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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2014
Despite a troubled outing that resulted in getting pulled in the third quarter of Loyola's eventual 14-13 overtime loss to Virginia a week ago, senior goalkeeper Jack Runkel is scheduled to start when the No. 14 Greyhounds meet No. 12 Penn State Saturday. Runkel was benched after surrendering 11 goals and making just three saves. Junior Pat McEnerney allowed three goals while making one stop, but Runkel will start after coach Charley Toomey said that the senior responded “the right way” during practice this week.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2014
Critics who wondered how Johns Hopkins would respond to a 2013 season in which the program failed to qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1971 may have been placated  by the team's 10-9 triple overtime victory over then-No. 13 Ohio State on Sunday . The win featured senior attackman Brandon Benn overturning his reputation as a standstill sharpshooter with a dodge from the left wing that led to his game-winning goal 59 seconds into the third extra session, junior attackman Wells Stanwick setting the pace with six points on one goal and five assists, and senior goalkeeper Eric Schneider turning aside a game-high 13 shots.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2014
In hindsight, the saves that Eric Schneider made against Ohio State sophomore attackman Carter Brown (Calvert Hall) on a curl around the right post with about two minutes left in the fourth quarter, junior attackman Turner Evans with less than one minute left in the first overtime, and then sophomore midfielder Charlie Schnider from 12 yards away with less than a minute left in the second extra session were momentum-turning plays that played a role...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2014
Brandon Benn needed just 59 seconds to end the second-longest game in Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse history. From the left wing, the senior attackman buried a shot between the left post and Ohio State senior goalkeeper Greg Dutton (Calvert Hall) to give the No. 15 Blue Jays a 10-9 win in triple overtime over the No. 13 Buckeyes before an announced 1,338 at Homewood Field on Sunday. "I've been taught over four years not to worry about previous play because I didn't shoot the ball well today at all," said Benn, who had two goals and one assist on 10 shots and scored for the 17th straight game dating back to last season.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2014
After watching Virginia score 11 goals in 41 minutes, 29 seconds against Jack Runkel on Thursday night, Loyola coach Charley Toomey decided to sit the senior goalkeeper in favor of junior Pat McEnerney. McEnerney surrendered three goals in 20:13, including the game-winning tally by Cavaliers sophomore attackman James Pannell with 2:13 left in overtime . But Toomey said Friday that his faith in Runkel, who has started since his sophomore year, has not been shaken. “I think Jack would be the first to tell you that he struggled last night,” Toomey said.
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From Sun staff reports | February 5, 2014
Malik Tyne scored five of his 11 points in overtime as No. 15 John Carroll upset No. 2 Calvert Hall, 47-44, Tuesday night. Calvert Hall (23-4, 12-4 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) was held to one point in the second quarter and trailed 19-12 at the half. The host Patriots (21-12, 10-6) took an 11-point lead on a dunk by Mike Tertsea in the third quarter. But the Cardinals, led by Drew Edwards with 19 points, used a full-court trapping defense to rally and force overtime.
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By Katie Carrera and The Washington Post | February 3, 2014
The Detroit Red Wings made their intentions clear from the start Sunday at Verizon Center . If the Washington Capitals were on the power play, Detroit would dedicate one player solely to shadowing Alex Ovechkin to take the NHL's leading scorer out of the equation. But in overtime, when the Capitals went on the man advantage, the Red Wings could not afford to isolate the star right wing given the four-on-three setup. Ovechkin unleashed his beastly one-timer, blasting a shot past netminder Jimmy Howard for a 6-5 win and two important points for Washington.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2014
The Lake Clifton boys basketball team doesn't have the flashy player who can pour in points. And the No. 10 Lakers often give up size any time they go up against the other top teams in Baltimore City. To make up for any shortcomings, they work hard in practice, play smart and tenacious team defense and, most importantly, believe in each other. After falling behind by a point at No. 7 Edmondson in the closing seconds of overtime on Tuesday, Lake Clifton was confident it would find a way to win. Senior Stephon Brown, a 5-foot-5 guard, made sure, hitting a jumper with nine seconds left in overtime to give the Lakers a grind-it-out, 43-42 win over the host Red Storm.
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Sports Xchange | January 26, 2014
North Carolina A&T got the go-ahead basket from guard Richard Pauk with five seconds left to knock off Morgan State, 68-67, in overtime Saturday night and send the Bears to their first loss in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The Aggies (7-13, 3-2) trailed 11-2 early in the game but got back into it quickly and trailed just 33-29 at halftime. Both teams squandered opportunities late in regulation and were tied at 59 heading into overtime. The Bears (6-11, 4-1) entered with the highest-scoring offense in the league at 81.8 points per game but were held in check by the Aggies.
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From Sun staff reports | January 26, 2014
Jacqueline Brewer (27 points) made two free throws to break the fifth and final tie, at 79, with 38 seconds left in overtime, and Mount St. Mary's (9-10, 4-3) won, 84-79, against Bryant (10-8, 5-2) on Saturday. Bryant's Jenniqua Bailey (30 points) tied the game at 70-all with a jumper with less than two minutes to go. Both teams then traded 3-pointers over the closing minute to force overtime. Loyola Maryland 61, Colgate 54: The Greyhounds (5-14, 2-6 Patriot League) led the whole second half against the Raiders (5-14, 1-7)
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