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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 11, 2006
The No. 4 Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team defeated visiting Ohio University, 17-6, in an American Lacrosse Conference opener. Sarah Walsh sparked a 3-0 Blue Jays run to open the game. Kelley Windle, who led the Bobcats (1-5, 0-1) with two goals, halted the run with a goal at 9:14. The Blue Jays (3-0, 1-0) responded with six straight, including two consecutive goals by Mary Key, who finished with a game-high five goals, to push the score to 9-1. No. 12 Towson 16, Connecticut 13 -- Becky Trumbo and Shannon Witzel each scored five goals and had two assists to lead the Tigers (3-0)
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From Sun staff reports | November 26, 2013
Alyssa Thomas scored 21 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to help No. 8 Maryland stop Drexel, 69-63, Monday night at Comcast Center. Thomas picked up her fifth straight double double. Freshman Shatori Walker-Kimbrough added 10 of her 12 points for Maryland (5-1) after halftime to help the Terps halt a strong second-half effort by the Dragons (2-3). Redshirt sophomore Brene Moseley added five of her eight points in the final two minutes to help the Terps win their third straight game.
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By Mark Wogenrich and Jeff Schuler, Tribune Newspapers | September 1, 2012
Penn State began what it calls a "new era" of football Saturday by allowing 21 unanswered second-half points in a 24-14 loss to Ohio University. Penn State played its first game under Coach Bill O'Brien and fourth since former coach Joe Paterno was fired last November. An announced crowd of 97,186, about 9,000 below Beaver Stadium capacity, returned to pledge support for O'Brien and his football team, which went through a tumultuous offseason. On the field, however, second-half lapses led Penn State to its first opening-day loss 2001.
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Sports Digest | August 24, 2013
Horse racing Baby Situation wins on opening day at Timonium First-time starter Baby Situation ($7.60), saddled by Gary Capuano , won the third race at Timonium on Friday, the first of 10 days of action at the Maryland State Fair. J.D. Acosta was aboard the 2-year-old daughter of Medallist, the first of two victories Friday for the journeyman rider. Dane Kobiskie got off to a quick start to lead the trainer standings, winning twice. He saddled Lemon Cookie ($4)
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August 22, 1991
Ray Leonard Jr. decided a long time ago he wouldn't follow his father into boxing.That's one reason Sugar Ray Leonard's son is running pass patterns with other Ohio University freshman football players rather than learning ring techniques."
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December 4, 2009
MAC championship 8 p.m. [ESPN2] Saturday is the big championship day with Southeastern Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12 and Conference USA championships on the line. But to get things started, the Mid-American Conference title game pits Ohio University against quarterback Dan LeFevour, left, and Central Michigan.
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By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | November 24, 1997
AKRON, Ohio -- Ohio is worth fighting for. Just ask Ohio State University.It seems that in 1993, Ohio University crept to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and registered the name "Ohio." That gave Ohio University the exclusive right to use the name commercially in connection with sporting and entertainment events and on licensed merchandise."We want to be known as Ohio, and we don't want anyone else to be known as Ohio," John Burns, director of legal affairs for Ohio University, said last week.
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By David Mehegan and David Mehegan,Boston Globe | May 24, 1998
"Speaking For Myself: Personal Reflections of Vernon R. Alden," by Vernon R. Alden. Ohio University Libraries. Illustrated. 233 pages. $24.95.Vernon R. Alden appears to be one of those accomplished people whose accounts of their own lives, while interesting in their details, leave out what the reader most wants to know: How did he really do it? How did all this happen?Alden's story has an odd combination of the plain and the extraordinary. A minister's son from Illinois who went to Brown University before World War II, served in the Navy, returned to graduate from Brown and went to Harvard Business School, intent on a career in academic administration.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Sun Reporter | December 13, 2007
COLLEGE PARK -- Before last night's game, the Maryland band played "Danger Zone," the 1980s hit. Then the Terrapins proceeded to enter their own danger zone. The Terps, who struggled this season before narrowly defeating Hampton and Northeastern, sweated again last night against Ohio University, another nonconference foe. American@Maryland Dec. 22, 4 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1300 AM
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October 22, 2004
On Tuesday, October 19, 2004 CLARENCE B. COLEMAN died at Charlestown Retirement Community in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Coleman was born in Ohio and graduate from Ohio University. He was a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Signal Corps from 1942 until 1945 and served in the China, Burma, and European Theatres. Following his service, he was employed by Westinghouse Corporation as an engineer for 38 years. He leaves two sisters, Janice C. Klingenberg of North Carolina and Virginia C. Belsho and her husband, Edward, of Florida.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2012
Few would argue that the University of Maryland's decision earlier this week to join the Big Ten isn't about the money — $24 million a year in television revenue. But university officials are helping to sell the deal with what they argue is a significant academic benefit to joining the athletic conference. The 12 universities that make up the Big Ten Conference, plus the University of Chicago, constitute an academic consortium called the Committee on Institutional Collaboration.
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By Mark Wogenrich and Jeff Schuler, Tribune Newspapers | September 1, 2012
Penn State began what it calls a "new era" of football Saturday by allowing 21 unanswered second-half points in a 24-14 loss to Ohio University. Penn State played its first game under Coach Bill O'Brien and fourth since former coach Joe Paterno was fired last November. An announced crowd of 97,186, about 9,000 below Beaver Stadium capacity, returned to pledge support for O'Brien and his football team, which went through a tumultuous offseason. On the field, however, second-half lapses led Penn State to its first opening-day loss 2001.
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June 10, 2010
Kim Dorsey Franklin, sophomore, infield •Batted .481 with an OBP of .594 •Led team with five home runs and 25 RBIs •Was intentionally walked four times against Catonsville in regional tournament, once with bases loaded just to take the bat out of her hands •"Kim is a rock-solid third baseman who can make the hardest plays look routine," Indians coach Ed Lahay said. "At the plate we sometimes referred to her as a shark because of the way she attacks every pitch."
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker , childs.walker@baltsun.com | December 15, 2009
As the first college graduate from a sharecropping family in rural Alabama, David Wilson came to regard education as the country's most powerful agent for change. That faith has fueled Wilson's actions throughout his steady ascent as a leader of universities. The next president of Morgan State believes in research not simply for its own sake, but as a tool to solve problems in America's struggling communities, urban and rural. At Rutgers University, he helped to earn a community empowerment grant that spurred development in Camden, N.J. At Auburn University, he reworked the tenure program to benefit faculty who addressed community problems with their research.
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December 4, 2009
MAC championship 8 p.m. [ESPN2] Saturday is the big championship day with Southeastern Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12 and Conference USA championships on the line. But to get things started, the Mid-American Conference title game pits Ohio University against quarterback Dan LeFevour, left, and Central Michigan.
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By From Sun news services | September 13, 2008
Ohio State running back Chris "Beanie" Wells will not play for the fifth-ranked Buckeyes against No. 1 Southern California tonight. Ohio State coach Jim Tressel made the announcement late yesterday afternoon after the team went through a 40-minute walk-through at the Los Angeles Coliseum. "He's been getting treatment 15 times a day," Tressel said. "I guess if looks could kill, he fought me. I just told the team because it's important our guys know what we thought we should do." The Trojans (1-0)
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February 6, 1995
CollegesOhio University -- Announced it will not renew the contract of athletic director Harold McElhaney.FootballGreen Bay Packers -- Announced that wide receivers coach Jon Gruden is resigning to become the offensive coordinator of the Philadelphia Eagles.San Diego Chargers -- Named Dave Adolph defensive coordinator.GolfUSGA -- Elected Reg Murphy president; Judy Bell and F. Morgan Taylor vice presidents; Gerald A. Stahl secretary; and Trey Holland treasurer.HockeyDallas Stars -- Recalled RW Mark Lawrence from Kalamazoo of the International Hockey League.
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March 18, 1994
TODAY'S GAMESat Landover1. North Carolina (27-6) vs. 16. Liberty (18-11), 12:20 p.m. 8. Washington State (20-10) vs. 9. Boston College (20-10), 2:50 p.m. approx. 4. Temple (22-7) vs. 13. Drexel (25-4), 7:33 p.m. 5. Indiana (19-8) vs. 12. Ohio University (25-7), 10:03 p.m. approx.Outlook: If North Carolina G Donald Williams (14.8 ppg) gets back to playing as he did before his injuries, he could lead the Tar Heels back to the title. Liberty is looking for a miracle, but will have to settle for a good game from senior G Matt Hildebrand (18.8 ppg)
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Sun Reporter | December 13, 2007
COLLEGE PARK -- Before last night's game, the Maryland band played "Danger Zone," the 1980s hit. Then the Terrapins proceeded to enter their own danger zone. The Terps, who struggled this season before narrowly defeating Hampton and Northeastern, sweated again last night against Ohio University, another nonconference foe. American@Maryland Dec. 22, 4 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1300 AM
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,Sun Reporter | March 10, 2007
The 26 members of Ohio University's women's lacrosse team didn't suspect a thing. They had spent a busy four months practicing, scrimmaging and bonding. But with their season opener just three weeks away, an e-mail summoned them to a team meeting instead of practice. Because of a $4 million budget deficit in the sports department, Ohio athletic director Kirby Hocutt had told them, their program was being canceled. "It was just the most shocking news I could ever imagine," said Katie Hertsch, a freshman midfielder and one of 16 players from Maryland.
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