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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2013
The Johns Hopkins football team has won nine straight games in the regular season, dating back to last year. But the Blue Jays remember their last regular season loss. Johns Hopkins (8-0 overall and 7-0 in the Centennial Conference), which moved from No. 10 to No. 8 in the latest American Football Coaches Association poll, suffered a 14-12 loss to Franklin & Marshall on Nov. 3, 2012. The Diplomats (5-3, 5-2) come to Homewood Field on Saturday at 12 p.m. to play the Blue Jays. Is last year's loss motivation for the players?
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From Sun staff reports | May 18, 2014
Three Sea Gulls each scored three goals or more to help host Salisbury rout Augustana, 16-3, in the third round of the Division III tournament. The Vikings (19-1) did not score over the first 36 minutes as the Sea Gulls (20-1) took a 14-0 lead. Salisbury scored 12 goals on 19 shots in the first half, including three from attacker Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) in a span of less than two minutes. Attacker Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) and attacker Kate Haker (Westminster) each finished with five points on four goals and an assist during the run, and Bethany Baer had a hat trick, and Salisbury goalkeeper Ashton Wheatley made four saves and allowed one goal in the first 48:06.
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By From Staff Reports | January 19, 1994
Dave Jannetta scored a career-high 29 points to lead Franklin & Marshall to its 18th consecutive victory over Western Maryland, 82-65, in a Centennial Conference game.The Diplomats (14-0, 5-0) assumed control with a 10-point run, which featured two Jannetta three-pointers, to grab a 29-18 lead over Western Maryland (5-9, 2-3) with six minutes left in the first half.Western Maryland was led by a career-high 15 points by senior guard Kenny Young.
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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 From staff reports | October 10, 1990
Bill Dirrigl, an assistant lacrosse coach at Loyola College the last two seasons, has been named head coach at Franklin & Marshall."This is a great opportunity for me," said Dirrigl, who was an administrative assistant with the men's soccer program at Loyola and coordinated the athletic department's weight-training program. "It's a great school academically, and I have nothing tTC but great expectations for the continued success of the program."Dirrigl was the only full-time lacrosse assistant at Loyola, and head coach Dave Cottle said he would like to have a replacement named by Nov. 1. Dirrigl already has left for the Lancaster, Pa., school and will not be involved with the Greyhounds as they prepare for this weekend's Choice-Visa tournament at UMBC.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2013
The Johns Hopkins football team has run up an 8-0 overall record and a 7-0 mark in the Centennial Conference thanks in part to the league's most prolific passing attack, averaging 257.4 yards and scoring 16 touchdowns. That unit may get stronger with the return of a starting wide receiver. Senior Bob D'Orazio has missed the past two games because of a hamstring injury, but coach Jim Margraff said D'Orazio is expected to play in Saturday's home finale against Franklin & Marshall (5-3, 5-2)
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From Sun staff and news services | April 19, 2012
Lauren Paul (McDonogh), who won a Division III national championship as the women's lacrosse coach at Franklin & Marshall, has been fired by the Lancaster, Pa., school after an investigation into a hazing complaint. Paul was dismissed Tuesday, and a group of junior and senior players was suspended for the rest of the season for planning and carrying out the hazing, which occurred last year, Kent Trachte , the school's dean, wrote in a letter sent to members of the college community.
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By From Staff Reports | February 8, 1995
Sandi DeJager scored 16 points and Kristin Drapalski pulled down 12 rebounds as visiting Western Maryland defeated Franklin & Marshall, 70-44, in a Centennial Conference game yesterday in Lancaster, Pa.Western Maryland (13-5, 8-2) went on a 25-6 run in the final seven minutes of the first half to take a 37-16 lead. Deanna Bergondo led F&M (10-10, 5-7) with 16.It was the Green Terror's first win in Lancaster since 1985.* Washington College 57, Ursinus 50: Eboni Taylor scored 20 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead host Washington College over Ursinus.
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September 1, 1991
Franklin & MarshallDiplomatsCoach: Tom Gilburg, 17th yearAssistant coaches: Glenn Adamire, Al Brooks, Tom Caterbone, Tony DiPaolo, Ken Pederson, Mark Snyder, Don Hess, Jim McMahonLast year's record: 3-7-0 overall, 2-5 and tied for sixth in Centennial Football ConferenceTop returnees: Seniors, running back Jake Kolen, offensive linemen Paul Kelly, Steve Carroll, Pete Spinner, defensive end Alberto Mascaro, defensive linemanKevin Murray; juniors, defensive back...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Losing a starting middle linebacker might cripple some football teams, but Johns Hopkins has been largely unaffected by the absence of Keith Corliss. The Blue Jays feature a defense ranked at the top of the Centennial Conference in both points and yards allowed. And they are one win away from finishing a perfect regular season at 10-0 overall and 9-0 in the league despite some instability among their linebackers. Corliss, a sophomore, sat out the team's 34-16 victory at Gettysburg on Oct. 26 and a 45-30 win against Franklin & Marshall on Saturday; he played sparingly in a 24-18 victory over Ursinus on Nov. 2 because of an unspecified injury.
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From Sun staff reports | November 10, 2013
A football game that featured 75 points and nearly 900 yards of total offense became the 500th all-time victory in school history for Johns Hopkins. The Blue Jays (9-0, 8-0 Centennial Conference) secured an automatic bid to the NCAA playoffs with a 45-30 victory over Franklin & Marshall on Saturday at Homewood Field. The Blue Jays will represent the league in the NCAA playoffs for the third straight year and the fifth time since 2005. Johns Hopkins improved its all-time record to 500-476-58 with the victory, and Jim Margraff got his 250th win as a head coach.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2013
The Johns Hopkins football team has run up an 8-0 overall record and a 7-0 mark in the Centennial Conference thanks in part to the league's most prolific passing attack, averaging 257.4 yards and scoring 16 touchdowns. That unit may get stronger with the return of a starting wide receiver. Senior Bob D'Orazio has missed the past two games because of a hamstring injury, but coach Jim Margraff said D'Orazio is expected to play in Saturday's home finale against Franklin & Marshall (5-3, 5-2)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2013
The Johns Hopkins football team has won nine straight games in the regular season, dating back to last year. But the Blue Jays remember their last regular season loss. Johns Hopkins (8-0 overall and 7-0 in the Centennial Conference), which moved from No. 10 to No. 8 in the latest American Football Coaches Association poll, suffered a 14-12 loss to Franklin & Marshall on Nov. 3, 2012. The Diplomats (5-3, 5-2) come to Homewood Field on Saturday at 12 p.m. to play the Blue Jays. Is last year's loss motivation for the players?
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From Sun staff reports | October 20, 2013
Keith Brown ran for a career-high 175 yards but visiting Bowie State fell to Virginia State, 47-44, in triple overtime. The Trojans (6-1) kicked a field goal as time expired to force overtime and won on a 24-yard touchdown pass to Gene Holloman in the third overtime after the Bulldogs could secure only a field goal. Bowie State (2-5) took a 20-10 lead after Kendall Jefferson's 19-yard touchdown run less than a minute into the second half, but Virginia State answered with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2013
Despite finishing behind Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg in the regular-season standings in the Centennial Conference, Washington College earned an at-large berth in the NCAA tournament over the Diplomats and Bullets. The decision did not shock coach Jeff Shirk. “I had the mindset that because Dickinson won [the conference tournament], [the selection committee was] going to take two teams from the Centennial, and I thought they would take us over F&M,” Shirk said Monday morning, referring to South region rankings putting the Shoremen at No. 6 over Franklin & Marshall at No. 9 and Gettysburg at No. 10. “Just based on some of the criteria, I just felt that we were going to be ahead of Gettysburg and F&M even though we lost the head-to-head games this year.” Washington College (12-4)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2013
No. 10 Washington College took the uncertainty out of its postseason plans by walloping Swarthmore, 16-5, Wednesday night and clinching a spot in the Centennial Conference tournament. The same cannot be said for the team's opponent in the tournament. How No. 19 Gettysburg fares against McDaniel on Saturday will determine whether the Shoremen (12-3 overall and 5-3 in the league) get the No. 3 or No. 4 seed. If the Green Terror (5-10, 2-5) upset the Bullets (8-6, 4-3), Washington would earn the third seed and meet Franklin & Marshall (10-4, 6-1)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
Wednesday night's road contest against Centennial Conference foe Swarthmore is no longer an ordinary game for Washington College, which needs the victory to clinch a berth in the conference tournament. A win over the Garnet would give the No. 10 Shoremen (11-3 overall and 4-3 in the league) at least the No. 4 seed in the Centennial Conference tournament. If No. 19 Gettysburg (8-5, 4-2) was to lose to Franklin & Marshall (9-4, 5-1) and McDaniel (5-10, 2-5), Washington would move up to the No. 3 seed.
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