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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
The Western Maryland College football team will travel to Ursinus in dire need of a win after dropping its second straight game Saturday against Gettysburg.There are plenty of ties that link Western Maryland and its Centennial Conference rival Ursinus.Green Terror coach Tim Keating and Ursinus coach Steve Gilbert worked together as assistant coaches at Penn. Two of Keating's assistants -- Paul Guenther and Matt Kennedy -- played at Ursinus.All the reunion stuff will have to wait until after the game with the Green Terror needing to win and Ursinus looking to make it two straight conference wins after impressively knocking off Franklin & Marshall.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | February 29, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Coach Dick Edell got about what he wanted from his Maryland lacrosse team. No more than he expected, no less.In their first regular-season contest at renovated Byrd Stadium, after a 22-month absence from the facility, the Terps routed Division III Franklin & Marshall, 14-5, yesterday before 1,150 in the first game of the year for an area team."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 20, 2005
Travis Peters threw a 14-yard touchdown pass and rushed for a two-point conversion and Brock Boland added a 19-yard field goal in the third quarter as Salisbury beat visiting Franklin & Marshall, 27-23, and claimed its first ECAC Southeast Bowl Championship yesterday. Peters also had 15 rushes for a 134 yards. The Sea Gulls (8-3) broke the school record for points in a season with 442, one better than the previous standard set in 1986. Salisbury trailed 17-16 at halftime but took the lead for good in the second half.
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By Jeff Fletcher | November 10, 1991
Forget that the Johns Hopkins offense has grabbed all the attention this season. Forget that the Blue Jays have a quarterback who makes 250-yard passing days routine.Yesterday, the story at Homewood Field was defense.Although the Blue Jays defense was hardly dominating, it was impenetrable when it had to be, and Hopkins held on for a 16-14 victory over Franklin & Marshall."Our motto is bend but don't break," said safety Tom Baugher.Hopkins led 16-8 with four minutes to play, but the Diplomats were driving.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 29, 2006
Christian Cattanea kicked two field goals in the fourth quarter, including the game-winner with five seconds to go, as visiting Wesley thwarted Salisbury's upset bid with a 13-10 win yesterday. The Sea Gulls (3-5) took the lead when Brendan Kincaid kicked a 29-yard field goal less than three minutes into the fourth quarter. But the Wolverines (8-0) mounted a late comeback behind quarterback Chris Warrick, who threw for 209 yards. Wesley capitalized on a late Salisbury turnover to set up the winning field goal.
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By From Staff Reports | March 26, 1995
Sophomore attackman Tony Alexander and senior defenseman Doug Altmansberger sparked a six-goal run as No. 9 Hofstra edged visiting Vermont, 11-10, yesterday in a men's lacrosse game in Hempstead, N.Y.Alexander scored twice and Altmansberger, who was sitting out with a sore ankle, came off the bench in the third quarter to score an unassisted goal during the six-goal spurt that erased an third-quarter deficit.Brain Holland had three goals to lead the Flying Dutchmen (3-0). Vermont (0-2) was led by Gordon Allen's five goals.
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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 Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | October 27, 1994
The Western Maryland College volleyball team got a taste of the Centennial Conference championship Tuesday with its three-game sweep of Washington.The Green Terror will have to share it, though. Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg join the Green Terror with 9-1 conference records.The last conference crown for Western Maryland came in 1980 when it was tops in the Middle Atlantic Conference.Senior Denise Spangler had nine kills on Tuesday to lead the Green Terror to its fifth straight win.The Green Terror (26-11)
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April 10, 1995
(Records through Saturday)QGNo. School ... ... ... ... ... ... Record ... ... ... ... ... ... Pts.1. Salisbury St. (12) ... .. .. .. 9-0 ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 2402. Gettysburg ... ... ... .. .. .. 7-1 ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 2243. Nazareth, N.Y. ... ... ... ... 5-0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2164. Ohio Wesleyan ... ... ... .... 8-1 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2075. Roanoke ... ... ... ... ... .. 10-2 ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1886. Washington & Lee ... ... .. .. 6-2 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1747.
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By Bill Free | November 3, 2001
Bowie State (5-3) at Virginia State (3-5) Site: Trojan Field, Petersburg, Va. Time: 2:30 p.m. Series: Virginia State leads, 12-2. Last week: Bowie State defeated Fayetteville State, 18-7; Virginia State lost to Virginia Union, 42-20. Outlook: Bowie has lost eight straight to Virginia State, and the Bulldogs haven't defeated the Trojans in Petersburg since 1989, the last time Bowie won the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association championship. The Bulldogs are in position to win the CIAA Eastern Division title today with a victory and a Virginia Union loss at Fayetteville State.
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