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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2000
COLLEGE PARK -- A new year, a different beginning. The 14th-ranked Maryland basketball team quashed any notions of a third straight slow start with disciplined defense and its most unselfish effort of the season to crash down on Coastal Carolina, 100-48, before 14,402 at Cole Field House yesterday. Shutting out the Chanticleers for the opening 7 minutes, 17 seconds, the Terrapins (11-2) made a big splash by scoring the first 16 points. Maryland small forward Danny Miller fought through multiple screens to handcuff Coastal Carolina's leading scorer, Matt Gladieux, and exposed the Chanticleers as a one-man attack.
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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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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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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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