rouse Co.; Richard O. Berndt, managing partner, Gallagher, Evelius & Jones; S. A. "Skip" Brown, president, Belt's Corp.
NEWS
November 7, 1995
NOW THAT Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke has named the new members of the Baltimore Development Corporation board, it must push hard to find a president for that agency as soon as possible. The mayor and board chairman Roger C. Lipitz deserve commendation for quickly putting together a board that should build confidence within the city's business community. Past boards were dominated by city officials and bureaucrats; this one is not.The private-sector board members include Bruce Alexander and Anthony Hawkins of the Rouse Co,; Elinor Bacon of Bacon & Co.; lawyer Richard Berndt; banker Frank Bramble; S.A. "Skip" Brown III of Belt's Corp.
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