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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 12, 1993
LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Ten weeks and 20 games into the season, Towson State finally got a look at Liberty, the preseason favorite over the Tigers in the Big South Conference.Of course, the Flames also caught the conference's best backcourt for the first time, and senior Devin Boyd and sophomore Scooter Alexander lifted Towson State to an 86-81 victory that put the Tigers in excellent position to grab the No. 1 seed for the Big South Tournament next month.Towson State (13-8, 9-2) came here with a half-game lead over Liberty (14-9, 8-4)
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN STAFF | January 17, 1999
With Broadneck honoring Kurtis Brooks before Tuesday's 7: 15 p.m. game with Old Mill, Anne Arundel County's all-time single-season leading scorers come to mind.Brooks scored 937 points in only two seasons -- the fifth-best career total in school history -- and led Anne Arundel County both seasons. In 1983-84, he scored 592 points, averaging 26.9 points in 22 games, the fourth-best average all-time in the county.Brooks, who played under Jim Morris, was the only county player to average 20 points -- actually 20.3 -- in 1982-83.
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By Jerry Bembry | January 31, 1991
It was only fitting that Devin Boyd, who scored a career-high 38 points, would sum it up best after the Tigers beat Delaware, 88-84, in overtime last night."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1997
Had Broadneck found a way to dress the four former boys Players of the Year whose numbers were honored last night in Cape St. Claire, it might have helped.After all, DeMatha was in town.Ranked No. 1 by the Washington Post, the Stags (8-0) are one of the best high school teams not just in Maryland, but the country. After their 70-49 romp over No. 17 Broadneck (1-3), the Bruins aren't about to dispute the claim.DeMatha did not play its best, but still won by 21, although Broadneck gets some credit for that.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | December 2, 1992
The Towson Center was filled with familiar sights last night.Devin Boyd was back in uniform and Towson State won, but the Tigers revisited their inability to put away an inferior opponent, as they nearly blew a 13-point lead in the last four minutes, but held off Loyola, 71-61, before 2,192.It was the season opener for both teams, and for the first 36 minutes, the Tigers looked like a three-time league champion, moving out to a 59-46 lead. Bolstered by the return of senior guard Boyd, who went down in the 1991-92 opener with a season-ending elbow injury, Towson was in control, but reverted to old habits to let Loyola back in the game.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | December 14, 1993
Coppin State looked lethargic at times, but after Towson State gave the Eagles a spirited push, they responded with a shove that doused the Tigers' upset bid decisively.Led by forward Stephen Stewart, Coppin State shook off a Towson State rally midway through the second half by scoring 11 unanswered points, and pulled away to a 76-63 victory last night before 2,850 at the Coppin Center.Coppin State (5-3), playing only its second home game of the season, used its considerable size advantage inside down the stretch to dominate the Tigers (4-4)
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | March 14, 1991
Matt Campbell isn't the key to the success of the Towson State University men's basketball team this season, but the freshman has helped turn the knob to the door of the NCAA basketball tournament.Tomorrow night, the Broadneck graduate and his fellow Tigers will try to become the first team in NCAA tournament history to knock off a No. 1 seed in the opening round when they meet Ohio State (25-3) in a Midwest regional contest at the Dayton Arena in Ohio."I never expected anything like this," said Campbell.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1997
Had Broadneck found a way to dress the four former boys Players of the Year whose numbers were honored last night in Cape St. Claire, it might have helped.After all, DeMatha was in town.Ranked No. 1 by the Washington Post, the Stags (8-0) are one of the best high school teams not just in Maryland, but the country. After their 70-49 romp over No. 17 Broadneck (1-3), the Bruins aren't about to dispute the claim.DeMatha did not play its best, but still won by 21, although Broadneck gets some credit for that.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN STAFF | January 17, 1999
With Broadneck honoring Kurtis Brooks before Tuesday's 7: 15 p.m. game with Old Mill, Anne Arundel County's all-time single-season leading scorers come to mind.Brooks scored 937 points in only two seasons -- the fifth-best career total in school history -- and led Anne Arundel County both seasons. In 1983-84, he scored 592 points, averaging 26.9 points in 22 games, the fourth-best average all-time in the county.Brooks, who played under Jim Morris, was the only county player to average 20 points -- actually 20.3 -- in 1982-83.
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By Sam Davis | April 10, 1991
Who is Jim Meil?Just ask any of the area's top high school basketball players. They all know Meil, the Towson State assistant coach who has shown a knack for getting some of the best local players to attend Towson.Current Towson State players from local high schools -- Devin Boyd (Walbrook), Terrance Jacobs (Southern) and Matt Campbell (Broadneck) -- were recruited by Meil.Jacobs went to Old Dominion and Allegany Community College before coming back to Baltimore and enrolling at Towson State.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | December 14, 1993
Coppin State looked lethargic at times, but after Towson State gave the Eagles a spirited push, they responded with a shove that doused the Tigers' upset bid decisively.Led by forward Stephen Stewart, Coppin State shook off a Towson State rally midway through the second half by scoring 11 unanswered points, and pulled away to a 76-63 victory last night before 2,850 at the Coppin Center.Coppin State (5-3), playing only its second home game of the season, used its considerable size advantage inside down the stretch to dominate the Tigers (4-4)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 12, 1993
LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Ten weeks and 20 games into the season, Towson State finally got a look at Liberty, the preseason favorite over the Tigers in the Big South Conference.Of course, the Flames also caught the conference's best backcourt for the first time, and senior Devin Boyd and sophomore Scooter Alexander lifted Towson State to an 86-81 victory that put the Tigers in excellent position to grab the No. 1 seed for the Big South Tournament next month.Towson State (13-8, 9-2) came here with a half-game lead over Liberty (14-9, 8-4)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | December 2, 1992
The Towson Center was filled with familiar sights last night.Devin Boyd was back in uniform and Towson State won, but the Tigers revisited their inability to put away an inferior opponent, as they nearly blew a 13-point lead in the last four minutes, but held off Loyola, 71-61, before 2,192.It was the season opener for both teams, and for the first 36 minutes, the Tigers looked like a three-time league champion, moving out to a 59-46 lead. Bolstered by the return of senior guard Boyd, who went down in the 1991-92 opener with a season-ending elbow injury, Towson was in control, but reverted to old habits to let Loyola back in the game.
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By Sam Davis | April 10, 1991
Who is Jim Meil?Just ask any of the area's top high school basketball players. They all know Meil, the Towson State assistant coach who has shown a knack for getting some of the best local players to attend Towson.Current Towson State players from local high schools -- Devin Boyd (Walbrook), Terrance Jacobs (Southern) and Matt Campbell (Broadneck) -- were recruited by Meil.Jacobs went to Old Dominion and Allegany Community College before coming back to Baltimore and enrolling at Towson State.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | March 14, 1991
Matt Campbell isn't the key to the success of the Towson State University men's basketball team this season, but the freshman has helped turn the knob to the door of the NCAA basketball tournament.Tomorrow night, the Broadneck graduate and his fellow Tigers will try to become the first team in NCAA tournament history to knock off a No. 1 seed in the opening round when they meet Ohio State (25-3) in a Midwest regional contest at the Dayton Arena in Ohio."I never expected anything like this," said Campbell.
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By Jerry Bembry | January 31, 1991
It was only fitting that Devin Boyd, who scored a career-high 38 points, would sum it up best after the Tigers beat Delaware, 88-84, in overtime last night."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 18, 2003
Johns Hopkins will play the first home playoff game in program history on Saturday at noon when it faces King's College for the ECAC South Atlantic title at Homewood Field. Hopkins (9-1) earned a share of its second straight Centennial Conference crown with Saturday's 17-3 win over McDaniel but was not invited to the NCAA Division III tournament. King's College is 7-3. Meanwhile, Blue Jays junior defensive back Matt Campbell was named the Centennial Conference's Defensive Player of the Year.
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December 15, 2002
MEMORABILIA Coming events Continuing, "Johnny Unitas: The Babe Ruth of the NFL" exhibit, Babe Ruth Museum, 216 Emory St., 410-727-1539. Moves Baseball PIRATES: Named Frank Velasquez strength and conditioning coordinator. College CCBC-ESSEX: Soccer D Nia Stavrakis (Dulaney) was named to NJCAA and NSCAA/Adidas All-America second teams. JOHNS HOPKINS: Football C Kevin Kostibos and S Matt Campbell were named to ECAC Division III Southwest All-Star team. TEXAS: WR Roy Williams announced that he will play his senior season instead of leaving early for NFL draft.
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