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By Special to The Sun | November 12, 1990
CENTERVILLE, Mass. -- Frostburg State (9-1) has been chosen to play Ramapo (9-1) for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III-South football title Saturday, and will be at home for the noon kickoff.Each team was under consideration for a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III tournament bid, but lost its final game Saturday. Waynesburg defeated Frostburg State, 28-18, and Trenton State stopped Ramapo, 9-0.The two teams match up well in scoring and in highly rated defenses.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | August 8, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Before he ever talks to a high school senior, Jim Miceli is on the spot.Miceli joined the Maryland football staff as recruiting coordinator in June, but his job is in jeopardy. It's not that the Terps are disappointed with his work, but the cost-containment proponents in the NCAA have proposed that the position be abolished. It's one of the cuts that Division I-A football is expected to face at the NCAA convention next January."It's going to happen one of these days," Miceli said.
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By JAMES H. JACKSON and JAMES H. JACKSON,SUN STAFF CORRESPONDENT | November 18, 1990
FROSTBURG - Ramapo College held on to defeat Frostburg State for the Eastern College Athletic Conference-South Division III football championship, 20-14, yesterday at windy Bobcat Stadium.After threatening to self-destruct in the first half the mistake-marred Bobcats battled back from a 20-6 deficit and had an apparent Victory replaced by defeat with 20 seconds remaining in the game.With 80 yards to go for the winning score and 1 minute, 35 seconds on the clock, Jones connected with Tweedy for gains of 23 yards and 42 yards to advance to the Ramapo 20. But on fourth down, with no timeouts and 26 seconds left in the game, the Bobcats breathed their last gasp.
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By Steve McKerrow | October 20, 1992
A quartet from Ramapo, N.J., and a chorus from Richardson, Texas, sang their way to the top notes at the 46th Annual Sweet Adelines International Convention and Competition last weekend at the Baltimore Arena.The convention drew some 8,000 members of all-female barbershop harmony singing organizations, who began competitions Wednesday and concluded Saturday night.The top quartet was judged to be City Lights, whose four members -- Nancy Fuhrmann, Jo Lund, Sharon Vitkovsky and Jeannie Froelich -- were part of the Ramapo Valley Chorus.
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February 28, 1991
Salisbury State (22-6) launches its Division III basketball tournament bid Saturday night at Ramapo (N.J.) College (21-6). The Sea Gulls, winners of the Eastern States Athletic Conference championship, are seeded third and Ramapo is second in the Atlantic Region.Salisbury has a 12-game winning streak and features 6-6 junior Andre Foreman, MVP of the conference tournament with 90 points and 41 rebounds in three games.
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March 4, 1991
Even though Johns Hopkins couldn't get past Franklin & Marshall in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs over the weekend, the Blue Jays' Andy Enfield capped off his career with a game to remember.Enfield scored 22 points in the 65-56 loss in Lancaster, Pa., ending his career with 2,024 points. He also went 5-for-5 from the foul line, giving him the all-time single-season percentage lead for all divisions of the NCAA. He finished 120-for-126 (95.2 percent).Enfield was the only player in double figures for Hopkins (19-10)
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By Steve McKerrow | October 20, 1992
A quartet from Ramapo, N.J., and a chorus from Richardson, Texas, sang their way to the top notes at the 46th Annual Sweet Adelines International Convention and Competition last weekend at the Baltimore Arena.The convention drew some 8,000 members of all-female barbershop harmony singing organizations, who began competitions Wednesday and concluded Saturday night.The top quartet was judged to be City Lights, whose four members -- Nancy Fuhrmann, Jo Lund, Sharon Vitkovsky and Jeannie Froelich -- were part of the Ramapo Valley Chorus.
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March 19, 1992
Baseball Chicago White Sox -- Signed IF Joey Cora to a two-year contract and OF Sammy Sosa and IF Craig Grebeck to one-year contracts.Milwaukee Brewers -- Sent P Mark Lee, P Darren Holmes, P Otis Green, P Michael Ignasiak, P Eric Nolte, P Efrain Valdez, C Dave Nilsson and OF Matias Carrillo to minor-league camp for reassignment. Gave OF Kenny Williams his outright release.San Francisco Giants -- Placed P Scott Garrelts on the 60-day disabled list.Seattle Mariners -- Optioned P Brent Knackert, P Clint Zavaras, C Chris Howard and C Jim Campanis to Class AAA Calgary.
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March 10, 1992
BASEBALLAmerican League* AL -- Extended the contract of Bobby Brown, president, through Dec. 31, 1993.* TEXAS RANGERS -- Named Luis R. Mayoral assistant public relations director.National League* SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS -- Sent Jimmy Myers, Kevin Rogers and Chris Hancock, pitchers, and Jim McNamara, catcher, to their minor league camp for reassignment.BASKETBALLNational Basketball Association* GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS -- Activated Tom Tolbert, forward, from the injured list.United States Basketball League* LEAGUE OFFICE -- Named Jay Liberti chairman of the rules committee.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | August 8, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Before he ever talks to a high school senior, Jim Miceli is on the spot.Miceli joined the Maryland football staff as recruiting coordinator in June, but his job is in jeopardy. It's not that the Terps are disappointed with his work, but the cost-containment proponents in the NCAA have proposed that the position be abolished. It's one of the cuts that Division I-A football is expected to face at the NCAA convention next January."It's going to happen one of these days," Miceli said.
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March 19, 1992
Baseball Chicago White Sox -- Signed IF Joey Cora to a two-year contract and OF Sammy Sosa and IF Craig Grebeck to one-year contracts.Milwaukee Brewers -- Sent P Mark Lee, P Darren Holmes, P Otis Green, P Michael Ignasiak, P Eric Nolte, P Efrain Valdez, C Dave Nilsson and OF Matias Carrillo to minor-league camp for reassignment. Gave OF Kenny Williams his outright release.San Francisco Giants -- Placed P Scott Garrelts on the 60-day disabled list.Seattle Mariners -- Optioned P Brent Knackert, P Clint Zavaras, C Chris Howard and C Jim Campanis to Class AAA Calgary.
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March 10, 1992
BASEBALLAmerican League* AL -- Extended the contract of Bobby Brown, president, through Dec. 31, 1993.* TEXAS RANGERS -- Named Luis R. Mayoral assistant public relations director.National League* SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS -- Sent Jimmy Myers, Kevin Rogers and Chris Hancock, pitchers, and Jim McNamara, catcher, to their minor league camp for reassignment.BASKETBALLNational Basketball Association* GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS -- Activated Tom Tolbert, forward, from the injured list.United States Basketball League* LEAGUE OFFICE -- Named Jay Liberti chairman of the rules committee.
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March 4, 1991
Even though Johns Hopkins couldn't get past Franklin & Marshall in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs over the weekend, the Blue Jays' Andy Enfield capped off his career with a game to remember.Enfield scored 22 points in the 65-56 loss in Lancaster, Pa., ending his career with 2,024 points. He also went 5-for-5 from the foul line, giving him the all-time single-season percentage lead for all divisions of the NCAA. He finished 120-for-126 (95.2 percent).Enfield was the only player in double figures for Hopkins (19-10)
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February 28, 1991
Salisbury State (22-6) launches its Division III basketball tournament bid Saturday night at Ramapo (N.J.) College (21-6). The Sea Gulls, winners of the Eastern States Athletic Conference championship, are seeded third and Ramapo is second in the Atlantic Region.Salisbury has a 12-game winning streak and features 6-6 junior Andre Foreman, MVP of the conference tournament with 90 points and 41 rebounds in three games.
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By JAMES H. JACKSON and JAMES H. JACKSON,SUN STAFF CORRESPONDENT | November 18, 1990
FROSTBURG - Ramapo College held on to defeat Frostburg State for the Eastern College Athletic Conference-South Division III football championship, 20-14, yesterday at windy Bobcat Stadium.After threatening to self-destruct in the first half the mistake-marred Bobcats battled back from a 20-6 deficit and had an apparent Victory replaced by defeat with 20 seconds remaining in the game.With 80 yards to go for the winning score and 1 minute, 35 seconds on the clock, Jones connected with Tweedy for gains of 23 yards and 42 yards to advance to the Ramapo 20. But on fourth down, with no timeouts and 26 seconds left in the game, the Bobcats breathed their last gasp.
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By Special to The Sun | November 12, 1990
CENTERVILLE, Mass. -- Frostburg State (9-1) has been chosen to play Ramapo (9-1) for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III-South football title Saturday, and will be at home for the noon kickoff.Each team was under consideration for a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III tournament bid, but lost its final game Saturday. Waynesburg defeated Frostburg State, 28-18, and Trenton State stopped Ramapo, 9-0.The two teams match up well in scoring and in highly rated defenses.
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June 24, 2010
Pro football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor was indicted Wednesday by a suburban New York grand jury on charges of third-degree rape and patronizing a prostitute. The indictment follows his May 6 arrest at a Holiday Inn in Ramapo, N.Y., where prosecutors say he paid a 16-year-old girl $300 to have sex with him. He is scheduled to appear July 13. The former New York Giants linebacker also was indicted on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and sexual abuse and criminal sexual act in the third degree.
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