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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2014
Severna Park has named David Earl as its new boys lacrosse coach. Earl, who spent the past two years as coach at Anne Arundel Community College, replaces Shane Hall. The Falcons finished 6-9 in Hall's first season before he resigned. Prior to coaching at AACC, Earl spent five years at St. Mary's as the junior varsity coach and varsity assistant. This spring, Earl, a Salisbury State University graduate, was named the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Coach of the Year after leading the Pioneers to a 14-7 mark and Final Four appearance.
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By Chrissy King and Chrissy King,Evening Sun Staff | May 10, 1991
Tim Puls is a happy man these days. His Essex Community College men's lacrosse team is 13-0 and seeded first going into the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament, today and tomorrow at Catonsville Community College.The Knights finished the regular season undefeated for the first time in school history, winning their fourth straight Region XX championship along the way.As if that were not enough, the Knights have been ranked first in the national junior college poll since the second week of the season.
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December 9, 1990
Three Anne Arundel Community College soccer players recently were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-America team.Sandi Young (Andover) of Ferndale and Nikki Beall (Meade) of Laurel were named to the first team while Suzanne Price of Severna Park was named to the second team. All three also were named to the NJCAA National All-Tournament team, along with Megan McElhenny of Davidsonville.Young, a fullback and captain of the team, tallied seven goals and four assists for the year.
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By Sam Davis and Sam Davis,Staff Writer | May 7, 1992
Southern Idaho Junior College sophomore Craig Tyson, The Baltimore Sun's 1989 basketball player of the year, signed a national letter of intent with Arkansas yesterday, his junior college coach said. He will join Dunbar point guard Michael Lloyd, who also has signed with the Razorbacks.Tyson, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard who attended Southern High, was selected as a junior college All-American last season after teaming with Southern graduates David Cason and Adam Johnson to lead the Golden Eagles to a 34-4 record and a third-place finish in the national junior college tournament.
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By Jerry Bembry | August 23, 1991
Mark Amatucci has enjoyed his two years transforming the Anne Arundel Community College basketball team into a national junior-college power, but that never has suppressed his desire to return to coaching at the top level."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 1, 1992
Essex Community College's lacrosse players turned green with envy when they saw those rings given to the champions.That was two years ago, after Essex bowed to Nassau (N.Y.) CC in the National Junior College Athletic Association championship game. The Nassau players left with rings. The Essex players left runners-up."The kids came back here hungry," said Essex coach Tim Puls. "They saw the rings the champions wore and wanted them. They put a picture of the awards ceremony in our locker room.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 10, 2003
A rematch of last year's championship game will highlight the first day of the National Junior College Athletic Association men's lacrosse final four, which comes to CCBC-Essex this weekend. The host Knights, who won the Region XX title with a 15-8 victory over CCBC-Catonsville on Sunday, will meet defending national champion Nassau (N.Y.) in today's second semifinal at 3 p.m. The Lions (8-6) thrashed Essex in last year's title game, 14-2, but enter today's contest as the third seed after losing the teams' regular-season meeting, 14-11.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | February 19, 1992
Top-seeded Allegany Community College will seek its eighth straight Maryland Junior College championship in the 12-team tournament at Hagerstown that begins tomorrow and concludes Sunday.Allegany, which has been to the national junior-college tournament five of the past seven years, is 28-2 overall. Its only losses came at Vincennes, the Indiana power that includes former Lake Clifton star Ron Lucas, and at the New Community College of Baltimore in December.Coach Bob Kirk has just one sophomore, 6-7 center Reggie Waddy, in his starting lineup.
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By Jerry Beach and Jerry Beach,FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 2008
Matt Hickman and Bruce Richardson each scored four goals and host Salisbury stayed perfect, beating Ohio Wesleyan, 13-5, yesterday in the second round of the NCAA Division III men's tournament. The Sea Gulls (19-0) advanced to face Cabrini (17-2), a 13-10 winner over Haverford, in a quarterfinal Wednesday. The Sea Gulls outshot the Battling Bishops 39-28. Nick Gallagher led Ohio Wesleyan (10-7) with two goals. CCBC-Essex 17, Herkimer County (N.Y.) CC 10 --The Knights broke open a tie game with four unanswered goals over three minutes spanning the second and third quarters to advance to the National Junior College Athletic Association championship game in Garden City, N.Y. Neal Barthelme had five goals, Andrew Reinhardt added four goals and four assists and Tony Kikola made 19 saves for No. 3 seed Essex, which will face No. 4 seed Nassau Community College today at 1 p.m. Essex beat Nassau, 11-9, in Bel Air on April 5. "It's hard to beat a team twice, but I think we're capable," Essex coach Brian Duncan said.
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November 25, 1992
Anne Arundel Community College distinguished itself last weekend in the National Junior College Athletic Association National Cross Country Meet in Tempe, Ariz.The Pioneers' only female runner, Janine Macmillan, was an honorable mention All-American, and the men's team took eighth in the JuCo District II meet.Macmillan took 13th place among the women with a time of 20 minutes, 19 seconds over the 5-kilometer course.She missed All-American status by three places.Competing in a field of 170 with runners from Kenya, Jamaica, New Zealand, Great Britain, Mexico and Ireland, the Pioneers men placed five in the top 55, good for 212 points and eighth place.
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