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October 2, 2007
Good morning -- Dave Trembley -- Take a deep breath and relax. You haven't lost a game yet in 2008.
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October 2, 2007
Good morning -- Dave Trembley -- Take a deep breath and relax. You haven't lost a game yet in 2008.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | November 30, 2000
In this dreariest of autumns for the team, Navy's Chris Lepore has been a sliver of warm sunshine. A preseason All-America choice by numerous publications, the senior free safety has lived up to the accolades while his team has struggled through what could be only the third winless season in academy history. "It doesn't really matter what my statistics are because the team is 0-10," Lepore said as Navy prepared for its annual showdown with archrival Army on Saturday. "I just want to go out with a win more than anything else.
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By KATHERINE DUNN | May 19, 2007
NO. 5 SEED MARYLAND (16-3) @NO. 4 SEED PENN (15-1) Site: Franklin Field, Philadelphia Time: 1 p.m. Outlook: The Terps are aiming for their first trip to the final four since 2003. They wouldn't mind adding an 11th national championship to their trophy case, either. Standing in their way is this season's fastest-rising team. The Quakers are in the tournament for the first time in 23 years, and they have been ranked as high as No. 2. They swept the Ivy League and have won 12 straight games.
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September 20, 1998
Quote: "That's the first time I have ever seen a pitcher throw that hard and yet be around the plate." -- Mike Barrett of the Expos, making his major-league debut: striking out twice, grounding out and walking against Curt Schilling.It's a fact: Sammy Sosa has hit 50 home runs since the Blue Jays' Roger Clemens last lost a game.Who's hot: The Giants have homered in 17 of their past 19 games.Who's not: The Astros' Jose Lima has allowed 32 home runs.On deck: Roger Maris' family will sing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during the seventh-inning stretch today as part of the Cubs' tribute day to Sosa.
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By KATHERINE DUNN | May 19, 2007
NO. 5 SEED MARYLAND (16-3) @NO. 4 SEED PENN (15-1) Site: Franklin Field, Philadelphia Time: 1 p.m. Outlook: The Terps are aiming for their first trip to the final four since 2003. They wouldn't mind adding an 11th national championship to their trophy case, either. Standing in their way is this season's fastest-rising team. The Quakers are in the tournament for the first time in 23 years, and they have been ranked as high as No. 2. They swept the Ivy League and have won 12 straight games.
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By Don Markus | December 18, 1998
By the numbers2.5 Years it took Arizona guard Josh Pastner to graduate. Pastner will graduate tomorrow and then rejoin the team for a game that night against Iowa State in Las Vegas.5 Atlantic 10 teams shooting under 50 percent.7.7 Seconds remaining when opposing players hit key three-pointers to help beat winless Eastern Michigan. One by Boise State won the game, the other by Colorado State sent the game into overtime. Eastern Michigan also lost a game with five seconds to play.11 Pac-10 players who have missed games because of ankle sprains.
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August 26, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE He said it "We haven't really prepared for a losing streak because we haven't really had one. So we didn't let it get our spirits down." Barry Zito, Athletics pitcher, whose team ended a four-game losing streak On deck Pedro Martinez of the Red Sox makes his first start in two months today, facing the Rangers. NATIONAL LEAGUE He said it "I'll never say an umpire lost a game, but he contributed in this game. I got run because I said I saw it on the replay. There wasn't a cuss word said."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 23, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- The Washington Redskins lost everything but their quarterback yesterday.They lost a game, their bid for a league sack record, their attempt to set a team record for most victories in a season and their chance to lead the league in fewest points allowed.They lost all that in a 24-22 setback at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles before 58,988 roaring fans at Veterans Stadium who didn't seem to realize that this regular-season finale was supposed to be meaningless for both teams.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | November 3, 2005
After losing a 27-25 decision to Glenelg in Game 2 of the Howard County volleyball championship match last night at Centennial to even the score at 1-1, the host Eagles took to the court in Game 3 with the confidence of a champion. You couldn't tell by watching the smiling and relaxed Eagles that they had just lost a tough game that included 15 ties, but Centennial won Game 3, 25-21, and then took the 2005 county title by rolling, 25-14, in Game 4. "We could have easily given up right after the second game, but we have confidence in our abilities and we just pushed really hard and kept the pressure on them," said senior hitter and tri-captain Allison Cappelaere who had seven kills, five aces and 10 digs.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | November 3, 2005
After losing a 27-25 decision to Glenelg in Game 2 of the Howard County volleyball championship match last night at Centennial to even the score at 1-1, the host Eagles took to the court in Game 3 with the confidence of a champion. You couldn't tell by watching the smiling and relaxed Eagles that they had just lost a tough game that included 15 ties, but Centennial won Game 3, 25-21, and then took the 2005 county title by rolling, 25-14, in Game 4. "We could have easily given up right after the second game, but we have confidence in our abilities and we just pushed really hard and kept the pressure on them," said senior hitter and tri-captain Allison Cappelaere who had seven kills, five aces and 10 digs.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2004
The help that figured to be on the way from a couple of Ravens on the physically-unable-to-perform list may have to wait. Because of injuries to tight end Todd Heap and left tackle Jonathan Ogden, the Ravens are in no hurry to allow quarterback Anthony Wright and linebacker Peter Boulware to begin practicing. The team still has a couple of weeks before it must decide whether to remove the players from the PUP list and allow them to practice or place them on injured reserve for the rest of the season.
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August 26, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE He said it "We haven't really prepared for a losing streak because we haven't really had one. So we didn't let it get our spirits down." Barry Zito, Athletics pitcher, whose team ended a four-game losing streak On deck Pedro Martinez of the Red Sox makes his first start in two months today, facing the Rangers. NATIONAL LEAGUE He said it "I'll never say an umpire lost a game, but he contributed in this game. I got run because I said I saw it on the replay. There wasn't a cuss word said."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | November 30, 2000
In this dreariest of autumns for the team, Navy's Chris Lepore has been a sliver of warm sunshine. A preseason All-America choice by numerous publications, the senior free safety has lived up to the accolades while his team has struggled through what could be only the third winless season in academy history. "It doesn't really matter what my statistics are because the team is 0-10," Lepore said as Navy prepared for its annual showdown with archrival Army on Saturday. "I just want to go out with a win more than anything else.
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By Don Markus | December 18, 1998
By the numbers2.5 Years it took Arizona guard Josh Pastner to graduate. Pastner will graduate tomorrow and then rejoin the team for a game that night against Iowa State in Las Vegas.5 Atlantic 10 teams shooting under 50 percent.7.7 Seconds remaining when opposing players hit key three-pointers to help beat winless Eastern Michigan. One by Boise State won the game, the other by Colorado State sent the game into overtime. Eastern Michigan also lost a game with five seconds to play.11 Pac-10 players who have missed games because of ankle sprains.
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By NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | November 16, 1998
INDIANAPOLIS -- Fifteen minutes after the New York Jets lost a game they couldn't lose, Bill Parcells stood at a podium outside the locker room, trying to explain the unexplainable. His flushed face was covered with streams of sweat, and his words were doused with venom. He took "hot and bothered" to a new level."This is as disappointed as I've been since I've been here," the Jets coach said after yesterday's stunning 24-23 loss to the previously 1-8 Colts at the RCA Dome. "It makes me sick."
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1997
WASHINGTON -- After his team's 66-62 win over Penn last night, George Washington coach Mike Jarvis characterized the performance as a shrewd act of self-preservation."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 7, 1997
With a much-needed bye week ahead of them and a painful loss to the rival Pittsburgh Steelers behind them, the Ravens will spend the next few days revisiting some fundamentals to help them regain a winning touch.Ravens coach Ted Marchibroda lamented the team's inability to make a big defensive play throughout a nightmarish second half, in which the Steelers erased a 17-point deficit by scoring 35 points en route to a 42-34 victory. He said cornerback Antonio Langham needs to bounce back from a rough day during which he was beaten for two touchdowns and several other key completions.
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September 20, 1998
Quote: "That's the first time I have ever seen a pitcher throw that hard and yet be around the plate." -- Mike Barrett of the Expos, making his major-league debut: striking out twice, grounding out and walking against Curt Schilling.It's a fact: Sammy Sosa has hit 50 home runs since the Blue Jays' Roger Clemens last lost a game.Who's hot: The Giants have homered in 17 of their past 19 games.Who's not: The Astros' Jose Lima has allowed 32 home runs.On deck: Roger Maris' family will sing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during the seventh-inning stretch today as part of the Cubs' tribute day to Sosa.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1997
WASHINGTON -- After his team's 66-62 win over Penn last night, George Washington coach Mike Jarvis characterized the performance as a shrewd act of self-preservation."
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