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By Sports Digest | November 22, 2009
Crystal Palace Baltimore announced Friday that it will compete next year in a new, yet-to-be-named professional league that was formed earlier this month. Crystal Palace, which has competed in the Second Division of the United Soccer Leagues since 2007, brings to nine the number of teams that will participate in the recently created outdoor league. The others are the Atlanta Silverbacks, Carolina Railhawks, Miami FC, Minnesota Thunder, Montreal Impact, St. Louis Soccer United, Tampa Bay Rowdies and Vancouver Whitecaps.
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By Sports Digest | December 4, 2010
Crystal palace baltimore Team will not play next season, eyes return in 2012 Crystal Palace Baltimore announced Friday that it will not be fielding a team in the North American Soccer League during the 2011 season in order to restructure with an intended relaunch for the 2012 NASL season. The relaunch will include a complete rebranding of the club to coincide with opening a soccer facility in downtown Baltimore. In addition, the club announced that it is ending its four-year relationship with Crystal Palace FC of England's Championship Division.
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By From Sun staff reports | March 28, 2010
Tickets are on sale for Crystal Palace Baltimore's 2010 home season. Seats at UMBC Stadium to see the United States Soccer Federation Division 2 Professional League NASL Conference team play cost $16 ($14 for groups of 10 or more); "Flex Season Ticket" packages of 18 tickets are $188. The flex packages allow fans to use one ticket each for 18 games, all 18 tickets for a single game, or any other combination. Tickets may be purchased at palacebaltimore.com/tickets or by calling 410-933-8326.
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By Sports Digest | August 24, 2010
Women's college basketball Maryland names Campbell director of operations Maryland announced that Chris Campbell is the new director of operations for women's basketball. Campbell was an assistant coach at Delaware from 2008 to 2010 and is a Maryland native. "We feel very fortunate to be able to hire someone of Chris' caliber," coach Brenda Frese said. "He's very bright and really going to bring a lot to our program. His local ties are a bonus; he'll be another member of our staff that brings even more people into supporting our program.
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By Sports Digest | June 19, 2010
Et cetera Palace Baltimore to play at Calvert Hall next Saturday Crystal Palace Baltimore's next home game, a USSF D-2 Pro League contest against the Minnesota Stars, will be played next Saturday at 5p.m. at Paul Angelo Russo Stadium at Calvert Hall. The venue, which was the high school field for former Cardinal and current Palace Baltimore player Pat Healey, has seating for 3,000 and standing room for 5,000. CP Baltimore (3-6-2) will play tonight at 7:30 at the Carolina RailHawks (3-2-4)
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By Sports Digest | June 25, 2010
Soccer Palace Baltimore to hold viewing party for U.S.-Ghana Crystal Palace Baltimore, in conjunction with ASG Sports, will hold a viewing party for the U.S.-Ghana game Saturday in the World Cup round of 16 before its own home game against the Minnesota Stars at Calvert Hall's Paul Angelo Russo Stadium. The viewing party will begin at 2 p.m., and Palace Baltimore's game is set for a 5 p.m. kickoff. Et Cetera Baltimore's Fain to play for world title in women's football Tarsha Fain , a Baltimore native and a member of the USA Football women's national team, will be embarking for Stockholm with her team to compete in the women's world championship.
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By Sports Digest | December 4, 2010
Crystal palace baltimore Team will not play next season, eyes return in 2012 Crystal Palace Baltimore announced Friday that it will not be fielding a team in the North American Soccer League during the 2011 season in order to restructure with an intended relaunch for the 2012 NASL season. The relaunch will include a complete rebranding of the club to coincide with opening a soccer facility in downtown Baltimore. In addition, the club announced that it is ending its four-year relationship with Crystal Palace FC of England's Championship Division.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | January 28, 2010
When Pete Medd and Jim Cherneski launched Baltimore's latest professional outdoor soccer incarnation in 2006 with Crystal Palace USA, they set modest goals and achieved modest success. Three seasons later, the former Towson University teammates have expedited the program in the hope of playing in a 10,000-seat, $35 million downtown stadium close to the city's Camden Yards sports complex. On Wednesday at a news conference at ESPN Zone, they unveiled a new name (Crystal Palace Baltimore)
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By Sports Digest | January 8, 2010
The U.S. Soccer Federation announced Thursday that it will oversee the second division league this year, temporarily ending a dispute between the United Soccer Leagues and the North American Soccer League. Crystal Palace Baltimore will play in the NASL Conference, which also will have teams from Carolina, Miami, Montreal, St. Louis and Vancouver, British Columbia. The USL conference will have teams from Austin, Texas; Minnesota; Portland, Ore.; Puerto Rico; Rochester, N.Y., and Tampa Bay. The USSF last week refused to sanction either the USL or NASL, saying that both proposed leagues were unable to meet the minimum requirement of eight viable teams.
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By Sports Digest | November 24, 2009
Michael Phelps is ready to put an up-and-down post-Olympic year behind him and focus on the challenges that await in 2010, including adjusting to a ban on the high-performance suits that rocked his sport. The 14-time Olympic gold medalist from Baltimore will compete in one final meet, Duel in the Pool on Dec. 18-19 in Manchester, England, before closing out the year. "The biggest thing right now is me getting back in shape," he said. Phelps' recent trip to Europe for two World Cup short-course meets produced a batch of what he described as "pretty awful slow races," resulting in no victories, let alone any records.
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By Sports Digest | August 12, 2010
Major League Lacrosse Bayhawks midfielder Poillon voted Most Improved Player Chesapeake Bayhawks midfielder Peet Poillon , who attended UMBC and Howard Community College, was named Major League Lacrosse's Most Improved Player of the Year in a vote of head coaches and general managers. Poillon earned the nickname "Pistol Peet" for his league-leading 113 shots and ranks third in points scored with 41. He led the Bayhawks with 25 goals and had 15assists, most among Chesapeake midfielders.
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By Sports Digest | July 25, 2010
Soccer AC St. Louis withstands heat, Palace Baltimore, 1-0 With temperatures reaching 106 degrees Saturday at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds, AC St.Louis (4-10-4) used a goal by Mike Ambersley in the 74th minute to earn a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace Baltimore (5-9-4) in the USSF 2nd Division. Palace Baltimore's two shots on goal were by Japanese midfielder Tsuyoshi Yoshitake . Palace's next game will be Saturday against the Montreal Impact in Boyds. D.C. United: Danny Allsopp scored three times to help D.C. United beat second-tier English team Portsmouth, 4-0, at RFK Stadium.
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By Sports Digest | July 5, 2010
Et Cetera Yoshitake's late goal gives Palace Baltimore 1-0 win at Minnesota Tsuyoshi Yoshitake scored in the 86th minute, and Crystal Palace Baltimore (4-7-3) beat the NSC Minnesota Stars (6-9-2), 1-0, in a grueling USSF D-2 Pro League matchup littered with fouls and yellow cards Sunday night in Blaine, Minn. MLS: Rookie Andy Najar scored in the 54th minute to help D.C. United (3-9-2) tie, 1-1, with the San Jose Earthquakes (5-4-4) on Saturday.
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By Sports Digest | June 27, 2010
Baseball Severna Park's Banks takes loss in his Astros debut Right-hander Josh Banks (Severna Park) took the loss for the Houston Astros on Saturday after being called up from Triple-A Round Rock and giving up six runs and eight hits in four-plus innings. The Rangers' Ian Kinsler ended a career-long 32-game homerless drought with a three-run tiebreaking shot off Banks in the fourth inning en route to a 7-2 victory as host Texas rebounded from its first loss in two weeks.
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By Sports Digest | June 25, 2010
Soccer Palace Baltimore to hold viewing party for U.S.-Ghana Crystal Palace Baltimore, in conjunction with ASG Sports, will hold a viewing party for the U.S.-Ghana game Saturday in the World Cup round of 16 before its own home game against the Minnesota Stars at Calvert Hall's Paul Angelo Russo Stadium. The viewing party will begin at 2 p.m., and Palace Baltimore's game is set for a 5 p.m. kickoff. Et Cetera Baltimore's Fain to play for world title in women's football Tarsha Fain , a Baltimore native and a member of the USA Football women's national team, will be embarking for Stockholm with her team to compete in the women's world championship.
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By Sports Digest | June 19, 2010
Et cetera Palace Baltimore to play at Calvert Hall next Saturday Crystal Palace Baltimore's next home game, a USSF D-2 Pro League contest against the Minnesota Stars, will be played next Saturday at 5p.m. at Paul Angelo Russo Stadium at Calvert Hall. The venue, which was the high school field for former Cardinal and current Palace Baltimore player Pat Healey, has seating for 3,000 and standing room for 5,000. CP Baltimore (3-6-2) will play tonight at 7:30 at the Carolina RailHawks (3-2-4)
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By Jeff Rusnak, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2010
Crystal Palace Baltimore scored early, but Miami FC matched it late to force a 3-3 tie Wednesday night at Lockhart Stadium. Miami was on its way to its third loss in four games but got goals in the final six minutes from Ariel Germiniani and Christian Gomez. Both goals came on headers and quickly erased a 3-1 Baltimore advantage. Germiniani scored his first goal this season in the 84th minute on a cross from Chris Gbandi. Gomez scored his fourth this season, nodding a long far-post cross by Brian Shriver past Baltimore keeper Evan Bush.
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By Sports Digest | June 2, 2010
Soccer Bank deal might stave off Crystal Palace liquidation The potential new owners of Crystal Palace, the parent organization of Crystal Palace Baltimore, have reached a deal with a bank that could prevent financial administrators from closing the British club. The administrators had given the CPFC 2010 consortium a midafternoon deadline Tuesday to reach an agreement with Lloyds Bank, after which it would have begun liquidation proceedings. While hundreds of Palace fans gathered outside the bank's headquarters, where the talks were being held, Lloyds issued a statement saying the two sides had reached an agreement.
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