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From Sun staff reports | January 27, 2012
Julian Norfleet's 3-point attempt at the buzzer was off the mark as Mount St.Mary's fell at Quinnipiac, 69-66, in overtime at Thursday night. The Bobcats (11-9, 4-5 Northeast Conference) rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit. Quinnipiac used a 22-6 run to open the second half and take a 50-49 lead with nine minutes left. The Mount (4-16, 2-7) tied the game at 57 with 3:08 left after a steal by Kelvin Parker. After Quinnipiac went up 60-57, Norfleet scored to cut the deficit to one with 1:50 left.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
When Mount St. Mary's secured a 10-9 upset of Northeast Conference leader Bryant last Saturday, coach Tom Gravante was gratified to see the team play with the kind of intensity, concentration and decision making he thought would be absent after the players learned that they were eliminated from contention for a spot in the four-team conference tournament. But the Mountaineers' effort left Gravante wondering what might have been if they had played that well in conference losses to Sacred Heart (14-5 on March 30)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 24, 1997
Freshman center Kennedy Okafor had 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead UMBC to an 80-64 win last night over Quinnipiac at UMBC Fieldhouse.The Retrievers (4-5) never trailed, building a 25-11 lead midway through the first half.The Braves (1-8) were led by Rich Anderson, who hit four three-pointers and scored 22 points.Okafor was 9-for-12 from the floor in his sixth double double in nine games.Retrievers freshman guard Tim Hyland hit five threes en route to a season-high 19 points. Rich Giddens was 7-for-9 and scored 18.Ivoree Stanley led Quinnipiac with 13 points.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2013
The Mount St. Mary's carousel at goalkeeper has spun back to Adam Borgogelli. The sophomore is expected to start Sunday's Northeast Conference game at Robert Morris, coach Tom Gravante announced Friday. Freshman Frankie McCarthy had started the last two contests, but he was pulled after surrendering seven goals and making just one save in 10 minutes, 34 seconds of play in the team's 12-8 loss to Quinnipiac last Saturday. Borgogelli  - who has made nine starts this season - replaced McCarthy and allowed five goals while making nine stops in the last 49:26.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2012
The Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League today acquired former Johns Hopkins All-American Paul Rabil from the Rochester Knighthawks as part of a blockbuster six-player trade that sends Wings forward Dan Dawson and defenseman Paul Dawson to the Knighthawks. For Rabil, the trade is the third in less than a year. In August, the Edmonton Rush dealt Rabil to the Knighthawks after Rabil refused to play for Edmonton and declared his desire to be with an Eastern team.
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | March 23, 2013
The fourth-seeded Maryland women's basketball team began the NCAA tournament with a 72-52 victory over No. 13 seed Quinnipiac on Saturday on the strength of a decisive run bridging the halves and another All-American caliber performance from Alyssa Thomas. The junior forward scored a game-high 29 points and added 13 rebounds and five assists to lead an overpowering frontcourt for the Terrapins, who for the first time this season had four players reach double-figures in rebounds. Senior forward Tianna Hawkins contributed 23 points and 13 rebounds, and junior center Alicia DeVaughn had eight points and a career-high 17 rebounds in Maryland's first game since March 9. "I thought we looked like we hadn't played in about two weeks," said coach Brenda Frese, who has never lost in the first round in nine appearances in the NCAA tournament at Maryland.
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By Bo Smolka and Bo Smolka,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 2, 2003
Maybe UMBC coach Tom Sullivan should wear a bow tie at every game. Sporting a bow tie to honor retiring Mount St. Mary's coach Jim Phelan, Sullivan watched his squad dismantle Quinnipiac, 80-58, to halt a nine-game losing streak before 3,034 last night at the RAC Arena in the season finale. John Zito led five Retrievers in double figures with 17 points, and Rob Gogerty scored 16 points and had five assists. Senior Andre Williams added a season-high 12 points in his final college game.
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By SunSpot Staff | January 10, 2004
NEW HAVEN, CT. - Sophomore guard Landy Thompson scored a career-high 35 points, leading Mount St. Mary's to an 83-72 win over Quinnipiac Saturday. With the win, the Mountaineers improve to 3-9 on the season. Thompson was 18-of-23 from the free throw line in the game, breaking the school mark for free throws made in a game of 17. Freshman Mychal Kerse added 13 points and five rebounds for Mt. St. Mary's. Mt. St. Mary's returns to action on Mon., Jan. 12, with an 8:00 p.m. game at Central Connecticut State.
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 22, 2008
Darryl Proctor had 25 points and 11 rebounds in helping UMBC rally for a 76-71 victory over Quinnipiac in the opening round of the Tyler Ugolyn Columbia Classic in New York yesterday. Matt Spadafora added 15 points for UMBC (2-1), Justin Fry had 11, and Jay Greene and Rich Flemming scored 10 each. James Johnson led Quinnipiac (2-1) with 17 points, Jeremy Baker and Bryan Geffen had 12 apiece, and Justin Rutty and James Feldeine added 10 each. Quinnipiac led 43-35 with 18:22 to play when UMBC went on a 13-2 run to take a 48-45 lead with 14:29 left.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 13, 1998
HAMDEN, Conn. -- Mount St. Mary's overcame a nine-point, second-half deficit to defeat Quinnipiac, 67-63, yesterday in a Northeast Conference game.Gregory Harris scored 19 points to lead the Mountaineers.The Mount (4-4, 2-2) trailed, 48-39, midway through the second half before scoring 10 straight to take its first lead at 49-48.The game stayed close thereafter, with Harris' jumper giving the Mountaineers a 64-61 lead with just under two minutes left. But two free throws by the Braves' Andrew Mackenzie cut the lead to one.Quinnipiac (4-4, 1-2)
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | March 23, 2013
The fourth-seeded Maryland women's basketball team began the NCAA tournament with a 72-52 victory over No. 13 seed Quinnipiac on Saturday on the strength of a decisive run bridging the halves and another All-American caliber performance from Alyssa Thomas. The junior forward scored a game-high 29 points and added 13 rebounds and five assists to lead an overpowering frontcourt for the Terrapins, who for the first time this season had four players reach double-figures in rebounds. Senior forward Tianna Hawkins contributed 23 points and 13 rebounds, and junior center Alicia DeVaughn had eight points and a career-high 17 rebounds in Maryland's first game since March 9. "I thought we looked like we hadn't played in about two weeks," said coach Brenda Frese, who has never lost in the first round in nine appearances in the NCAA tournament at Maryland.
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | March 23, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Tianna Hawkins walked onto the court at Comcast Center earlier this week with a broad grin, beginning an informal workout in the arena where her jersey perhaps will hang in the rafters next to those of other program luminaries one day. The 6-foot-3 senior forward practiced shooting from the foul line while bantering lightheartedly with Maryland women's basketball assistant coach Dave Adkins, who has been partly responsible for Hawkins'...
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From Baltimore Sun staff | March 18, 2013
The Maryland women's basketball team learned tonight that it will be a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament and will play No. 13 seed Quinnipiac in College Park on Saturday at 11:15 a.m. The Terps finished the season 24-7 and in second place in the ACC. Quinnipiac, located in Hamden, Conn., is going to its first NCAA tournament in program history after a stellar 30-2 record this season, including a perfect 21-0 record against Northeast Conference competition. ...
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | March 18, 2013
The 12th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team drew the No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament's Bridgeport (Conn.) Region when the field of 64 was announced Monday night. The Terps will play Quinnipiac in the first round Saturday at Comcast Center. The Terps are making their 21 appearance in the NCAA tournament and ninth under coach Brenda Frese, who was named Atlantic Coast Conference coach of the year after directing Maryland to a tie for second place in the ACC during the regular season despite a rash of injuries that severely depleted the roster.
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From Sun staff reports | March 14, 2013
The sixth-seeded Mount St. Mary's women's basketball team saw its Northeast Conference tournament run come to an end with a 63-56 defeat at the hands of top-seeded Quinnipiac in the semifinals Wednesday night at the TD Bank Sports Center. Jacqueline Brewer hit a career-best six 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 20 points for the Mount.  The Mount (15-16), playing in the NEC semifinals for the first time since 2001, led 34-29 at halftime. Quinnipiac (29-2) increased its lead to six points with six minutes to go in the game before a layup by Rachel Mathews and Brewer's sixth 3-pointer cut the Mount's deficit to 53-52.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2012
The Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League today acquired former Johns Hopkins All-American Paul Rabil from the Rochester Knighthawks as part of a blockbuster six-player trade that sends Wings forward Dan Dawson and defenseman Paul Dawson to the Knighthawks. For Rabil, the trade is the third in less than a year. In August, the Edmonton Rush dealt Rabil to the Knighthawks after Rabil refused to play for Edmonton and declared his desire to be with an Eastern team.
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By Brian Towey and Brian Towey,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 3, 2002
NEW YORK -- For the UMBC men's basketball team, the craggy climb to the Northeast Conference championship game has been a summit that has proven just beyond its grasp time and time again. Last night, after gaining a tenuous foothold on a seeming berth in the finals with an 11-point halftime lead, the Retrievers again tumbled, falling to seventh-seeded Quinnipiac, 75-72, in the semifinals of the NEC tournament at Wagner College. "We tasted victory, but we couldn't put it away," said sophomore Peter Mulligan, who had a team-high 18 points and nine rebounds as UMBC fell two wins short of an NCAA tournament bid. "We lost our focus a little bit in the last 20 minutes."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 11, 1998
HAMDEN, Conn. -- Brad Martin scored a career-high 19 points as UMBC defeated Quinnipiac, 82-66, last night in a Northeast Conference game.The Retrievers (3-4, 3-0) led 36-33 at halftime, but trailed for the first seven minutes of the second period before using a 20-0 run to take control of the game.Tim Hyland scored 18 points for UMBC and Terrence Ward 14.Three players scored in double figures for the Braves (4-3, 1-1), led by Jared Grasso's 17 points. Nate Pondexter added 13 points and five assists and Bill Romano contributed 11 points and six rebounds.
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Sports Digest | August 22, 2012
College lacrosse Towson women to celebrate CAA title Oct. 26 Towson will hold its Colonial Athletic Association title celebration Oct. 26 at the Sheraton Baltimore North. Hosted by Towson Athletics and the Tiger Club, the "Night of Champions" will include the presentation of the CAA championship rings. The social hour begins at 6 p.m. with dinner and awards at 7 p.m. Tickets for the event can be purchased for $50. A portion of the ticket cost will be credited as a tax-deductible gift to the women's lacrosse program.
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Compiled from Inside Lacrosse reports | July 26, 2012
Rising junior goalie Brock Turnbaugh (Hereford) has orally committed to Johns Hopkins. The 5-foot-10, 200-pound keeper helped lead Hereford to its fifth straight Class 3A-2A title, saving 75 percent of shots, allowing three goals per game and earning All-County honors. A member of the Baltimore Crabs, he was also All-County in football and wrestling. Turnbaugh also considered Towson, Penn State and Navy.  A teammate of Turnbaugh's on the Baltimore Crabs, rising junior attackman Colin Chell (Boys' Latin)
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