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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 2001
SALISBURY - Candice Brown scored 23 points as Marymount ended Salisbury State's season yesterday with a 64-59 victory in the second round of the women's NCAA Division III tournament. The Sea Gulls beat the Saints eight days ago to win the Capital Athletic Conference tournament and qualify for the NCAAs. Salisbury (24-4) led 28-24 at halftime, but Marymount (23-6) improved its shooting from 30 percent in the first half to 46 percent in the second. Marymount had a 55-35 rebounding advantage, led by 11 each from Brown and Jodie Knotts.
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By Jordan Littman, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2013
About four years ago, Anna Sody had to make a decision: become a waitress or coach a club lacrosse team in Dusseldorf, Germany. It was August 2009, and after finishing an additional semester following her graduation from Marymount University the previous winter, Sody decided it was time to get a job. The Towson native was already a two-time captain for her college's lacrosse team. She led the NCAA Division III in draw controls (7.56 per game) in 2008, her senior year. She knew her playing days were over, though.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 1996
Marymount won its sixth straight Capital Athletic Conference women's tournament title with a 67-63 win yesterday over Salisbury State, gaining an NCAA Division III tournament bid.Cori Carson led the Saints (25-2, 17-0) with 26 points, 14 rebounds and six blocks.Amy Fenzel paced the Sea Gulls (18-8, 11-4) with a 26-point effort.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2013
One of the more highly anticipated games in Division III will take place next Wednesday when No. 5 Stevenson (8-1) visits No. 7 Salisbury (9-2). The two teams will continue their rivalry although they're no longer in the same conference. The Mustangs moved from the Capital Athletic Conference to the Middle Atlantic Conference after last season. But the coaches of both teams said that their focus is on Saturday's games. Stevenson hosts No. 8 Lynchburg (6-1) at Mustangs Stadium in Owings Mills, while the reigning national champion Sea Gulls will play host to CAC foe Marymount at Sea Gull Stadium in Salisbury.
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October 9, 1993
Junior midfielder David Gallant scored the game-winner 1 minutes into the second half as host Marymount (3-7) edged Western Maryland, 1-0, yesterday.* Essex CC 4, PGCC 3: Antonio Celenza scored three goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as Essex Community College downed Prince George's Community College in a Maryland JuCo game.* Montgomery-Rockville 3, Harford CC 1: Mike Dempsey scored the lone goal for Harford CC (4-3-1) in its loss to visiting Montgomery-Rockville.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 1996
SALISBURY -- Casey Musick (Cardinal Gibbons) scored 23 points to lead five players in double figures yesterday as Salisbury State defeated Marymount, 93-81, in the championship game of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament. The Sea Gulls (19-8) earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III tournament.Salisbury State will be making its fourth trip to the NCAA tournament and its first since in four years. The entire 64-team field will be announced today.Salisbury State raced out to an early 23-6 advantage over the first five minutes and built its lead to 19 points midway through the first half.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 2002
The Salisbury women's basketball team could not overcome a slow start and poor shooting, falling to visiting Marymount, 79-51, in a Division III, NCAA tournament sectional semifinal before 420 at the Maggs Center in Salisbury last night. The Sea Gulls, whose season ended with a 24-4 record, shot just 29 percent from the field. They trailed 34-20 at halftime. The Saints (23-6) will play King's College in today's sectional final. Marymount had three players in double figures, led by Jodie Knotts' 21 points.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 26, 1998
Goucher took advantage of 26 Marymount turnovers and a strong second-half performance from guard Bakari Ward to score a 93-89 victory over the visiting Saints last night in a Capital Athletic Conference tournament semifinal.The second-seeded Gophers advance to the championship game against top-seeded Catholic in Washington Saturday. Catholic defeated St. Mary's, 90-59, in last night's other semifinal.Goucher is the defending CAC champion and has reached the title game four times in five years, winning the other three times.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 22, 2006
Dan Boyer and Ryan Rohde each scored a game-high six goals as host Salisbury routed Marymount, 29-0, yesterday in men's lacrosse. The Sea Gulls have a 51-game winning streak, spanning three seasons. Rohde finished with three assists and Boyer added two in the win over the Saints (0-1). Ryan DeRose won 14 of 15 faceoffs for Salisbury (1-0). St. Mary's 19, Farmingdale State 8 -- Dave Mueller tied the school record for total points in a game with 11, scoring seven goals and assisting on four as the host Seahawks (1-0)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 23, 2004
Kerry Adler scored a game-high five goals to lead Marymount in a 10-6 comeback victory over Villa Julie in a nonconference game yesterday. In search of their first win, the Mustangs (0-5) jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and took a 5-3 advantage into the break. The Saints (2-4) opened the second half with a 4-0 run and outscored Villa Julie 7-1 in the second half. Susan Decker scored the go-ahead goal with 15:42 remaining and Beth Horrigan had the eventual game-winner little more than three minutes later.
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From Sun staff reports | January 20, 2013
Shawntae Payne scored 18 points off the bench and Coppin State won its third straight game with a 56-51 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory over host Norfolk State on Saturday in Echols Hall. Payne was 6-for-10 from the field and 4-for-7 from the 3-point line as she topped the Eagles in scoring for the fifth time in the past seven games. Coppin State won its third straight game and improved to 7-11 overall and 3-2 in the MEAC. The Eagles forced Norfolk State into 29 turnovers, which they converted into 32 points.
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Sports Digest | April 20, 2012
Et cetera Randallstown alum Womack is Houston-bound Former Randallstown basketball guard Tione Womack has signed with Houston. The former first-team All-Metro player, who led the Rams to two state titles, has spent the past two years at Hagerstown Community College. Womack averaged 10 points, 7.6 assists, 3.1 rebounds and 2.9steals as a sophomore. "Tione has a pass-first mentality that creates easy scoring opportunities for his teammates and is a quick, solid on-ball defender," Cougars coach James Dickey said in a news release.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN REPORTER | February 16, 2007
Salisbury University seniors Ray Williams and Segun Odumeru will never forget their final home appearance at the Maggs Center. They were getting exhausted, their legs were starting to tighten and they were wondering if the game would ever end. But they played on resolutely, determined to finish with a flourish. In the end, they lost the Valentine's Day marathon to Capital Athletic Conference foe Marymount (Va.), 126-122, after five overtimes in an affair that equaled the NCAA Division III record for the longest game played since the organization began keeping such statistics 34 years ago. "It's one you're always going to remember," said Williams (Meade)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 22, 2006
Dan Boyer and Ryan Rohde each scored a game-high six goals as host Salisbury routed Marymount, 29-0, yesterday in men's lacrosse. The Sea Gulls have a 51-game winning streak, spanning three seasons. Rohde finished with three assists and Boyer added two in the win over the Saints (0-1). Ryan DeRose won 14 of 15 faceoffs for Salisbury (1-0). St. Mary's 19, Farmingdale State 8 -- Dave Mueller tied the school record for total points in a game with 11, scoring seven goals and assisting on four as the host Seahawks (1-0)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 23, 2004
Kerry Adler scored a game-high five goals to lead Marymount in a 10-6 comeback victory over Villa Julie in a nonconference game yesterday. In search of their first win, the Mustangs (0-5) jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and took a 5-3 advantage into the break. The Saints (2-4) opened the second half with a 4-0 run and outscored Villa Julie 7-1 in the second half. Susan Decker scored the go-ahead goal with 15:42 remaining and Beth Horrigan had the eventual game-winner little more than three minutes later.
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By Bruce Wells and Bruce Wells,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 13, 2004
ARLINGTON, Va. - A common clichM-i in basketball circles involves a team leaving its heart out on the court. There's not much doubt that was the case for the McDaniel women's team last night. There were plenty of tears and heartbreak at the end. The Green Terror suffered a painful, 68-64 loss to Marymount in the round of 16 of the NCAA Division III tournament. "We kind of lost our composure toward the end," said McDaniel's Toby McIntire. "We couldn't get a good shot off and we needed to penetrate a little more and just couldn't get it done toward the end."
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By Bruce Wells and Bruce Wells,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 13, 2004
ARLINGTON, Va. - A common clichM-i in basketball circles involves a team leaving its heart out on the court. There's not much doubt that was the case for the McDaniel women's team last night. There were plenty of tears and heartbreak at the end. The Green Terror suffered a painful, 68-64 loss to Marymount in the round of 16 of the NCAA Division III tournament. "We kind of lost our composure toward the end," said McDaniel's Toby McIntire. "We couldn't get a good shot off and we needed to penetrate a little more and just couldn't get it done toward the end."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2002
"I think I'm still overwhelmed by it all," Ashlee Courter said this week in describing Marymount University's first trip in school history to the NCAA Division III women's Final Four. "From the moment we boarded the plane [at Reagan National] and the pilot announced we were on the flight, it was a special trip," said Courter, whose basketball career has flourished at the Arlington, Va., school after attending Mercy High. "People were asking us for our autographs," said the junior forward.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2004
McDaniel faces one of its biggest athletic events ever tonight when the women's basketball team meets host Marymount in Arlington, Va., for a round-of-16 clash in the NCAA Division III tournament. People close to the school's athletic program say the women's basketball team might have captured the imagination of the students and city of Westminster more than the 1997 football team that went to the national tournament. "Students at McDaniel and Marymount are giving up spring break to be at this game," said Green Terror coach Becky Martin.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 11, 2004
The Salisbury men's lacrosse team, ranked No. 1 in this week's USILA Division III Top 20 poll, scored 22 straight goals to start off its 24-3 thumping of visiting Marymount yesterday. Fourteen different players scored for the Sea Gulls (5-0, 3-0 Capital Athletic Conference). Marymount fell to 0-4, 0-1. Salisbury's Corey O'Neil led all scorers with five goals, including two during a 9-0 run in the first quarter. Joe Tamberrino had six assists. Goucher 20, York 4: Pat Tracy scored nine goals to help the visiting Gophers (2-2, 1-1 CAC)
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