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January 28, 2006
On January 25, 2006, ANTHONY STEPHEN D'ALESSIO; beloved son of Victoria Lynn Ford and Giuseppe D'Alessio; loving brother of Nunzio, Joey, Chiara, Gianluca and Stefano D'Alessio; devoted grandson of Gilbert and Nancy Roberts, Marvin Cox and the late Nunzio and Maddalena D'Alessio; dearest stepson of Gary Ford and Stella D'Alessio. Also survived by many loving relatives and friends. Funeral Services at the family owned and operated JOSEPH N. ZANNINO, JR. FUNERAL HOME, 263 S. Conkling Street (at Gough)
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2012
There was a moment in last Monday's Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament final against Fairfield when Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos stared for several seconds toward the court during a television timeout, holding his two index fingers close together between his eyes and nose. Obviously angry, Patsos also seemed frozen, fixed on either a call he didn't like from one of the referees or a lapse from one of his players. Assistant coach Luke D'Alessio brought Patsos back to the huddle - and back to the moment.
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By KEVIN COWHERD | August 27, 2009
With a mom born and raised in County Roscommon, I know the Irish do lots of things well. They turn out terrific poets and novelists. They can sing and step-dance like nobody's business. They make wonderful beer and whiskey. And you don't have to hold a gun to their heads to get them to join you for a pop or two, either. But when I think of Ireland, here's about the last thing that comes to mind: great basketball. Luke D'Alessio says that might be changing. D'Alessio, 49, the longtime men's basketball coach at Bowie State and CCBC-Catonsville, just signed on to coach the UCC Blue Demons of the SuperLeague in Cork, Ireland.
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By Sports Digest | September 16, 2010
Men's college basketball Francis, Massenburg among guests added to Williams gala Maryland men's basketball head coach Gary Williams will be joined by a few more special guests when he is inducted into the Sports Legends Museum's Hall of Legends on Sept. 30 at the Hippodrome in Baltimore. Guests added to the event include former Terps guard and NBA first-round pick Steve Francis , ex-Maryland and NBA forward-center Tony Massenburg , University of Minnesota men's basketball coach Tubby Smith and Loyola men's basketball coach and former Terps assistant Jimmy Patsos . The event will include tributes to Williams from former players, Hall of Fame coaches and other special guests, including Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim , Villanova coach Jay Wright and former Maryland players Len Elmore and Walt Williams . Gary Williams will join previous gala honorees Babe Ruth , Johnny Unitas , Art Modell , Jim McKay and Brooks Robinson in an area reserved for those individuals who have contributed at the top echelon of state and national athletics.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 6, 2003
Forget the Big Dance. It's the little waltz, the NCAA Division II basketball tournament, that has them dancing in the streets around Bowie State these days. "I've been watching men's basketball championships on TV all my life," Bowie senior All-America forward Tim Washington said Tuesday night. "And I always wondered what it would be like to play in one of them. I was beginning to think I may never find out. I really can't believe it. It still feels like a dream to me." No wonder. It would be hard to imagine a television station showing up at Bowie to videotape the basketball team before last weekend's drive to the school's first Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association tournament championship.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2002
Bowie State basketball coach Luke D'Alessio has a $500 annual recruiting budget and he won 20 games for the first time in school history. Yes, that's five hundred, not five thousand dollars. Bulldogs football coach Henry Frazier III shocked the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association last fall by guiding his young Bowie team to a 7-3 record and to the semifinals of the league playoffs. D'Alessio and Frazier have been honored by the CIAA as the basketball and football Coaches of the Year.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2001
BOWIE - Before now, Bowie State followers had only seen their men's basketball teams lose. This year, however, the Bulldogs have been winning regularly and will be one of the teams to beat when the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association tournament starts in two weeks. Tonight, the team is at home against Virginia State in a 7:30 game. With a 16-7 record, the Bowie program is assured of its first winning season, and people are noticing. "We're getting more participation in terms of people attending the games," said Jim Griffin, a 1977 Bowie grad who lives in Bowie and is a member of the Bulldog Club, a booster organization.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2003
BOWIE - In what has developed as another fallow period for area college basketball teams, nearby Bowie State's men are reaping a giant harvest. With seeds planted by coach Luke D'Alessio, the Bulldogs have grown tall and talented, entering the second half of their season with a 14-1 record and a No. 16 national ranking in the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division II Top 25. After beating contenders Shaw and Johnson C. Smith at home in...
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 27, 2003
BOWIE -- Most of them were raised in streetwise environments in which the refinement of their basketball skills wasn't always a priority. They arrived at Bowie State via circuitous routes, first joining either junior colleges or Division I programs that failed to fulfill their heady dreams. But the team's Baltimore connection can still realize some lofty aspirations beginning today when the Bulldogs enter the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association men's tournament in Raleigh, N.C., bent on making postseason waves at the Division II level.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
Giving a boost to a downtown staggering from recent defections, Bell Atlantic Corp. announced today that it will bring 600 new, mostly high-technology jobs to its Pratt Street state headquarters.Dave Pacholczyk, a spokesman for the Philadelphia-based regional phone company, said that about 560 jobs were coming here because of a decision to consolidate Bell Atlantic's network engineering department in Baltimore. The 40 additional employees will work with small-business customers.The consolidation is due to begin in the third quarter of this year and take a year to complete.
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By KEVIN COWHERD | August 27, 2009
With a mom born and raised in County Roscommon, I know the Irish do lots of things well. They turn out terrific poets and novelists. They can sing and step-dance like nobody's business. They make wonderful beer and whiskey. And you don't have to hold a gun to their heads to get them to join you for a pop or two, either. But when I think of Ireland, here's about the last thing that comes to mind: great basketball. Luke D'Alessio says that might be changing. D'Alessio, 49, the longtime men's basketball coach at Bowie State and CCBC-Catonsville, just signed on to coach the UCC Blue Demons of the SuperLeague in Cork, Ireland.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | April 21, 2006
Morgan State has whittled down dozens of candidates for its men's basketball coaching position to three finalists and is expected to announce the successor to Butch Beard shortly. "We want to do it as soon as possible," Morgan athletic director Floyd Kerr said. "We had lots of applicants, lots of interest and we've gotten through the screening process and interviewing." Kerr confirmed that the remaining candidates are Bowie State coach Luke D'Alessio, Toledo assistant Michael Grant and former California coach Todd Bozeman.
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January 28, 2006
On January 25, 2006, ANTHONY STEPHEN D'ALESSIO; beloved son of Victoria Lynn Ford and Giuseppe D'Alessio; loving brother of Nunzio, Joey, Chiara, Gianluca and Stefano D'Alessio; devoted grandson of Gilbert and Nancy Roberts, Marvin Cox and the late Nunzio and Maddalena D'Alessio; dearest stepson of Gary Ford and Stella D'Alessio. Also survived by many loving relatives and friends. Funeral Services at the family owned and operated JOSEPH N. ZANNINO, JR. FUNERAL HOME, 263 S. Conkling Street (at Gough)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2005
BOWIE - Bowie State's men's basketball team is reaching for the sky again, and coach Luke D'Alessio has turned to a familiar source to help it get aloft. An NCAA Division II semifinalist two seasons ago, Bowie (14-2) has been as high as fourth in the national rankings and was No. 12 in last week's poll. And a newcomer from Baltimore, one of D'Alessio's favorite recruiting areas, has contributed a large hand to the success. The coach held transfer Isaiah "Zeke" Johnson in such esteem he used a scholarship to retain him last season although Johnson was ineligible to play after leaving the College of Charleston.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2004
A long and winding basketball road traveled by Anton Jenifer finally reached heaven's door about 30 minutes from his Baltimore home. The union of Jenifer and Bowie State has been a happy and productive one for both parties, climaxing nearly eight years and countless starts and restarts for the former Walbrook High All-Metro guard, who will lead the defending Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association champions into the league tournament tomorrow in...
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2004
BOWIE - The Bowie State men's basketball team continues to conduct business as usual - the business of winning games. This was earmarked as a rebuilding season for a team that smashed the school record with 30 victories in 2002-03, captured the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association and South Atlantic Region titles and advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II final four before being halted by established power Kentucky Wesleyan. After all, that magical run had been fueled by virtually an all-senior cast led by All-American Tim Washington that was long gone.
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By David Conn and David Conn,Sun Staff Writer | March 31, 1995
One thing Frederick D. D'Alessio always said he liked was explaining things, teaching people.In 1992, when the president of Bell Atlantic-Maryland offered to build a fiber-optic network in some 200 Maryland schools, what sparked his interest most was the chance to rev up the state's classrooms a bit, with statewide networked lectures, and piped-in cultural lessons from the symphony or the Walters Art Gallery."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2003
The Bowie State men's basketball team has hit the big time off the court. The Bulldogs, ranked 10th in Division II this week, are being accorded the luxury of flying to a game for the first time in the history of the men's program. All that prestige has coach Luke D'Alessio smiling these days. But the frowning starts the moment D'Alessio starts thinking about the shabby way his team is being treated on the court as the eight-team South Atlantic regionals get under way at noon today in Columbus, Ga. - on the campus of top-seeded Columbus State (27-4 overall, 18-0 at home)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 25, 2003
The game changed for Bowie State this season the moment point guard Anton Jenifer stepped onto the court. And so did everything else surrounding the Bulldogs' men's basketball program. "We were thinking this was a rebuilding year," said coach Luke D'Alessio, who guided Bowie to the NCAA Division II Final Four last season with a 31-4 record. "But now we feel like we have a chance to go for a national championship. Anton gives us so much scoring at the point along with his vast experience, knowledge of the game and desire to win."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2003
The Bowie State men's basketball team has hit the big time off the court. The Bulldogs, ranked 10th in Division II this week, are being accorded the luxury of flying to a game for the first time in the history of the men's program. All that prestige has coach Luke D'Alessio smiling these days. But the frowning starts the moment D'Alessio starts thinking about the shabby way his team is being treated on the court as the eight-team South Atlantic regionals get under way at noon today in Columbus, Ga. - on the campus of top-seeded Columbus State (27-4 overall, 18-0 at home)
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