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By Special to The Sun | January 19, 1992
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Sophomore Izett Buchanan sparked a second-half rally to lift Marist College to a 94-80 Northeast Conference victory over Mount St. Mary's last night. Buchanan, who finished with 19 points, had nine during a 20-4 run in an eight-minute stretch of the second half.Mount St. Mary's down by 43-39 at the half, hit on eight of its first 11 shots from the field in the second half and took a 59-58 lead on a three-point field goal by Phil Galvin with 12 minutes, 57 seconds remaining.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | February 26, 1993
EMMITSBURG -- It was picked to finish ninth in the preseason poll of Northeast Conference coaches, but Mount St. Mary's put itself in good position to gain second last night.The Mountaineers trailed virtually the entire game against Monmouth, then rallied behind their sensational freshman, Chris McGuthrie, when it counted most and notched a 71-66 victory that guaranteed them a winning regular-season record in the league.McGuthrie was on the bench for 3 1/2 minutes after banging and bruising his left knee midway through the second half.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 24, 1992
EMMITSBURG -- This game may be remembered as the one that lifted Mount St. Mary's over the hump.Considered a dark-horse candidate for the Northeast Conference title when the season began, the Mountaineers had fumbled, stumbled and bumbled since winning their holiday tournament Dec. 28.But last night, they proved they can stay with the conference's best, knocking Robert Morris out of first place in the NEC with a 72-63 victory at Knott Arena."
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By From Staff Reports | January 8, 1993
NEW YORK -- Even though his team was off to a slow start record-wise, Mount St. Mary's coach Jim Phelan kept telling anyone who would listen that there was reason for hope once his team got into its Northeast Conference schedule.And, after last night's 83-71 win at St. Francis (1-9, 0-2), the Mountaineers (3-6, 2-0) are proving their 39th-year coach to be a prophet."This team has played hard every time out," said Phelan. "Our shooters were struggling in December, but the effort remained a constant.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 27, 1990
ANNAPOLIS -- They call them the Midshipmen, but after last night, Navy's basketball team might want to call itself "Loyola Marymount East."That's just how the Midshipmen played as they rewrote the school's record book in a 116-98 victory over Mount St. Mary's before an exuberant crowd of 1,078 at Halsey Fieldhouse.The Midshipmen placed five players in double figures, led by Michael Burd's 27 points -- all on a single-game-record nine three-pointers. As a team, Navy hit 20 three-pointers, shattering the previous record of 12 that were made in 1988 against Pennsylvania.
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By From Staff Reports | January 8, 1993
NEW YORK -- Even though his team was off to a slow start record-wise, Mount St. Mary's coach Jim Phelan kept telling anyone who would listen that there was reason for hope once his team got into its Northeast Conference schedule.And, after last night's 83-71 win at St. Francis (1-9, 0-2), the Mountaineers (3-6, 2-0) are proving their 39th-year coach to be a prophet."This team has played hard every time out," said Phelan. "Our shooters were struggling in December, but the effort remained a constant.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | February 26, 1993
EMMITSBURG -- It was picked to finish ninth in the preseason poll of Northeast Conference coaches, but Mount St. Mary's put itself in good position to gain second last night.The Mountaineers trailed virtually the entire game against Monmouth, then rallied behind their sensational freshman, Chris McGuthrie, when it counted most and notched a 71-66 victory that guaranteed them a winning regular-season record in the league.McGuthrie was on the bench for 3 1/2 minutes after banging and bruising his left knee midway through the second half.
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By Bill Tanton | December 9, 1991
It's amazing how much one regular-season victory can help, as two local teams found over the weekend.Saturday night at the Beltway Classic at UMBC, Jim Phelan, the coaching legend at Mount St. Mary's, was talking about Navy's 24-3 football victory over Army that afternoon."
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By Bill Tanton | March 14, 1991
Towson State, which meets Ohio State tomorrow night in the opening round of the NCAA basketball tournament, is reaping a benefit from two straight tourney appearances that few outsiders are aware of:Towson has become a school basketball players want to attend. Mount St. Mary's coach Jim Phelan is finding that out."We're talking to a lot of kids," says Phelan, "who have Towson No. 2 on their list. They'll have Richmond No. 1 and Towson No. 2. Or Boston U. No. 1 and Towson 2. Or an ACC school with Towson No. 2. I think it's because Towson's been in the tournament two years now."
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By Kent Baker | November 26, 1990
Loyola College was the only local basketball team to launch the 1990-91 season at home Saturday . . . and the only team that won.Starting on the road was unkind to five other area Division I area teams, including Coppin State and Towson State, two of last season's Cinderella entries in the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.The Eagles gave host Tulsa trouble, but without 270-pound center Larry McCollum (hand surgery), they dropped an 84-79 game to a team chosen to contend in the Missouri Valley Conference.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 24, 1992
EMMITSBURG -- This game may be remembered as the one that lifted Mount St. Mary's over the hump.Considered a dark-horse candidate for the Northeast Conference title when the season began, the Mountaineers had fumbled, stumbled and bumbled since winning their holiday tournament Dec. 28.But last night, they proved they can stay with the conference's best, knocking Robert Morris out of first place in the NEC with a 72-63 victory at Knott Arena."
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By Special to The Sun | January 19, 1992
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Sophomore Izett Buchanan sparked a second-half rally to lift Marist College to a 94-80 Northeast Conference victory over Mount St. Mary's last night. Buchanan, who finished with 19 points, had nine during a 20-4 run in an eight-minute stretch of the second half.Mount St. Mary's down by 43-39 at the half, hit on eight of its first 11 shots from the field in the second half and took a 59-58 lead on a three-point field goal by Phil Galvin with 12 minutes, 57 seconds remaining.
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By Bill Tanton | December 9, 1991
It's amazing how much one regular-season victory can help, as two local teams found over the weekend.Saturday night at the Beltway Classic at UMBC, Jim Phelan, the coaching legend at Mount St. Mary's, was talking about Navy's 24-3 football victory over Army that afternoon."
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By Bill Tanton | March 14, 1991
Towson State, which meets Ohio State tomorrow night in the opening round of the NCAA basketball tournament, is reaping a benefit from two straight tourney appearances that few outsiders are aware of:Towson has become a school basketball players want to attend. Mount St. Mary's coach Jim Phelan is finding that out."We're talking to a lot of kids," says Phelan, "who have Towson No. 2 on their list. They'll have Richmond No. 1 and Towson No. 2. Or Boston U. No. 1 and Towson 2. Or an ACC school with Towson No. 2. I think it's because Towson's been in the tournament two years now."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 27, 1990
ANNAPOLIS -- They call them the Midshipmen, but after last night, Navy's basketball team might want to call itself "Loyola Marymount East."That's just how the Midshipmen played as they rewrote the school's record book in a 116-98 victory over Mount St. Mary's before an exuberant crowd of 1,078 at Halsey Fieldhouse.The Midshipmen placed five players in double figures, led by Michael Burd's 27 points -- all on a single-game-record nine three-pointers. As a team, Navy hit 20 three-pointers, shattering the previous record of 12 that were made in 1988 against Pennsylvania.
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By Kent Baker | November 26, 1990
Loyola College was the only local basketball team to launch the 1990-91 season at home Saturday . . . and the only team that won.Starting on the road was unkind to five other area Division I area teams, including Coppin State and Towson State, two of last season's Cinderella entries in the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.The Eagles gave host Tulsa trouble, but without 270-pound center Larry McCollum (hand surgery), they dropped an 84-79 game to a team chosen to contend in the Missouri Valley Conference.
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By Special to The Sun | December 15, 1991
DAYTON, Ohio -- The University of Dayton used four straight three-pointers at the start of the second half to take control and defeat Mount St. Mary's, 107-81, last night at the Dayton Arena.The Flyers led, 50-43, at the intermission. Kevin Booth single-handedly kept the Mount in the game with 25 first-half points, including six three-pointers.Booth, however, was shut down in the second half with one point, but still finished with a game-high 26 points. Sophomore Phil Galvin was next with a career-high 25 points -- 21 after halftime.
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