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March 21, 2005
On March 17, 2005, GEORGE IRVING PRESSER, beloved husband of Margaret Mary (nee Weiss), loving father of Jim Matthews and his wife Dee A., dear brother of the late John Edward "Ed" Presser, dear grandfather of Anita Di Gregory, Sean and Bryan Matthews and the late Lisa Matthews. Also survived by six great-grandchildren. A Vigil Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Rd., (beltway exit 26A) on Tuesday at 4 P.M. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, 9 A.M. Our Lady of Grace Church, Parkton.
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March 21, 2005
On March 17, 2005, GEORGE IRVING PRESSER, beloved husband of Margaret Mary (nee Weiss), loving father of Jim Matthews and his wife Dee A., dear brother of the late John Edward "Ed" Presser, dear grandfather of Anita Di Gregory, Sean and Bryan Matthews and the late Lisa Matthews. Also survived by six great-grandchildren. A Vigil Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Rd., (beltway exit 26A) on Tuesday at 4 P.M. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, 9 A.M. Our Lady of Grace Church, Parkton.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 22, 1992
It may be premature, but several area coaches say Navy's Bryan Matthews should be Coach of the Year.The Midshipmen were not impressive in the fall, losing even to Division III Nazareth. Then Navy lost its first two games this spring, 16-9 to Penn State and 10-9 to Virginia.Since then, Navy, ranked No. 7, has won eight of nine. In the past three, Navy has held Maryland and Towson to a combined five goals.Matthews points to the development of attackmen Gardner Smith (27 goals, 10 assists), Matt Pawlikowski (12, 18)
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By BILL TANTON | June 13, 1995
Over the years I must have attended a couple hundred banquets. Most were enjoyable. Some were unforgettable.Who could forget the hilarious talk at the Scholar-Athlete dinner by a young Lou Holtz when he was coach at North Carolina State?Who will ever forget the inspiring speech Joe Paterno once gave at an Evening Sun High School Athlete of the Year luncheon?Who could forget the Tops in Sports banquets with Hall of Fame baseball players from one end of the head table to the other?Who could forget the uplifting talk, just a month ago, by blind Tom Sullivan at the McCormick Unsung Hero dinner?
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 22, 1992
It may be premature, but several area coaches say Navy's Bryan Matthews should be Coach of the Year.The Midshipmen were not impressive in the fall, losing even to Division III Nazareth. Then Navy lost its first two games this spring, 16-9 to Penn State and 10-9 to Virginia.Since then, Navy, ranked No. 7, has won eight of nine. In the past three, Navy has held Maryland and Towson to a combined five goals.Matthews points to the development of attackmen Gardner Smith (27 goals, 10 assists), Matt Pawlikowski (12, 18)
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By BILL TANTON | June 13, 1995
Over the years I must have attended a couple hundred banquets. Most were enjoyable. Some were unforgettable.Who could forget the hilarious talk at the Scholar-Athlete dinner by a young Lou Holtz when he was coach at North Carolina State?Who will ever forget the inspiring speech Joe Paterno once gave at an Evening Sun High School Athlete of the Year luncheon?Who could forget the Tops in Sports banquets with Hall of Fame baseball players from one end of the head table to the other?Who could forget the uplifting talk, just a month ago, by blind Tom Sullivan at the McCormick Unsung Hero dinner?
SPORTS
March 29, 1993
No. School .. .. .. .. Record .. Pts.1. North Carolina . .. 7-0 .. .. 802. Princeton ... .. .. 2-1 .. .. 713. Johns Hopkins .. .. 4-1 .. .. 604. Syracuse . .. .. .. 2-2 .. .. 535. Brown .. . .. .. .. 3-0 .. .. 486. Loyola ... .. .. .. 2-2 .. .. 417. Virginia . .. .. .. 4-1 .. .. 348. Navy .. .. .. .. .. 4-1 .. .. 239. Army .. .. .. .. .. 5-0 .. .. 1510. Duke . .. .. .. .. 5-2 .. ... 7Others receiving votes: Towson State 4, Massachusetts 4.The Baltimore Sun's 1993 poll voters are: Navy coach Bryan Matthews, Cornell coach Richie Moran, Syracuse coach Roy Simmons, Virginia coach Dom Starsia and Baltimore Sun reporters Doug Brown, Paul McMullen, Mike Preston and Bill Tanton.
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By Doug Brown | June 20, 1994
Bryan Matthews is leaving as Navy's lacrosse coach to become athletic director at Washington College, his alma mater.Matthews replaces Geoff Miller, who resigned to take over as athletic director at Goucher.Navy athletic director Jack Lengyel said the search for Matthews' successor will center on coaches with some form of Division I experience who are certified to teach phys ed. Likely candidates are Army assistant Richie Meade, Navy assistant Matt Hogan, Johns Hopkins assistant John Haus; Jim Berkman, coach of Division III champion Salisbury State; and Ithaca College coach Jeff Long, a Navy grad.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 19, 1992
CHESTERTOWN -- Simply because Navy scored more than nine goals for the first time this season, it didn't mean the offense would hear kind words from coach Bryan Matthews.After three straight nine-goal games, the Midshipmen (2-2) erupted yesterday for a 13-4 victory over Washington College (3-1) before 600 rain-drenched fans at Kibler Field."The defense was OK and we're happy with the W, of course, but the offense needs a lot of work," said Matthews, who played goalie at Washington and later coached the team for four years before going to Navy.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2014
Charley Toomey is one of those rare people who is coaching at the university from which he graduated. He was a two-time All-America goalkeeper at Loyola before becoming the program's head coach for the 2007 season. But Toomey grew up in Annapolis, rooted for Navy and spent one year as the coach of the Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) and two years as an assistant coach for the Midshipmen. That's why he admitted on Wednesday that he may feel slightly torn as he leads the No. 1 Greyhounds (9-1 overall and 5-0 in the Patriot League)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 22, 1992
It may be premature, but several area coaches say Navy's Bryan Matthews should be Coach of the Year.The Midshipmen were not impressive in the fall, losing even to Division III Nazareth. Then Navy lost its first two games this spring, 16-9 to Penn State and 10-9 to Virginia.Since then, Navy, ranked No. 7, has won eight of nine. In the past three, Navy has held Maryland and Towson to a combined five goals.Matthews points to the development of attackmen Gardner Smith (27 goals, 10 assists), Matt Pawlikowski (12, 18)
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 22, 1992
It may be premature, but several area coaches say Navy's Bryan Matthews should be Coach of the Year.The Midshipmen were not impressive in the fall, losing even to Division III Nazareth. Then Navy lost its first two games this spring, 16-9 to Penn State and 10-9 to Virginia.Since then, Navy, ranked No. 7, has won eight of nine. In the past three, Navy has held Maryland and Towson to a combined five goals.Matthews points to the development of attackmen Gardner Smith (27 goals, 10 assists), Matt Pawlikowski (12, 18)
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