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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | February 9, 1993
The burning question last night at UMBC Fieldhouse was: Which team would show up to play visiting Coastal Carolina?Would it be the team that shot well over 50 percent from the field in two recent wins over Winthrop, or the one that barely could find the rim in losses to Campbell and Towson State?The answer proved to be a little of both in UMBC's 91-73 loss to the Chanticleers.After shooting just 36 percent in the first half, and finding themselves down by 13 at the break, the Retrievers heated up, nailing seven of their first 10 shots to open the second half.
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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 From Staff Reports | September 13, 1993
Penalty kick lifts No. 1 Cavs over Terps, 1-0COLLEGE PARK -- Brian Bates scored on a first-half penalty kick as No. 1 Virginia defeated Maryland, 1-0, in an Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer game yesterday.Virginia (4-0, 1-0) was awarded the penalty kick with 4:57 remaining in the first half. Bates went left with the shot, which hit the underside of the crossbar and bounced in.The Terps (1-3, 0-1) outshot the Cavaliers 5-4 in the second half, but one shot went wide and Virginia goalkeeper Jeff Causey made four saves.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 1996
C Senior center Lori Leonard had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead host Johns Hopkins (19-7) to a 69-60 victory over Muhlenberg (19-7) in the Centennial Conference women's championship game last night, giving the Blue Jays an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III tournament.Seedings for the tournament will be announced tonight. First-round games begin Wednesday.* Marymount 67, Salisbury State 63: Marymount denied Salisbury an NCAA Division III tournament bid, winning its sixth straight Capital Athletic Conference tournament.
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January 27, 1996
Navy (9-8) at Dartmouth (9-6)Site: Leede Arena, Hanover, N.H.Time: 3 p.m.Radio: WNAV (1430 AM)Outlook: After routing Army in Annapolis on Wednesday, 75-44, to regain the Patriot League lead at 4-1, Navy must play six of its next seven games on the road. Michael Heary (11.1 ppg) has regained the team scoring lead from fellow sophomore Eddie Lucas (10.9). A preseason favorite to win the Ivy League, Dartmouth already has defeated three Patriot League teams -- Holy Cross, Army and Lafayette. Junior Seamus Lonergan leads the Big Green in scoring (18.1)
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By From Staff Reports | February 14, 1995
Karen Johnson scored 23 points, leading Delaware State to a 71-68 victory over Morgan State in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference women's game yesterday in Dover, Del.Johnson pulled down a game-high 14 rebounds to pace Delaware State (9-14, 6-7) to a 49-35 rebounding edge over the Bears (4-17, 4-9). Tandeka McCann added 11 points for Delaware State.Tressan Dugan shot 10-for-12 for a game-high 24 points for Morgan State. Tanya Williams and Kaira Warfield each added 10.* Goucher 76, Mary Washington 72, OT: Cassandra Clemons (Loch Raven)
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March 29, 1992
Name: John BolestaHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Scoringthe last four goals, including the tying and game-winning goals, forthe Westminster Owls boys lacrosse team in a 7-6, season-opening winagainst Howard March 20Age: 16Residence; hometown: WestminsterEducation: Junior at Westminster High School; East Middle; St. John's Elementary Schoolin WestminsterFamily: Father: Robert, Baltimore City policeman; Mother: Carol, office assistant, David H....
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June 1, 2010
Duke won its first NCAA men's lacrosse championship in dramatic fashion, defeating Notre Dame 6-5 Monday on a goal by C.J. Costabile with five seconds gone in sudden-death overtime in Baltimore. Costabile won the faceoff from Trever Sipperly and sprinted downfield before beating goaltender Scott Rodgers with a shot from directly in front of the net. Duke (16-4) twice before advanced to the title game — and lost by one goal both times. This time, however, the Blue Devils walked away with the championship trophy by defeating the unseeded Irish (10-7)
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By From Staff Reports EMMITSBURG | January 9, 1994
EMMITSBURG -- Mount St. Mary's (7-2, 3-0) jumped out to a 34-8 halftime lead and defeated Robert Morris (1-10, 1-2), 83-40, in a Northeast Conference game yesterday. Mount St. Mary's forced 22 turnovers in the first 24 minutes.Loyola 87, Davidson 62Junior forward Patty Stoffey shot 11-for-15 from the field and 10-for-13 from the line, scoring 32 to lead Loyola (3-6) past Davidson (2-7) at Reitz Arena.C. Carolina 58, Towson 52CONWAY, S.C. -- Melissa Herbert scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Coastal Carolina (6-4, 3-1)
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | September 19, 2009
For Towson and Morgan State, playing their football openers was like taking medicine: tastes awful, but good for what ails you. Both schools got crushed but say the beatings exposed ills which, when corrected, will serve them well. Morgan, which lost, 41-0, at Akron last week, plays Winston-Salem State (0-2) today at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Towson will try to put aside its 47-14 loss to Northwestern as it faces Coastal Carolina (1-1) at Johnny Unitas Stadium at 7 p.m. Morgan's shaky start hasn't dashed players' hopes.
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