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April 11, 1999
Baseball Blue Jays: Placed 2B Homer Bush (finger) on 15-day DL. Recalled IF Norberto Martin from Triple-A Syracuse. Diamondbacks: Purchased contract of P Bobby Chouinard from Triple-A Tucson. Designated OF Ernie Young for assignment. Mariners: Recalled P Ken Cloude (McDonogh) from Triple-A Tacoma. Colleges Michigan: Suspended DL Demetrius Smith indefinitely for violating unspecified team rules. Michigan State: Announced CB Amp Campbell and TB Lloyd Clemons were granted sixth year of eligibility by NCAA.
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By Sports on TV | May 21, 2010
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April 10, 2000
College hockey North Dakota's Goren has his day in NCAA title victory When North Dakota won the 1997 NCAA hockey championship, Lee Goren was ineligible because he had played for a junior team in Canada. This season, he led the nation by scoring 34 goals along with 29 assists. Saturday night, he scored an empty-netter that clinched the title with 45.2 seconds left in a 4-2 victory over Boston College in Providence, R.I. "He's a true scorer," Sioux goalie Karl Goehring said. "I think he'll do great in the NHL."
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May 10, 2010
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | January 20, 1995
For five years, Tricia Burdt steadily has climbed the ladder as one of the country's most promising young field hockey players.Now, she is just one rung from the top.Last weekend, Burdt landed a spot on the United States Field Hockey Association's national training squad. That makes her one of the top 24 players in the country."Tricia is basically so talented and she's physically ready to compete with the top team," said Missy Meharge, assistant coach of the national team and head coach at Maryland where Burdt is a sophomore.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | November 25, 1992
Duane Derksen joined the Skipjacks with a batch of credentials but without illusions of instant greatness.That is a good thing, for Derksen is a reserve goalie at the moment. When the Skipjacks visit the Hershey Bears tonight, the 24-year-old rookie will be filling in for Byron Dafoe, who sprained an ankle last Friday."Byron is doubtful for this weekend, too," said Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz, referring to Saturday and Sunday games against Cape Breton and Binghamton. "He could be out another five days, a week or even two or three weeks."
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April 5, 1992
Laettner not perfectMike Littwin was on target with his columns of March 28 and 29; it's hard not to root for Duke.Yet, I object to the statement of Christian Laettner's perfection. Sure, his statistics are near-perfect, but his attitude is far from it. One vision that I will always carry from the Kentucky-Duke game is that of Laettner stepping on the chest of a downed Wildcats player.College basketball fans have also been treated to his expletives, thrown at opposing players throughout the NCAA tournament and caught by microphones for all to hear.
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May 10, 2010
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By JOHN EISENBERG | February 16, 2005
COULD ANYONE make this stuff up? At the very moment National Hockey League owners and players were making a last-ditch effort to save the 2004-05 season yesterday, the U.S. Olympic Committee was holding a conference call celebrating the 25th anniversary of the hockey miracle at Lake Placid. "I'd say it's a bit ironic," said Jack O'Callahan, one of the 1980 hockey gold medalists. The collision of the highest and lowest moments in American hockey history was just a coincidence, but the message was unmistakable.
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By Sports on TV | May 14, 2010
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By Steve Bittenbender and Steve Bittenbender,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2008
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Top-seeded Maryland claimed its third NCAA field hockey title in four years, dominating No. 2 Wake Forest, 4-2, yesterday. Four players scored for the Terrapins (22-2), led by senior Susie Rowe and sophomore Katie O'Donnell, who had a goal and an assist each. The game was a marked contrast from the Terps' semifinal struggle Friday, when they needed double overtime to fend off Iowa. O'Donnell broke a 1-1 tie in the 32nd minute, sprinting from midfield, getting Wake goalie Crystal Duffield to commit early and putting an easy shot into the cage.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,Sun reporter | December 7, 2006
Players and parents associated with UMBC field hockey are trying to revive a sport eliminated by the school recently in an effort to lessen a budget deficit. UMBC athletic director Charlie Brown informed the team of the cutback last Thursday. Since then, the team has tried to raise the profile of its cause. "My initial reaction was anger - angry and confused," junior forward Jessica Smith said. "But I know that a lot of parents started talking to each other, and by Friday, all of the players started to get involved."
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By Geremy Bass and Geremy Bass,Special to The Sun | November 20, 2006
Winston-Salem, N.C. -- With six seconds left in yesterday's NCAA final, the celebration already had begun. One final clear sent the ball speeding from Maryland's defensive end, and nothing else could hold the Terrapins back. The players who had been jumping up and down on the sideline for 30 seconds emptied onto the field and began the celebration - tearful hugs, screams of jubilation and an ice-cold shower for coach Missy Meharg. For although the Terps had already beaten top-seeded Wake Forest at Kentner Stadium this season, yesterday's 1-0 win at the same venue had quite a bit more meaning.
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By Geremy Bass and Geremy Bass,Special to The Sun | November 19, 2006
Winston-Salem, N.C. -- Today's NCAA Division I field hockey championship game was all but expected. Maryland (22-2) held its No. 1 ranking through the season, and Atlantic Coast Conference rival Wake Forest (22-1) was right behind at No. 2. One of Maryland's two losses came in the ACC tournament final against Wake Forest three weeks ago, and the Demon Deacons' lone loss this season came in a home game in late September to, of course, the Terps. Maryland vs. Wake Forest NCAA Division I championship game, today, noon, Winston-Salem, N.C.
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By Geremy Bass and Geremy Bass,Special to the Sun | November 18, 2006
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Silence surrounded Kentner Stadium last night after regulation time and two overtime periods ended with Maryland and Connecticut tied at 1. But Terps backup goaltender Christina Restivo broke the quiet with two lunging saves with her blocker pad and propelled the No. 2-seeded Terps to a victory on penalty strokes in an NCAA semifinal game. The Terps (22-2) advance to the NCAA championship game tomorrow against top-seeded Wake Forest, which beat Duke, 5-4, in overtime, in the other semifinal.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,Sun reporter | November 17, 2006
Maryland's field hockey team was supposed to have more difficulty this fall - after three straight trips to the NCAA semifinals - with three All-Americans missing from last season's national championship team and a newfound reliance on freshmen. But when the final four begins tonight, the competition will again include the Terps. Their 21-2 team faces Connecticut (21-3) at 7:30, the sixth semifinal appearance in the past seven years for Maryland. Maryland's opponent is a relative outsider in what seems to be an Atlantic Coast Conference country club that includes Maryland, Duke and Wake Forest.
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