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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 8, 1996
CLEMSON, S.C. -- Jennifer Crawford's goal from 10 yards midway through the second half proved to be the game winner as No. 3 seed Clemson defeated No. 6 Maryland, 2-1, yesterday in the quarterfinal round of the Atlantic Coast Conference soccer tournament.Crawford's goal, her 13th of the season, came at 65: 51 and pushed the Tigers' lead to 2-0. Clemson (14-5-1) opened the scoring in the 38th minute on a header by Lissa Mansberry off a direct kick.Keri Sarver scored the only goal for the Terps (17-4-1)
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2014
Yesterday in one sentence : The gaps in the World Cup schedule, as a very smart person pointed out to me, need to be filled with something, even if it's MLS games. It was too weird without soccer this week, and now there are more days without it than with it until the end of the World Cup. What's on tap : France vs. Germany, noon, ESPN2; Brazil vs. Colombia, 4 p.m., ESPN. What you'll see : Sure, the United States has been eliminated for days, but seeing these matchups should only make everyone, even on this most patriotic day of days, understand why the United States is out and these teams are in. France and Germany have been the class of the European teams so far, while Brazil and Colombia (with respect to Argentina, which hasn't looked great)
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By GRAHAME L. JONES and GRAHAME L. JONES,LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 30, 2006
HAMBURG, Germany -- Somewhere among the four World Cup quarterfinal matches, a great moment surely awaits. But it is the Argentina-Germany quarterfinal clash in Berlin today that has everyone talking. World Cup Today: Argentina vs. Germany, 10:55 a.m., ESPN; Italy vs. Ukraine, 2:55 p.m, ESPN2
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The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
After attendance declined at men's lacrosse championship weekend for the seventh straight year, the NCAA will drastically lower prices starting next season, according to Inside Lacrosse. The cheapest all-session ticket for the 2015 event in Philadelphia is $50, and the NCAA will also offer a family-friendly $99 package for the semifinals that includes four end-zone tickets, four hot dogs, four sodas and parking. The NCAA has also talked about adding a $12 to $15 one-day end-zone ticket.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 16, 2004
Navy defeated Penn, 11-5, this afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The win advances the Mids (13-2) to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament, where Navy will face Cornell (9-4)Sunday afternoon in Ithaca, N.Y. It is Navy's first quarterfinal appearance since 1989. On the day, Navy doubled up Penn in the shots category (36-18), while grounders were nearly even with Navy grabbing 38 and Penn taking 37. Navy won 12 of the 20 face-offs.
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By From staff reports | February 13, 2008
Beth Tfiloh made its free throws late in the game and defeated Catholic, 41-38, in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland C Conference quarterfinal matchup. The Warriors made six free throws in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Cubs (10-7). Rachel Schulder scored five of her 11 points in the quarter. Park 61, St. Timothy's 35 -- The Bruins (17-2) rode a 19-4 first quarter to an easy victory over visiting St. Timothy's in IAAM C Conference semifinal play. Park scored the first 10 points of the game and led by as many as 31. No. 2 St. Frances 67, Roland Park 17 -- Shatyra Hawkes (13 points)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | May 17, 2009
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - -The Syracuse men's lacrosse team ramped up its effort with a backup goalkeeper in the net. The same could not be said for Maryland. The Orange scored six of the first seven goals of the second half to turn a two-goal lead into a seven-goal cushion as the second-seeded reigning national champions cruised to an 11-6 win over the Terps in a NCAA tournament quarterfinal before an announced 11,259 at James M. Shuart Stadium at Hofstra University on Saturday. Syracuse (14-2)
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 15, 2002
CARY, N.C. - No. 2 seed Maryland scored quickly in defeating No. 7 seed North Carolina State, 4-0, in the Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer quarterfinals yesterday. Sophomore striker Domenic Mediate opened Maryland's scoring in the second minute, finishing a left-to-right pass from junior Nino Marcantonio. The No. 10-ranked Terps (15-4) earned their 2-0 halftime lead in the 36th minute when Scott Buete sent a free kick into the box that found Abe Thompson for a goal. The second half was more of the same, with Thompson feeding Marcantonio in the 47th minute.
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By Sports on TV | March 10, 2011
THURSDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS MLB exhib. Boston@Tampa Bay MLB1 M. bask. ACC 1st rd.: Miami vs. Virginia 54, 20Noon Big East quarterfinal: Pitt vs. UConn ESPNNoon Big 12 quarterfinal: Kansas vs. Okla. St. ESPN212:30 Conf. USA quarter.: UAB vs. E. Carolina CBSCS1 Big East quar.: Syracuse vs. St. John's ESPN2 ACC 1st rd.: BC vs. Wake Forest 54, 202:30 Big Ten 1st rd.: Minn.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 14, 1996
Tim Parks scored three goals to pace defending MIAA B champion and top-seeded John Carroll past visiting and fourth-seeded Glenelg Country School, 21-0, yesterday in a quarterfinal of the conference's boys lacrosse playoffs.The Patriots (11-3) led 11-0 at halftime.Park 14, Spalding 5: Jeff Mazur scored four goals as Park defeated Spalding in a quarterfinal of the MIAA B playoffs. Park travels to John Carroll tomorrow at 4 p.m. in one semifinal. In the other semifinal, Friends plays host to Curley at 4 p.m.Pub Date: 5/14/96
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2014
ESPN analyst Mark Dixon was in the network's studio in Charlotte during the broadcast of all four NCAA tournament quarterfinal games this past weekend. The former Johns Hopkins midfielder, who can be followed on Twitter via his account @Dixonlacrosse and will be a color analyst for SiriusXM Radio for the Division I semifinals and final this weekend, provided his perspective on the strength of the Atlantic Coast Conference, the possibility of a national champion from the Midwest, and his pick for the 2014 NCAA champion.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun and By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | May 18, 2014
The beginning of the end came early for Johns Hopkins. Very early. After falling behind 6-0 midway in the first quarter, Johns Hopkins tried to rally several times but couldn't withstand the constant offensive pressure as top-seeded Duke routed the unseeded Blue Jays, 19-11, at Delaware Stadium in an NCAA quarterfinal Sunday afternoon. The win by Duke appears to be part of their annual march to the Final Four - the Blue Devils will make their eighth straight semifinal appearance next weekend at M&T Bank Stadium.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2014
The two teams have met just once, with Maryland cruising to a 13-6 thrashing March 15, 2009. The Terps are 21-11 in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA tournament, but this is Bryant's first trip to the round of eight. The Bulldogs (16-4) have won five consecutive games, a run capped by Sunday's 10-9 upset of second-seeded Syracuse in the first round of the tournament. It was the Northeast Conference tournament champion's first win against an Atlantic Coast Conference opponent. Freshman attackman Tucker James, who ranks second on the team in both assists (20)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2014
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y . - Sophomore attackman Matt Kavanagh scored with 2 minutes, 29 seconds left in overtime to lift sixth-seeded Notre Dame to a 14-13 win over Albany in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal at James M. Shuart Stadium at Hofstra University on Saturday. The Fighting Irish (11-5) will meet seventh-seeded Maryland in one semifinal at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday. The Terps (13-3) blasted Bryant, 16-8, in the first contest of the doubleheader. Kavanagh's third goal of the game completed a run in which Notre Dame rallied from a 12-7 deficit to tie the score at 13-13 at the end of regulation.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Duke (11-7) at No. 1 seed Maryland (20-1) Saturday, noon Outlook: In one of three all-Atlantic Coast Conference quarterfinals, the ACC champion Terps go for their fourth straight win over the Blue Devils. Beth Glaros (Wilde Lake) and Tewaaraton Award finalist Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) combined for 11 goals in the 19-10 Maryland win on March 1, but draw control made much of the difference as the Terps won 21 of 30, seven each by Cummings and Erin Collins. The Terps are aiming for a 12th national title.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2014
Perusing the numbers, Maryland coach John Tillman acknowledged that junior Charlie Raffa is the underdog to Bryant junior Kevin Massa. And Raffa agreed with his coach - to a degree. “I suppose so, just because he is the No. 1 guy in the nation and I'm No. 2 statistically,” Raffa said on Tuesday. “So I guess that does make me an underdog. But it's nothing to get mad about or overthink. I just want to go out there and play my best, knowing that [wing players] Brian [Cooper] and Mike [Ehrhardt]
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2012
The 41st annual Baltimore Catholic League tournament will take place at Stevenson University, making the move from its recent home, Loyola University. The tournament begins on Feb. 24 with quarterfinal-round play and runs through the championship game on Feb. 26. Quarterfinal-round games will start at 3:30 p.m., Feb. 24, followed by semifinal games at 5 and 7 p.m., Feb. 25, with the championship game slated for 1 p.m. Feb. 26. All the games will take place at the school's new athletic complex located on Owings Mills Blvd.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
By beating Lynchburg, 10-7, in an NCAA tournament second-round game Saturday, Washington College earned its first appearance in the quarterfinal round in six years. None of the current players or coaches has reached this stage of the tournament, but coach Jeff Shirk said he is not worried about a sudden case of anxiety infecting the team. “There are nerves in every playoff game,” he said Monday. “We were nervous for the first one [against Eastern] and we were nervous for the second one against Lynchburg.
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