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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2001
Senior attackman David Ulrich did not know a thing about Notre Dame lacrosse until six years ago, after the Irish had won their first NCAA tournament game in school history. Ulrich, a Boys' Latin sophomore at the time, later would pay Notre Dame a recruiting visit. Before he met academic advisers and spent time with other students and got a taste of the rich sports tradition in South Bend, Ind., Ulrich sensed a natural fit with an up-and-coming coach who was building something special.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2014
Known for some of the most prolific offenses in NCAA history, Duke is no slouch on defense either. For the seventh time in the past eight years, the defense ended a season by giving up an average of less than 10 goals. Some of the credit goes to volunteer assistant coach Ben DeLuca. The former Cornell head coach, who was dismissed from the Big Red in November, replaced former Maryland defenseman Joe Cinosky, who became the defensive coordinator at Mount St. Mary's, and joined the program in February to help defensive coordinator Ron Caputo.
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By Jane Sumner and Jane Sumner,DALLAS MORNING NEWS | January 30, 1998
Anything writer-director Nick Gomez ("Laws of Gravity," "New Jersey Drive") does is worth watching, even when it's off the rails fTC like his latest, "Illtown." It's more druggy nightmare than narrative film.Cisco (Kevin Corrigan), Dante (Michael Rapaport) and Dante's lover, Micky (Lili Taylor), deal drugs. They're so matter-of-fact and violence-free they could be repping pharmaceuticals. Dante and Micky feel so secure in their love and work, they want to have a baby. But when former partner Gabriel (Adam Trese)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2014
Here are a few tidbits from sixth-seeded Notre Dame's news conference at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday morning. -- While top-seeded and reigning national champion Duke (16-3) deals with some instability in the cage, the Fighting Irish (12-5) have no such qualms with junior Conor Kelly. The goalkeeper has made 37 saves and surrendered just 24 goals in three postseason games and has rebounded from getting benched in the second game of the season. “You guys see this as a snapshot, and I see it as an evolution over the course of weeks and months, and we've seen Conor have some ups and downs this year, but there's a reason why he's back in the goal for us right now,” coach Kevin Corrigan said. “He was earning that on a daily basis.
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By Jay Boyar and Jay Boyar,KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | September 26, 1997
Set on some of the meaner streets of New York's Lower East Side, "Kicked in the Head" is a small film that focuses (so to speak) on the misadventures of a spacey slacker named Redmond (Kevin Corrigan).Early in the film, Redmond does an errand for his shifty Uncle Sam (James Woods) and ends up with a stash of cocaine that belongs to a gangster (Burt Young). Meanwhile, our unlikely hero is romantically pursued by the hapless Happy (Lili Taylor) while pursuing a tough-talking flight attendant, Megan (Linda Fiorentino)
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | October 2, 2009
"How many adults have an adventure serial running in their head?" Gore Vidal once asked, in an essay on Tarzan. And a little later he answered, "In a society that every day grows more and more confining, the average person is apt to take to daydreaming." Paul Aufiero (Patton Oswalt), the antihero of Robert D. Siegel's "Big Fan," is above average in obsessive concentration, below average in the ability to achieve adulthood - and with every ounce of his warped creativity, he takes daydreaming to extremes, especially at night.
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By Edward Lee | February 22, 2012
Notre Dame fired the first volley of the 2012 season when the then-No. 7 Fighting Irish upended then-No. 1 Duke, 7-3, on Saturday. It was the third time Notre Dame opened the season by beating the Blue Devils, and the team is enjoying a 15-game winning streak in the month of February. But coach Kevin Corrigan said he hopes the victory doesn't satiate the players' hunger for a national championship. “Any win helps you with your confidence,” Corrigan said Tuesday. “I hope it lets our guys know what they should already know, which is we're going to be there competing with everybody.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,SUN FILM CRITIC | September 27, 1996
"Walking and Talking" is much more about hurting and crying than it is about walking. But fortunately, it's also about laughing.A clever examination of that painful existence known as the single life at crisis point, it's everything a small movie should be: shrewd, comic, sad and short.It examines one of those painful dilemmas invisible to the world at large but exquisitely endured by those who must face it: that is, what happens to a single woman when her best friend, also a single woman, gets married?
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2014
Known for some of the most prolific offenses in NCAA history, Duke is no slouch on defense either. For the seventh time in the past eight years, the defense ended a season by giving up an average of less than 10 goals. Some of the credit goes to volunteer assistant coach Ben DeLuca. The former Cornell head coach, who was dismissed from the Big Red in November, replaced former Maryland defenseman Joe Cinosky, who became the defensive coordinator at Mount St. Mary's, and joined the program in February to help defensive coordinator Ron Caputo.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
The ties between Maryland and Notre Dame in men's lacrosse already run deep. Both Dick and George Corrigan, uncles of Fighting Irish coach Kevin Corrigan, were All-American attackmen for the Terps . On the flip side, Maryland coach John Tillman once interviewed for a job at South Bend. The word Wednesday that Notre Dame will join the Atlantic Coast Conference, in all sports but football and ice hockey, takes things even further. Five times, the schools have met in lacrosse.
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By Quint Kessenich | May 25, 2014
Notre Dame is a battle-tested team, and most importantly, the Fighting Irish has averaged 12 goals per game in its recent six-game winning streak. Ranked No. 11 in scoring offense and No. 24 in scoring defense, Notre Dame is a different team than the one that lost, 15-7, to Duke in early April. The Atlantic Coast Conference champions have terrific depth. The Fighting Irish is built for the Memorial Day men's lacrosse championship, and it already experienced the quick turnaround while winning the ACC tournament last month.
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From Baltimore Sun staff reports | April 27, 2014
Fourth-seeded Notre Dame went on a 6-0 run in the third quarter and held on to defeat third-seeded Syracuse, 15-14, to win the Atlantic Coast Conference championship Sunday afternoon at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. “I couldn't be more proud of them,” Notre Dame coach Kevin Corrigan said. “We didn't play tentatively like a team that's afraid and not sure what's going to happen to them. We played like a team that's going to go out and win games. “The one thing was, no matter what happened - good play, bad play - we turned it right around, focused on the next play and played really hard and really fearlessly.” Attacker Matt Kavanagh, the tournament's Most Valuable Player, led the Fighting Irish with four goals and two assists, including back-to-back goals in the pivotal third quarter.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2014
In a city steeped in the lore of the game, the Doyles are greenhorns, a first-generation lacrosse family. But the Towson brood is catching up fast. Four Doyle siblings have earned college lacrosse scholarships, and two - Jack and Conor - were named All-Metro Player of the Year at Gilman. Both now play for No. 9 Notre Dame (6-4), which hosts No. 6 Maryland (9-2) on Saturday. Egging them on in the stands will be their sister Caroline, a star at Notre Dame Prep who'll join her brothers in South Bend, Ind., next year; brother Casey, a seventh-grader at Gilman who also plays lacrosse; and parents Kevin and Grace Doyle, neither one of whom acknowledged the game until their kids did. "To us, lacrosse was always just another sport," Grace Doyle said.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2014
With No. 9 Johns Hopkins' 14-5 dismantling of visiting Michigan on Saturday , Dave Pietramala joined some rare company. Pietrmala became only the sixth Division I coach to win 150 games at one school. Pietramala, who is 150-50 in 14 seasons with the Blue Jays, joined Delaware's Bob Shillinglaw (283 wins), Virginia's Dom Starsia (252), Notre Dame's Kevin Corrigan (242), Syracuse's John Desko (189) and Massachusetts' Greg Cannella (174). Asked about the achievement on Wednesday morning, Pietramala was self-deprecating, per usual.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2013
Notre Dame's habit of living dangerously backfired on the team. After registering back-to-back overtime wins against Penn State and North Carolina, the No. 3 Fighting Irish dropped an 8-7 decision to No. 20 Hofstra last Saturday. It is Notre Dame's first loss in four contests, but coach Kevin Corrigan - and perhaps his health - would prefer a few games where the outcome isn't as tight. “If you said to me that I could win every game between now and the end of the year and never come close to anybody, I'd take it, but I don't think that's the case,” he said Monday morning.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2013
No. 4 Notre Dame has the unenviable task of traveling to Durham, N.C., and tangling on Saturday with a Duke squad that dropped a 14-12 decision to then-No. 10 Denver last Saturday and falling four spots in The Sun's rankings to No. 10. If the Blue Devils are incensed about dropping their season opener to the Pioneers and are planning on channeling that fury into Saturday's contest against the Fighting Irish, Notre Dame coach Kevin Corrigan said he is more concerned with Duke's physical skills.
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By Bill Tanton | May 21, 1992
The most interesting weekend of the lacrosse season is coming up and this year the Memorial Day scene is doubly compelling.There's the obvious question going into an NCAA Final Four weekend: Which team, on Memorial Day at Penn's Franklin Field in Philadelphia, is going to be crowned Division I champion?In Saturday's semifinals, No. 1 seed Syracuse will play No. 5 Johns Hopkins, and No. 2 North Carolina goes against No. 3 Princeton. The winners will meet Monday for the title.The other thing that has generated unusual interest is: Who will succeed just retired Jim Adams as coach at Virginia?
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2014
In a city steeped in the lore of the game, the Doyles are greenhorns, a first-generation lacrosse family. But the Towson brood is catching up fast. Four Doyle siblings have earned college lacrosse scholarships, and two - Jack and Conor - were named All-Metro Player of the Year at Gilman. Both now play for No. 9 Notre Dame (6-4), which hosts No. 6 Maryland (9-2) on Saturday. Egging them on in the stands will be their sister Caroline, a star at Notre Dame Prep who'll join her brothers in South Bend, Ind., next year; brother Casey, a seventh-grader at Gilman who also plays lacrosse; and parents Kevin and Grace Doyle, neither one of whom acknowledged the game until their kids did. "To us, lacrosse was always just another sport," Grace Doyle said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2013
Notre Dame has made two Final Fours in the last three years, including reaching the national title game where they fell to Duke in overtime in 2010. Last season, the program lost to eventual NCAA champion Loyola in the national semifinals. Those trips were nice, but coach Kevin Corrigan said he doesn't want his players banking on the past. “I want them to be completely present in the now, and that means for each of them, they need to bring their experiences and everything they've done until now to the present time,” he said.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
The ties between Maryland and Notre Dame in men's lacrosse already run deep. Both Dick and George Corrigan, uncles of Fighting Irish coach Kevin Corrigan, were All-American attackmen for the Terps . On the flip side, Maryland coach John Tillman once interviewed for a job at South Bend. The word Wednesday that Notre Dame will join the Atlantic Coast Conference, in all sports but football and ice hockey, takes things even further. Five times, the schools have met in lacrosse.
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