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July 22, 2007
Gary & Margaret McMahon of Ellicott City, MD are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Captain Patrick J. McMahon (USAF) & Jessica L. Collins, daughter of Linda Markegard, Custer, S.D., & Len Collins, Rapid City, S.D. The bride is a graduate of Jacksonville University & is a pilot for Atlantic Southeast Airlines. The groom is a graduate of Loyola High School & Syracuse University & is currently serving in Iraq. Following their April wedding in Rapid City & a honeymoon in Europe, the couple resides in Richmond Hill, Georgia.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
Less than a month after being named Maryland's director of basketball operations, Cliff Warren was promoted Tuesday to an assistant coach position. Warren, 46, replaces Scott Spinelli, who left last month for a similar position at Boston College. To fill the basketball operation job, Maryland hired Nima Omidvar, who spent the past three seasons as the video coordinator at North Carolina State. The addition of Warren gives Mark Turgeon the most experienced assistant he has ever had in his 16-year head coaching career.
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By John W. Stewart | February 27, 1991
A new era begins in College Park today, when Tom Bradley sends out his first University of Maryland baseball team. Bradley, formerly at Jacksonville University, was named head coach last year, succeeding Jack Jackson, who retired after his 30th season.Maryland will open its season against Catholic University at Shipley Field at 3 p.m.Bradley has been working with a squad of 28, headed by six returning field players and six pitchers from a team that went 22-26-1. One statistic he would like to improve was last year's record against Atlantic Coast Conference teams, 2-15, plus two losses in the postseason tournament.
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The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2014
The Maryland men's basketball program has hired former Jacksonville University coach Cliff Warren as its new director of basketball operations. Warren fills the position that was held by Dustin Clark until Clark was elevated to assistant coach in late November. A native of Silver Spring, Warren spent the past nine seasons as head coach at Jacksonville, where he accounted for a program-record 126 wins and Atlantic Sun championships in 2009 and 2010. The school decided not to renew his contract after this past season, Jacksonville's third straight losing season after five consecutive winning years.
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November 15, 2012
A slew of area senior athletes made official college commitments Nov. 14 at their respective schools. Included in the list are Roland Park Country School's Emma Guarino (University of Michigan), Erika Brager (Jacksonville University) and Haley Hauser (Bucknell University). Towson High's Sam Stark (Millersville University), Hannah Hicklen (University of Cinncinatti) and Sara Beach (Michigan) are also among the elite. As are Calvert Hall's Stephen Kelly (University of North Carolina)
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The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2014
The Maryland men's basketball program has hired former Jacksonville University coach Cliff Warren as its new director of basketball operations. Warren fills the position that was held by Dustin Clark until Clark was elevated to assistant coach in late November. A native of Silver Spring, Warren spent the past nine seasons as head coach at Jacksonville, where he accounted for a program-record 126 wins and Atlantic Sun championships in 2009 and 2010. The school decided not to renew his contract after this past season, Jacksonville's third straight losing season after five consecutive winning years.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
Less than a month after being named Maryland's director of basketball operations, Cliff Warren was promoted Tuesday to an assistant coach position. Warren, 46, replaces Scott Spinelli, who left last month for a similar position at Boston College. To fill the basketball operation job, Maryland hired Nima Omidvar, who spent the past three seasons as the video coordinator at North Carolina State. The addition of Warren gives Mark Turgeon the most experienced assistant he has ever had in his 16-year head coaching career.
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August 15, 1998
BaseballCubs: Sent OF Pedro Valdes to Triple-A Iowa on a rehabilitation ** assignment.Indians: Optioned IF Enrique Wilson to Triple-A Buffalo.Padres: Recalled OF James Mouton from Triple-A Las Vegas.CollegeJacksonville State University: Announced Brandon Johnson (Cardinal Gibbons) had been hired as men's assistant basketball coach after he resigned from a similar position at Clayton State.FootballBengals: Re-signed OT Kevin Sargent.HockeyFlyers: Signed C Rod Brind'Amour to a three-year contract.
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By EDWARD LEE | February 13, 2009
No. 3 Maryland (0-0) Coming up: Vs. Presbyterian, today, 2 p.m., Ponte Vedra High, Jacksonville, Fla.; vs. Air Force, tomorrow, noon, Jacksonville University. Comment: The Terps' season begins with an appearance at the Wounded Warrior Project's Face Off for a Cause. Presbyterian is playing its first all-Division I schedule, and Air Force went 3-9 last season. No. 6 UMBC (0-0) Coming up: At Delaware, tomorrow, 1 p.m. Comment: The Retrievers have dropped the past three meetings against the Blue Hens and nine of the past 12. A Ryan Smith and M Peet Poillon power a high-octane UMBC offense, but Delaware sophomore G Noah Fossner shined in a scrimmage against Maryland a few weeks ago. No. 10 Navy (1-0)
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May 2, 1997
BaseballAL: Named Mariners CF Ken Griffey, who set major-league record for home runs in April with 13, Player of the Month. Named Yankees' Andy Pettitte (5-0, 2.32 ERA) Pitcher of the Month.Expos: Optioned 3B Shane Andrews to Triple-A Ottawa.Mets: Purchased the contract of P Takashi Kashiwada from Triple-A Norfolk. Designated P Brian Bohanon for assignment.Padres: Placed IF Scott Livingstone (strained right elbow) on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 29. Purchased contract of IF Terry Shumpert from Triple-A Las Vegas.
EXPLORE
November 15, 2012
A slew of area senior athletes made official college commitments Nov. 14 at their respective schools. Included in the list are Roland Park Country School's Emma Guarino (University of Michigan), Erika Brager (Jacksonville University) and Haley Hauser (Bucknell University). Towson High's Sam Stark (Millersville University), Hannah Hicklen (University of Cinncinatti) and Sara Beach (Michigan) are also among the elite. As are Calvert Hall's Stephen Kelly (University of North Carolina)
NEWS
July 22, 2007
Gary & Margaret McMahon of Ellicott City, MD are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Captain Patrick J. McMahon (USAF) & Jessica L. Collins, daughter of Linda Markegard, Custer, S.D., & Len Collins, Rapid City, S.D. The bride is a graduate of Jacksonville University & is a pilot for Atlantic Southeast Airlines. The groom is a graduate of Loyola High School & Syracuse University & is currently serving in Iraq. Following their April wedding in Rapid City & a honeymoon in Europe, the couple resides in Richmond Hill, Georgia.
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By John W. Stewart | February 27, 1991
A new era begins in College Park today, when Tom Bradley sends out his first University of Maryland baseball team. Bradley, formerly at Jacksonville University, was named head coach last year, succeeding Jack Jackson, who retired after his 30th season.Maryland will open its season against Catholic University at Shipley Field at 3 p.m.Bradley has been working with a squad of 28, headed by six returning field players and six pitchers from a team that went 22-26-1. One statistic he would like to improve was last year's record against Atlantic Coast Conference teams, 2-15, plus two losses in the postseason tournament.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2013
To the vast majority of the world, it was just another intramural soccer game, played on a Friday afternoon before a meager crowd at Towson University. Unless you'd followed the fortunes of the Towson men's soccer program, the names Grundei, Toribio and Mensah wouldn't have meant much. You'd have missed the mixture of joy and sorrow in their meeting for the university's intramural championship. You see, these players thought they'd spend this fall striving for an NCAA tournament berth, just like their peers at Maryland, Navy and UMBC, who will play in second-round games Sunday.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1997
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Fred Funk had no problem dissecting his poor play in the first two rounds of The Players Championship.Funk, who made a living as the Maryland Terrapins coach from 1982-88, led the PGA Tour in driving accuracy the past two years, when he collected more than $1.5 million in earnings.He didn't win any prizes in the first two rounds at the Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass, when he hit only 19 of 28 fairways. He found 13 of 14 yesterday, when a 68 moved him from 2-over to 2-under.
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