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October 6, 1996
More than 8,100 runners and walkers raised more than $300,000 to fight breast cancer yesterday in the fourth annual Maryland Race for the Cure.The 5-kilometer course through downtown Baltimore is one of 69 races held across the country each year to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Last year's race attracted 6,500 runners and walkers and raised $240,000 through entry fees and pledges.Most of the money goes to local groups that conduct research, education, treatment and screening, said Julie Cox, chairwoman of the Maryland event.
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September 17, 2003
On September 16, 2003, ANDREA E., beloved daughter of Frank and the late Elizabeth Giordano, loving sister of Pam Roppelt and her husband Dean, Julie Cox and her husband Greg, Frank Giordano, Jr. and his wife Rita and Tony and Chris Giordano. Dear aunt of Rachel Cox, Ashley Giordano and James Cox. Also survived by aunts and uncles. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Rd, on Friday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday 10 A.M. at St. luke's Catholic Church.
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September 17, 2003
On September 16, 2003, ANDREA E., beloved daughter of Frank and the late Elizabeth Giordano, loving sister of Pam Roppelt and her husband Dean, Julie Cox and her husband Greg, Frank Giordano, Jr. and his wife Rita and Tony and Chris Giordano. Dear aunt of Rachel Cox, Ashley Giordano and James Cox. Also survived by aunts and uncles. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Rd, on Friday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday 10 A.M. at St. luke's Catholic Church.
NEWS
October 6, 1996
More than 8,100 runners and walkers raised more than $300,000 to fight breast cancer yesterday in the fourth annual Maryland Race for the Cure.The 5-kilometer course through downtown Baltimore is one of 69 races held across the country each year to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Last year's race attracted 6,500 runners and walkers and raised $240,000 through entry fees and pledges.Most of the money goes to local groups that conduct research, education, treatment and screening, said Julie Cox, chairwoman of the Maryland event.
NEWS
September 13, 1992
Head coach: Jennifer Flynn (fourth season).Assistant coaches: Colin Fraser, Jenn Gordon and Jim Francisco.1991 record: 5-9.Returnees: Senior Michelle Miller (A); juniors Kirsten Borgeson (D), Sarah Kephart (GK); sophomores Paula Moyer (D), Christa Mose (MF).Newcomers: Freshmen Rebecca Deux (MF), Julie Cox (A).Coach's outlook: "We have a lot more depth this year and a lot more versatility. We still have a relatively new program -- in only its sixth year. We're just taking it one step at a time."
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | October 21, 1992
It was not a bad Homecoming Day for Western Maryland College last Saturday.The football team knocked off four-time defending Centennial Football Conference champ Dickinson, 17-14 -- putting the Green Terrors in position for a first-ever CFC crown.It also was a pretty fair day for a few other Western Maryland teams and individuals.The field hockey and women's soccer teams both enjoyed wins, the volleyball team finished second in its own 12-team tournament, and senior cross country runner Derek Johnston won the individual title in a tri-meet against Hopkins and Elizabethtown.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | May 19, 1993
Western Maryland College has promoted field hocke assistant Kathy Railey to head coach.Associate athletic director Carol Fritz also announced that John Kovach has assumed Railey's assistant position.Railey, who assisted former coach Tricia Muneses the past two seasons, played four years of field hockey and lacrosse at Gettysburg (Pa.) College. The Baltimore native earned three varsity letters in each sport and was the captain of both teams her senior year.Muneses compiled an 11-15-2 record in her two seasons at Western Maryland.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | January 13, 1995
Western Maryland's women's basketball team was so close to a record.The Green Terror had won seven straight before falling last night to Lebanon Valley, 74-63. The school record is nine, set in 1979-80.And, on Saturday, the Green Terror play winless Bryn Mawr, perhaps a warm-up for a big conference game against Franklin & Marshall on Tuesday.F & M is 6-3 and 4-1 in the conference despite losing four starters to graduation.Senior Denise Spangler's 11 rebounds in Western Maryland's 66-61 win over Goucher on Tuesday gave her 500 in her career and put her in a fourth-place tie with Claire Thevenouz on the school's list.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | March 10, 1995
It didn't take Sandra Johnson long this season to become the Western Maryland College softball team's all-time leading hitter.Six hits away going into her senior season, the North Carroll grad needed just two days to surpass the previous mark of 101 set by 1988 grad Lisa Sullivan (Westminster).Johnson collected five hits in three games last Friday, helping the Green Terror go 2-1 in the opening day of the Methodist College Invitational.On Saturday, her first-inning single against Salisbury State set the new standard and she added three more hits in a 12-2 consolation-round win.The Green Terror opened the tournament with a 13-1 win over Lebanon Valley, then dropped a 10-9, 10-inning game against host Methodist before it claimed a 5-2 win over Lynchburg (Va.)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | October 28, 1992
The Western Maryland College women's volleyball team will try to reclaim the Middle Atlantic Conference's Southwest section title tonight when it travels to Gettysburg College.The Green Terrors are 32-4 overall and 4-0 in the section, and Gettysburg is 28-7 overall, 3-0 in section play.After winning the title in 1990, the Green Terrors lost to Gettysburg, 3-1, in the section match last season. Eleven days before, the Green Terrors defeated Gettysburg, 2-1, in the semifinals of the WMC Tournament.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 8, 1996
Western Maryland College didn't bring home any Centennial Conference championships this spring, but it did have plenty of success when the All-CC teams came out yesterday.Three Green Terror student-athletes were named Player of the Year in their respective sports. Senior catcher Jen Prowinski in softball, senior shortstop Brian Van Deusen in baseball, and senior attacker Dean Coccia in men's lacrosse all took top honors.Prowinski, a repeat first-team selection, hit .448 in the conference with 20 RBIs.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1996
With its 5-0 start, the Western Maryland College men's lacrosse team finds itself in the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division III poll for the first time since May 1990.The Green Terror is ranked No. 19 in the first poll of the season, which came out earlier this week.It's been a little bit of everything that has the Green Terror off to its fast start.The team is allowing fewer than 10 goals a game this season after yielding close to 15 a game last year. A major factor has been junior defender Stephen Hallowell, who was chosen as the Most Valuable Defender at the Drew University Tournament earlier this month.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 13, 1995
The biggest surprise of the early high school season has to be the Westminster wrestling team.The Owls got it started last Wednesday with a tri-match split, losing a tough one-point decision to No. 2 Owings Mills before hammering C. Milton Wright, 62-3.The Owls' easy win over Wright was expected, but how close they came to knocking off Owings Mills drew some attention.Pins from Jim Reiter (103 pounds), Bobby Biden (112), Dave Spicer (130), and Charlie Minor (140) helped the Owls jump out to a 29-10 lead before Owings Mills came back for the 33-32 win.The Owls followed that up with a fifth-place showing in the Annapolis Tournament last weekend.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1995
A fine Western Maryland College baseball season got a little better with word senior shortstop Jerry Resh was awarded the Centennial Conference's Player of the Year on Tuesday.Resh led the Centennial with a .492 average in conference games and finished the season hitting .511 with a school-record 45 hits.He finished his career as the Green Terror all-time leader in hits (132), at-bats (347), doubles (18), triples (nine) and stolen bases (47) and provided a steady glove at short as a four-year starter.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | April 21, 1995
What separates the Western Maryland College softball team from the Centennial Conference crown?An Ursinus team that showed it can hit homers in bunches.Just ask Eastern College, which watched as the Bears hit a grand slam, a three-run home run, a two-run home run and a bases-empty homer in a 10-run second inning on Wednesday.Nicole Kiwak started the feat with the grand slam. Chris Sofka later followed with the three-run shot. Loreen Bloodgood hit the two-run homer, and Katie Polgar closed out the barrage.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | March 10, 1995
It didn't take Sandra Johnson long this season to become the Western Maryland College softball team's all-time leading hitter.Six hits away going into her senior season, the North Carroll grad needed just two days to surpass the previous mark of 101 set by 1988 grad Lisa Sullivan (Westminster).Johnson collected five hits in three games last Friday, helping the Green Terror go 2-1 in the opening day of the Methodist College Invitational.On Saturday, her first-inning single against Salisbury State set the new standard and she added three more hits in a 12-2 consolation-round win.The Green Terror opened the tournament with a 13-1 win over Lebanon Valley, then dropped a 10-9, 10-inning game against host Methodist before it claimed a 5-2 win over Lynchburg (Va.)
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By Special to The Sun WESTMINSTER | September 13, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Freshman forward Julie Cox (Liberty) le Western Maryland with five goals in her college debut as the Green Terrors dominated Wilkes, 9-1, in a Middle Atlantic Conference interdivisional game.Cox had three of her goals in the first half as she tied a school single-game record. Christa Mose contributed three goals and two assists, while Michelle Miller added a goal and an assist for Western Maryland in its season opener. Wilkes is 0-3.Tina Hite scored Wilkes' lone goal with 10 minutes remaining in the first half on an assist from Jennifer Steuben.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1995
A fine Western Maryland College baseball season got a little better with word senior shortstop Jerry Resh was awarded the Centennial Conference's Player of the Year on Tuesday.Resh led the Centennial with a .492 average in conference games and finished the season hitting .511 with a school-record 45 hits.He finished his career as the Green Terror all-time leader in hits (132), at-bats (347), doubles (18), triples (nine) and stolen bases (47) and provided a steady glove at short as a four-year starter.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
The Western Maryland College men's basketball team ended an eight-game slide against Johns Hopkins on Wednesday with a 73-58 win at the Gill Center.Tomorrow afternoon at Catholic, Western Maryland will work on turning around another slump -- winning on the road.The Green Terror is 1-7 on the road this season, allowing 92.5 points and scoring 65.5 points a game away from the Gill Center. Overall this season, the Green Terror has yielded an average of 85.4 points and scored 79.2 points.The 1984-85 team was the last to finish .500 on the road.
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