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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Special to The Sun | October 28, 1990
BOWIE -- Bowie State's two-game winning streak ended yesterday, as Central State of Ohio converted four interceptions into quick touchdowns on the way to a 56-7 rout at Bowie Field.The Marauders (5-1), who entered the game with a 50-point scoring average, added to a 14-0 halftime lead with four third-quarter touchdowns in less than eight minutes. Three of the scores came after the Central State defense had picked off a pass. Those three turnovers gave the Marauders possession at the Bowie 27-, 6- and 8-yard lines.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
It took two visits before Evan Phoenix told the Central Connecticut State coaching staff that he wanted to play basketball there. In the Calvert Hall junior's mind, though, the first trip was more than enough. “When I first stepped on the campus, it just seemed like the environment I wanted to be in,” Phoenix said. “Everything just seemed right.” Phoenix committed to the Blue Devils last week. The 6-foot-9, 220-pound power forward also considered offers from American, Hartford and UMBC.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 15, 2003
Host Bowie State took an early lead but couldn't hold on as Central State (Ohio) defeated the Lady Bulldogs, 90-79, in the opening round of the Coaches vs. Cancer Tip-Off Classic last night. Bowie led by eight points - 45-37 - at the half before the Lady Marauders (1-0) hit 17 two-pointers and 17 free throws in the second half. A layup by Danaea Williams at 8:54 gave Central State a 66-64 lead. Bowie's LaToya Rawls hit a jumper at 6:15 to tie the score at 70, but the Lady Bulldogs would get no closer.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2014
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Terrance West stood at one end of the field at Johnny Unitas Stadium on Saturday, watching the first half of his former school's season opener against Central Connecticut State. The Tigers probably wish West had been on the field, and not in the stands, for their 31-27 loss to a Blue Devils team that went 4-8 in 2013. A mostly gold-clad crowd of an announced 8,058 was treated to an uneven performance by an offense and defense just seven months removed from playing in the Football Championship Subdivision national championship game.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | October 18, 1992
Ricky Diggs thought it was Central State's reputation, and not the Marauders' talent, that flicked aside Morgan State yesterday.The Bears had a one-point lead in the final minute of the first half, but they collapsed over the last 10:23 of the third quarter, when Central State scored five touchdowns that quickly added up to a 51-29 victory. A crowd of 8,023 watched the reversal at Hughes )) Stadium."It's unbelievable, just unbelievable," said Diggs, the Bears' second-year coach. "I mentioned it to the team after the game, that maybe we were surprised to be in that position at the half.
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By Nick Jezierny and Nick Jezierny,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 1, 1996
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Morgan State program hasn't had a winning season since 1969, but don't expect rookie coach Stump Mitchell to seek out moral victories for his team.The Bears dropped their season opener, 18-17, to perennial NAIA power Central State yesterday in the Capital City Classic before 12,500 at Ohio Stadium."We didn't play well," Mitchell said. "We knew we needed to play well in order to win the game. Central State is a good football team. But we were in the game and had an opportunity to win. We just didn't make it happen.
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By Paul McMullen | October 25, 1990
The Bowie State football team is 3-4 thanks to two straight victories, but the Bulldogs will have trouble extending the streak Saturday.Central State is not just another non-conference opponent for Bowie State coach Sanders Shiver. The Marauders from Xenia, Ohio, are No. 3 in the NAIA Division I rankings and headed to their ninth straight postseason bid under coach Billy Joe.In 1981, Joe's first season at Central State, the team was 4-7. He since has gone 81-18-2, including a 4-1 record this year.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2014
CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE @ TOWSON When: Saturday, 6 p.m. Site: Johnny Unitas Stadium Audio: 1300 AM, TowsonTigers.com Series: Towson leads, 6-2 What's at stake: After stunning Connecticut, 33-18, in last year's season opener, the Tigers hope to repeat that success against another school from the Constitution State. The Blue Devils went 4-8 last season and have a new coach in Pete Rossomando, who turned New Haven into a Division II powerhouse.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2012
Mount Carmel wing Rashard Todd has played basketball for just three-and-a-half years, but that relatively minimal amount of on-court experience was more than enough for the coaches at Central Connecticut State. The Blue Devils began recruiting Todd in February and never let up in their pursuit of him. On Monday, Todd rewarded their persistence with his commitment. “It feels good,” Todd said Tuesday. “It's been kind of stressful, but it's nice to be DI.” Todd joined Tom Rose 's Mount Carmel program as a sophomore.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
It took two visits before Evan Phoenix told the Central Connecticut State coaching staff that he wanted to play basketball there. In the Calvert Hall junior's mind, though, the first trip was more than enough. “When I first stepped on the campus, it just seemed like the environment I wanted to be in,” Phoenix said. “Everything just seemed right.” Phoenix committed to the Blue Devils last week. The 6-foot-9, 220-pound power forward also considered offers from American, Hartford and UMBC.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2014
For only the second time since Rob Ambrose became Towson's coach, the Tigers will open the season with a game at home, welcoming Central Connecticut State to Johnny Unitas Stadium on Saturday at 6 p.m. The only other time in that span the Tigers played host to a season opener was in 2011, when they routed Morgan State, 42-3. Although Towson is just two games above .500 at home (15-13) under Ambrose, the program is 13-5 at Johnny Unitas Stadium in the past three years, and Ambrose said the team's recent success has had a noticeable impact in the stands.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2013
When Juwan Newman rode the bench on an undefeated Lake Clifton team that featured three high-major players, he didn't complain. When the 6-foot-8, 215-pound power forward missed NCAA qualifying standards coming out of high school and prep school, he didn't stop working to improve his academics. And when the East Baltimore native moved across the country to attend junior colleges in New Mexico and Idaho, he didn't once think about retreating back home. “I knew I was never going to give up,” Newman said Sunday.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2012
Mount Carmel wing Rashard Todd has played basketball for just three-and-a-half years, but that relatively minimal amount of on-court experience was more than enough for the coaches at Central Connecticut State. The Blue Devils began recruiting Todd in February and never let up in their pursuit of him. On Monday, Todd rewarded their persistence with his commitment. “It feels good,” Todd said Tuesday. “It's been kind of stressful, but it's nice to be DI.” Todd joined Tom Rose 's Mount Carmel program as a sophomore.
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By Baltimore Sun Staff | November 21, 2010
Aaric Murray scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and La Salle held off Morgan State, 79-74, on Saturday in the second game of the Cancun Challenge. The Explorers (3-1) took a 39-22 halftime lead after shooting 59.3 percent from the field (16 of 27) compared with 27.8 percent (10 of 36) for the Bears (1-2). Morgan State opened the second half on a 22-5 run, with Aric Brooks making a layup to tie the score at 44 with 12:48 to go. The Bears extended their lead to three points and were ahead 52-49 when the Explorers used a 14-3 run to take the lead for good.
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By Sports Digest | February 19, 2010
Jeremy Goode scored a season- and game-high 26 points to lead host Mount St. Mary's past Central Connecticut State, 85-58, Thursday at Knott Arena. The Mountaineers (12-14, 9-6 Northeast Conference) stretched their winning streak to seven games. Goode hit nine of 14 shots from the field while adding five steals and three assists. Kelly Beidler added 14 points and five rebounds; Shawn Atupem chipped in 14 points and four assists in the victory. The Mount shot 53.3 percent from the field and a season-best 64.3 percent (9-for-14)
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | December 30, 2005
COLLEGE PARK -- Despite being on holiday break, the Maryland women's basketball team played like last night was a school night. The No. 6 Terps scored 23 of the game's first 25 points and put away visiting Central Connecticut State early to post a 94-57 drubbing before 3,085 in the nightcap of the Terrapin Classic at Comcast Center. Junior guard Shay Doron led all scorers with 26 points and also had five assists. For the second time this season, sophomore center Crystal Langhorne was perfect from the field, making all nine of her field-goals to add 22 points and a team-high 10 rebounds.
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By Sports Digest | February 19, 2010
Jeremy Goode scored a season- and game-high 26 points to lead host Mount St. Mary's past Central Connecticut State, 85-58, Thursday at Knott Arena. The Mountaineers (12-14, 9-6 Northeast Conference) stretched their winning streak to seven games. Goode hit nine of 14 shots from the field while adding five steals and three assists. Kelly Beidler added 14 points and five rebounds; Shawn Atupem chipped in 14 points and four assists in the victory. The Mount shot 53.3 percent from the field and a season-best 64.3 percent (9-for-14)
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