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December 14, 2004
On December 12, 2004 MARY M. GALLOWAY, beloved wife of the late Louis Clifton Galloway, devoted mother of Barbara Costin (William), Phyllis Larkin, Louis C. Galloway, Jr. (Debbie), Michael Galloway, John Galloway (Nancy), Thomas Galloway (Connie), Bryan Galloway and daughter-in-law Debbie Galloway. Adored grandmother of nine grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. Loving sister of Charles Blankenship, Lyda Dallas and predeceased by five sisters and six brothers. Friends may call at the LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Ave., on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., where services will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
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Sports Digest | June 27, 2014
Et cetera Pannell's late goal lifts Team USA to 10-9 win in MLL All-Star Game The New York Lizards' Rob Pannell scored with seven seconds remaining to lift Team USA to a 10-9 victory over Team MLL on Thursday night before an announced 10,327 at Harvard Stadium in Cambridge, Mass. Pannell, who also had two assists, was named the game's Most Valuable Player. Team MLL's Joe Walters (Maryland) of the Chesapeake Bayhawks led all scorers with three goals. Marcus Holman (Gilman)
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April 7, 2011
MEN John Galloway, Syracuse Senior, West Genesee, N.Y., goalkeeper Galloway recorded his best performance of the season when he made a season-best 16 saves in the top-ranked Orange's 13-11 decision against then-No. 4 Duke at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic at The New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Sunday. With that outcome, Galloway earned his 52nd career victory, surpassing Princeton's Scott Bacigalupo for the most wins by a goalie in Division I. With 529 career saves, Galloway is just 9 saves from overtaking Matt Palumb for seventh on the school's all-time saves list.
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Mike Preston | March 8, 2013
The trick might be too great even for Duke coach John Danowski to pull off this season. The Blue Devils (3-4) are notorious for being slow starters and rallying at the end of the season to participate in the NCAA tournament, but that might not happen this year. Even with Duke's 9-8 upset win over No. 4 Loyola on Friday, the hole might still be too deep. Three of their four losses have been at home. Before Friday night, the Blue Devils were allowing 11.5 goals per game and they still have North Carolina, Virginia and Georgetown on the schedule.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Reporter | May 21, 2008
Dan Hardy has grown a little tired of talking. Not the act itself. Hardy, a junior midfielder for the Syracuse men's lacrosse team, is eloquent and doesn't mind meeting with reporters. But when it comes to a rehash of the Orange's disastrous 2007 season, he isn't effusive. "Last year is over," Hardy said, in the style of former New York Yankees great Yogi Berra. "We're moving on. This is a new year." Coach John Desko took a more deadpan approach when asked about the difference between the previous and current seasons.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2011
After tying a career high with five goals, the only thing Davey Emala could do was watch. The Georgetown sophomore attackman was powerless to prevent top-ranked Syracuse from winning the opening faceoff of overtime and scoring with 2 minutes, 19 seconds left to escape with a 9-8 victory over the No. 15 Hoyas in the first game of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. "It's a difficult position to be in," Emala, a Baltimore native and Gilman graduate, said of watching Orange senior attackman Stephen Keogh play hero.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2012
Each week, The Baltimore Sun publishes a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Syracuse junior defenseman Brian Megill, whose brother Ray was a two-time All-American defenseman in 2006 and 2007 for Maryland. How did your brother's experience at Maryland influence your decision to attend Syracuse? He wasn't too fond of the coaching staff at the time when he was there, but now he's best friends with Coach [Dave]
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,[Sun Reporter] | March 2, 2008
The starts left a lot to be desired, but the Virginia men's lacrosse team had no qualms about the finish. The No. 3 Cavaliers fell behind by two goals early in three of four quarters, but Virginia scored five of the last seven goals in the final 13 minutes -- including the game-winner from sophomore midfielder Brian Carroll (Gilman) -- to edge No. 11 Syracuse, 14-13, in overtime in the Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium yesterday. Carroll's second goal of the game came with 1:29 left in overtime and gave the Cavaliers their fifth consecutive win against the Orange (2-1)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Reporter | May 27, 2008
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Johns Hopkins was tested by an opponent that played the Blue Jays' style of lacrosse. And Johns Hopkins didn't pass the test. An overpowering midfield, a suffocating defense and a fast start in the third quarter - hallmarks of the Blue Jays - defined Syracuse's 13-10 defeat of Johns Hopkins in the NCAA Division I tournament final before an NCAA championship game-record crowd of 48,970 at Gillette Stadium yesterday. The No. 3 seed Orange (16-2) captured its ninth NCAA title, tying the No. 5 seed Blue Jays (11-6)
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Mike Preston | May 16, 2011
Two years ago in an NCAA Division I lacrosse quarterfinal, Maryland was an underdog against Syracuse and lost. This time, the unseeded Terps (11-4) hope for a different result when they play No. 1 Syracuse (15-1) Sunday at Gillette Stadium. In 2009, Maryland could slow Syracuse's offense, but the Terps couldn't score because attackmen Ryan Young and Grant Catalino were both sophomores. The Terps made simple, costly mistakes, and Maryland couldn't hold the ball long enough to rest its defense in an 11-6 loss.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2012
Each week, The Baltimore Sun publishes a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Syracuse junior defenseman Brian Megill, whose brother Ray was a two-time All-American defenseman in 2006 and 2007 for Maryland. How did your brother's experience at Maryland influence your decision to attend Syracuse? He wasn't too fond of the coaching staff at the time when he was there, but now he's best friends with Coach [Dave]
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Mike Preston | May 16, 2011
Two years ago in an NCAA Division I lacrosse quarterfinal, Maryland was an underdog against Syracuse and lost. This time, the unseeded Terps (11-4) hope for a different result when they play No. 1 Syracuse (15-1) Sunday at Gillette Stadium. In 2009, Maryland could slow Syracuse's offense, but the Terps couldn't score because attackmen Ryan Young and Grant Catalino were both sophomores. The Terps made simple, costly mistakes, and Maryland couldn't hold the ball long enough to rest its defense in an 11-6 loss.
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By Dave Rahme, Syracuse Post-Standard | April 30, 2011
With senior attackman Stephen Keogh scoring four goals, including one between his legs with his back to the cage, the No. 4 Syracuse University men's lacrosse team defeated No. 1 Notre Dame 11-8 Saturday night before a crowd of 14,751. It was the fourth-largest crowd in Carrier Dome history. In the process the Orange seniors earned the 58th victory since they arrived in the fall of 2008, surpassing the Class of '86 with the most victories by a senior class. They also became the first team to score double-digit goals this season on the Irish (10-1, 5-1 Big East)
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April 7, 2011
MEN John Galloway, Syracuse Senior, West Genesee, N.Y., goalkeeper Galloway recorded his best performance of the season when he made a season-best 16 saves in the top-ranked Orange's 13-11 decision against then-No. 4 Duke at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic at The New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Sunday. With that outcome, Galloway earned his 52nd career victory, surpassing Princeton's Scott Bacigalupo for the most wins by a goalie in Division I. With 529 career saves, Galloway is just 9 saves from overtaking Matt Palumb for seventh on the school's all-time saves list.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2011
Davey Emala 's second five-goal performance in as many games almost didn't occur. The Georgetown sophomore attackman was nearly sidelined by what he described as pain along the left ribcage area that prevented him from practicing Wednesday and Thursday. But he withstood the pain and almost propelled the No. 15 Hoyas to an upset before they fell to top-ranked Syracuse, 9-8, in overtime in the first game of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. "I always try to never even consider not playing," the Baltimore native and Gilman graduate said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2011
After tying a career high with five goals, the only thing Davey Emala could do was watch. The Georgetown sophomore attackman was powerless to prevent top-ranked Syracuse from winning the opening faceoff of overtime and scoring with 2 minutes, 19 seconds left to escape with a 9-8 victory over the No. 15 Hoyas in the first game of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. "It's a difficult position to be in," Emala, a Baltimore native and Gilman graduate, said of watching Orange senior attackman Stephen Keogh play hero.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2011
Davey Emala 's second five-goal performance in as many games almost didn't occur. The Georgetown sophomore attackman was nearly sidelined by what he described as pain along the left ribcage area that prevented him from practicing Wednesday and Thursday. But he withstood the pain and almost propelled the No. 15 Hoyas to an upset before they fell to top-ranked Syracuse, 9-8, in overtime in the first game of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. "I always try to never even consider not playing," the Baltimore native and Gilman graduate said.
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Mike Preston | March 8, 2013
The trick might be too great even for Duke coach John Danowski to pull off this season. The Blue Devils (3-4) are notorious for being slow starters and rallying at the end of the season to participate in the NCAA tournament, but that might not happen this year. Even with Duke's 9-8 upset win over No. 4 Loyola on Friday, the hole might still be too deep. Three of their four losses have been at home. Before Friday night, the Blue Devils were allowing 11.5 goals per game and they still have North Carolina, Virginia and Georgetown on the schedule.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2011
PROJECTED NCAA SEEDS 1. Syracuse Big East Conference (13-2, NCAA tournament first round) Coach: John Desko (13th season, 147-44) Top returning point-getter Stephen Keogh, senior A (31 goals, 5 assists) Other key returnees Josh Amidon, senior M (14, 13) Jeremy Thompson, senior M (15, 8, .582 faceoff percentage) John Lade, senior D (32 ground balls) John Galloway, senior G (7.16 goals-against average, .595 save percentage) Key newcomers Tom Palasek, junior A Billy Ward, freshman A Pat Powderly , freshman A Outlook: The Orange is eager to make amends for last year's surprise double-overtime loss to Army in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Reporter | May 27, 2008
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Johns Hopkins was tested by an opponent that played the Blue Jays' style of lacrosse. And Johns Hopkins didn't pass the test. An overpowering midfield, a suffocating defense and a fast start in the third quarter - hallmarks of the Blue Jays - defined Syracuse's 13-10 defeat of Johns Hopkins in the NCAA Division I tournament final before an NCAA championship game-record crowd of 48,970 at Gillette Stadium yesterday. The No. 3 seed Orange (16-2) captured its ninth NCAA title, tying the No. 5 seed Blue Jays (11-6)
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