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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 22, 2000
COLLEGE PARK -- Quinn Carney scored five goals yesterday and disappeared into the background of another Maryland women's lacrosse celebration. Megan McNamara tossed in two goals and now has racked up eight goals and five assists in four starts since replacing injured junior attacker Meredith Egan. McNamara celebrated by barely talking above a whisper and describing all the team unity on the five-time defending national champions. Carney did break into a little smile when one of her teammates called her `Quinn-tuplet' for her five-goal effort in a rain-splashed 15-8 romp for top-ranked Maryland over No. 9 Dartmouth on the school's artificial turf facility.
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March 8, 2012
The Baltimore Sun's Top 20 Men's Poll School W-L Pv 1. Virginia (5-0) 1 2. Johns Hopkins (4-0) 2 3. Cornell (2-0) 3 4. Massachusetts (4-0) 6 5. Maryland (3-0) 7 6. Penn State (3-1) 8 7. Notre Dame (2-1) 9 8. Duke (3-2) 10 9. Ohio State (3-2) 11 10. Denver (2-1)
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From Sun staff reports | March 19, 2012
A goal by senior attackman Sean Rogers with 2:35 remaining in the third overtime period lifted No. 5 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team to a 10-9 win over the No. 6 Pioneers on Sunday afternoon in South Bend, Ind. It was the third straight game-winning tally for Rogers. On March 10, he lifted the Fighting Irish (4-1) to a 6-5 overtime win at Hofstra. He then netted the deciding goal in regulation in a 6-5 victory at Drexel on March 3. Sophomore midfielder Jim Marlatt (River Hill)
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
One of the women's lacrosse teams turning heads this season is Yale, especially after the Bulldogs defeated Ivy League rival Dartmouth, 12-5, last Saturday. At 4-0, the Bulldogs are off to their best start since 2001 after Wednesday night's 12-8 win over Bryant. With three Baltimore natives in the starting lineup, their defense is one of the stingiest in Division I, allowing 6.5 goals per game. Senior Adrienne Tarver, a Park graduate, leads a young field unit that includes sophomores Flannery Carney (Maryvale)
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2011
Maryland's bid for the fifth undefeated season in its women's lacrosse history came to an end Sunday at Dartmouth, where the Big Green dealt the No. 1 and defending national champion Terrapins their first loss in 29 games, 9-8 in overtime. Sarah Parks (Centennial) scored the game-winner for the No. 15 Big Green with eight seconds left in overtime of a game that featured four ties and four lead changes. Maryland's loss -- its second ever to the Big Green -- leaves No. 7 Albany (15-0)
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By William E. Simon | November 9, 1990
THE LEADERS of our colleges and universities, including Dartmouth, bear a high responsibility to their students and to society. By precept and example, they must inculcate in a future generation an understanding of the principles of truth and justice, which are the essential basis of the liberal community.An explosive controversy at Dartmouth raises troubling questions about how its academic leadership is discharging its moral commitments and obliWilliam E.Simongations to the college's students and to society.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1995
In her final year at Dartmouth, Kirsten Prettyman (Bryn Mawr) is making her first full season in the lacrosse goal a productive one.Prettyman, a backup to All-American Kim Cohen the past three seasons, had her finest moment against Princeton with 15 saves as No. 5 Dartmouth stunned the defending NCAA champion and No. 1-ranked Tigers, 10-9. Prettyman has played every minute for the undefeated (4-0) Big Green.* Senior Jen Bass (Maryvale Prep), first-team All-Ivy League last year, had two goals in a 10-9 loss to New Hampshire for a career total of 95, fifth on Cornell's all-time list.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 28, 2005
Junior attacker Lindsay Lewis (Glenelg) scored with 1:39 left to give fifth-ranked Boston University a 10-9 win over visiting, No. 2 Dartmouth in women's lacrosse yesterday. The loss to the Terriers (14-1) was the first of the season for the Big Green (13-1). College of Notre Dame 11, St. Vincent (Pa.) 9: Freshman midfielder Anne Shippen (Glenelg) had four goals as the host Gators (7-5) held off a late charge by the Bearcats (4-8). McDaniel 10, Dickinson 7: Kristen Ramey's three goals helped the Green Terror (11-4)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 20, 2005
Katieanne Christian, Sarah Pzefi and Kristen Barry each scored two goals yesterday as Dartmouth College defeated visiting Maryland, 10-8, for the first time. After spotting the ninth-ranked Terps (5-3) a 4-1 lead, the eighth-ranked Big Green (3-0) scored four straight to lead 5-4 at the half. Devon Wills secured the win with five of her seven saves in the second half for Dartmouth. Maryland had won the previous 12 meetings, dating to 1993. Delia Cox led the Terps with four goals, giving her 16 on the season.
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By Camille Powell and Camille Powell,The Washington Post | March 17, 2009
COLLEGE PARK - A hush fell over the crowd of roughly 200 people inside Heritage Hall in Comcast Center last night as the women's NCAA tournament selection show began. The Maryland players - who sat in the front row, with family members, friends and fans gathered behind them - already knew that they were in the tournament, having won the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, and they had a good idea that they would receive a No. 1 seed for the second straight year. But there was still a bit of suspense.
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