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By From Staff Reports | January 16, 1994
NEW YORK -- Six-foot-11 freshman Randy Edney blocked a school-record 11 shots and scored 12 of his career-high 16 points in the first half, as Mount St. Mary's defeated Long Island, 110-92, in a Northeast Conference game yesterday.Guards Chris McGuthrie and Riley Inge scored 18 points each for the Mount, which had five players in double figures.The victory was the Mountaineers' third straight. Long Island has lost 12 straight.The Mountaineers (6-7, 3-3) shot 59 percent from the field.The Mount led 19-16 at the 12:08 mark and outscored the Blackbirds 13-6 over the next three minutes to take a 10-point lead.
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December 26, 2000
Basketball Pacers: Placed C Bruno Sundov (strained right groin) on injured list. Activated G Tyus Edney.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | March 20, 1995
BOISE, Idaho -- With his team trailing Missouri by one with 4.8 seconds remaining, UCLA coach Jim Harrick wanted the ball in the hands of point guard Tyus Edney just like he wanted two years ago in a second-round game against Michigan.In that game, Edney made a bad decision and the Bruins lost; this time his actions resulted in a trip to the Sweet 16.The 5-foot-10 Edney drove the length of the floor, eluded a defender with a behind-the-back dribble at the three-point line and then scored on a driving layup over the outstretched hands of 6-9 Derek Grimm just before the buzzer as the top-seeded Bruins beat Missouri, 75-74.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 17, 1996
Cardinal Gibbons forward Josh Davalli has orally committed to a full Division II basketball scholarship at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.Davalli, 6 feet 6 and a first-team All-Metro pick, averaged 20.6 points, 10.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists to earn All-Catholic League honors for the second straight year.He scored a school-record 92 three-pointers.A member of the National Honor Society with a 3.6 grade-point average, Davalli was recruited by Army, Bucknell, Dayton, Maryland, Navy, Penn State, Towson State, UMBC, Creighton, Robert Morris and St. Frances.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 17, 1996
Cardinal Gibbons forward Josh Davalli has orally committed to a full Division II basketball scholarship at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.Davalli, 6 feet 6 and a first-team All-Metro pick, averaged 20.6 points, 10.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists to earn All-Catholic League honors for the second straight year.He scored a school-record 92 three-pointers.A member of the National Honor Society with a 3.6 grade-point average, Davalli was recruited by Army, Bucknell, Dayton, Maryland, Navy, Penn State, Towson State, UMBC, Creighton, Robert Morris and St. Frances.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | April 2, 1995
SEATTLE -- Big men and little men usually are the players who most determine national championships, especially once a team reaches the Final Four. Recent history tells us it's the team with the good little guys that usually wins.UCLA is one victory away from its first national championship in 20 years because the Bruins were able to stop Oklahoma State's Bryant Reeves down the stretch and the Cowboys weren't able to shut down Tyus Edney in yesterday's NCAA tournament semifinal at the Kingdome.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | March 24, 1995
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Tyus Edney was last week's hero for UCLA, driving the length of the court in 4.8 seconds for a driving layup that helped beat Missouri and put the Bruins in to the regional semifinals. But he quickly attempted to downplay one of the most dramatic endings of the early rounds."People have been congratulating me, calling me, stuff like that," Edney said. "Personally, I realize that we're just glad we won the game. I know we have a bigger job now. I know these games are going to be even tougher, so that's in the past and I'm just glad we were able to advance."
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December 26, 2000
Basketball Pacers: Placed C Bruno Sundov (strained right groin) on injured list. Activated G Tyus Edney.
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May 28, 1993
U.S. Naval Academy officials have honored the late Dottie Brouse, the secretary who served 14 academy commandants during her 25 years at the school.Retired Adm. Leon Edney, academy commandant from June 1981 to January 1984, and the current commandant, Navy Capt. John B. Padgett III, dedicated the commandant's conference fTC room to Ms. Brouse and unveiled a plaque in her honor.Admiral Edney called Ms. Brouse, who died in August, "an uplifting spirit," noting that everyone who came to see her walked away feeling better about themselves.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
SEATTLE -- How will Corey Beck ever slow Tyus Edney?Can Edney, nearly five inches shorter, stop Beck when he goes to the basket?If either had an opinion on his play at point guard in the NCAA championship game, it wasn't voiced yesterday, because both were absent from interview sessions with doctor's excuses.Edney injured his right wrist in the first half of UCLA's 74-61 semifinal win over Oklahoma State. X-rays yesterday morning were negative, and he was diagnosed with a sprain, which was treated at the University of Washington's training room.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 5, 1995
SEATTLE -- Throughout the NCAA tournament, one of the sideshows was speculation over who's leaving college early to go to the NBA.It's a topic that hits home in Maryland, where everyone wants to know one thing: Will Joe Smith go?At the Final Four, North Carolina's sophomore All-Americans, Rasheed Wallace and Jerry Stackhouse, were asked the same question. Arkansas has to deal with the possible departure of juniors Corliss Williamson and Scotty Thurman.Even Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson didn't discount the possibility that he would move to the pro ranks and direct the expansion team in Toronto.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | April 4, 1995
SEATTLE -- He left the court 157 seconds into the game, his sprained right wrist dangling and obviously of no use, its limpness a perfect metaphor for UCLA's suddenly reduced chances.Unable to use Tyus Edney against Arkansas in the NCAA championship game last night, the Bruins needed to play a perfect game, or close to one, to win. They had to have a long list of things go right, no exceptions, or Arkansas would run them out of the Kingdome.It was a daunting proposition. Edney had carried the Bruins to the title game with a run of brilliant performances.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 4, 1995
SEATTLE -- Cameron Dollar inherited the UCLA point guard position one game earlier than he anticipated.It was the biggest game of his life.Dollar, who played prep school ball for two years in Maryland, is a sophomore guard who has spent most of the past two seasons getting ready to take over at the point once Tyus Edney's college career ended.That moment came last night, in the NCAA championship game against Arkansas, when Edney didn't have the strength in his right wrist to deal with the pressure applied by the defending champion.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | April 4, 1995
SEATTLE -- The ghosts are gone. The decades of frustration in Westwood are over. After a 20-year interruption, the tradition has continued.UCLA is back.Back where it was in the days of Alcindor and Warren and Allen, of Patterson and Wicks and Rowe, of Walton and Wilkes. And of Wooden. Always Wooden.Back on top of the college basketball world.With last night's stunning and decisive 89-78 victory over defending national champion Arkansas in the NCAA championship game at the Kingdome, the top-ranked Bruins reclaimed the spot that was once nearly their private domain.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
SEATTLE -- This is about dynasties, both wannabes and used-to-bes. It is about ghosts, the biggest of whom might be here in person at the Kingdome for tonight's NCAA tournament championship game between Arkansas and UCLA. It is also about history, ancient and future.L The defending champion Razorbacks will be trying to make it.The top-ranked Bruins will be trying to relive it.A victory for Arkansas (32-6) will will put the Razorbacks in a select group of teams who have won back-to-back national titles, making them only the second in the past 21 seasons to do it.A victory for UCLA (30-2)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
SEATTLE -- How will Corey Beck ever slow Tyus Edney?Can Edney, nearly five inches shorter, stop Beck when he goes to the basket?If either had an opinion on his play at point guard in the NCAA championship game, it wasn't voiced yesterday, because both were absent from interview sessions with doctor's excuses.Edney injured his right wrist in the first half of UCLA's 74-61 semifinal win over Oklahoma State. X-rays yesterday morning were negative, and he was diagnosed with a sprain, which was treated at the University of Washington's training room.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | March 26, 1995
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Everyone who doesn't play for the UCLA Bruins thinks All-America forward Ed O'Bannon is the team's most important player. But everyone who plays for the Bruins, including O'Bannon, points to someone else: the little bumblebee point guard, the one the Bruins call Junior."
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By Don Markus | April 3, 1995
UCLA (30-2) vs. ARKANSAS (32-6)Site/Time: Kingdome, Seattle, tonight, 8:40 p.m.TV/Radio: Channels 13, 9/WBAL (1090 AM)MATCHUPSFrontcourtIt will come down to whether the Bruins can stop Corliss Williamson around the basket and the Razorbacks can prevent the O'Bannon brothers from driving to the basket. Williamson was too strong for North Carolina's Rasheed Wallace, and should be too quick for Bruins center George Zidek. The matchup of Charles O'Bannon and Scotty Thurman will be interesting since the UCLA sophomore is coming off one of his best shooting games (19 points on 7 of 9)
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By Don Markus | April 3, 1995
UCLA (30-2) vs. ARKANSAS (32-6)Site/Time: Kingdome, Seattle, tonight, 8:40 p.m.TV/Radio: Channels 13, 9/WBAL (1090 AM)MATCHUPSFrontcourtIt will come down to whether the Bruins can stop Corliss Williamson around the basket and the Razorbacks can prevent the O'Bannon brothers from driving to the basket. Williamson was too strong for North Carolina's Rasheed Wallace, and should be too quick for Bruins center George Zidek. The matchup of Charles O'Bannon and Scotty Thurman will be interesting since the UCLA sophomore is coming off one of his best shooting games (19 points on 7 of 9)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | April 2, 1995
SEATTLE -- Big men and little men usually are the players who most determine national championships, especially once a team reaches the Final Four. Recent history tells us it's the team with the good little guys that usually wins.UCLA is one victory away from its first national championship in 20 years because the Bruins were able to stop Oklahoma State's Bryant Reeves down the stretch and the Cowboys weren't able to shut down Tyus Edney in yesterday's NCAA tournament semifinal at the Kingdome.
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