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November 17, 1991
Coach: Pat Flannery, third yearAssistant coaches: Don FridayLast year's record: 15-12 overall, 4-8 in the Middle Atlantic Conference-Southwest Div.Top returnees: Juniors -- guard/forward Reggie Hall, guards Rich Tinucci and Mike Yordy; sophomores -- guard/forward John Harper, forwards Dan Hartzman and Bobby Thompson, centers Mike Morrison and Scott Stephenson, guards Steve Zalbor and Eric Mushrush, center/forward Mark WootenTop newcomers: Freshmen --...
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From Sun staff reports | April 18, 2014
There was some question as to whether the Goucher men's lacrosse team's home game against Catholic would even be played Thursday, three days after the death of sophomore midfielder Matt Gabriel of Austin, Texas, who was struck by a car. But the Gabriel family encouraged coach Brian Kelly and the team to play, and the host Gophers opened with a 4-0 run and beat the Cardinals, 14-5. The win clinched a playoff berth for the Gophers (6-6, 4-1 Landmark Conference). Catholic fell to 7-6, 2-3. Sam Morgan finished with a game-high four goals for Goucher.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1999
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Navy hadn't competed in an NCAA Division I men's lacrosse tournament game in five years. Some could argue yesterday that it's now been six.The surprise selection of the playoffs, the unseeded Midshipmen only shocked the crowd of 4,450 by not surfacing until the second half, falling hard to No. 7 Hofstra, 15-7, in a first-round game at Brown Stadium.The Flying Dutchmen (13-2) cranked out six consecutive goals in the second half to easily extend the nation's longest win streak to 13 games and advance to Saturday's quarterfinals, where they will play host to No. 2 Johns Hopkins.
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From Sun staff reports | March 20, 2014
The No. 2 Maryland women's lacrosse team used a strong first half to pick up its 10th win, toppling No. 11 Penn, 15-5, on Wednesday night. Brooke Griffin (South River), Beth Glaros (Wilde Lake) and Bryn Boucher had hat tricks as Maryland (10-0) held an opponent to five or fewer goals for the fifth time this season. Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week Kelly McPartland added five points on two goals and three assists. Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) and Zoe Stukenberg (Marriotts Ridge)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 2, 1998
Towson managed to dominate possession, but continually threw its opportunities away. The Tigers also contained the goal scoring of Hofstra's Brian Langtry, yet seemed to forget about the open Flying Dutchman on the crease.Another incomplete effort. Another frustrating loss to a top 10 team.Langtry registered a career-best six assists and added two goals as No. 10 Hofstra downed Towson, 15-11, before 691 at Minnegan Stadium last night. The game, which was originally scheduled to start at 7: 30 p.m., had two lightning-related delays totaling an hour, 30 minutes and didn't end until 11: 05 p.m.The Flying Dutchmen (5-2, 3-0)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 4, 1996
Blake Miller had several unresolved questions entering his senior season at Hofstra. The Flying Dutchmen had hired a new offensive coach and were relying heavily on Miller, their leading returning scorer who had played only 14 Division I games.But Miller seems to have a better handle on the season after yesterday.Miller scored five goals and added two assists, including scoring the eventual game-winner with eight minutes left in the game, as Hofstra edged Towson State, 13-12, before 483 at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.
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April 23, 1996
Johns Hopkins (5-3) at Hofstra (5-4)Time: 7: 30 p.m.Site: Hofstra Stadium, Hempstead, N.Y.Radio: WWLG (1360 AM)Skinny: Hopkins hasn't lost to the Flying Dutchmen in seven meetings, and won last season, 15-11.Pub Date: 4/23/96
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | February 26, 1993
Mike Rhoades and John Harper sparked a second-half Lebanon Valley rally, as the Flying Dutchmen ended Johns Hopkins' 13-game winning streak with a 58-54 victory over the host Blue Jays in a Middle Atlantic Conference South Division semifinal last night.Lebanon Valley (17-9, tied for fifth in Middle Atlantic Region rankings) advances to the MAC South championship tomorrow at Franklin & Marshall, a 67-52 winner over Widener in the other semifinal last night.Johns Hopkins (19-6 overall, third in Middle Atlantic rankings)
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By From Staff Reports | April 10, 1993
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Senior attackman David Donatello led Hofstra with five goals and the Flying Dutchmen (5-1) held off a fourth-quarter Loyola comeback to record a 13-12 upset victory over the Greyhounds (3-3) last night at Hofstra Stadium.After a 3-3 tie at the end of one period, Hofstra outscored Loyola 4-1 in the second to build a 7-4 halftime lead.The Flying Dutchmen, ranked 17th in the USILA coaches' poll, increased the margin to 9-5 at the end of three quarters before Loyola, ranked fourth by The Baltimore Sun, began its late rally.
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By From Staff Reports | April 8, 1995
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Freshman attackman Chris Georgalas scored a career-high five goals as No. 6 Loyola toppled No. 13 Hofstra, 15-7, last night before 2,276 at Hofstra Stadium. Junior midfielder Brian Duffy also contributed a career-high four goals with one assist.The Flying Dutchmen closed within 9-6 on an extra-man goal by Paul Judge with 12:21 remaining in the third quarter. Georgalas then scored two goals in a 6-0 fourth-quarter run as the Greyhounds took a 15-6 lead with 12:51 left in the game.
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From Sun staff reports | May 1, 2013
Ben McCarty (South Carroll) scored a career-best six goals to lead Towson to an 11-8 victory over Drexel in a Colonial Athletic Association men's lacrosse semifinal Wednesday night at the Penn State Lacrosse Field. The Tigers (9-7) face the host, top-seeded and No. 9 Penn State, in Friday's championship at 3 p.m. McCarty's six goals led all scorers. Andrew Hodgson scored twice and Justin Mabus had three assists. Andrew Wascavage made 14 saves for Towson. Robert Church led Drexel (11-4)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 5, 2003
Becky Martin will have to wait for her 300th win. Her McDaniel women's basketball team controlled most of the game last night, but Lebanon Valley came back and handed the Green Terror a 62-61 loss. The loss ended a 13 game home-winning streak for McDaniel (4-1). The Flying Dutchmen (5-0) took their first lead with 2:50 remaining on a jump shot by Jennifer Northcott. The Terror fought back to tie it twice, but a combination of missed free throws and an accumulated 31 turnovers ended their chances.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 21, 2002
College coaches don't often go to Carver High in Baltimore looking for football players. The school doesn't have much of a track record for producing athletes who spend Saturday afternoons on a football field. So how did Joel Gamble find his way from Carver to Shippensburg University in central Pennsylvania? "My father [Ricardo] took videotapes of me playing at Carver and sent them to a lot of coaches," said Gamble, a tight end who just completed a solid sophomore season for the Division II Raiders.
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By Gilbert A. Lewthwaite and Gilbert A. Lewthwaite,SUN STAFF | May 12, 2000
The Worrell 1000, an ocean drag race up the Eastern seaboard for 20-foot catamarans, is developing into free-for-all between international crews with one-third of the 1,000 miles covered. Winning their second straight leg in the 12-leg race, Dutch pro sailors GerardA. Loos and Mischa A. Heemskerk held a cumulative 17-minute, 42-second lead after four legs, having added 1:05 yesterday. In second last night was U.S. favorite, Olympic medalist and five-time Worrell winner Randy L. Smyth and partner Matt H. Struble.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 7, 2000
Ashley Staines scored a conference tournament record eight goals to power UMBC past Sacred Heart, 14-8, in the semifinals of the Northeast Conference women's lacrosse tournament yesterday in Staten Island, N.Y. The win advances the Retrievers (9-7) to the final for a third straight appearance, where they will face Monmouth today at 2 p.m.. Keri Remington led the Pioneers (9-7) with four goals. Monmouth 11, Mount St. Mary's 8: Stephanie LaGrossa and Meg Brown each scored three times to lift the Hawks (13-3)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 17, 2000
Senior All-Americans Joe High and Chris Turner scored four goals each to power host Salisbury State to a 26-10 win over St. Mary's in the championship game of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament yesterday in men's college lacrosse. Scott Chandler finished with three goals for the Sea Gulls (14-0), and Craig Rhodey and Ryan Fisher added two goals apiece for the Salisbury. Steve Vallandingham had three goals for the Seahawks (10-4), and goalie Mike Watkins had a career-high 18 saves.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 6, 1996
Sophomore attackman Jarred Testa scored his third goal of the game with 40 seconds left to lift No. 12 Hofstra to a 10-9 victory yesterday over No. 2 North Carolina in men's lacrosse in Hempstead, N.Y.Paul Judge also had three goals for the Flying Dutchmen (9-4). Jason Wade led the Tar Heels (12-4) with three goals.The game was tied at 7-7 early in the fourth quarter when Wade gave North Carolina the lead, only to have Hofstra answer with a goal from Judge with 10: 34 remaining to make it 8-8. Justin Bowman's goal with 9: 33 left again gave the Tar Heels the lead, 9-8, but the Flying Dutchmen scored the final two goals to secure their seventh NCAA tournament appearance.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 27, 2000
Chris Hartofilis fed his brother, Nick, for the game-winning goal with 2: 38 left as No. 10 Duke handed No. 3 Georgetown its first loss, 13-12, in a men's lacrosse game yesterday in Durham, N.C. Duke (5-2) scored the first four goals of the game over a nine-minute span, including two by Greg Patchak (Timonium). Georgetown (6-1) went on a 5-2 scoring run in the third quarter to knot the score at 7-7, and the teams traded three goals each in the third quarter. No. 12 Hofstra 8, No. 13 Notre Dame 7: Joe Kostolansky scored three goals as the visiting Flying Dutchmen (2-3)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 12, 2000
Senior attack Dan Denihan had a career-high six assists, five of which came in the first half, to lead No. 5 Johns Hopkins past host No. 8 Hofstra, 12-6, at Hofstra Stadium at Hempstead, N.Y. in men's college lacrosse yesterday. The Blue Jays (1-1) dominated the first half, outshooting the Flying Dutchmen, 31-9 on their way to a 9-3 lead at the half. Freshman attackman Bobby Benson scored all three of his goals in the first half, including back-to-back scores 25 seconds apart. Junior attackman Christian Pforr added three goals for the Blue Jays.
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