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April 22, 1997
No. 1 Maryland (14-0) vs. No. 4 Loyola (10-2)Site: Ludwig Field, College ParkTime: 7Outlook: Until last week, this game figured to be a showdown between the nation's hottest two teams. Then Loyola lost two games. The setbacks to Virginia (7-6 in sudden-death) and James Madison (9-8) sent the Greyhounds tumbling from the No. 2 spot. Instead of vying for the top ranking, Loyola finds itself in a battle to be one of four teams to be host to an NCAA opening-round tournament game.The Terrapins, who have never lost to Loyola, have no such worries; their come-from-behind, 11-10 victory over Virginia in the ACC tournament championship game was their 50th consecutive victory, including two NCAA titles.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 29, 1997
Princeton, which won its fourth NCAA title in six years Monday, placed a Division I-best seven players on the first three United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-America teams announced yesterday.Virginia and Duke each had five players on the first three teams, and Johns Hopkins had four. Maryland managed just one player on the top three teams, as defenseman Dave LaChapelle made the second team.The four players who were repeat first-team performers included: Virginia's Michael Watson and Doug Knight, Syracuse's Casey Powell and Hopkins' Brian Kuczma.
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March 22, 1991
Head coach: Mary Hart (first season)Assistant: Catherine Hart1990 record: 13-2, lost to Severna Park in 4A-3A state finalsReturnees: Seniors, Devere Keen (att), Lisa Hartman (g), Krissy Borradaile (def) and Laura Gerrior (def); juniors, Becca Fink (att) and Michelle Meyer (def); sophomore, Karen Chesley (att)Newcomers: Junior, Paige Bowman (g); sophomore, Megan McEwen (att)Coach's outlook: "We'll be very team-oriented, which will help out. Last year, a lot of the girls depended on Betsy (Given)
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April 22, 1997
No. 1 Maryland (14-0) vs. No. 4 Loyola (10-2)Site: Ludwig Field, College ParkTime: 7Outlook: Until last week, this game figured to be a showdown between the nation's hottest two teams. Then Loyola lost two games. The setbacks to Virginia (7-6 in sudden-death) and James Madison (9-8) sent the Greyhounds tumbling from the No. 2 spot. Instead of vying for the top ranking, Loyola finds itself in a battle to be one of four teams to be host to an NCAA opening-round tournament game.The Terrapins, who have never lost to Loyola, have no such worries; their come-from-behind, 11-10 victory over Virginia in the ACC tournament championship game was their 50th consecutive victory, including two NCAA titles.
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By Staff report | March 5, 1992
No. 13 was lucky for Broadneck's girls basketball team last night. That's the number of players who scored in its 50-19 victory over visiting Annapolis in a Class 4A Region IV semifinal game.It's hard to believe that the Bruins once trailed in the contest. Yet they had to outscore the third-seeded Panthers (14-10), 21-1, in the second quarter to turn an 8-5 first-quarter deficit into a lead they wouldn't relinquish.The second-seeded Bruins (20-3), who raised their winning streak to nine games, were led by Ava Tasker (10 points, three steals)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 29, 1997
Princeton, which won its fourth NCAA title in six years Monday, placed a Division I-best seven players on the first three United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-America teams announced yesterday.Virginia and Duke each had five players on the first three teams, and Johns Hopkins had four. Maryland managed just one player on the top three teams, as defenseman Dave LaChapelle made the second team.The four players who were repeat first-team performers included: Virginia's Michael Watson and Doug Knight, Syracuse's Casey Powell and Hopkins' Brian Kuczma.
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December 7, 1990
Head coach: Bruce Springer (third season)Assistant: Tom Cole1989-1990 record: 23-3, defeated Largo, 57-52, for state 4A championship.Returnees: Seniors Andrea Macey (forward-center), Crystal Adams (guard) and Talaya Williams (guard); juniors Jennifer Chapman (forward) and Theresa Cornish (forward-center).Newcomers: Juniors Sarah Bannat (forward), Michelle Meyer (guard), April Quigley (guard), Ava Tasker (guard-forward), Amy Chaney (forward) and Jenny Jasick (forward).Coach's outlook: "As far as duplicating last year, I haven't even thought about anything like that, and either have they.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | April 7, 1996
Normally, a women's lacrosse game between Loyola and Harvard would be a marquee matchup.But Harvard is 1-4 this year, and yesterday at Curley Field the visitors were no match for No. 2-ranked Loyola, which cruised to a 14-6 victory, extending its glittering start to 9-0."We're young and inconsistent, and lack speed," Harvard coach Carole Kleinfelder said. "But we had the satisfaction of making Loyola think. We put a zone defense out there and they weren't expecting it."Harvard also had the satisfaction of jumping to a 2-1 lead, but by halftime Loyola led 5-3, thanks to four unanswered goals.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | April 18, 1994
The milestones keep piling up for the Loyola women's lacrosse team.The No. 1 Greyhounds set a school record for consecutive wins yesterday, as they edged No. 6 William and Mary, 8-7, in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament championship at Curley Field.At 15-0, Loyola broke the mark set in 1984, and their 15th also matches the school record for wins in a season.The Greyhounds rebounded from a three-goal deficit to beat the Tribe on a goal by Gina Roberts (Severna Park) with 6:16 left, and in the final minutes, Loyola's defense held off a strong rally by the Tribe.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | December 30, 1991
If last year's final of the Noel Classic was any indication of how the two teams involved would fare in the months ahead, Broadneck girlsbasketball coach Bruce Springer would be sporting a smile from baseline to baseline.And St. Mary's coach Harry Dobson would probably be begging for his old junior varsity coaching job.Unfortunately for Springer and his Bruins, that prediction could prove as accurate as Broadneck's shooting percentage Saturday night. The previously unbeaten visitors converted a dismal 17 of 46 from thefloor and a paltry 6 for 16 from the foul line, while losing to defending champion St. Mary's, 49-42, in the finals of the 13th annual Noel Classic at Archbishop Spalding.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Jamison Hensley and Roch Eric Kubatko and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1996
Look for the action on the field and not on the sidelines when Syracuse and North Carolina square off in the NCAA quarterfinals at Rutgers on Saturday. It's the 18th meeting between the schools, but the first since an emotional, early-season contest in 1994.The series, which pitted two of the most creative and fast-paced attacks, was canceled by North Carolina coach Dave Klarmann who said after the game that traveling to Syracuse became too expensive. However, Syracuse coach Roy Simmons said later that year that he thought Klarmann resented Syracuse's celebration and ended the rivalry.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | April 7, 1996
Normally, a women's lacrosse game between Loyola and Harvard would be a marquee matchup.But Harvard is 1-4 this year, and yesterday at Curley Field the visitors were no match for No. 2-ranked Loyola, which cruised to a 14-6 victory, extending its glittering start to 9-0."We're young and inconsistent, and lack speed," Harvard coach Carole Kleinfelder said. "But we had the satisfaction of making Loyola think. We put a zone defense out there and they weren't expecting it."Harvard also had the satisfaction of jumping to a 2-1 lead, but by halftime Loyola led 5-3, thanks to four unanswered goals.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | April 18, 1994
The milestones keep piling up for the Loyola women's lacrosse team.The No. 1 Greyhounds set a school record for consecutive wins yesterday, as they edged No. 6 William and Mary, 8-7, in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament championship at Curley Field.At 15-0, Loyola broke the mark set in 1984, and their 15th also matches the school record for wins in a season.The Greyhounds rebounded from a three-goal deficit to beat the Tribe on a goal by Gina Roberts (Severna Park) with 6:16 left, and in the final minutes, Loyola's defense held off a strong rally by the Tribe.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 12, 1992
For the briefest of instants, it appeared Broadneck might have a chance of beating Severna Park in yesterday's Class 4A-3A Region IV semifinal girls lacrosse game.Just 11 seconds into the game, the third-seeded Bruins' Megan McEwan (23 goals this year) raced downfield to score one of her three goals on the day, giving Broadneck a 1-0 lead.But McEwan's big day came at the expense of her high-scoring teammates Becca Fink (46 goals) and Michelle Meyer (39), who notched only a goal between them as the defending state champion Falcons (12-1)
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By Staff report | March 5, 1992
No. 13 was lucky for Broadneck's girls basketball team last night. That's the number of players who scored in its 50-19 victory over visiting Annapolis in a Class 4A Region IV semifinal game.It's hard to believe that the Bruins once trailed in the contest. Yet they had to outscore the third-seeded Panthers (14-10), 21-1, in the second quarter to turn an 8-5 first-quarter deficit into a lead they wouldn't relinquish.The second-seeded Bruins (20-3), who raised their winning streak to nine games, were led by Ava Tasker (10 points, three steals)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 26, 1992
Southern's girls basketball team matched an impressive first-quarteragainst visiting Broadneck last night with an equally unimpressive third period that cost it a 40-36 Bay Division loss.Southern led, 14-8, after the first quarter, with 5-foot-11 Laekeka Wesley scoring 10 of her game-high 18 points.The sophomore center sparked the Bulldogs to leads of 7-0 and 11-2 before the Bruins offense got going on two points each from Jen Chapman (eight points, 13 boards), Sarah Bannat (seven points, two rebounds)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 26, 1992
Southern's girls basketball team matched an impressive first-quarteragainst visiting Broadneck last night with an equally unimpressive third period that cost it a 40-36 Bay Division loss.Southern led, 14-8, after the first quarter, with 5-foot-11 Laekeka Wesley scoring 10 of her game-high 18 points.The sophomore center sparked the Bulldogs to leads of 7-0 and 11-2 before the Bruins offense got going on two points each from Jen Chapman (eight points, 13 boards), Sarah Bannat (seven points, two rebounds)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 5, 1992
Arundel coach Lee Rogers wasn't disappointed with his team's play inyesterday's 41-37 girls basketball loss to visiting Bay Division rival Broadneck.Rogers wore a smile on his face after the game, but so did the Bruins' 5-foot-7 guard Ava Tasker. She went 7-for-9 from the field in scoring her game-high 16 points for Broadneck (12-3, 5-1), ranked No. 7 by The Baltimore Sun.Rogers no doubt would have been a tad happier if he could have slowed her down.He admitted paying more attention to Tasker's 6-1 teammate, Jen Chapman, who was coming off a 16-point, 13-rebound performance with two blocks in a 51-47 loss to Old Mill.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 5, 1992
Arundel coach Lee Rogers wasn't disappointed with his team's play inyesterday's 41-37 girls basketball loss to visiting Bay Division rival Broadneck.Rogers wore a smile on his face after the game, but so did the Bruins' 5-foot-7 guard Ava Tasker. She went 7-for-9 from the field in scoring her game-high 16 points for Broadneck (12-3, 5-1), ranked No. 7 by The Baltimore Sun.Rogers no doubt would have been a tad happier if he could have slowed her down.He admitted paying more attention to Tasker's 6-1 teammate, Jen Chapman, who was coming off a 16-point, 13-rebound performance with two blocks in a 51-47 loss to Old Mill.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | December 30, 1991
If last year's final of the Noel Classic was any indication of how the two teams involved would fare in the months ahead, Broadneck girlsbasketball coach Bruce Springer would be sporting a smile from baseline to baseline.And St. Mary's coach Harry Dobson would probably be begging for his old junior varsity coaching job.Unfortunately for Springer and his Bruins, that prediction could prove as accurate as Broadneck's shooting percentage Saturday night. The previously unbeaten visitors converted a dismal 17 of 46 from thefloor and a paltry 6 for 16 from the foul line, while losing to defending champion St. Mary's, 49-42, in the finals of the 13th annual Noel Classic at Archbishop Spalding.
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