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By Jeff Zrebiec and By Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2001
Loyola junior goalkeeper Reb Beatty admits he becomes a different person when he steps onto the soccer field. "Off the field, a lot of people are surprised by my demeanor, because I can be very reserved," Beatty said. "But, on the field, I have always been the same way: very loud, very vocal and very into the game." Mark Mettrick, the second-year coach of the Greyhounds, has a different take on it. "In terms of personality, some of our guys think he is a little mad at times, but that's OK," Mettrick said.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and By Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2001
Loyola junior goalkeeper Reb Beatty admits he becomes a different person when he steps onto the soccer field. "Off the field, a lot of people are surprised by my demeanor, because I can be very reserved," Beatty said. "But, on the field, I have always been the same way: very loud, very vocal and very into the game." Mark Mettrick, the second-year coach of the Greyhounds, has a different take on it. "In terms of personality, some of our guys think he is a little mad at times, but that's OK," Mettrick said.
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November 6, 1999
BaseballAstros: Named Fred Nelson major-league advance scout and Tom McCormack and Danny Watkins area scouts.Indians: Named Ted Uhlaender base-running and outfield coach and Clarence Jones hitting coach.Marlins: Named Rick Renteria manager of Double-A Portland.Phillies: Agreed to $500,000, one-year contract with P Carlos Reyes (2-4, 3.72 ERA in 65 games with Padres).CollegeECAC: Named Navy junior S Chris Lepore football Defensive Player of the Week.MAAC: Named Loyola senior F Christof Lindenmayer men's soccer Player of the Year.
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By Tommy Ventre and Tommy Ventre,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2001
COLLEGE PARK -- Senior defender Michael Nelson headed in a free kick from senior midfielder A.J. Ogilvie in the second minute, then led a stellar defensive effort to give the Loyola men's soccer team a 1-0 upset of No. 12 Maryland last night before 737 at Ludwig Field. Nelson's goal broke an eight-year scoring drought against the Terrapins for Loyola (3-1-1), and the win was the program's first over its in-state rival since 1992. "It's one of our biggest goals of the year, and we accomplished it," Loyola goalkeeper Reb Beatty (Archbishop Spalding)
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By Glenn P. Graham | December 1, 2001
NCAA Div. I tournament Round of 16 No. 11 Loyola (17-1-2) at No. 4 Saint Louis (17-1) Site: Hermann Stadium, St. Louis Time: 8 p.m. Series: Saint Louis has a 3-1-1 advantage, including a 1-0 win in the teams' last meeting in 1990. How they got there: Loyola defeated Maryland, 1-0, in double overtime; Saint Louis def. Missouri-Kansas City, 2-1. Outlook: Here's the simple math: the Greyhounds allowed only 11 goals this season, and the high-powered Billikens scored 50. Both teams enter with impressive streaks.
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November 4, 2000
Baseball Blue Jays: Named Mark Connor pitching coach, Garth Iorg first base coach and Cookie Rojas bench coach. Red Sox: Named Tom Mooney National League scout, Ben Cherington coordinator of scouting in Latin America and Galen Carr advance scouting administrator. Indians: Activated P Jaret Wright, P Charles Nagy, P Sean DePaula, P Jaime Brown, OF Jacob Cruz and P Jacob Westbrook from 60-day DL. Waived IF Bill Selby and P Jamie Brewington. Marlins: Signed IF Ryan McGuire, P Joe Strong and P Doug Walls to minor-league contracts.
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November 5, 1999
BaseballIndians: Announced sale of club from Richard Jacobs to group headed by Lawrence J. Dolan.BasketballMavericks: Signed F Rick Hughes. Waived F Kebu Stewart.Knicks: Named Sedric Toney director of player personnel.CollegeBig West Conference: Announced Cal State Northridge has been accepted as associate member in baseball for 2001 season.Davidson: Defender David Buehler (Columbia) was named to men's soccer All-Southern Conference first team.Duke: Named Tim Lang strength and conditioning coach.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | September 7, 2002
The sprinkler system at the Loyola goal came on unexpectedly during the overtime period of the Greyhounds' tense battle with UMBC yesterday, delaying the game for several minutes. Shortly after play resumed, lightning struck for the second time in three years for Loyola when Miguel Abreu scored at the 93:48 mark to beat the host Retrievers, 3-2, in the semifinals of the first Battle of Baltimore Soccer Tournament. The Greyhounds joined Towson in tomorrow's 4:30 p.m. final. The Tigers edged Navy, 1-0, when Machel Millwood headed in the only goal with 68:16 elapsed.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 18, 2002
Sophomore forward Abe Thompson scored three goals as Maryland beat Virginia, 3-0, yesterday in Cary, N.C., to win its second Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer championship. It was the first conference title since 1996 for the second-seeded Terrapins (17-4), and Thompson's three goals tied a tournament record set by Wake Forest's Ihor Dotsenko in 1997. Thompson, selected the tournament's Most Valuable Player, scored his first goal at the 4:45 mark off assists from Domenic Mediate and Scott Buete.
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By GLENN P. GRAHAM | November 20, 1997
Player of the yearReb Beatty, Archbishop Spalding, senior, goalkeeper: At 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, Beatty was an imposing figure in the Cavaliers' goal. Add to that his agility, aggressiveness, intensity and knowledge of the game and you have all the tools of a unique goalkeeper. It was a special season at Spalding with the Cavaliers (14-5-2) reaching their first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship and, despite a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to defending champion Calvert Hall, Beatty was right in the middle of the success.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1997
McDonogh's visit to Archbishop Spalding yesterday afternoon came with a different view.For a change, it was the Eagles who were a little behind the host Cavaliers in the MIAA A Conference standings, as well as in the metro area rankings.McDonogh coach Steve Nichols said his team was "behind the eight ball" with games against Curley and Calvert Hall coming up next week.Under those circumstances, the No. 6 Eagles' answer was to come out and outwork No. 2 Spalding, which they did in coming away with a solid 3-1 win in Severn.
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