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Sun Staff | January 12, 2012
Chivas USA selected Maryland forward Casey Townsend with the fifth overall pick in Thursday's MLS SuperDraft. Townsend is the fourth Maryland player in three seasons to be a top-10 selection in the draft. Townsend started all four seasons at Maryland and ended his career tied for third in Maryland scoring (43 goals) all-time. His team-leading 17 goals in 2011 was tied for the sixth most in a single season. Chivas USA ended last season 8-14-12 (36 points) and eighth in the Western Conference.
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By Steven Goff and The Washington Post | January 26, 2013
D.C. United acquired former Maryland star Casey Townsend from Chivas USA on Friday for a second-round pick in the 2014 Major League Soccer draft. Tied for third on Maryland's career goal-scoring list, Townsend was the fifth overall selection last year and had a goal and two assists in 17 regular-season appearances. "We were quite surprised that Casey was available for a trade and we pounced on it," United general manager Dave Kasper said in a written statement. "He is an exciting striker who brings a ton of energy to the attack, and we think he will be a great fit with our side.
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Sports Digest | January 14, 2012
College field hockey Meharg Coach of the Year a ninth time Missy Meharg of national-champion Maryland,was named Division I Coach of the Year for an unprecedented ninth time by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. Meharg, in her 24th season at the helm of the Terps , led them to a 19-4 record in 2011 and their eighth national championship. Maryland entered the NCAA tournament unseeded and beat the first-, second- and third-seeded teams for their second straight title.
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By Victoria Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2012
Sixteen years ago, he cruised the streets near John Carroll and what was then Loyola College in a Nissan Sentra, a fresh and eager youth who was ready to play, ready to compete. Back then he was known as "The Hornet," not because of his hulking, quarterback-worthy 6-foot-2 stature, but because his prized Sentra was brown - a reference to the Brown Hornet superhero from the Fat Albert cartoons. After being named Major League Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year twice, an MLS All-Star six times and MLS Comeback Player of the Year, Zach Thornton has returned home to Loyola University as a men's volunteer assistant coach.
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From Sun staff reports | December 2, 2011
The Blast's Sagu was named Major Indoor Soccer League Goalkeeper of the Month. The 2010-11 MISL Goalkeeper of the Year has a .766 save percentage, more than .040 ahead of his nearest rival, this season. Major League Soccer: Chivas USA declined its 2012 contract option on goalkeeper Zach Thornton (Loyola, John Carroll).
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By Steven Goff and The Washington Post | January 26, 2013
D.C. United acquired former Maryland star Casey Townsend from Chivas USA on Friday for a second-round pick in the 2014 Major League Soccer draft. Tied for third on Maryland's career goal-scoring list, Townsend was the fifth overall selection last year and had a goal and two assists in 17 regular-season appearances. "We were quite surprised that Casey was available for a trade and we pounced on it," United general manager Dave Kasper said in a written statement. "He is an exciting striker who brings a ton of energy to the attack, and we think he will be a great fit with our side.
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By Sports Digest | August 27, 2010
D.C. United Boskovic to play for Montenegro national team D.C. United announced Thursday that midfielder Branko Boskovic has been called to the Montenegro national team for two Euro 2012 qualifying matches. Boskovic will represent his country Sept. 3 against Wales and Sept. 7 at Bulgaria. His side will compete in the qualifying as part of group G, along with Bulgaria, England, Switzerland and Wales. Boskovic will be available for United's match at Chivas USA on Sunday and will return to United prior to the Sept.
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May 31, 2005
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Activated SS Bobby Crosby from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Keith Ginter to Triple-A Sacramento. CUBS: Former Orioles minor league P David Crouthers retired. DEVIL RAYS: Recalled P Chad Orvella from Double-A Montgomery. Optioned P Jon Switzer to Triple-A Durham. MARINERS: Optioned C Miguel Olivo to Triple-A Tacoma. Called up C Rene Rivera from Double-A San Antonio. NATIONALS: Activated P John Patterson and 1B-OF Wil Cordero from 15-day DL. Optioned OF Tyrell Goodwin and IF Brendan Harris to Triple-A New Orleans.
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By Sports Digest | May 30, 2010
D-III College World Series 7-run inning helps Hopkins stay alive, Babb win 900th Top-ranked Johns Hopkins used a seven-run eighth inning to earn a 7-4 victory over No. 7 Shenandoah (38-10) in an elimination game at the NCAA Division III College World Series on Saturday in Grand Chute, Wis. Jesse Sikorski drove in three runs with a double during the inning and Sam Eagleson pitched a complete game, helping coach Bob Babb earn his 900th career win. Eagleson (12-0)
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Sports Digest | September 22, 2011
Sailing Annapolis, San Fran. clubs to duel for Corinthian Cup The Annapolis Yacht Club and the San Francisco Yacht Club will take to the Chesapeake Bay in borrowed J/22s in a friendly competition Saturday and Sunday to hoist the Corinthian Cup Trophy. The San Francisco Yacht Club won last year's inaugural event on the blustery waters of San Francisco Bay, where wind speeds reached 20-25 knots. The Annapolis team is John Loe (skipper), Shane Zwingelberg (tactician)
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Sports Digest | January 14, 2012
College field hockey Meharg Coach of the Year a ninth time Missy Meharg of national-champion Maryland,was named Division I Coach of the Year for an unprecedented ninth time by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. Meharg, in her 24th season at the helm of the Terps , led them to a 19-4 record in 2011 and their eighth national championship. Maryland entered the NCAA tournament unseeded and beat the first-, second- and third-seeded teams for their second straight title.
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Sun Staff | January 12, 2012
Chivas USA selected Maryland forward Casey Townsend with the fifth overall pick in Thursday's MLS SuperDraft. Townsend is the fourth Maryland player in three seasons to be a top-10 selection in the draft. Townsend started all four seasons at Maryland and ended his career tied for third in Maryland scoring (43 goals) all-time. His team-leading 17 goals in 2011 was tied for the sixth most in a single season. Chivas USA ended last season 8-14-12 (36 points) and eighth in the Western Conference.
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From Sun staff reports | December 2, 2011
The Blast's Sagu was named Major Indoor Soccer League Goalkeeper of the Month. The 2010-11 MISL Goalkeeper of the Year has a .766 save percentage, more than .040 ahead of his nearest rival, this season. Major League Soccer: Chivas USA declined its 2012 contract option on goalkeeper Zach Thornton (Loyola, John Carroll).
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Sports Digest | September 22, 2011
Sailing Annapolis, San Fran. clubs to duel for Corinthian Cup The Annapolis Yacht Club and the San Francisco Yacht Club will take to the Chesapeake Bay in borrowed J/22s in a friendly competition Saturday and Sunday to hoist the Corinthian Cup Trophy. The San Francisco Yacht Club won last year's inaugural event on the blustery waters of San Francisco Bay, where wind speeds reached 20-25 knots. The Annapolis team is John Loe (skipper), Shane Zwingelberg (tactician)
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By Grahame L. Jones, Tribune Newspapers | March 2, 2011
Considering everything he has been through, Charlie Davies looks, acts and sounds in remarkably good shape. The scars are evident, both physical and mental, but the resilience he has shown — not to mention courage when he so easily could have given up — are testimony to the player and the man. Sixteen months have passed since Davies, 24, was involved in a horrific car accident that left the vehicle torn asunder, one female passenger...
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By Sports Digest | August 27, 2010
D.C. United Boskovic to play for Montenegro national team D.C. United announced Thursday that midfielder Branko Boskovic has been called to the Montenegro national team for two Euro 2012 qualifying matches. Boskovic will represent his country Sept. 3 against Wales and Sept. 7 at Bulgaria. His side will compete in the qualifying as part of group G, along with Bulgaria, England, Switzerland and Wales. Boskovic will be available for United's match at Chivas USA on Sunday and will return to United prior to the Sept.
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By Grahame L. Jones, Tribune Newspapers | March 2, 2011
Considering everything he has been through, Charlie Davies looks, acts and sounds in remarkably good shape. The scars are evident, both physical and mental, but the resilience he has shown — not to mention courage when he so easily could have given up — are testimony to the player and the man. Sixteen months have passed since Davies, 24, was involved in a horrific car accident that left the vehicle torn asunder, one female passenger...
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By Victoria Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2012
Sixteen years ago, he cruised the streets near John Carroll and what was then Loyola College in a Nissan Sentra, a fresh and eager youth who was ready to play, ready to compete. Back then he was known as "The Hornet," not because of his hulking, quarterback-worthy 6-foot-2 stature, but because his prized Sentra was brown - a reference to the Brown Hornet superhero from the Fat Albert cartoons. After being named Major League Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year twice, an MLS All-Star six times and MLS Comeback Player of the Year, Zach Thornton has returned home to Loyola University as a men's volunteer assistant coach.
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By Sports Digest | May 30, 2010
D-III College World Series 7-run inning helps Hopkins stay alive, Babb win 900th Top-ranked Johns Hopkins used a seven-run eighth inning to earn a 7-4 victory over No. 7 Shenandoah (38-10) in an elimination game at the NCAA Division III College World Series on Saturday in Grand Chute, Wis. Jesse Sikorski drove in three runs with a double during the inning and Sam Eagleson pitched a complete game, helping coach Bob Babb earn his 900th career win. Eagleson (12-0)
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May 31, 2005
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Activated SS Bobby Crosby from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Keith Ginter to Triple-A Sacramento. CUBS: Former Orioles minor league P David Crouthers retired. DEVIL RAYS: Recalled P Chad Orvella from Double-A Montgomery. Optioned P Jon Switzer to Triple-A Durham. MARINERS: Optioned C Miguel Olivo to Triple-A Tacoma. Called up C Rene Rivera from Double-A San Antonio. NATIONALS: Activated P John Patterson and 1B-OF Wil Cordero from 15-day DL. Optioned OF Tyrell Goodwin and IF Brendan Harris to Triple-A New Orleans.
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