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From Sun staff reports | May 18, 2013
The second-seeded Salisbury women's lacrosse team overcame its first second-half deficit of the season as Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) broke a 7-all tie with just over eight minutes to play in an 8-7 victory over third-seeded Middlebury (18-3) in the NCAA Division III semifinals Saturday at Stevenson. The win sends the Sea Gulls to their sixth national championship appearance in program history, where they will face Trinity (Conn.) College, an 8-6 winner over SUNY-Cortland, today at noon.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2014
Stevenson became the eighth program since 1980 to capture the Division III national title, and with that, the team finds itself in an unusual position. As the NCAA champion, the Mustangs have become the biggest “get” on opponents' schedules. They also are trying to ward off contenders who would love nothing more than to saddle Stevenson with a loss and prevent the team from successfully defending the national crown it worked so hard to earn on Memorial Day weekend. “It's new for us, that's for sure,” coach Paul Cantabene said.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2004
Want to know how Claire Edelen and her unbeaten Middlebury College teammates celebrated Sunday afternoon's NCAA Division III women's lacrosse championship overtime victory over the College of New Jersey? Don't ask. "That's a secret," said Edelen who was still on cloud nine after the team's fifth national championship in the past eight years. Not to mention a 70-1 record over the past four seasons and a 131-7 mark in the past eight years. It was Edelen, a freshman attacker from St. Paul's, who set up the game-winning goal in the first overtime of a 13-11 victory.
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From Sun staff reports | May 18, 2013
The second-seeded Salisbury women's lacrosse team overcame its first second-half deficit of the season as Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) broke a 7-all tie with just over eight minutes to play in an 8-7 victory over third-seeded Middlebury (18-3) in the NCAA Division III semifinals Saturday at Stevenson. The win sends the Sea Gulls to their sixth national championship appearance in program history, where they will face Trinity (Conn.) College, an 8-6 winner over SUNY-Cortland, today at noon.
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By From staff reports | May 20, 2007
GENEVA, N.Y. -- Robyn Bishop scored on a free-position shot with 33 seconds left in the game to lift Salisbury to an 8-7 win over Middlebury, sending the Sea Gulls to their second NCAA Division III women's national championship game in three years. The Sea Gulls (21-1) will have a chance to avenge their only loss of the season today at noon, when they face Franklin & Marshall (20-0) at William Smith College's McCooey Field. The Diplomats defeated Gettysburg in the first semifinal game, 13-7, to advance to the title game.
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By Andy Gardiner and Andy Gardiner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 11, 1998
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- Johns Hopkins' farewell to Division III women's lacrosse proved to be an unhappy parting yesterday, when the Blue Jays were routed by Middlebury College, 18-6, in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.Johns Hopkins, which will jump to Division I next season, was knocked off stride from the opening whistle by the defending national champions. Heidi Howard scored 14 seconds into the game to begin a Blue Jays afternoon that was as gloomy as the sodden weather.The Middlebury lead was 4-0 after five minutes and 10-0 at the half.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1999
CHESTERTOWN -- Middlebury attackman Adam Pascal knew the day was going to be special when a pass he attempted at the top of the crease trickled under the stick of the goalie for one of his five first-half goals."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | May 19, 1996
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Goucher College earned its first trip to a Final Four since joining Division III nine years ago but left with its championship hopes squashed as Middlebury routed Goucher, 21-12, in the semifinals yesterday at Lehigh University.Middlebury (13-2) will meet Trenton State (13-0) today at 12: 30 p.m. in the championship game. Trenton, the three-time defending champion making its sixth straight appearance in the title game, defeated Ursinus College, 15-5, in the other semifinal.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2001
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Senior attackman Holt Hopkins scored two goals and had four assists to lead Middlebury to its second consecutive Division III championship with a 15-10 victory over Gettysburg before 14,417 at Rutgers Stadium yesterday. The Panthers (17-1), who won their first title in school history last year, broke open the game by outscoring Gettysburg 5-0 in the second quarter to take a 7-3 lead at halftime. Gettysburg (16-2), playing in its first national championship game, had never trailed by more than three goals at any time this year before meeting Middlebury, which led throughout the second half and finished the season by winning its last 13 games.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1997
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Johns Hopkins still has a chance to win a national women's lacrosse title in Division III, but it will not be today.Top-seeded Middlebury used superior speed and a stingy zone defense to end the Blue Jays' season, 20-6, yesterday in an NCAA Division III semifinal at Lehigh University's Goodman Stadium.The Blue Jays (12-4), who graduate only three seniors, will have one more opportunity to win a Division III title before they move up to Division I in 1999.Yesterday, they stuck close early, but the Panthers scored 11 unanswered goals late in the first half and early in the second to blow the game open.
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Baltimore Sun staff | October 21, 2012
Former Terps players Jen Adams, Brian Dougherty and Kelly Amonte Hiller, as well as eight-time national champion coach Cindy Timchal, were inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame on Saturday night at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley. The quartet, who were accompanied as 2012 inductees by four-time Syracuse All-American midfielder Roy Colsey, three-time Orangemen All-American attackman Tim Nelson, three-time Princeton All-American attackman Jesse Hubbard and Middlebury's Missy Foote, a five-time IWLCA National Coach of the Year, joined  more than 350 lacrosse greats enshrined in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame at US Lacrosse headquarters in Baltimore.
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By Mike Preston | May 11, 2010
There was a time when local players laughed about playing at nearby Goucher, but it's not so funny anymore. When the Gophers (14-3) beat Catholic, 11-4, on Saturday to win the Landmark Conference, they also earned the automatic qualifier to participate in the 23-team Division III tournament. Goucher will be on the road Wednesday in a first-round game against traditional power Middlebury (12-5). Whatever the outcome, the 2010 season has been a major victory for the Gophers.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | August 10, 2009
Peter Kohn, a retired college athletic team field manager inducted into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame, died Wednesday at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. He had suffered a heart attack while on a fishing trip near Cape May, N.J. The North Baltimore resident was 77. "He was an inspirational figure," said former Middlebury College lacrosse coach Jim Grube. "Pete thrived in the environment of coaches and athletes." Born Myron Gutman "Peter" Kohn in Baltimore, he was the son of Bernard Kohn, whose family owned the old Hochschild Kohn department store.
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July 8, 2007
John and Pat Cochran of Wilmington, Delaware are delighted to announce the marriage of their daughter, Katherine Cochran, to Jason Jellick of Friendsville, Pennsylvania. Kate attended John Carroll School in Bel Air, Maryland. She graduated from Loyola College with a BA in French and a minor in Education. She completed two graduate programs - a two-year program through Middlebury College for her MA in French, and a two-year program through the Monterey Institute of International Studies for her MA in TESOL.
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By From staff reports | May 20, 2007
GENEVA, N.Y. -- Robyn Bishop scored on a free-position shot with 33 seconds left in the game to lift Salisbury to an 8-7 win over Middlebury, sending the Sea Gulls to their second NCAA Division III women's national championship game in three years. The Sea Gulls (21-1) will have a chance to avenge their only loss of the season today at noon, when they face Franklin & Marshall (20-0) at William Smith College's McCooey Field. The Diplomats defeated Gettysburg in the first semifinal game, 13-7, to advance to the title game.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | May 30, 2005
PHILADELPHIA - The Sea Gulls still rule the waters of NCAA Division III men's lacrosse. The operative numbers were three, four, six and 49 yesterday after Salisbury outlasted a gritty and talented Middlebury team, 11-10, to win the 2005 division championship before 21,052 on an ideal afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field. It was the third straight national title for Salisbury (20-0), its fourth such crown that climaxed an undefeated season and its sixth championship overall. Where does 49 fit in?
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2000
EWING, N.J. - Williams College opened a five-goal lead with 20 minutes left and held off defending champion Middlebury for an 11-9 victory yesterday in an NCAA Division III semifinal. The No. 4 Ephs, who have never won a national title, will return to Lions Stadium for the final at noon today against the host team, No. 1 College of New Jersey. The two have met only once before, in the 1998 championship won by the Lions, 12-11, in overtime. Yesterday, Williams (14-1) got back-to-back goals from Cara Shortsleeve and Heather Black to boost its lead to 11-6 before the No.2 Panthers (13-2)
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1998
Middlebury lacrosse coach Missy Foote has a favorite anecdote about junior Missy Hopkins that has nothing to do with the game but everything to do with the Garrison Forest graduate's ability to excel on defense.It happened last summer at Boston's Logan Airport. Hopkins had 10 minutes and quite a hike to make her connection for a flight to Europe. Foote was worried. Hopkins was not."I said to her, 'You are never going to make this flight,' " Foote said, "but she just looked at me and smiled.
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By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2005
Memories seem to hang like motes in the sunlight of Peter Kohn's bright and airy new apartment at One East University Parkway. Pictures of his mother, Hylda Gutman Kohn, are everywhere. Kohn emphasizes the "Y" when he spells her name. "I'm very attached to her memory," he says. "She sacrificed her life nearly to my brother and I. We needed so much help." Both boys were considered what would now be called "developmentally challenged." Kohn describes long struggles through a plethora of boarding schools.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | March 30, 2005
Salisbury's women's lacrosse team is celebrating the first No. 1 ranking in the history of its program. After knocking off then-No. 1 and defending national champion Middlebury last week, the Sea Gulls ascended to the top spot in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Division III poll. "We had never even been No. 2 [before this year], so this is the best the school has ever seen. It's a great honor to be part of a team making school history," said senior Linda Ackermann (Liberty)
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