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By Rich Scherr, Special to the Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
More than three hours before game time, Stevenson alumnus Scott Murray stood amid a growing contingent of tailgaters in a parking lot overlooking the school's new $9 million stadium. He couldn't help but smile. "We started as just a small girls school," said Murray, a 2001 graduate of the one-time commuter school known until three years ago as Villa Julie College. "Football kind of puts us on the map. " The feeling was shared by many among the sellout crowd of an announced 3,500 on Saturday night, as the Owings Mills school played its first Division III home game and came away with a 46-43 win in double overtime over nonconference foe Christopher Newport.
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From Sun staff reports | April 23, 2014
Junior midfielder Kurtis Kaunas scored three goals to guide host No. 20 Lehigh over Navy, 10-6, in the first round of the Patriot League Tournament on Tuesday night. Attackmen Reid Weber, Dan Taylor and Patrick Corbett added two goals each for the Mountain Hawks (12-4). After the Midshipmen (4-9) got out to an early 2-1 lead, Lehigh went on a 4-0 run over the span of 21/2 minutes in the second quarter to go up, 5-1. Navy trailed only 6-5 heading into the fourth quarter, but the Mountain Hawks went on another 4-0 run to secure the victory.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 12, 2000
Carlos Heard led undefeated Christopher Newport with a game-high 26 points as the Captains (7-0) defeated visiting Salisbury State, 73-56, yesterday in men's basketball. The Sea Gulls (6-4) were led by Victor Jackson with 21 points. Doug King added 14, and Josh Merkel had 12. Women Christopher Newport 77, Goucher 71: Tia Moore's 22 points led the Captains (7-1), who pulled away from the host Gophers (4-4). Kim Rogers led the Gophers with a game-high 24 points. Kate Guggino had 21 points and 12 rebounds for Goucher.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
Reeling from back-to-back Capital Athletic Conference losses to No. 2 Salisbury and No. 14 Mary Washington, St. Mary's has reason to be optimistic. The reigning CAC tournament champion Seahawks (5-7 overall and 1-2 in the league) played with their full arsenal of offensive players as sophomore attackman Conor Jordan, freshman attackman Patrick Regan, junior midfielder Nate Babcock (Severn) and sophomore midfielder Austin Toland (St. Paul's) returned from a variety of injuries. Despite losing, 11-6, to the Sea Gulls on Saturday, St. Mary's coach Chris Hasbrouck said he was hopeful about what he saw from the offense.
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By From staff reports | February 20, 2008
Sophomore Beth Rhodey had a career game in Salisbury's 19-5 win at Christopher Newport yesterday. Rhodey outscored the Captains (0-1) with six goals. She finished the day with eight points, as she assisted on two first-half goals. Salisbury (2-0) scored the game's first five goals - two on free-position shots - to take the lead less then 12 minutes into the first half. Christopher Newport did not score until the 12:24 mark. Salisbury led 12-1 at the half. Men St. Mary's 21, Hood 4 -- Freshman attackman Dennis Rosson had four goals and three assists in his first game to help the host Seahawks beat the Blazers in the season and Capital Athletic Conference openers for both teams.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 30, 1995
Junior guard Tori Moten's driving layup in traffic fell off the rim as time expired last night, as host UMBC lost to Temple, 38-36.Temple, which held a 17-10 edge at halftime, gained its largest lead at 32-22 with an 11-2 run midway through the second half.UMBC (0-2) rallied within 32-31, sparked by five points by freshman guard Kathy Doyle. But the Retrievers could not pull ahead.Junior center Shememe Williams scored 12 points and grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds to lead the Owls (1-1).* Navy 76, Long Island University 65: Adria Scheck and Becky Dowling combined for 41 points and 20 rebounds as Navy cruised over Long Island in Brooklyn.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 21, 2004
SALISBURY - Salisbury football coach Sherman Wood preached to his team all week that they could play with anyone in Division III - if they didn't turn the ball over. Unfortunately for Wood, the undefeated Sea Gulls turned the ball over seven times (four fumbles, three interceptions) yesterday in a 35-24 loss to Christopher Newport in an NCAA Division III first-round playoff game. The Captains advance to Saturday's second round, where they will play at Washington & Jefferson, a 55-48 winner over Bridgewater, Va., in double overtime.
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By From Staff Reports | September 12, 1994
Top-ranked Virginia scored three times in the second half to defeat Maryland, 4-2, yesterday in a men's soccer game at Charlottesville, Va.Nate Friends had a goal and an assist to lead the Cavaliers (3-1).Terps senior Malcolm Gillian (Oakland Mills) scored 28:23 into the game to tie the game at 1.Virginia ended a 40-minute scoreless stretch on a goal by Billy Walsh.* Loyola 5, St. Peter's 0: Five players scored to lead Loyola (4-0) past St. Peter's (0-4) in a second-round game of the Loyola Budweiser tournament.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 20, 2004
Visiting Loyola shot 20-for-25 from the free-throw line but just 13-for-54 from the field in a 67-46 loss to Virginia Commonwealth yesterday in women's basketball. Katie Scherle led Loyola (2-6) with 10 points and six rebounds. Krystle Harrington followed with seven points and four assists. Michele Cosel came off the bench and scored a career-high 16 points for Virginia Commonwealth (3-3), including 3-for-3 from three-point range. The Greyhounds outrebounded the Rams 41-37. University of Dallas 72, College of Notre Dame 45: The Gators, who shot 3-for-26 in the first half and trailed 29-11 at the break, lost to the Crusaders in the final game of the University of Dallas Classic.
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From Sun staff and From Sun staff | January 28, 2014
Jawara Kamaro sank one of two free throws with one second left on the clock Monday to give North Carolina Central (14-5, 5-1) a 53-52 victory over Morgan State (6-12, 4-2) and sole possession of first place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The Bears clawed back from down four with just over a minute left, but Shaquille Duncan made contact with Kamaro, which allowed him to make the game-winning free throw. Morgan State held a 28-17 first-half lead, but Jeremy Ingram led the way with 20 points to bring North Carolina Central back.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
Salisbury coach Jim Berkman is as candid as any coach in lacrosse. That honesty came through as he discussed the No. 2 Sea Gulls' surprising 8-7 overtime loss to Capital Athletic Conference foe Christopher Newport on Wednesday. “We didn't get it done on Wednesday,” Berkman said Friday morning. “We just weren't sharp. We weren't passing and catching well. We talked about a trap game all week, and we didn't play well. We threw numerous balls out of bounds playing catch with guys next to us on Wednesday that we hadn't done all season.
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Sports Digest | February 26, 2014
Colleges St. Mary's men win in first round of CAC tournament, 95-80 Third-seeded St. Mary's earned a 95-80 victory over sixth-seeded Marymount in the first round of the Capital Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament Tuesday night. The Seahawks (19-7, 11-5) opened the game on a 5-0 run before the Saints (15-11, 7-9) responded with an 8-2 outburst to take their first lead, 8-7. That sequence set the back-and-forth tone for the half, which ended with St. Mary's up 40-38.
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From Sun staff and From Sun staff | January 28, 2014
Jawara Kamaro sank one of two free throws with one second left on the clock Monday to give North Carolina Central (14-5, 5-1) a 53-52 victory over Morgan State (6-12, 4-2) and sole possession of first place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The Bears clawed back from down four with just over a minute left, but Shaquille Duncan made contact with Kamaro, which allowed him to make the game-winning free throw. Morgan State held a 28-17 first-half lead, but Jeremy Ingram led the way with 20 points to bring North Carolina Central back.
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From Sun staff reports | May 8, 2013
St. Mary's had a 5-2 lead over host Lynchburg after three quarters of an NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament first-round game Wednesday night. But the Hornets scored four unanswered goals in the fourth to beat the Seahawks, 6-5. Vin Curran scored two of his three goals during the rally. Curran sparked the game-winning 4-0 run with his second of the game at 12:56. Jay Goldsmith then pulled the Hornets (13-5) within 5-4 with an unassisted goal before Max Voumard knotted the game at 5 two minutes later, firing one into the lower left corner.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2013
Four Division III teams from the area will open the first round of the NCAA tournament this Wednesday. Stevenson (17-2) will play host to Christopher Newport (8-8), Washington College (12-4) welcomes Colorado College (13-4), St. Mary's (12-6) visits Lynchburg (12-5), and Salisbury (14-5) hosts Susquehanna (12-6). Here is what each coach had to say about his team's respective first-round opponent. Salisbury coach Jim Berkman on Susquehanna: “Not much, other than their coach is a former Sea Gull.
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Sports Digest | May 16, 2012
Colleges Terps ' Griffin earns WomensLax.com honor Maryland redshirt freshman midfielder Brooke Griffin (South River) was named WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week honors after netting a game-high six points in an NCAA tournament opening-round victory over Massachusetts. Baseball: Salisbury (31-7), ranked fourth in Division III, will be the second seed in the NCAA Newport News Regional and will play fifth-seeded Lynchburg today at 1 p.m. in a first-round game in Newport News, Va. The winner will face the winner of the game between third-seeded Shenandoah and No. 4 Rowan on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The loser of the Salisbury-Lynchburg contest will play the loser of the game between No. 1 Christopher Newport and No. 6 Messiah Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Track and field: Salisbury's Chelsea Tavik (Seton Keough)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 3, 1996
Geoff Honeysett had two goals and an assist to lead 20th-ranked James Madison over Mount St. Mary's, 4-0, in men's soccer yesterday in Harrisonburg, Va.Honeysett's header at the 27th minute gave the Dukes (12-3) a 2-0 lead en route to a three-goal first half. Honeysett got his second goal when he followed a shot by Dave Mason in the 53rd minute.The Mount (10-7-1) got nine saves from Eric McPhee (Fallston) and Bruce Engle.Towson State 2, Drexel 1: Junior Andre Wise scored from 12 yards out, off a pass from Andy Stroud, with 5: 03 remaining to lead the host Tigers (9-7, 5-4)
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From Sun staff reports | May 8, 2013
St. Mary's had a 5-2 lead over host Lynchburg after three quarters of an NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament first-round game Wednesday night. But the Hornets scored four unanswered goals in the fourth to beat the Seahawks, 6-5. Vin Curran scored two of his three goals during the rally. Curran sparked the game-winning 4-0 run with his second of the game at 12:56. Jay Goldsmith then pulled the Hornets (13-5) within 5-4 with an unassisted goal before Max Voumard knotted the game at 5 two minutes later, firing one into the lower left corner.
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Sports Digest | April 4, 2012
College lacrosse 5 local players added to Tewaaraton watch lists The Tewaaraton Foundation announced on Wednesday the second and final round of additions to the watch list for the Tewaaraton Award, given to the best men's and women's lacrosse players in the country. Six players have been added to the men's watch list, from which the 12th annual Tewaaraton Award winner will be selected and honored May 31 at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to the Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
More than three hours before game time, Stevenson alumnus Scott Murray stood amid a growing contingent of tailgaters in a parking lot overlooking the school's new $9 million stadium. He couldn't help but smile. "We started as just a small girls school," said Murray, a 2001 graduate of the one-time commuter school known until three years ago as Villa Julie College. "Football kind of puts us on the map. " The feeling was shared by many among the sellout crowd of an announced 3,500 on Saturday night, as the Owings Mills school played its first Division III home game and came away with a 46-43 win in double overtime over nonconference foe Christopher Newport.
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