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August 7, 2003
On August 4, 2003, TODD F. SQUILLARO, of Eldersburg, MD and Formerly of Clifton Park, NY; loving husband of Kimberly Reedt Squillaro and devoted father of Angela and Carly Squillaro; Todd is also survived by his parents, Janet and Jerry Squillaro of Stuart, FL, sister Pamela Squillaro of New York City, brother Daniel Squillaro of Tacoma Park, MD, cousins Mary Ann Squillaro Simpson and Susan Squillaro Brower, both of Ithaca, NY and Robert Squillaro of...
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,SUN STAFF | January 29, 2004
Grambling State University has a favor to ask the Loyola College men's basketball team. "Erase us from the record book," said Albert Dennis III, Grambling's athletic director. Grambling, a small, historically black college in Louisiana, holds the all-time NCAA Division I mark of 33 consecutive basketball losses. Beleaguered Loyola (0-18) has dropped 31 straight entering tonight's game against Marist College (N.Y.) at Reitz Arena. "I know what they [Loyola] are going through," said Dennis, recalling Grambling's funk.
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By From Staff Reports | September 17, 1995
Mike Barger headed in the game-winner with 12:50 left in the first half yesterday as the Loyola men's soccer team advanced through the first round of the Reebok/Smith Barney Classic by defeating New Hampshire, 2-0, in Burlington, Vt.It was the third consecutive win for Loyola (3-2), which faces host Vermont today at 2 p.m. Vermont defeated Buffalo, 2-0, in the other first-round game.* Delaware 3, UMBC 2: Cole Gillespie's shot from near midfield skimmed off UMBC defender Anthony Adams and beyond goalie C. J. Norton with two seconds remaining in overtime as the Blue Hens (3-1)
NEWS
August 7, 2003
On August 4, 2003, TODD F. SQUILLARO, of Eldersburg, MD and Formerly of Clifton Park, NY; loving husband of Kimberly Reedt Squillaro and devoted father of Angela and Carly Squillaro; Todd is also survived by his parents, Janet and Jerry Squillaro of Stuart, FL, sister Pamela Squillaro of New York City, brother Daniel Squillaro of Tacoma Park, MD, cousins Mary Ann Squillaro Simpson and Susan Squillaro Brower, both of Ithaca, NY and Robert Squillaro of...
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 16, 1995
Freshman Petteri Kaijasilta scored two goals and added an assist, as 21st-ranked Towson State (11-2) broke away from a scoreless halftime tie to beat Marist College (3-11), 4-0, yesterday in men's soccer in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.Kaijasilta, a native of Finland who leads Towson State with nine goals, put the Tigers ahead to stay at the 58:08 mark, when he converted a penalty kick. Less than five minutes later, senior Todd Hicks scored off a double assist from Andy Stroud and Ben Zajac to give the Tigers a 2-0 lead.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,SUN STAFF | January 29, 2004
Grambling State University has a favor to ask the Loyola College men's basketball team. "Erase us from the record book," said Albert Dennis III, Grambling's athletic director. Grambling, a small, historically black college in Louisiana, holds the all-time NCAA Division I mark of 33 consecutive basketball losses. Beleaguered Loyola (0-18) has dropped 31 straight entering tonight's game against Marist College (N.Y.) at Reitz Arena. "I know what they [Loyola] are going through," said Dennis, recalling Grambling's funk.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | May 22, 1995
NEW YORK -- Patrick Ewing missed the open layup. Missed it with John Starks screaming for the ball in the left corner. Missed it with Reggie Miller thinking the Knicks would win in overtime. Missed it with his dream of an NBA title hanging in the balance.These things happen for a reason. This one had nothing to do with Ewing, and everything to do with the Indiana Pacers, "the train that couldn't get up the mountain" in the words of backup conductor -- er, point guard -- Haywoode Workman.Few expected The Little Train That Could to climb Mount Ewing and pull out of the fabled arena that sits atop New York's Penn Station yesterday, but guess what?
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January 20, 1991
Lee paces Maryland over North Carolina, 88-68COLLEGE PARK -- Dafne Lee (Walbrook) was the star, as the University of Maryland (11-6, 4-1) rebounded from its loss at No. 1-ranked Virginia Wednesday to pin an 88-68 loss on visiting North Carolina (9-7, 0-3) in an Atlantic Coast Conference meeting at Cole Field House yesterday. Lee, a 5-foot-11 junior, had 20 points, six rebounds, and seven assists in 32 minutes.Bonnie Rimkus, a 6-4 backup center for the Terrapins, made seven of nine shots from the field and ended with 16 points, all in the second half.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 2001
Katie Elliott scored with 57 seconds remaining in the first half to lift the Loyola women's soccer team over Marist, 1-0, in the final of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament yesterday in Orlando, Fla. In earning their second conference championship, the Greyhounds (9-8-2) qualified for the NCAA tournament. First-round play begins Nov. 16. Elliott (Mount Hebron) was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player and was selected to the all-tournament team along with teammates Danielle Ruppel, Ellen Sroka, Annie DiPalo and Naura Groarke.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 9, 2001
Johns Hopkins used 21 fourth-quarter points and a dominating defensive effort to defeat visiting Washington & Lee, 34-3, in the season opener for both teams yesterday. With the victory, Blue Jays head coach Jim Margraff (61-47-3) became the all-time winningest coach in school history, passing Ray Van Orman. The 31-point margin of victory is the largest for Hopkins in a season opener since 1959. The Blue Jays led 10-0 at halftime and were up 13-3 before turning the game into a rout in the fourth quarter.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 2001
Katie Elliott scored with 57 seconds remaining in the first half to lift the Loyola women's soccer team over Marist, 1-0, in the final of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament yesterday in Orlando, Fla. In earning their second conference championship, the Greyhounds (9-8-2) qualified for the NCAA tournament. First-round play begins Nov. 16. Elliott (Mount Hebron) was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player and was selected to the all-tournament team along with teammates Danielle Ruppel, Ellen Sroka, Annie DiPalo and Naura Groarke.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 9, 2001
Johns Hopkins used 21 fourth-quarter points and a dominating defensive effort to defeat visiting Washington & Lee, 34-3, in the season opener for both teams yesterday. With the victory, Blue Jays head coach Jim Margraff (61-47-3) became the all-time winningest coach in school history, passing Ray Van Orman. The 31-point margin of victory is the largest for Hopkins in a season opener since 1959. The Blue Jays led 10-0 at halftime and were up 13-3 before turning the game into a rout in the fourth quarter.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 16, 1995
Freshman Petteri Kaijasilta scored two goals and added an assist, as 21st-ranked Towson State (11-2) broke away from a scoreless halftime tie to beat Marist College (3-11), 4-0, yesterday in men's soccer in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.Kaijasilta, a native of Finland who leads Towson State with nine goals, put the Tigers ahead to stay at the 58:08 mark, when he converted a penalty kick. Less than five minutes later, senior Todd Hicks scored off a double assist from Andy Stroud and Ben Zajac to give the Tigers a 2-0 lead.
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By From Staff Reports | September 17, 1995
Mike Barger headed in the game-winner with 12:50 left in the first half yesterday as the Loyola men's soccer team advanced through the first round of the Reebok/Smith Barney Classic by defeating New Hampshire, 2-0, in Burlington, Vt.It was the third consecutive win for Loyola (3-2), which faces host Vermont today at 2 p.m. Vermont defeated Buffalo, 2-0, in the other first-round game.* Delaware 3, UMBC 2: Cole Gillespie's shot from near midfield skimmed off UMBC defender Anthony Adams and beyond goalie C. J. Norton with two seconds remaining in overtime as the Blue Hens (3-1)
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | May 22, 1995
NEW YORK -- Patrick Ewing missed the open layup. Missed it with John Starks screaming for the ball in the left corner. Missed it with Reggie Miller thinking the Knicks would win in overtime. Missed it with his dream of an NBA title hanging in the balance.These things happen for a reason. This one had nothing to do with Ewing, and everything to do with the Indiana Pacers, "the train that couldn't get up the mountain" in the words of backup conductor -- er, point guard -- Haywoode Workman.Few expected The Little Train That Could to climb Mount Ewing and pull out of the fabled arena that sits atop New York's Penn Station yesterday, but guess what?
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January 20, 1991
Lee paces Maryland over North Carolina, 88-68COLLEGE PARK -- Dafne Lee (Walbrook) was the star, as the University of Maryland (11-6, 4-1) rebounded from its loss at No. 1-ranked Virginia Wednesday to pin an 88-68 loss on visiting North Carolina (9-7, 0-3) in an Atlantic Coast Conference meeting at Cole Field House yesterday. Lee, a 5-foot-11 junior, had 20 points, six rebounds, and seven assists in 32 minutes.Bonnie Rimkus, a 6-4 backup center for the Terrapins, made seven of nine shots from the field and ended with 16 points, all in the second half.
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By Bill Free | May 3, 2002
Mount St. Mary's (5-10) vs. Providence (9-6) What: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament semifinals Site: Leonidoff Field, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Time: 3 p.m. Outlook: Thank goodness for automatic bids to the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament. How else could a 5-10 team need just two wins against mediocre opposition to earn the league's NCAA berth? Six days ago, second-seed Providence beat the visiting Mount, 10-5. Top-seeded Manhattan battles fourth-seeded St. Joseph's at noon in the other semifinal, with the winners playing at noon tomorrow for the NCAA trip.
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By Special to The Sun | January 19, 1992
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Sophomore Izett Buchanan sparked a second-half rally to lift Marist College to a 94-80 Northeast Conference victory over Mount St. Mary's last night. Buchanan, who finished with 19 points, had nine during a 20-4 run in an eight-minute stretch of the second half.Mount St. Mary's down by 43-39 at the half, hit on eight of its first 11 shots from the field in the second half and took a 59-58 lead on a three-point field goal by Phil Galvin with 12 minutes, 57 seconds remaining.
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