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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2013
Members of Maryland's offense were getting plenty of verbal confirmation about their skills from their teammates and coaches. But hearing the accolades is very different from actually demonstrating that talent. The much-beleaguered unit exploded in the No. 11 Terps' 18-6 demolition of visiting Colgate at Byrd Stadium in College Park Saturday. Eleven different players scored a goal as the team matched its output from the three previous contests. Players on the offensive side of the ball credited the coaching staff with simplifying the game plan against the Raiders.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Loyola Maryland clashed with Colgate for the first time ever March 29 and emerged with a 10-8 decision. As the top seed in the Patriot League tournament, the Greyhounds are looking for their first conference tournament crown since winning the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament in 2012. The fourth-seeded Raiders are seeking their first league tournament championship since 2008. Colgate (9-5) finished fourth in the Patriot League and edged Bucknell, 10-9, in double overtime in a conference tournament quarterfinal Tuesday.
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March 22, 2012
Peter Baum, Colgate Junior, Portland, Ore., midfielder Baum racked up 11 points in two victories as the Raiders improved to 7-1 and moved to No. 12. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound midfielder recorded three goals and two assists in a 17-8 rout of Binghamton on March 13 and added four goals and two assists in a 12-6 win against then-No. 15 Fairfield on Saturday. Baum, who earned his second Offensive Player of the Week award from the Patriot League this season, leads Division I in points per game (5.8)
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun and By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Any chance of Colgate pulling an upset disappeared in a 92-second span early in the fourth quarter as No. 1 Loyola Maryland defeated the Raiders, 12-6, in a Patriot League tournament semifinal Friday at Ridley Athletic Complex. Colgate (9-6 overall, 4-5 Patriot League) had managed to pull within 7-4 with two goals in the closing minute of the third period, but the Greyhounds opened the final quarter with three straight goals, stunning the Raiders and turning the momentum. Loyola (13-1, 9-0)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2013
Maryland has piled up a 6-2 record in this series, but Colgate has won the last two meetings - both of which have occurred in the regular-season finales for both sides. The Raiders (8-6) are limping into their last game of the year, having lost four of their past five contests. Senior attackman and 2012 Tewaaraton Award winner Peter Baum leads the offense in assists (15) and points (48), but sophomore attackman Ryan Walsh paces the team in goals (35). The No. 11 Terps (9-3) have dropped two of their last three games, and although a lock to qualify for the NCAA tournament, they are in danger of losing out on one of the eight seeds and opening the first round on the road.
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By Chris Eckard, The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2011
Colgate (1-2, 0-1 Patriot)@Towson (2-0, 1-0 CAA) Time: Saturday, 7 p.m. Site: Johnny Unitas Stadium Radio: 1570 AM Series: Colgate leads 9-0. What's at stake: After defeating Villanova, then No. 20 in the Football Championship Subdivision, two weeks ago, Towson is 2-0 for the first time since 1997 and has a chance to keep its early-season winning streak alive against a Colgate program...
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From Sun staff reports | January 27, 2013
A Navy defensive effort that limited host Colgate to 12 field goals coupled with a balanced offense led the Mids to a 59-43 victory Saturday night in women's basketball. The win is Navy's second in a row and fourth in five games in the Patriot League.  The Mids (11-9, 4-1) moved into a first-place tie with American, Army and Bucknell with one week remaining in the first half of the league season. The Raiders fell to 6-13, 0-5. "I thought this was a really intense game," Navy coach Stefanie Pemper said.  "I think Colgate competed really well, and so did we.  They forced us into 18 turnovers, and they got to the foul line.  They played hard, and we had a hard time at times with that.
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By Edward Lee | March 26, 2012
Navy coach Rick Sowell had yet to meet his players for their first practice of the week, but he could guess at how they were feeling after Saturday's upset of No. 12 Colgate. “I think there's some hop in their giddy-up, that's for sure,” Sowell said Monday afternoon. “I think the players are excited and hopefully, that means we've got a good week of practice in store for us because it's like going from the frying pan to the fire with Lehigh up next. It certainly doesn't get any easier.
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By Edward Lee | March 23, 2012
Navy has cobbled together a three-game winning streak to help reduce the disappointment of a three-game losing skid earlier in the season. But victories over Lafayette, Towson and Holy Cross would pale in comparison to a triumph over Patriot League rival and No. 12 Colgate (7-1 overall and 1-0 in the conference), which plays host to the Midshipmen (4-3, 2-1) this Saturday. “We've done a good job of taking a lead into the fourth quarter and losing the games out, and hopefully, we'll find ourselves in that situation on Saturday and can get the job done,” Navy coach Rick Sowell said Thursday.
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By Mike Miller, The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2011
This one was Maryland's final tuneup -- a chance to iron out the wrinkles of a somewhat underwhelming monthlong homestand against mainly nonconference opponents. To their credit, the Terps could easily have overlooked Colgate on Tuesday night, a team with only one win this season, with a showdown with No. 1 Duke looming Sunday. Instead, Maryland did exactly what it was supposed to do, engineering a thorough dismantling of the Raiders, 95-40, before an announced 12,814 at Comcast Center.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2014
Loyola Maryland preserved its top ranking with a 10-8 decision against Patriot League foe Colgate on Saturday despite the absence of starting defenseman David Manning because of an unspecified injury. But the junior is expected to return and start when the Greyhounds (9-1 overall and 5-0 in the conference) visit Navy (4-5, 3-3) at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday at noon. “He'll be back,” coach Charley Toomey said on Wednesday morning. “We anticipate David starting this weekend.
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From Sun staff reports | March 30, 2014
Attackmen Justin Ward (Old Mill) and Nikko Pontrello combined for five goals to lead No. 1 Loyola Maryland to a 10-8 win over Colgate on Saturday. The Raiders matched the visiting Greyhounds with 35 shots and won 13 of 22 faceoffs, and Loyola (9-1, 5-0 Patriot League) did not lead by more than one goal until the third quarter. With Colgate (7-3, 3-2) ahead 5-4, Greyhounds midfielder Jeff Chase (Boys' Latin) got a shot past goalkeeper Brandon Burke to start a four-goal run that gave Loyola an 8-5 lead with 2:31 left in the third quarter.
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March 27, 2014
Colgate coach Mike Murphy sees a lot of similarities when he looks at Loyola Maryland and the Raiders' last opponent, Cornell, especially in their respective ability to pounce on transition opportunities and turn them into goals. He said his team's ability to understand and account for that will go a long way to determining the outcome against the Greyhounds on Saturday in Hamilton, N.Y. "I think as you look at this team you have to be great in transition," Murphy said. "They are lethal six-on-six on offense but may be one of best transition teams with [midfielder]
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
Coming off a humbling 13-2 loss to then-No. 18 Lehigh on Saturday, Navy still finds itself in a good spot with regard to qualifying for the Patriot League tournament. With a 2-2 conference record, the Midshipmen (3-4) currently sit in sixth place in the league. They are one game ahead of Boston University (1-2 in the conference and 1-6 overall) in the win column and are tied with Bucknell (2-2, 4-4), which owns the tiebreaker via a 9-6 win against Navy on Feb. 22. The top six teams advance to the Patriot League tournament.
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Sports Xchange | March 4, 2014
Lafayette had four players finish in double figures Monday and pulled away late in the second half to beat eighth-seeded Loyola Maryland, 84-71, and advance to the Patriot League tournament quarterfinals. The host Greyhounds (11-19) ended their first season in the conference with the opening-round home loss. No. 9 seed Lafayette (11-19) led 42-35 at the half after closing on a 10-3 run. The Greyhounds cut it to three, 53-50, on a pair of free throws by guard Jarred Jones with 12:41 to play, but the Leopards went on a 14-6 run and cruised from there.
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From Sun staff reports | February 24, 2014
In its first road game since an 84-63 loss at No. 7 Duke a week ago, No. 8 Maryland dominated host Georgia Tech, 79-62, on Sunday, giving coach Brenda Frese her 300th win with the Terps . Alyssa Thomas, Brionna Jones (Aberdeen) and Katie Rutan each scored 15 points for Maryland (22-5, 10-4 Atlantic Coast Conference), with Thomas grabbing 10 rebounds for a doubledouble. Georgia Tech's Kaela Davis led all players with 21 points and 11 rebounds, but the Terps were more accurate overall, shooting 49.3 percent for the game while the Yellow Jackets (17-10, 7-7)
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By Edward Lee | January 24, 2013
When Lehigh and Colgate qualified for last year's NCAA tournament, they became the first Patriot League duo to play in the postseason since 2005 when Navy and Army did. The Mountain Hawks, who knocked off Colgate for the conference tournament crown, and the Raiders, who advanced to the NCAA tournament quarterfinals, are ranked Nos. 1 and 2 in the Patriot League preseason poll and in many publications' national top 10 polls. With those rankings, however, come high expectations, which haven't escaped the attention of Lehigh coach Kevin Cassese, who spoke during the league's conference call Wednesday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2013
After dropping two of its previous three contests, No. 11 Maryland needed to boost its morale and the team got that by walloping visiting Colgate, 18-6, in the regular-season finale for both teams at Byrd Stadium in College Park Saturday. The victory is expected to cement one of the NCAA tournament's eight seeds and a home game in the first round for the Terps (10-3). Just as important is that the team gets some momentum as it heads into the postseason. “It's huge,” senior long-stick midfielder Jesse Bernhardt said.
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