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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 4, 2003
Calvert Hall junior attackman Kevin Huntley drew two St. Mary's defenders as he sprinted to the right of the Saints' goalie, spotted teammate Nick Williams in a goal-bound sprint, and swiftly threaded a pass that the senior midfielder flicked past the stymied keeper with one, smooth swing of his lacrosse stick. Similar sequences have become all-too familiar to the opponents of Calvert Hall, winner of six straight games and 10 of its past 11. The Cardinals (14-3) are ranked No. 1 in The Sun for the first time since 1987.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Reporter | May 30, 2008
A little more than two days after scoring a career-high six goals in Monday's NCAA men's final loss to Syracuse, Johns Hopkins senior Paul Rabil was being celebrated as the No. 1 pick in the Major Lacrosse League draft. The Boston Cannons on Wednesday night selected Rabil, who scored a team-high 36 goals and had 14 assists. He was a three-time first-team U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-American and the 2007 McLaughlin Award winner as the nation's top midfielder. He joined Kyle Harrison (2005)
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May 29, 2003
Player of the Year: Kevin Huntley, Calvert Hall Coach of the Year: Bryan Kelly, Calvert Hall First team Name School Class Position Andrew Baird Loyola Junior Attack Kyle Batton Dulaney Senior Attack Gavin Gill St. Paul's Sophomore Attack Kevin Huntley Calvert Hall Junior Attack Ben Rubeor Loyola Junior Attack Jay Feeley Dulaney Senior Midfield Matt Eckerl Calvert Hall Senior Midfield Adam Hagelin Boys' Latin Senior Midfield Travis Holmes McDonogh...
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | May 26, 2008
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- History has already been assured. When No. 5 seed Johns Hopkins (11-5) and No. 3 seed Syracuse (15-2) meet in the NCAA Division I tournament championship game today at 1 p.m. at Gillette Stadium, one of those teams will walk away as the first lacrosse program in NCAA history to capture 10 national titles. Although the NCAA forced Syracuse to vacate its 1990 crown because of violations, the Orange is widely recognized as having won nine championships. So today's outcome will result in a distinction unlike any other for these storied schools.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Reporter | May 30, 2008
A little more than two days after scoring a career-high six goals in Monday's NCAA men's final loss to Syracuse, Johns Hopkins senior Paul Rabil was being celebrated as the No. 1 pick in the Major Lacrosse League draft. The Boston Cannons on Wednesday night selected Rabil, who scored a team-high 36 goals and had 14 assists. He was a three-time first-team U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-American and the 2007 McLaughlin Award winner as the nation's top midfielder. He joined Kyle Harrison (2005)
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By EDWARD LEE | May 11, 2008
Hofstra (9-5) @ Johns Hopkins (8-5) Site -- Homewood Field Time, TV -- 2:30 p.m., ESPNU Outlook -- The Blue Jays have distanced themselves from their five-game losing skid with a five-game winning streak to end the regular season and earn the fifth seed - the 12th consecutive year that Hopkins has been awarded a top five seed. Senior attackman Kevin Huntley (26 goals and eight assists) powers the Blue Jays' attack, while senior midfielder Stephen Peyser has already set a career high in goals with 18. Hopkins has not lost at home in the first round since 1990 and is 3-0 against Hofstra in the postseason.
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By Gary Lambrecht | May 21, 2005
Division I quarterfinals No. 1 Johns Hopkins (13-0) vs. No. 8 Massachusetts (13-2) Time: Noon Site: Homewood Field Outlook: UMass, which is looking for its first final four berth, started its tournament run by knocking off Syracuse for the second time this season, denying the Orange a trip to the semifinals for the first time since 1982. The Minutemen are loaded on offense. Senior attackman Jeff Zywicki (42 goals) and junior attackman Sean Morris, who averages 4.5 points and is fourth in the nation in scoring, lead a unit that has averaged 13.8 goals during the team's eight-game winning streak.
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By Edward Lee | May 25, 2008
A recap of Johns Hopkins' 10-9 win over Duke yesterday: Turning point Five seconds after senior defenseman Nick O'Hara scored to lift the Blue Devils to an 8-8 tie with 7:07 left in the fourth quarter, O'Hara was flagged for cross-checking. With O'Hara serving a one-minute penalty, Blue Jays sophomore midfielder Michael Kimmel (Loyola) found a cutting Steven Boyle for a goal with 6:39 left to give Johns Hopkins a lead it would not relinquish. Gvozden's a gamer Reviving memories of two-time Most Outstanding Player Jesse Schwartzman, sophomore goalkeeper Michael Gvozden (Severna Park)
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April 7, 2004
BOYS Joe Pike McDonogh, lacrosse The junior goalkeeper led the then-No. 7 Eagles to a 6-5 upset of then-No. 1 Calvert Hall on Friday by making 18 saves and shutting out high-scoring Kevin Huntley (23 goals). Pike made 15 saves in Tuesday's 9-6 victory over Boys' Latin, then ranked fifth. And Saturday, the second-year varsity starter made 15 saves in an 11-7 win over Cherry Creek of Colorado. Pike saved 76 percent of the shots on goal for the week. "That's a remarkable save percentage," said Eagles coach Jake Reed.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2002
Having lost seven starters to graduation, among them two proven scorers and one of the nation's best goalies, Severn's boys lacrosse team was supposed to be a pushover this year. At least, that was the talk on the World Wide Web. "The kids read that stuff on the Internet how people don't respect us. They hear it at college lacrosse games," said Admirals coach Jamie McNealey. "They've just taken it in quietly, gone out on the field and proven themselves." The No. 5 Admirals made believers of No. 7 Calvert Hall yesterday, overcoming a third-period deficit, a dense fog and a slick, muddy field to win their third straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game, 11-10.
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By Edward Lee | May 25, 2008
A recap of Johns Hopkins' 10-9 win over Duke yesterday: Turning point Five seconds after senior defenseman Nick O'Hara scored to lift the Blue Devils to an 8-8 tie with 7:07 left in the fourth quarter, O'Hara was flagged for cross-checking. With O'Hara serving a one-minute penalty, Blue Jays sophomore midfielder Michael Kimmel (Loyola) found a cutting Steven Boyle for a goal with 6:39 left to give Johns Hopkins a lead it would not relinquish. Gvozden's a gamer Reviving memories of two-time Most Outstanding Player Jesse Schwartzman, sophomore goalkeeper Michael Gvozden (Severna Park)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN REPORTER | May 22, 2008
On April 12, the longest losing streak in the history of Johns Hopkins lacrosse ended with the Blue Jays defeating Maryland. Members of the Blue Jays' coaching staff were relieved not just because it kept their team's NCAA Division I playoff hopes alive, but also because they were running out of ways to keep the team motivated. "Like Cal Ripken, we kept changing our batting stances," Hopkins assistant coach Bill Dwan said. "As a staff, you keep wondering, `What can we do to make this better?
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | May 17, 2008
Stephen Peyser has found his nirvana. The Johns Hopkins senior midfielder has grown into his role as a team captain. He has fallen for the city that surrounds the school's campus. And Peyser is at peace with being left out of the media spotlight that tends to focus on classmates like midfielder Paul Rabil, attackman Kevin Huntley and defenseman Matt Bocklet. "That happens in sports all the time. You don't get credit for everything, but that's the way it goes," Peyser said. "I'm not necessarily the offensive gun that Paul or Kevin Huntley is. But we've had so much success as a program that individually, [media attention]
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By EDWARD LEE | May 11, 2008
Hofstra (9-5) @ Johns Hopkins (8-5) Site -- Homewood Field Time, TV -- 2:30 p.m., ESPNU Outlook -- The Blue Jays have distanced themselves from their five-game losing skid with a five-game winning streak to end the regular season and earn the fifth seed - the 12th consecutive year that Hopkins has been awarded a top five seed. Senior attackman Kevin Huntley (26 goals and eight assists) powers the Blue Jays' attack, while senior midfielder Stephen Peyser has already set a career high in goals with 18. Hopkins has not lost at home in the first round since 1990 and is 3-0 against Hofstra in the postseason.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | April 20, 2008
As modest as the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team's two-game winning streak might seem, it has accomplished one thing: burying the memory of that five-game losing slide. The No. 6 Blue Jays' 12-5 defeat of No. 10 Navy at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis yesterday has breathed new life into a team some fans and observers thought to be dead after dropping five straight games just two weeks earlier. Back-to-back wins over in-state rivals Maryland last week and now the Midshipmen, however, have had a healing effect on Johns Hopkins (5-5)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | March 2, 2008
Sometimes in life, 10 seconds of your day can set the tone for all that's soon to come. Ten seconds. It's little more than a blink. It's barely enough time for the fastest men in the world to run 100 meters. You could hardly recite a short poem, play a guitar riff, or even read to the end of this paragraph in 10 seconds. Yet that was all the time it took yesterday at M&T Bank Stadium for Johns Hopkins to assert itself against Princeton in the Face-Off Classic. The Blue Jays controlled the ball in the opening seconds, and midfielder Michael Kimmel (Loyola)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | May 17, 2008
Stephen Peyser has found his nirvana. The Johns Hopkins senior midfielder has grown into his role as a team captain. He has fallen for the city that surrounds the school's campus. And Peyser is at peace with being left out of the media spotlight that tends to focus on classmates like midfielder Paul Rabil, attackman Kevin Huntley and defenseman Matt Bocklet. "That happens in sports all the time. You don't get credit for everything, but that's the way it goes," Peyser said. "I'm not necessarily the offensive gun that Paul or Kevin Huntley is. But we've had so much success as a program that individually, [media attention]
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By Jeremy Licht and Danny Baker and Jeremy Licht and Danny Baker,SUN STAFF | June 27, 2003
Canadians in maple leaf-laden clothes, color-coordinated Australians and singing Englishmen provided an international flavor at the opening ceremonies of the 2003 Under-19 World Lacrosse Championships last night in Towson. A crowd of about 500 cheered the 16 teams, representing 10 nations, at Minnegan Field at Towson Stadium, kicking off the 10-day event. Officials of lacrosse's various governing bodies welcomed players, fans and officials to the Baltimore area for the first-ever combined men's and women's under-19 championships.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN REPORTER | May 30, 2007
To put itself in position to win the ninth NCAA championship in school history, the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team had to attack the flaws that sent the Blue Jays into a midseason tailspin that threatened their tournament hopes. During the nine-game, season-closing winning streak that culminated with Monday's 12-11 victory over Duke at M&T Bank Stadium, the Blue Jays got better in all phases of the game and saw fine leaders emerge among the junior class, led by midfielders Paul Rabil and Stephen Peyser.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun reporter | March 17, 2007
It was only a few weeks ago that Johns Hopkins freshman midfielder Michael Kimmel sat in his dorm room with roommate and fellow rookie Steven Boyle, dreaming about the possibilities that seem so modest now. "I remember us talking before the season about how it would be really cool to get in a game every once in a while, maybe if we have a big lead," Kimmel said. "If we were lucky, maybe one of us would score a goal or have an assist." Four games into the season, the freshman duo that Blue Jays coach Dave Pietramala has dubbed "Jekyll and Hyde" is way ahead of schedule.
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