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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2002
Conor Gill would be the first to admit he is not the flashiest player. You won't see Gill running past defenders, or dazzling with behind-the-back passes or other acrobatics. He is not the best ballhandler in traffic, and the velocity of his shots will not raise eyebrows. But try finding somebody better at reading a defense and finding a seam to exploit with a pinpoint pass. Try finding a more low-key, unselfish force on a collegiate lacrosse field. And try imagining the Virginia Cavaliers in this weekend's NCAA tournament semifinals without the steadying hand of the 6-foot-2, 200-pound senior attackman from St. Paul's School.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2013
Former Loyola College All-American Mark Frye is one of 10 people named to the US Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter's Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Frye is the last player in school history to earn All-America first-team honors in back-to-back seasons (1998-1999). His 93 career goals rank 11th in school Division I history, while his 41 assists are tied for 21st. Frye earned All-America second-team honors as a sophomore in 1997, finishing the season with 32 goals, 13 assists and 45 points.
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March 27, 1997
Conor Ford had three goals and an assist and Conor Gill had three assists and a goal as No. 7 St. Paul's (4-1) upset No. 3 Calvert Hall (3-1), 11-8, yesterday in an MIAA A Conference game. Pub Date: 3/27/97
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By DAVID SELIG | August 5, 2006
Matchup -- Bayhawks (4-6) @ Boston Cannons (7-3) Site -- Nickerson Field Time -- 7 Outlook -- The Bayhawks look for their second win against playoff-bound Boston in the team's final road game of the season. The Bayhawks shocked the Cannons, 19-12, July 8 at Johnny Unitas Stadium when rookie attackman Matt Ward scored a season-high six goals. That win got the Bayhawks back into the postseason hunt, but a loss at Philadelphia last Thursday all but ended their chances. The Bayhawks will need to win their final two games and hope for help to claim the Major Lacrosse League's final playoff spot.
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By DAVID SELIG | August 5, 2006
Matchup -- Bayhawks (4-6) @ Boston Cannons (7-3) Site -- Nickerson Field Time -- 7 Outlook -- The Bayhawks look for their second win against playoff-bound Boston in the team's final road game of the season. The Bayhawks shocked the Cannons, 19-12, July 8 at Johnny Unitas Stadium when rookie attackman Matt Ward scored a season-high six goals. That win got the Bayhawks back into the postseason hunt, but a loss at Philadelphia last Thursday all but ended their chances. The Bayhawks will need to win their final two games and hope for help to claim the Major Lacrosse League's final playoff spot.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 26, 1999
The U.S. team captured the men's under-19 world championship on July 10 in Adelaide, Australia, beating Canada, 14-7, in the final.Owen Daly, a McDonogh School graduate who is headed for Princeton, was named the tournament Most Valuable Player, as well as the All-World midfielder.Liam Banks, a sophomore at Syracuse, was the tournament's top scorer with 18 goals and 18 assists, and B.J. Prager, a sophomore at Princeton, was named the All-World attackman.Players with area ties on the team included attackmen Andrew Faraone (Gilman)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 28, 1999
Virginia swept the Atlantic Coast Conference's postseason lacrosse awards this week with senior attackman Tucker Radebaugh (St. Paul's) named Player of the Year, freshman attackman Conor Gill (St. Paul's) honored as Freshman of the Year and Dom Starsia being voted Coach of the Year.Radebaugh, a unanimous selection to the All-ACC team, leads the conference in scoring with 47 points and in goals scored with 29. He is second in assists with 18. Radebaugh is a two-time first-team All-ACC selection and was a 1999 preseason first-team All-America nominee.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 20, 1999
Senior midfielder Alex Kopicki scored two goals and had three assists and sophomore Brendan Gill scored three goals to lead fourth-ranked St. Paul's to a 13-5 victory yesterday over Landon of Bethesda, ranked No. 1 in the Washington area.Eight players contributed offensively for the Crusaders (1-0), including Conor Ford (two goals, one assist), Tim Reed (two goals) and Trey Whitty (one goal, two assists). Doug Mueller and Jay Wich had a goal and an assist each against Landon, which was 16-3 last season and won its 18th straight Interstate Athletic Conference crown.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 29, 1998
St. Paul's found the perfect remedy for a stagnant offense: get the ball to the area's best player.Conor Gill, considered one of the premier players in the country, scored six unassisted goals to trigger a 13-goal second half, as the host No. 4 Crusaders sprinted past No. 3 Loyola, 15-9, yesterday in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game. St. Paul's (9-3, 6-3) clinched the third seed over the Dons (11-4, 5-4) in the six-team conference playoffs, which begin next week.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 16, 1997
McDonogh's offense has lulled many opponents into a trance this season with a tempo that enables spectators to go for a hot dog without missing a shot.The Eagles' deliberate attack tried putting a spell on visiting St. Paul's yesterday afternoon, but the Crusaders refused to submit.St. Paul's junior goalie Alec Schweizer kept his front line focused with some chatter, and his 13 saves spoke volumes for the No. 5-ranked Crusaders, who hung on for a 6-5 victory."I thought our defense did a great job of staying awake today," said Schweizer, who made three huge saves down the stretch.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2002
Conor Gill would be the first to admit he is not the flashiest player. You won't see Gill running past defenders, or dazzling with behind-the-back passes or other acrobatics. He is not the best ballhandler in traffic, and the velocity of his shots will not raise eyebrows. But try finding somebody better at reading a defense and finding a seam to exploit with a pinpoint pass. Try finding a more low-key, unselfish force on a collegiate lacrosse field. And try imagining the Virginia Cavaliers in this weekend's NCAA tournament semifinals without the steadying hand of the 6-foot-2, 200-pound senior attackman from St. Paul's School.
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By John Galinsky and John Galinsky,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 12, 2000
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- The Virginia men's lacrosse team may have won the national championship last year, but the buzz in the lacrosse world was that the Cavaliers would be even better this season. Problem is, they might have believed it. The Cavaliers, by their own admission, played lethargically in their 2000 debut against Syracuse last week, but yesterday they showed that the preseason prognostications may be accurate. Dominating every facet of the game, No. 2 Virginia routed No. 3 Princeton, 15-8, at Klockner Stadium.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 26, 1999
The U.S. team captured the men's under-19 world championship on July 10 in Adelaide, Australia, beating Canada, 14-7, in the final.Owen Daly, a McDonogh School graduate who is headed for Princeton, was named the tournament Most Valuable Player, as well as the All-World midfielder.Liam Banks, a sophomore at Syracuse, was the tournament's top scorer with 18 goals and 18 assists, and B.J. Prager, a sophomore at Princeton, was named the All-World attackman.Players with area ties on the team included attackmen Andrew Faraone (Gilman)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 28, 1999
Virginia swept the Atlantic Coast Conference's postseason lacrosse awards this week with senior attackman Tucker Radebaugh (St. Paul's) named Player of the Year, freshman attackman Conor Gill (St. Paul's) honored as Freshman of the Year and Dom Starsia being voted Coach of the Year.Radebaugh, a unanimous selection to the All-ACC team, leads the conference in scoring with 47 points and in goals scored with 29. He is second in assists with 18. Radebaugh is a two-time first-team All-ACC selection and was a 1999 preseason first-team All-America nominee.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 20, 1999
Senior midfielder Alex Kopicki scored two goals and had three assists and sophomore Brendan Gill scored three goals to lead fourth-ranked St. Paul's to a 13-5 victory yesterday over Landon of Bethesda, ranked No. 1 in the Washington area.Eight players contributed offensively for the Crusaders (1-0), including Conor Ford (two goals, one assist), Tim Reed (two goals) and Trey Whitty (one goal, two assists). Doug Mueller and Jay Wich had a goal and an assist each against Landon, which was 16-3 last season and won its 18th straight Interstate Athletic Conference crown.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 29, 1998
St. Paul's found the perfect remedy for a stagnant offense: get the ball to the area's best player.Conor Gill, considered one of the premier players in the country, scored six unassisted goals to trigger a 13-goal second half, as the host No. 4 Crusaders sprinted past No. 3 Loyola, 15-9, yesterday in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game. St. Paul's (9-3, 6-3) clinched the third seed over the Dons (11-4, 5-4) in the six-team conference playoffs, which begin next week.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2013
Former Loyola College All-American Mark Frye is one of 10 people named to the US Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter's Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Frye is the last player in school history to earn All-America first-team honors in back-to-back seasons (1998-1999). His 93 career goals rank 11th in school Division I history, while his 41 assists are tied for 21st. Frye earned All-America second-team honors as a sophomore in 1997, finishing the season with 32 goals, 13 assists and 45 points.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 7, 1997
Calvert Hall's up-and-down lacrosse season was reflected in yesterday's MIAA A Conference quarterfinal game at No. 4 St. Paul's. The No. 6 Cardinals were up, down, all tied up (five times), and finally, up for good in taking a 15-14 win.Tom Tamberrino (three goals, two assists), Adam Borcz (three, one), Dan Lamonica (one, three), Nick Poraino (two, one) and Bernie Norton (two goals) were among 10 different contributors for the No. 6 Cardinals (10-5), who avenged an earlier three-goal loss to the Crusaders (10-5)
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