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September 10, 2010
Towson (0-1) vs. Coastal Carolina (0-1) Time: Saturday, 7 p.m. Where: Johnny Unitas Stadium Radio: 1370 AM Series record: 1-1 What's at stake: It's the third meeting between the Tigers and the Chanticleers. Towson claimed a 21-17 victory last year, while Coastal Carolina won, 31-3, in 2008. ... Towson sports a 31-10 record in home openers, including five straight wins and 12 of the its last 13. ... Towson dropped a 51-17 game to open its season at Indiana, but the Tigers outgained the Hoosiers in total yards of offense, 392 to 360. ... The Chanticleers are fresh off a 31-0 defeat at West Virginia last Saturday.
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Sports Digest | September 1, 2014
Maryland soccer Before a home-opener crowd of nearly 5,000 at Ludwig Field, No. 2 Maryland beat No. 17 Coastal Carolina on Monday, 3-2. After being shut out for the first time in nearly three years against No. 14 Louisville on Friday, the Terps scored just eight minutes into the match, courtesy of co-captain and senior midfielder Dan Metzger . Metzger connected with a corner kick by junior midfielder Mael Corboz to give Maryland the early...
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Glenn Graham | October 18, 2012
Mount Saint Joseph senior midfielder Drew Smith has committed to play soccer at Coastal Carolina University next year. Smith, who also plays club ball for Pipeline Soccer Club, plans to major in marketing. "Drew is a tremendous person and soccer player. We are very proud of all the work and dedication he has shown in his past four years at Mount Saint Joseph," Gaels coach Mike St. Martin said. "We are looking forward to following him as he continues both his academic and athletic careers.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2014
Running back Lorenzo Taliaferro was the last player to walk off the Ravens' practice field Saturday, holding an upbeat conversation with coach John Harbaugh following the end of a rookie minicamp. It was a meaningful moment for the fourth-round draft pick from Coastal Carolina (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) considering that academic problems in high school nearly derailed a promising football career. Growing up in Williamsburg, Va., Taliaferro was ruled academically ineligible for his sophomore season at Bruton High School.
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By From Staff Reports | February 15, 1994
CONWAY, S.C. -- Junior KeKe Hicks scored a season-high 32 points to lead Coastal Carolina to its second straight win and seventh in the past eight games, a 74-64 victory over over UMBC in a Big South game last night.The Retrievers (5-16, 4-9) are winless (0-11) on the road.Coastal Carolina (14-8, 9-5) outscored UMBC 27-18 in the final 11:11 of the game. UMBC closed the gap to four with 8:58 left on Kevin Bellinger's two free throws.Bellinger led UMBC with 16 points, and Skip Saunders and Pascal Fleury each had 10.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | January 18, 1994
The UMBC Retrievers turned in their most impressive performance of the season in whipping defending Big South champion Coastal Carolina, 86-81, last night.But it could be difficult to prove. An unofficial count of 61 spectators braved the ice storm to watch the Retrievers (3-9, 2-2) win their second straight conference game at the UMBC Fieldhouse.But the slim crowd was treated to an outstanding defensive effort by the Retrievers. They limited the Chanticleers' senior forward Mohammed Acha, a preseason All-South choice, to six points, 13 below his average.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | January 16, 1994
The three-guard lineup is in vogue again at Towson State.Things began to turn around for coach Terry Truax in 1986-87, when Bill Leonard, Marty Johnson, Michael Fink and Tommy Jones were working on the perimeter. The Tigers also got great mileage out of the backcourt combination of Kurk Lee, Devin Boyd and Lew Waller, and later Terrance Jacobs was introduced as a small forward even though he was only 6 feet 3.Now, meet the three-guard set of junior Scooter Alexander and sophomores Ralph Blalock and Quintin Moody.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2012
Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski was expecting a high-scoring game when his team met Coastal Carolina in the third round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament Sunday. The Chanticleers led the nation in goals and liked to attack opponents by aggressively pushing numerous players forward. But it was Maryland's offense that put on a one-sided clinic in a 5-1 victory before an announced 1,847 at Ludwig Field. Sunny Jane scored his first two goals of the season and had an assist for second-seeded Maryland, which hosts the winner of Louisville and Northwestern on Saturday at 5 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
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By From Staff Reports | January 15, 1995
CONWAY, S.C. -- KeKe Hicks scored 33 points, leading host Coastal Carolina to a 89-87 victory over Towson State in a Big South Conference game last night.Humid weather conditions led to condensation on the floor. Several times played had to be stopped as the floor was wiped down.But the conditions didn't affect Hicks, who shot 10-for-18, including five of nine from three-point range for Coastal Carolina (5-8, 2-1).1% Towson State fell to 5-6 and 0-3.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
All Patrick Mullins does is score goals, and when he does, all the Maryland men's soccer team does is win. The senior forward converted a centering pass from sophomore midfielder Tsubasa Endoh in the first half, and freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen and the rest of the defense made the lead stand up for the fifth-seeded Terps in a 1-0 win against No. 12 seed UC Irvine before an announced 1,337 in an NCAA tournament third-round game at Ludwig Field...
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By Katherine Dunn | February 20, 2013
When Kenzie Brown finally whittled her college lacrosse list down to a few schools a couple years ago, she found herself drawn to the new program at Marquette. “The whole time I was looking at colleges, I wanted to get away from the East Coast,” the Dulaney graduate said. “Marquette was the perfect school for me. I wanted a school that was in an urban area. It has a brand new program. It's such an honor to be a part of a program that's just beginning. It seems like such an amazing thing to start a family and make a fresh start with everything -- and I just love Wisconsin.” When she got to Milwaukee, Brown knew it wouldn't be easy to get a new program - with 27 true and red-shirt freshmen -- off the ground much less on the winning track, but the Golden Eagles didn't need much time to earn their first win. The only Marylander on the roster was a big part of it. A midfielder, Brown led the team with five goals and two assists in a 12-11 win over Coast Carolina in just their second game.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2012
Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski was expecting a high-scoring game when his team met Coastal Carolina in the third round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament Sunday. The Chanticleers led the nation in goals and liked to attack opponents by aggressively pushing numerous players forward. But it was Maryland's offense that put on a one-sided clinic in a 5-1 victory before an announced 1,847 at Ludwig Field. Sunny Jane scored his first two goals of the season and had an assist for second-seeded Maryland, which hosts the winner of Louisville and Northwestern on Saturday at 5 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
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Glenn Graham | October 18, 2012
Mount Saint Joseph senior midfielder Drew Smith has committed to play soccer at Coastal Carolina University next year. Smith, who also plays club ball for Pipeline Soccer Club, plans to major in marketing. "Drew is a tremendous person and soccer player. We are very proud of all the work and dedication he has shown in his past four years at Mount Saint Joseph," Gaels coach Mike St. Martin said. "We are looking forward to following him as he continues both his academic and athletic careers.
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By Mike Miller, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2010
Towson (1-1) at Villanova (1-1) Time: 3:30 p.m. Site: Villanova Stadium, Villanova, Pa. TV: CN8 Radio: 1370 AM Series: Villanova leads 4-2. What's at stake: The Tigers and Wildcats meet for the seventh time in a series that dates back to 2004. Villanova has won its last three meetings with Towson, including a 49-7 victory over the Tigers on their way to the 2009 NCAA Football Championship Subdivision championship. The Wildcats are ranked No. 1 in the country after dominating Lehigh in a 35-0 victory last week.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2010
From the moment he stepped onto the West Virginia campus last fall, Tavon Austin knew the timetable. The former Dunbar star, who had scored 123 touchdowns for the Poets during a high school career in which he set four state records, understood that he would have to be patient to get a chance to play tailback for the Mountaineers. Just as Noel Devine had to wait for Steve Slaton to leave, Austin has to wait for Devine to finish his college career in Morgantown, W.Va. "You have a blueprint to show him," said West Virginia receivers coach Lonnie Galloway, who recruited Austin.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2010
When Chris Hart transferred to Towson before the season, coach Rob Ambrose was confident he had landed a dual-threat quarterback who would add a new dimension to the offense, and all of those skills showed in a five-overtime marathon Saturday night against Coastal Carolina. Hart helped erase a 14-point second-half deficit, including the tying touchdown with 25 seconds left in the Tigers' home opener. Towson then went on to play its longest game before pulling out a 47-45 victory before an announced 8,990.
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