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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2012
The Stevenson men's lacrosse team stuck to its usual script of starting fast and cruising to a satisfying finish Wednesday. The Mustangs outscored visiting Denison, 8-3, in the first half en route to a 14-7 victory in an NCAA Division III tournament quarterfinal game before an announced 902 at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills. Stevenson improved to 18-4 and will hit the road to tangle with Capital Athletic Conference rival Salisbury in a Final Four matchup on Sunday. Salisbury, the reigning national champion, walloped visiting Cabrini, 14-4, at Sea Gull Stadium in Salisbury on Wednesday night.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
Based on last year's numbers, attackmen Luke Phipps and Mike Kane have turned in surprising seasons for Salisbury. Asked to pick which player has been the bigger surprise, coach Jim Berkman couldn't single out one and leave out the other. “I actually think that both are pretty big surprises,” he said on Tuesday morning. “Both have really gotten a lot better. Their confidence has been a big part of them improving, and the work that they have done in the offseason to get their skill level to the next level has been remarkable.” Phipps, a John Carroll graduate, ranks second on the Sea Gulls (19-1)
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By Edward Lee | April 8, 2012
That Justin Lea has recorded 10 goals and three assists in just three contests for No. 6 Stevenson demonstrates how vital the senior midfielder is to the offense. It also shows how determined the Elkridge native and Mount St. Joseph graduate is to making a difference for the Mustangs, who improved to 11-2 after defeating No. 8 Denison, 12-9, Saturday. Lea was sidelined for eight straight contests after breaking a bone in his right hand during practice after the team had beaten Hampden-Sydney Feb. 25. The bone eventually healed, but Lea still wears a protective wrap on his hand.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
Denison has announced the hiring of former Loyola University and Loyola High player Keith Euker and former Maryland assistant and player Fran Gormley as assistant coaches. "We are really fortunate to hire two top-notch people and coaches in Keith Euker and Fran Gormley," said head coach Mike Caravana . "Their teaching and coaching skills, as well as their love of the game, came across very strongly in their interviews. They also come to us with strong references within the coaching ranks.
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By Edward Lee | April 7, 2012
Denison, ranked eighth in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll, is 9-0 and enjoying its best start since 1967 when that squad opened that campaign with 12 straight victories. But the Big Red is just 1-2 against Stevenson and has dropped the last two meetings. The No. 6 Mustangs (10-2) have won five consecutive games and all seven games at home this season. Here are a few factors that could influence the outcome at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills Saturday.
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March 1, 1991
Services for Ruth K. Denison, secretary and treasurer of C. D. Denison Orthopaedic Appliance Corp., will be held at 10 a.m. today at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 1108 Providence Road, Towson.Mrs. Denison, who was 90, died Wednesday at her home in the Hampton House Apartments after an illness of more than a month.She had been secretary and treasurer of the company since her husband, Cedric D. Denison, founded it in 1940.She had worked with him in a similar business in New Haven, Conn., from the time they were married in 1925 until they moved to Baltimore in 1938 so that Mr. Denison could take a job with the Baltimore League for Crippled Children and Adults.
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By Edward Lee | May 15, 2012
When Denison pays a visit to Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills Wednesday night for an NCAA tournament quarterfinal, Stevenson won't be unfamiliar with the Big Red. That's because the two teams tangled on April 7 with the Mustangs emerging with a 12-9 victory. That contest should help Stevenson reacquaint itself with Denison. “I think we've just got to know what they're about,” coach Paul Cantabene said Monday of the Big Red. “They're a very talented team with a lot of older kids playing for them, especially on the offensive end. They're a dangerous team.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2012
Any doubts about Justin Lea's health - or his impact on the Stevenson men's lacrosse team - should be a thing of the past. The senior midfielder's four goals powered the No. 6 Mustangs to a sizeable advantage and his two assists put the finishing touches on a 12-9 win against No. 8 Denison before an announced 548 at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills on Saturday. Lea - who sat out eight games after breaking a bone in his right hand - scored all four of his goals in the first half to help propel Stevenson (11-2)
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The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
Denison has announced the hiring of former Loyola University and Loyola High player Keith Euker and former Maryland assistant and player Fran Gormley as assistant coaches. "We are really fortunate to hire two top-notch people and coaches in Keith Euker and Fran Gormley," said head coach Mike Caravana . "Their teaching and coaching skills, as well as their love of the game, came across very strongly in their interviews. They also come to us with strong references within the coaching ranks.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2013
Both teams enter this contest on opposing trends. Denison, which is ranked No. 12 in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll, has won two consecutive games since falling, 8-7, to Washington & Lee on Feb. 24. The Big Red (3-1), which has won the past two North Coast Atlantic Conference championships, advanced to last year's NCAA tournament quarterfinal round and tied a school record with 15 wins. St. Mary's has dropped two contests last week after a 2-1 start.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2013
Scott Marsh is the first to admit that he never thought he'd find himself in the cage, trying to help St. Mary's collect wins. But that's exactly where the Crofton native and South River graduate found himself Wednesday afternoon at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field. The Seahawks eventually lost, 11-6, to No. 12 Denison, but not because of Marsh, who finished with a game-high 14 saves in 34 minutes of work. Marsh has taken a circuitous route to get to this stage. He spent his freshman year at Anne Arundel Community College and then played for the club team as a sophomore and junior.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2013
The roller coaster ride for the St. Mary's men's lacrosse team continued its descent. After opening the season with a 2-1 start that included a 13-12 upset of then-No. 11 Roanoke, the Seahawks dropped their third consecutive game, falling to No. 12 Denison, 11-6, at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field on Wednesday afternoon. St. Mary's (2-4) found itself in a 4-0 deficit after the first 4:11 of the game and trailed 5-0 with less than six minutes to go in the first quarter. "I'm proud of how we came back and made a game of it, but we've just got to come out stronger," said senior attackman Patrick Mull (Fallston)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2013
No. 13 Washington College has long forgotten about Saturday's 16-8 victory over Goucher, a result that avenged a two-game sweep by the Gophers last season. The impending visit by a higher ranked opponent can have that kind of effect. Washington & Lee (4-0) is scheduled to visit Roy Kirby Jr. Stadium in Chestertown this Saturday. The Generals edged then-No. 1 Salisbury, 7-6, in double overtime and then-No. 10 Denison, 8-7, last week to move up to No. 9 in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2012
John Edwin Brewer, a retired computer engineer and artist, died of congestive heart failure May 26 at Texoma Medical Center in Denison, Texas. He was 73 and had lived in Pasadena. Born in Atlanta, he served in the Navy from 1960 to 1964. Mr. Brewer then earned an engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He moved to Pasadena and was a Westinghouse Electric Corp. systems analyst from 1966 to 1992 at the Linthicum plant. At his retirement, he received a Signature Award of Excellence.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2012
The Stevenson men's lacrosse team stuck to its usual script of starting fast and cruising to a satisfying finish Wednesday. The Mustangs outscored visiting Denison, 8-3, in the first half en route to a 14-7 victory in an NCAA Division III tournament quarterfinal game before an announced 902 at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills. Stevenson improved to 18-4 and will hit the road to tangle with Capital Athletic Conference rival Salisbury in a Final Four matchup on Sunday. Salisbury, the reigning national champion, walloped visiting Cabrini, 14-4, at Sea Gull Stadium in Salisbury on Wednesday night.
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