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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1997
Towson High School's Randy Dase, winner of a state-record eight public school lacrosse championships, said yesterday that he is "stepping down" as the Generals' lacrosse coach.Dase, 43, who is 242-26 over 18 seasons, said he will continue coaching soccer and basketball but is giving up the sport he's been most successful at because "it's also the most demanding."His longtime assistant, John Offerman, also is stepping down."My academic schedule along with other school responsibilities are challenging.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
Arthur E. Dase, a retired Chessie System supervisor and longtime Greater Baltimore Medical Center volunteer, died May 19 of heart failure at his winter home in Seminole, Fla. He was 91. "I always thought that Arthur was devoted to two things: his family and the railroad," said Robert W. "Bob" Breiner, who worked for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and later Chessie System. "He was also well-liked by the other railroaders. " The son of John Dase, a toolmaker, and Leona Dase, a homemaker, Arthur Earl Dase was born in Springfield, Ohio.
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By Chris Heun and Chris Heun,Evening Sun Staff fDB | May 9, 1991
Randy Dase calls it the strongest attack he has seen in more than a decade at Towson.And that's not faint praise: With Dase coaching, the Generals have fielded some impressive lacrosse teams in the last 10 years, including four state champions."
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April 12, 2013
The inaugural class of the Towson High School Athletics Hall of Fame, featuring Michael Phelps (2003), Randy Dase (1972), Sue Beeler (1958), Billy Jones (1964), Jaimee Reynolds (1998) and Jack Thomas (1970), will be honored April 19 at halftime of the Hereford-Towson boys lacrosse game. At 5:15 p.m., five minutes before the opening faceoff of the varsity game, a flagpole and plaque will be dedicated to Mike Godzik (1965), who died in 2008 and in whose name an annual award is given to a boys lacrosse player.
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December 15, 2003
Randy Dase Towson Winning while also using the regular season as a building block for the playoffs, the No. 4 Generals (16-1-2) earned a share of the Class 3A state crown after holding their ground in a 1-1 tie against No. 1 River Hill. Dase, 49, is no stranger to state titles at Towson. The 1972 graduate was a three-sport standout (soccer, basketball and lacrosse), winning titles as a player in soccer and lacrosse. He also coached the lacrosse program to eight state crowns in 18 seasons before stepping down in 1997.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Special to The Sun | May 18, 1994
Towson coach Randy Dase said yesterday's game against Catonsville scared him.But it was Dase's sixth-ranked Generals that did all the scaring yesterday.Top-seeded Towson scored the first six goals en route to a 13-5 victory over the visiting and second-seeded Comets in a Class 1A-2A South regional final.Towson (12-0) advances to Saturday's state semifinals where it will play an opponent to be determined."I'd been dreading this day for a month," said Dase, whose Generals were tied with the Comets at halftime of their April 22 game before scoring five unanswered goals in the second half.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2004
In the preseason, Perry Hall was considered the premier boys soccer team in Baltimore County's 4A-3A division. But the Gators struggled to absorb several transfers, team chemistry suffered and they lost their opening game to Patapsco. "We had guys fighting with each other and not giving up the ball," said Gators coach Dan Larsen. Then, about three weeks ago, the team bonded during a practice in heavy rain. They've played like a different team ever since, and Perry Hall beat No. 6 and league-leading Towson, 1-0, yesterday on a high-flying header by Andrew Gillis with 10:30 remaining.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | April 13, 1994
Randy Dase doesn't know what his 14th-ranked Towson team has to do to get the respect he believes it deserves.But Dase hopes Towson's 11-3 victory yesterday over No. 8 Perry Hall is a start.The Generals, who have won back-to-back Class 1A-2A state championships, scored early and often and held the visiting Gators scoreless for more than 32 minutes before claiming their 32nd consecutive victory over last year's Class 4A finalist."Our theme today was respect," said Dase. "We play in the 1A-2A League and nobody respects us. We can win 100 games in a row and nobody respects us. We played one of the big boys today and we got a little bit more respect."
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2002
Towson's boys soccer team had not been to a state final since 1991, and its coach, Randy Dase, said that may have been the biggest reason for the Generals' 3-2 loss to Stephen Decatur last night in the Class 2A championship game at UMBC. Senior midfielder Terry Gallo scored the game-winner on a header with just under 15 minutes to play, ending a wild 12 1/2 minutes and giving the Seahawks (14-1-1) their first state title in program history. It was the also first state title in any sport for the Worcester County school since 1986.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | April 23, 1994
Towson coach Randy Dase said he expected unheralded Catonsville to give his seventh-ranked Generals a fight in yesterday's Baltimore County 1A-2A League game.But many of his players didn't feel the same way.But after getting the scare of their lives in a 12-7 win, they may never doubt their coach again.The aggressive host Comets won the majority of ground balls, played hard-nosed defense and battled the two-time defending state champions all over the field.Tied 7-7 at halftime, the Generals -- who had outscored opponents, 86-7, coming into the game -- got five unanswered goals in the second half to pull away for the victory.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2004
In the preseason, Perry Hall was considered the premier boys soccer team in Baltimore County's 4A-3A division. But the Gators struggled to absorb several transfers, team chemistry suffered and they lost their opening game to Patapsco. "We had guys fighting with each other and not giving up the ball," said Gators coach Dan Larsen. Then, about three weeks ago, the team bonded during a practice in heavy rain. They've played like a different team ever since, and Perry Hall beat No. 6 and league-leading Towson, 1-0, yesterday on a high-flying header by Andrew Gillis with 10:30 remaining.
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December 15, 2003
Randy Dase Towson Winning while also using the regular season as a building block for the playoffs, the No. 4 Generals (16-1-2) earned a share of the Class 3A state crown after holding their ground in a 1-1 tie against No. 1 River Hill. Dase, 49, is no stranger to state titles at Towson. The 1972 graduate was a three-sport standout (soccer, basketball and lacrosse), winning titles as a player in soccer and lacrosse. He also coached the lacrosse program to eight state crowns in 18 seasons before stepping down in 1997.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2002
Towson's boys soccer team had not been to a state final since 1991, and its coach, Randy Dase, said that may have been the biggest reason for the Generals' 3-2 loss to Stephen Decatur last night in the Class 2A championship game at UMBC. Senior midfielder Terry Gallo scored the game-winner on a header with just under 15 minutes to play, ending a wild 12 1/2 minutes and giving the Seahawks (14-1-1) their first state title in program history. It was the also first state title in any sport for the Worcester County school since 1986.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 20, 2000
Towson High, which had a nine-game winning streak snapped in its previous outing, picked a most inopportune time to slip into a scoring drought in its 42-33 loss to No. 13 Randallstown last night, and missed a chance to score a major upset. The Generals trailed 27-26 entering the fourth quarter and were frustrating the usually high-flying Rams with their ballhawking and patient offense. However, a seven-point burst put Randallstown up 34-26 and the composed visitors went on to finish off their 12th straight victory.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD AND KATHERINE DUNN | May 27, 1998
Player of the YearAlex Lieske, Gilman, senior, attack: This tough 5-10, 160-pound Duke-bound senior was the Greyhounds' quiet thunder. "Alex doesn't say much, never complained when we asked him to hold the ball in critical situations instead of trying to score," said out-going coach John Tucker Gilman's third Player of the Year in his nine seasons. "Alex is tough, not afraid to take someone on, one-on-one, to score the big goal. He'll go around you or through you, whatever it takes. Though he ranked second in team scoring with 44 goals and 35 assists, Lieske (51 ground balls)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1997
Towson High School's Randy Dase, winner of a state-record eight public school lacrosse championships, said yesterday that he is "stepping down" as the Generals' lacrosse coach.Dase, 43, who is 242-26 over 18 seasons, said he will continue coaching soccer and basketball but is giving up the sport he's been most successful at because "it's also the most demanding."His longtime assistant, John Offerman, also is stepping down."My academic schedule along with other school responsibilities are challenging.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | June 22, 1993
The high school state association, in a move to clarify regional locations and to provide better understanding for the public in general, has renamed the regions for prep sports.Following are the changes as outlined in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association's newsletter Scout:For the 4A, 3A and 2A levels: Region I becomes West, Region II be- comes North, Region III is South and Region IV is East. On the 1A level, Region I becomes 1A West, Region II becomes South, Region III becomes North and IV becomes East.
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By SAM DAVIS | May 21, 1991
Towson High boys lacrosse coach Randy Dase has heard all of the criticism about his team's schedule being too soft, and he agrees. In fact, he'd like to do something about it.Dase says that at the postseason lacrosse meeting for Baltimore County coaches, he will ask for two things that could solve the problem. First, he's requesting to secede from the county and to be able to play a 12-game schedule against "anybody, anywhere."Second, he'll ask to have his Generals, who compete in Class 1A-2A, put in Class 3A-4A to face stronger competition.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1997
As seniors at Towson, a schoolwith a proud lacrosse tradition, attackman Sean O'Connor and defender Lance Yeagle would have been dejected by having never played in at least one state semifinal.Yesterday, the duo played key roles in an 8-4, Class 1A-2A South region title victory over last year's state champion Hereford that assures the Generals (10-5) a spot in the final four at UMBC for the first time since 1994.That season culminated with the team of coach Randy Dase (now in his 20th season)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN At: LACROSSE | April 20, 1996
The young Towson Generals entered last night's game against No. 15 Catonsville hoping to keep the Comets' vaunted run-and-gun offense from getting into gear.By game's end, however, coach Randy Dase's team had gone one better, leaving the Comets stuck in neutral.Towson's slowdown offense kept the hosts from ever getting into their game, and attackman Chris Brown's goal with 14 seconds left gave the Generals a 6-5 win in a Baltimore County Division I game last night."We knew they were a real strong fast-break team," said Brown, who finished with two goals and three assists.
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