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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | July 11, 1992
Each Navy basketball loss added to the frustration of Mark Majick and Derrick Wall, two former high school stars who did their best to offer each other support while enduring a 6-22 season."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | July 11, 1992
Each Navy basketball loss added to the frustration of Mark Majick and Derrick Wall, two former high school stars who did their best to offer each other support while enduring a 6-22 season."
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By Special to The Sun | February 2, 1992
NEW YORK -- Jean Prioleau scored 25 points and Fred Herzog added 23 points and 17 rebounds, as Fordham sent Navy down to its sixth straight defeat, 81-75, in Patriot League action yesterday at Rose Hill Gymnasium in the Bronx.Navy was called for 26 fouls, and Fordham, 14. The disparity resulted in the Rams converting 29 of 39 free throws, to six of 11 for the visitors. "It's awfully tough to win when they shoot 39 free throws and we only shoot 11," said Navy coach Pete Herrmann.The Midshipmen were led by three freshmen -- Derrick Wall, 18 points; Mark Majick, 17; and Brian Cochran, a career-high 13."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 8, 1992
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- It wasn't even close this time. Navy couldn't give Fordham a game.After bowing to Fordham by six and five points in their regular-season meetings, Navy was crushed by the Rams, 77-59, last night in the opening round of the Patriot League tournament."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 23, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- Navy gave a classic demonstration last night of how the loss of key players can devastate a team.Chuck Robinson, a 6-foot-5 junior and Navy's third-leading rebounder, spent the night on the bench with a hip pointer, suffered two days ago in practice.Nick Marusich, a 6-9 senior and the team's No. 1 rebounder, spent all but the first three minutes on the bench with an injured shoulder. He hurt it in practice, then aggravated it in the opening minutes and told coach Pete Herrmann he "couldn't go."
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By Special to The Sun | January 16, 1992
HAMILTON, N.Y. -- Brennan Lothery hit a short jumper with four seconds remaining to lift Colgate to a 78-76 victory over Navy in a Patriot League game last night.Navy led 67-59 with 6 minutes, 10 seconds to play, but the Red Raiders tied it, then went on to a 76-71 advantage. The Midshipmen countered with a three-pointer by John Haase and Nick Marusich's two foul shots with 12 seconds left.That set the stage for Lothery, who had 11 points and matched a career-high with 11 assists.NAVY (4-9, 0-2)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 23, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- Navy gave a classic demonstration last night of how the loss of an inside game can devastate a team.Chuck Robinson, a 6-foot-5 junior and Navy's third-leading rebounder, spent the night on the bench with a hip pointer, suffered two days ago in practice.Nick Marusich, a 6-9 senior and the team's No. 1 rebounder, spent all but the first three minutes on the bench with an injured shoulder. He hurt it in practice, then aggravated it in the opening minutes and told coach Pete Herrmann he "couldn't go."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 9, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- For the second time in five days, Manhattan College invaded the area to win a 79-75 basketball game.The Jaspers, who beat Loyola in overtime by that score Tuesday night, claimed Navy as their victim in regulation yesterday, leading most of the way before 612 at Alumni Hall.Reserve guard Charles Dubra sparked the key run for Manhattan, hitting 11 of his team's 13 points, including three three-point shots, in a four-minute span early in the second half."That was the key to the win," said Jaspers coach Steve Lappas.
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By Barry Baum and Barry Baum,Special to The Sun | December 29, 1991
HONOLULU -- Navy coach Pete Herrmann might think about asking the NCAA to allow his players to shoot their free throws from behind the three-point line.Early yesterday, the Midshipmen missed 11 of 22 foul shots, 10 in the second half, in a 95-88 loss to the University of Hawaii in the 28th-annual Rainbow Classic.Although they shot free throws poorly, the Midshipmen were able to keep the game tight because of their three-point shooting. Navy drilled 13 of 26 three-pointers, including six from guard Mark Majick (team-high 21 points)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 12, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- It's clear after its inaugural game in the Patriot League yesterday that Navy will be competitive. But for the Midshipmen to win, center Nick Marusich will have to find a way to spend less time on the bench.Marusich scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, but sat on the bench in foul trouble while Navy squandered a seven-point second-half lead on the way to a 78-74 loss to Bucknell in the league opener for both.The 6-foot-9 center played 23 minutes and picked up his fourth foul with 16 minutes, 30 seconds left in the game and Navy leading, 51-44.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Correspondent | February 9, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- It took 20 games and more than half a season, but the Navy basketball team finally got things clicking for the home fans yesterday.The Midshipmen went up by 15 points at the half and built the lead to 39 in the second half on their way to an easy, 89-57, win over Colgate before a Halsey Field House crowd of 1,468.The win was Navy's first in the Patriot League, after dropping its first eight games. It was Navy's widest margin of victory since the 14th game of the 1986-87 season, when the David Robinson-led Midshipmen defeated American, 96-60.
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By Special to The Sun | February 2, 1992
NEW YORK -- Jean Prioleau scored 25 points and Fred Herzog added 23 points and 17 rebounds, as Fordham sent Navy down to its sixth straight defeat, 81-75, in Patriot League action yesterday at Rose Hill Gymnasium in the Bronx.Navy was called for 26 fouls, and Fordham, 14. The disparity resulted in the Rams converting 29 of 39 free throws, to six of 11 for the visitors. "It's awfully tough to win when they shoot 39 free throws and we only shoot 11," said Navy coach Pete Herrmann.The Midshipmen were led by three freshmen -- Derrick Wall, 18 points; Mark Majick, 17; and Brian Cochran, a career-high 13."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 23, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- Navy gave a classic demonstration last night of how the loss of an inside game can devastate a team.Chuck Robinson, a 6-foot-5 junior and Navy's third-leading rebounder, spent the night on the bench with a hip pointer, suffered two days ago in practice.Nick Marusich, a 6-9 senior and the team's No. 1 rebounder, spent all but the first three minutes on the bench with an injured shoulder. He hurt it in practice, then aggravated it in the opening minutes and told coach Pete Herrmann he "couldn't go."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 23, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- Navy gave a classic demonstration last night of how the loss of key players can devastate a team.Chuck Robinson, a 6-foot-5 junior and Navy's third-leading rebounder, spent the night on the bench with a hip pointer, suffered two days ago in practice.Nick Marusich, a 6-9 senior and the team's No. 1 rebounder, spent all but the first three minutes on the bench with an injured shoulder. He hurt it in practice, then aggravated it in the opening minutes and told coach Pete Herrmann he "couldn't go."
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By Special to The Sun | January 16, 1992
HAMILTON, N.Y. -- Brennan Lothery hit a short jumper with four seconds remaining to lift Colgate to a 78-76 victory over Navy in a Patriot League game last night.Navy led 67-59 with 6 minutes, 10 seconds to play, but the Red Raiders tied it, then went on to a 76-71 advantage. The Midshipmen countered with a three-pointer by John Haase and Nick Marusich's two foul shots with 12 seconds left.That set the stage for Lothery, who had 11 points and matched a career-high with 11 assists.NAVY (4-9, 0-2)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 12, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- It's clear after its inaugural game in the Patriot League yesterday that Navy will be competitive. But for the Midshipmen to win, center Nick Marusich will have to find a way to spend less time on the bench.Marusich scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, but sat on the bench in foul trouble while Navy squandered a seven-point second-half lead on the way to a 78-74 loss to Bucknell in the league opener for both.The 6-foot-9 center played 23 minutes and picked up his fourth foul with 16 minutes, 30 seconds left in the game and Navy leading, 51-44.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 8, 1992
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- It wasn't even close this time. Navy couldn't give Fordham a game.After bowing to Fordham by six and five points in their regular-season meetings, Navy was crushed by the Rams, 77-59, last night in the opening round of the Patriot League tournament."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Correspondent | February 9, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- It took 20 games and more than half a season, but the Navy basketball team finally got things clicking for the home fans yesterday.The Midshipmen went up by 15 points at the half and built the lead to 39 in the second half on their way to an easy, 89-57, win over Colgate before a Halsey Field House crowd of 1,468.The win was Navy's first in the Patriot League, after dropping its first eight games. It was Navy's widest margin of victory since the 14th game of the 1986-87 season, when the David Robinson-led Midshipmen defeated American, 96-60.
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By Barry Baum and Barry Baum,Special to The Sun | December 29, 1991
HONOLULU -- Navy coach Pete Herrmann might think about asking the NCAA to allow his players to shoot their free throws from behind the three-point line.Early yesterday, the Midshipmen missed 11 of 22 foul shots, 10 in the second half, in a 95-88 loss to the University of Hawaii in the 28th-annual Rainbow Classic.Although they shot free throws poorly, the Midshipmen were able to keep the game tight because of their three-point shooting. Navy drilled 13 of 26 three-pointers, including six from guard Mark Majick (team-high 21 points)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 9, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- For the second time in five days, Manhattan College invaded the area to win a 79-75 basketball game.The Jaspers, who beat Loyola in overtime by that score Tuesday night, claimed Navy as their victim in regulation yesterday, leading most of the way before 612 at Alumni Hall.Reserve guard Charles Dubra sparked the key run for Manhattan, hitting 11 of his team's 13 points, including three three-point shots, in a four-minute span early in the second half."That was the key to the win," said Jaspers coach Steve Lappas.
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