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August 15, 1998
BaseballCubs: Sent OF Pedro Valdes to Triple-A Iowa on a rehabilitation ** assignment.Indians: Optioned IF Enrique Wilson to Triple-A Buffalo.Padres: Recalled OF James Mouton from Triple-A Las Vegas.CollegeJacksonville State University: Announced Brandon Johnson (Cardinal Gibbons) had been hired as men's assistant basketball coach after he resigned from a similar position at Clayton State.FootballBengals: Re-signed OT Kevin Sargent.HockeyFlyers: Signed C Rod Brind'Amour to a three-year contract.
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Sports Digest | August 17, 2014
Men's college soccer NCAA Division I runner-up Maryland leads a trio of local schools in College Soccer News' preseason top-30 rankings. The third-ranked Terps come in behind only defending national champion Notre Dame, which beat them for the title in December, and Virginia, which they beat in the NCAA semifinals. Maryland and coach Sasho Cirovski will be without two-time Hermann Trophy winner Patrick Mullins but return a young, talented defense featuring goalkeeper Zach Steffen and outside backs Chris Odoi-Atsem and Suli Dainkeh . UMBC, ranked No. 20, returns eight starters from last season's America East regular-season and tournament championship team.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland | April 19, 2000
Columbia's Brian West (Centennial, Virginia), who was unexpectedly cut a couple of weeks ago from the U.S. Olympic men's soccer team, was named yesterday to the country's full national team for its friendly match April 26 against Russia in Moscow. West, 21, an emerging midfielder for Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew, was one of three U.S.-based pros added to coach Bruce Arena's team for the first game ever for the American men in Russia. He set up the Crew's winning goal against the Metro-Stars last weekend.
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By From Sun staff and news services | July 19, 2009
WNBA Harding's late free throws lift Mystics over Liberty, 68-67 Lindsey Harding scored 23 points, including two free throws with 8.2 seconds left, to lead the Washington Mystics (7-6) to a 68-67 victory over the visiting New York Liberty (4-8) in the WNBA on Saturday night. Harding had seven rebounds and five assists for the Mystics, who got 13 points from Alana Beard and seven points apiece from former Maryland stars Marissa Coleman and Crystal Langhorne. Et cetera 69 earns Bajkowski medal at Match Play qualifying Two-time champion Lance Bajkowski shot a 2-under-par 69 at Clifton Park Golf Course to win the medal in the qualifying round of the Match Play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation.
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By Beau Dure and Beau Dure,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | March 26, 1999
What did we learn from Major League Soccer's opening weekend?First, the trio that has ruled MLS -- two-time champion D.C. United, defending champion Chicago and regular-season marvel Los Angeles -- showed only faint signs of releasing its grip on the league. United demolished Tampa Bay, and Chicago overcame some early jitters to get a road win at San Jose.The only member of the Big Three to struggle was Los Angeles, which needed a shootout to get past the Colorado Rapids.Second, there's trouble in Kansas City.
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By From Sun staff and news services | July 19, 2009
WNBA Harding's late free throws lift Mystics over Liberty, 68-67 Lindsey Harding scored 23 points, including two free throws with 8.2 seconds left, to lead the Washington Mystics (7-6) to a 68-67 victory over the visiting New York Liberty (4-8) in the WNBA on Saturday night. Harding had seven rebounds and five assists for the Mystics, who got 13 points from Alana Beard and seven points apiece from former Maryland stars Marissa Coleman and Crystal Langhorne. Et cetera 69 earns Bajkowski medal at Match Play qualifying Two-time champion Lance Bajkowski shot a 2-under-par 69 at Clifton Park Golf Course to win the medal in the qualifying round of the Match Play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | June 7, 1997
Two of the most dominant players in the history of women's soccer will be competing at RFK Stadium in Washington tomorrow as the United States plays Italy in the finale of this year's U.S. Women's Cup.American Mia Hamm, 25, widely called the best all-around player today, and Italy's Carolina Morace, 33, a remarkably consistent scorer for nearly two decades, will be the individual attractions in the 12: 30 p.m. game (ESPN).Both teams figure to arrive undefeated in the four-nation, friendly tournament co-sponsored by the Maryland and Virginia Youth Soccer Associations.
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Sports Digest | August 17, 2014
Men's college soccer NCAA Division I runner-up Maryland leads a trio of local schools in College Soccer News' preseason top-30 rankings. The third-ranked Terps come in behind only defending national champion Notre Dame, which beat them for the title in December, and Virginia, which they beat in the NCAA semifinals. Maryland and coach Sasho Cirovski will be without two-time Hermann Trophy winner Patrick Mullins but return a young, talented defense featuring goalkeeper Zach Steffen and outside backs Chris Odoi-Atsem and Suli Dainkeh . UMBC, ranked No. 20, returns eight starters from last season's America East regular-season and tournament championship team.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1997
The laboratory in team chemistry that the U.S. national men's soccer team has become will resume in next Thursday's game against Ecuador at Memorial Stadium.U.S. coach Steve Sampson announced the roster for that game yesterday, a 17-man squad that includes 12 players who haven't seen national duty in at least six months, many of them for longer.The players are being called up from five of Major League Soccer's 10 franchises, but none of the three regulars from this area's representative, D.C. United, is among them.
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July 4, 1997
BaseballAngels: Placed RHP Mike James on 15-day DL. Called up C Todd Greene from Triple-A Vancouver.Expos: Activated C Darrin Fletcher from the 15-day disabled list.Indians: Signed LHP Angel Miranda to minor-league contract.National League: Reduced suspension of Florida Marlins LHP Dennis Cook from three games to two for throwing at Andres Galarraga May 31.Mets: Purchased the contract of C Todd Pratt from Triple-A Norfolk. Optioned IF Jason Hardtke.Padres: Activated LHP Sterling Hitchcock from 15-day DL. Placed RHP Doug Bochtler on 15-day DL.White Sox: Activated INF Norberto Martin from 15-day DL. Optioned 1B Mario Valdez to Triple-A Nashville.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland | April 19, 2000
Columbia's Brian West (Centennial, Virginia), who was unexpectedly cut a couple of weeks ago from the U.S. Olympic men's soccer team, was named yesterday to the country's full national team for its friendly match April 26 against Russia in Moscow. West, 21, an emerging midfielder for Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew, was one of three U.S.-based pros added to coach Bruce Arena's team for the first game ever for the American men in Russia. He set up the Crew's winning goal against the Metro-Stars last weekend.
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By Beau Dure and Beau Dure,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | March 26, 1999
What did we learn from Major League Soccer's opening weekend?First, the trio that has ruled MLS -- two-time champion D.C. United, defending champion Chicago and regular-season marvel Los Angeles -- showed only faint signs of releasing its grip on the league. United demolished Tampa Bay, and Chicago overcame some early jitters to get a road win at San Jose.The only member of the Big Three to struggle was Los Angeles, which needed a shootout to get past the Colorado Rapids.Second, there's trouble in Kansas City.
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August 15, 1998
BaseballCubs: Sent OF Pedro Valdes to Triple-A Iowa on a rehabilitation ** assignment.Indians: Optioned IF Enrique Wilson to Triple-A Buffalo.Padres: Recalled OF James Mouton from Triple-A Las Vegas.CollegeJacksonville State University: Announced Brandon Johnson (Cardinal Gibbons) had been hired as men's assistant basketball coach after he resigned from a similar position at Clayton State.FootballBengals: Re-signed OT Kevin Sargent.HockeyFlyers: Signed C Rod Brind'Amour to a three-year contract.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | June 7, 1997
Two of the most dominant players in the history of women's soccer will be competing at RFK Stadium in Washington tomorrow as the United States plays Italy in the finale of this year's U.S. Women's Cup.American Mia Hamm, 25, widely called the best all-around player today, and Italy's Carolina Morace, 33, a remarkably consistent scorer for nearly two decades, will be the individual attractions in the 12: 30 p.m. game (ESPN).Both teams figure to arrive undefeated in the four-nation, friendly tournament co-sponsored by the Maryland and Virginia Youth Soccer Associations.
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By Glenn P. Graham | January 12, 2002
Former McDonogh School standout Devin Barclay and Arundel High grad Kyle Beckerman have found new homes in Major League Soccer, which held allocation and dispersal drafts yesterday after the Miami and Tampa Bay franchises ceased operations earlier in the week. Barclay, an 18-year-old forward formerly with the Tampa Bay Mutiny, was the eighth selection of the San Jose Earthquakes. Beckerman, 19, was chosen by the Colorado Rapids with the 11th pick in the subsequent dispersal draft after starting out with the Miami Fusion.
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September 9, 1998
Meet Eric WynaldaEric Wynalda of Major League Soccer's San Jose Clash is lightning fast! "Eric is so skilled and so sneaky that he can score at anytime," says Marcelo Balboa of the Colorado Rapids.Earlier this summer, Eric played on the U.S. team in the World Cup. He is the team's all-time leading scorer.When Eric was a kid, he had difficulty reading. But he worked hard to overcome his problem. Today, reading is his favorite hobby!Strath Haven High was trailing Penncrest High, 46-47, with one second left to play.
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