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By From Staff Reports | January 7, 1995
Kara Reed had 14 points, five steals and three assists to lead host Frostburg State to a 65-52 victory over Delaware Valley last night in the Stangels Tournament.The Bobcats held Delaware Valley to 26 percent shooting in the second half. Kim McMorris grabbed 12 rebounds for Frostburg State, which had a 46-34 rebounding margin.Frostburg State plays Pittsburgh-Bradford for the title today.* Essex CC 54, Harford CC 47: Tina Lotz and Ericka Payne each scored 15 as Essex Community College (2-4)
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From Sun staff and news services | September 29, 2013
JD Abbott ran for 86 yards and three touchdowns as Johns Hopkins (4-0), ranked No. 13 in Division III, beat Muhlenberg, 45-13, on Saturday at Homewood Field. Quarterback Robbie Matey went 25-for-30 for 265 yards for Hopkins, which is averaging almost 40 points per game and has had at least 485 offensive yards for four straight weeks. The Blue Jays have won 15 straight September games. The Blue Jays got a career-best 36-yard field goal from freshman Nick Campbell and three touchdowns on its first five possessions of the second half to outscore Muhlenberg 24-0.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 19, 2006
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -- The Salisbury football team rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Delaware Valley, 15-9, yesterday to win the Eastern College Athletic Conference South Atlantic Bowl before 1,500 at James Work Memorial Stadium. The winning drive began late in the third quarter and ended 11 plays later, as Anthony Johnson ran in from 5 yards to give Salisbury its first lead of the game, 13-9, with 10:28 left. The drive went 97 yards and was aided by three Delaware Valley penalties. Salisbury (6-5)
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By From Sun staff and news services | September 6, 2009
Trailing 21-20 with 7:31 left in the game, Michael Gagne capped a seven-play, 39-yard drive with a 42-yard field goal to lift host Bowie State over Shepherd, 23-21, on Saturday. James Proctor returned the opening kickoff 98 yards and the Bulldogs (1-1) took a 7-0 lead with 14:45 left in the first quarter. A Rams' safety at 11:02 and touchdown drive with less than two minutes in the quarter put Shepherd (1-1) ahead, 9-7. Second-quarter touchdown runs by Andre Johnson and Rodney Webb gave Bowie a 20-9 lead at the half.
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By From staff reports | December 18, 2006
Greg Sprink and Corey Johnson each scored 13 points to power Navy past visiting Delaware Valley, 65-40, yesterday. The Mids (8-3), playing their first game in 10 days, struggled early against the Division III Aggies (3-7), who rallied to tie the game at 33 early in the second half. Navy recovered with a 24-3 run to take a 57-36 lead with just less than five minutes to play. The Aggies went 8 1/2 minutes without scoring, missing seven shots in a row and turning the ball over nine times before ending the drought with 3:46 remaining.
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From Sun staff and news services | September 29, 2013
JD Abbott ran for 86 yards and three touchdowns as Johns Hopkins (4-0), ranked No. 13 in Division III, beat Muhlenberg, 45-13, on Saturday at Homewood Field. Quarterback Robbie Matey went 25-for-30 for 265 yards for Hopkins, which is averaging almost 40 points per game and has had at least 485 offensive yards for four straight weeks. The Blue Jays have won 15 straight September games. The Blue Jays got a career-best 36-yard field goal from freshman Nick Campbell and three touchdowns on its first five possessions of the second half to outscore Muhlenberg 24-0.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 8, 1996
Kris Kershaw threw for 201 yards and two touchdowns as host Salisbury State routed Delaware Valley, 40-0, yesterday at Sea Gull Stadium. It was the Sea Gulls' first shutout since 1987.The Sea Gulls (1-0) opened the scoring 3 1/2 minutes into the game on a 52-yard pass from Kershaw to Mike Muldoon. Delaware Valley (0-1) totaled only 183 yards of offense.Salisbury registered six sacks and forced four turnovers. Delaware Valley was penalized nine times for 52 yards.Myron Dent led the Sea Gulls in rushing, gaining 82 of his 91 yards on a fourth-quarter touchdown run.Del.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | January 6, 1994
The three-point shots should come fast and furious when Western Maryland College's men's basketball team gets back in action tomorrow night at Lebanon Valley's Rinso Marquette Invitational in Annville, Pa.The Green Terrors will open against Delaware Valley at 6, with host Lebanon Valley taking on Oneonta State at 8.Delaware Valley is 0-7 but hasn't been bashful about it. The Aggies put up 165 three-point attempts -- 23.6 a game -- in the seven losses.The...
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By From Staff Reports | October 12, 1994
Kristen Hull scored with 1:45 left to push visiting Gettysburg (9-3, 5-0) to a 3-2 victory over Western Maryland (3-8, 1-2) in Centennial Conference women's soccer yesterday.* Frostburg 2, St. Mary's 2, OT: Frostburg State's Stephanie Karpinski (St. Mary's) scored with 21:25 left in regulation, which tied the game.Men's soccer* Delaware Valley 0, Washington College 0, 2 OT: Greg Miller (Catonsville) had five saves for host Washington College (7-4-2).
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 20, 2004
After trailing in the first half, Albany shot 48.1 percent from the floor in the second half to defeat Morgan State, 73-54, in women's college basketball yesterday. The host Lady Bears (0-1) led 30-28 at the half. Sharonda Watson finished with a team-leading 13 points for Morgan State. Rowan 72, St. Mary's 48: Kami Bernardo and Jaime McCormack both scored 16 points to power the host Profs (1-0) in the opener of their tournament in Glassboro, N.J. Taylor Yearwood led St. Mary's (0-1) with 11 points.
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By Patrick Gutierrez | September 27, 2008
Columbia (0-1) at Towson (1-3) Time: 3 p.m. Radio: 1570 AM Site: Johnny Unitas Stadium Outlook: The Tigers return home after two consecutive road losses, including a 31-3 defeat at Coastal Carolina last week. The Lions are coming off a close loss against Fordham in their season opener. The Tigers are hurting on both sides of the ball, and the availability of three of their starters will be game-time decisions, including senior strong safety Drew Mack, who was injured in their game against Morgan State.
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By From staff reports | December 18, 2006
Greg Sprink and Corey Johnson each scored 13 points to power Navy past visiting Delaware Valley, 65-40, yesterday. The Mids (8-3), playing their first game in 10 days, struggled early against the Division III Aggies (3-7), who rallied to tie the game at 33 early in the second half. Navy recovered with a 24-3 run to take a 57-36 lead with just less than five minutes to play. The Aggies went 8 1/2 minutes without scoring, missing seven shots in a row and turning the ball over nine times before ending the drought with 3:46 remaining.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 19, 2006
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -- The Salisbury football team rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Delaware Valley, 15-9, yesterday to win the Eastern College Athletic Conference South Atlantic Bowl before 1,500 at James Work Memorial Stadium. The winning drive began late in the third quarter and ended 11 plays later, as Anthony Johnson ran in from 5 yards to give Salisbury its first lead of the game, 13-9, with 10:28 left. The drive went 97 yards and was aided by three Delaware Valley penalties. Salisbury (6-5)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 20, 2004
After trailing in the first half, Albany shot 48.1 percent from the floor in the second half to defeat Morgan State, 73-54, in women's college basketball yesterday. The host Lady Bears (0-1) led 30-28 at the half. Sharonda Watson finished with a team-leading 13 points for Morgan State. Rowan 72, St. Mary's 48: Kami Bernardo and Jaime McCormack both scored 16 points to power the host Profs (1-0) in the opener of their tournament in Glassboro, N.J. Taylor Yearwood led St. Mary's (0-1) with 11 points.
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By Liz Bowie and Brenda Buote and Liz Bowie and Brenda Buote,SUN STAFF | January 20, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Giant Food Inc.'s striking truck drivers voted overwhelmingly yesterday to ratify a contract that trades financial concessions for job security.The strike against Giant, the longest in the company's history, ended in a northeast Washington union hall filled with cheering, sometimes tearful truck drivers and their families, as the Teamsters voted 247-25 in favor of the contract, which goes into effect immediately.Both Teamsters Local 639 and the company declared that they had gotten what they needed most.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 8, 1996
Kris Kershaw threw for 201 yards and two touchdowns as host Salisbury State routed Delaware Valley, 40-0, yesterday at Sea Gull Stadium. It was the Sea Gulls' first shutout since 1987.The Sea Gulls (1-0) opened the scoring 3 1/2 minutes into the game on a 52-yard pass from Kershaw to Mike Muldoon. Delaware Valley (0-1) totaled only 183 yards of offense.Salisbury registered six sacks and forced four turnovers. Delaware Valley was penalized nine times for 52 yards.Myron Dent led the Sea Gulls in rushing, gaining 82 of his 91 yards on a fourth-quarter touchdown run.Del.
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By From Sun staff and news services | September 6, 2009
Trailing 21-20 with 7:31 left in the game, Michael Gagne capped a seven-play, 39-yard drive with a 42-yard field goal to lift host Bowie State over Shepherd, 23-21, on Saturday. James Proctor returned the opening kickoff 98 yards and the Bulldogs (1-1) took a 7-0 lead with 14:45 left in the first quarter. A Rams' safety at 11:02 and touchdown drive with less than two minutes in the quarter put Shepherd (1-1) ahead, 9-7. Second-quarter touchdown runs by Andre Johnson and Rodney Webb gave Bowie a 20-9 lead at the half.
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November 18, 2006
No. 2 Michigan (11-0) @ No. 1 Ohio State (11-0) Where -- Columbus, Ohio When -- 3:30 p.m. TV -- Chs. 2, 7 Outlook -- LB David Harris and DE LaMarr Woodley lead a Wolverines unit that is third in the nation in total defense (231 yards a game), fifth in scoring defense (12.1 points) and No. 1 against the run at 29.9 yards. The Buckeyes enter with the nation's longest winning streak at 18 games and have won the past two meetings with Michigan. Only one team has been within 17 points of Ohio State, and the Buckeyes lead the nation in scoring defense at 7.8 points a game.
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