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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | January 31, 1995
Mrs. Smith finds herself in a dilemma.A fun one, but a dilemma nonetheless.For the 30 years her husband, Glenn, has been coaching basketball at Williamsport High, it's been simple, especially in the mid-1980s when their daughter, Alice, was the starting point guard. It's always been "Go Wildcats!"Tonight, it's different.When Williamsport visits Francis Scott Key at 7 o'clock tonight, it will be more than the Wildcats taking on the Eagles. It will be father taking on daughter for the first time.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 1, 1995
As last night wore on in Uniontown, it became more and more apparent how well Williamsport coach Glenn Smith tutored his daughter in the game of basketball.Maybe a little too well for his liking, as Alice Smith's Francis Scott Key Eagles came away with a solid 51-27 win over his visiting Wildcats.It was the first time the two coaches met head to head with Alice Smith in her first season as Eagles varsity coach."Before the game, my players asked me if I was ready. I told them they were the ones who were playing and asked if they were ready?"
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 1, 1995
As last night wore on in Uniontown, it became more and more apparent how well Williamsport coach Glenn Smith tutored his daughter in the game of basketball.Maybe a little too well for his liking, as Alice Smith's Francis Scott Key Eagles came away with a solid 51-27 win over his visiting Wildcats.It was the first time the two coaches met head to head with Alice Smith in her first season as Eagles varsity coach."Before the game, my players asked me if I was ready. I told them they were the ones who were playing and asked if they were ready?"
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | January 31, 1995
Mrs. Smith finds herself in a dilemma.A fun one, but a dilemma nonetheless.For the 30 years her husband, Glenn, has been coaching basketball at Williamsport High, it's been simple, especially in the mid-1980s when their daughter, Alice, was the starting point guard. It's always been "Go Wildcats!"Tonight, it's different.When Williamsport visits Francis Scott Key at 7 o'clock tonight, it will be more than the Wildcats taking on the Eagles. It will be father taking on daughter for the first time.
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By Bob Clark | April 21, 1991
Glenn Smith scored two early fourth-quarter goals to regai Towson State's momentum, and the Tigers went on to a 15-8 lacrosse victory over Navy at Minnegan Stadium last night in a battle between two teams hoping to keep their National Collegiate Athletic Association playoff hopes alive.The win for No. 9 Towson State improved its record to 7-2 and enhanced the Tigers' playoff hopes, but Navy (5-5) is an extreme long shot at best.Smith, who finished with five goals to become Towson's second all-time scoring leader, scored on a feed from Brian Cesarski 18 ++ seconds into the fourth quarter.
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By Jerry Bembry | January 13, 1991
They waited nearly two months for the chance to play a game before their home fans, but in the end, the Morgan Bears were left with the same result -- a loss.After taking a halftime lead for the first time this season, thBears went ice cold in the second half, falling behind by as many as 11 points on their way to a 77-73 loss to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore before a crowd of 950 at Hill Field House. Morgan dropped to 0-13 (0-3 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)."The effort was good, and at times we battled well," said Morgacoach Michael Holmes, coaching his first home game.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | February 29, 1992
Several area college lacrosse coaches are picking defending champion North Carolina or Syracuse to win the NCAA Division I title. The other teams, they say, are simply bidding for a better ranking, and a possible upset of the big two.The maneuvering for several area teams begins this weekend, with Navy starting its season today at Penn State (2 p.m.), Towson opening tomorrow at home to Delaware (1 p.m.) and Loyola opening tomorrow at Rutgers (2 p.m.)."Syracuse and North Carolina are extremely talented," said Loyola coach Dave Cottle.
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By Rich Scherr | January 15, 1991
It came as little surprise to Delaware State coach Jeff Jones that his team beat host Morgan State last night, 87-79.What surprised him was the way it happened.Morgan State, winless and a loser by an average of more than 23 points a game, played aggressively and even held a one-point lead against the first-place Hornets midway through the second half before falling in the end."We figured we'd come in and play our game," said Jones, "but we just didn't have any gas tonight. I think we were awfully lucky."
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By Bill Free | April 14, 1991
The Towson State lacrosse team is on cruise control thes days, waiting to prove itself against another big-time Division I team.The ninth-ranked Tigers punched out Bucknell and Hofstra by a total score of 43-11 in the four days since last Saturday's 14-12 loss to sixth-ranked Loyola in which Towson blew an 8-1 second-quarter lead.That loss to cross-town rival Loyola has been hard on the Tigers."We've been down most of the week," said Towson coach Carl Runk yesterday.But that didn't prevent the Tigers from blitzing Bucknell, 23-3, Wednesday and Hofstra, 20-8, yesterday at Minnegan Stadium.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | May 24, 1991
The last time Towson State played Maryland in lacrosse, Glenn Smith was in an unfamiliar position. He was standing on the sideline in frustration.That was on March 16 at Minnegan Stadium. Towson lost, 17-16, without Smith, its all-time goals leader, who had been suspended for two games because of academic eligibility deficiencies."I wanted to be out there, to be part of it," Smith said. "I thought that would be the last time we would play Maryland. I didn't expect to get a second chance."Now, it will be Towson State against Maryland in the NCAA tournament semifinals tomorrow at Syracuse (3 p.m.)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | February 29, 1992
Several area college lacrosse coaches are picking defending champion North Carolina or Syracuse to win the NCAA Division I title. The other teams, they say, are simply bidding for a better ranking, and a possible upset of the big two.The maneuvering for several area teams begins this weekend, with Navy starting its season today at Penn State (2 p.m.), Towson opening tomorrow at home to Delaware (1 p.m.) and Loyola opening tomorrow at Rutgers (2 p.m.)."Syracuse and North Carolina are extremely talented," said Loyola coach Dave Cottle.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | May 24, 1991
The last time Towson State played Maryland in lacrosse, Glenn Smith was in an unfamiliar position. He was standing on the sideline in frustration.That was on March 16 at Minnegan Stadium. Towson lost, 17-16, without Smith, its all-time goals leader, who had been suspended for two games because of academic eligibility deficiencies."I wanted to be out there, to be part of it," Smith said. "I thought that would be the last time we would play Maryland. I didn't expect to get a second chance."Now, it will be Towson State against Maryland in the NCAA tournament semifinals tomorrow at Syracuse (3 p.m.)
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By Mike Preston | May 22, 1991
When the seedings were about to be announced Sunday for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I lacrosse tournament, there were few coaches who wanted to play Towson State University."
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By Bob Clark | April 21, 1991
Glenn Smith scored two early fourth-quarter goals to regai Towson State's momentum, and the Tigers went on to a 15-8 lacrosse victory over Navy at Minnegan Stadium last night in a battle between two teams hoping to keep their National Collegiate Athletic Association playoff hopes alive.The win for No. 9 Towson State improved its record to 7-2 and enhanced the Tigers' playoff hopes, but Navy (5-5) is an extreme long shot at best.Smith, who finished with five goals to become Towson's second all-time scoring leader, scored on a feed from Brian Cesarski 18 ++ seconds into the fourth quarter.
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By Bill Free | April 14, 1991
The Towson State lacrosse team is on cruise control thes days, waiting to prove itself against another big-time Division I team.The ninth-ranked Tigers punched out Bucknell and Hofstra by a total score of 43-11 in the four days since last Saturday's 14-12 loss to sixth-ranked Loyola in which Towson blew an 8-1 second-quarter lead.That loss to cross-town rival Loyola has been hard on the Tigers."We've been down most of the week," said Towson coach Carl Runk yesterday.But that didn't prevent the Tigers from blitzing Bucknell, 23-3, Wednesday and Hofstra, 20-8, yesterday at Minnegan Stadium.
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By Jerry Bembry | February 19, 1991
Before the season started, Morgan State coach Michael Holmes complained on the record about the problems his inexperienced team would face. But, off the record, he made some bold predictions."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | January 11, 1991
Don't look for Michael Holmes to slash his wrists just yet.OK, Morgan State's rookie basketball coach is off to a stumbling 0-12 start. Since all 12 were on the road, the first glimpse Morgan's students will get of the Bears will be tomorrow (8 p.m.) when Maryland-Eastern Shore comes to Hill Field House.Keep in mind that Holmes didn't arrive until July, that there was no time to recruit, that he is stuck with the remnants of last winter's squad and that he inherited a program that has endured 10 losing seasons in the last 11 years.
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By Jerry Bembry | February 19, 1991
Before the season started, Morgan State coach Michael Holmes complained on the record about the problems his inexperienced team would face. But, off the record, he made some bold predictions."
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By Rich Scherr | January 15, 1991
It came as little surprise to Delaware State coach Jeff Jones that his team beat host Morgan State last night, 87-79.What surprised him was the way it happened.Morgan State, winless and a loser by an average of more than 23 points a game, played aggressively and even held a one-point lead against the first-place Hornets midway through the second half before falling in the end."We figured we'd come in and play our game," said Jones, "but we just didn't have any gas tonight. I think we were awfully lucky."
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By Jerry Bembry | January 13, 1991
They waited nearly two months for the chance to play a game before their home fans, but in the end, the Morgan Bears were left with the same result -- a loss.After taking a halftime lead for the first time this season, thBears went ice cold in the second half, falling behind by as many as 11 points on their way to a 77-73 loss to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore before a crowd of 950 at Hill Field House. Morgan dropped to 0-13 (0-3 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)."The effort was good, and at times we battled well," said Morgacoach Michael Holmes, coaching his first home game.
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