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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 17, 1999
Two Boys' Latin School graduates who play lacrosse at Syracuse University have been arrested after a break-in at a campus gym where clothing, equipment and athletic shoes were stolen, a school spokesman said.Sophomore defensemen John Glatzel, The Sun's 1997 All-Metro Player of the Year, and Tom Nee were suspended indefinitely from the team and the university along with freshman midfielder Michael Springer, according to university spokesman Kevin Morrow.The players are scheduled to have a university hearing tomorrow.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | July 5, 2002
It's almost laughable to former U.S. national lacrosse team stalwart Zach Colburn that the rap on this year's American squad is that it is far too inexperienced. After all, one look at the team - which is in Perth, Australia, this week, looking to bring home Team USA's sixth straight International Lacrosse Federation world championship - shows four members of the 2001 NCAA champions and three from this year's winning team. Then there's the NCAA's reigning Player of the Year (Syracuse's Michael Powell)
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2002
He has the skills to strip the ball from even the craftiest ballhandler, the speed to stay with almost any attackman, and the size and strength to keep dodgers away from his goalie's cage. But Syracuse defender John Glatzel said it is another element he has at his disposal that has helped earn him the reputation as the premier defensive stopper in college lacrosse. "No matter what, there is someone in practice that I can cover who's an All-American. It makes me a better player," said Glatzel, a Boys' Latin alum.
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June 11, 2002
Moves Baseball CARDINALS: Placed OF Jim Edmonds on 15-day DL, retroactive to June 1, with sprained right wrist. Recalled OF So Taguchi from Triple-A Memphis. CUBS: Recalled former Orioles minor-league IF Augie Ojeda from Triple-A Iowa. GIANTS: Claimed P Jason Pearson off waivers from Padres; optioned him to Triple-A Fresno. METS: Reassigned batting coach Dave Engle. Announced that Tom Robson will conduct batting practice until permanent batting coach is named. ORIOLES: Signed following draft picks (round in parentheses)
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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 | March 26, 2000
The Towson University men's lacrosse team had the slow pace, the patience and the loud crowd it wanted yesterday at Minnegan Stadium. Top-ranked Syracuse had a barricade-like defense led by former Boys' Latin standout John Glatzel, a hot goalkeeper in Rob Mulligan and three-time All-America attackman Ryan Powell. The result? Another impressive victory for the unbeaten Orangemen, who had more than enough talent to defuse the best-laid plans of Towson coach Tony Seaman and pull out a 10-3 victory before a crowd of 2,008.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 22, 2001
John Glatzel wasted no time getting on his brother Tom's back - literally - about their matchup in the semifinals of the NCAA lacrosse tournament. After a quarterfinal win at Hofstra, John and a few Syracuse teammates headed south, to the next day's doubleheader at Byrd Stadium in College Park. He paced with his parents as Tom led Notre Dame to a conquest of Johns Hopkins, then sweet-talked his way onto the field. "A security guard saw my Syracuse jacket," John said. "I told her my twin brother was out there, and asked if I could go see him. I snuck up behind Tom and jumped on his back.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2002
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- What has become the surest thing in college lacrosse was actually in doubt for about 2 1/2 minutes yesterday. Leading by just one goal in a man-down situation and with its 20th consecutive trip to the final four on the line, No. 2 Syracuse got a huge defensive play by senior John Glatzel (Boys' Latin) to turn aside No. 7 Duke, 10-9, yesterday in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals at Hofstra Stadium. The win, assured when Glatzel stripped Duke's Dan Chemotti when he was 5 yards out and bidding for the tying goal with about 40 seconds left, sent the Orangemen (13-2)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2001
Boys' Latin had a remarkable collection of lacrosse talent four years ago, when an unbeaten team netted five first-team All-Metro selections. That group did not include Tom Glatzel and the Ulrich twins, David and Todd, who were considered works in progress. So was Notre Dame, and it's no surprise that the blossoming of those three coincided with the growth of the Fighting Irish into a serious final four contender. Fifth-seeded Notre Dame can reach the championship weekend of the NCAA tournament for the first time with a victory over Johns Hopkins in the second half of tomorrow's quarterfinal doubleheader at Byrd Stadium.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1997
Somewhere up there, Pat Radebaugh must be smiling about what his former Boys' Latin teammates accomplished last night at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.The unbeaten, top-ranked Lakers out-finessed, out-hustled and, in the end, out-gunned No. 2 Loyola (13-4) in a 13-8 victory before nearly 6,000.Greg Patchak, with four goals, Tom Glatzel with three, Ian Shure with two goals and an assist, Ryan Mollett with two goals, and David Ulrich with three assists were among eight different offensive contributors for the Lakers (17-0)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 29, 2002
Senior goalie Nick Murtha and junior midfielder Adam Doneger, who led Johns Hopkins to a 12-2 record and a berth in the men's lacrosse final four, were both named STX/USILA first-team All-Americans. The All-America team was announced at halftime of Monday's national championship game. Murtha, who had never started a game in his Blue Jays career before this season, posted an 8.41 goals-against average and a .597 save percentage. Doneger finished with 24 goals and four assists, but came on strong at the end of the season, scoring five goals in the NCAA quarterfinals against Cornell, and three on Saturday in the Blue Jays' semifinal loss to Princeton.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2002
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- What has become the surest thing in college lacrosse was actually in doubt for about 2 1/2 minutes yesterday. Leading by just one goal in a man-down situation and with its 20th consecutive trip to the final four on the line, No. 2 Syracuse got a huge defensive play by senior John Glatzel (Boys' Latin) to turn aside No. 7 Duke, 10-9, yesterday in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals at Hofstra Stadium. The win, assured when Glatzel stripped Duke's Dan Chemotti when he was 5 yards out and bidding for the tying goal with about 40 seconds left, sent the Orangemen (13-2)
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2002
He has the skills to strip the ball from even the craftiest ballhandler, the speed to stay with almost any attackman, and the size and strength to keep dodgers away from his goalie's cage. But Syracuse defender John Glatzel said it is another element he has at his disposal that has helped earn him the reputation as the premier defensive stopper in college lacrosse. "No matter what, there is someone in practice that I can cover who's an All-American. It makes me a better player," said Glatzel, a Boys' Latin alum.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2002
If you want to play in May, you've got to work in March. With at-large bids to the NCAA tournament shrinking to six this season, early matchups that used to be just important have become crucial. Bill Dirrigl, the new boss at Loyola College, said the chase for playoff spots is a marathon, not a sprint, but if a team can't get out of the blocks, it won't be able to jockey for position at the end. Some sense the urgency of the moment. On March 2, Johns Hopkins appeared hungrier than Princeton, and its hustling for ground balls was a factor as the Blue Jays knocked off the defending champion.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 19, 2001
Four former area high school standouts were among 23 players selected to represent the United States in the 2002 International Lacrosse Federation (ILF) World Championships. The championships will be contested July 6-14, 2002, in Perth, Australia. Princeton All-American Ryan Mollett and Syracuse All-American John Glatzel, both Boys' Latin grads, will reunite on Team USA's defense, which will also feature Maryland All-American Michael Howley. The attack unit will include Johns Hopkins' Bobby Benson (McDonogh)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2001
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - College lacrosse was wild and unpredictable in March and April, when the No. 1 team lost on four successive weekends. Princeton coach Bill Tierney said 2001 was "maybe the craziest season I've ever seen," but sanity has been restored at Rutgers Stadium, where his top-ranked Tigers will take on top-seeded Syracuse today (11 a.m., ESPN) in the NCAA tournament final. Isn't this what both sides have anticipated since the Orangemen crushed Princeton in last year's title game?
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 19, 2001
Four former area high school standouts were among 23 players selected to represent the United States in the 2002 International Lacrosse Federation (ILF) World Championships. The championships will be contested July 6-14, 2002, in Perth, Australia. Princeton All-American Ryan Mollett and Syracuse All-American John Glatzel, both Boys' Latin grads, will reunite on Team USA's defense, which will also feature Maryland All-American Michael Howley. The attack unit will include Johns Hopkins' Bobby Benson (McDonogh)
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By Lem Satterfield | May 30, 1997
Player of The YearJohn Glatzel, Boys' Latin, senior, defense: In a league considered to be the nation's best, it's difficult to play perfectly -- unless you're defender John Glatzel. "Looking back, I don't think he had one bad game," coach Bob Shriver said of the 6-foot, 180-pounder who is a high school All-American headed for Syracuse. "None of the top scorers in the league ever scored a goal against him one-on-one." Glatzel anchored a Lakers squad that allowed on average just over four goals during the regular season -- believed to be a school record.
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By Paul McMullen and Gary Lambrecht and Paul McMullen and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 27, 2001
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- The NCAA could announce as early as this weekend that the 2003 and 2004 championship weekends will be played at PSINet Stadium. After word got out last winter that the four Baltimore colleges that sponsor Division I lacrosse would team with the Maryland Stadium Authority in an effort to bring the game's biggest event to the Ravens' stadium, no alternate bids surfaced. Johns Hopkins, Loyola, Towson and UMBC will serve as co-hosts, and Retrievers athletic director Charlie Brown made a well-received presentation on the bid's behalf to the NCAA men's lacrosse committee Thursday night.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 27, 2001
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Syracuse upheld its tradition of producing its finest lacrosse in late May, while Notre Dame performed like an outclassed participant that had never before hung around this long in a season. Yesterday's 12-5 NCAA tournament semifinal victory by the defending national champion Orangemen before 21,103 at Rutgers Stadium was every bit as lopsided as the score indicated. Notre Dame, which rode a nine-game winning streak into its first-ever final four appearance, found out firsthand why the Orangemen have gone to 19 consecutive final four games.
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