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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2010
Before Monday night, it had been eight years since the Loyola men's basketball team traveled the two miles across Cold Spring Lane to play at Morgan State. The Greyhounds had also won five consecutive games in the series since 1979. Loyola continued that streak with a physical 73-67 victory, spoiling the Bears' home opener before an announced 2,708. Loyola's win was also impressive because the Bears are 35-7 at Hill Field House under fifth-year coach Todd Bozeman. Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos was just happy to get a road victory over a team that played in the past two NCAA tournaments.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2014
The 2013-14 season for the Morgan State men's basketball team opened with six consecutive losses, grew more encouraging with a 3-1 stretch, but now the Bears are mired in a three-game losing skid. The Bears' 3-10 record might be a source of concern for others, but don't lump in coach Todd Bozeman with that group. “You can't just judge it by the numbers,” Boseman said Monday afternoon. “It is what it is. I'm not trying to [tiptoe] around that. I'd say we're definitely getting better, and we are progressing in a way that we need to progress to get ready for the conference.
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By DON MARKUS and DON MARKUS,SUN STAFF | January 21, 1999
As he surveyed the scene on the basketball court below, Garnett Purnell finally had a moment to relax. Most of the spectators had left the gym, and the Morgan State athletic director was savoring more than just a victory by the men's team. It had been another logistical triumph as well. From that night last month when the team met Howard through their game Jan. 11 against Bethune-Cookman, Morgan State players have continued to feel like migrants, even in Baltimore. That's what happens when the gym you call home is not your own. For Morgan State, the displacement while awaiting renovations to its Hill Field House has lasted for more than a year.
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From Sun staff reports | February 19, 2012
Aric Brooks scored 18 points to lead Morgan State past Liberty, 81-69, in a BracketBuster matchup Saturday at Hill Field House. Dewayne Jackson and Justin Black each added 15 points off the bench for Morgan State (6-18) which halted a six-game losing streak. Jesse Sanders led Liberty (12-17) with 21 points. Colgate 59, Navy 57: Mitch Rolls hit a double-clutching 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds left to lift the visiting Raiders (8-19, 2-10 Patriot League) over the Midshipmen (3-23, 0-12)
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March 5, 1994
The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference is holding its men's and women's basketball tournaments in Baltimore next week. Play begins 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Morgan State's Hill Field House with four women's quarterfinal games and the men's play-in game.On Friday, the top-seeded Coppin State men will play at 1:30 p.m. at Hill Field House against the winner of the play-in game, followed by the other three men's quarterfinal games.The semifinals will be Saturday at Hill Field House -- the women at noon and 2 p.m. and the men at 4:30 and 7:30.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2003
City basketball fans won't have to worry about being turned away at the door when the No. 1 Douglass and No. 2 Dunbar boys tip off next month. That game and several others, including the Baltimore City boys and girls championships, are on the verge of moving to Morgan State's Hill Field House. "It's a done deal on our end," said Joseph McIver, Morgan State sports information director. "It's just a matter of whether they're going to give it to us or not, but it looks like it's going to happen."
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By Matt Vensel | September 22, 2011
If you missed out on the Melo League All-Stars when they played the Washington-based Goodman League All-Stars at Morgan State University's Hill Field House last month, you now have a chance to watch Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, Chris Paul and others play a glorified streetball game on Sunday night. Well, that's assuming you have a computer, and since you're reading this now, that's probably a safe assumption. The Melo League All-Stars will play Team Philly, which is led by Tyreke Evans and Hakim Warrick, in a game that's being billed as the "Battle of I-95.
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By Ken Murray and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 24, 2011
Morgan State suffered through atrocious foul shooting (7-for-19), unforced turnovers (17 in all) and a 14-point second half Wednesday, but the Bears still managed to pull out a 42-39 victory over Delaware State at Hill Field House on Wednesday night. The victory, on Senior Night, moved Morgan (10-3) within a half-game of first-place Bethune-Cookman (11-3) in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference with three games to play. It was the Bears' fifth straight win in February and the 100th of the Todd Bozeman era at Morgan.
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By Kristian Pope and Kristian Pope,Special To The Sun | March 2, 2008
DOVER, Del. -- While Morgan State has played well at Hill Field House this season, take away the creature comforts and any team can lose its winning mojo. What has really separated the Bears from the pack in this second season under coach Todd Bozeman is getting victories on the road. So perhaps it's fitting that an unfamiliar landscape surrounded Morgan State in reaching one of the biggest wins in team history yesterday. Playing before an increasingly boisterous crowd at Memorial Hall, the Bears ground out a slow, 39-36 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory over Delaware State.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | March 4, 2010
Ever quick with the needle but always on the mark, Todd Bozeman called down to Reggie Holmes from an upper-deck seat in a virtually empty Hill Field House this week. "Hey, Reggie, he wants to know if I recruited you at Home Depot," the Morgan State coach cackles. As usual, there is some truth - but more exaggeration - to Bozeman's jibe. Holmes shrugs and smiles, knowing his Morgan State coach is having fun. These are, indeed, fun times at Morgan State, where the unlikely tandem of Bozeman and Holmes has highlighted a four-year overhaul of the men's basketball program.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2012
The drama surrounding the Morgan State men's basketball team was on the court Saturday at Hill Field House. A week filled with closed-door meetings and private discussions on the suspension of Bears coach Todd Bozeman ended with Morgan State blowing a 17-point lead in the final 81/2 minutes of regulation against Norfolk State, then going two overtimes before succumbing to the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference front-runner, 90-89. Senior forward Aric Brooks (St. Frances) made a pair of free throws with 26.7seconds left in regulation to force the first overtime, and three straight free throws with 1.4 seconds left in that period to send it to a second.
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By Matt Vensel | September 22, 2011
If you missed out on the Melo League All-Stars when they played the Washington-based Goodman League All-Stars at Morgan State University's Hill Field House last month, you now have a chance to watch Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, Chris Paul and others play a glorified streetball game on Sunday night. Well, that's assuming you have a computer, and since you're reading this now, that's probably a safe assumption. The Melo League All-Stars will play Team Philly, which is led by Tyreke Evans and Hakim Warrick, in a game that's being billed as the "Battle of I-95.
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By Ken Murray and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 24, 2011
Morgan State suffered through atrocious foul shooting (7-for-19), unforced turnovers (17 in all) and a 14-point second half Wednesday, but the Bears still managed to pull out a 42-39 victory over Delaware State at Hill Field House on Wednesday night. The victory, on Senior Night, moved Morgan (10-3) within a half-game of first-place Bethune-Cookman (11-3) in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference with three games to play. It was the Bears' fifth straight win in February and the 100th of the Todd Bozeman era at Morgan.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2010
Before Monday night, it had been eight years since the Loyola men's basketball team traveled the two miles across Cold Spring Lane to play at Morgan State. The Greyhounds had also won five consecutive games in the series since 1979. Loyola continued that streak with a physical 73-67 victory, spoiling the Bears' home opener before an announced 2,708. Loyola's win was also impressive because the Bears are 35-7 at Hill Field House under fifth-year coach Todd Bozeman. Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos was just happy to get a road victory over a team that played in the past two NCAA tournaments.
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By Ken Murray and ken.murray@baltsun.com | March 4, 2010
Reggie Holmes, the hometown hero who helped restore Morgan State basketball to prominence, had the best of farewells at Hill Field House on Thursday night. Playing before a packed house in his final home game, Holmes broke Marvin Webster's all-time scoring record at Morgan with a 36-point effort and a 74-54 victory over Coppin State. The Bears finished the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular season with a 15-1 record and their third straight title. They go into next week's MEAC tournament as the prohibitive favorite and No. 1 seed.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | March 4, 2010
Ever quick with the needle but always on the mark, Todd Bozeman called down to Reggie Holmes from an upper-deck seat in a virtually empty Hill Field House this week. "Hey, Reggie, he wants to know if I recruited you at Home Depot," the Morgan State coach cackles. As usual, there is some truth - but more exaggeration - to Bozeman's jibe. Holmes shrugs and smiles, knowing his Morgan State coach is having fun. These are, indeed, fun times at Morgan State, where the unlikely tandem of Bozeman and Holmes has highlighted a four-year overhaul of the men's basketball program.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | February 16, 2010
South Carolina State punctured Morgan State's aura of invincibility at Hill Field House on Monday night and dealt the Bears their first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference loss in nearly a year, 71-68. Led by Jason Flagler's 24 points, the Bulldogs hit 57.1 percent of their shots and held a 12-point lead with 6:39 to play. But Morgan had one final run and narrowly missed pulling off a dramatic comeback when a pair of 3-point shots missed in the final seconds. The Bears battled foul trouble - they lost leading scorer Reggie Holmes and DeWayne Jackson in the final minute - but still got to within 70-68 on a runner by Joe Davis with 21 seconds left.
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By Ken Murray and ken.murray@baltsun.com | February 15, 2010
South Carolina State punctured Morgan State's aura of invincibility at Hill Field House on Monday night and dealt the Bears their first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference loss in nearly a year, 71-68. Led by Jason Flagler's 24 points, the Bulldogs hit 57.1 percent of their shots and held a 12-point lead with 6:39 to play. But Morgan had one final run and narrowly missed pulling off a dramatic comeback when a pair of 3-point shots missed in the final seconds. The Bears battled foul trouble -- they lost leading scorer Reggie Holmes and DeWayne Jackson in the final minute -- but still got to within 70-68 on a runner by Joe Davis with 21 seconds left.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | February 16, 2010
South Carolina State punctured Morgan State's aura of invincibility at Hill Field House on Monday night and dealt the Bears their first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference loss in nearly a year, 71-68. Led by Jason Flagler's 24 points, the Bulldogs hit 57.1 percent of their shots and held a 12-point lead with 6:39 to play. But Morgan had one final run and narrowly missed pulling off a dramatic comeback when a pair of 3-point shots missed in the final seconds. The Bears battled foul trouble - they lost leading scorer Reggie Holmes and DeWayne Jackson in the final minute - but still got to within 70-68 on a runner by Joe Davis with 21 seconds left.
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By Ken Murray and ken.murray@baltsun.com | February 15, 2010
South Carolina State punctured Morgan State's aura of invincibility at Hill Field House on Monday night and dealt the Bears their first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference loss in nearly a year, 71-68. Led by Jason Flagler's 24 points, the Bulldogs hit 57.1 percent of their shots and held a 12-point lead with 6:39 to play. But Morgan had one final run and narrowly missed pulling off a dramatic comeback when a pair of 3-point shots missed in the final seconds. The Bears battled foul trouble -- they lost leading scorer Reggie Holmes and DeWayne Jackson in the final minute -- but still got to within 70-68 on a runner by Joe Davis with 21 seconds left.
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