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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Gregg Edell saved his best game of the season for yesterday, much to the displeasure of his father, Maryland coach Dick Edell. Gregg Edell had two goals and an assist as Dartmouth stayed close with the No. 6 Terrapins for three quarters before falling, 9-4, in front of 348 at Byrd Stadium. In the first game Dick Edell has coached against his son, Maryland (5-1) needed a 4-0 run over the final 25 1/2 minutes to put away the Big Green (1-2). "With all the playoff games and rivalry games in the course of 32 years, I've done all the things a coach can do. But this is one experience I've never had before," Dick Edell said.
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Mike Preston | March 16, 2012
If University of Maryland lacrosse coach John Tillman was a lawyer, he would have lost the recent case of Maryland versus Towson. The Maryland and Towson series goes back to 1971, but no one knows if they will ever play again. Tillman and Maryland officials have an assortment of excuses, but the bottom line is in-state schools like Towson and UMBC treated the Maryland game as their Super Bowl, and the big brother Terps had nothing to gain even if they won. And with 17 seniors leaving from last year's team which lost in the national championship game, Tillman knew it was the appropriate time to bail.
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Mike Preston | March 16, 2012
If University of Maryland lacrosse coach John Tillman was a lawyer, he would have lost the recent case of Maryland versus Towson. The Maryland and Towson series goes back to 1971, but no one knows if they will ever play again. Tillman and Maryland officials have an assortment of excuses, but the bottom line is in-state schools like Towson and UMBC treated the Maryland game as their Super Bowl, and the big brother Terps had nothing to gain even if they won. And with 17 seniors leaving from last year's team which lost in the national championship game, Tillman knew it was the appropriate time to bail.
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By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2003
For Dick Edell, one of the most successful coaches in the history of men's college lacrosse, the statistics only tell part of the story. In nearly two decades at the University of Maryland, he led teams to three Atlantic Coast Conference titles, 13 NCAA tournament appearances and three championship finals. To appreciate the impact he had on the lives of his players and fans, though, you would have had to have been at Byrd Stadium in College Park yesterday, where nearly 500 people showed up to help a man who has meant a lot to them.
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By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2003
For Dick Edell, one of the most successful coaches in the history of men's college lacrosse, the statistics only tell part of the story. In nearly two decades at the University of Maryland, he led teams to three Atlantic Coast Conference titles, 13 NCAA tournament appearances and three championship finals. To appreciate the impact he had on the lives of his players and fans, though, you would have had to have been at Byrd Stadium in College Park yesterday, where nearly 500 people showed up to help a man who has meant a lot to them.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN COLUMNIST | September 17, 2001
Dick Edell's passion for University of Maryland lacrosse was often on display in the fall. After the Terps played football games at Byrd Stadium, Edell and his players would go on "Dumpster duty." Because of occasional budget crunches during his 18 years at Maryland, Edell, who resigned as Terps coach Sept. 3, and his team were reduced to picking up peanut shells, cracked mustard packets and other trash to add $1,600 to his budget. "I went through some highs and lows at Maryland," said Edell, 57. "You haven't lived until you've picked up peanut shells.
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October 6, 1999
A seminar on the college athletic recruiting process will be held at 7 tonight in Centennial High School's auditorium. It is open to all students and parents.Centennial's Dave Greenberg and P. J. Kesmodel of Mount Hebron will coordinate the evening. Featured panelists are University of Maryland coaches Chris Weller and Dick Edell.Topics that will be covered include goals of the recruiting process, role of the NCAA and roles of the students and parents.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 15, 1999
Yesterday afternoon's lacrosse game between No. 6 Maryland and No. 13 Towson at Minnegan Stadium was postponed because of snow.It has tentatively been rescheduled for May 5 at 7: 30 p.m. The decision was made by Tigers coach Tony Seaman and Terrapins coach Dick Edell 40 minutes before game time when Towson's grass field had already been covered by a few inches of snow.The Terrapins lead the series, 15-4, and have won the last four meetings. Maryland has never lost in nine appearances at Minnegan.
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October 3, 1999
A seminar on the college athletic recruiting process will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday in Centennial High School's auditorium.Guidence counselors Dave Greenberg of Centennial and P.J. Kesmodel of Mount Hebron will coordinate the evening. Featured panelists are University of Maryland coaches Chris Weller (women's basketball) and Dick Edell (men's lacrosse).Topics that will be covered include: goals of the recruiting process, role of the NCAA, role of the student and parent, role of the college coach, role of the high school coach and guidance office.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | February 26, 1999
Craig Hochstadt, a Maryland reserve attackman and a Boys' Latin graduate, was arrested earlier this month after a stolen parking pass from a senior campus administrator was found in a car registered in Hochstadt's name, a university police spokesman said yesterday. The freshman has been suspended for three games. Hochstadt, a Columbia native and the younger brother of the Terrapins' second-team All-America attackman Scott Hochstadt, was charged with theft by police on Feb. 8 after a university parking employee discovered an all-campus parking permit hanging in a car window.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN COLUMNIST | September 17, 2001
Dick Edell's passion for University of Maryland lacrosse was often on display in the fall. After the Terps played football games at Byrd Stadium, Edell and his players would go on "Dumpster duty." Because of occasional budget crunches during his 18 years at Maryland, Edell, who resigned as Terps coach Sept. 3, and his team were reduced to picking up peanut shells, cracked mustard packets and other trash to add $1,600 to his budget. "I went through some highs and lows at Maryland," said Edell, 57. "You haven't lived until you've picked up peanut shells.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Gregg Edell saved his best game of the season for yesterday, much to the displeasure of his father, Maryland coach Dick Edell. Gregg Edell had two goals and an assist as Dartmouth stayed close with the No. 6 Terrapins for three quarters before falling, 9-4, in front of 348 at Byrd Stadium. In the first game Dick Edell has coached against his son, Maryland (5-1) needed a 4-0 run over the final 25 1/2 minutes to put away the Big Green (1-2). "With all the playoff games and rivalry games in the course of 32 years, I've done all the things a coach can do. But this is one experience I've never had before," Dick Edell said.
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By Gary Lambrecht | March 18, 2000
No. 6 Loyola (3-0) at No. 12 Notre Dame (2-1) Time: 1 p.m. Site: Loftus Sports Center, South Bend, Ind. Radio: WKDB (1570 AM) Skinny: The Greyhounds could creep higher in the rankings by extending their NCAA-best regular-season winning streak to 27 games. No. 9 Maryland (4-1) at No. 13 Cornell (3-0) Time: 2 p.m. Site: Schoellkopf Field, Ithaca, N.Y. Skinny: A win moves Terps coach Dick Edell into fourth place on the all-time victory list, but it will not come easily. Cornell is off to its best start in nine years.
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By Steve Bradley and Steve Bradley,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 14, 1998
PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Don't be surprised if Maryland coach Dick Edell leads a movement to bring the NCAA lacrosse championship to upstate New York.After suffering defeats in the national title game three of the past four seasons, including this one, Edell walked off the sideline with a smile on his face yesterday after his South squad held off the North, 19-18, in the 57th North-South Classic at Nazareth College."
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