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By PAT O'MALLEY | January 12, 1994
Northern Arizona, one of the top club ice hockey teams in the country, will play Navy at Dahlgren Hall on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy at 4 p.m. tomorrow.It's a chance for local fans to catch some college hockey for nothing. There is no admission fee for Navy ice hockey.Ranked 16th by the American Collegiate Hockey Association, the Mids (8-1) last weekend knocked off the University of Maryland, 12-3, and No. 9-ranked Towson State, 4-1.Coach Jim Barry's Mids erupted for nine power-play goals in the third period Saturday to put away the Terps.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | February 3, 1993
Leading off today's "Q's without A's" session is a query about Anne Arundel Community College's women's basketball standout Tammy Brown.After being ejected from two games and involved in an off-court altercation, how is it that Brown continues to be a member of the Anne Arundel Community College women's basketball team?Is it because she is such an extraordinary talent (currently averaging 29.0 points) when she is under control?AACC coach Tom Smith, who coached Brown for one year at Broadneck as an interim coach, sat her down for Monday's game with Dundalk Community College, and the Pioneers prevailed, 50-42.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | February 1, 1993
After a furious second period that featured five goals -- three in 1 minute, 16 seconds -- Eastern Michigan University's defense tightened up in the third period and held on to beat Navy, 5-4, in the championship game of the 16th annual Crab Pot Ice Hockey Club Tournament at Dahlgren Hall in Annapolis.Making its first appearance at the Naval Academy, the Eagles (15-10) got a goal from junior forward Scott Ruffing with 14:29 left in the game and it held up.Navy coach Jim Barry, whose Mids (9-4-2)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
With the final seconds ticking away and the result not in doubt, a Midshipman warned his teammates to "keep your helmets on when we shake hands with those guys."It was good advice as Navy (9-3-2) rolled to a nasty 8-3 decision over the University of Maryland (11-8) in the first round of the 16th annual Crab Pot Ice Hockey Club Tournament at Dahlgren Hall in Annapolis.With seven different players scoring goals, Navy escaped with no serious injuries after what was a bruising, NHL-like brawl with the Terps.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | January 29, 1993
It won't be quite the show they're having Sunday in Pasadena, Calif., but to local ice hockey fans, the Crab Pot Championship is just as super.The Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys will be kicking off Super Bowl XXVII right around the time (6:18 p.m.) Navy's ice hockey club team hopes to be celebrating the championship of the 16th annual Crab Pot Tournament at Dahlgren Hall.Last February, fifth-year coach Jim Barry and his Mids attempted to repeat as Crab Pot champs for the first time since 1980-81 and take their sixth Pot overall since the inception of the tournament in 1978.
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By Pat O'Malley | February 14, 1992
Just thought I would fill you sports fans in on a few items that might be of interest.Let's start with three things that don't get a lot of attention, but certainly are worth mentioning: Navy ice hockey, Navy boxing and JV girls basketball.The Navy ice hockey club team is playing host to the Eastern Collegiate Division Championship of the American Collegiate Hockey Association this weekend. It's a four-team event, with Navy as the top seed.Coming off two impressive victories in Pennsylvania at West Chester, 4-2, and Villanova, 6-3, Navy ran its record to 14-3 overall.
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By Pat O'Malley | February 5, 1992
All right sports fans, I've got a diverse batch of Q's and A's for you today. We're going from ice hockey to boxing -- not to mention theusual meat-and-potatoes sports.If you have reaction to anything from this corner, positive or negative, give me a call on the 24-hourSportsline, 647-2499, and fire away.You know I'm always looking for your help and love when you call in with your big Q's.* Isn't the U.S. Naval Academy missing the boat by not elevating ice hockey from club status to a varsity team?
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | February 3, 1992
A goal by Mike Naidrich 15 seconds into overtime lifted the University of Maryland over defending champion Navy, 6-5, to upset the Mids in the 15th annual Crab Pot ice hockey tournament final yesterday in Annapolis.Maryland took the rubber match between these two club teams. Navy (12-3) lost early in the season to the Terps, 4-2, but tookthe rematch, 7-3, at Piney Orchard on the way to qualifying for the National Club Tournament, which will be in late February.Nearly 1,500 fans looked on at the Naval Academy's Dahlgren Hall as the Terps overcame deficits of 4-1 and 5-2 before rallying to tie the game with 8 minutes, 45 seconds to go in the third period.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | January 31, 1992
Coach Jim Barry and his Naval Academy Ice Hockey Club received the good news yesterday while preparing for its 15th annual Crab Pot Tournament this weekend at Dahlgren Hall.The Midshipmen's club team has qualified for the national tournament for the second year in a row,as the eighth and final seed.Sanctioned by the American Collegiate Hockey Association, the tournament is set for Feb. 26-29 at Penn State University.Navy (11-2) was ranked No. 10 last week by the ACHA, but two impressive victories over the College Militaire Royale of Canada, 9-4 and 6-4, along with last Saturday night's 7-1 romp at North Carolina State, convinced the pollsters that the Mids belonged.
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By Pat O'Malley | November 8, 1991
After a trip to the National Club Ice Hockey Tournament last season and a 15-6-2 campaign that included his team's first Crab Pot Tournament title since 1983, U.S. Naval Academy coach Jim Barry is anxious to watch that puck glide across the ice at Dahlgren Hall.Barry's Mids open their 1991-1992 season at home at 6 p.m. tomorrow against the University of Maryland. The Terps are off to a 5-1 start, and the fact that his Mids have yet to play has Barry concerned."Maryland is much improved from last year, and with six games under their belts, they should be pretty tough," said Barry, an economics professor at the academy who begins his fourth season at the helm of the Navy club hockey team.
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