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February 10, 1998
Junior Ashlee Courter scored a game-high 24 points, including six three-pointers, and added six assists to help No. 10-ranked Mercy (17-7, 8-3) to a 65-46 girls basketball victory over visiting No. 16 St. Frances (16-9) in a Catholic League game yesterday.The Magic started strong and never looked back, leading from ZTC start to finish. It was Mercy's second win this year over the Panthers.Junior Jamie Vogtman added 10 points and nine rebounds for the Magic. Senior Nillion Lambert scored a team-high 17 points for St. Frances.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2003
There is very little flash and a lot of substance to Danielle Moore's basketball game at Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C. Forget the ESPN highlights show. The 6-foot sophomore small forward likes to take the most direct route to the basket. "My favorite shot is a layup," said Moore yesterday before leaving for a road game against Fayetteville (N.C.) State. "I like to penetrate the lane for a shot or pass off to a teammate. I also score off rebounds." That's why Moore (Bryn Mawr)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2002
In Arlington, Va., Ashlee Courter puts on basketball passing shows every time she steps on the court. The difference between Marymount University's Courter and most players is that the former Mercy standout does her passing wizardry from the power forward position. That's right. The 5-foot-10 junior leads one of the top Division III women's program's in the nation (Sweet 16 last season) in assists with 3.7 a game. What makes Courter's feat even more unusual is that she is third on the team in scoring (10.6 points)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2003
Nothing much has changed for Ashlee Courter since Marymount University's drive to the NCAA Division III final four last March. The 5-foot-10 senior forward from Mercy High is still something of a magician with the basketball in her hands, and will go down as one of the most complete players in the history of the Arlington, Va., school. "She has four eyes in her head, two in the front and two in the back," said Marymount coach Bill Finney. "And they're all 20-20." And Courter is again in the midst of a strong final-four charge, much wiser for the experience she gained last season in an 80-57 loss to a physical Wisconsin-Stevens Point team in the national semifinals.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2002
"I think I'm still overwhelmed by it all," Ashlee Courter said this week in describing Marymount University's first trip in school history to the NCAA Division III women's Final Four. "From the moment we boarded the plane [at Reagan National] and the pilot announced we were on the flight, it was a special trip," said Courter, whose basketball career has flourished at the Arlington, Va., school after attending Mercy High. "People were asking us for our autographs," said the junior forward.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2003
Nothing much has changed for Ashlee Courter since Marymount University's drive to the NCAA Division III final four last March. The 5-foot-10 senior forward from Mercy High is still something of a magician with the basketball in her hands, and will go down as one of the most complete players in the history of the Arlington, Va., school. "She has four eyes in her head, two in the front and two in the back," said Marymount coach Bill Finney. "And they're all 20-20." And Courter is again in the midst of a strong final-four charge, much wiser for the experience she gained last season in an 80-57 loss to a physical Wisconsin-Stevens Point team in the national semifinals.
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By Evansville (Ind.) Courier | June 6, 1991
ROOTING out of public life all conceivable appearance of conflict of interest is sometimes a needless distraction from getting things done. But James Courter got it right the other day when he canceled his consulting contract with a major defense company.Courter is a key figure in the long-running struggle to closemilitary bases. . . .Closing bases is such a sensitive issue that members of $H Congress in 1988 created the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission to take politics out of the closing process.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1998
Ashlee Courter remembered, as did Jamie Vogtman, coach Mary Ella Marion and the rest of the Mercy Magic. Consider it a lesson well-learned.They all recalled enjoying a 16-point, third-quarter lead against Archbishop Spalding earlier in the season, only to see the visiting Cavaliers rally to take a lead in the fourth quarter before Mercy eventually recovered for a four-point win.Last night, the Magic got another 16-point lead and took it into halftime....
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1997
Top-ranked Mercy, faced with two tough games on successive days, took care of the first one last night, using a height advantage to put down outmanned Fallston in the final three minutes, 73-64.Now the Magic (20-2) must make a return trip to Harford County this afternoon to face No. 6 John Carroll in a Catholic League game in Bel Air.Mercy, in and out of trouble in the first half, seemingly took charge of Fallston (16-2) during a third quarter that produced a 9-0 burst, saw Ashlee Courter get nine of her 17 points, and ended with a 61-50 cushion.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1998
Ashlee Courter remembered, as did Jamie Vogtman, coach Mary Ella Marion and the rest of the Mercy Magic.They all recalled enjoying a 16-point third quarter lead against Archbishop Spalding earlier in the season, only to see the visiting Cavaliers rally to take a lead in the fourth quarter before Mercy eventually recovered for a four-point win.So when the No. 10-ranked Magic took another 16-point lead at the halftime break yesterday afternoon in Severn, the...
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | July 5, 2002
WIMBLEDON, England - Those who follow tennis are probably asking what is David Nalbandian of Argentina doing in today's men's semifinals? To be honest, Nalbandian is kind of surprised, too. How did it happen that a baseliner from a country with seven grass courts got so far, so fast in his first Wimbledon men's main draw? "I don't know," Nalbandian said after he defeated Ecuador's Nicolas Lapentti in yesterday's all-South American quarterfinal, 6-4, 6-4, 4-6, 4-6, 6-4. But it's that kind of men's tournament at this year's Wimbledon, where the unexpected or near-unexpected takes place every day. Today's semifinal presents one match that is predictable - No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt of Australia against No. 4 Tim Henman of Britain - and one match that is somewhat unbelievable, Nalbandian against Belgium's Xavier Malisse.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2002
"I think I'm still overwhelmed by it all," Ashlee Courter said this week in describing Marymount University's first trip in school history to the NCAA Division III women's Final Four. "From the moment we boarded the plane [at Reagan National] and the pilot announced we were on the flight, it was a special trip," said Courter, whose basketball career has flourished at the Arlington, Va., school after attending Mercy High. "People were asking us for our autographs," said the junior forward.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2002
What's this? A fist-pumping, headline-craving, limelight loving offensive tackle from the usually staid Ivy League who just might be playing in the NFL next season. Yes, it's true. His name is Jeff Hatch, and he looks the part of a tough offensive lineman, standing 6 feet 7 and weighing 316 pounds. The former Severn School football and basketball standout has just concluded a four-year career at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Division I-AA All-America pick this past season.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2002
In Arlington, Va., Ashlee Courter puts on basketball passing shows every time she steps on the court. The difference between Marymount University's Courter and most players is that the former Mercy standout does her passing wizardry from the power forward position. That's right. The 5-foot-10 junior leads one of the top Division III women's program's in the nation (Sweet 16 last season) in assists with 3.7 a game. What makes Courter's feat even more unusual is that she is third on the team in scoring (10.6 points)
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February 10, 1998
Junior Ashlee Courter scored a game-high 24 points, including six three-pointers, and added six assists to help No. 10-ranked Mercy (17-7, 8-3) to a 65-46 girls basketball victory over visiting No. 16 St. Frances (16-9) in a Catholic League game yesterday.The Magic started strong and never looked back, leading from ZTC start to finish. It was Mercy's second win this year over the Panthers.Junior Jamie Vogtman added 10 points and nine rebounds for the Magic. Senior Nillion Lambert scored a team-high 17 points for St. Frances.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1998
Ashlee Courter remembered, as did Jamie Vogtman, coach Mary Ella Marion and the rest of the Mercy Magic. Consider it a lesson well-learned.They all recalled enjoying a 16-point, third-quarter lead against Archbishop Spalding earlier in the season, only to see the visiting Cavaliers rally to take a lead in the fourth quarter before Mercy eventually recovered for a four-point win.Last night, the Magic got another 16-point lead and took it into halftime....
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2002
What's this? A fist-pumping, headline-craving, limelight loving offensive tackle from the usually staid Ivy League who just might be playing in the NFL next season. Yes, it's true. His name is Jeff Hatch, and he looks the part of a tough offensive lineman, standing 6 feet 7 and weighing 316 pounds. The former Severn School football and basketball standout has just concluded a four-year career at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Division I-AA All-America pick this past season.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2003
There is very little flash and a lot of substance to Danielle Moore's basketball game at Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C. Forget the ESPN highlights show. The 6-foot sophomore small forward likes to take the most direct route to the basket. "My favorite shot is a layup," said Moore yesterday before leaving for a road game against Fayetteville (N.C.) State. "I like to penetrate the lane for a shot or pass off to a teammate. I also score off rebounds." That's why Moore (Bryn Mawr)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1998
Ashlee Courter remembered, as did Jamie Vogtman, coach Mary Ella Marion and the rest of the Mercy Magic.They all recalled enjoying a 16-point third quarter lead against Archbishop Spalding earlier in the season, only to see the visiting Cavaliers rally to take a lead in the fourth quarter before Mercy eventually recovered for a four-point win.So when the No. 10-ranked Magic took another 16-point lead at the halftime break yesterday afternoon in Severn, the...
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN STAFF | January 13, 1998
Four seconds were left on the clock last night at Mercy and finally there was nothing a determined Archbishop Spalding team could do but watch.The host Magic had a two-point lead and standout junior center Jamie Vogtman, who had done a little of everything throughout the game, fittingly was at the free-throw line for two.It wasn't until her second one dropped after spending some time rattling around the rim that the No. 7-ranked Magic could feel secure in...
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