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From Sun staff reports | March 15, 2014
Jordan Wolf's goal at the 2:34 mark of the first overtime period lifted host No. 6 Duke to a 9-8 win over No. 7 North Carolina on Saturday at Koskinen Stadium. "Christian Walsh came down and made a nice move," Wolf said. "We've been playing together for a long time and have great chemistry, and I knew he was going to throw it to me and set a pick. I attacked the ball, got to five-on-five, inside roll and stuck it, fortunately. " The Blue Devils improved to 6-2 overall and 1-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference while the Tar Heels fell to 5-2, 0-2. "I just thought it was everything that is good about our sport," coach John Danowski said.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -- In some ways, short memories can hurt a basketball team. Mark Turgeon admitted after Sunday's 75-69 overtime win over No. 5 Virginia at Comcast Center that on a key possession toward the end of regulation, one of his players forgot which play the team was running. But having a short memory can also help a player, as it did sophomore forward Jake Layman while he was struggling through another tough shooting game: 1 of 7 from the field and 0-for-4 on 3-pointers against the Cavaliers.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun and By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 2, 2014
CLEMSON, S.C. - Maryland had its recent spate of close losses prolonged Sunday at Littlejohn Coliseum. With chances to win at the end of regulation, the Terps went into one overtime, then another, before losing to Clemson, 77-73, as their season-long agony continued. The defeat was the sixth in nine games this season decided by four points or fewer, and the third in a stretch of four games that followed two-point defeats to both Duke and Syracuse. Despite taking the lead with the first basket in each overtime, and leading 71-70 on a jumper by sophomore guard Seth Allen with 1:32 left in the second overtime, the Terps couldn't stop the Tigers down the stretch.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2014
During last year's run to the Division III national championship, Stevenson split faceoff duties between then-junior Brent Hiken (202-of-285 for 70.9 percent and 133 ground balls) and then-sophomore Sam Wyatt (177-of-266 for 66.5 percent and 111 GB). The team is doing that again this season, but the rotation is different. Sophomore Justin Buonomo has replaced Wyatt, and he proved himself with an 11-of-15 performance (73.3 percent) and a game-high nine ground balls in the Mustangs' 15-14 overtime loss to the Rochester Institute of Technology on Saturday.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
The buzz surrounding reigning national champion Stevenson's 15-14 overtime loss to the Rochester Institute of Technology on Saturday at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y., was that the ending was steeped in controversy. But that's not how Mustangs coach Paul Cantabene saw it. Stevenson won the faceoff to begin the extra session, but Tigers coach Jake Coon asked for a check on sophomore faceoff specialist Justin Buonomo's stick. Officials ruled that the stick was illegal, giving RIT a three-minute extra-man opportunity.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2014
Reigning NCAA Division III champion Stevenson barely escaped its season opener vs. York with a win, outlasting the Spartans, 9-8 in overtime on Saturday. Many coaches would prefer a slightly less stressful beginning to a season, but Paul Cantabene said there was a silver lining to the tighter-than-expected win. “I think that really woke up our guys, that we weren't going to be able to walk through games,” he said Thursday as the Mustangs (1-0) - ranked No. 1 in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association preseason poll - prepare for Saturday's matchup with No. 2 Rochester Institute of Technology (0-0)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2014
Navy got hat tricks from a pair of starting attackmen in senior Sam Jones and sophomore T.J. Hanzsche in Saturday's 9-8 overtime loss to Georgetown, but little else from its offensive midfield. Senior Sean Price (Severna Park) was the only midfielder who registered a point, scoring a goal in the first quarter. (Junior short-stick defensive midfielder Alex Heyward scored in the third period.) The first midfield of seniors Pat Durkin and Erik Hoffstadt and junior Gabe Voumard and second line of Price, senior Austin Heneveld and sophomore Kevin Wendel combined for 14 shots, putting half of them on net. But coach Rick Sowell said he is not worried about the midfield's lack of production as the Midshipmen (1-1)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2014
Two games into the 2014 campaign, Salisbury has already improved in a department that bedeviled the team last season. With Saturday's 12-11 overtime decision against No. 11 Lynchburg, the No. 5 Sea Gulls are 1-0 in one-goal decisions. Last year, they went 1-3 in one-goal games, which contributed to a 17-6 record and one of the last remaining at-large bids to the NCAA tournament. Coach Jim Berkman said the key to Saturday's win was reminding the players to simply stick to their roles without overextending themselves.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2014
After a heartbreaking 14-13 overtime loss to No. 10 Virginia in the season opener, Loyola almost found itself in a similar spot Saturday when the No. 14 Greyhounds and No. 12 Penn State were tied, 11-11, at the end of regulation. But junior attackman Nikko Pontrello guaranteed a different ending when he scored just 19 seconds into the extra session to deliver Loyola its first victory of the year. “Our kids had a great week of practice, and I thought that emotionally for them to have success after truly working hard and wanting to get that taste out of their mouths after Virginia, I was really happy for the kids,” coach Charley Toomey said Monday morning.
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From Sun staff reports | February 16, 2014
Nikko Pontrello scored the game-winning goal 19 seconds into overtime, and No. 14 Loyola Maryland beat No. 12 Penn State, 12-11, on Saturday in a game that was moved indoors to Holuba Hall because of last week's snowstorm. The host Nittany Lions (1-1) scored the final four goals of regulation for an 11-all score and sent the game to overtime, but Graham Savio won the faceoff for the Greyhounds (1-1) to start the extra frame. Pontrello, Tyler Albrecht and Jeff Chase (Boys' Latin)
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