Advertisement
HomeCollectionsRed Flash
IN THE NEWS

Red Flash

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2000
If St. Francis (Pa.) could have gotten it together last night, the Red Flash might have had a chance to beat UMBC at the Retriever Activity Center. Then again, if the reeling Retrievers could have played even 25 minutes of good basketball, their 69-58 margin of victory would have been larger. As it was, both teams indulged in sloppy basketball -- UMBC's defined by 19 turnovers, St. Francis' defined by 23 percent shooting in the second half -- but the Retrievers' strengths trumped those of the Red Flash and resulted in a Northeast Conference victory.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | April 26, 2014
Brooke Griffin (South River) tied an Atlantic Coast Conference tournament record with seven goals as top-seeded Maryland defeated fifth-seeded Virginia, 15-9, in a semifinal at Boston College on Friday. Griffin's seven goals tied the tournament record set by Maryland's Jen Adams against North Carolina in the 1999 semifinals and matched by Virginia's Tyler Leachman against North Carolina in 2006 semifinals. The Terps took an 8-2 halftime lead before trading goals with Virginia in the second half.
Advertisement
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 1, 2002
Myriam Baccouche scored 15 points, as host Mount St. Mary's handed Northeast Conference-leading St. Francis (Pa.) its first conference loss, 64-52, in women's college basketball last night. The Mount (8-11, 5-5 ) held the Red Flash (11-8, 9-1) to 31 percent shooting from the field, 16 percent below their season average. St. Francis' eight-game winning streak ended with the loss. The Mount trailed 34-33 with 18:21 left before going on an 11-0 run. UMBC 68, Robert Morris 49: Jessie Brown recorded a double double with a game-high 20 points and 11 assists to power the host Retrievers past the Colonials.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | March 2, 2014
Navy held a single-digit lead for most of the game Saturday before Loyola Maryland edged ahead in the last five minutes for a 67-65 victory, breaking a six-game losing streak with its first Patriot League road win of the season. Franz Rassman led the visiting Greyhounds (11-18, 6-12) with 15 points, tying a career high set three days earlier. Navy (9-20, 4-14) shot 24-for-55 from the field compared with Loyola's 23-for-47, but the Greyhounds were 15-for-19 from the free-throw line, while Navy was only 10-for-19.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1998
EMMITSBURG -- The winningest active coach in the country, Jim Phelan, stood outside the Mount St. Mary's locker room last night and sipped on a diet soda.The more soda he drank, the less Phelan seemed to enjoy the taste, and the harder it was for him to accept an 88-80 loss to St. Francis (Pa.) in a Northeast Conference game before 2,458 at Knott Arena."It gripes me to lose at home," said Phelan, who is 778-421 in 44 years at the Mount. "We never used to lose here. Without Newton Gayle in the lineup, we're going to go south if our perimeter game is off the least little bit. This is the fourth game we've lost this season that we felt we should have won."
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 1, 1998
Julie Sommer scored a game-high 21 points to lead William and Mary to a 68-62 win over Towson in the championship game of the seventh Red Flash Classic yesterday at St. Francis College in Loretto, Pa.Freshman Jess Gordon's 19 points led the Tigers (6-4). Teammate Shniece Perry had 11 points and a team-high nine rebounds.The game was tied seven times in the second half before the Tribe (7-4) went on a 7-0 run late in the game to take a 61-55 lead with 2: 59 left. A free throw by Towson's Sonia Keiner cut the margin to three, but a combined three free throws by Katie Averyt and Nekisa Cooper clinched it for William and Mary.
SPORTS
By Dave Sutor and Dave Sutor,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 15, 1995
LORETTO, Pa. -- Maurice Sydnor and Paul Hall ripped through the St. Francis defense yesterday for a combined 179 yards, leading Towson State to a 34-7 victory at the Pine Bowl.They filled in for tailback Larry Washington, who sat out with a pulled muscle in his lower leg.Big plays and the failure to stop the run have hurt the Red Flash all season and yesterday was no exception.The Tigers rushed for 262 yards on 41 carries. Sydnor had a game-high 105 yards on five carries."We just felt physically we were a little bit better," said Towson State coach Gordy Combs.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | February 5, 1991
LORETTO, Pa. -- Mike Iuzzolino scored 28 points and Joe Anderson added 20 to lead St. Francis, Pa., to a 79-69 victory over the University of Maryland Baltimore County last night.The Red Flash (16-6) also received 10 points from Tom Bennetch.UMBC (2-19), which lost its fourth straight, was led by Derrick Reid's 14 points and 16 rebounds.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 6, 1997
LORETTO, Pa. -- Freshman forward Jessica Zinobile scored a season-high 29 points and pulled down 13 rebounds to lead St. Francis (Pa.) to a 54-42 win over Mount St. Mary's in the semifinals of the Northeast Conference women's tournament yesterday.The Red Flash (20-8), defending NEC champion and regular-season titlist, advanced to Saturday's final against Monmouth, a 60-54 winner over Wagner College.Pub Date: 3/06/97
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | January 10, 1995
LORETTO, Pa. -- Junior forward Rob Wooster (Annapolis) scored 18 points last night to lead St. Francis, Pa., to an 82-80 victory over Mount St. Mary's (5-7, 3-1), which dropped its first Northeast Conference game.Wooster hit two free throws with five seconds left to give the Red Flash (5-7, 1-3) an 82-78 lead.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | February 25, 2014
Justin Black's game-high 21 points weren't enough for Morgan State as the visiting Bears (11-14, 9-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) fell, 59-56, to Delaware State (9-18, 5-9). The Bears shot 39.2 percent from the field in the loss. Hampton 104, UMES 89: The Hawks (4-21, 2-10 MEAC) led by two at halftime but allowed the Pirates (15-11, 10-3) to score 62 points in the second half of a home loss. Hood 85, Albright 79: Six Blazers (17-9) scored in double digits in their home win over the Lions (13-13)
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | January 24, 2014
Alyssa Thomas had a game-high 27 points, but No. 6 Maryland was outscored by 18 points in the second half as Virginia upset the visiting Terps, 86-72, Thursday night. The loss ended a 14-game winning streak by Maryland (16-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). Kelsey Wolfe led the Cavaliers (10-9, 3-3) with 24 points. Ataira Franklin and Faith Randolph each had 19. Virginia halted a five-game losing streak against Maryland and won its second straight against a ranked opponent.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff and news services | February 26, 2010
Shawn Atupem scored 15 points and Will Holland had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead host Mount St. Mary's past Saint Francis (Pa.), 67-51, on Thursday night. The win marks the ninth straight for the Mount (14-14, 11-6) and secures home-court advantage for the Northeast Conference tournament. The Red Flash (11-17, 9-8) saw their winning streak end at four. Mount St. Mary's, which has won by double figures in seven straight games, led by 15 points in the first half, but Saint Francis (11-17, 9-8)
SPORTS
By From Sun staff and news services | February 22, 2009
Chris Harris scored 17 points and was 4-for-4 from the free-throw line in the final 1:17 to help host Navy beat Army, 59-54, yesterday. Trailing for most of the second half, Army trimmed the margin to 51-49 on John Moonshower's three-pointer with 1:31 to play. Harris responded with a pair of free throws for Navy. After Army's Marcus Nelson hit a layup to pull back within two, Harris hit two more foul shots with 12 seconds left to seal the win. Moonshower's three-pointer at the buzzer provided the final margin.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | March 29, 2008
Katelyn Catanese and Kathleen Rossetti (Perry Hall) each had six points to power Mount St. Mary's past host Saint Francis (Pa.) yesterday, 23-0, for the first shutout in school history. Catanese scored five goals and had an assist, and Rossetti, who entered the game with four goals this season, had a career-high six goals in the Mountaineers' win over the winless Red Flash (0-8, 0-2 Northeast Conference). Mount St. Mary's (5-5, 2-1) scored eight times in the first 10 minutes and reached the 20-goal mark against Saint Francis for the second straight time.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | March 5, 2008
Six players recorded hat tricks, and the Navy women's lacrosse team held visiting Saint Francis (Pa.) without a shot in routing the Red Flash, 24-0, yesterday. Erin Rawlick scored a team-high four goals, and Katrina Nietsch, Brittany Amerau, Mary Ruttum, Sarah Bushong and Kaylene Klingenstein scored three times each. The Midshipmen improved to 3-0. They have outscored their opponents 66-15 in their first three games as an NCAA Division I member. Saint Francis (Pa.) fell to 0-2. Navy scored early and often, getting its first goal, by Klingenstein, 22 seconds into the game.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | February 16, 1993
EMMITSBURG -- Mount St. Mary's dug itself too deep of a hole last night.Deon George scored 31 points, as St. Francis, Pa., scored 16 of the game's first 18 and went on to defeat Mount St. Mary's, 89-69, in a Northeast Conference game before 2,715 at Knott Arena.St. Francis (7-15, 5-9) used trapping, swarming defenses to disrupt the Mount (10-12, 9-6). St. Francis often double- and triple-teamed Chris McGuthrie, the team's leading scorer, forcing him to make bad passes or alter his shot.McGuthrie, who scored 33 Saturday night in a 96-75 victory over Robert Morris, scored 15 and made four of 13 from the field.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 24, 1997
Robin Coveleski and Sarah McGinley each had a goal and an assist to lead Mount St. Mary's to a 3-2 victory over visiting St. Francis, Pa., in a Northeast Conference women's soccer game yesterday.After the Red Flash's Melissa Lash tied the game at 1 on an unassisted goal at 54: 26, Coveleski and McGinley scored 10 minutes apart to give the Mountaineers (4-8-2) some breathing room. Lash scored again with just under five minutes left, but St. Francis (1-13) got no closer.Kate Kurrow had four saves for the Mountaineers, who outshot the the Red Flash, 22-11.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | November 28, 2007
So the mortgage crisis comes to this: Columbia's Fieldstone Mortgage enters bankruptcy proceedings, stiffing Wall Street's biggest names, and it's only a local story. Mr. Bernanke, here's another indicator you're losing control. If a major subprime lender leaves Morgan Stanley, Household International, Bear Stearns and others holding a $100 million bag and the national news media ignore it, maybe the problem is a heck of a lot bigger than most of us dreamed. Lower the short-term interest rates.
SPORTS
By Bill Free | March 5, 2005
Northeast Conference women Sites: All quarterfinal games played at home of higher seed, then the teams will be re-seeded so the highest remaining seed plays the lowest in semifinals and finals at home of higher seed. When: Today, Tuesday, Saturday. 2004 champion: St. Francis (Pa.) 2005 favorite: St. Francis (Pa.) Three-time defending champion St. Francis seems to be in a league of its own, riding an 11-game winning streak into a tournament the Red Flash has won eight of the past nine years.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.