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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2013
Moments before No. 2 Stevenson's home contest against No. 8 Rochester Institute of Technology at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills, senior midfielder Nick Rossi confided in sophomore midfielder Michael Crowe that he was feeling antsy about taking the field for the first time this season. “I was a little nervous before the game today,” Rossi admitted after Stevenson nipped the Tigers, 12-11, in overtime on the strength of sophomore attackman Mark Pannenton's goal with 1:49 left in the extra session.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2014
Known for some of the most prolific offenses in NCAA history, Duke is no slouch on defense either. For the seventh time in the past eight years, the defense ended a season by giving up an average of less than 10 goals. Some of the credit goes to volunteer assistant coach Ben DeLuca. The former Cornell head coach, who was dismissed from the Big Red in November, replaced former Maryland defenseman Joe Cinosky, who became the defensive coordinator at Mount St. Mary's, and joined the program in February to help defensive coordinator Ron Caputo.
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By Edward Lee | February 24, 2012
Michael Shakespeare's best year at Maryland was 2010 when as a sophomore, he scored five goals. Last year, however, that number dropped to one. But it wasn't due to ineffectiveness or injury. Shakespeare spent last season as one of the team's top short-stick defensive midfielders, concentrating on limiting opponents rather than scoring on them. But this year, the senior is back on the offensive end, and he punctuated his return with the first hat trick of his career in the No. 8 Terps' 16-11 victory over host Georgetown Friday night at Multi-Sport Field in Washington, D.C. “It's nice,” Shakespeare said of his familiar role.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2014
The 2014 season ended with mixed results for Salisbury's senior class. That group leaves the Sea Gulls with a four-year record of 82-9 and national championships in 2011 and 2012. But a bid for a third crown ended with a 12-9 loss to Tufts in Sunday's NCAA tournament final at M&T Bank Stadium. Salisbury coach Jim Berkman expressed his thanks to the senior class after Sunday's loss. “Those guys all kind of refocused our group after last year [when the team lost to Stevenson in the semifinals]
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By Edward Lee | May 6, 2012
Zachary Fratella may not garner as much attention as some of his Goucher teammates, but that's understandable. Senior attackman Kyle Boncaro leads the offense in both goals (54) and points (81), and he set the single-season record for goals in the team's 10-7 victory over Drew in Saturday's Landmark Conference tournament final at Gopher Stadium in Towson. Senior Matt Lynch is the Gophers' top playmaker with 37 assists, and senior attackman Rory Averett, who ranks second on the offense in goals (48)
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By Edward Lee | February 17, 2012
Johns Hopkins opened the season with a comfortable 12-6 victory over visiting Towson at Homewood Field Friday evening, but there was little that was comfortable about the team's performance on faceoffs. The No. 4 Blue Jays finished with a 9-of-21 showing on draws, but those numbers were distorted by a 6-of-7 display in the fourth quarter. Through the first three quarters, the unit had won just 3-of-14 faceoffs. Still, Johns Hopkins collected 30 groundballs to the Tigers' 21, which pleased coach Dave Pietramala.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2014
By virtue of having a higher seed, sixth-seeded Notre Dame was considered the home team in Saturday's NCAA tournament semifinal against seventh-seeded Maryland and wore its white jerseys at M&T Bank Stadium. But with the Terps playing about 45 minutes away from their campus in College Park, the stadium had a decided “Fear the Turtle” vibe to it, and the feeling was not lost on Fighting Irish coach Kevin Corrigan. “We were up at Hofstra last week [for the quarterfinals], and I think there were 37 people cheering for us in a sellout crowd of 13,000,” Corrigan quipped, referring to fans pulling for Albany. “I wanted to come to the press conference afterwards and say I apologize to all those people who wanted to see Albany here right now because it was clear that there weren't a lot of people rooting for us. We kind of just kept that mentality this week. Quite honestly, it's kind of funny.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Washington College's 12-11 decision over 2013 national champion Stevenson in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills on Wednesday night could be the turning point for a program that has been dormant for almost a decade. The Shoremen (18-1) will meet top-seeded Salisbury (20-1) on Sunday in the program's first national semifinal since 2004, and the significance of Wednesday's win over the Mustangs (19-3) was not lost on senior attackman Jim Cusick. “It's huge,” said the Calvert Hall graduate, who paced Washington College with six points on five goals and one assist.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Johns Hopkins' 14-8 victory over eighth-seeded Virginia in an NCAA tournament first-round game on Sunday at Klockner Stadium propelled the team to its 13th quarterfinal since the field was expanded to four rounds for the 2003 campaign. It was especially meaningful for many Blue Jays players who had suffered the indignity of being part of a 2013 squad that contributed to the program missing out on the NCAA postseason for the first time since 1971. “Last year not getting in, it was tough to sit at home with all of these games going on and knowing that we weren't playing,” junior attackman Wells Stanwick said.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | May 11, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - Goran Murray has had better days. The junior is Maryland's best close defenseman, but he had a rough outing in the seventh-seeded Terps' 8-7 win over Cornell in an NCAA tournament first-round game at Byrd Stadium on Saturday. Junior attackman Matt Donovan scored all three of his goals against Murray and recorded his lone assist when he lost Murray behind the cage and fed senior attackman Dan Lintner for a goal in the fourth quarter. But Maryland coach John Tillman noted that Murray forced Donovan into a turnover later in the period that helped the team win the time-of-possession battle.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 27, 2014
In a nip-and-tuck game that wasn't decided until the final seconds, Goucher dropped a frustrating 8-7 decision to Landmark Conference rival Scranton on Saturday at Gopher Stadium in Towson. The reward for both teams is that they will meet in three days in a league tournament semifinal on Wednesday. The difference is that the Gophers (6-7 overall and 4-2 in the conference) will be the away team as they take to the road against the Royals (10-6, 5-1). Goucher went from potentially capturing its sixth consecutive regular-season title and the top seed to the No. 3 seed, but coach Brian Kelly pointed out that the team still has a chance to extend its season.
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