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By Bill Free | August 28, 2004
West Virginia State (0-0) at Bowie State (0-0) Site: Bulldog Stadium, Bowie Time: 1 p.m. Series: Bowie leads 3-2 Outlook: Today's opener features the debut of new Bowie State coach Mike Lynn, who will try to pump offensive life into a team that departed coach Henry Frazier built into a Division II defensive power over the past five years. The Bulldogs ranked first nationally last season in scoring defense (11.2 ppg) and second in total defense (226.3 ypg), and have their three top defensive players returning in DB Atcheson Conway, LB Christopher Glass and DE Bruce Banks.
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By BILL FREE | August 30, 2002
Coach: Henry Frazier III (fourth season) Last year: 7-3, 4-2 Conference: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Top returning players: LB Atcheson Conway, DE Charles Alston, DT Torrey Gatson, DE Damian Walker, RB Caleb Cranke, RB Kelvin Collins, C Marcus Skelton, WR Darnell Jeffries. Outlook: Conway and Alston are two of the most talented Division II players in the nation, leading a go-for-broke Bulldogs defense that was first in the nation last season in D-II passing efficiency defense (108.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 4, 2004
BOWIE - Bowie State University has named Michael J. Lynn Jr. as football coach to replace Henry Frazier, who accepted the head coaching position at Prairie View A&M. "I'm very excited about the opportunity afforded to me," said Lynn, who joins the Bulldogs after serving as director of football operations and offensive line coach at Morgan State the past two seasons. Lynn began his coaching career at Suitland High in Forestville, where he served as assistant football coach (1996-1999) and wrestling coach (1995-2000)
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | December 6, 2008
Mike Lynn, Bowie State's football coach for five years, will not return next season. Lynn and Bowie athletic director Derek Carter reached "a mutual agreement" to part, school officials said in a statement yesterday. "We're thankful for the contributions Coach Lynn made to the program," Carter said. "He's leaving [it] in good shape." There was no word on a successor for Lynn, the state's second college coach to depart this week. On Tuesday, Gordy Combs was fired by Towson University. On Lynn's watch, Bowie went 26-25, including an 8-4 finish in 2005 when the Bulldogs came within a whisker of winning the Pioneer Bowl.
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December 23, 2003
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Agreed to terms with former Orioles P Arthur Rhodes on three-year contract. BRAVES: Agreed to terms with P Armando Almanza on one-year contract. Designated P Chris Water for assignment. BREWERS: Agreed to terms with OF Ben Grieve and C Gary Bennett on one-year contracts. Agreed to terms with P Adrian Hernandez on a minor league contract. CARDINALS: Agreed to terms with P Jason Marquis on one-year contract. MARLINS: Agreed to terms with P Toby Borland on minor league contract.
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October 31, 2001
Baseball Brewers: Named Ed Romero manager for Triple-A Indianapolis. Phillies: Named Ron Oester roving minor-league infield coordinator; Gorman Heimueller pitching coach at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre; Greg Legg manager and Rod Nichols pitching coach at Double-A Reading; and former Oriole Jeff Manto manager at Single-A Lakewood. Royals: Named Bob Schaefer bench coach and John Mizerock bullpen coach. Basketball Grizzlies: Signed guard Michael Dickerson to a contract extension. Nets: Signed F Reggie Slater.
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September 1, 2000
Bowie State Coach: Henry Frazier (2nd season) Last year: 5-4 Conference: Division II Central Intercollegiate Athletic Top returning players: LT Michael Craig, RB T-wuan Prather, LB Lee Best, FS Harry Brunson (Woodlawn), FB Kareem Perrin Outlook: Frazier was the last coach hired by any NCAA school for 1999, and the Bulldogs still finished with their second straight winning season. The coach is happy with most of his returning starters - defensive line excepted - but the team will have to stay healthy because of a lack of depth.
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October 2, 2001
Baseball Baysox (Double-A): Promoted Phil Wrye to director of marketing. Basketball Bucks: Re-signed F Mark Pope. Cavaliers: Signed following free agents: G-F Rodrick Rhodes, G Anthony Goldwire, former Wizards F Gerard King, F Makhtar Ndiaye and F Reggie Slater. Clippers: Exercised contract option on F Elton Brand for 2002-03. Named Jerry DeGregorio director of player development. Heat: Acquired draft rights to F Sean Lampley from Bulls for conditional future second-round pick. Signed G Geno Carlisle, C Loren Meyer and F-C Sean Marks.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2003
Torrey Gatson, Bowie State's 6-foot-1, 330-pound nose guard, gladly took the summer off from his job as a bodyguard for rappers and rhythm and blues artists to get himself into the best football condition of his life. That's how important the 2003 season is to the 27-year-old senior. It took Gatson nearly six years to get to Bowie from Dallas, and he doesn't want to waste a single play of his last season to impress pro scouts and possibly help the Bulldogs win their first Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association football title since 1989.
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