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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- On several occasions this spring, Rob Chomo's pre-game preparations included a spiel directed at his Maryland attack mates, freshmen Andrew Whipple and Matt Hahn."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland and Syracuse traveled the same road in the semifinals of the NCAA lacrosse tournament.Tickets: Approximately 15,000 remain. Call (800) 462-8377.#DIVISION I FINALNo. 3 SYRACUSE (12-2) vs. No. 4 MARYLAND (12-3)Site: Byrd Stadium, College ParkTime: 11 a.m. todayTV: ESPNEOutlook: In order to claim its first title in 20 years, Maryland must beat the team that has been most dominant over the previous 12 tournaments. The Orangemen have the best midfielder in the game in Roy Colsey (35 goals, 16 assists)
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By Alan Widmann | April 2, 1991
At St. Mary's School, a four-year player is unusual. But a four-year starter with the versatility of Rob Chomo is what boys lacrosse coach Jim Moorhead calls "unique.""It's unique that he's started for us all four years and has been a major player all four years," Moorhead said of Chomo, the senior attackman who is headed for the University of Maryland. "But he fit right into the system as a freshman and has developed into our team leader over the years."That development, Moorhead said, has been underscored by Chomo's readiness to accept changing roles.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- On several occasions this spring, Rob Chomo's pre-game preparations included a spiel directed at his Maryland attack mates, freshmen Andrew Whipple and Matt Hahn."
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By Mike Farabaugh | May 16, 1991
Rob Chomo will be easy to spot when St. Mary's takes the lacrosse field at UMBC tomorrow.The Saints' four-year starter will be wearing a roll and a half of white tape around his thighs to prevent his tender hamstrings from ripping. It has been a frustrating -- not to mention painful -- season for the otherwise solidly built attackman."It's unfortunate that this [injury] had to happen at the beginning of the season," said Chomo. A recurrence of the injury prevented him from practicing for two weeks before he helped the Saints defeat Boys' Latin, 6-4, on Tuesday and advance to their first ever MSA A Conference championship against St. Paul's tomorrow (5 p.m.)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | March 20, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- It was a day where every Maryland player left the field smiling, and it wasn't just because of coach Dick Edell's 50th birthday.The Terps regrouped from last week's seven-goal loss to Towson State to topple Cornell, 18-8, before 1,250 in their first game at Byrd Stadium this season. Junior attackman RobChomo (St. Mary's) had a career-high seven points and senior attackman Matt Parks (Gilman) added a career-best four goals as the Terps maintained a five-goal cushion for nearly the last three quarters.
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By Alan Widmann and Alan Widmann,Special to The Sun | April 10, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- The return of injured leaders Rob Chomo and David Jones made St. Mary's whole for the first time in weeks. Coupled with a number of Gilman penalties, it was enough to boost the Saints over the Greyhounds, 10-4, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division II lacrosse game yesterday.The victory, achieved in blistering heat and clouds of dust at Weems Whalen Field, kept No. 4 St. Mary's unbeaten (6-0, 2-0) heading into Saturday's showdown with co-Division II leader Loyola.
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By Scott Pianowski and Scott Pianowski,Special to The Sun | April 30, 1995
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- For three days, Maryland lacrosse star Andrew Whipple practiced hurt. Yesterday, he put the hurt on Hobart.A thumb injury suffered earlier in the week didn't stop Whipple from scoring a career-high five goals, which helped the fifth-ranked Terrapins beat the No. 10 Statesmen, 21-12, yesterday in the opening round of the third annual Fleet Lacrosse Invitational.The Terps (9-3) will play host to Brown University in today's final at 1 p.m., and Hobart (6-5) plays Boston College in the second game.
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By From Staff Reports | March 6, 1994
DURHAM, N.C. -- Senior midfielder Neal Dupcak (St. Mary's) scored a career-high five goals, including the game-winner 1:26 into sudden-death overtime, as No. 13 Maryland upset No. 9 Duke, 13-12, in an Atlantic Coast Conference game yesterday.Dupcak also sent the game into overtime, scoring with 11 seconds remaining in the fourth period.Junior attackman Rob Chomo (St. Mary's) added four assists for the Terps (2-0, 1-0). Junior attackman Todd Harrison led Duke (2-1, 0-1) with two goals and five assists.
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March 24, 1991
Head coach: Jim Moorhead (13th season)Assistants: Mike Codd and Don Sadler1990 record: 12-4 (lost to Severn in Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference semifinals)Returnees: Seniors, Rob Chomo (att), David Jones (mid), Chris Brown (g), Brad Stevens (def), Mike Murray (def), Ryan Kelly (att), Greg Geiger (att) and Mike McLelland (att); juniors, Kip Gendell (mid) and Eamon McCormick (mid); sophomore, Kevin Reichardt (mid)Newcomers: Junior, Todd Harrison (def)Coach'soutlook: "We certainly have the people to put the ball in the cage, but the big question is, "Can we stop them (our MSA A Conference opponents)
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By Scott Pianowski and Scott Pianowski,Special to The Sun | April 30, 1995
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- For three days, Maryland lacrosse star Andrew Whipple practiced hurt. Yesterday, he put the hurt on Hobart.A thumb injury suffered earlier in the week didn't stop Whipple from scoring a career-high five goals, which helped the fifth-ranked Terrapins beat the No. 10 Statesmen, 21-12, yesterday in the opening round of the third annual Fleet Lacrosse Invitational.The Terps (9-3) will play host to Brown University in today's final at 1 p.m., and Hobart (6-5) plays Boston College in the second game.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 9, 1995
In Sunday's editions, Matt Hahn of the University of Maryland lacrosse team was identified incorrectly in a photo caption.The Sun regrets the errors.A week of worries ended in 15 minutes for the Maryland lacrosse team yesterday.That was long enough for the Terps to take 11 shots and attackman Rob Chomo to score three goals. And for fellow attackman Matt Hahn to score two. And for Terps midfielder Kip Fulks and attackman Andrew Whipple to each have two assists. And . . .You get the picture.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | March 20, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- It was a day where every Maryland player left the field smiling, and it wasn't just because of coach Dick Edell's 50th birthday.The Terps regrouped from last week's seven-goal loss to Towson State to topple Cornell, 18-8, before 1,250 in their first game at Byrd Stadium this season. Junior attackman RobChomo (St. Mary's) had a career-high seven points and senior attackman Matt Parks (Gilman) added a career-best four goals as the Terps maintained a five-goal cushion for nearly the last three quarters.
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By From Staff Reports | March 6, 1994
DURHAM, N.C. -- Senior midfielder Neal Dupcak (St. Mary's) scored a career-high five goals, including the game-winner 1:26 into sudden-death overtime, as No. 13 Maryland upset No. 9 Duke, 13-12, in an Atlantic Coast Conference game yesterday.Dupcak also sent the game into overtime, scoring with 11 seconds remaining in the fourth period.Junior attackman Rob Chomo (St. Mary's) added four assists for the Terps (2-0, 1-0). Junior attackman Todd Harrison led Duke (2-1, 0-1) with two goals and five assists.
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By Mike Farabaugh | May 16, 1991
Rob Chomo will be easy to spot when St. Mary's takes the lacrosse field at UMBC tomorrow.The Saints' four-year starter will be wearing a roll and a half of white tape around his thighs to prevent his tender hamstrings from ripping. It has been a frustrating -- not to mention painful -- season for the otherwise solidly built attackman."It's unfortunate that this [injury] had to happen at the beginning of the season," said Chomo. A recurrence of the injury prevented him from practicing for two weeks before he helped the Saints defeat Boys' Latin, 6-4, on Tuesday and advance to their first ever MSA A Conference championship against St. Paul's tomorrow (5 p.m.)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | April 17, 1991
Severn boys lacrosse coach Peter Trau figured keying on St. Mary's best players, Rob Chomo and David Jones, would unlock a victory for his Admirals in yesterday's showdown with the visiting Saints.The Admirals' defense came through on the one hand, holding Chomo (12 goals, six assists) and Jones (15 goals, six assists) to a goal and assist, respectively, in the game.On the other hand, Trau discovered that more than just two heroesplay for the Saints, but Trau's discovery came only after an 8-4 Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference loss to the Saints.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 9, 1995
In Sunday's editions, Matt Hahn of the University of Maryland lacrosse team was identified incorrectly in a photo caption.The Sun regrets the errors.A week of worries ended in 15 minutes for the Maryland lacrosse team yesterday.That was long enough for the Terps to take 11 shots and attackman Rob Chomo to score three goals. And for fellow attackman Matt Hahn to score two. And for Terps midfielder Kip Fulks and attackman Andrew Whipple to each have two assists. And . . .You get the picture.
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By Mike Farabaugh | March 28, 1991
Beyond honoring the memory of Al Laramore, a coach who helped build Anne Arundel County sports, the Capital City Lacrosse Classic tonight and Saturday at Broadneck matches four teams in The Evening Sun Top 20 rankings: Severn, St. Mary's, Annapolis and Broadneck.Severn, already off to an 8-0 start thanks to a five-game West Coast tour against admittedly weaker competition, is No. 3. The Saints (2-0) rank No. 5. Annapolis (3-0) is No. 12 and Broadneck (1-0) is No. 16.Laramore, affectionately dubbed "Big Al," died two years ago. He coached football, basketball, baseball, track and lacrosse for many years at Annapolis.
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By Alan Widmann and Alan Widmann,Special to The Sun | April 10, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- The return of injured leaders Rob Chomo and David Jones made St. Mary's whole for the first time in weeks. Coupled with a number of Gilman penalties, it was enough to boost the Saints over the Greyhounds, 10-4, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division II lacrosse game yesterday.The victory, achieved in blistering heat and clouds of dust at Weems Whalen Field, kept No. 4 St. Mary's unbeaten (6-0, 2-0) heading into Saturday's showdown with co-Division II leader Loyola.
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By Alan Widmann | April 2, 1991
At St. Mary's School, a four-year player is unusual. But a four-year starter with the versatility of Rob Chomo is what boys lacrosse coach Jim Moorhead calls "unique.""It's unique that he's started for us all four years and has been a major player all four years," Moorhead said of Chomo, the senior attackman who is headed for the University of Maryland. "But he fit right into the system as a freshman and has developed into our team leader over the years."That development, Moorhead said, has been underscored by Chomo's readiness to accept changing roles.
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