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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 | October 17, 1993
Freshman Jamie Tuckey scored the first goal of his college career in the second half as host Towson State ended its four-game losing streak with a 1-0 win over North Carolina-Asheville in a Big South Conference men's soccer game yesterday.Tuckey's goal came off an assist from junior Pat Coyle at the 54:54 mark and broke up a scoreless tie during which the Tigers (5-7, 3-3) squandered several scoring chances.Senior goalkeeper Rich Pellegrini (John Carroll) had three saves against the Bulldogs (6-8, 1-5)
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October 25, 1992
QB does a number on W. Md., 41-27LANCASTER, Pa. -- Bill Meekings threw for three touchdowns and ran for one to lead Franklin & Marshall to a 41-27 Centennial Football Conference victory over Western Maryland (5-2, 4-1), spoiling the Green Terrors' perfect league record.Meekings, a junior, completed 23 of 34 passes for 283 yards in the Diplomats' sixth straight victory at Williamson Field.He threw touchdown passes of 6 and 4 yards to tight end Eric Cappelman in the first quarter and a 6-yarder to wide receiver Zac Kraft in the third period.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | October 21, 1993
The frustration continues for the Western Maryland College football team.For the third straight game, Rob Johnson ran for over 100 yards and the team racked up more than 400 yards of total offense, but all the Green Terrors have to show for it is two losses and a tie.One big play last Saturday in the team's 33-19 loss to Centennial Conference leader Dickinson pretty much sums up how things have gone.Trailing 20-12 early in the fourth quarter and with the ball on the Dickinson 9, sophomore quarterback Brian Van Deusen dropped back to pass, was sacked and fumbled.
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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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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 3, 1994
Monday's tough 73-69 loss to visiting Ursinus in some ways depicts the kind of season it has been for the Western Maryland men's basketball team.The Green Terrors got a big three-pointer from Jimmy Naughton to give them a 69-68 lead with 12 seconds left, but Bernie Rogers answered with a three-pointer six seconds later and tacked on two free throws to give Ursinus the road win.Senior Rolando Welch enjoyed a solid week. After producing 24 points and 17 rebounds in a 80-67 win against Catholic on Saturday, he finished with 28 points and 16 rebounds in Monday's loss.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2012
Four women who graduated from local high schools helped Israel's women's lacrosse team to victory at the EC12 Festival Championship Friday in Amsterdam. According to the Israel lacrosse website, the team trailed by four goals before rallying to defeat the Global Players club, which is based in the United States, 8-7 in overtime, in the final. Israel had lost to Global Players twice in round-robin competion. Kim Dubansky, a McDonogh and Johns Hopkins graduate who currently serves as an Eagles girls assistant coach, led the team with three goals.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 22, 1999
Junior guard Felicia Harris made three of her four steals and scored 22 of her 27 game-high points in the second half to power St. Mary's to the championship of the Haverford Classic, defeating the host school, 79-54, yesterday in women's college basketball.Cedar Crest defeated Lesley, of Cambridge, Mass., 54-30, in the consolation game.The Seahawks (2-0) outshot the Fords (1-1), 45 percent to 23 percent in the second half and used the fast break in the final 15 minutes to seal the win. St. Mary's outscored Haverford 42-16 in the second half after trailing 38-37 at the half.
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