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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2014
After graduating from Arundel last spring, Markus Oliphant 's best basketball option was taking a post-grad year at Mount Zion Prep in Baltimore City. This spring, the former Wildcats star had a much tougher decision to make. “I got about eight offers just off practice, no games or anything,” said Oliphant, who claimed offers from Cleveland State, Missouri State, Morgan State, Siena and South Carolina State, among others. After a weekend visit to Cleveland State, Oliphant decided on the Vikings.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2014
After graduating from Arundel last spring, Markus Oliphant 's best basketball option was taking a post-grad year at Mount Zion Prep in Baltimore City. This spring, the former Wildcats star had a much tougher decision to make. “I got about eight offers just off practice, no games or anything,” said Oliphant, who claimed offers from Cleveland State, Missouri State, Morgan State, Siena and South Carolina State, among others. After a weekend visit to Cleveland State, Oliphant decided on the Vikings.
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By Sports on TV | November 24, 2009
TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS M. bask. Maui consol.: Chaminade vs. Vandy ESPN2 1:30 Maui consol.: Colorado vs. TBA ESPN2 4 Cleveland State vs. Kentucky CBSCS 4:30 Virginia vs. Stanford CBSCS 7 Drexel@Pennsylvania CN8 7 Maui semi: Maryland vs. Cincinnati ESPN 7 Coppin State@UMBC MASN 7:30 O'Reilly CBE Classic, 3rd place ESPNU 7:45 Maui semifinal: Gonzaga vs. TBA ESPN 9:30 Wofford@Illinois ESPNU 9:45 O'Reilly CBE Classic final ESPN2 10 NBA Philadelphia@Washington CSN 7 C. foot.
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Sports Digest | February 10, 2013
Laurel Park Dynamic Strike rallies in Miracle Wood Dynamic Strike came from behind to win the $80,000 Miracle Wood Stakes on Saturday at Laurel Park. Ridden by Forrest Boyce and trained by Richard Small , the lightly raced son of Smart Strike stalked the pace before closing five-wide down the stretch, just inside of Where's Dominic, and battled that horse to the 1/16th pole before edging away to win by a length. Lunar Rock rallied up the rail to take third. Post-time favorite Vegas No Show saved ground early but could finish no better than fifth.
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By Paul McMullen | February 12, 1991
* SETTLING DOWN AT PENN STATE -- Last season was an up one for Penn State, which finished third in the NIT. It was a downer for Monroe Brown, a 6-foot-3 guard from Aberdeen who suffered a broken nose and a broken finger, and shot 35.6 percent for the campaign.Now a junior, Brown's offensive output has evened out again, as he's averaging 10.9 points on 46.2 percent shooting. He also gets 4.2 assists and 3.8 rebounds a game, but Brown's greatest worth comes at the other end of the floor, where he's regarded as one of the top defenders in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
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December 22, 2009
Records through Sunday; last week's ranking in parentheses 1. Kansas (10-0). Sherron Collins faces Cal guard and former AAU teammate Jerome Randle on Tuesday. (1) 2. Texas (10-0). The Longhorns are making a case to be co-No. 1s. A Feb. 8 game vs. Kansas can't come soon enough. (2) 3. Kentucky (11-0). John Calipari faced former assistant Bruiser Flint when the Wildcats hosted Drexel on Monday. (3) 4. Syracuse (11-0). Six players average double-digit scoring.
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Sports Digest | February 10, 2013
Laurel Park Dynamic Strike rallies in Miracle Wood Dynamic Strike came from behind to win the $80,000 Miracle Wood Stakes on Saturday at Laurel Park. Ridden by Forrest Boyce and trained by Richard Small , the lightly raced son of Smart Strike stalked the pace before closing five-wide down the stretch, just inside of Where's Dominic, and battled that horse to the 1/16th pole before edging away to win by a length. Lunar Rock rallied up the rail to take third. Post-time favorite Vegas No Show saved ground early but could finish no better than fifth.
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By Drake Witham and Drake Witham,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 3, 1995
Forget about the Browns. Baltimore's best import from Cleveland is playing at Coppin State.Reggie Welch, a transfer from Cleveland State, scored 27 points last night to lead the Eagles to a 98-63 victory over West Virginia State at the Coppin Center.The win improved Coppin's home streak to 32 games, longest in the NCAA. But the streak didn't mean much to the Yellow Jackets (1-2), who built a 24-19 lead midway through the first half.Enter Welch.With the 6-foot-6 forward connecting on four three-pointers, Coppin (2-0)
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By Shannon Ryan | February 15, 2011
Norris Cole had thrown for more than 300 yards and three touchdowns in a game when he was a high school quarterback in Dayton, Ohio. He had scored 38 points on the basketball court as a junior at Cleveland State. "But nothing like this," Cole said in a phone interview Monday, referring to his play in the Vikings' 86-76 victory Saturday over Youngstown State. Cole turned in the performance of his life and of the college basketball season with 41 points, 20 rebounds and nine assists.
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March 11, 2009
These teams have earned automatic bids to the NCAA men's tournament by winning their conference tournaments: * Chattanooga, Southern * Cleveland State, Horizon * Cornell, Ivy League * East Tenn. State, Atlantic Sun * Gonzaga, West Coast * Morehead State, Ohio Valley * North Dakota State, Summit * Northern Iowa, Mo. Valley * Radford, Big South * Siena, Metro Atlantic Athletic * VCU, Colonial Athletic * Western Kentucky, Sun Belt automatic bids
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By Shannon Ryan | February 15, 2011
Norris Cole had thrown for more than 300 yards and three touchdowns in a game when he was a high school quarterback in Dayton, Ohio. He had scored 38 points on the basketball court as a junior at Cleveland State. "But nothing like this," Cole said in a phone interview Monday, referring to his play in the Vikings' 86-76 victory Saturday over Youngstown State. Cole turned in the performance of his life and of the college basketball season with 41 points, 20 rebounds and nine assists.
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December 22, 2009
Records through Sunday; last week's ranking in parentheses 1. Kansas (10-0). Sherron Collins faces Cal guard and former AAU teammate Jerome Randle on Tuesday. (1) 2. Texas (10-0). The Longhorns are making a case to be co-No. 1s. A Feb. 8 game vs. Kansas can't come soon enough. (2) 3. Kentucky (11-0). John Calipari faced former assistant Bruiser Flint when the Wildcats hosted Drexel on Monday. (3) 4. Syracuse (11-0). Six players average double-digit scoring.
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By Sports on TV | November 24, 2009
TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS M. bask. Maui consol.: Chaminade vs. Vandy ESPN2 1:30 Maui consol.: Colorado vs. TBA ESPN2 4 Cleveland State vs. Kentucky CBSCS 4:30 Virginia vs. Stanford CBSCS 7 Drexel@Pennsylvania CN8 7 Maui semi: Maryland vs. Cincinnati ESPN 7 Coppin State@UMBC MASN 7:30 O'Reilly CBE Classic, 3rd place ESPNU 7:45 Maui semifinal: Gonzaga vs. TBA ESPN 9:30 Wofford@Illinois ESPNU 9:45 O'Reilly CBE Classic final ESPN2 10 NBA Philadelphia@Washington CSN 7 C. foot.
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By Drake Witham and Drake Witham,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 3, 1995
Forget about the Browns. Baltimore's best import from Cleveland is playing at Coppin State.Reggie Welch, a transfer from Cleveland State, scored 27 points last night to lead the Eagles to a 98-63 victory over West Virginia State at the Coppin Center.The win improved Coppin's home streak to 32 games, longest in the NCAA. But the streak didn't mean much to the Yellow Jackets (1-2), who built a 24-19 lead midway through the first half.Enter Welch.With the 6-foot-6 forward connecting on four three-pointers, Coppin (2-0)
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By Paul McMullen | February 12, 1991
* SETTLING DOWN AT PENN STATE -- Last season was an up one for Penn State, which finished third in the NIT. It was a downer for Monroe Brown, a 6-foot-3 guard from Aberdeen who suffered a broken nose and a broken finger, and shot 35.6 percent for the campaign.Now a junior, Brown's offensive output has evened out again, as he's averaging 10.9 points on 46.2 percent shooting. He also gets 4.2 assists and 3.8 rebounds a game, but Brown's greatest worth comes at the other end of the floor, where he's regarded as one of the top defenders in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
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September 12, 1990
College volleyballMetro Atlantic Athletic Conference -- Gina Iarocci, Loyola College senior from Potomac, was named Player of the Week. The setter/hitter had a hitting percentage of .337, added four aces and had a hand in seven blocked shots against Cleveland State, Bucknell and Towson State.College soccerAtlantic 10 -- Mario Lone of Hyattsville who scored three goals in George Washington University's three victories was chosen Player of the Week.
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March 7, 1998
Opponent: Cleveland CrunchSite: Cleveland State University Convocation Center, ClevelandTime: 3: 05 p.m.Radio: WCBM (680 AM)Outlook: The Spirit (10-24) has lost its past four games and is apparently out of the American Conference playoffs picture. The team is carrying five more losses than Cincinnati with six games to play, four on the road where its record is 1-15. The Crunch (16-18) plays .819 ball at home (95-21) all time and needs a late win streak to catch Harrisburg for third place and a first-round bye.Pub Date: 3/07/98
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