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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | September 11, 1993
Quarterback John Guglielmo made a triumphant return from a one-year absence with an outstanding first half, and cornerback Chad Van Den Berg followed suit by intercepting three passes in the second half, as Johns Hopkins rolled to a 33-7 victory over Lebanon Valley in the season opener for both teams at Homewood Field last night.Guglielmo, a senior who sat out for personal reasons last year after two All-Centennial Conference seasons, revived his old magic by engineering two first-half scoring drives.
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From Sun staff reports | December 31, 2013
Rodney Elliott (John Carroll) scored 21 points while Bryan Harris added 14 as host UMBC (4-9) ended a four-game losing streak with a 63-48 nonconference victory over short-handed Navy on Monday night. Before the game, Navy announced that it had suspended leading scorer Tillman Dunbar and sophomore guard Phil Guglielmo indefinitely for violating unspecified academy rules. Dunbar, a sophomore point guard, had led the Midshipmen (5-6) in scoring (11.9 points per game), assists (5.0)
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By Special to The Sun | September 28, 1991
MADISON, N.J. -- John Guglielmo (2-0-1) passed for two touchdowns, Paul Ferreri ran for another, and Johns Hopkins used second-half ball control to defeat Fairleigh Dickinson-Madison (1-1), 23-6, in non-conference football last night.Hopkins scored a second-quarter touchdown and a third-quarter field goal for a 9-0 lead entering the fourth quarter, then capitalized on a Jersey Devils turnover to put the game away. Hopkins recovered a FDU fumble on the home team's seven-yard line, and on fourth down, Guglielmo, a 6-foot junior, threw to Lou Angelos for a 15-yard touchdown pass.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
Prior to Monday night's 63-48 loss to UMBC, the Navy men's basketball team announced that it had suspended sophomore point guard Tilman Dunbar and sophomore guard Phil Guglielmo indefinitely for violating unspecified academy rules. Dunbar had led the Midshipmen (5-6) in scoring (11.9 points per game), assists (5.0) and playing time (30.9 minutes). Coach Ed DeChellis told Collegehoopsdaily.com that the players are fully aware of the expectations placed upon them . “Our standards are little higher, and you can't deviate from those and we take them very, very seriously,” he told the website.
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By Bill Tanton | September 23, 1991
Don't laugh, but the best college quarterback around here this year might be the one at Division III Johns Hopkins, John Guglielmo.Maryland had no success Saturday with any of three quarterbacks in its 37-7 loss to West Virginia. Navy went nowhere with Jason Van Matre, a natural tailback, in losing, 26-21, to William & Mary. Towson State, a 13-7 loser to Delaware State, has been ineffective with a converted linebacker, Gary Worthington, at QB.But Guglielmo? Now there's a quarterback some of those Division I schools might like to have.
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By John W. Stewart | September 21, 1991
Paul Ferreri ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for another, and quarterback John Guglielmo threw for two other scores, as Johns Hopkins overwhelmed Swarthmore, 47-19, in a Centennial Football Conference game at Homewood Field last night.The outcome enabled Hopkins (1-0-1) to preserve Jim Margraff's unbeaten streak at home, making the second-year coach 5-0-1.Swarthmore (1-1) was not the same team that defeated Hobart last week, as it lost its offensive and defensive leaders in the first eight minutes of the game.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | October 10, 1993
Johns Hopkins quarterback John Guglielmo said the Blue Jays thought they needed to keep scoring to beat Ursinus.And that's what they did.Guglielmo threw for 320 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another, Hari Lymon ran for 116 yards, and Chuck Wotkowicz ran for three touchdowns, as Johns Hopkins outlasted Ursinus, 42-34, in a Centennial Conference game yesterday at Homewood Field.Johns Hopkins (3-2, 2-1) moved the ball well throughout the game. The Blue Jays finished with 513 yards total offense (320 passing, 193 rushing)
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By From Staff Reports | October 17, 1993
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Muhlenberg built a 14-point halftime advantage and then withstood a comeback attempt by Johns Hopkins for a 20-16 victory in a Centennial Athletic Conference game yesterday.Johns Hopkins quarterback John Guglielmo, who came off the bench to direct two scoring drives that tied the score at 14, drove the Blue Jays to the Muhlenberg 20 in the game's final moments, but was unable to score.Muhlenberg quarterback Saun McCullough threw for 249 yards and two touchdowns, including a 26-yard pass to Craig Bokus with 13:49 remaining in regulation that gave it a 20-14 lead.
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By Jeff Fletcher | October 27, 1991
The game was billed as a matchup of two great passing teams. That was half right.Johns Hopkins beat Georgetown, 40-14, yesterday at Homewood Field, setting a school record for passing yards with 527.The Blue Jays (4-2-1) came into the game 14th in Division III in passing offense. Georgetown was first.But Hopkins held the Hoyas (4-3) to 175 yards in the air, partly because of a devastating pass rush and partly because Hoyas quarterback Aley Demarest missed part of the first half and most of the second with a sprained left foot.
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By Paul McMullen | November 14, 1991
John Guglielmo holds the Johns Hopkins record for passing yardage in a single season, and the previous holder of that distinction gladly let go."I'm happy to have the record, but it probably has more significance for Coach Margraff," Guglielmo said. "Part of him is responsible for me getting it."Jim Margraff quarterbacked the Blue Jays from 1978-81. He threw for 1,836 yards as a freshman, a figure that wasn't surpassed until this fall. Guglielmo is one of the most productive quarterbacks in Division III, having completed 167 of 298 passes for 2,256 yards and 16 touchdowns.
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March 4, 2007
On February 28, 2007 ELMA M. MURRY (nee Marcks), beloved wife of the late William B. Murry, loving mother of Karen M. Guglielmo (Frank)and Richard Murry (Gloria), loving sister of Norma M. Williams, dear grand-mother of Jackie Murry, Bill and Michelle Guglielmo. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) Sunday 2-5pm. where a Funeral Service will be held Monday at 11am. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. The family suggests memorial contributions be made in her name to the American Diabetes Association, 800 Wyman Park Drive # 110, Baltimore, MD. 21211.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 2001
A successful performance of a Mozart opera requires three things: beautiful, yet agile voices; stylish presentation; and the expressive depth to move from comedy to the most achingly gorgeous melodies ever written - and back again - at a moment's notice. A tall order. But I saw all this and more at last weekend's Annapolis Opera production of Mozart's sparkling "Cosi fan tutte." Beautiful, agile voices could be heard all over the Maryland Hall stage. Soprano Angela Fout and lyric mezzo Lori Hultgren were delights to the ear as Fiordiligi and Dorabella, the sisters engaged to pair of young men brought to life under Braxton Peters' stage direction as a pair of 19th-century midshipmen at the Naval Academy.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 14, 1993
Scoring has rarely been a problem this season for Western Maryland. The inability to stop quality offenses, however, was a major reason the Green Terrors went six weeks without a victory.The Green Terrors atoned for their mistakes yesterday. Sparked by two third-quarter defensive stands deep in its territory, host Western Maryland responded with two touchdowns to pull away to a 20-3 victory over rival Johns Hopkins at muddy Bair Stadium.The Green Terrors finished the season with a two-game winning streak, their first of the year.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Staff Writer | November 7, 1993
Johns Hopkins failed to capitalize on several scoring opportunities and lost to Franklin & Marshall, 13-11, in a Centennial Conference football game at Homewood Field yesterday.It was the first home loss this year for the 4-5 Blue Jays, who are winless on the road.With 10:44 left,Hopkins quarterback John Guglielmo, after passing 14 yards to Joe Richards to the 1-yard line, sneaked in for a touchdown that reduced F&M's lead to 10-9.Then Guglielmo, going for two extra points, scrambled and eluded three tacklers and found Richards in the end zone, and Hopkins led, 11-10.
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By From Staff Reports | October 17, 1993
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Muhlenberg built a 14-point halftime advantage and then withstood a comeback attempt by Johns Hopkins for a 20-16 victory in a Centennial Athletic Conference game yesterday.Johns Hopkins quarterback John Guglielmo, who came off the bench to direct two scoring drives that tied the score at 14, drove the Blue Jays to the Muhlenberg 20 in the game's final moments, but was unable to score.Muhlenberg quarterback Saun McCullough threw for 249 yards and two touchdowns, including a 26-yard pass to Craig Bokus with 13:49 remaining in regulation that gave it a 20-14 lead.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | October 10, 1993
Johns Hopkins quarterback John Guglielmo said the Blue Jays thought they needed to keep scoring to beat Ursinus.And that's what they did.Guglielmo threw for 320 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another, Hari Lymon ran for 116 yards, and Chuck Wotkowicz ran for three touchdowns, as Johns Hopkins outlasted Ursinus, 42-34, in a Centennial Conference game yesterday at Homewood Field.Johns Hopkins (3-2, 2-1) moved the ball well throughout the game. The Blue Jays finished with 513 yards total offense (320 passing, 193 rushing)
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March 4, 2007
On February 28, 2007 ELMA M. MURRY (nee Marcks), beloved wife of the late William B. Murry, loving mother of Karen M. Guglielmo (Frank)and Richard Murry (Gloria), loving sister of Norma M. Williams, dear grand-mother of Jackie Murry, Bill and Michelle Guglielmo. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) Sunday 2-5pm. where a Funeral Service will be held Monday at 11am. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. The family suggests memorial contributions be made in her name to the American Diabetes Association, 800 Wyman Park Drive # 110, Baltimore, MD. 21211.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Staff Writer | September 18, 1993
Johns Hopkins trailed Swarthmore 17-0 early in the second quarter in the rain at Homewood Field last night. But the Blue Jays did all the scoring from there and won, 40-17.John Guglielmo, Hopkins' senior quarterback, was ineffective for the first 20 minutes but came on to throw touchdown passes to Joe Richards and Pete Lambis. Guglielmo also scored a touchdown on a 1-yard sneak.Guglielmo finished the game 20-for-31 with 300 yards.Chuck Wotkowicz, a freshman running back from Adams, Mass., scored Hopkins' final three touchdowns on runs of 1, 3 and 1 yards -- although he didn't enter the game until early in the last quarter.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | September 15, 1993
The Johns Hopkins football team is heading into its Centennial Conference schedule with a new look. For the first time in four-year coach Jim Margraff's tenure, the Blue Jays are 1-0.Hopkins erupted for three fourth- quarter touchdowns Friday night to blow out Lebanon Valley, 33-7. The Blue Jays had no shortage of heroes.Junior cornerback Chad Van Den Berg intercepted three passes in the second half to earn Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors. Sophomore free safety Ryan McCrum returned another interception 38 yards for a touchdown.
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