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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2000
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- For almost four minutes yesterday, Oklahoma State seemed like a team that might fall into the traps that had befallen Indiana. Pepperdine's athletic players were flying around and creating all kinds of havoc for the Cowboys' ball-handlers and threatening to claim another upset victim. But third-seeded Oklahoma State adjusted deftly, slowed the game to a more moderate tempo and went on to dominate the upstart Waves, 75-67, to reach the Sweet 16 round this week in nearby Syracuse, N.Y. Although the Cowboys (26-6)
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Sports on TV | June 9, 2014
MONDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR K&N Pro Series: Bowman Gray (T) FS1Noon IndyCar Firestone 600 (T) NBCSN1 a.m. MLB Oakland@Orioles (T) MASN9 a.m. Washington@San Diego (T) MASN12:30 Seattle@Tampa Bay MLB1 Dodgers@Cincinnati ESPN7 Boston@Orioles MASN7 Washington@San Francisco MASN210 C. base. Super reg.: Pepperdine vs. TCU (T) ESPNU7:30 a.m. Super reg.: Maryland vs. Virginia ESPNU7 Super reg.: La.-Lafayette vs. Miss.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - For a while last night, the Maryland Terrapins were trying to shake a Florida hangover. But once that problem had dissipated, the Terps played superb basketball against an inferior opponent and coasted to victory for a change. There was very little suspense in Maryland's 96-72 victory against Pepperdine at Comcast Center, and the Terps needed such a break after an unusual run of recent close calls. Four days after upsetting top-ranked Florida on the road in overtime - Maryland's third overtime contest in eight days - the Terps built a fat lead early in the second half and swiftly eliminated the Waves from contention.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 3, 2005
A players-only meeting Wednesday morning might have provided the spark that has the University of Georgia rolling along in pursuit of its second NCAA men's Division I golf championship. The Bulldogs, the 1999 winners, have a nine-stroke lead after fashioning a 36-hole total of 558 at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills. Individually, Pepperdine senior Michael Putnam, who celebrated his 22nd birthday Wednesday, scored his second successive 67 yesterday. His 6-under-par 134 put him one shot ahead of first-round co-leader Major Manning of Augusta (Ga.)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - One month from today, the North Carolina Tar Heels will come to Maryland. With that, the meat of its schedule, the long grind that is Atlantic Coast Conference basketball, will be under way. Before that, the youthful Maryland Terrapins have much to confront, starting with their recent success and how they will channel it during a period that includes four home games against nonconference schools, sandwiched around a dangerous ACC opener...
NEWS
October 8, 1990
Helen Davis Pepperdine, whose late husband founded Pepperdine University, has died of heart failure at age 87, officials said.Mrs. Pepperdine died Friday at Los Angeles Midway Hospital, said university spokesman Jeff Bliss in Malibu, Calif. "She was a grand lady loved by all who knew her," Pepperdine President David Davenport said.
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December 19, 2003
A look back The Terps pounded Pepperdine, 96-72, on Sunday, as five players scored in double figures. A look ahead Maryland faces UNC-Greensboro on Tuesday, then travels to Florida State for its ACC opener a week from Sunday. By the numbers Forward Travis Garrison is averaging just 6.4 points, partly because he can't stay on the court long enough to score. Garrison leads the team with 25 fouls and has fouled out twice. He played five minutes against Pepperdine.
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By P.J. Martinez and P.J. Martinez,SUNSPOT STAFF | December 15, 2003
COLLEGE PARK Maryland basketball players John Gilchrist and D.J. Strawberry each garnered Atlantic Coast Conference accolades for their performances against No. 1 Florida and Pepperdine last week. Gilchrist was named the ACC's Player of the Week for the first time in his Terrapin career, and Strawberry was named the conference's Rookie of the Week. Against the Gators, Gilchrist scored 18 points and had four rebounds, four assists, one block and one steal as the Terps downed Florida in Gainesville, 69-68, in overtime.
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Sports on TV | June 9, 2014
MONDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR K&N Pro Series: Bowman Gray (T) FS1Noon IndyCar Firestone 600 (T) NBCSN1 a.m. MLB Oakland@Orioles (T) MASN9 a.m. Washington@San Diego (T) MASN12:30 Seattle@Tampa Bay MLB1 Dodgers@Cincinnati ESPN7 Boston@Orioles MASN7 Washington@San Francisco MASN210 C. base. Super reg.: Pepperdine vs. TCU (T) ESPNU7:30 a.m. Super reg.: Maryland vs. Virginia ESPNU7 Super reg.: La.-Lafayette vs. Miss.
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March 20, 2000
Points Cory Bradford, Illinois 27 Mark Karcher, Temple 27 Ty Shine, Seton Hall 26 Johnny Hemsley, Miami 24 Shane Battier, Duke 21 Fredrik Jonzen, Okla. State 21 Elton Tyler, Miami 20 Rebounds Darius Lane, Seton Hall 14 Carlos Boozer, Duke 13 Mario Bland, Miami 11 Mike Miller, Florida 9 Fredrik Jonzen, Oklahoma State 9 Jake Voskuhl, Connecticut 9 Jason Williams, Duke 9 Assists Tezale Archie, Pepperdine 14 Ed Cota, North Carolina 10 Doug Gottlieb, Oklahoma State 9 Oh, thank heaven After Shaheen Holloway went out an ankle injury, Ty Shine replaced him in the Seton Hall backcourt and shot 7-for-11 on three-point attempts in the Pirates' 67-65 upset of Temple.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | November 30, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - The Maryland Terrapins have seen the numbers and know what they are up against. When the 12th-ranked Terps tip off at No. 25 Wisconsin tonight in the Atlantic Coast Conference/Big Ten Challenge, they will attempt to do what no Big Ten team has been able to accomplish since Bo Ryan became the Badgers' coach three years ago. Under Ryan, the Badgers are 24-0 at the Kohl Center against league foes, have lost just twice in 47 overall games...
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December 19, 2003
A look back The Terps pounded Pepperdine, 96-72, on Sunday, as five players scored in double figures. A look ahead Maryland faces UNC-Greensboro on Tuesday, then travels to Florida State for its ACC opener a week from Sunday. By the numbers Forward Travis Garrison is averaging just 6.4 points, partly because he can't stay on the court long enough to score. Garrison leads the team with 25 fouls and has fouled out twice. He played five minutes against Pepperdine.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - For a while last night, the Maryland Terrapins were trying to shake a Florida hangover. But once that problem had dissipated, the Terps played superb basketball against an inferior opponent and coasted to victory for a change. There was very little suspense in Maryland's 96-72 victory against Pepperdine at Comcast Center, and the Terps needed such a break after an unusual run of recent close calls. Four days after upsetting top-ranked Florida on the road in overtime - Maryland's third overtime contest in eight days - the Terps built a fat lead early in the second half and swiftly eliminated the Waves from contention.
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By P.J. Martinez and P.J. Martinez,SUNSPOT STAFF | December 15, 2003
COLLEGE PARK Maryland basketball players John Gilchrist and D.J. Strawberry each garnered Atlantic Coast Conference accolades for their performances against No. 1 Florida and Pepperdine last week. Gilchrist was named the ACC's Player of the Week for the first time in his Terrapin career, and Strawberry was named the conference's Rookie of the Week. Against the Gators, Gilchrist scored 18 points and had four rebounds, four assists, one block and one steal as the Terps downed Florida in Gainesville, 69-68, in overtime.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - One month from today, the North Carolina Tar Heels will come to Maryland. With that, the meat of its schedule, the long grind that is Atlantic Coast Conference basketball, will be under way. Before that, the youthful Maryland Terrapins have much to confront, starting with their recent success and how they will channel it during a period that includes four home games against nonconference schools, sandwiched around a dangerous ACC opener...
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2000
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- For almost four minutes yesterday, Oklahoma State seemed like a team that might fall into the traps that had befallen Indiana. Pepperdine's athletic players were flying around and creating all kinds of havoc for the Cowboys' ball-handlers and threatening to claim another upset victim. But third-seeded Oklahoma State adjusted deftly, slowed the game to a more moderate tempo and went on to dominate the upstart Waves, 75-67, to reach the Sweet 16 round this week in nearby Syracuse, N.Y. Although the Cowboys (26-6)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2000
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Will Shaheen Holloway be able to play for surprising Seton Hall in the NCAA East Regional this weekend? Only time has the answer. The Pirates' mercurial point guard suffered a sprained left ankle six minutes into yesterday's upset of second seed Temple and returned to HSBC Arena in a wheelchair. X-rays proved negative, providing some good news for the Pirates, who advanced to a regional semifinal against third seed Oklahoma State. The ankle was iced, but no one is sure about the prognosis.
SPORTS
March 20, 2000
Points Cory Bradford, Illinois 27 Mark Karcher, Temple 27 Ty Shine, Seton Hall 26 Johnny Hemsley, Miami 24 Shane Battier, Duke 21 Fredrik Jonzen, Okla. State 21 Elton Tyler, Miami 20 Rebounds Darius Lane, Seton Hall 14 Carlos Boozer, Duke 13 Mario Bland, Miami 11 Mike Miller, Florida 9 Fredrik Jonzen, Oklahoma State 9 Jake Voskuhl, Connecticut 9 Jason Williams, Duke 9 Assists Tezale Archie, Pepperdine 14 Ed Cota, North Carolina 10 Doug Gottlieb, Oklahoma State 9 Oh, thank heaven After Shaheen Holloway went out an ankle injury, Ty Shine replaced him in the Seton Hall backcourt and shot 7-for-11 on three-point attempts in the Pirates' 67-65 upset of Temple.
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