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March 28, 2013
As a former college baseball coach, I implore Towson University President Maravene S. Loeschke to reconsider her decision to drop the school's baseball and soccer programs ("Ire grows after Towson president cuts two teams," March 24). We all know there are other, fairer solutions that would allow the school to be in compliance with Title IX, but they require more effort on her part. I have coached baseball for 27 years at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, Lafayette College and Penn State University, and I cherished my relationship with Towson University coaches Billy Hunter and Mike Gottlieb.
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NEWS
March 28, 2013
As a former college baseball coach, I implore Towson University President Maravene S. Loeschke to reconsider her decision to drop the school's baseball and soccer programs ("Ire grows after Towson president cuts two teams," March 24). We all know there are other, fairer solutions that would allow the school to be in compliance with Title IX, but they require more effort on her part. I have coached baseball for 27 years at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, Lafayette College and Penn State University, and I cherished my relationship with Towson University coaches Billy Hunter and Mike Gottlieb.
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SPORTS
December 22, 1990
* Age -- 52.* Current position -- Assistant director of academic support programs for all sports at Rutgers University since 1985. Boylan also has handled the commentary on the Rutgers basketball radio network since 1985.* Previous position at Rutgers -- Associate head basketball coach to Tom Young from 1973 to 1985, including the 1975-76 season, when Rutgers went to the Final Four.* Prior basketball coaching positions -- Assistant to Tom Young at American University, 1969-73; varsity coach at Lansdowne High in Baltimore County, 1963-68 (45-25 record)
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 18, 2007
Chandrea Jones scored 17 points, including 13 in the second half, as Syracuse rallied from a 15-point first-half deficit to defeat Coppin State, 69-65, in the Women's National Invitational Championship tournament yesterday in Chapel Hill, N.C. Jones finished 6-for-18 from the field and led four Orange players in double figures. Fantasia Goodwin and Erica Morrow each had 14 and Nicole Michael added 12 for Syracuse (1-0). Shalamar Oakley led Coppin State (2-3) with 20 points, while Rashida Suber had 19 and Sesalie Johnson added 14. Jennifer Matin posted her third double-figure rebounding game of the season with 14. The Orange outscored Coppin State 12-1 from the foul line.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 30, 2003
The number of American students weaving study-abroad sojourns into their college curriculums is continuing to grow, but for many students it now means trips to China or Cuba or Kenya with a professor for a few weeks during vacation - for credit. Interest in programs of less than a semester has been growing since the mid-1980s, and such programs now account for nearly 77,000 students, almost half of all students studying abroad, according to new figures released by the Institute of International Education.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | May 9, 1994
If you watched closely, you may have noticed Katie Hanburger dropping a few hints that she would put together a marvelous senior season at Arundel.And they weren't exactly subtle ones, either.There were the 31 goals and 11 assists that made her the Wildcats' leading scorer as a junior last spring. And the three goals and one assist in last summer's Starlight Express game, which showcased the top 46 incoming high school seniors and attracted more than 40 college coaches."Last year she just bloomed," said Arundel coach Christine Fellona.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1999
Pete Caringi's new, non-mustachioed look suited him well, but that's not what had him smiling as the sun began to set yesterday in Catonsville.The UMBC men's soccer coach got his shave -- the first since adolescence by his account -- as he promised he would do if UMBC won the Northeast Conference championship. The Retrievers did just that, defeating Mount St. Mary's, 2-1, in front of 1,650.P. J. Wakefield's goal from 12 yards won the game for the 19th-ranked Retrievers (19-0-1), who extended their unbeaten streak to 20 games and will play an NCAA tournament play-in game next weekend at Lafayette.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 18, 2007
Chandrea Jones scored 17 points, including 13 in the second half, as Syracuse rallied from a 15-point first-half deficit to defeat Coppin State, 69-65, in the Women's National Invitational Championship tournament yesterday in Chapel Hill, N.C. Jones finished 6-for-18 from the field and led four Orange players in double figures. Fantasia Goodwin and Erica Morrow each had 14 and Nicole Michael added 12 for Syracuse (1-0). Shalamar Oakley led Coppin State (2-3) with 20 points, while Rashida Suber had 19 and Sesalie Johnson added 14. Jennifer Matin posted her third double-figure rebounding game of the season with 14. The Orange outscored Coppin State 12-1 from the foul line.
NEWS
April 29, 2004
John Todd McLane, a retired Navy civilian employee, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease Thursday at Oak Crest Village in Parkville, where he had lived since 1995. The former Arnold resident was 78. Born in Nanticoke, Pa., Mr. McLane served as a Navy photographer from 1943 to 1946 in the Pacific. He then earned a physics degree from Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. He went to work for the Navy, and in 1963 moved to Arnold. He was part of the Naval Ship Research and Design Center team that designed the control system for the Trident-class submarine.
NEWS
September 8, 1992
Raymond A. Bissell, founder of Baltimore Heating & Air Conditioning, died Thursday of heart failure at the Roland Park Retirement Community. He was 83.A private memorial service is to be held at Grace United Methodist Church in North Baltimore, where he had been a member and an usher.Born in East Orange, N.J., Mr. Bissell was a 1930 graduate of Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., where he received his undergraduate degree in economics and was a member of Theta Chi fraternity.He spent most of his career in heating and air conditioning and was national sales promotion manager for Bryant Heating and Air Conditioning in Cleveland before moving to Baltimore.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 30, 2003
The number of American students weaving study-abroad sojourns into their college curriculums is continuing to grow, but for many students it now means trips to China or Cuba or Kenya with a professor for a few weeks during vacation - for credit. Interest in programs of less than a semester has been growing since the mid-1980s, and such programs now account for nearly 77,000 students, almost half of all students studying abroad, according to new figures released by the Institute of International Education.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1999
Pete Caringi's new, non-mustachioed look suited him well, but that's not what had him smiling as the sun began to set yesterday in Catonsville.The UMBC men's soccer coach got his shave -- the first since adolescence by his account -- as he promised he would do if UMBC won the Northeast Conference championship. The Retrievers did just that, defeating Mount St. Mary's, 2-1, in front of 1,650.P. J. Wakefield's goal from 12 yards won the game for the 19th-ranked Retrievers (19-0-1), who extended their unbeaten streak to 20 games and will play an NCAA tournament play-in game next weekend at Lafayette.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | May 9, 1994
If you watched closely, you may have noticed Katie Hanburger dropping a few hints that she would put together a marvelous senior season at Arundel.And they weren't exactly subtle ones, either.There were the 31 goals and 11 assists that made her the Wildcats' leading scorer as a junior last spring. And the three goals and one assist in last summer's Starlight Express game, which showcased the top 46 incoming high school seniors and attracted more than 40 college coaches."Last year she just bloomed," said Arundel coach Christine Fellona.
SPORTS
December 22, 1990
* Age -- 52.* Current position -- Assistant director of academic support programs for all sports at Rutgers University since 1985. Boylan also has handled the commentary on the Rutgers basketball radio network since 1985.* Previous position at Rutgers -- Associate head basketball coach to Tom Young from 1973 to 1985, including the 1975-76 season, when Rutgers went to the Final Four.* Prior basketball coaching positions -- Assistant to Tom Young at American University, 1969-73; varsity coach at Lansdowne High in Baltimore County, 1963-68 (45-25 record)
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 13, 2001
After the worst season in the program's history, Towson University announced it will not renew Ellen Fitzkee's contract, ending her 13-year stint as the Tigers' women's basketball coach. A search for a successor will begin immediately. "We appreciate the many contributions which Coach Fitzkee has made, but feel it's time for a change in the program's leadership," said Dr. Wayne Edwards, Towson's director of athletics. "Coach Fitzkee always represented the university in exemplary fashion.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | February 14, 1993
EASTON, Pa. -- Navy dropped its third overtime game in fou tries this season, losing to Lafayette College, 65-60, yesterday in the Patriot League.Jeff Schoeneck hit the first two baskets in the overtime to propel the Leopards (5-17, 2-8) to the win.The Midshipmen (7-14, 5-6) have lost three straight since winning a pair of road games a week ago.Neither team led by more than six in the second half, but the Midshipmen were on top most of the way until Jon Norton scored with 2:49 remaining to put Lafayette ahead 54-53.
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