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By MIKE PRESTON | May 21, 2005
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND men's lacrosse coach Dave Cottle is no different from any other coach. When things are bad, he swears he can ignore the criticism. He didn't see those letters in the campus newspaper ripping him. He didn't hear any of the boo birds. He didn't wake up after losses to Virginia and Johns Hopkins believing the whole world was against him. "The only pressure I feel is the pressure I put on myself," Cottle said as his team prepared to meet Georgetown in the Division I quarterfinals tomorrow in Princeton, N.J. "I don't feel pressure from other people.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2014
Of the 287 goals Paul Rabil has scored as a midfielder for Johns Hopkins and the Boston Cannons, 62 have been assisted. Not counted there is a big assist from a longtime rival of Rabil's: Dave Cottle. After deciding to pursue lacrosse, Rabil transferred to DeMatha High in Hyattsville following his freshman year at Watkins Mill in Gaithersburg. He then attended a lacrosse camp where Cottle was coaching. Rabil recalled how Cottle challenged the roughly 200 campers to take 100 shots per day. "Everyone's like, 'Psh, no way,'" Rabil said as the keynote speaker of The Baltimore Sun High School Athletes of the Year luncheon on May 28. "And he's like, 'It's got to be a real 100 shots, counting holidays, counting blizzards.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 18, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - Coach Dave Cottle has never bragged about his lacrosse teams at either the University of Maryland or Loyola College, but he feels pretty good about his No. 2 Terps right now. It's a major difference from a year ago, when he was barely into his first season in College Park as a replacement for longtime Maryland coach Dick Edell. "We're deeper now. We've got more experienced middies," said Cottle, whose Terps were 9-4 last year. "We're better than most teams, but not as good as some.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2014
An 8-7 double-overtime loss to the Rochester Rattlers a week ago left the Chesapeake Bayhawks with their fifth defeat in six games. But the play of the defense planted a few seeds for hope. The unit allowed a season low in goals and also limited a Rochester offense that had scored 18 goals in a rout of the Florida Launch on June 1. Chesapeake goalkeeper Kip Turner, an Annapolis native and Severn School graduate, made a season-high 18 saves. “Rochester scored 18 goals the week before, and we held them to seven through overtime,” Bayhawks coach Dave Cottle said during a league-wide conference call on Wednesday.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Sun Staff Writer | March 20, 1994
Loyola College's sixth-ranked lacrosse team was genuinely worried about its home game with No. 15 Rutgers yesterday."This is a big game for us," Greyhounds assistant coach Bill Dirrgl said nervously before the faceoff.He could have relaxed.Steadily improving Loyola won easily, 17-6, dominating every phase of the game. It was the 100th win for coach Dave Cottle in 12 years at Evergreen.Rutgers (1-3) never has beaten Loyola (4-0) in five tries.Mark O'Brien led Loyola scorers with four goals and Derek Radebaugh had three.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 27, 2004
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Maryland head coach Dave Cottle was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year while attackman Joe Walters garnered Player of the Year accolades. Walters, the 2003 ACC Rookie of the Year, leads the league in scoring with 51 points and goals with 36 this season. The sophomore was named to the All-ACC team this year and was also voted the ACC Championship Most Valuable Player. Walters tallied six goals and one assist in the championship game to lead Maryland to its first ACC title since 1998.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - The exercise in rebellion appears to have passed quietly among the men's lacrosse players at the University of Maryland. Former Loyola coach Dave Cottle, whose hiring on Wednesday sparked an outcry from a team that felt its voice was not heard by the administration that brought Cottle on board, said yesterday he expects a full turnout on Monday night for the first fall practice under his watch. Initially, Cottle met stiff resistance from his 45-man team, which had urged the school's search committee not to hire him and instead select Terps women's lacrosse assistant Gary Gait or longtime men's assistant Dave Slafkosky.
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By MIKE PRESTON | May 28, 2006
Philadelphia-- --University of Maryland coach Dave Cottle denied any frustration, but it has to be nagging him inside. College lacrosse's version of the final four has become a black Saturday for Cottle and the Terps. After advancing to the semifinals for the third time in four years, No. 2-seeded Maryland was eliminated again as the Terps lost, 8-5, to unseeded Massachusetts at Lincoln Financial Field. In two previous semifinal appearances under Cottle, the Terps were underdogs in losing to Virginia in 2003 and Duke last year, but they were expected to dust off Massachusetts on their way to the championship game against top-ranked Virginia tomorrow.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 17, 2000
Dave Cottle could feel an upset brewing. In his eyes, the Greyhounds had won the hard way too often during another fine regular season. They usually did not win enough faceoffs, make enough saves or take enough shots to make him comfortable. They lacked athleticism at the defensive end, forcing them to fall back on positioning and stickwork, rather than gamble by extending their unit to pressure the ball and force turnovers. They had relied too much on their extra-man unit to generate offense.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | February 24, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - Danny McCormick was on campus for about one day in September 1998 when a Maryland lacrosse teammate heard his first name, saw the map of Ireland on his face and tagged him with the nickname "Noonan." Yes, he bears a likeness to the actor who played the young hero in "Caddyshack," that classic bit of sports cinema that skewered golf. Danny Noonan made the big putt, but how McCormick stacks up under pressure in the Terps' goal remains unknown because the Dave Cottle era at Maryland opened yesterday with a 13-6 romp over Hobart at the Artificial Turf Field.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2013
Dave Cottle doesn't mince words. In the same conference call Wednesday in which he declared that the Chesapeake Bayhawks were “not afraid” of the Major League Lacrosse-leading Denver Outlaws, the Chesapeake Bayhawks coach colorfully described his thoughts on the Charlotte Hounds' three-game winning streak heading into Saturday's regular-season finale at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. “I don't care about Charlotte's momentum. That means nothing to me,” Cottle said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2013
Despite already having clinched a berth in the four-team Major League Lacrosse playoffs, the reigning league champion Chesapeake Bayhawks still have something to play for in their regular-season finale against the Charlotte Hounds this Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. If the Bayhawks (8-5) beat Charlotte and the Hamilton Nationals (9-4) lose to the league-leading Denver Outlaws (13-0), Chesapeake would earn the No. 2 seed and a semifinal game against Hamilton on Aug. 24 at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. If the Hounds (7-6)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2013
Since 2006, the Chesapeake Bayhawks have won eight of 12 meetings with the Rochester Rattlers, including a 17-14 victory on April 27. But that game was the season opener for both teams, and Rochester has changed drastically since then. After a 1-3 start, the Rattlers have split their last eight meetings and - with a 5-7 record - are among five teams battling for the final two berths in Major League Lacrosse's four-team playoff. Rochester's offense has been buoyed by a pair of rookie midfielders in David Lawson and John Ranagan (Johns Hopkins)
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2013
A former Baltimore County firefighter from Owings Mills was sentenced in federal court to 16 years in prison late Thursday for recording his sexual abuse of two boys and soliciting and storing images of several others, according to Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein's office. Anthony Maurice Cottle, 24, sexually abused two boys last summer while living in the family home of one of them in Halethorpe, police and prosecutors said. He also produced videos depicting both of the boys' genitals, and him performing a sex act on one of the boys, prosecutors said.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
A former firefighter for the Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Department received a 15-year sentence Monday for sexually abusing a teenage boy prosecutors said he mentored in a training program at the station. Anthony M. Cottle, 24, who worked with youth the station, is also awaiting sentencing in federal court on related charges. His attorney, John Grason Turnbull III, declined to comment Monday. Prosecutors said Cottle engaged in sexual acts with the boy numerous times, sometimes videotaping their encounters, and had moved in with the boy and his mother after she believed Cottle would be a positive male role model.
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By Aaron Kasinitz, The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2013
When he first arrived in College Park in the fall of 2007, Drew Snider didn't feel comfortable. The Seattle native attended Maryland to play for one of the nation's most storied lacrosse programs, but he didn't know anyone on the East Coast. Snider also struggled to get acclimated to both the college lifestyle and the speed of college lacrosse. So coach Dave Cottle called the young midfielder into his office for a meeting that fall. Cottle The Terps ' coach explained that the team would make Snider feel at home and encouraged him to channel his emotions into productivity on the field.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
A former firefighter for the Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Department received a 15-year sentence Monday for sexually abusing a teenage boy prosecutors said he mentored in a training program at the station. Anthony M. Cottle, 24, who worked with youth the station, is also awaiting sentencing in federal court on related charges. His attorney, John Grason Turnbull III, declined to comment Monday. Prosecutors said Cottle engaged in sexual acts with the boy numerous times, sometimes videotaping their encounters, and had moved in with the boy and his mother after she believed Cottle would be a positive male role model.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 19, 1997
Imagine watching the lacrosse Final Four in downtown Baltimore.A Memorial Day weekend not having to drive to College Park or New Jersey. A Memorial Day weekend of the biggest lacrosse games of the year at the new Camden Yards football stadium.That's the dream of Loyola coach Dave Cottle."The Maryland Stadium Authority is pursuing to apply for postseason play in the new football stadium," Cottle said. "The lacrosse community would welcome a Final Four in Baltimore."It would mark only the second time this city has played host to the lacrosse Final Four and the first since 1975 when the games were played at Johns Hopkins.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse | June 5, 2013
Tim Goettelmann, one of Major League Lacrosse's inaugural players, will suit up for the  Chesapeake Bayhawks on Thursday night against the New York Lizards - the team for which he has played his entire 11-year MLL career. Goettelmann, 35, had announced his retirement from the league in January 2012, but he confirmed he is back in a phone interview Wednesday morning. And his nickname, "Monster," might not fit. Goettelmann has slimmed down to 205 pounds and has been training with an MMA fighter.
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Sports Digest | May 10, 2013
Men's soccer Former pro Woodward dies of cancer at 64 Former soccer player and coach Dennis "Otis" Woodward died of cancer Thursday morning. He was 64. Woodward was born in Highlandtown and lived there until his family moved to Perry Hall. He graduated from Poly in 1966, and worked for the City of Baltimore for nearly 45 years as a municipal employee. Woodward played amateur soccer for St. Elizabeth's, St. Gerard's, Dnipro, Tom's Produce and Casa Bianca from 1967 to 1977.
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