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By From Staff Reports | January 6, 1995
ATLANTA -- Kisha Ford (Bryn Mawr) scored 23 points in 37 minutes as Georgia Tech defeated Maryland, 82-59, in an Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball game last night.Ford, a Baltimore Sun girls Player of the Year in 1992-93, went 9-for-21 from the field, including two three-pointers, for the Yellow Jackets (8-4, 1-0).Freshman Stephanie Cross led Maryland (7-5, 0-2) with 19 points. Nina Ohman added 12.Maryland, which shot 33 percent in the first half, trailed 39-25 at halftime.
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By Larry Hogan | April 17, 2012
This year, the most curious moment of the legislative session was not the budgetary train wreck on its fractious final day but at a most unusual rally a week before. A crowd of wind energy activists converged on the State House. Surreal chants of "All we are saying is give wind a chance" permeated the air. Gov.Martin O'Malleywas there to greet them, like a minister addressing the faithful. Of course, reasonable people can disagree over the wisdom of the governor's unsuccessful wind energy proposal.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 16, 2000
Svetlana Volnaya scored 17 of her 28 points in the second half to lift Virginia over Maryland, 76-68, yesterday in an Atlantic Coast Conference game in Charlottesville, Va. Tiffany Brown led Maryland (10-6, 2-4) with 25 points, including six three-pointers. Maryland led by four at halftime, but the Cavaliers (12-4, 4-1) started the second half with a 7-2 run to take a 39-34 lead. The lead changed hands several times over the next 10: 18 before Volnaya's running jumper put the Cavaliers ahead to stay, 64-61, with 7: 03 left.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | December 4, 2008
COLLEGE PARK - Coming off its biggest defeat in four years and one of the worst in the two decades since coach Gary Williams returned to his alma mater, Maryland needed something to evaporate the memory of the 27-point evisceration the Terps took at the hands of Georgetown on Sunday in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Would Michigan comply? Would Maryland compete? The Wolverines didn't roll over last night at Comcast Center, but the Terps recovered - Greivis Vasquez in particular. The mercurial junior guard, who had only two points against the Hoyas, led Maryland (5-2)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 4, 1996
ATLANTA -- Maryland shot 30.8 percent and was held to eight points in the second half yesterday, helping Georgia Tech to a 59-30 victory in an Atlantic Coast Conference women's game.The Yellow Jackets (12-7, 3-7) were led by a game-high 24 points from Carla Munnion and Kathy Dortch (10 points, 14 rebounds) )) and Bryn Mawr graduate Kisha Ford (13 points, 10 rebounds).Kelley Gibson led Maryland (8-11, 2-7) with 14 points.Georgia Tech held the Terps without a basket in the opening 10:08 of the second half, when the Yellow Jackets built a 35-22 lead.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | July 27, 1992
To get an idea of how lopsided Pennsylvania's victory was over Maryland in their final Big 33 Football Classic matchup Saturday night, consider the awards given during the post-game ceremony at Hersheypark Stadium.Each team had one Most Valuable Player. Pennsylvania's Anthony Hardy earned his recognition with the game's most electrifying performance. His 91-yard touchdown reception on the first play from scrimmage started a long night for Maryland. Six minutes later, Hardy's 74-yard punt return gave Pennsylvania a 21-0 lead and essentially finished Maryland.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | July 27, 1992
To get an idea of how lopsided Pennsylvania's victory was over Maryland in its final Big 33 Football Classic matchup Saturday night, consider the awards given during the post-game ceremony at Hersheypark Stadium.Each team had one Most Valuable Player. Pennsylvania's Anthony Hardy earned his recognition with the game's most electrifying performance. His 91-yard touchdown reception on the first play from scrimmage started a long night for Maryland. Six minutes later, Hardy's 74-yard punt return gave Pennsylvania a 21-0 lead and essentially finished Maryland.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | May 4, 2006
Maryland junior Ekene Ibekwe has declared for the NBA draft, according to a list of players released by the league, but he is expected to withdraw before the June 18 deadline and return for his senior year with the Terps. Maryland guard D.J. Strawberry is not on the list for the June 28 draft. Ibekwe, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Carson, Calif., led Maryland with 6.6 rebounds a game and averaged 11.1 points last season. Also, Maryland officially announced yesterday that former assistant coach Rob Moxley had accepted a position as associate head coach at the University of Charlotte.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | July 2, 2000
FAIRFAX, Va. - Derek Wake of DeMatha earned Most Valuable Player honors with three sacks and a fumble recovery, and reserve quarterback DuJuan Crockett of Potomac led Maryland offensively in a 31-10 rout of Northern Virginia in last night's Super 44 All-Star Football Game before 6,832 at W.T. Woodson's stadium. Crockett replaced University of Maryland-bound Chris Kelley, who left the game with a possible torn anterior cruciate ligament to his left knee in the first quarter. Crockett completed 10 of 17 passes for 122 yards and one touchdown to Potomac's Glen Thomas.
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By Neil Best and Neil Best,Newsday | December 31, 1990
NEW YORK -- In an ordinary season, the championship of the ECAC Holiday Festival would be little more than a pleasant diversion for Maryland on its way to higher-stakes battles in the Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA tournaments. But this isn't an ordinary season.Saddled with sanctions that will keep it out of the ACC tournament this March and the NCAAs both this March and next, the Terrapins celebrated their 78-69 upset of No. 12 South Carolina in Saturday night's Festival championship game with enough gusto to last them until March.
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By Andrew A. Green and Andrew A. Green,Sun reporter | March 26, 2007
Maryland's "structural deficit" - a roughly $1.4 billion shortfall between revenues and expenditures expected to persist for the next several years - can be traced back to two decisions the state government made in the past several years: passage of an income tax cut and a record education spending plan. Ever since Gov. Martin O'Malley and Maryland lawmakers arrived in Annapolis this year for the legislative session, they have talked almost obsessively about ways to fix the budget gap - a solution that will almost certainly mean higher taxes next year.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | May 4, 2006
Maryland junior Ekene Ibekwe has declared for the NBA draft, according to a list of players released by the league, but he is expected to withdraw before the June 18 deadline and return for his senior year with the Terps. Maryland guard D.J. Strawberry is not on the list for the June 28 draft. Ibekwe, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Carson, Calif., led Maryland with 6.6 rebounds a game and averaged 11.1 points last season. Also, Maryland officially announced yesterday that former assistant coach Rob Moxley had accepted a position as associate head coach at the University of Charlotte.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | November 25, 2005
LAHAINA, Hawaii -- It wasn't difficult to spot 7-foot-1 center Will Bowers plodding around one of the four pools here at the Westin Maui Resort and Spa, wearing a red Maryland visor and with a towel draped around his neck. As it turned out, a 2-1 finish in the Maui Invitational gave the men's basketball team a little time to relax. In between, there was some time to think. Bowers and a few of his teammates sat in lounge chairs around the pool Monday night after the Terps' 88-76 loss to No. 9-ranked Gonzaga, the eventual tournament runner-up.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | October 26, 2005
College Park -- It's not as if Maryland's backup quarterback can't beat a team the caliber of 10th-ranked Florida State. Joel Statham has already done that, in last year's 20-17 upset of the Seminoles. It's just not the ideal situation for coach Ralph Friedgen heading into Saturday's pivotal game against the Atlantic Division-leading Seminoles. In Tallahassee. On Florida State's homecoming. "I want to have Sam," Friedgen said yesterday of his injured starting quarterback, junior Sam Hollenbach.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2005
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- When they boarded a plane in North Carolina three days earlier, just hours removed from a disastrous 34-point loss to the No. 3 Tar Heels, the Maryland Terrapins were humbled, embarrassed, and even a little shell-shocked. It's pretty safe to say similar feelings accompanied the Terps on their trip back from Winston-Salem early this morning. Again falling flat against one of the nation's elite teams and an Atlantic Coast Conference foe, the Terps were handled last night by fourth-ranked Wake Forest, 81-66, at the Lawrence Joel Coliseum.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - More than two months ago, Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen stood before a throng of media and gave a speech that seemed to be full of coaching cliches. We're a young team, he said. There are going to be growing pains. We're faced with a tremendous challenge, he added, and it's impossible to predict how we'll react to adversity. This season could be the biggest challenge I've faced in my thirty-plus years as a coach. For the most part, Friedgen's words were met with a collective yawn.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 21, 1996
COLLEGE PARK - The Maryland women's lacrosse team makes winning seem so effortless.The Terps laugh on the sidelines, smack sticks after scoring goals and basically shrug off blown defensive assignments or overthrown passes.Maryland's carefree attitude is the result of winning a school-record 22 straight games, including a 16-5 rout of No. 6 Virginia yesterday at AstroTurf Field.The Terps (5-0), who are ranked No. 1 by Lacrosse magazine and have outscored opponents by a combined score of 76-15, haven't dropped a regular-season game since a two-goal loss to the Cavaliers on March 23, 1993 a 42-game span.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
RALEIGH, N.C. - The NCAA tournament committee will need to add another ACC team back on its list of potential invitees - the Maryland Terrapins. With their hopes of gaining an 11th straight bid fading badly and a 17-point first-half lead on 16th-ranked North Carolina State vanished, the Terrapins somehow found their resolve at the raucous RBC Center last night, pulling out a stunning 70-69 upset and putting themselves in great position to extend their...
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