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The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2013
Hobart announced Monday that its men's lacrosse team will accept an invitation to compete in the Northeast Conference as an associate member beginning next season. The Statesmen will leave the quickly crumbing Eastern College Athletic Conference lacrosse league to join Northeast Conference members Mount St. Mary's, Bryant, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart and Wagner. The move leaves Bellarmine and Air Force as the only ECAC teams without a home past next season. Lacrosse Magazine reported Friday that both the Falcons and the Knights are in talks to join the newly formed Atlantic Sun Conference, which will sponsor lacrosse for the first time in 2014.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2013
Hobart announced Monday that its men's lacrosse team will accept an invitation to compete in the Northeast Conference as an associate member beginning next season. The Statesmen will leave the quickly crumbing Eastern College Athletic Conference lacrosse league to join Northeast Conference members Mount St. Mary's, Bryant, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart and Wagner. The move leaves Bellarmine and Air Force as the only ECAC teams without a home past next season. Lacrosse Magazine reported Friday that both the Falcons and the Knights are in talks to join the newly formed Atlantic Sun Conference, which will sponsor lacrosse for the first time in 2014.
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March 24, 1991
Head coach: Peter Trau (interim coach for Rob White, who is in military training as part of Operation Desert Storm)Assistants: Mike Burnett and Chris Lamon1990 record: 18-5 (Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference runner-up behind Loyola)Returnees: Seniors, Drew Bauer (def), Spencer Reckner (mid), Matt Long (att), Matt Sarro (mid) and Tim Donegan (mid); juniors, Jason Moran (mid), Jason Wade (att), Milford Marchant(mid), Graydon Ripley (def), Court Durling (g) and Todd Muendel (mid); sophomore Dudley Dixon (att)
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | July 14, 1995
John Cephalis has been catching right-hander Rob Mister since he was 7 years old, so it came as no surprise when Edgewood's long-lasting battery recently signed letters of intent attend Coppin State on baseball scholarships."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 13, 2002
Having lost four games by a combined five goals, McDonogh coach Jake Reed knew his ninth-ranked Eagles "were right there. We just needed all of the kids to come out and play hard at the same time." The host Eagles did just that in yesterday's 11-9 victory over rival and No. 5 St. Mary's in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference Division I play. Zak Johns scored McDonogh's eighth and 10th goals during a game-clinching 4-0 run that turned an 8-7 deficit into an 11-8 lead.
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 17, 2002
It did not take long for the St. Mary's boys lacrosse team to find out why Landon of Montgomery County is the nation's top-ranked team. The visiting Bears scored just 11 seconds into the game, took a seven-goal lead after the first quarter and cruised to a 10-6 win yesterday at Bates/Weens Whelen Athletic Complex. Landon, ranked No. 1 by Inside Lacrosse magazine, improved to 11-0 and extended its winning streak to 29 games. Senior midfielder Brendan Healy scored six goals, including four in the first quarter, for Landon.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Special to The Sun | March 29, 1995
It's the key to success in lacrosse:You win the ground-ball battle, you win the game, right?Not exactly.Ninth-ranked Severn, in its bid to upset No. 2 Gilman yesterday, out-hustled and out-scrapped the visiting Greyhounds, controlling 45 ground balls to Gilman's 21.But when it was all said and done, the Greyhounds had escaped with an 8-3 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference victory.Still, Severn coach Mike Burnett sounded like it was his team that had come away with a win."
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By Doug Brown | March 22, 1995
Archbishop Spalding Cavaliers1994 record: 1-14. Coach: Jay Trainor.Top players: Steve Odenwald, Sr., A; Sean O'Toole, Sr., A; Paul Menges, Sr., M; Clayton Greene, Jr., M; Dave Marcian, Sr., D; John Edwards, Jr., G.Outlook: Trainor, then the assistant coach, said last season was a "nightmare" from the time goalie Steve Windsor broke his leg on a fall on the ice in January. Plagued by injuries, the team lost its enthusiasm, and the varsity and JV won only one game combined.Defense might be a strength, with Marcian leading a group of four returning defensemen and Edwards benefiting from a year in the goal.
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 17, 2002
It did not take long for the St. Mary's boys lacrosse team to find out why Landon of Montgomery County is the nation's top-ranked team. The visiting Bears scored just 11 seconds into the game, took a seven-goal lead after the first quarter and cruised to a 10-6 win yesterday at Bates/Weens Whelen Athletic Complex. Landon, ranked No. 1 by Inside Lacrosse magazine, improved to 11-0 and extended its winning streak to 29 games. Landon senior midfielder Brendan Healy scored six goals, including four in the first quarter, Jake Byrne added two goals and an assist, and senior attackman Matt Ward had two assists before leaving with an ankle injury early in the second quarter.
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 22, 2002
St. Mary's senior attack Scott Falatach lived up to the hype in the fifth-ranked Saints' season opener yesterday afternoon. Then he raised the bar a little bit higher. Falatach matched a career high by scoring seven goals to lead visiting St. Mary's to an 11-8 victory over No. 3 St. Paul's in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game. Falatach, who has signed to play lacrosse at the University of North Carolina, demonstrated remarkable stick control, while his wide range of jukes, fakes and spins gave Crusaders defenders fits.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Special to The Sun | April 1, 1995
With a rookie head coach and a roster dominated by underclassmen, sixth-ranked St. Paul's will have to clear a lot of hurdles to match its success of the past several seasons.Yesterday, the Crusaders jumped a big one with an 11-7 win over visiting and No. 9 Severn.The victory was the first in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association for new head coach Rick Brocato, and it was an important one, too.St. Paul's -- along with Severn and No. 2 Gilman -- plays in the toughest of the MIAA A Conference's three divisions.
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