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By Special to The Sun | November 24, 1990
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Providence College used 15 players and had a dozen scorers in defeating Morgan State, 112-74, in the first round of the Fleet Classic tournament at the Providence Civic Center last night.Morgan State will play Boston University, an 80-55 loser to Lafayette, in the consolation game tonight.Providence, with three National Collegiate Athletic Association appearances in the past four years, used its usual up-beat tempo to run away from the Bears, building a 62-28 first-half lead.
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By Steven Petrella, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2012
Ahmaad Simmons and Jamar Peete may not have known it at the time, but they had a lot in common. Both grew up in Baltimore and had dreamed of playing football at the college level. Both were natural athletes who were handed lacrosse sticks early in high school because of their God-given ability. A few years into their lacrosse careers, both had the idea of popularizing the sport among inner city youth. But the cross-town high school rivals, Simmons of Baltimore City College and Peete of Walbrook, never got along.
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By Mike Scandura and Mike Scandura,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 4, 2002
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - Forty-seven seconds were all that stood between Mount St. Mary's and an early exit from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament. But senior Sean Mahon made perhaps the team's biggest defensive play of the season, and freshman Billy Jautze scored perhaps the two biggest goals of his life as Mount St. Mary's rallied yesterday for a 7-6, sudden-death overtime victory against Providence College in a semifinal game at Marist College. Jautze (four goals, one assist)
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2011
In one fleeting, irreversible moment, Brian Rudolph lost all he had worked for as a young basketball player — the scholarship to Providence College, the fast track to success, the respect of his peers in New Bedford, Mass. But what was lost in New Bedford was replenished in Baltimore, where Rudolph, a resilient and determined young man, created a new future for himself at Loyola University Maryland. Five years after he plea-bargained to a felony charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, Rudolph will complete his college career at Loyola in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament this weekend.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2011
In one fleeting, irreversible moment, Brian Rudolph lost all he had worked for as a young basketball player — the scholarship to Providence College, the fast track to success, the respect of his peers in New Bedford, Mass. But what was lost in New Bedford was replenished in Baltimore, where Rudolph, a resilient and determined young man, created a new future for himself at Loyola University Maryland. Five years after he plea-bargained to a felony charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, Rudolph will complete his college career at Loyola in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament this weekend.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 21, 1994
When he entered the coaching profession 25 years ago, Lenny Wilkens did so with great reluctance. He had established himself as both a floor general and a scorer in a career that would earn him nine All-Star appearances. He was a player in his prime.Then Seattle SuperSonics general manager Bill Vertlieb made him an offer."He invited me to dinner and he approached me about being a player-coach," Wilkens, now coach of the Atlanta Hawks, recalled of that conversation, back in 1969. "I looked at him and said 'you've got to be crazy.
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By Steven Petrella, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2012
Ahmaad Simmons and Jamar Peete may not have known it at the time, but they had a lot in common. Both grew up in Baltimore and had dreamed of playing football at the college level. Both were natural athletes who were handed lacrosse sticks early in high school because of their God-given ability. A few years into their lacrosse careers, both had the idea of popularizing the sport among inner city youth. But the cross-town high school rivals, Simmons of Baltimore City College and Peete of Walbrook, never got along.
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May 6, 2003
Sister Elizabeth Magdalen Clayton, a longtime member of the Holy Union Sisters, died of natural causes Friday at the Catholic Memorial Home in Fall River, Mass. The Baltimore native was 87. Born Charlotte Ann Clayton, she graduated from Western High School. She entered the Holy Union Novitiate in Fall River in 1934 and made her final profession of vows in 1941. She earned a bachelor of arts degree from Manhattan College in New York City and a degree in science education from Catholic University of America in Washington.
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January 17, 2013
Columbia student Benjamin Jarvis, a senior majoring in engineering, earned dean's list status at Messiah College, in Grantham, Pa., for the fall term. Washington College, in Chestertown, announced that Rachel Thompson achieved dean's list recognition for the spring semester. Pamela Jones, of Columbia, is her mother. Samantha Hansen was named a Dimmitt Scholar at Morningside College, in Sioux City, Iowa, in recognition of achievements during the 2011-12 academic year. The daughter of Fred Hansen, of Columbia, and Laurie Hansen, of Minneapolis, Minn., she majors in English and photography.
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By James H. Jackson | March 26, 1991
Things are looking up for the Loyola College lacrosse team."The team is better right now than it was two weeks ago," coach Dave Cottle said of his No. 3-ranked Greyhounds (4-1), who defeated Notre Dame, 20-4, Saturday in South Bend, Ind. "We have a very positive situation right now, and we are working hard to get ready for Brown, which is a very talented team."Loyola will play No. 8 Brown at 2 p.m. Saturday at Curley Field. Brown (3-0), one of three Ivy League teams in the top 10, has rolled past Boston College, C.W. Post and Adelphi and faces cross-town rival Providence College today in Rhode Island.
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By Mike Scandura and Mike Scandura,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 4, 2002
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - Forty-seven seconds were all that stood between Mount St. Mary's and an early exit from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament. But senior Sean Mahon made perhaps the team's biggest defensive play of the season, and freshman Billy Jautze scored perhaps the two biggest goals of his life as Mount St. Mary's rallied yesterday for a 7-6, sudden-death overtime victory against Providence College in a semifinal game at Marist College. Jautze (four goals, one assist)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 21, 1994
When he entered the coaching profession 25 years ago, Lenny Wilkens did so with great reluctance. He had established himself as both a floor general and a scorer in a career that would earn him nine All-Star appearances. He was a player in his prime.Then Seattle SuperSonics general manager Bill Vertlieb made him an offer."He invited me to dinner and he approached me about being a player-coach," Wilkens, now coach of the Atlanta Hawks, recalled of that conversation, back in 1969. "I looked at him and said 'you've got to be crazy.
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By Special to The Sun | November 24, 1990
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Providence College used 15 players and had a dozen scorers in defeating Morgan State, 112-74, in the first round of the Fleet Classic tournament at the Providence Civic Center last night.Morgan State will play Boston University, an 80-55 loser to Lafayette, in the consolation game tonight.Providence, with three National Collegiate Athletic Association appearances in the past four years, used its usual up-beat tempo to run away from the Bears, building a 62-28 first-half lead.
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April 22, 1998
BaseballDevil Rays: Activated OF Mike Kelly from the 15-day DL. Optioned OF Bubba Trammell to Triple-A Durham.Indians: Activated P Chad Ogea from the 15-day DL. Designated former Orioles IF Jeff Manto for assignment.Rangers: Sent P Xavier Hernandez to Triple-A Oklahoma for an injury-rehabilitation assignment.Red Sox: Placed P Butch Henry on the 15-day DL. Assigned P Rich Garces to Triple-A Pawtucket for an injury-rehabilitation assignment. Recalled P Brian Shouse from Pawtucket.BasketballWNBA: Signed C Nyree Roberts.
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By THE NEW YORK TIMES | March 14, 2004
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Four collegiate indoor records were broken at the NCAA indoor track and field championships yesterday, and Louisiana State won the women's and men's team titles in the final event, the 1,600-meter relays. The LSU women won their championship, 52 points to 51, by finishing second in the relay to edge Florida, which was fifth in the race. The LSU men won with 44 1/2 points, with Florida and host Arkansas compiling 38, by finishing fourth in the relay, just behind Florida.
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