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By Doug Brown | March 25, 1991
* WHAT'S AHEAD: The Thunder will meet the Detroit Turbos for the Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship April 6 (8 p.m.) at the Baltimore Arena. The Thunder earned the right to stage the title game by attracting 10,265 for its match with the Philadelphia Wings Saturday night, thereby outdrawing the Turbos for the season. The championship site was determined by regular-season home attendance.Saturday's crowd was the Thunder's largest of the year. After it was announced to the crowd at halftime that Baltimore would be the championship host, 980 tickets were sold to the title game.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2014
In coach John Tillman's four-year tenure, the Maryland men's lacrosse team had twice reached the national semifinals, and each time it moved on to the title game. A third such trip did not materialize Saturday as sophomore attackman Matt Kavanagh recorded a game-high seven points on five goals and two assists to propel sixth-seeded Notre Dame to an 11-6 victory over the seventh-seeded Terps in an NCAA tournament semifinal before an announced 30,428 at M&T Bank Stadium. The Fighting Irish (12-5)
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By From Staff Reports | January 29, 1995
TULSA, Okla. -- Eric Riedlbauer scored five goals -- two in the last two minutes of the game and inadvertently the game-winner in sudden death -- to give the Baltimore Bays a 10-9 win over the Tulsa Ambush (5-5) in a United States Interregional Soccer League game last night.Down 9-7 with two minutes to play, the Bays (11-2) went to a sixth attacker with Billy Ronson in goal. Riedlbauer scored with 1:22 to play to cut the lead to one and then sent the game to sudden death by scoring his fourth goal with 38 seconds remaining.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
Not much went right for the defending state champion Marriotts Ridge girls lacrosse team in the first 34 minutes of Monday's sectional final. No. 10 Century dominated possession and ran up a four-goal lead while the Mustangs were uncharacteristically sloppy with the ball and managed just five shots. The No. 4 Mustangs, however, made up for it by scoring the final five goals of the game to take an 8-7 victory in the Class 3A-2A South Section I final. Senior midfielder Taylor Hensh scored three of her five goals in the finishing run as the host Mustangs won the toughest girls lacrosse section in the state.
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By Tarik El-Bashir and Tarik El-Bashir,The Washington Post | October 31, 2009
WASHINGTON - -For the better part of two weeks, the Washington Capitals had been eking out wins over opponents they should have beaten convincingly. On Friday night, it caught up to them on home ice against one of the NHL's worst clubs. The Capitals surrendered a one-goal lead late in the second period, then defenseman Mark Streit of the New York Islanders hammered a shot past goaltender Jos? Theodore 53 seconds into overtime to hand the Capitals a humbling, miscue-riddled 4-3 defeat. The victory was only the Islanders' third of the season and it halted Washington's six-game wining streak, stunning a capacity crowd at Verizon Center.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 6, 2004
BOSTON - The Bayhawks have met their greatest success this season on the road. Make that their only success. Last night, the Bayhawks completed the road portion of their schedule with a 6-0 record, turning in a thorough beating of the league-leading Boston Cannons, 25-14. With the win, the Bayhawks (6-5) became the first team in Major League Lacrosse history to win all of their road games. They're 0-5 on their home field at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, but the team's road record has put it in position to all but clinch a playoff spot with a win there against New Jersey in its Aug. 14 season finale.
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From Sun staff reports | April 28, 2013
No. 11 Syracuse scored six unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to down No. 3 Notre Dame, 10-4, in the Konica Minolta Big City Classic on Saturday at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. After leading 3-1 at halftime, the Fighting Irish (10-3, 4-2 Big East Conference) were held to three shots on goal in the second half as the Orange (11-3, 5-1) put the game out of reach. No. 5 Cornell 17, No. 12 Princeton 11: The Big Red (12-2, 6-0 Ivy League) took a 9-3 first-half lead and held off the Tigers (8-5, 3-3)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 13, 2000
On Wednesday, Noah Gerstmyer was bed-ridden and dehydrated as a result of working with a landscape company, "cutting down trees in the heat" as part of his senior project. Yesterday, the Boys' Latin midfielder again braved sweltering temperatures, on Towson University's Astroturf field at Minnegan Stadium. This time, he scored a goal and helped the No. 2 Lakers chop down third-ranked St. Paul's and faceoff-man extraordinaire Jack deVilliers in a 10-9 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference semifinal victory.
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June 29, 2002
How Brazil and Germany compare, going into tomorrow's World Cup final: Goalkeeper Brazil: Marcos has been up to the task in the knockout phase of the tournament, allowing just a single goal to England after giving up one to Turkey and two to Costa Rica during the first round. But he is not always dependable. Germany: Oliver Kahn, regarded as the top goalkeeper in the world, has allowed just one goal in Germany's first six games. His sprawling saves helped in 1-0 wins against the United States and South Korea.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 20, 2008
Maryland's senior class shined in its regular-season home finale, scoring 19 of the team's 32 points as the third-ranked Terps beat Virginia Tech, 20-3, to earn their 12th straight win and clinch the top seed in next weekend's Atlantic Coast Conference women's lacrosse tournament. Maryland (14-1, 4-1 ACC) will face the winner of Thursday's game between North Carolina and Boston College in the semifinals Friday night in Charlottesville, Va. Senior Kelly Kasper (Century) led all scorers with a goal and four assists.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 11, 2014
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The Stanwick name usually evokes fond memories here at Klockner Stadium, but that wasn't the case Sunday. Johns Hopkins junior attackman Wells Stanwick had a game-high six points (five goals, one assist) to power the Blue Jays to a 14-8 win against eighth-seeded Virginia in an NCAA men's lacrosse tournament first-round game before an announced 2,054 on Sunday. With the win, Johns Hopkins (11-4) improved to 13-2 all-time in the first round and advanced to the quarterfinals at Delaware on Sunday.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -- In recent years, the Maryland women's lacrosse team has made a habit of racking up lopsided wins. This season, the Terrapins also have learned how to pull out the close ones. For the fourth straight game, the No. 2 Terps went down to the final minutes Sunday against an opponent, surviving five ties before pulling away from No. 18 Virginia with five straight goals down the stretch in a 13-8 win in the final Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season matchup between the teams.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2014
St. Paul's star attackman Mikey Wynne painfully watched visiting McDonogh score three quick goals while he was serving a one-minute penalty for a high check on Friday. It gave the No. 2 Eagles a five-goal advantage and seemingly control of the game midway through the third quarter. Fortunately for Wynne, there was still time left to make amends. And did he ever. The All-Metro senior scored three of his game-high five goals and added an assist when the No. 5 Crusaders scored the game's final eight goals to come away with an improbable, 12-9 win over McDonogh in Brooklandville.
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From Sun staff reports | March 23, 2014
Senior attackman Matt Gregoire (South River) recorded career highs in goals (six) and points (eight) and sophomore linemate Nate Lewnes (St. Mary's) added a career-best five goals as visiting UMBC defeated Mount St. Mary's, 17-7, on Saturday. The Retrievers completed the nonconference schedule at 4-4. Mount St. Mary's fell to 0-8. "We came ready to play," UMBC coach Don Zimmerman said. "We were disappointed in the back-to-back losses and determined to come up here and play well.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2014
The Towson men's lacrosse team's most challenging win of 2014 may also have been its most satisfying. Trailing 5-0 in the first quarter, the No. 20 Tigers persisted and persevered as they emerged with an 11-8 win over Delaware at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson on Saturday night. Towson improved to 7-2 overall and 1-0 in the Colonial Athletic Association and extended its winning streak to six games, the program's longest winning streak since 2004 when that squad won eight straight games.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2014
Goucher's search for a fresh face at goalkeeper for the first time in three years has been completed. Junior Karl Wiszumerski will make his first collegiate start in the net when the Gophers open the season at No. 9 Washington College on Saturday. Wiszumerski beat out sophomore Stefan Schultz and freshman Peter Hayes for the honor, coach Brian Kelly announced Friday morning. “Karl Wiszumerski will be our starter,” Kelly said. “He's a junior that has really, really played great lacrosse here in the preseason.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1998
St. Mary's spent almost all the first half yesterday looking for an opening against a Calvert Hall team that always seemed to stay a step ahead.Finally, it came when junior attacker Chris Summers scored off a restart with three seconds left until the break, cutting the Cardinals' lead to one goal.Following the necessary halftime adjustments, the No. 7-ranked Saints took control in the second half to earn an 11-9 upset victory over No. 6-ranked Calvert Hall in MIAA A Conference action in Annapolis.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 24, 1996
Tampa Bay Terror coach Kenny Cooper, once of the Spirit, was right on the money with his description of John Garvey last week.After Garvey was traded by Tampa Bay to the Spirit for Zak Ibsen, Cooper said, "He'll score goals in his sleep."That wasn't much of a stretch. Garvey banged in five goals in the Spirit's 23-10 victory over the Wichita Wings last night before 3,813 at the Baltimore Arena."He'll help us tremendously," coach Dave MacWilliams said. "He's got a good head, reads the game and is a super finisher."
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By Nicholas Fouriezos, The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
Foregoing conventional wisdom in wet conditions, the Metro squad adopted a pass-first approach Saturday in the 18th annual Baltimore Touchdown Club Senior All-Star game. That decision, plus the accurate leg of River Hill kicker Alex Potocko, led the Metro team to a 15-7 win over the Baltimore group. The victory extends the Metro squad's series lead to 10-8, after losing the first three matchups from 1996 to 1998. "It's a passing game. You've got talented skill kids," said Metro head coach Steve Turnbaugh, of Hereford.
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Sports Digest | October 14, 2013
  Women's lacrosse Coogle's five goals help Towson to 9-6 victory over U.S. national team Host Towson used strong performances from senior Rhiannon Coogle and junior goalkeeper Kelsea Donnelly to defeat the U.S. national women's team, 9-6, in a Stars and Stripes scrimmage Sunday. Donnelly made 11 saves, including several on point-blank shots. Coogle finished with five goals and one assist. The Tigers also defeated Stanford, 10-8, as part of the day's events. Women's college soccer Towson falls to JMU, 2-1; Banes sets school record Senior Emily Banes became Towson's all-time points leader with her goal in a 2-1 double-overtime loss to host James Madison (11-4, 3-1 Colonial Athletic Association)
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