May 12, 2003
On May 9, 2003 FR. MATTHEW KOTKOWSKI O.F.M. Conv., devoted son of the late Stanislaus and Veronica (nee Radziewicz) Kotkowski, beloved brother of Francesa Moniewski, Eleanore White, Stanislaus Kotkowski and the late Marie Sarnecki and Rita Daye. Fr. Kotkowski will lie in state at St. Casimir Church on Monday May 12 from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Franciscan Wake service will be held at 7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Casimir Church on Tuesday May 13 at 11 A.M. Entombment St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
February 20, 1998
Goucher College1997 record: 7-9Coach: Jim Lyons (third year, 9-22)Key loss: Keith Guinto, A.Top returnees: Tim Asher, Jr., A; Tim Bethke, Sr., A; Brad Brache, Jr., M; Matt Cartwright, Sr., D; Brent Grabill, Sr., A; Brian Kennedy, Jr., D; Jonas Seigel, Soph., M; Mike Tartamella, Sr., GK; Craig Wolinski, Sr., M.Top newcomers: Jacob Hurwitz, Fr., D; Jeff Ulman, Fr., A; Graham Hopkins, Jr., D; Matt Fordyce, Fr., M.Outlook: The Gophers return seven starters, 11 seniors and 19 lettermen from last year's best-ever squad, which was only four goals short of posting a 10-6 mark.
March 19, 1998
Meade's boys lacrosse team won its first game in two years last week, and we erred in noting the Mustangs' last winning season, which was an 8-6 showing in 1992 for coach Lou Norbeck. We thank Matt Rayman, who played on that team, for calling the 24-hour Sportsline to fill us in.Anne Arundel boysAnnapolis Panthers1997 record: 12-3Coach: Dan HartTop players: Steve Brianas, Sr., A; Craig Rentch, Sr., A; Danny Marcellus, Sr., A; David Wooster, So., A; Pete Ludlam, Sr., M; Brad Downer, Sr., M; Dustin McConnaughhay, Sr., M; Will Phillips, So., M; Josh Lesko, So., M; Mike Donlin, Sr., D; Paul Haberlein, Jr., D; Judd Carstens, Sr., D; Cole Gelrod, So., D; Jeff Paulson, Jr., G; Jeff Childs, Sr., G.Outlook: Experience plus talent usually means a successful season, and the Panthers are loaded in those departments.
August 30, 2001
No. Player Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown (School) 1 Bruce Perry TB So. 5-9 190 Philadelphia (George Washington) 2 Marc Riley TB Sr. 6-3 218 Coram, N.Y. (Longwood) 3 Rob Abiamiri WR Fr. 6-3 203 Randallstown (Mount St. Joseph) 4 Latrez Harrison QB So. 6-3 214 Atlanta (Booker T. Washington) 5 James Lynch FB So. 5-11 261 Washington, D.C. (Dunbar) 6 Domonique Foxworth CB Fr. 5-11 170 Randallstown (Western Tech) 7 Chris Kelley QB Fr. 6-2 198 Germantown (Seneca Valley) 8 Mario Merrills TB Fr. 5-10 186 Columbia (Wilde Lake)
February 25, 2000
Division III Goucher 1999 record: 5-10 Coach: Jim Lyons (20-41) Key players: Will Kolodziej, Sr., D; Jonas Seigel, Sr., M; Qadir Stern, So., A/M; Phil Anthony, So., A; Mike Amash, So., G; Mark Kelley, So., M. Top newcomers: T. Scott Robertson, Fr., M; Cameron Fawkes, Fr., A; Paul Powell, Fr., D; Todd Litterbrant, Fr., M. Outlook: Robertson is a newcomer in every sense of the word, coming east from Englewood, Colo., to test his skills against the youngsters from this hotbed of lacrosse.
May 23, 2003
Coach: Dave Pietramala No. Player Pos. Ht. Yr. Town/school 1 Joe Vollen M 6-2 So. Montclair, N.J./Montclair (Bridgton Academy) 2 Rob Scherr G 5-8 Sr. Reisterstown/McDonogh 4 Corey Harned LSM 6-0 Jr. Holbrook, N.Y./Sachem 5 Kyle Barrie A 6-0 So. Narberth, Pa./The Haverford School 6 Scott Smith G 6-2 Fr. Wilton, Conn./Wilton 7 Josh Pico D 6-3 Fr. Dallas/Lawrenceville (N.J.) 8 Kyle Dowd M 5-9 Fr. Northport, N.Y./Northport 9 Ryan Sutton M 5-11 Sr. Winchester, Mass./Winchester 10 Joe Benson A 6-4 Fr. Baltimore/McDonogh 11 Todd Smith A 6-4 So. Wilton, Conn.