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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | May 22, 1994
The Liberty Lions had some problems early on shaking off South River in their Class 1A-2A state semifinal game at Catonsville Community College last night.And then senior Nathalie Skovron simply took over.Skovron scored three of her eight goals in a span of one minute and 25 seconds midway through the first half to give the Lions a 6-3 lead.They never looked back, scoring six more times before the end of the half to take a 10-4 and coast to a 20-9 victory."She [Skovron] has really come on strong this season and really wants it," said Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn.
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By Sports Digest | January 19, 2010
Five Loyola players and two from Towson were named to the Colonial Athletic Association's 25th anniversary women's lacrosse team. The Greyhounds were represented by Tricia Dabrowski of Timonium, Suzanne Eyler of Street, Stacey Morlang , Michelle Meyer of Arnold and Stephanie Roberts of Millersville. The two Tigers were Becky Trumbo of Eldersburg and Hillary Fratzke . Others of note included James Madison's Kelly Berger of Columbia, Gail Decker of Baltimore, Jess Marion of Davidsonville and Megan Riley of Harwood; Hofstra's Bridget Eder of Baltimore; George Mason's Meg Dentler of Crofton; and William and Mary's Lisa Dixon of Baltimore.
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By From Staff Reports | May 5, 1993
Fourteen area girls have been selected to the U.S. Women's Lacrosse Association South Schoolgirls National Team after this weekend's tryouts at the University of Maryland.Cristi Samaras (Annapolis), Erin Wylde (Severna Park), Jessica Hull (Broadneck) and Elizabeth Schaffner (St. Mary's) were selected to the South No. 1 team.Kate Brew (Annapolis), Cory Samaras (Annapolis), Kathy McCafferty (Severna Park), Susannah Johnson (Broadneck), Emily Franey (Severn), Tressa Campbell (Severna Park), Megan Riley (South River)
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By BILL FREE | June 8, 2005
From Dulaney to Alabama Alabama freshman first baseman Dani Woods had a great view at the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City last weekend. "It was awesome. It was great," said Woods, who was a long way from Dulaney High. "When I got out there and we played at 8 o'clock under the lights, it kind of hit me. I mean I was nervous a little bit before, but when I got out there on the field, I mean you could feel it. It was great, though. I think it kind of raised our level of play."
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | August 8, 1995
HAVERFORD, Pa. -- When the time came for the United States Under-19 women's lacrosse team to elect a captain, assistant coach Wendy Kridel had no doubt the team would choose defender Katie Loovis."
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April 20, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Purchased contract of P Steve Falteisek from Triple-A Louisville.Cardinals: Activated IF David Howard. Optioned IF Luis Ordaz to Triple-A Memphis.Red Sox: Recalled P Juan Pena from Triple-A Pawtucket.Somerset (Independent): Signed former Orioles OF Jerome Walton.CollegeCAA: Named James Madison's Megan Riley (South River) women's lacrosse Player of the Year and Loyola's Kathleen O'Shea Defender of the Year. Named following to first team: Riley, O'Shea, Loyola's Megan Santacroce (Broadneck)
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By Sports Digest | January 19, 2010
Five Loyola players and two from Towson were named to the Colonial Athletic Association's 25th anniversary women's lacrosse team. The Greyhounds were represented by Tricia Dabrowski of Timonium, Suzanne Eyler of Street, Stacey Morlang , Michelle Meyer of Arnold and Stephanie Roberts of Millersville. The two Tigers were Becky Trumbo of Eldersburg and Hillary Fratzke . Others of note included James Madison's Kelly Berger of Columbia, Gail Decker of Baltimore, Jess Marion of Davidsonville and Megan Riley of Harwood; Hofstra's Bridget Eder of Baltimore; George Mason's Meg Dentler of Crofton; and William and Mary's Lisa Dixon of Baltimore.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | August 12, 1995
HAVERFORD, Pa. -- As the youngest member of the U.S. Under-19 women's lacrosse team, Melissa Coyne has to carry the water bottles, but she also can shoulder quite a load in the goal.Coyne, 15, boasts the best save percentage of any goalie at the first Leader/International Federation of Women's Lacrosse Associations' Under-19 World Championships at Haverford College.After saving eight of nine second-half shots and allowing just one goal in yesterday's 15-2 win over Canada, Coyne has her save rate hovering close to 70 percent.
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April 18, 1997
BaseballBlue Jays: Optioned P Luis Andujar to Triple-A Syracuse. Activated P Paul Spoljaric from 15-day DL.Indians: Signed P Bill Wertz to minor-league contract.Royals: Recalled C Mike Sweeney from Triple-A Omaha.Twins: Recalled OF Brent Brede from Triple-A Salt Lake.BasketballAtlanta: Named F Teresa Edwards player-coach. Signed F Katrina McClain.CollegeColonial Athletic Association: Named Loyola's Michelle Meyer women's lacrosse Player of the Year for second straight year. Named Meyer to All-CAA first team with Loyola's Kerri Johnson, Allison Valentino, Krystin Porcella and Stephanie Roberts.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 7, 1999
Maryland may already be considered the women's lacrosse team of the decade, but a win in tomorrow's national collegiate quarterfinal would put an exclamation point on that.Cindy Timchal's No. 1 Terrapins have been to the final four every year in the 1990s. Only once, in 1993, have they fallen short of reaching the title game.This year, the Terps are going after a fifth straight crown.Riding a 25-game winning streak, the Terps (17-0) play host to No. 8 Georgetown at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Ludwig Field in College Park.
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September 19, 2000
Baseball Cubs: Placed P Rick Aguilera and P Kevin Tapani on 60-day DL. Designated contract of OF Raul Gonzalez for assignment. Purchased contracts of OF Corey Patterson, P Joey Nation and P Will Ohman from Double-A West Tenn. College Johns Hopkins: Named former James Madison All-American Megan Riley (South River) assistant women's lacrosse coach. Maryland: Named Ben Bachmann baseball pitching coach. Morgan State: S Melvin Coleman was named MEAC football Defensive Player of the Week.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 7, 1999
Maryland may already be considered the women's lacrosse team of the decade, but a win in tomorrow's national collegiate quarterfinal would put an exclamation point on that.Cindy Timchal's No. 1 Terrapins have been to the final four every year in the 1990s. Only once, in 1993, have they fallen short of reaching the title game.This year, the Terps are going after a fifth straight crown.Riding a 25-game winning streak, the Terps (17-0) play host to No. 8 Georgetown at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Ludwig Field in College Park.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1999
Top-ranked Maryland rolls into today's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament in Chapel Hill, N.C., riding a 21-game winning streak. The Terrapins (14-0) haven't lost since last year's ACC semifinals.They open the tournament with the team that knocked them out last year -- No. 6 North Carolina. Since that 12-10 loss, the Terrapins have beaten the Tar Heels twice, 14-9 in last year's national semifinal and 13-7 on March 7.If the Terps, who won the inaugural ACC women's tournament in 1997, can get past the Tar Heels (7-5)
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April 20, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Purchased contract of P Steve Falteisek from Triple-A Louisville.Cardinals: Activated IF David Howard. Optioned IF Luis Ordaz to Triple-A Memphis.Red Sox: Recalled P Juan Pena from Triple-A Pawtucket.Somerset (Independent): Signed former Orioles OF Jerome Walton.CollegeCAA: Named James Madison's Megan Riley (South River) women's lacrosse Player of the Year and Loyola's Kathleen O'Shea Defender of the Year. Named following to first team: Riley, O'Shea, Loyola's Megan Santacroce (Broadneck)
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By Jamison Hensley and Katherine Dunn and Jamison Hensley and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1998
Many coaches liken their teams to a family. But in the case of No. 13 Navy, that analogy isn't far off.The Mids (5-3) have three sets of brothers: Adam and Alex Borcz; Howie and Kevin Meehan; and Mike and Tommy Sheedy.The Borcz brothers have combined for 19 goals and four assists. Kevin Meehan has nine goals, while Howie has made his impact on the defensive end with 15 ground balls. And the Sheedy brothers are in a reserve role in their first year with the Mids."Everybody on the team thinks of each other as brothers," said Adam Borcz, a plebe midfielder from Calvert Hall who is referred to by his teammates as Little Borcz.
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April 18, 1997
BaseballBlue Jays: Optioned P Luis Andujar to Triple-A Syracuse. Activated P Paul Spoljaric from 15-day DL.Indians: Signed P Bill Wertz to minor-league contract.Royals: Recalled C Mike Sweeney from Triple-A Omaha.Twins: Recalled OF Brent Brede from Triple-A Salt Lake.BasketballAtlanta: Named F Teresa Edwards player-coach. Signed F Katrina McClain.CollegeColonial Athletic Association: Named Loyola's Michelle Meyer women's lacrosse Player of the Year for second straight year. Named Meyer to All-CAA first team with Loyola's Kerri Johnson, Allison Valentino, Krystin Porcella and Stephanie Roberts.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | October 14, 1992
South River's girls soccer team would have needed a superior performance to defeat Severna Park yesterday.But the way the Falcons are playing, that may not even have been enough.No. 10 Severna Park put forth another stifling defensive effort and freshman Lindsey Poland scored the go-ahead goal in a 3-1 win over the host Seahawks, the Falcons' fifth straight victory.Poland controlled a long pass from Shelley Seivert and was one-on-one with South River keeper Megan Riley (15 saves). Her shot into the left corner of the net broke a 1-1 tie with just over five minutes left in the opening half.
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September 19, 2000
Baseball Cubs: Placed P Rick Aguilera and P Kevin Tapani on 60-day DL. Designated contract of OF Raul Gonzalez for assignment. Purchased contracts of OF Corey Patterson, P Joey Nation and P Will Ohman from Double-A West Tenn. College Johns Hopkins: Named former James Madison All-American Megan Riley (South River) assistant women's lacrosse coach. Maryland: Named Ben Bachmann baseball pitching coach. Morgan State: S Melvin Coleman was named MEAC football Defensive Player of the Week.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | August 27, 1995
Wendy Kridel, who guided Roland Park's girls lacrosse team to five consecutive Association of Independent Schools titles, has left the Reds to take an assistant coaching position with James Madison University's women's lacrosse team.In her five years with the Reds, Kridel won an unprecedented five straight titles in the area's most competitive league, earning two All-Metro Coach of the Year crowns and boosting the Reds to the No. 1 ranking each of the last two years. Her career record with Roland Park ends at 64-5-3.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | August 12, 1995
HAVERFORD, Pa. -- As the youngest member of the U.S. Under-19 women's lacrosse team, Melissa Coyne has to carry the water bottles, but she also can shoulder quite a load in the goal.Coyne, 15, boasts the best save percentage of any goalie at the first Leader/International Federation of Women's Lacrosse Associations' Under-19 World Championships at Haverford College.After saving eight of nine second-half shots and allowing just one goal in yesterday's 15-2 win over Canada, Coyne has her save rate hovering close to 70 percent.
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