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By From Staff Reports | January 13, 1995
Orick Smith scored eight of his 17 points in overtime to lift Beaver College of Pennsylvania (10-0) to a 97-94 win over Western Maryland (5-8) in a nonconference game last night.Smith hit two free throws with 16 seconds left to give the Scarlet Knights, the fourth-ranked team in the NCAA Division III Middle Atlantic region, a 95-91 lead. After Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph) made a three-pointer with 10 seconds remaining to bring Western Maryland to within one, Smith connected on two more foul shots at the six-second mark.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2014
The Tewaaraton Foundation announced the men's watch list for its annual award Thursday night . It's a large group, but there were a few players absent from the list that stood out to me. Locally, I was surprised that Loyola junior attackman Nikko Pontrello was missing. He leads Division I in goals with 15 and is tied with Duke senior attackman Jordan Wolf for the national lead in points with 19. UMBC could have had a couple candidates in senior attackman Matt Gregoire and sophomore midfielder Pat Young.
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By From Staff Reports | January 8, 1994
ANNVILLE, Pa. -- Western Maryland (4-6) scored the first seven points of overtime and held on to beat Delaware Valley (0-8), 81-77, last night in the first round of the Rinso Marquette Tournament at Lebanon Valley College.Junior guard Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph) led the Green Terrors with 17 points and senior forward Rolando Welch added 16.Benedict College 94, Bowie State 72PETERSBURG, Va. -- Kevin Burrows scored 21 points to lead Benedict College (11-1) past Bowie State (5-6) in a semifinal of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tournament.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2013
Here is the fourth installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Thursday's visit was with Johns Hopkins. Friday's visit is with UMBC. REVIEW The good: The Retrievers (7-8 overall and 3-2 in the America East) qualified for the conference tournament for the 10th time in the 10 years the program has been a member of the league, but unlike the previous three seasons, the team advanced beyond the tournament semifinal round with a 15-13 comeback win against Hartford on May 2. UMBC fell to then-No.
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By From Staff Reports | January 9, 1995
T. J. Gondek scored 34 points to lead Colby-Sawyer past Western Maryland, 92-72, in the consolation game of the Elmira Tournament yesterday in Elmira, N.Y. Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph) and Jeff Daniels led Western Maryland with 12 points each.Western Maryland (5-6) scored the first nine points of the second half to break a 40-40 halftime tie. But the Chargers (8-2) went on a 25-6 run to put the game out of reach.* Bates 98, St. Mary's 85: Mike Marsh had 29 points and 10 rebounds as Bates defeated host St. Mary's in the consolation game of the Show Place Arena Invitational tournament.
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By From Staff Reports YORK, Pa | January 23, 1994
YORK, Pa. -- Daniel Johnson scored 19 points and pulled down eight rebounds, leading York College to a 68-56 nonleague victory over St. Mary's yesterday.Dean Gamber added 14 and five assists for York, which built a 30-20 halftime advantage on 14-for-28 shooting.Michael Rudolph led St. Mary's with 11 points. Chris DeLisi added 10 and seven rebounds.Washington 72, Gettysburg 71GETTYSBURG -- Geoff Rupert scored 15 points to lead Washington past Gettysburg. Ben Harris and Charles Cummings each scored 14 points for Washington.
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By From Staff Reports | January 4, 1995
Terrell Harris scored 19 points and John Woods added 18 to lead UMES (5-6) to a 75-51 victory over Delaware State (3-7) in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener for both teams last night in Dover.UMES held a 28-24 halftime lead and outscored Delaware State 11-2 to extend the margin to 39-26 after Aaron McKinney's basket with 15:19 remaining.Delaware State, which shot only 26 percent from the field, closed the gap to 10 points twice after that, the last time at 45-35.* Western Maryland 79, Messiah 63: Daveiid St. Rose (Patapsco)
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By From Staff Reports | January 11, 1995
Derek Cuff scored 21 points and had five rebounds to lead Washington College (7-5) to a 91-57 victory over Gallaudet (6-5) last night in Chestertown.The Shoremen led 41-24 at the half and dominated throughout.Adam Poe added 19 points and six rebounds for the Shoremen.* Mary Washington 87, Western Maryland 84: Jamie Warren scored 25 points, including the clinching free throws, and Justin McCarthy added 23 to push Mary Washington (1-6) over Western Maryland (5-7) in a nonconference game.Warren's two foul shots with six seconds left gave the Eagles thethree-point lead, and Western Maryland's Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph)
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By From Staff Reports | December 8, 1993
Junior Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph) went 5-for-8 from three-point range and had a team-high 20 points, as Western Maryland (2-4, 2-2) defeated visiting Dickinson (3-3, 1-1), 87-70, in a Centennial Conference game last night.Young hit three of his three-pointers to spark a 15-1 run in the final 3:30 of the first half and give Western Maryland a 47-21 halftime advantage.Dickinson's Aaron Gingrich paced a second-half comeback with 25 points after the intermission and 31 overall. The Red Devils pulled to within 79-70 with just under a minute to play.
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By Bob Clark | January 7, 1991
Pat Young scored the tying basket on a driving layup with four seconds to play and added a free throw for the winning point to complete the three-point play, as host and No. 14 Mount St. Joseph beat No. 7 St. Frances, 62-61, in a Catholic League game yesterday.The Gaels (8-4, 2-0) battled back from a six-point deficit after three quarters but never took the lead until Young provided the late heroics. St. Frances (5-4, 1-1) had broken a 59-59 deadlock when Antwan Wingo, who led the Panthers with 18 points, hit a bank shot with 12 seconds remaining.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | April 27, 2013
The UMBC men's lacrosse team's offense sputtered throughout the first half of Saturday's game against visiting Binghamton. But the Retrievers came alive in the second half and rallied for a win that put them into the America East tournament. Freshman Pat Young scored all four of his goals in the second half, the final one a tie-breaker with 1:18 left, giving UMBC a 10-9 comeback victory. The Retrievers UMBC (6-7, 3-2 America East) will be either the No. 3 or 4 seed in the four-team conference tournament, which begins Thursday at Stony Brook.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
No midfielder has made more starts for UMBC than Pat Young, and the freshman continues to reward the coaching staff for that decision. Young, who has started nine of 11 games for the Retrievers (5-6), ranks second on the team in both goals (22) and points (28). He has recorded eight goals and four assists in three contests against America East foes and was named the conference's Rookie of the Week after he scored two goals - including the game-winner - in UMBC's 13-12 decision over Stony Brook last Saturday.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Sun Staff Writer | February 12, 1995
Johns Hopkins, in its last home appearance of a bad season, looked as if it was about to grab its fourth win with seconds remaining against Western Maryland last night.With 1:48 remaining Hopkins led 57-52. With 28 seconds left, the Blue Jays led 57-56 and had Scott Simmons at the free-throw line in a one-and-one situation.But Simmons missed the first shot, and with 11.3 seconds left, Western Maryland freshman Will Marshall (Sparrows Point) scored from underneath to give the Green Terror a dramatic 58-57 victory.
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January 25, 1995
No. 8 MARYLAND (14-3) at CLEMSON (10-4)Site: Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, S.C.Time: 7:30Radio: WBAL (1090 AM)Outlook: The Terrapins will be looking for their fourth straight ACC win -- their third on the road this season -- to match last year's 5-1 start in the league. Though the Tigers have faltered since beating Duke three weeks ago, losing four straight in the league, their physical style under new coach Rick Barnes is a concern to Maryland, which sometimes has had its problems with teams that pack it in and force the Terps to shoot from the outside.
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By From Staff Reports | January 13, 1995
Orick Smith scored eight of his 17 points in overtime to lift Beaver College of Pennsylvania (10-0) to a 97-94 win over Western Maryland (5-8) in a nonconference game last night.Smith hit two free throws with 16 seconds left to give the Scarlet Knights, the fourth-ranked team in the NCAA Division III Middle Atlantic region, a 95-91 lead. After Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph) made a three-pointer with 10 seconds remaining to bring Western Maryland to within one, Smith connected on two more foul shots at the six-second mark.
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By From Staff Reports | January 11, 1995
Derek Cuff scored 21 points and had five rebounds to lead Washington College (7-5) to a 91-57 victory over Gallaudet (6-5) last night in Chestertown.The Shoremen led 41-24 at the half and dominated throughout.Adam Poe added 19 points and six rebounds for the Shoremen.* Mary Washington 87, Western Maryland 84: Jamie Warren scored 25 points, including the clinching free throws, and Justin McCarthy added 23 to push Mary Washington (1-6) over Western Maryland (5-7) in a nonconference game.Warren's two foul shots with six seconds left gave the Eagles thethree-point lead, and Western Maryland's Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph)
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July 10, 1991
BaseballSt. Louis Cardinals -- Placed 1B Pedro Guerrero (.284, 7 HRs, 53 RBI) on the 15-day DL.Seattle Mariners -- Signed their No. 1 draft pick, and 11th player overall, P Shawn Estes, and assigned him to rookie league Bellingham.CollegesJames Madison -- Named former Maryland coach Christy Morgan field hockey coach.Western Maryland -- Announced that the following 9 freshmen and 1 transfer will play basketball for the school next season: F Andrew Dziengeleski; G Michael Eves (Bel Air); F Lance Farley (transfer)
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By From Staff Reports | November 30, 1994
David Clark (Catonsville) scored 20 points and Predrag Durkovic added 14, leading visiting Goucher past Johns Hopkins, 76-57, in a men's college basketball game last night.Goucher (2-2) led 39-30 at halftime as Clark scored 13 points. The Blue Jays (1-3) held Goucher scoreless for just over six minutes, pulling to 50-42 but couldn't rally.Greg Rochrig led Johns Hopkins with 18 points, 16 in the first half. Wes Unseld (Loyola) contributed 11 points and eight rebounds.* St. Mary's 73, Wesley 68: Michael Lind scored 20 points and had 12 rebounds as visiting St. Mary's (2-1)
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By From Staff Reports | January 9, 1995
T. J. Gondek scored 34 points to lead Colby-Sawyer past Western Maryland, 92-72, in the consolation game of the Elmira Tournament yesterday in Elmira, N.Y. Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph) and Jeff Daniels led Western Maryland with 12 points each.Western Maryland (5-6) scored the first nine points of the second half to break a 40-40 halftime tie. But the Chargers (8-2) went on a 25-6 run to put the game out of reach.* Bates 98, St. Mary's 85: Mike Marsh had 29 points and 10 rebounds as Bates defeated host St. Mary's in the consolation game of the Show Place Arena Invitational tournament.
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By From Staff Reports | January 4, 1995
Terrell Harris scored 19 points and John Woods added 18 to lead UMES (5-6) to a 75-51 victory over Delaware State (3-7) in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener for both teams last night in Dover.UMES held a 28-24 halftime lead and outscored Delaware State 11-2 to extend the margin to 39-26 after Aaron McKinney's basket with 15:19 remaining.Delaware State, which shot only 26 percent from the field, closed the gap to 10 points twice after that, the last time at 45-35.* Western Maryland 79, Messiah 63: Daveiid St. Rose (Patapsco)
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