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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | April 9, 1995
Chris Turner, a Fallston resident, is the son of a former lacrosse all-star, and Scott Hochstadt, of Columbia, the son of a collegiate All-American.Together, driven by the legacy of their fathers, they're a potent force for top-ranked Boys' Latin (9-0, 4-0).Lakers coach Bob Shriver likens Turner to his father, Charlie "Chooch" Turner, an aggressive attackman and faceoff specialist for Severn in the late 1960s who led the Admirals to a Maryland Scholastic Association crown."He's a great feeder, and a smart, heady, intelligent player, very similar to the way his father was," said Shriver, a 1969 Boys' Latin graduate who played against "Chooch" Turner.
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By Bill Free | April 26, 2002
No. 13 Yale (9-3) at No. 9 Maryland (7-4) Site: Byrd Stadium, College Park Time: 7 p.m. Outlook: Maryland can't impress the NCAA tournament selection committee with wins tonight or May 4 against UMBC. So it appears all the Terps can do is say goodbye to the nine seniors in their last home game, and then play out the string. The seniors who have compiled a 40-17 record in four years are the four captains - Andy Burman, Mike LaMonica, Mike Morsell and Nate Watkins - and Brian Carroll, Craig Hochstadt, Rob Huffman, Carrington King and Alex Poole.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
DURHAM, N.C. -- Scott Hochstadt scored four goals on four shots and Frank Radin added a career-bestfour goals as No. 3 Maryland defeated No. 7 Duke, 15-9, yesterday at Duke Lacrosse Stadium in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both schools.The Terps avenged two losses to the Blue Devils a year ago and lead the all-time series, 47-7. Kevin Healy also proved key in his third career start, stopping a career-high 22 shots for Maryland.Radin opened the scoring in the game's first two minutes and after the Blue Devils (0-1)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 14, 2000
With the worst shooting slump of his life behind him, the old man has pronounced himself ready for the final run of his collegiate career. Brian Zeller, 22, Maryland's fifth-year senior midfielder, welcomes the jokes about his hair loss. Terps coach Dick Edell does not hesitate to oblige the former Loyola High standout on matters of the pate. But Edell and Zeller were not laughing about a scoring drought that had begun to wipe the customary smile off of Zeller's face and drain the confidence from one of Maryland's more potent weapons.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- Just as Maryland thought it would be the next millennium, at the soonest, before it again beat North Carolina in lacrosse, onto the scene strode Scott Hochstadt.The sophomore attackman out of Boys' Latin scored the last three goals of the game, including the winner 1: 59 into overtime, to lead No. 5 Maryland to a 13-12 victory over No. 10 North Carolina yesterday before 1,966 at Byrd Stadium."I remember when I was a young man," said Terps coach Dick Edell, now 53, "we used to win every other game or so from North Carolina."
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 21, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- The Maryland-Cornell game has become a forum for Scott Hochstadt and Brian Zeller.The two combined for eight points in last season's win over the Big Red and yesterday they had three goals apiece as the sixth-ranked Terps defeated Cornell, 11-6, before a crowd of 3,538 at Byrd Stadium.It was Maryland's seventh consecutive win over Cornell and second straight game in which its offense has rediscovered its two best shooters. Hochstadt and Zeller have combined for 14 of Maryland's last 30 goals.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 15, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- Upset-minded Cornell came to Byrd Stadium yesterday riding a wave of emotion, having earned first-year coach Dave Pietramala his first collegiate win just three days earlier."
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By Bill Free | April 26, 2002
No. 13 Yale (9-3) at No. 9 Maryland (7-4) Site: Byrd Stadium, College Park Time: 7 p.m. Outlook: Maryland can't impress the NCAA tournament selection committee with wins tonight or May 4 against UMBC. So it appears all the Terps can do is say goodbye to the nine seniors in their last home game, and then play out the string. The seniors who have compiled a 40-17 record in four years are the four captains - Andy Burman, Mike LaMonica, Mike Morsell and Nate Watkins - and Brian Carroll, Craig Hochstadt, Rob Huffman, Carrington King and Alex Poole.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 26, 1998
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Even without its top playmaker, Maryland is still one of the toughest lacrosse teams in the nation.While Andrew Whipple nursed a bruised shoulder on the sidelines, fellow attackman Scott Hochstadt had a career-best eight points to lead the second-ranked Terps to a 16-11 victory over Rutgers last night at Yurcak Field.The Terps (11-1) stayed in the running for the No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament and are virtually assured of one of the four first-round byes in the 12-team field.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 20, 1998
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- With 10 years of frustration wiped away with the final buzzer, the Maryland players piled madly onto the field while rain-soaked coach Dick Edell stood quietly off to the side.With his hands on the back of his hips, he stared for a few minutes at the scoreboard, which read: No. 2 Maryland 14, No. 6 Virginia 11. The Terrapins had finally won an Atlantic Coast Conference tournament title."It's very emotional for me," Edell said. "I have a special group of guys who feel that they have been slighted because they haven't had an ACC championship on their resume.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 2, 1999
Tim O'Shea had three goals and three assists to lead top-ranked Loyola over Hobart, 18-10, yesterday in men's lacrosse in Geneva, N.Y.The Greyhounds (11-0) broke from a 2-2 tie with five consecutive goals and led 11-4 at halftime.It was the most goals allowed by Hobart (6-5) this season, while Loyola allowed more than nine goals for just the second time this season.* No. 10 Maryland 9, Yale 4: Scott Hochstadt had a season-high six goals as the visiting Terps (8-4) ended a two-game losing streak.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 21, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- The Maryland-Cornell game has become a forum for Scott Hochstadt and Brian Zeller.The two combined for eight points in last season's win over the Big Red and yesterday they had three goals apiece as the sixth-ranked Terps defeated Cornell, 11-6, before a crowd of 3,538 at Byrd Stadium.It was Maryland's seventh consecutive win over Cornell and second straight game in which its offense has rediscovered its two best shooters. Hochstadt and Zeller have combined for 14 of Maryland's last 30 goals.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 26, 1998
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Even without its top playmaker, Maryland is still one of the toughest lacrosse teams in the nation.While Andrew Whipple nursed a bruised shoulder on the sidelines, fellow attackman Scott Hochstadt had a career-best eight points to lead the second-ranked Terps to a 16-11 victory over Rutgers last night at Yurcak Field.The Terps (11-1) stayed in the running for the No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament and are virtually assured of one of the four first-round byes in the 12-team field.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 20, 1998
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- With 10 years of frustration wiped away with the final buzzer, the Maryland players piled madly onto the field while rain-soaked coach Dick Edell stood quietly off to the side.With his hands on the back of his hips, he stared for a few minutes at the scoreboard, which read: No. 2 Maryland 14, No. 6 Virginia 11. The Terrapins had finally won an Atlantic Coast Conference tournament title."It's very emotional for me," Edell said. "I have a special group of guys who feel that they have been slighted because they haven't had an ACC championship on their resume.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 15, 1998
Boys' Latin began this season searching for an identity after graduating 22 players from last year's unbeaten Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship team.It may have taken a while, but in the waning moments of yesterday's game against No. 2 St. Paul's, the Lakers finally appeared to find one.Said attackman Dan LaMonica: "This is a team that never gives up."Trailing the entire game to that point, the host No. 8 Lakers scored four straight goals in the final 2 minutes, 8 seconds to tie the score in regulation before Chris Edwards' goal with 1: 22 left in the second overtime finished off a dramatic, 12-11 victory.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 15, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- Upset-minded Cornell came to Byrd Stadium yesterday riding a wave of emotion, having earned first-year coach Dave Pietramala his first collegiate win just three days earlier."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 15, 1998
Boys' Latin began this season searching for an identity after graduating 22 players from last year's unbeaten Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship team.It may have taken a while, but in the waning moments of yesterday's game against No. 2 St. Paul's, the Lakers finally appeared to find one.Said attackman Dan LaMonica: "This is a team that never gives up."Trailing the entire game to that point, the host No. 8 Lakers scored four straight goals in the final 2 minutes, 8 seconds to tie the score in regulation before Chris Edwards' goal with 1: 22 left in the second overtime finished off a dramatic, 12-11 victory.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 14, 2000
With the worst shooting slump of his life behind him, the old man has pronounced himself ready for the final run of his collegiate career. Brian Zeller, 22, Maryland's fifth-year senior midfielder, welcomes the jokes about his hair loss. Terps coach Dick Edell does not hesitate to oblige the former Loyola High standout on matters of the pate. But Edell and Zeller were not laughing about a scoring drought that had begun to wipe the customary smile off of Zeller's face and drain the confidence from one of Maryland's more potent weapons.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
DURHAM, N.C. -- Scott Hochstadt scored four goals on four shots and Frank Radin added a career-bestfour goals as No. 3 Maryland defeated No. 7 Duke, 15-9, yesterday at Duke Lacrosse Stadium in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both schools.The Terps avenged two losses to the Blue Devils a year ago and lead the all-time series, 47-7. Kevin Healy also proved key in his third career start, stopping a career-high 22 shots for Maryland.Radin opened the scoring in the game's first two minutes and after the Blue Devils (0-1)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- Just as Maryland thought it would be the next millennium, at the soonest, before it again beat North Carolina in lacrosse, onto the scene strode Scott Hochstadt.The sophomore attackman out of Boys' Latin scored the last three goals of the game, including the winner 1: 59 into overtime, to lead No. 5 Maryland to a 13-12 victory over No. 10 North Carolina yesterday before 1,966 at Byrd Stadium."I remember when I was a young man," said Terps coach Dick Edell, now 53, "we used to win every other game or so from North Carolina."
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