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Sports Digest | January 7, 2012
Colleges Terps get ex-Princeton standout Chanenchuk All-America midfielder Mike Chanenchuk and long-pole midfielder Taylor Morgan have transferred to play lacrosse for Maryland this season. Chanenchuk, of Poquott, N.Y., was a second-team USILA All-American at Princeton in 2010 and the unanimous 2010 Ivy League Rookie of the Year after scoring 28 goals and adding eight assists. He didn't play for the Tigers last spring. Morgan, a Potomac native who helped lead Georgetown Prep to state titles in 2009 and 2010, missed the 2011 season at Syracuse because of illness.
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Mike Preston | May 23, 2014
Denver coach Bill Tierney doesn't think he is a genius, but he has one of the greatest defensive minds in the history of college lacrosse. If there are two head coaches who could come up with a scheme to upset No. 1 seed Duke, they are Johns Hopkins' Dave Pietramala or Tierney. Pietramala had his turn last week, and Duke routed the Blue Jays, 19-11. Tierney gets his turn Saturday in the men's Division I lacrosse semifinals at M&T Bank Stadium. "Coach T had a shot at them earlier in the year and I think they lost, 14-10," said Loyola assistant coach Dave Metzbower, who worked as an assistant for 20 years under Tierney at Princeton.
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By Edward Lee | February 29, 2012
Senior attackman Chris Boland has been ruled out for No. 2 Johns Hopkins' road contest at Princeton on Friday. The Jessup native and Boys' Latin graduate has sat out two games since injuring his shoulder in the season opener against Towson Feb. 17. Boland has returned to practice, but coach Dave Pietramala declined to outline a timetable for his return. “He's doing well,” Pietramala would only say Wednesday morning.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
The Tewaaraton Award finalists for the 2014 season include the first brother duo, two returning finalists and one area player. The Tewaaraton Foundation announced on Thursday afternoon that the five finalists for the college lacrosse version of the Heisman Trophy are Loyola Maryland senior defenseman Joe Fletcher, Princeton senior midfielder Tom Schreiber, Albany junior attackman Lyle Thompson, Albany senior attackman Miles Thompson and Duke senior...
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April 12, 2012
Erin McMunn, Princeton Freshman, Westminster, attacker An All-Metro player who helped Winters Mill win three state titles, McMunn is making a stellar debut with the Tigers. Last week, she set a Princeton record for most assists in a game with six and finished with a career-high seven points in a 14-13 win at Temple. She also had a goal and two assists in a 12-4 win over Yale. She has played in all 10 games, starting eight, and contributed at least two points in each.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 2, 2013
No. 5 Johns Hopkins had thought that Friday night's contest against No. 14 Princeton would be a good barometer of the team's progress thus far. The result, however, was not what the Blue Jays had been hoping for. The 11-8 setback exposed Johns Hopkins on several fronts. The defense was slow on its slides and had problems with the Tigers' picks, the offense was inaccurate and couldn't take advantage of a retooled defense, and the team was turnover-prone. It all adds up to what should be a good deal of soul-searching among the Blue Jays.
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By Edward Lee | March 6, 2012
After scoring double digits in goals in each of its first two contests - something that hadn't happened in 2011 - Princeton's offense returned to earth in a 10-8 loss to No. 2 Johns Hopkins. The No. 20 Tigers' day was exemplified by a disastrous second quarter in which the unit failed to take. Coach Chris Bates said of the team's five possessions in that period, the first four ended in turnovers. “We didn't feel like we were firing on all cylinders,” he said Monday.
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From Sun staff reports | April 12, 2012
Alex Aust recorded a career-high 10 points Wednesday, including a school-record six assists, as No. 5 Maryland beat host Princeton, 15-9. Aust led Maryland (12-3) in goals with four and was backed up by a trio of hat tricks from Katie Schwarzmann , Kelly McPartland and Kristy Black . Brooke Griffin had four points on a goal and three assists. The Tigers fell to 6-5. Maryland erased an early 3-1 deficit with an 11-0 run that capped the first half and began the second.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2011
After opening the season with three easy wins, the No. 9 Johns Hopkins men jumped into the big league of lacrosse Saturday, and the Blue Jays found out they weren't ready. No. 8 Princeton, paced by the four goals of freshman midfielder Tom Schreiber, led by five goals at the half, and easily defeated Hopkins, 8-3, before a crowd of nearly 4,000 at Homewood Field. The Blue Jays (3-1) had beaten Towson, Delaware and Sienna, but they were outhustled and physically dominated by a Princeton team which had played poorly the week before in losing 11-9 to Hofstra.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2013
These teams rank second and third in Division I in national championships with Johns Hopkins winning nine and Princeton six. The Blue Jays have dominated this series, winning 55 of 82 contests. Prior to Johns Hopkins' 10-8 win last year, however, the Tigers had won three consecutive games. No. 14 Princeton opened the season last Saturday with a 10-7 victory over Hofstra that featured the debut of four freshmen in the starting lineup. The offense is headlined by junior midfielder Tom Schreiber and senior attackman Jeff Froccaro.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2014
Top-seeded Maryland rolls into the NCAA tournament looking to extend some of the most impressive streaks in any college sport. The Terps are in the NCAA tournament for a record 30th time and 25th consecutive time. No other women's lacrosse team has won more NCAA championships (10), more consecutive championships (seven) or more tournament games (54). They also have the record for most appearances in the title game (17). Maryland, whose program dates to 1974, has won 11 national titles; the first came in the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women in 1981, a few years before the NCAA took over women's intercollegiate athletics and the AIAW ceased to exist.
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From Inside Lacrosse | May 1, 2014
Rutgers' 14-7 loss Thursday to Denver in the Big East semifinals ended the Scarlet Knights' season, but showed a glimmer of hope for the future. The future Big Ten team rebounded from a 2-13 2013 finish to win eight games and make the Big East tournament. "I don't think there are moral victories, but there's a lot of development that happened over the past few years. We had a few young guys sprinkled in, and we're going to lean on them in the future," coach Brian Brecht said.
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From Sun staff reports | April 27, 2014
Jenna Reifler scored the game-winner on a feed from Taylor D'Amore with 3:52 left as No. 7 Johns Hopkins beat No. 9 Ohio State, 8-7, in women's lacrosse Saturday. Jenna Reifler scored the game-winner on a feed from Taylor D'Amore with 3:52 left as No. 7 host Johns Hopkins beat No. 9 Ohio State, 8-7, in women's lacrosse Saturday. The Blue Jays improved to 14-3 and 3-3 in the American Lacrosse Conference and earned the fifth seed in the conference tournament. The Buckeyes (12-5, 4-2)
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From Sun staff reports | April 10, 2014
Kelly McPartland broke a 7-all tie on a free-position goal with 1:39 left as No. 2 Maryland beat host Princeton, 8-7, in women's lacrosse Wednesday night. Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) scored twice for the Terps (14-1). The Tigers (7-4) led 5-3 at the half. No. 20 Navy 9, Lehigh 8, OT: Jill Coughlin (St.Mary's) scored the unassisted winner with one second left in overtime as the host Mids (13-1, 5-1 Patriot League) beat the Mountain Hawks (6-7, 3-3). Both halves ended in ties.
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From Sun staff reports | March 8, 2014
Down a goal, the visiting No. 10 North Carolina men's lacrosse team went on a 3-0 run over the final 10 minutes to upset No. 7 Princeton, 13-11, on Friday night. Chad Tutton completed a hat trick by scoring the go-ahead goal with 3:50 left for the Tar Heels (4-1). Jimmy Bitter (two goals) added an insurance goal with 13 seconds left. Princeton (2-2) put together a 4-0 run that overlapped the third and fourth quarters to take its last lead of the game. Kip Orban and Tom Schreiber each had three goals for the Tigers.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
The storm that dropped several inches of snow around the state on Monday has upped the degree of difficulty for Johns Hopkins. The No. 3 Blue Jays (4-0) were slated to visit Mount St. Mary's (0-5) on Tuesday, but conditions at Waldron Family Stadium in Emmitsburg proved to be too treacherous. The game has been rescheduled for Monday, April 14, but coach Dave Pietramala wished that Mother Nature had been kinder to both teams. “I thought yesterday not playing was a bit of a setback,” he said Wednesday morning.
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By Edward Lee | February 29, 2012
Princeton's comeback tour got off to a good start last Saturday as the Tigers defeated Hofstra, 12-6. It was a resounding beginning for a program that had lost five players to season-ending injuries and had 15 players deal with various aches and pains en route to a 4-8 overall record and a 2-4 Ivy League mark last season. “There's a lot of pride in this program, and I think we all recognized that as we were going through a very unique set of circumstances last year,” coach Chris Bates said Tuesday morning.
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From Sun staff reports | May 14, 2012
Steele Stanwick (Loyola High) fed fellow senior attackman Chris Bocklet for a fourth-quarter goal that proved to be the difference as No. 5 seed Virginia outlasted visiting Princeton, 6-5, Sunday afternoon in NCAA tournament first-round game. The six goals were the fewest the Cavaliers (12-3) had ever scored in an NCAA tournament win, and the 11 total goals tied for the fifth-fewest ever in a tournament game. Bocklet and senior midfielder Colin Briggs led Virginia with two goals apiece, while Stanwick - one of five finalists for the Tewaaraton Award, given to the top college player - added an assist.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
The storm that dropped several inches of snow around the state on Monday has upped the degree of difficulty for Johns Hopkins. The No. 3 Blue Jays (4-0) were slated to visit Mount St. Mary's (0-5) on Tuesday, but conditions at Waldron Family Stadium in Emmitsburg proved to be too treacherous. The game has been rescheduled for Monday, April 14, but coach Dave Pietramala wished that Mother Nature had been kinder to both teams. “I thought yesterday not playing was a bit of a setback,” he said Wednesday morning.
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