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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2012
The production-by-committee approach that worked so well in the first half for the Maryland men's lacrosse team evolved into a one-man show in the second half. Senior attackman Joe Cummings scored two goals and assisted on another in the third quarter to help the No. 8 Terps pull away from host Georgetown and cruise to a 16-11 victory Friday night at Multi-Sport Field . Cummings, who finished with a career-best five points on three goals and two assists, played a significant role in the third quarter during which he had a hand in three of the team's four goals in that period.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
The day after Maryland's 11-8 loss to North Carolina on Saturday, Mike Chanenchuk called a meeting. The senior midfielder refused to wallow in the disappointment of the setback, which removed the men's lacrosse team from the No. 1 ranking. In the session, Chanenchuk and his teammates on offense discussed their strengths and shortcomings and then held an informal practice without any prompting from the coaches. "We usually get together on off days like Sunday," said Chanenchuk (CHAN-en-chuck)
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By STEFEN LOVELACE | May 28, 2008
The Loyola boys lacrosse team won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title last season and the Dons were looking to repeat as champions this year. It looked as if injuries would derail their chance, but their players stepped up all season -- including senior attackman and captain Joe Cummings -- and the team became the first since Gilman in 1994 and 1995 to win back-to-back A Conference titles. Cummings, a Maryland-bound senior, had a knack for scoring and formed a formidable one-two punch with Virginia-bound attackman Steele Stanwick.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Fairfield will announce intentions to join the Colonial Athletic Association as an affiliate member in men's lacrosse for the 2015 season, sources said. On June 4, Fairfield athletic director Gene Doris issued a statement saying that the Stags would explore their options for a new conference for men's lacrosse. “Fairfield is committed to continuing that ascent and will explore all options available to secure our place amongst the upper tier of Division I lacrosse,” Doris said in the statement.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | May 2, 2007
The Loyola lacrosse team lost two of its first three games this season, but the Dons didn't lose perspective. "Obviously, no one wants to start the season 1-2," senior midfielder Tim Donovan said after a season-opening rout of Penn Charter was followed by narrow losses to Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference rivals McDonogh and Boys' Latin.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2012
NCAA men's Division I final (at Gillette Stadium) Maryland vs. No. 1 seed Loyola Time: 1 p.m. Maryland Terrapins Record: 12-5 Coach: John Tillman Coach's record: 45-29 Leading scorer: Senior attackman Joe Cummings (31 goals, 18 assists) Goalie: Sophomore Niko Amato (7.41 goals-against average, .544 save percentage) Loyola Greyhounds Record: 17-1 Coach: Charley Toomey Coach's record: 62-37 Leading scorer: Senior attackman Eric Lusby (50 goals, 17 assists)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 17, 2011
No. 8 Maryland (4-1) Coming up: Vs. UMBC, tonight, 8 p.m., Byrd Stadium; Vs. St. Joseph's, Sunday, 1 p.m., Byrd Stadium. Comment: The Terps won't duplicate last year's 6-0 start, but five wins in the first six games is a nice consolation prize. If senior attackman Travis Reed can't play because of the shoulder injury he suffered last Saturday against Towson, could junior Joe Cummings or freshman Sean McGuire fill the void? No. 14 Johns Hopkins (5-1) Coming up: At Syracuse, Saturday, 6 p.m. Comment: The Blue Jays may lead the overall series, 26-21-1, but the Orange has won the past four meetings and five of the past six. Senior Matt Dolente is tied for third in Division I with a .704 faceoff percentage.
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By Stefen Lovelace and Stefen Lovelace,Sun Reporter | April 30, 2008
One-goal games are some of the most exciting high school lacrosse has to offer. They normally feature two evenly matched teams, with either one capable of victory. Except in No. 2 Loyola's case. In one-goal contests, the Dons always seem to come away with the victory, and yesterday was no exception, as they defeated No. 5 McDonogh, 6-5, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game. "They're not the games you typically want to play, but I guess it shows a lot about us," attackman Steele Stanwick said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun reporter | May 5, 2007
Steele Stanwick didn't eat what you might consider to be a healthy breakfast yesterday. "All I ate this morning was one Pop-Tart and water," the Loyola junior attackman said. "I didn't even have time for lunch because I was studying for a math test, so I was hungry all day long." Stanwick's appetite for points was the demise yesterday of No. 2 St. Paul's, against whom he scored two goals and assisted on four others in a come-from-behind, 9-6 victory that was the host Dons' 10th straight.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2012
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - It's April, so it is time for Duke's men's lacrosse team to start its annual march toward the NCAA championship. The Blue Devils, behind stellar defense and three goals effort from sophomore attackman Josh Dionne, won their ninth straight game Friday, beating Maryland 6-5 in the ACC semifinalsat Klockner Stadium. The fourth-seeded Terps (7-3) had two good scoring opportunities in the last 13 seconds, but Duke goalie Dan Wigrizer saved both as time expired.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2012
Loyola, a team that was so overlooked in the preseason that it went unranked in several publications, and Maryland, a squad that was unceremoniously dropped to the ranks of the unseeded after dropping its regular-season finale to Colgate, will tangle Monday at Gillette Stadium here for the national championship. And players from both sides are using any and every slight as motivation. "We've been playing with a chip on our shoulder all season," junior short-stick defensive midfielder Josh Hawkins said during the top-seeded Greyhounds' news conference Sunday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2012
NCAA men's Division I final (at Gillette Stadium) Maryland vs. No. 1 seed Loyola Time: 1 p.m. Maryland Terrapins Record: 12-5 Coach: John Tillman Coach's record: 45-29 Leading scorer: Senior attackman Joe Cummings (31 goals, 18 assists) Goalie: Sophomore Niko Amato (7.41 goals-against average, .544 save percentage) Loyola Greyhounds Record: 17-1 Coach: Charley Toomey Coach's record: 62-37 Leading scorer: Senior attackman Eric Lusby (50 goals, 17 assists)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2012
- Monday's NCAA tournament final will be an all-Maryland affair. The Maryland men's lacrosse team punched its ticket to the national title game with a 16-10 thumping of No. 3 seed Duke on Saturday evening before an announced 31,774 at Gillette Stadium. The Terps, who advanced to the tournament final as an unseeded team for the second consecutive season, will meet No. 1 seed Loyola at 1 p.m. Monday. The Greyhounds (17-1) outlasted No. 4 seed Notre Dame, 7-5, earlier in the day. Monday's title game will feature two teams from Maryland for the first time since 1979 when Johns Hopkins defeated the Terps, 15-9.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2012
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - It's April, so it is time for Duke's men's lacrosse team to start its annual march toward the NCAA championship. The Blue Devils, behind stellar defense and three goals effort from sophomore attackman Josh Dionne, won their ninth straight game Friday, beating Maryland 6-5 in the ACC semifinalsat Klockner Stadium. The fourth-seeded Terps (7-3) had two good scoring opportunities in the last 13 seconds, but Duke goalie Dan Wigrizer saved both as time expired.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2012
COLLEGE PARK - The Navy men's lacrosse team has built a tradition on a sturdy defense, but that legacy probably didn't require playing as much defense as the Midshipmen had to Friday night. No. 11 Maryland was overpowering in several offensive categories, cruise to a 13-6 victory over the No. 17 Mids before an announced 5,022 at Byrd Stadium. Terps senior attackman Joe Cummings led all scorers with three goals and two assists, and junior attackmen Owen Blye and Bill Gribbin and senior midfielder Drew Snider each added two goals to help the Terps improve to 6-3 and snap a two-game losing streak.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2012
The production-by-committee approach that worked so well in the first half for the Maryland men's lacrosse team evolved into a one-man show in the second half. Senior attackman Joe Cummings scored two goals and assisted on another in the third quarter to help the No. 8 Terps pull away from host Georgetown and cruise to a 16-11 victory Friday night at Multi-Sport Field . Cummings, who finished with a career-best five points on three goals and two assists, played a significant role in the third quarter during which he had a hand in three of the team's four goals in that period.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2012
- Monday's NCAA tournament final will be an all-Maryland affair. The Maryland men's lacrosse team punched its ticket to the national title game with a 16-10 thumping of No. 3 seed Duke on Saturday evening before an announced 31,774 at Gillette Stadium. The Terps, who advanced to the tournament final as an unseeded team for the second consecutive season, will meet No. 1 seed Loyola at 1 p.m. Monday. The Greyhounds (17-1) outlasted No. 4 seed Notre Dame, 7-5, earlier in the day. Monday's title game will feature two teams from Maryland for the first time since 1979 when Johns Hopkins defeated the Terps, 15-9.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2011
No. 7 seed Virginia vs. No. 6 seed Denver Saturday, 4 p.m. VIRGINIA (11-5) Coach: Dom Starsia Leading scorer: Junior attackman Steele Stanwick (29 goals, 35 assists) Goalie: Senior Adam Ghitelman (9.81 goals-against average, .532 save percentage) DENVER (15-2) Coach: Bill Tierney Leading scorer: Junior attackman Mark Matthews (45 goals, 24 assists) Goalie: Freshman Jamie Faus (8.22 GAA, .570 save percentage) When Virginia has the ball: With the dismissal of senior midfielder Shamel Bratton and the continued suspension of senior midfielder Rhamel Bratton, the ball goes through Stanwick's stick.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2011
No. 7 seed Virginia vs. No. 6 seed Denver Saturday, 4 p.m. VIRGINIA (11-5) Coach: Dom Starsia Leading scorer: Junior attackman Steele Stanwick (29 goals, 35 assists) Goalie: Senior Adam Ghitelman (9.81 goals-against average, .532 save percentage) DENVER (15-2) Coach: Bill Tierney Leading scorer: Junior attackman Mark Matthews (45 goals, 24 assists) Goalie: Freshman Jamie Faus (8.22 GAA, .570 save percentage) When Virginia has the ball: With the dismissal of senior midfielder Shamel Bratton and the continued suspension of senior midfielder Rhamel Bratton, the ball goes through Stanwick's stick.
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By Katherine Dunn and Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2011
Maryland senior attackman Grant Catalino and junior midfielder Joe Cummings are expected to play without any reservations against top-seeded Syracuse in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals on Sunday. Cummings, who missed the team's regular-season finale against Colgate due to an injured right arm, did not start against the Tar Heels, but he did score a goal. Terps coach John Tillman said Cummings could return to the starting lineup at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., but there's also a chance that the first midfield of juniors Jake Bernhardt and Drew Snider and sophomore John Haus could remain together.
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