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April 26, 2012
Sam Snow, Fairfield Junior, Bainbridge Island, Wash, midfielder Snow ignited the No. 15 Stags' 9-8 overtime upset of then-No. 10 Denver on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound midfielder tied a career best with five goals against the Pioneers. His fourth goal, with 19 seconds left in regulation, knotted the score at 8, and he scored the game-winner 32 seconds into the extra frame. Snow who had three of Fairfield's last four goals and was named Eastern College Athletic Conference's Offensive Player of the Week, leads the Stags in goals (31)
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Sports Digest | September 24, 2014
Maryland basketball Breakfast in Baltimore with Turgeon, Frese, Anderson The Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation will host "Maryland's B1G Basketball Breakfast in Baltimore" with coaches Mark Turgeon and Brenda Frese and athletic director Kevin Anderson in celebration of the school's inaugural season in the Big Ten. The event will take place Oct. 13 at 8 a.m. at Westminster Hall and will include breakfast and a panel discussion with...
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January 12, 2012
Regarding your article about the proposed waste-to-energy plant in South Baltimore, I don't think it's a good idea to have another such plant in the area since there is already such a high concentration of pollution there ("Delay sought for trash-burning power plant in Fairfield," Jan. 9). If we are trying to reduce pollutants in the air, all a new plant would do is discourage recycling and make it even harder to build other "green" energy projects. That's a step backward, not forward.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2014
The owner of a planned power plant in Fairfield faces millions of dollars in fines and has been ordered to halt construction because company officials didn't buy enough emissions credits to offset air pollution the facility is expected to emit, according to state officials. Maryland Department of the Environment officials could fine Energy Answers International, the New York-based company that is building the plant, more than $8 million for the violation — $25,000 for each day since it began construction last August.
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From Sun staff reports | May 5, 2012
No. 3 Loyola used a desperation goal with one second left in the first quarter to start a three-goal rally and pull away from No. 18 Fairfield, winning, 14-7, in the Eastern College Athletic Conference championship Friday in Denver. Reid Acton scored from 80 yards out with one second left in the first quarter for a 5-3 Greyhounds lead. Loyola (14-1) scored twice in the opening 2:20 of the second quarter to go up 7-3. The Stags (12-4) added a goal before the break but were held scoreless in the third.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to the Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2010
— If third-ranked Maryland was out to prove its lack of a post-ACC tournament hangover Saturday, mission accomplished. Looking as sharp as they have all season, the host Terrapins bounced back from last weekend's loss to Virginia with a dominant performance against Fairfield, scoring the game's first eight goals and holding the Stags without so much as a shot for the first 11:21 in a 17-4 victory. "We really wanted to boost our confidence again," sophomore Joe Cummings said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2013
There are myriad reasons for Loyola's five-game winning streak. The defense is surrendering an average of 5.8 goals, the offense unearthed an explosive attackman in freshman Zach Herreweyers while senior attackman and 2012 Tewaaraton Award finalist Mike Sawyer sat out two games, and the transition game was bolstered by the return of senior short-stick defensive midfielder Josh Hawkins. Junior attackman Justin Ward pointed to another factor: practice. “After that Duke game [a 9-8 loss on March 8]
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By Terry Foy | August 30, 2012
Sources have told Inside Lacrosse that Fairfield associate head coach Kevin Conry is set to replace newly named Georgetown head coach Kevin Warne as the Terps' defensive coordinator. Conry was an assistant at Fairfield for five seasons, and spent the past two as associate head coach under Andy Copelan. In 2012, the Stag defense finished 16th in Division I with 9.06 goals against and Fairfield advanced to the ECAC finals before falling to Loyola. At Maryland, Conry inherits a 'D' that finished ninth in DI with 7.94 goals allowed and featured ACC Rookie of the Year Goran Murray and redshirt sophomore goalie Niko Amato, who stopped 54 percent of the shots he saw last season.
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July 31, 1995
Fairfield has gone through several rapid transformations. What 100 years ago was an idyllic village on Curtis Bay became a center for vegetable and oyster canning. Remnants of that rural atmosphere quickly disappeared during World War II, when Fairfield briefly became the largest shipyard on the East Coast, assembling Liberty ships.After peace came, Fairfield became home for public housing projects and chemical industries.Today, Fairfield is on the threshold of further changes. Now part of Baltimore's $100 million empowerment zone, it is seen as the site of an innovative eco-industrial park.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2013
Reigning national champion Loyola owns a commanding 13-2 advantage in this Eastern College Athletic Conference series and swept Fairfield in two games last season, including a 14-7 thumping in the championship final of the conference tournament. The Stags have never won on the Greyhounds' home turf. Fairfield (6-4 overall and 2-1 in the league) has won three of its last four contests, but is trying to bounce back from an 8-7 loss to conference foe Bellarmine last Saturday. Junior attackman Jordan Greenfield leads the offense in goals with 22 and points with 29. No. 10 Loyola (8-2)
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2014
A developer wants to buy city-owned property near the Fairfield Marine Terminal to turn it into more parking for the port of Baltimore's thriving automobile import and export trade. The city's Board of Estimates could consider as early as Wednesday selling the 8-acre property in the 1500 block of Chesapeake Ave. to Chesapeake Real Estate Group LLC for its appraised value of $760,000. The Baltimore Development Corp. board voted Thursday to recommend the sale of the once-residential but long-vacant site.
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From Sun staff reports | November 17, 2013
Loyola Maryland overcame a cold shooting spell to start the second half in its home opener and defeated Fairfield, 59-52, on Saturday night behind 20 points from senior guard Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons). Cormier was the only Greyhound who scored in double figures. The next-highest was eight points by junior guard R.J. Williams, including 6-for-6 at the free-throw line. Loyola started the second half missing its first 13 field-goal attempts. The Stags (1-1) responded, going on a 10-1 run to take their first lead of the game at 37-36 with 11:49 left.
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Compiled from Inside Lacrosse | August 14, 2013
The Johns Hopkins, Maryland and Towson men's lacrosse programs have received more oral commitments from rising sophomores, including a reported high-profile pickup by the Blue Jays. In June, LaxLessons.com said Matt Stagnitta , the son of Denver Outlaws coach Jim Stagnitta and a rising sophomore midfielder at Montgomery High in Skillman, N.J., committed to Johns Hopkins. Hopkins also got a commitment from defenseman Jack Lyne of Middlesex School in Concord, Mass.
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By Candy Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2013
The port of Baltimore has applied for a $10 million federal grant — to be matched by a state grant of $19.5 million — to expand rail access and export storage at Fairfield Marine Terminal and to widen the access channel to Seagirt Marine Terminal. The proposal, which Maryland Port Administration commissioners approved Tuesday, would tap into a $473.8 million pot called TIGER 5 funds that the U.S. Department of Transportation will distribute this fall. Plans include dredging the approach to Seagirt to handle the widest ships in the world and using some of that material to fill a World War II-vintage basin at Fairfield to create 7.6 acres for car and heavy equipment storage.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Fairfield will announce intentions to join the Colonial Athletic Association as an affiliate member in men's lacrosse for the 2015 season, sources said. On June 4, Fairfield athletic director Gene Doris issued a statement saying that the Stags would explore their options for a new conference for men's lacrosse. “Fairfield is committed to continuing that ascent and will explore all options available to secure our place amongst the upper tier of Division I lacrosse,” Doris said in the statement.
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From Sun staff reports | April 21, 2013
Sam Snow scored the game-winner with 56 seconds left in overtime as the visiting Fairfield men's lacrosse team upset top-ranked Denver, 10-9, Saturday in front of an announced 2,520 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. The Stags (8-5, 4-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) recorded the program's first win over a No. 1 team. The victory gives the Stags a spot in the ECAC championship May 2-4 at Hobart. Denver fell to 10-3 overall and 5-1 in league play. Michael Roe won the opening faceoff of overtime and Fairfield called a timeout.
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By Edward Lee | April 30, 2012
No. 15 Fairfield's 8-3 loss to No. 20 and Eastern College Athletic Conference rival Ohio State last Saturday meant that the Stags (11-3 overall and 4-2 in the league) finished in third place in the conference, one spot behind the Buckeyes (8-6, 5-1). And that means that the two teams will meet in the semifinal round of the ECAC tournament, which takes place Wednesday night in Denver. The quick turnaround doesn't leave coach Andy Copelan and the rest of Fairfield much time to make any changes in their game plan against Ohio State.
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By From Staff Reports | March 17, 1995
Freshmen Todd Vizcarrondo and Chris Georgalas each scored three goals to lead No. 5 Loyola to a 16-3 rout of Fairfield in men's lacrosse yesterday at Curley Field. Ten Greyhounds scored as Loyola outshot the Stags, 45-14.Freshman attackman Tim O'Shea and senior midfielder Tom Welsch added two goals and one assist apiece for Loyola (4-0). The Greyhounds, who ran out to an 11-0 first-quarter lead, held Fairfield (0-2) scoreless until 9:45 left in the game.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2013
Loyola's satisfaction over playing with a full starting lineup lasted just one game. After pounding then-No. 8 Ohio State, 9-4, on March 30 with its full complement of starters, the team took care of Fairfield, 13-7, last Saturday without freshman attackman Zach Herreweyers. Herreweyers had started in the No. 10 Greyhounds' last four contests, but was not dressed for Saturday's victory. Coach Charley Toomey wouldn't say what was ailing Herreweyers. “We're all fighting something,” he said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2013
There are myriad reasons for Loyola's five-game winning streak. The defense is surrendering an average of 5.8 goals, the offense unearthed an explosive attackman in freshman Zach Herreweyers while senior attackman and 2012 Tewaaraton Award finalist Mike Sawyer sat out two games, and the transition game was bolstered by the return of senior short-stick defensive midfielder Josh Hawkins. Junior attackman Justin Ward pointed to another factor: practice. “After that Duke game [a 9-8 loss on March 8]
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