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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1997
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The attachments to Jason Rowe's crib included a Nerf basket.His career in organized basketball began at the age of 8 -- in an under-13 league.On the surface, Rowe's precociousness carried over to Loyola College, but underneath the smooth numbers he has put up for the Greyhounds was an awfully rocky adjustment to his freshman year. There was too much to learn, too many roster changes, and, worst of all, too many losses."I was pretty depressed," Rowe said of Loyola's 2-10 start.
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March 7, 2003
On March 6, 2003, GERTRUDE E. FISHER, beloved wife of Earl R. Fisher, Sr., devoted mother of Nancy Katsikides, Doris McQuay, Earl R. Fisher, Jr. and Gail Rowe, cherished grandmother of Richard and Eric Grace, Nicole Hamilton, Lisa Katsikides, Deana and Donna McQuay, Jerry Rowe, Jr., Jason Rowe, Sr. and Jesse Rowe, loving great grandmother of Caitlin, Alexandra, Bethaney, Jacob, Kayla, Vincent, Lydia, Josh, Jason Jr., Andrew and Samantha, caring sister of...
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February 11, 1997
Loyola (8-12) at Rutgers (9-10)Site: Louis Brown Center, New Brunswick, N.J.Time: 7: 30Radio: WWLG (1360 AM)Outlook: This nonconference game marks the return of Loyola coach Brian Ellerbe to Rutgers, where he was a four-year starter and spent the 1985-86 season as a graduate assistant. The Greyhounds' four-game winning streak ended Sunday with a 98-88 loss at Iona. Freshman G Jason Rowe (13.0 ppg, 4.1 apg), the only Loyola player to start every game, scored a career-high 27 points and tied the school record with six three-pointers.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Loyola College's basketball team shocked Siena College last night with a gutty performance under adversity, dealing the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference-leading Saints a 71-63 loss before a crowd of 1,200 at Reitz Arena. Amid speculation that Loyola's standout senior point guard Jason Rowe is through for the season due to academic policy violations, the patient but intense Greyhounds overcame a relentless full-court press by Siena for the victory. Loyola sophomore point guard Damien Jenifer made almost all the right decisions against the pressure of Siena (12-5, 6-1 MAAC)
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March 7, 2003
On March 6, 2003, GERTRUDE E. FISHER, beloved wife of Earl R. Fisher, Sr., devoted mother of Nancy Katsikides, Doris McQuay, Earl R. Fisher, Jr. and Gail Rowe, cherished grandmother of Richard and Eric Grace, Nicole Hamilton, Lisa Katsikides, Deana and Donna McQuay, Jerry Rowe, Jr., Jason Rowe, Sr. and Jesse Rowe, loving great grandmother of Caitlin, Alexandra, Bethaney, Jacob, Kayla, Vincent, Lydia, Josh, Jason Jr., Andrew and Samantha, caring sister of...
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By Christian Ewell | November 13, 1998
Coach: Dino Gaudio, second season at Loyola (12-16), sixth overall (48-88).Affiliation: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.1997-98 record: 12-16 overall, 9-9 in MAAC.Radio: WKDB (1570 AM)Arena: Reitz Arena (3,000).Starters lost: One.Tickets: $8 reserved, $5 general admission ($12 and $8 for Virginia game). Call 410-481-SEAT or 800-551-SEAT.Best home game: Virginia, Dec. 30. The Cavaliers' program is down, but ACC schools don't come to Baltimore often.Best visiting player: Kashif Hameed, Iona, Jan. 13. Last season's MAAC Player of the Year, a 6-foot-8 power forward, averaged 15.3 points and 6.2 rebounds.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1999
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Jason Rowe made good on his promise not to let the Loyola men's basketball team down.And, with a big lift from freshman Clifford Strong, the Buffalo-born Rowe carried the Greyhounds to a hard-fought 75-72 victory over Fairfield yesterday in the qualifying round of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament.After a disastrous performance in Loyola's lopsided loss to Niagara in the finale at Baltimore, Rowe vowed to his teammates that things would be different in the tournament for an up-and-down Greyhounds team that finished the regular season on a low note.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Loyola College's basketball team shocked Siena College last night with a gutty performance under adversity, dealing the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference-leading Saints a 71-63 loss before a crowd of 1,200 at Reitz Arena. Amid speculation that Loyola's standout senior point guard Jason Rowe is through for the season due to academic policy violations, the patient but intense Greyhounds overcame a relentless full-court press by Siena for the victory. Loyola sophomore point guard Damien Jenifer made almost all the right decisions against the pressure of Siena (12-5, 6-1 MAAC)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 6, 1999
Blanchard Hurd and Jason Rowe are entirely different players on the basketball court for Loyola.Hurd is the workhorse and Rowe is the showman, but the two seniors have bonded together this season for a final run at a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship ring."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 25, 1997
Before Towson University stepped onto the floor to play Michigan four weeks ago before an overflow crowd at the Towson Center, team leader and scoring standout Ralph Biggs said, "Win or lose, we can't let Michigan ruin our season."Biggs understood that the Tigers would be sky-high mentally and emotionally for the Wolverines and would have trouble coming down to earth for the remaining 24 games on their schedule.Biggs' worst fears are coming true.After nearly taking Michigan to overtime before losing, 75-72, Towson (2-7)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 6, 1999
Blanchard Hurd and Jason Rowe are entirely different players on the basketball court for Loyola.Hurd is the workhorse and Rowe is the showman, but the two seniors have bonded together this season for a final run at a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship ring."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1999
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Jason Rowe made good on his promise not to let the Loyola men's basketball team down.And, with a big lift from freshman Clifford Strong, the Buffalo-born Rowe carried the Greyhounds to a hard-fought 75-72 victory over Fairfield yesterday in the qualifying round of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament.After a disastrous performance in Loyola's lopsided loss to Niagara in the finale at Baltimore, Rowe vowed to his teammates that things would be different in the tournament for an up-and-down Greyhounds team that finished the regular season on a low note.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN STAFF | February 26, 1999
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The good news for Jason Rowe, Loyola's talented point guard, is that he has come home to help launch the Greyhounds' bid for a spot in the NCAA tournament.The bad news is that he has never been on a team that has won at the site of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament and is coming off one of his poorest performances of the season."There will be a section full of family and friends watching," said Rowe, a Buffalo native. "It's a great feeling to do something special in your hometown.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 22, 1999
Loyola College suffered another indignity last night during a winless slide to the bottom of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference basketball standings.Many of the Greyhounds' fans got up and paraded out of Reitz Arena in the final two minutes of the game while their team was still in the fight against Siena College before losing to the Saints, 86-78.The surprising exodus obviously didn't help Loyola's comeback hopes down the stretch, and the home team fell to 0-8 in the MAAC and 5-10 overall with its seventh straight loss.
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By Christian Ewell | November 13, 1998
Coach: Dino Gaudio, second season at Loyola (12-16), sixth overall (48-88).Affiliation: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.1997-98 record: 12-16 overall, 9-9 in MAAC.Radio: WKDB (1570 AM)Arena: Reitz Arena (3,000).Starters lost: One.Tickets: $8 reserved, $5 general admission ($12 and $8 for Virginia game). Call 410-481-SEAT or 800-551-SEAT.Best home game: Virginia, Dec. 30. The Cavaliers' program is down, but ACC schools don't come to Baltimore often.Best visiting player: Kashif Hameed, Iona, Jan. 13. Last season's MAAC Player of the Year, a 6-foot-8 power forward, averaged 15.3 points and 6.2 rebounds.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 5, 1998
The numbers won't divulge it as being a career game for Jason Rowe. But of this there was little doubt last night at Reitz Arena, all things considered.Whatever it takes to win a basketball game, especially against a team carrying the nation's longest winning streak (15), Rowe did as Loyola knocked off Iona, 91-82.Iona hadn't lost since Dec. 5, in overtime at Manhattan, and stands at 19-4 and 10-2 atop the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Loyola (10-11, 8-5) solidified its hold on second place in the MAAC.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1997
Loyola must love playing from behind. The Greyhounds always seem to take up a position in arrears of the opposition before battling back ferociously.Unfortunately for Loyola, it may be why the team is winless after five starts, the latest a 77-69 loss to Rider in the Broncs' Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference debut last night at Reitz Arena.The Greyhounds expended most of their energy coming back from a 16-point deficit at the start and a 12-point deficit in the second half to have anything left when they got within one point twice in the late going.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 25, 1997
Before Towson University stepped onto the floor to play Michigan four weeks ago before an overflow crowd at the Towson Center, team leader and scoring standout Ralph Biggs said, "Win or lose, we can't let Michigan ruin our season."Biggs understood that the Tigers would be sky-high mentally and emotionally for the Wolverines and would have trouble coming down to earth for the remaining 24 games on their schedule.Biggs' worst fears are coming true.After nearly taking Michigan to overtime before losing, 75-72, Towson (2-7)
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1997
Loyola must love playing from behind. The Greyhounds always seem to take up a position in arrears of the opposition before battling back ferociously.Unfortunately for Loyola, it may be why the team is winless after five starts, the latest a 77-69 loss to Rider in the Broncs' Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference debut last night at Reitz Arena.The Greyhounds expended most of their energy coming back from a 16-point deficit at the start and a 12-point deficit in the second half to have anything left when they got within one point twice in the late going.
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