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By Drake Witham and Drake Witham,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 24, 1995
"Mom, will you help me sneak out of here? Will you help me get to basketball practice?"Cori Carson was in a hospital bed last fall, critically ill with liver failure, but all she wanted to do was get back to practice with her teammates at Marymount University in Arlington, Va.Carson, who played for the University of Maryland in 1989, is averaging 20 points at Division III Marymount this season and making it look easy. Compared with what she has been through the past 13 months, it is.She didn't feel like she was in danger of dying last year.
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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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NEWS
March 30, 2008
Miss Northern Maryland crowned Keia Brown, 22, of Abingdon recently won the Miss Northern Maryland title from the Miss America organization. She competed against nine other contestants in interview, talent, swimsuit, evening gown and on-stage question categories. Brown performed a lyrical dance to Fantasia Barrino's I Believe for her talent portion. Her platform was "Enough Is Enough: Cyber Safe Our Youth." She is a senior at Marymount University in Arlington, Va., where she expects to graduate in May, with a degree in fashion merchandising.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2008
Loyola Marymount University professor Tracey Colvin credits her mother and grandmother with helping her develop her sense of style. The 31-year-old Owings Mills native did them both proud as she joined them for dinner at the Ruth's Chris Steak House in Pikesville. "I think we all absorb little pieces of our environment and patch them together to create a unique sense of style that expresses who we are. The women in my family are a huge part of who I am and how I express myself. My mother and grandmother are voices that I carry with me everywhere I go."
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2008
Loyola Marymount University professor Tracey Colvin credits her mother and grandmother with helping her develop her sense of style. The 31-year-old Owings Mills native did them both proud as she joined them for dinner at the Ruth's Chris Steak House in Pikesville. "I think we all absorb little pieces of our environment and patch them together to create a unique sense of style that expresses who we are. The women in my family are a huge part of who I am and how I express myself. My mother and grandmother are voices that I carry with me everywhere I go."
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2004
Georgetown assistant Chuck Driesell said yesterday that he is making a second attempt to become the head basketball coach at Towson University. "I've been a head coach [Marymount University] for six years, recruited all over the Baltimore area and had one year's experience in the Big East since I last applied for the job," said the son of former Maryland coach Lefty Driesell. The younger Driesell was a candidate for the Towson coaching position when Mike Jaskulski was hired in 1997. Driesell submitted his application yesterday.
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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.
EXPLORE
July 27, 2011
David and Debbie Stewart, of Whiteford, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Julie Marie Stewart, to Thomas "Buck" Edward Stafford, son of Edward and Diane Stafford, of Street. The bride-to-be, a 2006 graduate of North Harford High School, received a bachelor's degree in interior design from Marymount University in 2010. She is employed at Delta Lumber. The prospective groom, a 2006 graduate of North Harford High School, received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2010.
NEWS
March 19, 2003
JAN CORINNE FOWLE MEARS, 48, of Black Tom Road Ext., Moncks Corner, SC, former Director of Administration for the Liberty Christian School, Randallstown, MD, died Monday at her residence. Mrs. Mears was born Nov. 6, 1954, in Washington, D.C., a daughter of John Robert Fowle and Patricia Ann Norris Fowle. She was a member of the Metro North PCA Church, Goose Creek. She was a licensed sign language interpreter. Mrs. Mears received her Bachelors in Theatrical Arts from the Catholic University, Washington, D.C., and her Masters from Marymount University, Arlington, VA. Surviving are, her husband, Robert B. "Roban" Mears, Jr.; her mother of Silver Spring, MD; a daughter, Cassandra R. "Cassi" Mears of Moncks Corner; two sons, Robert B. "Trey" Mears, III, and Wesley A. Mears both of Moncks Corner; three brothers, John R. "Jack" Fowle, III, of Chapel Hill, NC, Michael D. Fowle of Avon Lake, OH, and Raymond C. Fowle of Gaithersburg, MD. A memorial service will be held at 10 A.M., Saturday morning, March 29, 2003, in the Chapelgate Presbyterian Church, Marriottsville, MD. A reception will follow.
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November 16, 2005
John Raymond "Skip" Wilhelm Jr., a retired naval officer and Anne Arundel County high school teacher who was active in Naval Academy alumni affairs, died of a heart attack Friday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The Riva resident was 58. Born in Washington and raised in Silver Spring, he was a 1966 graduate of Bullis School in Potomac. He earned a bachelor's degree in analytic management from the Naval Academy and a master's degree in education from Marymount University in Arlington, Va. He served in the Navy from 1971 to 1991 as a pilot, safety analyst and deputy director of the Candidate Guidance Office at the Naval Academy, and attained the rank of lieutenant commander.
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June 15, 2008
Abingdon woman in Miss Md. competition Keia Brown of Abingdon, Miss Northern Maryland 2008, will compete for the Miss Maryland title in the Miss America Organization Wednesday through Saturday in Hagerstown. The 22-year-old won the regional title in March. She will take her platform, "Enough is Enough: Cyber Safe Our Youth," to the state competition. Her talent portion of the contest is a lyrical dance to American Idol Fantasia Barrino's I Believe. She graduated last month from Marymount University in Arlington, Va., with a bachelor of arts degree in fashion merchandising.
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2004
Georgetown assistant Chuck Driesell said yesterday that he is making a second attempt to become the head basketball coach at Towson University. "I've been a head coach [Marymount University] for six years, recruited all over the Baltimore area and had one year's experience in the Big East since I last applied for the job," said the son of former Maryland coach Lefty Driesell. The younger Driesell was a candidate for the Towson coaching position when Mike Jaskulski was hired in 1997. Driesell submitted his application yesterday.
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By Drake Witham and Drake Witham,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 24, 1995
"Mom, will you help me sneak out of here? Will you help me get to basketball practice?"Cori Carson was in a hospital bed last fall, critically ill with liver failure, but all she wanted to do was get back to practice with her teammates at Marymount University in Arlington, Va.Carson, who played for the University of Maryland in 1989, is averaging 20 points at Division III Marymount this season and making it look easy. Compared with what she has been through the past 13 months, it is.She didn't feel like she was in danger of dying last year.
BUSINESS
July 23, 2008
Banking * K Bank announced that Bruce P. Hojnacki joined the Owings Mills-based bank as branch manager and business development officer at its Bel Air location. He formerly was with Madison Square Federal Savings Bank. Construction * Encore Construction Inc. appointed Adam White as a project manager. Formerly with Paragon Construction LLC, he supervises the processes and scheduling of all restaurant, retail and office projects for the Annapolis-based regional builder. * Gilbane Building Co., based in Laurel, named Dennis L. Curl vice president of the firm.
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