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By From Staff Reports | March 7, 1993
VILLANOVA, Pa. -- Joe Genovese, Steve Carcaterra and Stewart Crotty each scored three goals to lead No. 9 Towson State (1-0) to a 20-6 victory over Villanova (0-2) yesterday.Towson State will play host to Maryland Saturday at 1 p.m.Towson State 5 6 6 3 -- 20Villanova 1 2 1 2 -- 6
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2013
ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra participated in a Q&A Monday. The former Syracuse All-American midfielder, who can be followed on Twitter via @paulcarcaterra, also offered parting commentary on the three programs from Maryland that were in the NCAA tournament - sixth-seeded Maryland, Loyola and Towson. After Maryland's 16-8 loss to Cornell Sunday, senior long-stick midfielder Jesse Bernhardt and senior midfielder John Haus said the setback would not define a senior class that had advanced to back-to-back NCAA title games without winning the championship.
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By Kurt Streeter and Kurt Streeter,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1999
Rape charges against Brian J. Carcaterra, an All-America lacrosse goalie for Johns Hopkins, were dropped yesterday by city prosecutors."After a thorough look at the facts, we have decided there is insufficient evidence to proceed," said Francine Stokes, spokeswoman for the state's attorneys office, which brought the case.Carcaterra, 22, a senior political science major from Yorktown Heights, N.Y., was arrested Sept. 20 and charged with second-degree rape and second-degree assault for an incident involving a female student at an off-campus apartment.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2013
As the 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament continues, a couple prominent voices have proposed changing how the field of 68 is composed. Former Maryland coach Gary Williams and ESPN analyst Jay Bilas have suggested eliminating automatic qualifiers and simply selecting the top 68 teams for the tournament. That got me thinking: could the same case be made for college lacrosse? Currently, half of the 16-team field in the tournament will be filled with programs that win their respective conference tournaments and the accompanying automatic bids.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 23, 1999
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team craved redemption.But the Blue Jays' hunger didn't revolve around overtime losses that ended their previous two seasons in the NCAA quarterfinals or restoring their program to final four prominence. Yesterday, the motive was more personal and immediate.Redeeming itself after an embarrassing loss at Hofstra only two weeks ago, No. 2 Hopkins made the plays in the second half instead of fumbling them, advancing to its first final four since 1996 with an 11-7 victory over the No. 7 Flying Dutchmen at Hofstra Stadium.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 22, 1998
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- As the final buzzer sounded, Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Brian Carcaterra ripped off his helmet and waved on his teammates, yelling, "Come and get me!"The entire Blue Jays team then converged on the field, mobbing Carcaterra to celebrate one of the most impressive individual efforts of the lacrosse season.Carcaterra made nine of his career-high 21 saves in the first 8 1/2 minutes to set the tone and silence one of the nation's top shooting teams as No. 6 Hopkins pulled off a 13-10 upset of No. 2 Virginia yesterday before 2,135 at Klockner Stadium.
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By Jamison Hensley and Katherine Dunn | March 28, 1998
Do you think Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Brian Carcaterra was hot against Virginia? Just wait until today when the No. 4 Blue Jays play host to No. 11 North Carolina.As a senior at Yorktown High School in New York, Carcaterra called Tar Heels coach Dave Klarmann in October before signing early with the Blue Jays. He wanted to give his longtime dream of playing at North Carolina a final chance and thought he'd be a perfect fit for the Tar Heels, who had just graduated their starting goalkeeper.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 16, 1998
Although many anticipate tomorrow's Maryland-Johns Hopkins game to be an on-the-field cage match, the action should mainly revolve around the cage. When the Terrapins play host to the Blue Jays, two of the top goalkeepers in the nation will be showcased.In the Blue Jays' 10-6 win over the Terps on April 11, Hopkins' Brian Carcaterra and Maryland's Kevin Healy both stepped to the forefront and at times controlled play. And this is only the beginning of this goalie rivalry since both are just sophomores.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 9, 1998
Brian Carcaterra fondly reminisces about his lacrosse initiation.He flashes a grin as he recalls those carefree afternoons as a 7-year-old when he would follow his older brothers, Paul and Steve, to the back of the neighborhood general store. They'd chalk up the perimeter of a goal on the wall, hand their younger sibling an attackman's stick and fire away -- at him.Shot after shot would whiz toward him. Some blazed right by him. Others hammered off his legs.But Carcaterra didn't budge, trying to stop every blistering shot.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 7, 2000
By his own admission, Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Brian Carcaterra has not performed up to his standards during much of this, his final season. But the Carcaterra of old, the two-time All-America stopper, showed up yesterday in the Blue Jays' biggest game of the spring. And after Carcaterra recorded a season-high 25 saves to lead No. 6 Hopkins to a 16-12 victory over No. 3 Loyola before 6,142 at Curley Field, the future looked bright for the Blue Jays. Hopkins won its seventh consecutive game, handed Loyola its first loss at home since the second game of the 1998 season, and most likely earned a first-round bye in the NCAA tournament while denying the Greyhounds a week off in the postseason.
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By Edward Lee | May 24, 2012
ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra was the sideline reporter for unseeded Maryland's 11-5 stunner against No. 2 seed Johns Hopkins on Saturday. On Monday, he offered what he liked and what he didn't like in the Terps' victory in the NCAA tournament's quarterfinal round. Wednesday feature Carcaterra's assessment of No. 1 seed Loyola's 10-9 decision against unseeded Denver, but here is what he thought of Maryland's win. What Carcaterra liked: “I liked the way that they really initiated the offense from the midfield - not only from up top, but also from behind.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 20, 2000
He speaks brashly, and he carries a potent stick that amplifies gifts most goalies only dream of having. Pound for pound, few players in collegiate lacrosse have sturdier shoulders than Johns Hopkins goalie Brian Carcaterra. Few players can negate the so-called limitations of the position like the 5-foot-8, 165-pound redshirt senior. Few teams ride a keeper's unflinching confidence like the Blue Jays lean on their little big man. When fourth-seeded Hopkins faces off against Notre Dame in tomorrow's NCAA tournament quarterfinal round, Carcaterra will take the Homewood Field stage for the last time, with a Final Four wish in College Park weighing heavily on his mind.
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May 18, 1998
Johns Hopkins lacrosse goalie Brian Carcaterra was misidentified yesterday in a photo caption on Page 1A.The Sun regrets the errors.
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