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By Bill Free | September 6, 1991
Maryland Bays coach Gary Hindley said he went into the 1991 season trying to keep all his talented players happy.But in the end, Hindley said yesterday: "I'm not sure if I kept anybody happy. But someone has to be in charge."Even though Hindley didn't win any popularity contests this season, he won a lot of games. The Bays established an American Professional Soccer League record with 19 wins (19-2) and breezed to a first-place finish in the Western Conference with 158 points.The San Francisco Bay Blackhawks, who were the overwhelming preseason choices to win the West, finished a distant second with 124 points and a 17-4 record.
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By Bill Free | September 14, 1991
The torrid summer run by the Maryland Bays through the American Professional Soccer League has turned cool with the weather.Former Baltimore Blast goalkeeper Scoop Stanisic and his Albany Capitals teammates sent shivers through the Bays by winning Game 1 of a best-of-two semifinal series, 2-1, in overtime Sept. 6 in Albany, N.Y.That victory by Albany, in which Stanisic made nine saves, has backed the defending APSL champion Bays into the position of having to beat the Capitals twice tonight at Cedar Lane Park (7:05 p.m.)
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By John W. Stewart | March 20, 1991
The Maryland Bays introduced their new coach, Gary Hindley, and announced the signing of U.S. National Team member Bruce Murray during a news conference at the Columbia Inn yesterday.Hindley, who coached the Orlando Lions of the American Professional Soccer League for the last two seasons, became available when he was left without a team after the Lions merged with Fort Lauderdale last fall.The Bays also are the result of a merger, having absorbed players from the defunct Washington Stars and Washington Diplomats.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | September 13, 1991
Maryland Bays coach Gary Hindley looked into the darknes enveloping the Cedar Lane Park practice field and contemplated life without Jean Harbor."We've never played a game without him," Hindley said. "I can't imagine what that would be like."Tomorrow night he might find out as the defending American Professional Soccer League champion Bays host Albany in Game 2 of the APSL semifinals, 7:05 at Cedar Lane Park.A pulled groin muscle has made him questionable for the game, which the Bays need to win -- in addition to a 30-minute mini-game tiebreaker afterward -- to advance to the championship round.
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By Bill Free | March 15, 1991
The Maryland Bays are expected to name Gary Hindley their head coach Tuesday at a news conference in Columbia.Hindley, who coached the Orlando Lions last year in the American Soccer League, will succeed Pete Caringi, who resigned last month to become head coach at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.Bays owner John Liparini said last night, "I like his [Hindley's] experience and knowledge of the league."Liparini said the Bays were close to coming to an agreement with former Baltimore Blast player Dave MacWilliams a few weeks ago, "but that fell through when Dave decided it was too far for him to commute from Philadelphia."
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By Sandra MvKee and Sandra MvKee,Evening Sun Staff | September 3, 1991
A year ago, soccer insiders said that the Maryland Bays were special, that they were a once-in-a-lifetime team built on mutual respect between longtime coach Pete Caringi and his players.The Bays brought home the American Professional Soccer League championship last season, set a team scoring record and laid claim to the APSL Most Valuable Player in Phillip Gyau.It seemed too good to repeat. But the Bays are more than on their way. This season too, is turning into a once-in-a-lifetime achievement.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | March 15, 1991
If Gary Hindley had bought goldfish, as his friend David MacWilliams had suggested, he wouldn't be having such a hard time moving.As it is, he is making arrangements for his two dogs to stay in Orlando so he can come to Maryland to coach the Bays.Hindley will be introduced as the coach of the American Professional Soccer League champions at a news conference Tuesday."It's a standing joke between David and myself," Hindley said. "In this business, you're going to be moving around a lot, so never get a pet bigger than a goldfish.
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By Jerry Price and Jerry Price,Special to The Sun | July 21, 1991
EWING, N.J. -- He's been back too many times for this to be a homecoming anymore.Now it's nothing different from any other business trip.Gary Hindley, coach of the Maryland Bays, made yet another return to Trenton State College, which he first attended and then coached at for a decade. This time, it was just another American Professional Soccer League game for Hindley, one he didn't want any part of losing.The Bays made Hindley's latest return venture a successful and record-setting one, holding off an aggressive charge from the outmatched Penn-Jersey Spirit for a 4-2 victory before 2,442 at steamy Lions Stadium.
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By Nestor Aparicio | August 2, 1991
This weekend the Maryland Bays (13-2) will attempt to avenge their 3-0 defeat two weeks ago against Albany (9-7) with a home-and-home series beginning tomorrow at 7:35 in Albany, N.Y.In the last game, the Bays fell behind on the Capitals' first shot and never regained their edge as backup goalie Warren Westcoat suffered the loss. Bays coach Gary Hindley said his team played well, but Caps goalie Scoop Stanisic was the difference.Hindley said he hopes to have all three U.S. National team players -- Desmond Armstrong, Jeff Agoos and Bruce Murray -- playing by Sunday's game at Cedar Lane Park (7:05)
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By Bill Free | June 1, 1991
New coach Gary Hindley has been quite a hit in the early going for the Maryland Bays.He has coached the team for five games and won them all, including the 2-0 victory over the Baltimore Blast in an exhibition challenge match for outdoor soccer bragging rights in the state.But Hindley, whose Bays (4-0) will meet the Tampa Bay Rowdies (1-3) tonight at the University of South Florida at 8, said it is too early to get excited about his fast-starting team."Remember, it's where you are on Aug. 24 [the last day of the regular season in the American Professional Soccer League]
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By Bill Free | September 6, 1991
Maryland Bays coach Gary Hindley said he went into the 1991 season trying to keep all his talented players happy.But in the end, Hindley said yesterday: "I'm not sure if I kept anybody happy. But someone has to be in charge."Even though Hindley didn't win any popularity contests this season, he won a lot of games. The Bays established an American Professional Soccer League record with 19 wins (19-2) and breezed to a first-place finish in the Western Conference with 158 points.The San Francisco Bay Blackhawks, who were the overwhelming preseason choices to win the West, finished a distant second with 124 points and a 17-4 record.
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By Sandra MvKee and Sandra MvKee,Evening Sun Staff | September 3, 1991
A year ago, soccer insiders said that the Maryland Bays were special, that they were a once-in-a-lifetime team built on mutual respect between longtime coach Pete Caringi and his players.The Bays brought home the American Professional Soccer League championship last season, set a team scoring record and laid claim to the APSL Most Valuable Player in Phillip Gyau.It seemed too good to repeat. But the Bays are more than on their way. This season too, is turning into a once-in-a-lifetime achievement.
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By Bill Free | August 23, 1991
There have been a few defensive lapses and some problems for coach Gary Hindley in keeping all his talented players happy.But nothing has prevented the Maryland Bays (17-2, 142 points) from rolling to the American Professional Soccer League Western Conference title this season.The Bays and talented forward Jean Harbor have broken several APSL records with two games still remaining in the regular season.Maryland has established regular-season league marks for most wins (17), best home record (11-0)
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | August 9, 1991
All it takes is a quick glance at the American Professional Soccer League standings to put tomorrow's Maryland-San Francisco game at RFK Stadium into perspective.The Bays had trailed the Blackhawks all season, until winning a pair of games last weekend against Albany. Both teams sport impressive 15-2 records -- far and away the best in the league -- but the Bays have pulled 15 points ahead in the standings thanks to a system that rewards offensive firepower. The Bays have scored 43 goals in 17 games.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | August 5, 1991
COLUMBIA -- The Maryland Bays clinched a spot in the American Professional Soccer League playoffs last night and they did it in style.Phillip Gyau, the APSL's Player of the Year last season, unleashed two goals and assisted on another, while goalkeeper Steve Powers shut out Albany for a 5-0 victory."
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By Rick Belz | August 5, 1991
The Maryland Bays clinched an American Professional Soccer League playoff spot with a 5-0 victory over the Albany Capitals last night at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia.The five goals give the Bays 43 for the year, breaking the single-season league record, which they had set last season.The victory was the Bays' 15th of the season, which ties a league record set last season by the Bays, Fort Lauderdale Strikers and San Francisco Bay Blackhawks. The Bays have lost twice.The five goals equaled the Bays' highest output this season.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | March 20, 1991
Training camp opens tomorrow, and the Maryland Bays can't wait."It has been a long winter," said Bays goalkeeper Steve Powers. "You can only look at the films of last season's championship so many times. We're very anxious to get back on the practice field and begin the process of repeating."Having a new coach is going to add some flair. I think everyone is looking forward to the experience."Yesterday the team introduced new coach Gary Hindley and announced the signing of U.S. National Team player Bruce Murray.
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By Bill Free | May 18, 1991
Here today, gone tomorrow.That will be the story throughout the regular season for World Cup veterans Desmond Armstrong and Bruce Murray as they shuffle between the Maryland Bays and the U.S. national team.It's uncertain exactly how many regular-season games Armstrong of Columbia and Murray of Germantown will play for the Bays. Armstrong said last week he would make about four to five games, but Bays coach Gary Hindley said he hoped to have the two World Cup players for 10 games.Hindley said yesterday that Armstrong and Murray would be available for all the playoff games for the defending American Professional Soccer League champion Bays.
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By Dave Rosenbaum and Dave Rosenbaum,Special to The Sun | August 4, 1991
ALBANY, N.Y. -- His team is in first place, which means Maryland Bays coach Gary Hindley can't complain.He can look at last night's 4-3 overtime victory over the Albany Capitals and happily point out that his team got the maximum nine standings points on the road and moved ahead of San Francisco in the American Professional Soccer League's Western Conference. The Bays have 116 points, six more than San Francisco.But then again, Hindley saw at least three defensive breakdowns by his team that led to goals.
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By Nestor Aparicio | August 2, 1991
This weekend the Maryland Bays (13-2) will attempt to avenge their 3-0 defeat two weeks ago against Albany (9-7) with a home-and-home series beginning tomorrow at 7:35 in Albany, N.Y.In the last game, the Bays fell behind on the Capitals' first shot and never regained their edge as backup goalie Warren Westcoat suffered the loss. Bays coach Gary Hindley said his team played well, but Caps goalie Scoop Stanisic was the difference.Hindley said he hopes to have all three U.S. National team players -- Desmond Armstrong, Jeff Agoos and Bruce Murray -- playing by Sunday's game at Cedar Lane Park (7:05)
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