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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - Through various Howard County club leagues, camps, four years at Wilde Lake High, the Olympic Development Program and now at the University of Maryland, they have been inseparable on the soccer field. Michael Dello-Russo and Ian Rodway are practically bookends. They have been neighbors, teammates, occasional opponents at the club level and good friends. And, as they prepare with the sixth-ranked Terrapins for one of the team's biggest home games of the season tonight against North Carolina, their relationship is stronger than ever.
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By Todd Karpovich and For The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2012
As former players for Maryland, Michael Dello-Russo and Will Swaim understand what it's like to be part of a program where anything short of competing for a national championship can be viewed as a failure. Dello-Russo and Swaim, both from Howard County, are now assistants for Terrapins head coach Sasho Cirovski and have become mentors, instructors and sometimes sounding boards for the current crop of players. Maryland (18-1-2) heads into the third round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament Sunday, playing host to a surging Coastal Carolina (20-2-2)
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By Sports Digest | January 5, 2010
Former Maryland standout Michael Dello-Russo (Wilde Lake), a defender with the Blast of the Major Indoor Soccer League, was named an assistant coach at his alma mater Monday. Dello-Russo, who played for Maryland from 2001 to 2005, was a two-time captain for current head coach Sasho Cirovski and was instrumental in guiding the Terps to their first national championship since 1968 as a senior in 2005. The center back helped Maryland to 11 shutouts that season. The Columbia resident finished his career with 20 assists, 11th most in school history.
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By From Sun staff and news services | January 5, 2010
Men's college soccer Blast defender Dello-Russo named assistant at Maryland Former Maryland standout Michael Dello-Russo (Wilde Lake), a defender with the Blast of the Major Indoor Soccer League, was named an assistant coach at his alma mater Monday. Dello-Russo, who played for Maryland from 2001 to 2005, was a two-time captain for current head coach Sasho Cirovski and was instrumental in guiding the Terps to their first national championship since 1968 as a senior in 2005.
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By CHRISTIAN EWELL and CHRISTIAN EWELL,SUN REPORTER | November 22, 2005
Maryland's top-seeded men's soccer team hopes weaknesses exposed in a recent loss might lead to a greater victory as the team approaches today's 7 p.m., second-round NCAA tournament game against Brown at Ludwig Field. In the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament on Nov. 11, a 4-2 semifinal loss to Duke stopped the Terrapins (15-4-1) short of their fourth straight championship-game appearance. Though the defeat robbed the team of one distinction, it provided the perks of rest and self-critique that could help bring another high mark to the program - a College Cup title next month in Cary, N.C. Instead of playing last Sunday, the team had all of last week to have what it deemed solid practices, a luxury that Maryland hadn't enjoyed going into the NCAAs since 2001.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1998
After back-to-back losing seasons, Oakland Mills again has a championship-caliber team.Winners of eight state soccer titles, more than any other Maryland school, the No. 7-ranked Scorpions have struggled since their last one in 1994, partly because of declining enrollment that has dropped them to the state's smallest classification, Class 1A.But yesterday against No. 6-ranked, cross-Columbia rival Wilde Lake, Oakland Mills' rugged style of play and pressure...
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By From Sun staff and news services | January 5, 2010
Men's college soccer Blast defender Dello-Russo named assistant at Maryland Former Maryland standout Michael Dello-Russo (Wilde Lake), a defender with the Blast of the Major Indoor Soccer League, was named an assistant coach at his alma mater Monday. Dello-Russo, who played for Maryland from 2001 to 2005, was a two-time captain for current head coach Sasho Cirovski and was instrumental in guiding the Terps to their first national championship since 1968 as a senior in 2005.
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By Todd Karpovich and For The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2012
As former players for Maryland, Michael Dello-Russo and Will Swaim understand what it's like to be part of a program where anything short of competing for a national championship can be viewed as a failure. Dello-Russo and Swaim, both from Howard County, are now assistants for Terrapins head coach Sasho Cirovski and have become mentors, instructors and sometimes sounding boards for the current crop of players. Maryland (18-1-2) heads into the third round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament Sunday, playing host to a surging Coastal Carolina (20-2-2)
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By Rick Belz | September 5, 2000
Michael Dello-Russo (Midfielder, Wilde Lake) Highly skilled playmaker scored 10 goals and was All-State. Greg Peters (Goalkeeper, Mount Hebron) Used his finely tuned skills and athleticism to post 13 shutouts for state 2A champs. Trevor Shea (Midfielder, Oakland Mills) The fourth-year starter and All-State selection logged 15 assists for state 1A champs.
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November 12, 2009
No./Name/Pos./Ht., Wt. 0/Dave Kern/G/6-1, 195 1/Sagu/G/6-0, 215 2/Billy Nelson/D/5-11, 215 4/Giuliano Celenza/F/5-6, 165 5/Denison Cabral/F/5-4, 152 6/Ryan Pierce/D/5-10, 165 7/Adrian Bumbut/F/5-8, 150 9/Pat Healey/M/5-11, 160 11/Rod Dyachenko/F/6-2, 185 12/Logan Alexander/D/5-8, 155 13/Lucio Gonzaga/M-F/5-9, 175 14/Adriano Dos Santos/F/6-3, 183 16/Max Ferdinand/F/5-11, 150 19/Carlos Garcia/F/5-9, 185 ...
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By Sports Digest | January 5, 2010
Former Maryland standout Michael Dello-Russo (Wilde Lake), a defender with the Blast of the Major Indoor Soccer League, was named an assistant coach at his alma mater Monday. Dello-Russo, who played for Maryland from 2001 to 2005, was a two-time captain for current head coach Sasho Cirovski and was instrumental in guiding the Terps to their first national championship since 1968 as a senior in 2005. The center back helped Maryland to 11 shutouts that season. The Columbia resident finished his career with 20 assists, 11th most in school history.
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By CHRISTIAN EWELL and CHRISTIAN EWELL,SUN REPORTER | November 22, 2005
Maryland's top-seeded men's soccer team hopes weaknesses exposed in a recent loss might lead to a greater victory as the team approaches today's 7 p.m., second-round NCAA tournament game against Brown at Ludwig Field. In the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament on Nov. 11, a 4-2 semifinal loss to Duke stopped the Terrapins (15-4-1) short of their fourth straight championship-game appearance. Though the defeat robbed the team of one distinction, it provided the perks of rest and self-critique that could help bring another high mark to the program - a College Cup title next month in Cary, N.C. Instead of playing last Sunday, the team had all of last week to have what it deemed solid practices, a luxury that Maryland hadn't enjoyed going into the NCAAs since 2001.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - Through various Howard County club leagues, camps, four years at Wilde Lake High, the Olympic Development Program and now at the University of Maryland, they have been inseparable on the soccer field. Michael Dello-Russo and Ian Rodway are practically bookends. They have been neighbors, teammates, occasional opponents at the club level and good friends. And, as they prepare with the sixth-ranked Terrapins for one of the team's biggest home games of the season tonight against North Carolina, their relationship is stronger than ever.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1998
After back-to-back losing seasons, Oakland Mills again has a championship-caliber team.Winners of eight state soccer titles, more than any other Maryland school, the No. 7-ranked Scorpions have struggled since their last one in 1994, partly because of declining enrollment that has dropped them to the state's smallest classification, Class 1A.But yesterday against No. 6-ranked, cross-Columbia rival Wilde Lake, Oakland Mills' rugged style of play and pressure...
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1997
River Hill, newly anointed this week with the area's No. 1 ranking, played at Wilde Lake yesterday like a team intent upon keeping that position.The Hawks (5-0 overall, 2-0 league) knocked off fourth-ranked Wilde Lake 1-0 on a penalty kick by team co-captain and sweeper Sam Salganik 12 minutes into the game.The goal was Salganik's third in two games this week, and was a good personal tonic in the wake of the death of his mother's sister Saturday. She was buried Tuesday. Salganik also scored twice in Monday's 4-1 win over Good Counsel.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1997
River Hill, newly anointed this week with the area's No. 1 ranking, played at Wilde Lake yesterday like a team intent upon keeping that position.The Hawks (5-0 overall, 2-0 league) knocked off fourth-ranked Wilde Lake 1-0 on a penalty kick by team co-captain and sweeper Sam Salganik 12 minutes into the game.The goal was Salganik's third in two games this week, and was a good personal tonic in the wake of the death of his mother's sister Saturday. She was buried Tuesday. Salganik also scored twice in Monday's 4-1 win over Good Counsel.
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