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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | May 11, 2008
There's not much Maryland's Dana Dobbie and Towson's Hillary Fratzke cannot do on the lacrosse field. They can dominate on either end of the field for their NCAA tournament-bound teams, and each ranks among the national leaders in such diverse categories as draw controls, points and caused turnovers. While such success usually comes with an early start in the sport, Dobbie, a senior, and Fratzke, a junior, didn't play girls lacrosse until they were about 13. Instead, they played lots of other sports and battled their siblings in backyard competition, thus laying a foundation for versatility and a high athletic IQ. Each was born far from the epicenter of lacrosse - Dobbie in Guelph, Ontario, and Fratzke in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | May 11, 2008
There's not much Maryland's Dana Dobbie and Towson's Hillary Fratzke cannot do on the lacrosse field. They can dominate on either end of the field for their NCAA tournament-bound teams, and each ranks among the national leaders in such diverse categories as draw controls, points and caused turnovers. While such success usually comes with an early start in the sport, Dobbie, a senior, and Fratzke, a junior, didn't play girls lacrosse until they were about 13. Instead, they played lots of other sports and battled their siblings in backyard competition, thus laying a foundation for versatility and a high athletic IQ. Each was born far from the epicenter of lacrosse - Dobbie in Guelph, Ontario, and Fratzke in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | May 19, 2007
When she was 14 years old, Dana Dobbie read about the Maryland's women's lacrosse team in Sports Illustrated for Women. She decided right then that she wanted to play for the 10-time national-champion Terps. That may have seemed a stretch for a girl from Ontario who didn't even know the women's game existed until she was 13. Not to Dobbie. "Ever since then, I told my dad I wanted to play for the University of Maryland and he was just, `Yeah, Dana. Go do it. If that's what you want to do, then that's what's going to happen."
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By From staff reports | May 1, 2008
Senior leadership proved to be the difference as the No. 5 Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated host No. 7 Princeton, 18-9, last night at Class of 1952 Stadium. The seniors accounted for 21 of the 23 points Maryland got in the most lopsided victory in the series since 1984. Dana Dobbie led the Terps with five goals and an assist while securing seven draw controls. Her 62 goals this year rank seventh for most in a season at Maryland while her 111 draw controls are the second most in a season in NCAA history.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 27, 2008
Dana Dobbie had five goals, eight draw controls and four caused turnovers to lead the No. 3 Maryland women's lacrosse team to a 15-10 win over visiting Towson yesterday at Ludwig Field. Lauren Cohen scored her second straight hat trick and Allie Buote made 12 saves for the Terps (9-1). Dobbie scored her first three goals within the game's seven minutes. Hillary Fratzke had two goals and two assists for the Tigers (6-3), who scored the game's final four goals. Albany 17, UMBC 12 -- Kayla Best and Tee Ladouceur combined for 12 goals and the Great Danes (6-3, 1-1 America East)
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | April 24, 2008
If there's a secret to winning the draw, Maryland's Dana Dobbie knows it better than anyone else. By season's end, the senior midfielder likely will hold every NCAA career and single-season record for winning draws. She already owns the career mark of 305, a record she set March 1. Georgetown's Gloria Lozano needed 74 games to set the previous mark of 223, but Dobbie surpassed that in just 48 games. Dobbie's ability to control so many draws -- 97 this season alone -- gives the No. 2 Terrapins a huge advantage in possession time and momentum.
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By From staff reports | April 9, 2007
With just over a minute remaining, Dana Dobbie scored the game-winning goal as the No. 2 Maryland women defeated host Penn State yesterday, 10-9, in the final game of the Atlantic Coast Conference/American Lacrosse Conference Challenge. Goalie Allie Buote and the Maryland defense held No. 11 Penn State (8-4) scoreless for the first 17:01 of the second half. Dobbie led the Terrapins (12-1) with two goals and an assist, while Caitlyn McFadden had a goal and two assists. Katie Doolittle added a goal and two assists, one on Dobbie's game-winner.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | March 5, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Teams with a No. 1 or No. 2 ranking are not safe when they come to play the Maryland women's lacrosse team. Last night's 8-5 victory over No. 2 Virginia marks the third straight time the Terps have upset a Top 2 team at home in the past two years. A patient offense, tight defense and a big game from goalie Allie Buote (10 saves) gave No. 4 Maryland its first win over the Cavaliers since 2003 in an Atlantic Coast Conference showdown before about 400 rain-soaked fans at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex.
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December 5, 2005
On December 3, 2005, JUDITH M.; beloved wife of William W. De Foor; loving mother of Dirk and Victoria De Foor; grandmother of Jasmine and Quincy. She was the beloved daughter of the late Roland and Dorothea Myers; sister of Betty Seletzky, Lonnie Bechen and the late Dobbie Trainer. Funeral Services private. Arrangements by the ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL OF OWINGS MILLS.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | October 7, 1994
Roberta Dobbie's debut as a waitress at the Mount Airy Pizza Hut eight years ago wasn't promising.Within her first month, she waited on the owners' son -- who helps to run the business -- and didn't exactly make a good impression.It was late, the restaurant was ready to close, Ms. Dobbie was tired, and she didn't give her customer service with a smile."He [the son] said he was this close to firing me," she recalls.Apparently she has learned a lot.On Tuesday, Ms. Dobbie of Mount Airy won first place in the casual dining category of the Restaurant Association of Maryland's Service Classic Competition for waiters.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 26, 2008
The No. 11 Maryland men's lacrosse team fell, 11-8, to No. 3 Virginia last night at Klockner Stadium in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. The Cavaliers jumped on top early with back-to-back goals by Garrett Billings. The Terps got on the board with a wrap-around goal by freshman Ryan Young to cut the lead to one. Ben Rubeor (Loyola) pushed it back to two goals with an unassisted goal with 5:36 left in the first quarter. The lead was almost three, but redshirt junior goalie Jason Carter made a one-on-one save during a Cavaliers man-up opportunity.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | April 24, 2008
If there's a secret to winning the draw, Maryland's Dana Dobbie knows it better than anyone else. By season's end, the senior midfielder likely will hold every NCAA career and single-season record for winning draws. She already owns the career mark of 305, a record she set March 1. Georgetown's Gloria Lozano needed 74 games to set the previous mark of 223, but Dobbie surpassed that in just 48 games. Dobbie's ability to control so many draws -- 97 this season alone -- gives the No. 2 Terrapins a huge advantage in possession time and momentum.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 27, 2008
Dana Dobbie had five goals, eight draw controls and four caused turnovers to lead the No. 3 Maryland women's lacrosse team to a 15-10 win over visiting Towson yesterday at Ludwig Field. Lauren Cohen scored her second straight hat trick and Allie Buote made 12 saves for the Terps (9-1). Dobbie scored her first three goals within the game's seven minutes. Hillary Fratzke had two goals and two assists for the Tigers (6-3), who scored the game's final four goals. Albany 17, UMBC 12 -- Kayla Best and Tee Ladouceur combined for 12 goals and the Great Danes (6-3, 1-1 America East)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 23, 2008
Senior Dana Dobbie matched a career high with seven goals to power Maryland past Stanford, 15-7, yesterday. Maryland's defense allowed fewer than 10 goals for the fourth straight game and forced 18 Cardinal turnovers. Senior Katie Pumphrey caused six turnovers while sophomore Karissa Taylor forced four. Allie Buote made 10 saves. Seniors Lauren Cohen and Casey Magor added hat tricks, and Kelly Kasper had two assists. For the third straight game, the Terps (8-1) jumped out to a quick lead as they scored the first four goals.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | March 5, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Teams with a No. 1 or No. 2 ranking are not safe when they come to play the Maryland women's lacrosse team. Last night's 8-5 victory over No. 2 Virginia marks the third straight time the Terps have upset a Top 2 team at home in the past two years. A patient offense, tight defense and a big game from goalie Allie Buote (10 saves) gave No. 4 Maryland its first win over the Cavaliers since 2003 in an Atlantic Coast Conference showdown before about 400 rain-soaked fans at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | May 19, 2007
When she was 14 years old, Dana Dobbie read about the Maryland's women's lacrosse team in Sports Illustrated for Women. She decided right then that she wanted to play for the 10-time national-champion Terps. That may have seemed a stretch for a girl from Ontario who didn't even know the women's game existed until she was 13. Not to Dobbie. "Ever since then, I told my dad I wanted to play for the University of Maryland and he was just, `Yeah, Dana. Go do it. If that's what you want to do, then that's what's going to happen."
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By Jeremy Licht and Danny Baker and Jeremy Licht and Danny Baker,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2003
With the prospect of intense heat, tournament officials at the Under-19 World Lacrosse Championships are taking extra precautions. John Lopez, the director of the Towson Sports Medicine Center, monitors the temperature and humidity on Minnegan Field at Towson Stadium to make sure playing conditions are safe. He takes measurements from a point near the scorer's table, and is concerned not only with the temperature at the level of players' heads but also with the hotter area near the artificial turf.
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By From staff reports | May 1, 2008
Senior leadership proved to be the difference as the No. 5 Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated host No. 7 Princeton, 18-9, last night at Class of 1952 Stadium. The seniors accounted for 21 of the 23 points Maryland got in the most lopsided victory in the series since 1984. Dana Dobbie led the Terps with five goals and an assist while securing seven draw controls. Her 62 goals this year rank seventh for most in a season at Maryland while her 111 draw controls are the second most in a season in NCAA history.
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By From staff reports | April 9, 2007
With just over a minute remaining, Dana Dobbie scored the game-winning goal as the No. 2 Maryland women defeated host Penn State yesterday, 10-9, in the final game of the Atlantic Coast Conference/American Lacrosse Conference Challenge. Goalie Allie Buote and the Maryland defense held No. 11 Penn State (8-4) scoreless for the first 17:01 of the second half. Dobbie led the Terrapins (12-1) with two goals and an assist, while Caitlyn McFadden had a goal and two assists. Katie Doolittle added a goal and two assists, one on Dobbie's game-winner.
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December 5, 2005
On December 3, 2005, JUDITH M.; beloved wife of William W. De Foor; loving mother of Dirk and Victoria De Foor; grandmother of Jasmine and Quincy. She was the beloved daughter of the late Roland and Dorothea Myers; sister of Betty Seletzky, Lonnie Bechen and the late Dobbie Trainer. Funeral Services private. Arrangements by the ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL OF OWINGS MILLS.
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