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By Mike Popovich and Mike Popovich,Contributing Writer | March 13, 1993
CANTON, Ohio -- Tim Wittman scored four goals and added two assists to lead the Baltimore Spirit to a 23-15 victory over the Canton Invaders in a National Professional Soccer League game before 1,948 last night at Canton Memorial Civic Center.The Spirit, which improved to 24-11, outscored Canton 10-3 in the second quarter to tie the game at 11 at halftime.A two-point goal by Ali Kazemaini, a shootout goal by Kia and a power-play goal by Gino DiFlorio early in the third quarter gave the Invaders a 15-11 lead.
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Sports Digest | June 29, 2014
Et cetera Walters scores four for Bayhawks in 18-11 win It took Joe Walters (Maryland) a couple of games to get reacclimated to the outdoor game after playing professional indoor lacrosse deep into May. The 10-year Major League Lacrosse veteran has found his comfort level, and that's good news for the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Walters went wild Saturday night, accumulating four goals and four assists to propel Chesapeake to an 18-11 victory over the Florida Launch at Florida Atlantic Stadium in Boca Raton.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 4, 1996
LANDOVER -- Washington right wing Peter Bondra roared out of a four-game goal-less streak with four goals and two assists, including the assist on the game-winner by Michal Pivonka with 1:21 gone in overtime, as he led the Capitals back from a three-goal deficit to a 6-5 victory over the New York Islanders.It was one of the most entertaining games of the season and a sellout crowd of 18,130 was at the USAir Arena to see it.Bondra and Pivonka were the Capitals' total offense in this one. As the two combined for Washington's first goal as well, as Bondra assisted on Pivonka's short-handed goal in the first period.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
As the youngest girls lacrosse program in Carroll County, upstart Manchester Valley doesn't yet have the reputation, or the championship banners, of some of the county's more established teams. On Thursday night, however, the host Mavericks rallied for what very well could be their defining win. Down by three goals midway through the second half against No. 13 Century - a state finalist each of the past five years - No. 12 Manchester Valley closed the game with four straight goals, including the game-winner by sophomore Lizzie Colson with 3:15 left, in a 10-9 win. "We're a small school, but this is such a big statement," Colson said.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | April 28, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Pittsburgh Penguins saw their opportunities, and they took them. Because of that, they have the opportunity to continue defending their Stanley Cup title.The Penguins, facing elimination by the Washington Capitals in the first round of the playoffs, forced a sixth game with a 5-2 victory last night at the Capital Centre."We took advantage of the opportunities that were given us, and that's what we have to do to continue to win," Penguins goaltender Tom Barrasso said.The Capitals took an early, 2-1 lead before 17,621 screaming fans on goals by Todd Krygier and Al Iafrate, but Pittsburgh scored the final four goals.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | February 28, 2004
Junior attackman Kyle Barrie scored four goals and senior attackman Conor Ford (St. Paul's) added three as No. 1 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team held off Penn, 10-9 at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon. The win is the 20th straight at home for the Blue Jays (0-1), while the Quakers fell for the second consecutive season at Homewood Field. Hopkins sophomore goalie Scott Smith stuffed aside a shot in the final five seconds to seal the victory for the Blue Jays (1-0). The Blue Jays carried a 7-4 lead into halftime, only to have the Quakers outscore them, 4-1 in the third quarter to tie the game at 8-8. Junior Matt Rewkowski, playing in his first game at Johns Hopkins, gave the Blue Jays the lead for good at 9-8 with an extra-man goal at the 9:03 mark and he appeared to give the Blue Jays the insurance goal they would need when he assisted on Ford's goal with 2:35 remaining to push the lead to 10-8.
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By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | March 21, 2006
COLLEGE PARK // No. 4 Maryland scored seven goals in the first quarter and went on to dominate Dartmouth, 14-2, Tuesday afternoon at Ludwig Field. Maryland (5-1) did not allow a Dartmouth shot until 6:56 in the second quarter and the Big Green did not get a shot on goal until 3:13 during an extra-man opportunity. Joe Walters scored four goals for the Terps, who led 11-0 at the half. Dartmouth got on the board in the fourth quarter with a goal from Bread Heritage at the 6:28 mark, but Maryland responded with its first man-down goal of the season on freshman Scott Tompkins' first collegiate goal with an assist by sophomore midfielder Drew Evans.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 15, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- Upset-minded Cornell came to Byrd Stadium yesterday riding a wave of emotion, having earned first-year coach Dave Pietramala his first collegiate win just three days earlier."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 13, 1996
Sophomore track standout Kelly Jordan continued to send shock waves throughout Anne Arundel County girls soccer circles last night in the second game of the season.Arundel High's Jordan put on a scintillating exhibition of speed against defending county champion Old Mill, scoring one goal and handing out three assists to usher the Wildcats to a surprising 5-1 victory over the Patriots at Old Mill.In two games for 14th-ranked Arundel (2-0), the flashy forward has racked up four goals and four assists.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 29, 1997
BETHESDA -- When the deluge had finally ended, the only thing Francis Scott Key coach Mindi Wagner could do was shake her head and let out a long sigh."
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
The Loyola lacrosse team won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship last year with its standout players stepping up to take hold of the big moments. The No. 6 Dons picked up where they left off in Friday's league opener against No. 4 Gilman. Junior midfielder Ryan Conrad finished with two goals and five assists, and junior goalie Acie Newton had 10 saves to lead Loyola to a resilient 9-8 win over the visiting Greyhounds. Trailing for much of the game and down 6-5 going into the fourth quarter, the Dons scored four straight goals and held off a late charge from Gilman to claim the win. Loyola improved to 5-3 overall and 1-0 in the MIAA, while the Greyhounds evened their record at 3-3 and are 0-1 in the league.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2014
Few people would have expected sophomore Stephen Banick to look like the attackman who led Stevenson in goals and assists in 2012. Not after breaking his left leg in a loss to Salisbury in a NCAA tournament semifinal that year, and not after missing the entire 2013 season because of an undisclosed injury suffered in the preseason. But in four games, Banick ranks second on the reigning national champion Mustangs (3-1) in goals (nine) and points (11), which is not terribly far off from the 15 points he compiled in his first four contests as a freshman.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
Frostburg State had sprinted to a 4-0 start - a first in the program's four-year history - but hadn't taken a true litmus test until Saturday when the team clashed with No. 7 Washington College. The Shoremen emerged with a 12-7 victory, but it wasn't easy. The Bobcats trailed 8-7 after senior attackman Ryan Serio's fourth goal of the contest with 12 minutes, 41 seconds left in the fourth quarter before Washington College closed out the game with four unanswered tallies. “I think we hung with them for about three and a half quarters and then they got the last few goals and ended a little stronger than we did,” Frostburg State coach Tommy Pearce said Monday afternoon.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - The Mount St. Mary's and Maryland men's lacrosse teams entered their season opener with numerous questions. It was the Terps who walked away with a little more clarity. No. 11 Maryland scored 11 goals in the first half and cruised to a 16-3 thrashing of the visiting Mountaineers before an announced 1,203 at Byrd Stadium on Saturday. Before the game, the Terps were one of several teams in Division I surrounded by uncertainty. How would a starting attack that graduated Kevin Cooper and Owen Blye fare?
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The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2013
Chase Winter , who recently finished his playing career as a Johns Hopkins midfielder, had four goals and an assist and was named Most Valuable Player of the Men's Open 1 championship game at the Lake Placid Summit Classic in North Elba, N.Y. on Sunday. Winter led Power-Tek, a team that featured 2012 Tewaaraton Award winner Peter Baum and several other players with Colgate ties, to a 13-10 win over the Big Red Steelheads for their second straight Open 1 title. It was Winter's first time playing in the event, which has been held annually since 1990.
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July 28, 2013
Attackman Drew Westervelt (UMBC, John Carroll) fired in four goals, but the Bayhawks lost an early lead and fell to the unbeaten Denver Outlaws, 14-12, at Sports Authority Field on Saturday. Jeremy Sieverts (Maryland, McDonogh) scored four goals for Denver and Drew Snider (Maryland) added three. The Outlaws (12-0) are two victories away from the first undefeated regular season in Major League Lacrosse history. Midfielder Michael Kimmel (Johns Hopkins, Loyola High) recorded two goals and an assist for Chesapeake, which seized a 5-1 lead early in the second quarter.
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September 26, 1995
Sarah GustafsonFranklinsoccerThe sophomore forward has scored at least four goals in three of her last four games, including five in a 7-1 win over Patapsco.
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By From Staff Reports | April 19, 1993
RICHMOND, Va. -- Erika Maw- horr scored four goals and had five assists, leading Loyola to a 16-11 victory over Old Dominion in the championship game of the Colonial Athletic Association women's lacrosse tournament yesterday.Mawhorr, who was named Most Valuable Player, set the tempo for the Lady Greyhounds, scoring twice and assisting on two other scores as they jumped to a 5-0 first-half lead. Old Dominion rallied to tie the game at 7 on a goal by Amy Duerr with25:39 remaining in the second half.
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July 18, 2013
The championship and consolation games in the Bel Air Women's Summer Lacrosse League were set Tuesday night at Rockfield Park's Ewing Street Field. Due to the heat, both games were played in quarters, instead of halves. Three teams had less than the required 12 players. 'Murica had 12. As expected, the top two seeds, Recyclables and Dark Knights, each won handily and were to play for the league title Thursday. Little Miss Moonshine and 'Murica were scheduled to play the consolation game as well on Thursday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2013
UMBC coach Don Zimmerman has been in the game long enough not to get too excited about one victory over another or get frustrated by one loss versus another. But Zimmerman, who recently wrapped up his 27th season as a head coach, conceded that the Retrievers' come-from-behind 15-13 victory over Hartford on May 2 in an America East tournament semifinal at Stony Brook was one that still resonated with him weeks after that outcome. “I wish I could bottle that last six minutes as far as what we did on the field and what we did on the sideline and as far as that team being determined to do whatever they could do to help us win that game,” Zimmerman said, referring to the team's 6-0 run in the final 5 minutes, 46 seconds of that contest.
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