March 11, 1991
Coppin State's basketball team has been selected for the National Invitation Tournament, making it two straight years that the Eagles have been in a postseason tournament. Coppin, a National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament team last season, will play at Southwest Missouri State on Thursday night (8:05) in Springfield, Mo., in the first round of the NIT. (Article, 5C)
May 19, 1991
EWING TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Ursinus and Trenton State scored front-running victories in the semifinals of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III women's lacrosse tournament atTrenton State yesterday.Ursinus (12-8) and Trenton State (15-1) will play for th championship here at 12:30 today. It will be the fifth time in the past seven years that the two teams have met in the title game.
December 7, 1990
Ads for Maryland basketball say, "No lights, no camera, just action," a reference to the Terrapins' ban from live television appearances this season as part of National Collegiate Athletic Association sanctions. But the rest of the state's Division I basketball teams -- even if they aren't on probation -- are pretty much in the dark, too, when it comes to television coverage.Note: Coppin State's games are not broadcast on radio.
May 23, 2001
EXACTLY 3,535 fans turned out at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field on Sunday to watch the greatest women's lacrosse dynasty of all time, the University of Maryland, beat Georgetown with eight seconds left in double overtime for its seventh successive national title. The growing interest in women's team sports, for participating and spectating, does not end with soccer. Young girls seek Jen Adams' autograph and imitate her hair style as their sisters did Mia Hamm. Ms. Adams, the finest woman player to wield a stick, came all the way from Australia to do it at College Park.
March 15, 1991
With their "Guiding Light" blacked out, lots of soap opera fans might have turned into "The Young and the Restless" yesterday, but apparently that wasn't the case.Maybe because there was plenty of advance warning that CBS' afternoon of soaps was going to be wiped out by network coverage of the National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament, Channel 11 received relatively few complaints yesterday."It was not as many as we expected," WBAL-TV programming director Emerson Coleman said, adding the station didn't count the calls.
March 6, 1991
Stan Albeck resigned yesterday as Bradley basketball coach after three consecutive losing seasons.Athletic director Ron Ferguson said Albeck was not fired, but that the school thought the decision was the right one.Albeck, 59, didn't attend the news conference but said in a statement that his decision was extremely difficult."