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March 24, 1991
Head coach: Peter Trau (interim coach for Rob White, who is in military training as part of Operation Desert Storm)Assistants: Mike Burnett and Chris Lamon1990 record: 18-5 (Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference runner-up behind Loyola)Returnees: Seniors, Drew Bauer (def), Spencer Reckner (mid), Matt Long (att), Matt Sarro (mid) and Tim Donegan (mid); juniors, Jason Moran (mid), Jason Wade (att), Milford Marchant(mid), Graydon Ripley (def), Court Durling (g) and Todd Muendel (mid); sophomore Dudley Dixon (att)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1996
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Forget about last year's loss to Duke. Treat it as if it never happened because its impact on the overall picture was minimal.The Atlantic Coast Conference lacrosse tournament has become the personal property of North Carolina. And nobody understands this more than Virginia coach Dom Starsia, whose third-ranked Cavaliers (9-2) will play the fourth-ranked Tar Heels (11-3) in today's championship game at Klockner Stadium."It's going to take a terrific effort for us to sort of wrest control of this ACC tournament away from North Carolina," said Starsia, whose team took the first step by beating top-ranked Maryland, 13-9, Friday night.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Jason Wade was prepared to play without his big brother.It's some other voids in his life that have made for a difficult spring.Wade is a junior midfielder for North Carolina, where, in recent seasons, the premier player was his big brother. Ryan Wade's departure was a factor in the Tar Heels' slip this season, but coping with a so-so record was trivial compared with another loss.Near the start of preseason practice, Kevin Reichardt, who would have been a sophomore midfielder for the Tar Heels, was murdered in a random shooting in Chapel Hill.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 10, 1996
The Loyola Greyhounds had history working in their favor yesterday against visiting North Carolina, but little else.The Tar Heels countered with too much of junior Merrill Turnbull on attack and too many precise passes and shots, and North Carolina overcame an excellent effort by Greyhounds goalie Jim Brown to earn a 12-9 victory before 1,096 chilled spectators at Curley Field.The fifth-ranked Tar Heels (4-0), after feasting on overmatched opponents Radford, Navy and Penn State, reversed some recent misfortune against their first top 10 counterpart.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Special to The Sun | March 27, 1994
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- When looking back at yesterday's lacrosse game against North Carolina, Maryland coach Dick Edell will be thinking about the eight first-half extra-man opportunities.Four that No. 8 North Carolina converted into goals and four that No. 7 Maryland did not as the Tar Heels defeated the Terrapins, 12-7, before 2,000 at Fetzer Field."They hurt a lot," Edell said. "Four for four. So much of playing a man down is heart and desire; we did it in the second half."Trailing 8-2 at halftime, the Terrapins outscored the Tar Heels, 4-1, in the third quarter.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | May 6, 1992
Three weeks ago, the Severn lacrosse team appeared to be going through the motions, waiting for the expected 1-2 finish of St. Paul's and Loyola in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division I race.Even though the Admirals are a senior-dominated team, they didn't figure to have the talent to match up with No. 1 St. Paul's and then No. 2 Loyola.But the now-or-never message being preached by Severn coach Rob White suddenly has gotten through to the 15 seniors, and vTC they're making a charge to the finish line and a possible playoff berth.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff Writer | May 22, 1992
Some of the best male and female lacrosse players in Maryland will display their talents for charity in tonight's 11th annual Lacrosse For Leukemia tournament at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Field.Tickets are available at the gate for $6, with all proceeds going in support of researchers at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Additional money raised at the event will go to a fund to assist leukemia patients with medication and transportation."It's a great way to top off the prep lacrosse season," said John Stewart, who conceived the idea and organized the first Lacrosse for Leukemiatournament in 1982.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | April 29, 1992
A shooting match was the last thing the Severn boys lacrosse team wanted to get into yesterday against top-ranked St. Paul's.But that's exactly what the visiting Admirals found themselves in.So, they bowed to the defending Maryland Scholastic Association AConference champions, 17-14, in an inter-divisional contest that locked up a playoff berth for the victors and all but doused Severn's flicker of postseason hope.The loss dropped the Admirals' conference record to 5-5 and put their postseason fate in the hands of a Loyola squad that owned a two-game lead over them heading into yesterday'saction.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | September 23, 1991
It would have been easy for Severn to look beyond Saturday's opponent, Archbishop Spalding.After all, Spalding hadn't been on the winning end of a football game since October 1988 and had lost its firsttwo games of this season by a combined score of 66-14.But following last week's heartbreaking 27-23 loss to Southern, Severn coach Jim Doyle wasn't about to let his Admirals lose their intensity against their Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference counterparts.Host Severn racked up 520 yards of total offense en route to a 46-14 blowout, improving its overall record to 2-2 (1-0 conference)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1996
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Forget about last year's loss to Duke. Treat it as if it never happened because its impact on the overall picture was minimal.The Atlantic Coast Conference lacrosse tournament has become the personal property of North Carolina. And nobody understands this more than Virginia coach Dom Starsia, whose third-ranked Cavaliers (9-2) will play the fourth-ranked Tar Heels (11-3) in today's championship game at Klockner Stadium."It's going to take a terrific effort for us to sort of wrest control of this ACC tournament away from North Carolina," said Starsia, whose team took the first step by beating top-ranked Maryland, 13-9, Friday night.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Jason Wade was prepared to play without his big brother.It's some other voids in his life that have made for a difficult spring.Wade is a junior midfielder for North Carolina, where, in recent seasons, the premier player was his big brother. Ryan Wade's departure was a factor in the Tar Heels' slip this season, but coping with a so-so record was trivial compared with another loss.Near the start of preseason practice, Kevin Reichardt, who would have been a sophomore midfielder for the Tar Heels, was murdered in a random shooting in Chapel Hill.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Special to The Sun | March 27, 1994
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- When looking back at yesterday's lacrosse game against North Carolina, Maryland coach Dick Edell will be thinking about the eight first-half extra-man opportunities.Four that No. 8 North Carolina converted into goals and four that No. 7 Maryland did not as the Tar Heels defeated the Terrapins, 12-7, before 2,000 at Fetzer Field."They hurt a lot," Edell said. "Four for four. So much of playing a man down is heart and desire; we did it in the second half."Trailing 8-2 at halftime, the Terrapins outscored the Tar Heels, 4-1, in the third quarter.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | March 14, 1993
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Rain or shine, artificial turf or grass, on roller skates in a buffalo herd, the conditions don't matter to the North Carolina lacrosse team.The Tar Heels, No. 1 in The Baltimore Sun rankings, showed off their seasoning, depth and versatility by pounding co-No. 3 Loyola, 17-8, at the Navy AstroTurf Field here. The game was moved from Fetzer Field because of heavy rain that turned to snow as the players shook hands at the end of the only college lacrosse game played east of the Rockies yesterday.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff Writer | May 22, 1992
Some of the best male and female lacrosse players in Maryland will display their talents for charity in tonight's 11th annual Lacrosse For Leukemia tournament at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Field.Tickets are available at the gate for $6, with all proceeds going in support of researchers at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Additional money raised at the event will go to a fund to assist leukemia patients with medication and transportation."It's a great way to top off the prep lacrosse season," said John Stewart, who conceived the idea and organized the first Lacrosse for Leukemiatournament in 1982.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | May 6, 1992
Three weeks ago, the Severn lacrosse team appeared to be going through the motions, waiting for the expected 1-2 finish of St. Paul's and Loyola in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division I race.Even though the Admirals are a senior-dominated team, they didn't figure to have the talent to match up with No. 1 St. Paul's and then No. 2 Loyola.But the now-or-never message being preached by Severn coach Rob White suddenly has gotten through to the 15 seniors, and vTC they're making a charge to the finish line and a possible playoff berth.
NEWS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | April 29, 1992
A shooting match was the last thing the Severn boys lacrosse team wanted to get into yesterday against top-ranked St. Paul's.But that's exactly what the visiting Admirals found themselves in.So, they bowed to the defending Maryland Scholastic Association AConference champions, 17-14, in an inter-divisional contest that locked up a playoff berth for the victors and all but doused Severn's flicker of postseason hope.The loss dropped the Admirals' conference record to 5-5 and put their postseason fate in the hands of a Loyola squad that owned a two-game lead over them heading into yesterday'saction.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 10, 1996
The Loyola Greyhounds had history working in their favor yesterday against visiting North Carolina, but little else.The Tar Heels countered with too much of junior Merrill Turnbull on attack and too many precise passes and shots, and North Carolina overcame an excellent effort by Greyhounds goalie Jim Brown to earn a 12-9 victory before 1,096 chilled spectators at Curley Field.The fifth-ranked Tar Heels (4-0), after feasting on overmatched opponents Radford, Navy and Penn State, reversed some recent misfortune against their first top 10 counterpart.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | October 10, 1991
For private school running backs Joey Conte and Jason Wade, the riseto the upper crust of the county rushing statistics has been a smooth one.But for opposing Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference defenses, their ascension has been anything but harmonious.Wade, a senior at Severn School, is the county's third-leading rusher, with 628 yards on 59 carries, followed by St. Mary's Conte, whohas rushed for the same amount of yards, albeit on 87 tries.Wade, who averages 10.6 yards every time he touches the ball, is second only to Meade's Kenny Walker in the scoring column, having found the end zone on 10 occasions.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | October 10, 1991
For private school running backs Joey Conte and Jason Wade, the riseto the upper crust of the county rushing statistics has been a smooth one.But for opposing Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference defenses, their ascension has been anything but harmonious.Wade, a senior at Severn School, is the county's third-leading rusher, with 628 yards on 59 carries, followed by St. Mary's Conte, whohas rushed for the same amount of yards, albeit on 87 tries.Wade, who averages 10.6 yards every time he touches the ball, is second only to Meade's Kenny Walker in the scoring column, having found the end zone on 10 occasions.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | September 23, 1991
It would have been easy for Severn to look beyond Saturday's opponent, Archbishop Spalding.After all, Spalding hadn't been on the winning end of a football game since October 1988 and had lost its firsttwo games of this season by a combined score of 66-14.But following last week's heartbreaking 27-23 loss to Southern, Severn coach Jim Doyle wasn't about to let his Admirals lose their intensity against their Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference counterparts.Host Severn racked up 520 yards of total offense en route to a 46-14 blowout, improving its overall record to 2-2 (1-0 conference)
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