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November 23, 2005
Matt Ward, Carroll Christian SPORT SOCCER BOYS STATS -- Ward, a senior, led the Patriots with 18 goals and 14 assists, helping the team to a 16-2-1 record and the championship of the five-state Mid-East Regional Christian School tournament. The center-forward had either two goals or two assists in several games this season, and had three assists against Red Lion (Pa.). SIDELINES -- Despite the scoring statistics, Carroll Christian coach Matthew Reisberg said Ward takes even greater satisfaction in drawing defenders and then passing off to open teammates.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2012
Under normal circumstances, Steele and Wells Stanwick would call each other and compare notes on games their respective men's lacrosse teams just played and offer advice on upcoming opposing defenses. This week, however, has been anything but normal. With Wells and No. 2 Johns Hopkins slated to visit Steele and No. 1 Virginia on Saturday, there hasn't been much conferring between the brothers. "This week, we haven't talked as in depth as we usually have," said Steele, the Cavaliers' top senior attackman.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 14, 2004
Sophomore goalie Dave Law made a career-high 15 saves - including one with seven seconds left - to help lift No. 5 Princeton to an 8-7 victory yesterday over No. 14 Virginia before 3,510 at Klockner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. The loss was the reigning national champions' fourth in a row after a season-opening victory and represents their longest losing streak in 17 years. Princeton (2-1), which got two goals each from Mac Bryson and Drew Casino, won in Charlottesville for the first time since 1994.
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By Edward Lee | March 21, 2012
ESPN analyst Matt Ward provided commentary on No. 14 Princeton's 11-4 thumping of Penn this past Saturday, and the 2006 Tewaaraton Award winner and former Virginia All-American attackman will do the same thing when No. 1 Virginia visits No. 10 Maryland March 31. Ward discussed whether No. 1 Virginia or No. 2 Johns Hopkins needs to win Saturday, No. 10 Maryland's chances of beating No. 13 North Carolina, and the one team - or three - that has...
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By Gary Lambrecht | May 21, 2005
Division I quarterfinals No. 1 Johns Hopkins (13-0) vs. No. 8 Massachusetts (13-2) Time: Noon Site: Homewood Field Outlook: UMass, which is looking for its first final four berth, started its tournament run by knocking off Syracuse for the second time this season, denying the Orange a trip to the semifinals for the first time since 1982. The Minutemen are loaded on offense. Senior attackman Jeff Zywicki (42 goals) and junior attackman Sean Morris, who averages 4.5 points and is fourth in the nation in scoring, lead a unit that has averaged 13.8 goals during the team's eight-game winning streak.
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By DAVID SELIG and DAVID SELIG,SUN REPORTER | June 23, 2006
When Bayhawks rookie midfielder Bill McGlone flew to Denver for his first game June 3, he expected to meet his new teammates and maybe get a few minutes on the field. But the Bayhawks had more in mind for the recent Maryland graduate and fifth overall pick in the May 31 Major League Lacrosse draft. Veterans Mark Millon and Mark Frye quickly pulled McGlone aside with a simple message. "They encouraged me to just go out and shoot," McGlone said. He did just that, firing 12 shots, including his first career goal less than 25 minutes into the game.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2003
In his first full game back since suffering a broken wrist in a serious car accident, Archbishop Curley's Shawn Houseknecht picked up where he left off by scoring twice and leading the host Friars to a 3-0 victory over Loyola in a battle of unbeatens yesterday. The top-ranked Friars (19-0-2 overall, 13-0-2 league) clinched first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Association A Conference for the first time since 1999. They will have a first-round playoff bye and play host to a Nov. 8 semifinal game.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2001
Visiting Landon of Bethesda overcame a five-goal halftime deficit yesterday by outscoring Loyola 5-0 in the third period, and Peter Lamade's only goal, with 1:04 to play, was the game-winner in a 12-11 boys lacrosse win. The visiting Bears (1-1), coming off a 9-6 loss to Severn, were led by attackmen Matt Ward (five goals) and Jake Byrne (four), a junior and sophomore, respectively, with 6-foot, 215-pound senior midfielder Mike Petrash (headed for Bucknell) sparking Landon's 20-7 advantage in faceoffs.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2011
Memories of 2010 — both good and bad — tend to come and go in the minds of the members of the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. One of those lasting images is the 18 goals Duke scored on the Blue Jays in the first round of the NCAA tournament, sending the proud program to its first sub-.500 record since 1971. "I think it sat with us a lot," recalled sophomore defenseman Tucker Durkin, a starter on last year's squad. "I think we all remember that game against Duke and kind of looking at the scoreboard as we were walking off the field.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2011
It's a familiar scene for members of the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. At halftime and the conclusion of every game this season, after coach Dave Pietramala says what's weighing on his mind, he asks the same question. "Every time we come off the field for halftime or at the end of the game, the first thing Coach Petro asks before getting the stats is, 'Are we getting the ground balls? Are we winning the ground ball war?'" sophomore midfielder John Ranagan said. "… This year, it's been the one thing we've stressed.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2011
Memories of 2010 — both good and bad — tend to come and go in the minds of the members of the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. One of those lasting images is the 18 goals Duke scored on the Blue Jays in the first round of the NCAA tournament, sending the proud program to its first sub-.500 record since 1971. "I think it sat with us a lot," recalled sophomore defenseman Tucker Durkin, a starter on last year's squad. "I think we all remember that game against Duke and kind of looking at the scoreboard as we were walking off the field.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2011
It's a familiar scene for members of the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. At halftime and the conclusion of every game this season, after coach Dave Pietramala says what's weighing on his mind, he asks the same question. "Every time we come off the field for halftime or at the end of the game, the first thing Coach Petro asks before getting the stats is, 'Are we getting the ground balls? Are we winning the ground ball war?'" sophomore midfielder John Ranagan said. "… This year, it's been the one thing we've stressed.
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By DAVID SELIG and DAVID SELIG,SUN REPORTER | June 23, 2006
When Bayhawks rookie midfielder Bill McGlone flew to Denver for his first game June 3, he expected to meet his new teammates and maybe get a few minutes on the field. But the Bayhawks had more in mind for the recent Maryland graduate and fifth overall pick in the May 31 Major League Lacrosse draft. Veterans Mark Millon and Mark Frye quickly pulled McGlone aside with a simple message. "They encouraged me to just go out and shoot," McGlone said. He did just that, firing 12 shots, including his first career goal less than 25 minutes into the game.
NEWS
November 23, 2005
Matt Ward, Carroll Christian SPORT SOCCER BOYS STATS -- Ward, a senior, led the Patriots with 18 goals and 14 assists, helping the team to a 16-2-1 record and the championship of the five-state Mid-East Regional Christian School tournament. The center-forward had either two goals or two assists in several games this season, and had three assists against Red Lion (Pa.). SIDELINES -- Despite the scoring statistics, Carroll Christian coach Matthew Reisberg said Ward takes even greater satisfaction in drawing defenders and then passing off to open teammates.
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By Gary Lambrecht | May 21, 2005
Division I quarterfinals No. 1 Johns Hopkins (13-0) vs. No. 8 Massachusetts (13-2) Time: Noon Site: Homewood Field Outlook: UMass, which is looking for its first final four berth, started its tournament run by knocking off Syracuse for the second time this season, denying the Orange a trip to the semifinals for the first time since 1982. The Minutemen are loaded on offense. Senior attackman Jeff Zywicki (42 goals) and junior attackman Sean Morris, who averages 4.5 points and is fourth in the nation in scoring, lead a unit that has averaged 13.8 goals during the team's eight-game winning streak.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 14, 2004
Sophomore goalie Dave Law made a career-high 15 saves - including one with seven seconds left - to help lift No. 5 Princeton to an 8-7 victory yesterday over No. 14 Virginia before 3,510 at Klockner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. The loss was the reigning national champions' fourth in a row after a season-opening victory and represents their longest losing streak in 17 years. Princeton (2-1), which got two goals each from Mac Bryson and Drew Casino, won in Charlottesville for the first time since 1994.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2012
Under normal circumstances, Steele and Wells Stanwick would call each other and compare notes on games their respective men's lacrosse teams just played and offer advice on upcoming opposing defenses. This week, however, has been anything but normal. With Wells and No. 2 Johns Hopkins slated to visit Steele and No. 1 Virginia on Saturday, there hasn't been much conferring between the brothers. "This week, we haven't talked as in depth as we usually have," said Steele, the Cavaliers' top senior attackman.
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By Edward Lee | March 21, 2012
ESPN analyst Matt Ward provided commentary on No. 14 Princeton's 11-4 thumping of Penn this past Saturday, and the 2006 Tewaaraton Award winner and former Virginia All-American attackman will do the same thing when No. 1 Virginia visits No. 10 Maryland March 31. Ward discussed whether No. 1 Virginia or No. 2 Johns Hopkins needs to win Saturday, No. 10 Maryland's chances of beating No. 13 North Carolina, and the one team - or three - that has...
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2003
In his first full game back since suffering a broken wrist in a serious car accident, Archbishop Curley's Shawn Houseknecht picked up where he left off by scoring twice and leading the host Friars to a 3-0 victory over Loyola in a battle of unbeatens yesterday. The top-ranked Friars (19-0-2 overall, 13-0-2 league) clinched first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Association A Conference for the first time since 1999. They will have a first-round playoff bye and play host to a Nov. 8 semifinal game.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2001
Visiting Landon of Bethesda overcame a five-goal halftime deficit yesterday by outscoring Loyola 5-0 in the third period, and Peter Lamade's only goal, with 1:04 to play, was the game-winner in a 12-11 boys lacrosse win. The visiting Bears (1-1), coming off a 9-6 loss to Severn, were led by attackmen Matt Ward (five goals) and Jake Byrne (four), a junior and sophomore, respectively, with 6-foot, 215-pound senior midfielder Mike Petrash (headed for Bucknell) sparking Landon's 20-7 advantage in faceoffs.
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