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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1998
John Fuller and Washington College have watched NCAA Division III lacrosse supremacy barely elude their grasp the past two years.Two overtime losses to Nazareth (N.Y.) College in the championship game at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium tell the tale for the Shoremen.But Fuller, a junior attackman from Boys' Latin, has remained undaunted by the 11-10 and 15-14 setbacks to Nazareth and has come back this season to play inspired lacrosse in spite of a lingering ankle sprain.Fuller has literally limped toward the goal to score on several occasions this season, carrying the Shoremen (13-4)
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By Lane Page and For The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
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May 20, 2011
Here's the burning question of the day regarding the late William Donald Schaefer's will: How did a man who worked in state and local government all his adult life accumulate an estate of almost $2.5 million? John Fuller, Perry Hall
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May 20, 2011
Here's the burning question of the day regarding the late William Donald Schaefer's will: How did a man who worked in state and local government all his adult life accumulate an estate of almost $2.5 million? John Fuller, Perry Hall
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 29, 1996
Jamison Miller (Severna Park) scored three goals and added an assist yesterday, as No. 9 Washington College downed St. Mary's, 9-4, in a Division III men's lacrosse game in Chestertown.John Fuller (Boys' Latin) contributed three goals for the Shoremen (4-3), who have won four of their past five games.The Seahawks fell to 4-4.WomenDelaware 9, Towson State 4: Laura Perry scored three goals and Kirsten McEntee scored twice to lead Delaware (3-3, 2-0) over Towson State (3-4, 2-1) in a North Atlantic Conference game in Newark, Del. Megan Drake had two goals for the Tigers.
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May 26, 1996
Washington College (13-4) vs. Nazareth (14-0)Time: 2 p.m.Site: Byrd Stadium, College Park.Washington College: The No. 6 Shoremen gained the title game by stunning top-ranked Salisbury, 11-10, last week. This is the school's first final appearance since 1990, when the Shoremen lost to Hobart, 18-6. Washington College is winless in five title game matchups. Bart Jaeger, Michael Wilson and John Fuller have accounted for 44 percent of the Shoremen's goals and 43 percent of their total offensive production.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 10, 1999
Peter Janney had four goals and unranked Pennsylvania led from the start as the Quakers stunned 12th-ranked North Carolina, 14-7, yesterday in men's lacrosse in Chapel Hill, N.C.Penn jumped to a 4-1 lead after one quarter before the Tar Heels (2-2) scored consecutive goals to get within 4-3. But the Quakers answered with the next three goals and led 7-4 at halftime.The Quakers broke open the game in the final quarter, getting two goals each from Jeff Zuckerman and Janney as part of a five-goal run that put Penn ahead 14-6 at 11: 24.Washington College 20, Wesley 6: John Fuller had five goals to lead the Shoremen (2-0)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 24, 1997
Junior Ed Caruso scored three goals yesterday as Goucher won the Drew University Tournament championship with a 10-6 win over Tufts in Madison, N.J.Goucher (5-3) outscored Tufts 4-1 in the third period to assume control.Washington College 19, SUNY-Oswego 9: Andy Lopatin led the Shoremen (4-2) with four goals and two assists and John Fuller (Boys' Latin) added three goals and an assist in the home win. Washington College has won four consecutive games.Mount St. Mary's 20, Niagara 3: Freshman Steve Ricker scored five goals, and Roland Miller and Brendan Moag added four each in a road romp.
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By Bill Free | May 24, 1998
Men's Division III finalNazareth (N.Y.) (13-2) vs. Washington College (13-4)Site: Rutgers Stadium, Piscataway, N.J.Time: 1 p.m.Outlook: Washington College is making its eighth appearance in the Division III championship game but is still seeking its first national title. The Shoremen are playing in their third straight Division III title game against Nazareth, losing both previous games in overtime to the Golden Flyers by scores of 11-10 and 15-14 at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium.
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August 21, 2005
Debra Lynn Smith and Robert Addison Hardcastle von Lunz were married July 16, 2005. The wedding ceremony and reception were held at Antrim 1844 in Taneytown, MD. The Very Reverend William Mc Keachie officiated. The bride is the daughter of David and Vivian Smith, of Finksburg, MD. She was attended by Matron of Honor, Stacy Larkin Verner. Her bridesmaids were Agatha Shipley Callahan, Heather Pyzik Marinelli, Melissa Christine, Rebecca Paul and, sisters of the groom, Kristin von Lunz and Brooke von Lunz.
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By Rona Marech and Rona Marech,rona.marech@baltsun.com | September 21, 2008
Some had flags on their lapels and "veteran" stitched on their caps. Others leaned on canes or sat in wheelchairs. As the crowd watched and cameras flashed, they gazed out proudly, shoulders back. For the dozens of men who gathered on the stairway of the Naval Academy's Bancroft Hall rotunda, it had been a long time getting to that moment. Once, they were all in the Navy's messmen branch, which for decades was restricted to African-American and Filipino men. On land and sea, at war and at peace, the sailors dutifully prepared and served food and tended to officers' living quarters.
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August 21, 2005
Debra Lynn Smith and Robert Addison Hardcastle von Lunz were married July 16, 2005. The wedding ceremony and reception were held at Antrim 1844 in Taneytown, MD. The Very Reverend William Mc Keachie officiated. The bride is the daughter of David and Vivian Smith, of Finksburg, MD. She was attended by Matron of Honor, Stacy Larkin Verner. Her bridesmaids were Agatha Shipley Callahan, Heather Pyzik Marinelli, Melissa Christine, Rebecca Paul and, sisters of the groom, Kristin von Lunz and Brooke von Lunz.
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June 1, 1999
Division I First team Attack: John Grant, Delaware; Greg McCavera, Georgetown; Tucker Radebaugh, Virginia; Ryan Powell, Syracuse. Midfield: Mark Frye, Loyola; A.J. Haugen, Johns Hopkins; Jay Jalbert, Virginia; Josh Sims, Princeton. Defense: Ryan Curtis, Virginia; Rob Doerr, Johns Hopkins; Steve Card, Duke. Goal: Mickey Jarboe, Navy. Second team Attack: Matt Cutia, Syracuse; Dan Denihan, Johns Hopkins; Tim O'Shea, Loyola. Midfield: Nick Hartofilis, Duke; Matt O'Kelly, Johns Hopkins; Lorne Smith, Princeton; Todd Vizcarrondo, Loyola.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 10, 1999
Peter Janney had four goals and unranked Pennsylvania led from the start as the Quakers stunned 12th-ranked North Carolina, 14-7, yesterday in men's lacrosse in Chapel Hill, N.C.Penn jumped to a 4-1 lead after one quarter before the Tar Heels (2-2) scored consecutive goals to get within 4-3. But the Quakers answered with the next three goals and led 7-4 at halftime.The Quakers broke open the game in the final quarter, getting two goals each from Jeff Zuckerman and Janney as part of a five-goal run that put Penn ahead 14-6 at 11: 24.Washington College 20, Wesley 6: John Fuller had five goals to lead the Shoremen (2-0)
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By Bill Free | May 24, 1998
Men's Division III finalNazareth (N.Y.) (13-2) vs. Washington College (13-4)Site: Rutgers Stadium, Piscataway, N.J.Time: 1 p.m.Outlook: Washington College is making its eighth appearance in the Division III championship game but is still seeking its first national title. The Shoremen are playing in their third straight Division III title game against Nazareth, losing both previous games in overtime to the Golden Flyers by scores of 11-10 and 15-14 at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1998
John Fuller and Washington College have watched NCAA Division III lacrosse supremacy barely elude their grasp the past two years.Two overtime losses to Nazareth (N.Y.) College in the championship game at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium tell the tale for the Shoremen.But Fuller, a junior attackman from Boys' Latin, has remained undaunted by the 11-10 and 15-14 setbacks to Nazareth and has come back this season to play inspired lacrosse in spite of a lingering ankle sprain.Fuller has literally limped toward the goal to score on several occasions this season, carrying the Shoremen (13-4)
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By Rona Marech and Rona Marech,rona.marech@baltsun.com | September 21, 2008
Some had flags on their lapels and "veteran" stitched on their caps. Others leaned on canes or sat in wheelchairs. As the crowd watched and cameras flashed, they gazed out proudly, shoulders back. For the dozens of men who gathered on the stairway of the Naval Academy's Bancroft Hall rotunda, it had been a long time getting to that moment. Once, they were all in the Navy's messmen branch, which for decades was restricted to African-American and Filipino men. On land and sea, at war and at peace, the sailors dutifully prepared and served food and tended to officers' living quarters.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | April 16, 1998
Before the season opener, Loyola College lacrosse coach Dave Cottle suggested that his Greyhounds might still be a year away from competing for a national title.But Cottle may now have to reassess that forecast. After upsetting then second-ranked Syracuse on the road and beating 10th-ranked Massachusetts in their last two outings, the Greyhounds (9-1) treated a sun-drenched matinee crowd of 750 at Curley Field yesterday to their best offensive show of the season, trouncing Lehigh, 20-2.It was the seventh straight victory for Loyola, ranked No. 4, and its most lopsided win since a 26-6 rout of St. Joseph's a year ago."
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