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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 25, 2001
The big question entering last night's Major League Lacrosse game at Homewood Field was which Bayhawks team would show up against the Rochester Rattlers. Would it be the team that dominated all phases of the game in its season-opening 16-13 win over Long Island, or the team that stumbled to consecutive road losses last weekend? The 4,762 fans in attendance saw both versions. While the Bayhawks struggled during a couple of stretches, they were at their best when it mattered most as they registered a come-from-behind 13-12 win over the Rattlers (1-2)
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 20, 2005
BOSTON -- They're back. Not that the Bayhawks were absent from Major League Lacrosse's championship game for very long. They missed it for the first time in the league's five-year history last year. But, having dispatched the Rochester Rattlers, 20-13, in a semifinal at Nickerson Field last night, the Bayhawks were happy to have made it to their fourth title game -- a showdown tomorrow at 1:05 p.m. with the Long Island Lizards, who defeated the Boston Cannons, 19-14, in the other semifinal.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 19, 2005
IRONDEQUOIT, N.Y. - They had to shrug off the effects of a nine-hour bus ride, a six-point halftime deficit and, perhaps, a certain amount of complacency. But once they did, the Bayhawks made it look easy, outscoring the Rochester Rattlers 14-1 during the final 22 minutes and walking off with an 18-11 Major League Lacrosse victory last night before 4,214 at Bishop Kearney High School. Player-coach Gary Gait, Mikey Powell and Tom Marechek each scored three goals, with Gait adding three assists, to keep the Bayhawks (4-0)
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By Jabari Ritchie and Jabari Ritchie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 3, 1999
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- For the fifth straight season, Florida A&M's high-powered offense was just too much for Morgan State.The Bears, who gave up an average of nearly 60 points to the MEAC-leading Rattlers since beating them in 1994, were routed, 66-10, last night. By halftime, Florida A&M already owned a 56-0 lead.Rattlers quarterback JaJuan Seider led his team to touchdowns on each of their eight first-half possessions. Seider completed 17 of 21 passes for 276 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 76 yards and two touchdowns.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
The Bayhawks took their first step toward salvaging an inconsistent past two months by turning to their one constant all season long. Attackman Mark Millon delivered once again, racking up six goals and three assists to lead the Bayhawks to a 19-14 victory last night over the Rochester Rattlers before an announced crowd of 2,025 at Homewood Field. The victory over Rochester (4-7) assures the Bayhawks of a playoff spot and a chance to defend their Major League Lacrosse championship later this month.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2004
The Bayhawks discovered firsthand yesterday what the major collegiate lacrosse powers have known for several years. When goaltender Tillman Johnson is hot, he's very difficult to beat. In his Major Lacrosse League debut, Johnson was extremely hot for three quarters, allowing Rochester to build a six-point lead and stave off the rallying Bayhawks, 14-12, at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium for the Rattlers' first-ever victory in Baltimore. A late-afternoon crowd of 4,220 watched the Rattlers (2-2)
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By Sam Atkinson and Sam Atkinson,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2001
Bayhawks midfielder Kip Fulks entered yesterday's game against the Rochester Rattlers with one thing on his mind: Score a goal on his former college roommate, Brian Dougherty. The hottest goalie in Major League Lacrosse, Dougherty had shut out Fulks three times. But this time, Fulks got the best of his former University of Maryland roommate, scoring three goals to lead the Bayhawks to a 12-11 victory before 3,173 at Homewood Field. "You don't know how good it felt to score three times today," Fulks said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2013
Morgan State and Florida A&M have taken different paths to Saturday's game at Hughes Stadium in Baltimore. The Bears have dropped their first five games of the season and are 0-1 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference after Saturday's 27-21 loss to Norfolk State . The Rattlers (1-3) have yet to play a league contest and have lost their past three. But they are coming off a bye week. So does the bye week give Florida A&M an advantage? Morgan State coach Donald Hill-Eley thinks so. “This game is all about preparation,” he said Tuesday.
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By Paul White and Paul White,Contributing Writer | March 6, 1993
NORFOLK, Va. -- When Morgan State's basketball players look back on their Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference quarterfinal game against Florida A&M, they'll probably remember it as the one that got away.The Bears, seemingly in control much of the game, could only watch in dismay down the stretch as the Rattlers paraded to the foul line and came away with a 90-87 victory yesterday at The Scope.The Rattlers (10-17), MEAC tournament champions in 1991 and finalists a year ago, will meet top-seeded Coppin State in the semifinals today at 5 p.m. Florida A&M upset Coppin State in the quarterfinals during its 1991 run to the title.
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By Bill Free | February 7, 1992
The losing continued for the Morgan State basketball team last night, but there were some encouraging signs.For at least the first 34 minutes, Morgan played defending Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champion Florida A&M tough. But the Bears faded badly at the end, losing 96-78 at Hill Field House.Morgan was down by only 73-68 with 6:12 left when the Rattlers went on a 23-10 tear that left Bears coach Michael Holmes shaking his head in disbelief.During the burst, Florida A&M was virtually unstoppable on the ++ fastbreak.
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