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By Sports Digest | December 16, 2009
Michael Jarboe scored a career-high 17 points, including a career-best five 3-pointers and the go-ahead free throws with 2:37 to play, to help host McDaniel to a 67-62 victory over Lebanon Valley in a nonconference game. The Green Terror (5-2) used a 16-4 run late in the game to overcome a 56-51 deficit with 4:46 to play en route to its largest offensive output of the season. Miguel Jones (North County) also had 17 points. Zach Kebetz led the Flying Dutchmen (5-4) with 14 points off the bench.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2014
Stevenson has already beaten one of two teams that shared last year's Middle Atlantic Conference title and will go for the sweep with a visit to Lycoming on Saturday. The Mustangs (4-0, 3-0 in the league) defeated Lebanon Valley, 20-14, two weeks ago, but coach Ed Hottle admitted that tangling with the Warriors, who have won 15 league championships, is the litmus test of the season. “They're the big dog in the conference,” Hottle said Wednesday. “They're the defending conference champion, and they're the team we aspire to be. They're perennially very good in the conference, they're well-coached, they're big and physical, they don't make mistakes.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | February 26, 1993
Mike Rhoades and John Harper sparked a second-half Lebanon Valley rally, as the Flying Dutchmen ended Johns Hopkins' 13-game winning streak with a 58-54 victory over the host Blue Jays in a Middle Atlantic Conference South Division semifinal last night.Lebanon Valley (17-9, tied for fifth in Middle Atlantic Region rankings) advances to the MAC South championship tomorrow at Franklin & Marshall, a 67-52 winner over Widener in the other semifinal last night.Johns Hopkins (19-6 overall, third in Middle Atlantic rankings)
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Sports Digest | May 11, 2014
baltimoresun.com/nascar Major League Lacrosse Bayhawks fall, 12-7, on road despite Turner's 17 saves Goalkeeper Kip Turner (Severn) was spectacular at times in making 17 saves, but several lengthy offensive droughts doomed the Chesapeake Bayhawks in a 12-7 loss to the host Charlotte Hounds on Saturday. Midfielder Peet Poillon (UMBC), who was making his season debut, scored two goals for Chesapeake, which put less than half its shots (17 of 35) on goal. Attackman Brendan Mundorf (UMBC)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | January 6, 1994
The three-point shots should come fast and furious when Western Maryland College's men's basketball team gets back in action tomorrow night at Lebanon Valley's Rinso Marquette Invitational in Annville, Pa.The Green Terrors will open against Delaware Valley at 6, with host Lebanon Valley taking on Oneonta State at 8.Delaware Valley is 0-7 but hasn't been bashful about it. The Aggies put up 165 three-point attempts -- 23.6 a game -- in the seven losses.The...
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By John Stewart | September 14, 1991
Lebanon Valley blocked an extra point attempt by Johns Hopkins' Marzio Trotta with 26 seconds left to preserve a 19-19 tie at Homewood Field last night.Trotta had another chance to win it 22 seconds later, as the Blue Jays moved to the Flying Dutchmen's 23-yard line following a pass interception. However, the senior's attempted 40-yard field goal try was short and off to the left.Hopkins crammed most of its excitement into the last 2 minutes, 52 seconds, driving 87 yards for the tying touchdown when quarterback John Guglielmo passed to Lou Angelos in the end zone.
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN REPORTER | January 18, 2006
Have baby hook, will travel -- and score points in bunches. That is Monica Johnson's motto at Lebanon Valley College this season as the former Randallstown standout attempts to speed up the team's rebuilding process. "My favorite shot is a left-handed baby hook," said Johnson, who can score with either hand. "I like power. Just take the ball in for a powerful layup. I like to show my presence from the beginning of the game." The 5-foot-10 junior power forward is 10th in the nation in Division III women's basketball scoring with a 21.5 average as well as ranking 38th in rebounding at 10.7.
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By John W. Stewart | September 14, 1991
Tom Kennedy, a defensive lineman for Lebanon Valley, blocked an extra-point attempt by Johns Hopkins' Marzio Trotta with 26 seconds left to preserve a 19-19 tie at Homewood Field last night.Trotta had another chance to win it 22 seconds later, as the Blue Jays moved to the Flying Dutchmen's 23-yard line after a pass interception. However, the senior's 40-yard field-goal try was short and wide left.Although he had missed on one of two earlier conversion attempts, the distance was not out of Trotta's range, as he had a career-best of 39 yards last year.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | March 5, 1993
Last week, the Lebanon Valley basketball team came south and snatched a win away from Johns Hopkins in the semifinal round of the Middle Atlantic Conference playoffs.Last night, with just a bit more on the line, the Dutchmen came back into the Newton H. White Athletic Center, made up a 10-point second-half deficit and beat the Blue Jays, 53-49, in the opening round of the NCAA Division III tournament.Sophomore reserve Jason Say had 15 points for the game and 11 points in the decisive second-half drive that pushed Lebanon Valley, the fifth seed in the Middle Atlantic region, into a game tomorrow at Scranton.
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November 17, 1991
Head coach: Kathy Nelson, second yearAssistant coach: Lynn SmithLast year's record: 6-19 overall, 2-8 and fifth in the Middle Atlantic Conference Southwest SectionTop returnees: Seniors -- guards Sandy Fauser, Danielle Fetters, Pam Grove, Paula Ritter, forwards Kathryn Ford, Dawn Hickman; junior -- forward Jan Ogurcak; sophomore -- forward Tricia LivingoodTop newcomers: Freshmen -- guards KarenDick, Joda Glossner, Jennifer Short, Heather Willard, forward/guard Michelle...
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Sports Digest | April 13, 2014
Running Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va. Former U.S. Army runner Steven Henry of Odenton won the Marine Corps 17.75K on Saturday in Prince William County, Va. Henry covered the twisting 11.03-mile course through Prince William Forest Park in 1 hour, 4 minutes, 25 seconds. "I guess I am in a lot better shape than I thought I was," joked Henry, 38, a retired infantry soldier and five-time Marine Corps Marathon finisher who previously completed the marathon while a member of the Army's running team.
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From Sun staff reports | February 11, 2014
Senior forward Jerrelle Benimon posted his nation-best 16th doubledouble Monday, with 17 points and 16 rebounds. But he shot 4-for-12 and went 9-for-14 overall from the free-throw line, as the Tigers (16-9,7-3 Colonial Athletic Association) lost to UNC-Wilmington, 66-53, losing ground on Delaware in the CAA standings. The Tigers shot just 15 percent from 3-point range and 35 percent from the field, while the Seahawks (7-19, 1-10 CAA) shot 39 percent from beyond the arc and 41 percent overall.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2013
Eleven different players scored a goal in No. 4 Stevenson's 23-7 shellacking of Lebanon Valley in a Middle Atlantic Conference tournament semifinal Wednesday night. That kind of diversity has not been limited to just one game. For the second year in a row, the Mustangs have 10 players who have each scored 10 goals this season and boast an offense that entered the week ranked sixth in Division III in scoring with a 15.6 goals-per-game average. (That average was raised to 16.0 after the victory over the Dutchmen.)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 1, 2013
Goalkeeper Dimitri Pecunes started in Stevenson's 26-5 shellacking of Lycoming last Saturday, but played just the first quarter and did not record the win. The Baltimore native and Calvert Hall graduate is expected to play much longer in the team's home contest against Lebanon Valley in Wednesday night's semifinal of the Middle Atlantic Conference tournament. Coach Paul Cantabene said the sprained AC joint in Pecunes' shoulder that sidelined the freshman for three games is no longer an issue.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2013
Stevenson's home contest against No. 8 Lynchburg will be the No. 5 Mustangs' first against a ranked opponent since a 7-6 loss to No. 6 Tufts on March 19. Since that setback, Stevenson walloped Hood and Lebanon Valley by respective scores of 22-3 and 19-4, but coach Paul Cantabene is eager to see how the team will respond to the challenge that the Hornets pose. “It'll be nice to see,” he said Thursday. “I think they did a good job of playing much better and more consistent in games.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2011
More than anything, Widener junior guard BJ Smith's college basketball career to this point is defined by impeccable timing. While most players only dream about draining a desperation shot at the buzzer to carry a team to victory, Smith, an Overlea High grad, has lived it. Not once, but twice. His most recent heroics came on the Pride's home court in Chester, Pa., on Jan. 15 when he banked home a 65-foot heave that completed an improbable last-minute rally to beat Commonwealth Conference rival Lebanon Valley, 71-70.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 7, 2004
Tamika Rogers is right. "I'm doing it all," Rogers said cheerfully Monday after listening on the telephone to her accomplishments for Lebanon Valley College at last weekend's Rinso Marquette Invitational basketball tournament in Annville, Pa. In the championship game Saturday, the 5-foot-11 Rogers (Milford Mill) scored a team-high 19 points and had nine rebounds, two blocks, two steals and two assists as the team beat York College, 76-72, in overtime. Rogers hit the deciding basket with 34 seconds left in overtime when she converted a three-point play for a 74-72 lead.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2001
Jon-David Byers often put on basketball shooting clinics at Westminster High School, and on many nights he was unstoppable. Sure, there were dreams of a major college basketball career. But those high hopes were dashed when he stopped growing at 5 feet 10. "I had to deal with the cards that were dealt me," said Byers Monday night from Annville, Pa., where he is a freshman point guard for Division III Lebanon Valley College. "I'm not playing for money or to fill the stands. I'm just playing for the fun of it."
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | January 16, 2011
Junior BJ Smith ( Overlea) banked in a 65-foot shot at the buzzer, completing Widener's rally from a 16-point second-half deficit for a 71-70 Commonwealth Conference victory over visiting Lebanon Valley on Saturday. Smith made a 3-pointer from the left corner with 2.3 seconds to bring the Pride (9-6, 4-1) to within two, then Sam Diaz missed the front end of a one-and-one that could have iced the game for the Dutchmen (9-6, 1-4). Senior Jarrell Nelson grabbed the rebound and gave the ball on the right side to Smith, who made the buzzer-beater, giving Widener its first lead since 8-7 with 14:24 left in the first half.
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By Sports Digest | December 16, 2009
Michael Jarboe scored a career-high 17 points, including a career-best five 3-pointers and the go-ahead free throws with 2:37 to play, to help host McDaniel to a 67-62 victory over Lebanon Valley in a nonconference game. The Green Terror (5-2) used a 16-4 run late in the game to overcome a 56-51 deficit with 4:46 to play en route to its largest offensive output of the season. Miguel Jones (North County) also had 17 points. Zach Kebetz led the Flying Dutchmen (5-4) with 14 points off the bench.
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