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December 26, 2003
Moves Basketball PACERS: Activated G Jamaal Tinsley from injured list. Lacrosse COLORADO (NLL): Signed F Gavin Prout (Loyola College).
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The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2013
The Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League announced Monday that it has released former captain Gavin Prout (Loyola College). The 35-year-old forward played more than eight of his 12 NLL seasons with the Mammoth, but has not suited up this preseason given the constraints of the new collective bargaining agreement. Prior to training camp, Prout was given the opportunity to sign a free-agent contract with any team in the league. “For years, Gavin Prout was synonymous with the Colorado Mammoth,” said president and general manager Steve Govett . “Unfortunately, he is a casualty of the reduced roster size and newly implemented salary cap of the CBA. Elements of the agreement made for some incredibly difficult decisions; this was the toughest.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2013
The Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League announced Monday that it has released former captain Gavin Prout (Loyola College). The 35-year-old forward played more than eight of his 12 NLL seasons with the Mammoth, but has not suited up this preseason given the constraints of the new collective bargaining agreement. Prior to training camp, Prout was given the opportunity to sign a free-agent contract with any team in the league. “For years, Gavin Prout was synonymous with the Colorado Mammoth,” said president and general manager Steve Govett . “Unfortunately, he is a casualty of the reduced roster size and newly implemented salary cap of the CBA. Elements of the agreement made for some incredibly difficult decisions; this was the toughest.
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By DAVID SELIG and DAVID SELIG,SUN REPORTER | July 22, 2006
In their pre-game notes, the Bayhawks include a feature called "This Time Last Year," which serves as a reminder of the team that won its second Major League Lacrosse championship last summer and was considered to have one of the greatest professional rosters of all time. But it also illuminates how frustrating this season has been. The Bayhawks (3-5) have matched their highest loss total in the franchise's six years and likely will miss the playoffs for the first time. A team that set a league record with a 31-9 win last June struggled through a 9-6 loss last month in the lowest-scoring game in MLL history.
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By Bill Free | April 28, 2001
No. 4 Johns Hopkins (6-3) at No. 10 Towson (10-2 ) Site: Minnegan Stadium Time: 1 p.m. TV/radio: Channel 2/WJFK (1300 AM), WTMD (89.7 FM) Outlook: Towson seems to have everything going its way these days: the longest winning streak in the nation at eight, the second-leading goal scorer in the country, Kyle Campbell (41 goals, 11 assists), the top seed in the America East tournament and the longest lacrosse winning streak in the last 30 years at Towson. Hopkins leads the series, 24-3.The Blue Jays have four players who can score often in Bobby Benson (20 goals, 10 assists)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 30, 2000
Inspired Hobart College was out to pull off a major upset over third-ranked Loyola College on its home turf and prove that the 15th-ranked Statesmen were something more than an automatic NCAA tournament qualifier from the Patriot League. The Greyhounds, on the other hand, were trying not to look ahead to Charles Street rival Johns Hopkins next week and build up some momentum for the all-important month of May. So Hobart might have accomplished its mission yesterday before a crowd of 1,432 at Curley Field if Loyola sophomore midfielder Michael Sullivan hadn't erupted for a career-high five goals and bailed his teammates out of a jam for a 17-13 victory.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | May 10, 2006
When the defending Major League Lacrosse champion Bayhawks launch their 2006 season at Long Island on Preakness night, they will be sporting a new look in everything from ownership to coaching to playing personnel. Even the league in which they compete will feature a makeover, with the creation of a Western Conference that includes teams in Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco. "It's the end of an era for the MLL and a very exciting time," said Bayhawks co-president and owner Scott Hiller, who will also serve as the interim head coach.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 19, 2001
For Notre Dame lacrosse players and Boys' Latin alumni Tom Glatzel and David Ulrich, coming home to Baltimore is always fun. The trip becomes even more special when it includes a win. Glatzel scored four goals and Ulrich had two goals and an assist as the undefeated, sixth-ranked Fighting Irish started strong and held on for a 10-7 win over No. 5 Loyola yesterday at Curley Field. It was the second road win over a Top 10 team in a five-day span for Notre Dame (5-0). The Irish, who defeated No. 7 Virginia, 11-8, Wednesday, also ended Loyola's 18-game March winning streak.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 1, 2001
Towson coach Tony Seaman described it as a win that his men's lacrosse team needed badly. Senior goalie John Horrigan called it a great day to be a Tiger. Thanks to former Greyhound Kyle Campbell's seven-goal performance and the outstanding play of St. Mary's grad Horrigan, the 18th-ranked Tigers came back from a third-quarter deficit yesterday to upset No. 9 Loyola, 19-14, at the losers' Curley Field. It was the first time since 1996 that Towson (5-2) has beaten a Top 10 team. That was also the last time Towson had beaten Loyola.
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By DAVID SELIG and DAVID SELIG,SUN REPORTER | July 22, 2006
In their pre-game notes, the Bayhawks include a feature called "This Time Last Year," which serves as a reminder of the team that won its second Major League Lacrosse championship last summer and was considered to have one of the greatest professional rosters of all time. But it also illuminates how frustrating this season has been. The Bayhawks (3-5) have matched their highest loss total in the franchise's six years and likely will miss the playoffs for the first time. A team that set a league record with a 31-9 win last June struggled through a 9-6 loss last month in the lowest-scoring game in MLL history.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | May 10, 2006
When the defending Major League Lacrosse champion Bayhawks launch their 2006 season at Long Island on Preakness night, they will be sporting a new look in everything from ownership to coaching to playing personnel. Even the league in which they compete will feature a makeover, with the creation of a Western Conference that includes teams in Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco. "It's the end of an era for the MLL and a very exciting time," said Bayhawks co-president and owner Scott Hiller, who will also serve as the interim head coach.
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December 26, 2003
Moves Basketball PACERS: Activated G Jamaal Tinsley from injured list. Lacrosse COLORADO (NLL): Signed F Gavin Prout (Loyola College).
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By Bill Free | May 19, 2001
Division I quarterfinals Syracuse (11-2) vs. Hofstra (10-6) Site: Hofstra Stadium, Hempstead, N.Y. Time: Noon Seeds: Syracuse, No. 1; Hofstra, unseeded. Outlook: Defending champion Syracuse is playing in its 19th straight NCAA tournament and 22nd overall, having won four national titles (1988, 1989, 1990 and 2000) as the top seed. The Orangemen have a 40-14 record in the tournament, tops for teams that have played at least 20 games. Syracuse has another Powell (Michael) lighting up the scoreboard, with 25 goals and 33 assists; a superb goalkeeper in fifth-year senior Rob Mulligan (save percentage .607 and goals-against-average 7.4)
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 1, 2001
Towson coach Tony Seaman described it as a win that his men's lacrosse team needed badly. Senior goalie John Horrigan called it a great day to be a Tiger. Thanks to former Greyhound Kyle Campbell's seven-goal performance and the outstanding play of St. Mary's grad Horrigan, the 18th-ranked Tigers came back from a third-quarter deficit yesterday to upset No. 9 Loyola, 19-14, at the losers' Curley Field. It was the first time since 1996 that Towson (5-2) has beaten a Top 10 team. That was also the last time Towson had beaten Loyola.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 19, 2001
For Notre Dame lacrosse players and Boys' Latin alumni Tom Glatzel and David Ulrich, coming home to Baltimore is always fun. The trip becomes even more special when it includes a win. Glatzel scored four goals and Ulrich had two goals and an assist as the undefeated, sixth-ranked Fighting Irish started strong and held on for a 10-7 win over No. 5 Loyola yesterday at Curley Field. It was the second road win over a Top 10 team in a five-day span for Notre Dame (5-0). The Irish, who defeated No. 7 Virginia, 11-8, Wednesday, also ended Loyola's 18-game March winning streak.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 30, 2000
Inspired Hobart College was out to pull off a major upset over third-ranked Loyola College on its home turf and prove that the 15th-ranked Statesmen were something more than an automatic NCAA tournament qualifier from the Patriot League. The Greyhounds, on the other hand, were trying not to look ahead to Charles Street rival Johns Hopkins next week and build up some momentum for the all-important month of May. So Hobart might have accomplished its mission yesterday before a crowd of 1,432 at Curley Field if Loyola sophomore midfielder Michael Sullivan hadn't erupted for a career-high five goals and bailed his teammates out of a jam for a 17-13 victory.
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