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Sports Digest | February 18, 2013
North American Lacrosse League Rockhoppers pound Bombers in 18-9 win Mike Stone scored seven goals and earned Player of the Game honors for the Boston Rockhoppers in their 18-9 victory over the Bombers on Sunday afternoon at Du Burns Arena. With the win, Boston (5-1) took a two-game lead over the Bombers (3-3) in the North American Lacrosse League standings. Jeff Joy had three goals for the Bombers, scoring his third to cut the Rockhoppers' lead to 6-4 with eight minutes remaining in the first half.
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Sports Digest | February 18, 2013
North American Lacrosse League Rockhoppers pound Bombers in 18-9 win Mike Stone scored seven goals and earned Player of the Game honors for the Boston Rockhoppers in their 18-9 victory over the Bombers on Sunday afternoon at Du Burns Arena. With the win, Boston (5-1) took a two-game lead over the Bombers (3-3) in the North American Lacrosse League standings. Jeff Joy had three goals for the Bombers, scoring his third to cut the Rockhoppers' lead to 6-4 with eight minutes remaining in the first half.
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March 16, 2002
EAST Maryland 85 Siena 70 N.C. State 69 Michigan State 58 Connecticut 78 Hampton 67 Wisconsin 80 St. John's 70 Southern Illinois 76 Texas Tech 68 Georgia 85 Murray State 68 SOUTH Pittsburgh 71 C. Conn. State 54 California 82 Pennsylvania 75 MIDWEST Creighton 83 Florida 82, 2OT Illinois 93 San Diego State 64 Mississippi State 70 McNeese State 58 Texas 70 Boston College 57 WEST Cincinnati 90 Boston U. 52 UCLA 80 Mississippi 58 Oklahoma 71 Ill.-Chicago 63 Xavier 70 Hawaii 58
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By Rick Maese and Rick Maese,rick.maese@baltsun.com | January 15, 2009
"You see this right here?" Derrick Mason asked, holding up a black shirt. Printed across the front were the words "What's our name?" "You see that? They're going to realize what's coming at them," the Ravens wide receiver said. "Quickly. Everybody out there, the teams that are left, they're going to realize the Ravens are coming." As the Ravens prepare for Sunday's AFC championship game in Pittsburgh, their season-long slogan has never seemed quite so poignant. You see it on T-shirts in the locker room and flashing in lights on the stadium scoreboard.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 20, 1993
Normally, the parking lot surrounding Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium isn't exactly a happening place after a Navy football game. Since the Midshipmen defeated Yale, 41-7, in 1988, Navy has gone 5-17 in home games.But the mood was far different Saturday after Navy beat Eastern Illinois, 31-10, in the home opener for the Midshipmen. The 21-point win was the largest margin of victory for Navy since that Yale game, which also happened to be the last time Navy scored more than 31."We finally looked like a I-A team tonight," Navy coach George Chaump said about the win that evened the team's record at 1-1. "We have something to build on after the first two games.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 16, 1993
For Navy defensive coordinator Dennis Murphy, how well he hTC sleeps on Saturday night is determined by how well his team plays that afternoon. So what's your guess on how Murphy slept after his team was beaten by Virginia, 38-0, last week?"
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By EARL SCHUBERT | September 17, 1993
Navy opens its home football season tomorrow night at 7 against the Panthers of Eastern Illinois at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.The Division I-AA visitors, a preseason pick to finish last in the Gateway Conference or to be the sleeper, is led by seventh-year coach Bob Spoo.They come in with a 1-1 record to date, having lost to McNeese State last week, 49-7, after winning their opener at Murray State, 34-17.During the weeks leading up to the 1993 football season, the challenge facing Navy was to rebound successfully from two disastrous seasons.
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By Rick Maese and Rick Maese,rick.maese@baltsun.com | January 15, 2009
"You see this right here?" Derrick Mason asked, holding up a black shirt. Printed across the front were the words "What's our name?" "You see that? They're going to realize what's coming at them," the Ravens wide receiver said. "Quickly. Everybody out there, the teams that are left, they're going to realize the Ravens are coming." As the Ravens prepare for Sunday's AFC championship game in Pittsburgh, their season-long slogan has never seemed quite so poignant. You see it on T-shirts in the locker room and flashing in lights on the stadium scoreboard.
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December 1, 1991
James Madison's Kenny Sims scored his third touchdown of the game, a 25-yard run on the first play of the second overtime period, and the Dukes recovered a Delaware fumble on fourth down at the 2-yard line to preserve a 42-35 victory in the first round of the NCAA Division I-AA football playoffs at Delaware Stadium yesterday.Blue Hens running back Lanue Johnson bobbled the pitch from quarterback Bill Vergantino, as Delaware (10-2) attempted to send the game into a third overtime with a tying touchdown.
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November 7, 2004
Moves Baseball DIAMONDBACKS: Named Jay Bell bench coach. Colleges McNEESE STATE: Acknowledged that it violated NCAA rules in men's basketball, men's and women's cross country and men's and women's track and field during the past four years. SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA: Signed men's basketball coach Billy Kennedy to contract extension through 2007-08. TOWSON: CAA named F Julie Lambi and M Ashley Bacon to field hockey all-conference first team. Football BEARS: Signed LT Qasim Mitchell to three-year extension and RB Adrian Peterson to two-year extension.
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March 16, 2002
EAST Maryland 85 Siena 70 N.C. State 69 Michigan State 58 Connecticut 78 Hampton 67 Wisconsin 80 St. John's 70 Southern Illinois 76 Texas Tech 68 Georgia 85 Murray State 68 SOUTH Pittsburgh 71 C. Conn. State 54 California 82 Pennsylvania 75 MIDWEST Creighton 83 Florida 82, 2OT Illinois 93 San Diego State 64 Mississippi State 70 McNeese State 58 Texas 70 Boston College 57 WEST Cincinnati 90 Boston U. 52 UCLA 80 Mississippi 58 Oklahoma 71 Ill.-Chicago 63 Xavier 70 Hawaii 58
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 20, 1993
Normally, the parking lot surrounding Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium isn't exactly a happening place after a Navy football game. Since the Midshipmen defeated Yale, 41-7, in 1988, Navy has gone 5-17 in home games.But the mood was far different Saturday after Navy beat Eastern Illinois, 31-10, in the home opener for the Midshipmen. The 21-point win was the largest margin of victory for Navy since that Yale game, which also happened to be the last time Navy scored more than 31."We finally looked like a I-A team tonight," Navy coach George Chaump said about the win that evened the team's record at 1-1. "We have something to build on after the first two games.
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By EARL SCHUBERT | September 17, 1993
Navy opens its home football season tomorrow night at 7 against the Panthers of Eastern Illinois at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.The Division I-AA visitors, a preseason pick to finish last in the Gateway Conference or to be the sleeper, is led by seventh-year coach Bob Spoo.They come in with a 1-1 record to date, having lost to McNeese State last week, 49-7, after winning their opener at Murray State, 34-17.During the weeks leading up to the 1993 football season, the challenge facing Navy was to rebound successfully from two disastrous seasons.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 16, 1993
For Navy defensive coordinator Dennis Murphy, how well he hTC sleeps on Saturday night is determined by how well his team plays that afternoon. So what's your guess on how Murphy slept after his team was beaten by Virginia, 38-0, last week?"
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December 1, 1991
James Madison's Kenny Sims scored his third touchdown of the game, a 25-yard run on the first play of the second overtime period, and the Dukes recovered a Delaware fumble on fourth down at the 2-yard line to preserve a 42-35 victory in the first round of the NCAA Division I-AA football playoffs at Delaware Stadium yesterday.Blue Hens running back Lanue Johnson bobbled the pitch from quarterback Bill Vergantino, as Delaware (10-2) attempted to send the game into a third overtime with a tying touchdown.
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February 18, 1996
BaseballDodgers: Signed P Chan Ho Park and C Ken Huckaby.Marlins: Agreed to terms with P Pat Rapp, P Yorkis Perez, P Wilson Heredia, P Terry Mathews, C Bob Natal and OF Jesus Tavarez on one-year contract.White Sox: Agreed to terms with P Luis Andujar, P James Baldwin, P Matt Karchner, P Brian Keyser, P Scott Ruffcorn, P Bill Simas, P Mike Sirotka, P Larry Thomas, IF Doug Brady and IF Ray Durham on one-year contracts.CollegeSouthland Conference: Suspended McNeese State basketball F Rosell Ellis for one game and reprimanded coach Ron Everhart for an argument with game officials after Thursday night's game at North Texas.
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Sports on TV | December 22, 2012
MEN'S BASKETBALL ON TV TODAY Stanford@Northwestern (T) BIGTEN8:30 a.m. Murray State@Dayton CBSSNNoon Gotham: Syracuse vs. Temple ESPN2Noon McNeese State@North Carolina ESPNUNoon American@Georgetown MASNNoon Coppin State@Iowa BIGTEN1 Tenn. Tech@Oklahoma State FCS1 Florida State vs. Charlotte CBSSN2 Texas@Michigan State ESPN22 LSU@Marquette ESPNU2 UMBC@DePaul MASN2 Tulsa@Oral Roberts FCS3 Holiday: Geo. Mason vs. Richmond NBCSP3 Kansas@Ohio State 13, 94 The Citadel@Georgia Tech CSN4 Marshall@Kentucky ESPN24 Diamond Head: Ind. State vs. Miss.
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