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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 23, 2002
Jenel Stevens scored 18 of her game-high 25 points in the second half to lead the Canisius women to an 80-70 victory over Loyola last night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game at the Koessler Athletic Center in Buffalo, N.Y. Stevens scored five of her points in a 10-2 Canisius run midway through the second half that broke open a tie game and gave the Griffins (11-15, 8-9) an eight-point lead. Slater led the Greyhounds (11-15, 5-12) with 19 points and nine rebounds. Hood 64, Chestnut Hill 48: Trailing 24-15 at the half, the host Blazers, led by Mandy Fischer's 20 points, scored 49 second-half points, more than Chestnut Hill (17-9)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 13, 2005
Andrew Washington scored 16 points and Harding Nana added 11 points and 11 rebounds last night as host Delaware handed the Towson men's basketball team its eighth straight loss, 65-55. The Tigers (5-19, 2-12 Colonial Athletic Association) cut Delaware's lead to 53-51 with 7:15 left in the game, but the Blue Hens (10-15, 7-7) scored the next eight points to seal the win. Cantrell Fletcher led the Tigers with 13 points. Johns Hopkins 82, Haverford 56: Danny Nawrocki had 16 points and 11 rebounds and started a 20-3 run, scoring 10 points, as the host Blue Jays (14-7, 11-4 Centennial Conference)
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May 12, 1992
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- Optioned 1B Mo Vaughn to Triple-A Pawtucket. Recalled IF Mike Brumley from Pawtucket.CollegesBaylor -- Named Oklahoma City University basketball coach Darrel Johnson basketball coach.Loyola -- Announced the signing of Dallas Shannon, a 6-11 center from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.Texas -- Announced that women's basketball coach Jody Conradt would serve as interim women's athletic director.Toledo -- Announced the retirement of baseball coach Stan Sanders, effective June 30.Midwestern Collegiate Conference -- Named Atlantic Coast Conference assistant commissioner Jonathan B. LeCrone commissioner.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 23, 2002
Jenel Stevens scored 18 of her game-high 25 points in the second half to lead the Canisius women to an 80-70 victory over Loyola last night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game at the Koessler Athletic Center in Buffalo, N.Y. Stevens scored five of her points in a 10-2 Canisius run midway through the second half that broke open a tie game and gave the Griffins (11-15, 8-9) an eight-point lead. Slater led the Greyhounds (11-15, 5-12) with 19 points and nine rebounds. Hood 64, Chestnut Hill 48: Trailing 24-15 at the half, the host Blazers, led by Mandy Fischer's 20 points, scored 49 second-half points, more than Chestnut Hill (17-9)
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October 9, 2001
Basketball Mavericks: Waived G Chris Robinson. Nets: Waived G Lonnie Harrell, F Victor Thomas and C Paul Grant. Nuggets: Waived G Paul McPherson, G Saddi Washington and F Reed Rawlings. Exercised fourth-year contract option on G-F James Posey. Wizards: Released F Mike Smith and F Michael King. College Centennial Conference: Named Johns Hopkins LB Marc Della Pia defensive player of the week. Northeast Conference: Named Missy Moore of UMBC women's soccer player of the week. Patriot League: Named men's soccer G Brian Steckroth defensive player of the week.
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By Paul McMullen | December 20, 1991
The latest game of conference musical chairs will have a considerable impact on Loyola College.The Greyhounds are members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, which yesterday lost its most visible member, La Salle, to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference.Duquesne, which had been a member of the Atlantic 10, also joined the seven-member conference, which will change its name and drop the Midwestern reference.The two teams will compete in basketball and other sports beginning with the 1992-93 season.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | December 19, 1991
The latest game of conference musical chairs will have a considerable impact on Loyola College.The Greyhounds are members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, which today lost its most visible member, La Salle, to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. The Pittsburgh Press, meanwhile, reported that Duquesne would also be joining the MCC, ending its association with the Atlantic 10 Conference.Loyola athletic director Joe Boylan attended expansion meetings this summer with officials from the MCC, whose current members include Xavier, Dayton, Evansville, Loyola of Chicago and Butler.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 13, 2005
Andrew Washington scored 16 points and Harding Nana added 11 points and 11 rebounds last night as host Delaware handed the Towson men's basketball team its eighth straight loss, 65-55. The Tigers (5-19, 2-12 Colonial Athletic Association) cut Delaware's lead to 53-51 with 7:15 left in the game, but the Blue Hens (10-15, 7-7) scored the next eight points to seal the win. Cantrell Fletcher led the Tigers with 13 points. Johns Hopkins 82, Haverford 56: Danny Nawrocki had 16 points and 11 rebounds and started a 20-3 run, scoring 10 points, as the host Blue Jays (14-7, 11-4 Centennial Conference)
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By Mark Hoeflich | November 13, 1998
Division IIBowie StateAffiliation: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.Coach: Ed Davis (118-53, sixth season).1997-98 record: 28-2.Top players: Rashida Brooks, 6-5, Sr., C (13.3 ppg, 8.9 rpg); Beverly Winstead, 5-8, Jr., F (11.5 ppg, 4.3 rpg); Naronda Leggett, 5-7, Jr., G (2.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg); Deidra Fields, 6-2, Jr., F (25.2 ppg, 16.5 rpg).Outlook: The two-time defending CIAA champion Bulldogs should have little drop-off in scoring with the return of Brooks and Winstead. The biggest impression, however, could come from Fields, a junior college transfer and All-American out of Macomb Community College in Michigan.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | November 17, 2000
Division II women Bowie State Affiliation: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Coach: Russell Davis, first season. 1999-2000 record: 22-5, 13-2. Top players: Sharna Gray, 6-1, Sr., F (5.2 ppg, 5.9 rpg); Denay Fields, 5-6, Sr., G (5.6 ppg); Kanisa Wilson, 5-6, Jr., G (sat out last season). Outlook: Gone are coach Ed Davis (Delaware State), conference Player of the Year Tiffany Moss, Beverley Winstead and Deidra Fields, four key components of three CIAA title-winning teams.
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October 9, 2001
Basketball Mavericks: Waived G Chris Robinson. Nets: Waived G Lonnie Harrell, F Victor Thomas and C Paul Grant. Nuggets: Waived G Paul McPherson, G Saddi Washington and F Reed Rawlings. Exercised fourth-year contract option on G-F James Posey. Wizards: Released F Mike Smith and F Michael King. College Centennial Conference: Named Johns Hopkins LB Marc Della Pia defensive player of the week. Northeast Conference: Named Missy Moore of UMBC women's soccer player of the week. Patriot League: Named men's soccer G Brian Steckroth defensive player of the week.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | November 17, 2000
Division II women Bowie State Affiliation: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Coach: Russell Davis, first season. 1999-2000 record: 22-5, 13-2. Top players: Sharna Gray, 6-1, Sr., F (5.2 ppg, 5.9 rpg); Denay Fields, 5-6, Sr., G (5.6 ppg); Kanisa Wilson, 5-6, Jr., G (sat out last season). Outlook: Gone are coach Ed Davis (Delaware State), conference Player of the Year Tiffany Moss, Beverley Winstead and Deidra Fields, four key components of three CIAA title-winning teams.
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By Mark Hoeflich | November 13, 1998
Division IIBowie StateAffiliation: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.Coach: Ed Davis (118-53, sixth season).1997-98 record: 28-2.Top players: Rashida Brooks, 6-5, Sr., C (13.3 ppg, 8.9 rpg); Beverly Winstead, 5-8, Jr., F (11.5 ppg, 4.3 rpg); Naronda Leggett, 5-7, Jr., G (2.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg); Deidra Fields, 6-2, Jr., F (25.2 ppg, 16.5 rpg).Outlook: The two-time defending CIAA champion Bulldogs should have little drop-off in scoring with the return of Brooks and Winstead. The biggest impression, however, could come from Fields, a junior college transfer and All-American out of Macomb Community College in Michigan.
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 7, 1998
Their 14-game winning streak is irrelevant. Their 17-1 conference record is irrelevant. The Coppin State men are never on the bubble. They either win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament, or they burst.It happened in 1994, '95 and '96, when the Eagles failed to gain the league's automatic bid despite a combined 45-3 regular-season conference record.It could happen again today, when they meet South Carolina State -- their only MEAC conquerer this season -- in the tournament final at Richmond, Va.Coppin deserves to be in the NCAA, especially after last year's stunning first-round upset of South Carolina.
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By MILTON KENT | December 10, 1993
These ought to be great times for Atlantic 10 commissioner Ron Bertovich. His conference has never had more television exposure, and two of his teams, fifth-ranked Temple and eighth-ranked Massachusetts, appear poised to make a lot of noise in the NCAA tournament.But there is much upheaval in Bertovich's world, as the map of PTC college basketball threatens to change as much as a map of Europe."I don't think this is going to end for another couple of years. Thiis going to go on for quite some time," Bertovich said.
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May 12, 1992
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- Optioned 1B Mo Vaughn to Triple-A Pawtucket. Recalled IF Mike Brumley from Pawtucket.CollegesBaylor -- Named Oklahoma City University basketball coach Darrel Johnson basketball coach.Loyola -- Announced the signing of Dallas Shannon, a 6-11 center from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.Texas -- Announced that women's basketball coach Jody Conradt would serve as interim women's athletic director.Toledo -- Announced the retirement of baseball coach Stan Sanders, effective June 30.Midwestern Collegiate Conference -- Named Atlantic Coast Conference assistant commissioner Jonathan B. LeCrone commissioner.
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By MILTON KENT | December 10, 1993
These ought to be great times for Atlantic 10 commissioner Ron Bertovich. His conference has never had more television exposure, and two of his teams, fifth-ranked Temple and eighth-ranked Massachusetts, appear poised to make a lot of noise in the NCAA tournament.But there is much upheaval in Bertovich's world, as the map of PTC college basketball threatens to change as much as a map of Europe."I don't think this is going to end for another couple of years. Thiis going to go on for quite some time," Bertovich said.
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 7, 1998
Their 14-game winning streak is irrelevant. Their 17-1 conference record is irrelevant. The Coppin State men are never on the bubble. They either win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament, or they burst.It happened in 1994, '95 and '96, when the Eagles failed to gain the league's automatic bid despite a combined 45-3 regular-season conference record.It could happen again today, when they meet South Carolina State -- their only MEAC conquerer this season -- in the tournament final at Richmond, Va.Coppin deserves to be in the NCAA, especially after last year's stunning first-round upset of South Carolina.
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By Paul McMullen | December 20, 1991
The latest game of conference musical chairs will have a considerable impact on Loyola College.The Greyhounds are members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, which yesterday lost its most visible member, La Salle, to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference.Duquesne, which had been a member of the Atlantic 10, also joined the seven-member conference, which will change its name and drop the Midwestern reference.The two teams will compete in basketball and other sports beginning with the 1992-93 season.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | December 19, 1991
The latest game of conference musical chairs will have a considerable impact on Loyola College.The Greyhounds are members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, which today lost its most visible member, La Salle, to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. The Pittsburgh Press, meanwhile, reported that Duquesne would also be joining the MCC, ending its association with the Atlantic 10 Conference.Loyola athletic director Joe Boylan attended expansion meetings this summer with officials from the MCC, whose current members include Xavier, Dayton, Evansville, Loyola of Chicago and Butler.
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