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September 1, 1991
DickinsonRed DevilsCoach: Ed Sweeney, seventh yearAssistant coaches: Darwin Breaux, Ben Miller, Joel Quattrone, Scott Shank, Leon Fritts, Richard Heffernan Jr., Matthew KucikLast year's record: 8-1-1 overall, 5-1-1and first in Centennial Football ConferenceTop returnees: Seniors, fullback Geoffrey "Bub" O'Donnell, defensive back/punt returner Shaughn White, defensive tackle Steve Miller; juniors, quarterback Stuart James, offensive tackle Jeffrey Gercak, defensive...
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October 1, 2014
Think Pink Zumba Charity Event Zumba party to raise funds for two charities in Maryland assisting women battling with breast cancer : the Red Devils and Sisters Network Inc. Noon-2 p.m. Saturday at Downtown Cultural Arts Center, 401 N. Howard St., Baltimore. $10. the-red-devils.org Sweating for the Sisters Bokwa workout benefits the Tyanna Foundation. 9:30 am. Saturdays in October at Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore outdoor pier, 601 E. Pratt St. $10. tyanna.org/baltimore/events Equine Wine Festival Wine tasting and purchase, music, a food court, an outdoor horse arena with demonstrations, pony rides, horse-drawn wagon rides, artisans and more.
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By Angela J. Bass and Angela J. Bass,angela.bass@baltsun.com | June 29, 2009
After more than a year juggling the family finances to handle the expense of battling breast cancer, Ronda Badiang was surprised a few months back when she found she was unable to pay a $1,000 deductible for her treatment. She was even more surprised when the Red Devils stepped in to settle the bill, no questions asked. "Even with good insurance, I still needed them," said the 35-year-old Taneytown mother of one. "Initially, I cried. It was a blessing." The Red Devils - the name comes from a potent, scarlet-red chemotherapy drug - aim to help breast cancer patients and their families by funding child care, coordinating rides to the doctor and helping to pay bills, among other services.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2014
After St. Mary's opened the season with a 12-8 victory over Roanoke on Feb. 18 that was pushed back from Feb. 15 because of snow, coach Chris Hasbrouck dismissed any suggestion that the team might be physically exhausted or emotionally spent for Saturday's showdown with No. 6 Dickinson. After the Seahawks was shut out in the first half en route to a 13-8 loss to the Red Devils, Hasbrouck stuck to that stance. “The change of schedule, the plan, we don't offer any excuses at all,” he said Wednesday morning.
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By Edward Lee | April 5, 2012
As hot as Washington is - a seven-game winning streak tends to heat up things nicely - the Shoremen will meet a hotter opponent this Saturday in No. 5 and Centennial Conference foe Dickinson. The Red Devils (9-1 overall and 3-0 in the league) have not lost since Feb. 25 when St. Mary's prevailed, 12-9, and have strung together eight consecutive wins. They are the reigning conference tournament champions, and they represent the sternest test of the season for Washington (7-2, 4-0)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2013
Washington College's remarkable turnaround last season absorbed a little bit of a blow when the team fell to Dickinson, 11-6, in the title game of the Centennial Conference tournament on May 6. It was the second-to-last game as the Shoremen lost to Goucher, 5-4, in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Despite the heartache, coach Jeff Shirk said he doesn't want No. 10 Washington College (10-1 overall and 4-1 in the league) to remember that result or use it as a rallying cry when the No. 2 Red Devils (11-0, 4-0)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2013
Dickinson, the top seed in the South region, will make only its second appearance in a NCAA tournament quarterfinal when Salisbury visits Carlisle, Pa., on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Sea Gulls, a 10-time national champion, will play in their 16th consecutive quarterfinal. Advantage, Salisbury? Coach Jim Berkman declined to declare that, but he did agree that the tension and pressure is turned up as a team advances deeper into the postseason. “Being at this point, there is more at stake, there is more tension, there is more urgency into the game,” Berkman said Monday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
Wednesday night's Centennial Conference tournament semifinal against No. 2 Dickinson would normally be an unenviable task for any opponent. But coach Jeff Shirk said his No. 10 Washington College squad (12-3) is eager for a rematch of a 15-10 loss to the Red Devils (15-0) on April 13. “I think our guys are excited,” Shirk said Tuesday morning. “There have been a couple bumps in the road that everybody knows about, and the fact that we're actually in the tournament has guys excited.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2014
After St. Mary's opened the season with a 12-8 victory over Roanoke on Feb. 18 that was pushed back from Feb. 15 because of snow, coach Chris Hasbrouck dismissed any suggestion that the team might be physically exhausted or emotionally spent for Saturday's showdown with No. 6 Dickinson. After the Seahawks was shut out in the first half en route to a 13-8 loss to the Red Devils, Hasbrouck stuck to that stance. “The change of schedule, the plan, we don't offer any excuses at all,” he said Wednesday morning.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2013
The cards did not look stacked in Salisbury's favor as the reigning national champion took on the unenviable task of trying to upend undefeated Dickinson. But that is exactly what the No. 12 Sea Gulls did as they evicted the No. 2 Red Devils, 11-9, from a NCAA tournament quarterfinal Wednesday. Salisbury improved to 17-5 and will meet No. 4 Stevenson (20-2) this Sunday night for the right to advance to the title game in Philadelphia on May 26. It is a development that coach Jim Berkman is thankful for. “It was a great win on the road against a team that had an unblemished season,” he said Thursday morning.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2014
St. Mary's got off to the start it was looking for by beating Roanoke for the second consecutive season. And the Seahawks - ranked 18th in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association preseason poll - will next clash with Dickinson on Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. Paul's School in Brooklandville for the second straight year. But unlike 2013, coach Chris Hasbrouck would prefer if St. Mary's avoided a repeat of the 19-5 drubbing the Red Devils delivered. To do that, Hasbrouck said the team has to refrain from enjoying Tuesday's 12-8 victory over the Maroons too much.
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From Sun staff reports | January 17, 2014
Rashad Whack and Julian Norfleet combined to score 55 points and power host Mount St. Mary's past Wagner, 89-80, Thursday night. Norfleet finished with a game-high 28 points and Whack had 27. The Mount (6-10, 2-1 Northeast Conference) has won two straight. The Seahawks (8-8, 2-1) opened with a 5-0 run, capped by a 3-pointer by Jay Harris with 17:44 left in the first half. Mount St.Mary's retook the lead at 13-7 on a pair of layups by Norfleetwith 12:02 left. After falling behind again, Mount St. Mary's retook the lead for good at 37-35 on a 3-pointer by Whack with 21 seconds left.
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From Sun staff reports | October 27, 2013
Brandon Cherry rushed for a career-high 176 yards and one touchdown and freshman Stuart Walters ran for 130 yards and a score for Johns Hopkins in a 34-16 victory over Gettysburg on Saturday. The Blue Jays (7-0, 6-0 Centennial Conference) amassed 574 yards of total offense in their 12th straight victory. Hopkins led 7-3 late in the second quarter before a blocked field goal and a long touchdown drive pushed the lead to 14-3 at the half. The Bullets fell to 3-4, 2-4. Bowie State 34, Virginia Union 7: Keith Brown had 26 rushes for 102yards and two touchdowns to power the host Bulldogs (3-5, 1-4 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2013
The cards did not look stacked in Salisbury's favor as the reigning national champion took on the unenviable task of trying to upend undefeated Dickinson. But that is exactly what the No. 12 Sea Gulls did as they evicted the No. 2 Red Devils, 11-9, from a NCAA tournament quarterfinal Wednesday. Salisbury improved to 17-5 and will meet No. 4 Stevenson (20-2) this Sunday night for the right to advance to the title game in Philadelphia on May 26. It is a development that coach Jim Berkman is thankful for. “It was a great win on the road against a team that had an unblemished season,” he said Thursday morning.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2013
Dickinson, the top seed in the South region, will make only its second appearance in a NCAA tournament quarterfinal when Salisbury visits Carlisle, Pa., on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Sea Gulls, a 10-time national champion, will play in their 16th consecutive quarterfinal. Advantage, Salisbury? Coach Jim Berkman declined to declare that, but he did agree that the tension and pressure is turned up as a team advances deeper into the postseason. “Being at this point, there is more at stake, there is more tension, there is more urgency into the game,” Berkman said Monday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 1, 2013
When No. 10 Washington College and No. 2 Dickinson meet in Wednesday night's Centennial Conference tournament semifinal, it will be a rematch of the April 13 regular-season meeting in which the Shoremen suffered a 15-10 setback in Chestertown. If Washington (12-3) harbors any hope of pulling off the upset and tagging the Red Devils (15-0) with their first loss of the season, the Shoremen must avoid surrendering runs that plagued them in the first contest. Dickinson scored all five goals of the second quarter to turn a 3-2 deficit into a 7-3 advantage, embarked on a 4-0 spurt in a span of 1 minute, 46 seconds of the third period to take a 12-6 lead, and then scored three unanswered goals in 2:03 of the fourth quarter to assume a 15-9 advantage.
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October 10, 2008
Dickinson (3-2, 2-1 Centennial) at Johns Hopkins (3-2, 1-2) Time: 7 p.m. Site: Homewood Field Outlook: The Blue Jays have cooled off, losing their past two games after opening the season 3-0. The Red Devils are looking for some consistency, having alternated wins and losses the first five weeks of the season. The Blue Jays need to protect the ball, beginning with quarterback Hewitt Tomlin, whose eight touchdown passes have been overshadowed by his eight interceptions. Freshman wide receiver Sam Wernick is starting to come on for Hopkins, averaging 20 yards a catch with three touchdowns, while Dickinson's Pat O'Connor leads the Red Devils with 35 catches and four touchdowns.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 23, 1997
Matt Gorman scored 16 points and grabbed 20 rebounds as Johns Hopkins captured the Centennial Conference regular-season title last night with a 52-49 victory over Dickinson before 1,650 in Carlisle, Pa.Wes Unseld added 11 points for the Blue Jays (17-7, 10-3).The Red Devils (15-9, 9-4) were led by Josh Loveall with 12 points.Hopkins outscored Dickinson 12-1 from the foul line.Pub Date: 2/23/97
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
Wednesday night's Centennial Conference tournament semifinal against No. 2 Dickinson would normally be an unenviable task for any opponent. But coach Jeff Shirk said his No. 10 Washington College squad (12-3) is eager for a rematch of a 15-10 loss to the Red Devils (15-0) on April 13. “I think our guys are excited,” Shirk said Tuesday morning. “There have been a couple bumps in the road that everybody knows about, and the fact that we're actually in the tournament has guys excited.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 15, 2013
Washington College's 15-10 setback to Dickinson last Saturday was a double whammy of sorts. Not only were the Shoremen unable to avenge last year's loss to the Red Devils in the Centennial Conference tournament, but they also found out that they are likely frozen out of the top two seeds in the upcoming league tournament. With a 4-2 record in the Centennial, Washington (10-2) fell two games behind Dickinson (12-0) and Franklin & Marshall (9-3), which share identical 5-0 league records.
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