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June 5, 1993
THE TEAMSFIRST TEAMName ........ ........ School ........ Year ..... PositionMatt Clune ........... St. Mary's .... Junior ... AttackMichael Ford ......... Towson ........ Senior ... AttackMaury LaPointe .... Mount St. Joseph.. Senior ... AttackMichael Watson ....... St. Paul's .... Senior ... AttackBill Evans ........... Loyola ........ Senior ... MidfieldAndy Sharretts ....... Boys' Latin ... Senior ... MidfieldMark Cornes .......... Gilman ........ Junior ... MidfieldKevin Reichardt .....
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By Teddy Greenstein, Tribune reporter | June 20, 2010
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — When they see the man with the gap-toothed grin and giant polo insignia on his sweater, they holler stuff like: "Do it for the baby boomers!" and "Come on, win one for the old guys!" Tom Watson, at 60, less than a year removed from nearly winning the British Open, has become a cause. "It has been a good run," he said. Watson didn't want that run to end Friday. This is his 31st U.S. Open and likely to be his last. He's the only man to compete in all five Pebble Beach Opens — 1972, '82 (which he won)
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By Special to The Sun | February 2, 1994
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- For the second straight game, injury-riddled Mount St. Mary's turned to its supporting cast as the Mountaineers defeated Central Connecticut, 82-71, for their fifth straight win last night.Freshman forward Larry Townes scored 16 points to lead the Mount (11-8), which also got 13 points apiece from guards Sefton Robinson and Doug John.The Mountaineers were again without three of their top six players as center Randy Edney (torn knee cartilage) and forwards Michael Watson (sprained ankle)
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By Mike Scandura and Mike Scandura,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 23, 2004
BOSTON - Philadelphia midfielder Roy Colsey didn't exactly reveal a trade secret yesterday while analyzing the Barrage's 13-11 victory over the Boston Cannons in the Major League Lacrosse championship game. "Defense does win championships, and I think we went out there and proved it," Colsey said after a postseason-record crowd of 8,279 left Nickerson Field. "We couldn't ask for any more than having Nicky [Polanco], the Defensive Player of the Year, and Greg Cattrano, who's the best goalie in the world.
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By Lem Satterfield | June 9, 1993
All-Metro performers Michael Watson (St. Paul's) and Bill Evans (Loyola) head a list of Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference players who were recently named All-Americans by the United States Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches' Association.Watson, a two-time All-Metro and this year's C. Markland Kelly Award winner, is The Baltimore Sun's 1993 Player of the Year for boys lacrosse. He and Evans were named All-Americans for the second straight year.All-Metro players Andy Sharretts (Boys' Latin)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 14, 1996
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - Michael Watson scored a career-best seven goals, including the game-winner 49 seconds into overtime, as top-ranked Virginia escaped with a 16-15 victory over No. 6 Brown before 300 at Hofstra Stadium yesterday.Watson pulled out the game for the Cavaliers when he powered in five-yard shot on a feed from Tim Whiteley.Virginia (3-0), which has defeated three teams in the nation's top six, held a 14-9 lead in the fourth quarter, but the Bears (2-1) stormed back with five straight goals to tie the game with 1: 19 left.
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By Steven Kivinski | May 27, 1994
The 50th annual C. Markland Kelly Awards, given annually to the best lacrosse players in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association, formerly the MSA, were announced at Wednesday night's banquet at Martin's Eudowood.Loyola senior defenseman Karl Zeller was selected as the A Conference and overall winner while Tony Coatsolonia of John Carroll was chosen from among the six nominees from the B Conference.Zeller was only the third defenseman in the last 30 years to win the overall award and his selection marked the fourth straight year that the award went to a University of Virginia-bound player.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | April 4, 1993
For St. Paul's senior attackman Michael Watson, the test of his leadership abilities came in the Crusaders' season-opening game against No. 2 Gilman.With the score tied at 7 just 57 seconds into the second overtime period, Watson, the area's only returning All-Metro boys lacrosse player, scored the game-winning goal.The goal was the All-American's second of the afternoon, securing an 8-7 victory that maintained the top-ranked Crusaders' 26-game winning streak.More important, it was evidence that the speedy 5-foot-9, 165-pounder has accepted the challenge of leading the Crusaders to a third straight Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference crown.
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Contributing Writer | May 13, 1992
Like a time bomb, the vaunted attack of top-ranked St. Paul's kept ticking away against upstart Calvert Hall in Brooklandville yesterday.That is, until the Crusaders' all-time leading scorer, senior Tim Whiteley, detonated the three-goal explosion in the fourth quarter of the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference semifinal playoff game. Whiteley crammed three of his four goals into a two-minute span, and St. Paul's (16-0) pulled away from the No. 4 Cardinals (8-6) for a 12-6 victory and a chance at a second straight MSA A Conference crown.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 8, 1997
After squandering a prime breakaway opportunity for the North in the waning seconds of yesterday's Division I All-Star Game, Brendan Glass redeemed himself by scoring the game-winner 36 seconds into overtime.The All-America attackman from the University of Massachusetts scored a team-high five goals in the 20-19 victory and left UMBC Stadium as Most Valuable Player of the 56th annual North-South Classic."Everything got dark on the breakaway," said Glass, referring to his final shot in regulation.
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By Mike Scandura and Mike Scandura,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 21, 2004
BOSTON - Boston Cannons midfielder Mike Battista looked forward to renewing acquaintances last night with former Loyola teammates Jamie Hanford and Mark Frye, who suited up for the Baltimore Bayhawks in a Major League Lacrosse semifinal game. Suffice to say Battista enjoyed the reunion more than Hanford and Frye. Battista and Baltimore native Michael Watson each had three goals, with Battista scoring a pair of two-point goals plus an assist as the Cannons blasted the Bayhawks, 24-16, at Nickerson Field.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 8, 1997
After squandering a prime breakaway opportunity for the North in the waning seconds of yesterday's Division I All-Star Game, Brendan Glass redeemed himself by scoring the game-winner 36 seconds into overtime.The All-America attackman from the University of Massachusetts scored a team-high five goals in the 20-19 victory and left UMBC Stadium as Most Valuable Player of the 56th annual North-South Classic."Everything got dark on the breakaway," said Glass, referring to his final shot in regulation.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 14, 1996
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - Michael Watson scored a career-best seven goals, including the game-winner 49 seconds into overtime, as top-ranked Virginia escaped with a 16-15 victory over No. 6 Brown before 300 at Hofstra Stadium yesterday.Watson pulled out the game for the Cavaliers when he powered in five-yard shot on a feed from Tim Whiteley.Virginia (3-0), which has defeated three teams in the nation's top six, held a 14-9 lead in the fourth quarter, but the Bears (2-1) stormed back with five straight goals to tie the game with 1: 19 left.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 29, 1995
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. -- It could have been a benchmark game for Mount St. Mary's, which has never led the Northeast Conference this late in the regular season.But Rider's Deon Hames wouldn't allow that to happen.Hames frustrated the Mounts' leading scorer, Chris McGuthrie, with his defense and took command of his team's offense to spark Rider to an 89-78 NEC victory yesterday before 1,650 at Alumni Gymnasium.With the Broncs' front line in foul trouble most of the day, Hames scored 28 points -- half from the foul line -- and held McGuthrie to eight shots and nine points.
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By Steven Kivinski | May 27, 1994
The 50th annual C. Markland Kelly Awards, given annually to the best lacrosse players in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association, formerly the MSA, were announced at Wednesday night's banquet at Martin's Eudowood.Loyola senior defenseman Karl Zeller was selected as the A Conference and overall winner while Tony Coatsolonia of John Carroll was chosen from among the six nominees from the B Conference.Zeller was only the third defenseman in the last 30 years to win the overall award and his selection marked the fourth straight year that the award went to a University of Virginia-bound player.
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By From Staff Reports PROVIDENCE, R.I | April 10, 1994
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Brian McNally scored three goals, including the game-winner with five minutes left in the third quarter, lifting No. 13 Brown past top-ranked Princeton, 7-6, in an Ivy League game yesterday.Princeton (6-1, 2-1), whose 17-game league winning streak was halted, rallied to tie the game at 6, getting two goals from Scott Reinhardt and one by Kevin Lowe. McNally's game-winning goal was assisted by Rob Gutheil.Brown (4-4, 2-0) built a 5-2 halftime lead on two goals by McNally and single goals by David Evans, Jim Gaensbauer and Gutheil.
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By Mike Scandura and Mike Scandura,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 21, 2004
BOSTON - Boston Cannons midfielder Mike Battista looked forward to renewing acquaintances last night with former Loyola teammates Jamie Hanford and Mark Frye, who suited up for the Baltimore Bayhawks in a Major League Lacrosse semifinal game. Suffice to say Battista enjoyed the reunion more than Hanford and Frye. Battista and Baltimore native Michael Watson each had three goals, with Battista scoring a pair of two-point goals plus an assist as the Cannons blasted the Bayhawks, 24-16, at Nickerson Field.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 29, 1995
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. -- It could have been a benchmark game for Mount St. Mary's, which has never led the Northeast Conference this late in the regular season.But Rider's Deon Hames wouldn't allow that to happen.Hames frustrated the Mounts' leading scorer, Chris McGuthrie, with his defense and took command of his team's offense to spark Rider to an 89-78 NEC victory yesterday before 1,650 at Alumni Gymnasium.With the Broncs' front line in foul trouble most of the day, Hames scored 28 points -- half from the foul line -- and held McGuthrie to eight shots and nine points.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | March 1, 1994
EMMITSBURG -- The final was 90-81, Mount St. Mary's, suggesting a fairly easy victory in the first round of the Northeast Conference basketball tournament last night at Knott Arena.It was anything but.St. Francis (N.Y.), playing with just seven players, took the issue down to the final two minutes before succumbing to a free-throw barrage that carried the Mountaineers into the quarterfinals tomorrow night at Monmouth."Nothing's easy, is it?" Mount coach Jim Phelan said. "At least we finished the way we hoped, but these kinds of teams we've got to put away earlier.
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By Special to The Sun | February 2, 1994
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- For the second straight game, injury-riddled Mount St. Mary's turned to its supporting cast as the Mountaineers defeated Central Connecticut, 82-71, for their fifth straight win last night.Freshman forward Larry Townes scored 16 points to lead the Mount (11-8), which also got 13 points apiece from guards Sefton Robinson and Doug John.The Mountaineers were again without three of their top six players as center Randy Edney (torn knee cartilage) and forwards Michael Watson (sprained ankle)
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