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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 1, 1999
National semifinalist Johns Hopkins led Division I with eight players on the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's All-America team that was announced yesterday.The Blue Jays placed midfielder A.J. Haugen and defenseman Rob Doerr on the first team, Dan Denihan, Matt O'Kelly and goalie Brian Carcaterra on second team and three honorable mentions.Loyola, the top-ranked team for most of the season, had midfielder Mark Frye (Severna Park High) on the first team, Tim O'Shea and Todd Vizcarrondo on the second team, three on the third team and one honorable mention.
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Sports Digest | October 10, 2013
College football Towson's West wins national FCS honor Towson junior running back Terrance West has been named the National Football Championship Subdivision Offensive Co-Player of the Week by The Sports Network. West, a Northwestern alumnus who has been named the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week three times this season, earned the national award after rushing for a season-high 238 yards on 28 carries and three touchdowns in the No. 3 and undefeated Tigers' 44-28 victory over No. 19 New Hampshire on Saturday.
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May 26, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Optioned P Horacio Estrada to Triple-A Louisville.Devil Rays: Recalled OF Randy Winn from Triple-A Durham.Indians: Recalled P Rich DeLucia from Triple-A Buffalo.Reds: Recalled IF Aaron Boone from Triple-A Indianapolis.Yankees: Designated C Mike Figga for assignment.BasketballKings: Geoff Petrie, vice president for basketball operations, was named NBA Executive of the Year.CollegesAtlantic Coast Conference: Named Georgia Tech's Mark Teixeria (Mount St. Joseph's) Rookie of the Year.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 14, 2002
Gary Gait will serve double duty in next Sunday's Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game, to be held at 4 p.m. at Prince George's Stadium in Bowie. The midfielder and coach of the Bayhawks was selected as a player and, with the Bayhawks leading the National Division with a 6-2 record, he also will coach the National team. He will be joined by six other Bayhawks, including attackmen Mark Millon and Tom Marechek and goalie Greg Cattrano. The other Bayhawks on the team are midfielders Josh Sims and Paul Cantabene and defender Brian Reese.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 14, 2002
Gary Gait will serve double duty in next Sunday's Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game, to be held at 4 p.m. at Prince George's Stadium in Bowie. The midfielder and coach of the Bayhawks was selected as a player and, with the Bayhawks leading the National Division with a 6-2 record, he also will coach the National team. He will be joined by six other Bayhawks, including attackmen Mark Millon and Tom Marechek and goalie Greg Cattrano. The other Bayhawks on the team are midfielders Josh Sims and Paul Cantabene and defender Brian Reese.
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By Jamison Hensley | February 25, 1999
AttackScott Hochstadt, Maryland: Only his tenacious attitude is scarier than ability.Ryan Powell, Syracuse: With brother Casey's shadow gone, the spotlight now shines on him.Lorne Smith, Princeton: Back on attack and ready to make an impact.MidfieldJosh Sims, Princeton: Midfielder of the Year raises his game a notch when it counts.A. J. Haugen, Hopkins: His change of direction can make defenders look foolish.Mark Frye, Loyola: Scoring and clearing machine will run through you as easily as by you.Long-stick midfielderTim Knowles, Duke: Solid pressure defender who coasts in the open field.
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Sports Digest | October 10, 2013
College football Towson's West wins national FCS honor Towson junior running back Terrance West has been named the National Football Championship Subdivision Offensive Co-Player of the Week by The Sports Network. West, a Northwestern alumnus who has been named the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week three times this season, earned the national award after rushing for a season-high 238 yards on 28 carries and three touchdowns in the No. 3 and undefeated Tigers' 44-28 victory over No. 19 New Hampshire on Saturday.
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By Bill Free | May 20, 2000
NCAA men's quarterfinals No.1 Syracuse (12-1) vs. Georgetown (12-2) Site: Rutgers Stadium, Piscataway, N.J. Time: 1 p.m. TV: HTS Skinny: Syracuse is loaded in every phase of the game, from high-scoring senior attackman Ryan Powell (35 goals, 43 assists for nation-leading average of 6 points a game) to exceptional goalkeeper Rob Mulligan, who enters the NCAA tournament ranked fourth in the nation in save percentage(.635) and fifth in goals-against average (7.76). It has only been two weeks since Syracuse closed out its regular season with a 24-16 pounding of Georgetown at the Carrier Dome.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 22, 1996
High school lacrosse stars of the future, present and past will get their chance to shine in two all-star games tonight at Towson State.The two exhibition games serve as the centerpiece of the third annual National Junior Lacrosse Association Festival, a three-day event that includes 1,600 boys and girls from 64 teams around the country.The second annual New York-Maryland High School Challenge, which pits Maryland's top incoming high school sophomores, juniors and seniors against New York's finest, begins at 6 p.m..
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May 12, 2000
Baseball Athletics: Called up P Rich Sauveur from Triple-A Sacramento. Optioned P Ariel Prieto to Sacramento. Cubs: Recalled 1B Julio Zuleta from Triple-A Iowa. Indians: Sent C Bobby Hughes outright to Triple-A Buffalo. Mariners: Recalled P Kevin Hodges from Triple-A Tacoma. Optioned IF-OF Charles Gipson to Tacoma. Marlins: Purchased the contracts of P Jason Grillie and P Joe Strong from Triple-A Calgary. Placed P Ricky Bones on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 6, with a strained lower back.
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By John Boell and John Boell,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 15, 2001
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. - It was a matchup of first-place Major League Lacrosse teams when the Bayhawks faced the Long Island Lizards last night. But it was a trio of former Long Island-area players who stole the show for the visitors. Mark Millon had five goals and an assist - including four second-half goals - and Dan Denihan added two goals and three assists, but the story was the defense and goalie Greg Cattrano. The former Brown standout made 23 saves, as the Bayhawks stifled the Lizards' high-powered offense - holding it to two second-half goals - in a 16-10 victory before 3,781 at EAB Park.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 29, 2000
COLLEGE PARK - If Princeton is to climb one more mountain today and sit on top of the lacrosse world, freshman defenseman Damien Davis knows he will have to stop the nation's most feared attackman, Ryan Powell. Davis has advanced so far in his first season for the Tigers that he is certain to be asked to take on the three-time Syracuse All-American when the game is on the line. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound former Gilman three-sport standout has the physical gifts to take Powell in what figures to be a classic battle of skills.
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By Bill Free | May 20, 2000
NCAA men's quarterfinals No.1 Syracuse (12-1) vs. Georgetown (12-2) Site: Rutgers Stadium, Piscataway, N.J. Time: 1 p.m. TV: HTS Skinny: Syracuse is loaded in every phase of the game, from high-scoring senior attackman Ryan Powell (35 goals, 43 assists for nation-leading average of 6 points a game) to exceptional goalkeeper Rob Mulligan, who enters the NCAA tournament ranked fourth in the nation in save percentage(.635) and fifth in goals-against average (7.76). It has only been two weeks since Syracuse closed out its regular season with a 24-16 pounding of Georgetown at the Carrier Dome.
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May 12, 2000
Baseball Athletics: Called up P Rich Sauveur from Triple-A Sacramento. Optioned P Ariel Prieto to Sacramento. Cubs: Recalled 1B Julio Zuleta from Triple-A Iowa. Indians: Sent C Bobby Hughes outright to Triple-A Buffalo. Mariners: Recalled P Kevin Hodges from Triple-A Tacoma. Optioned IF-OF Charles Gipson to Tacoma. Marlins: Purchased the contracts of P Jason Grillie and P Joe Strong from Triple-A Calgary. Placed P Ricky Bones on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 6, with a strained lower back.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2000
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Damien Davis will be only the third freshman defender in 13 seasons to start for Princeton when he comes to Homewood Field for tomorrow's season opener at No. 3 Johns Hopkins. But Davis always has had the tendency to dive right in and go after things. Reginald Davis calls Damien "the most independent and fearless" of his four children, including James, 22, Alex, 21, and Allison, 13. Marilyn Davis recalled how 2-year-old Damien, longing to follow his father to work, set out on a two-block trek, all alone, before friends brought him home.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 1, 1999
National semifinalist Johns Hopkins led Division I with eight players on the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's All-America team that was announced yesterday.The Blue Jays placed midfielder A.J. Haugen and defenseman Rob Doerr on the first team, Dan Denihan, Matt O'Kelly and goalie Brian Carcaterra on second team and three honorable mentions.Loyola, the top-ranked team for most of the season, had midfielder Mark Frye (Severna Park High) on the first team, Tim O'Shea and Todd Vizcarrondo on the second team, three on the third team and one honorable mention.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 26, 1997
As an alumnus of Severn School, Mount St. Joe coach Steve Szlasa takes great joy in seeing his Gaels stick it to his alma mater on the lacrosse field."
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By John Boell and John Boell,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 15, 2001
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. - It was a matchup of first-place Major League Lacrosse teams when the Bayhawks faced the Long Island Lizards last night. But it was a trio of former Long Island-area players who stole the show for the visitors. Mark Millon had five goals and an assist - including four second-half goals - and Dan Denihan added two goals and three assists, but the story was the defense and goalie Greg Cattrano. The former Brown standout made 23 saves, as the Bayhawks stifled the Lizards' high-powered offense - holding it to two second-half goals - in a 16-10 victory before 3,781 at EAB Park.
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May 26, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Optioned P Horacio Estrada to Triple-A Louisville.Devil Rays: Recalled OF Randy Winn from Triple-A Durham.Indians: Recalled P Rich DeLucia from Triple-A Buffalo.Reds: Recalled IF Aaron Boone from Triple-A Indianapolis.Yankees: Designated C Mike Figga for assignment.BasketballKings: Geoff Petrie, vice president for basketball operations, was named NBA Executive of the Year.CollegesAtlantic Coast Conference: Named Georgia Tech's Mark Teixeria (Mount St. Joseph's) Rookie of the Year.
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By Jamison Hensley | February 25, 1999
AttackScott Hochstadt, Maryland: Only his tenacious attitude is scarier than ability.Ryan Powell, Syracuse: With brother Casey's shadow gone, the spotlight now shines on him.Lorne Smith, Princeton: Back on attack and ready to make an impact.MidfieldJosh Sims, Princeton: Midfielder of the Year raises his game a notch when it counts.A. J. Haugen, Hopkins: His change of direction can make defenders look foolish.Mark Frye, Loyola: Scoring and clearing machine will run through you as easily as by you.Long-stick midfielderTim Knowles, Duke: Solid pressure defender who coasts in the open field.
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