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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | February 25, 2005
Read our transcript with the Navy men's lacrosse coach Richie Meade is entering his 15th season as head coach of the Midshipmen. Navy finished 15-3 and lost in the NCAA title game to Syracuse. Dan, Cibolo, Texas: What kind of season will Navy have this year? Richie Meade: Last year was a great year, but it's over. There's a lot of things that happen between now and Memorial Day. We're excited about our team and the guys we have coming back. I think it's going to be fun. We return a lot of guys from last year's team, especially at the defensive end of the field.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2014
Second-guessing is part of sports, but that doesn't mean that Navy coach Rick Sowell has to take part. “I don't read things. I don't,” he said of dealing with scrutiny. “I worry about the team and the relationship I have with the team and focusing on the task at hand. If I worried too much about what other people said, I wouldn't be here. "I've been the underdog ever since I was young athlete and was told that I wasn't maybe as good as my brothers. So I've been hearing things since way back, and I just can't pay attention to it. I just believe in myself, believe in what I'm doing, and so far, it's been able to allow me to have some degree of success.
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By Sports Digest | February 23, 2010
No. 6 Navy's 8-7 overtime loss to No. 13 Loyola on Saturday was doubly painful as the Midshipmen (1-1) will likely have to finish the remainder of the season without senior attackman Tim Paul . Paul, the team's leading scorer last year with 32 points on 18 goals and 14 assists, tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee, coach Richie Meade confirmed Monday. Paul, a Parkton native and Loyola graduate, suffered the injury with about two minutes left in regulation and did not return.
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Sports Digest | September 3, 2013
Auto racing Consistent Boston finishes third in ARCA race in Illinois Baltimore County driver Justin Boston took third in Monday's Southern Illinois 100 at the DuQuoin State Fairgrounds, his seventh straight top-10 finish. "I was really just trying to be cautious as possible while being aggressive," Boston said. "I just tried to be consistent and not make any mistakes and let everyone else make mistakes. We had really good track position today and it paid off for us. " In 17 races, Boston has earned seven top-five finishes and 14 top-10s.
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By Edward Lee | February 14, 2012
Navy kicked off the Rick Sowell era with a 14-7 victory over VMI Saturday. But the team actually trailed the Keydets, 2-0, in the first 4 minutes, 44 seconds of the contest. In the end, that wasn't of consequence, but getting off to slow starts was an issue for the Midshipmen last season. Opponents took an early lead in six games, winning four of them. Those four losses contributed to Navy's 4-9 record last year. Sowell, who succeeded Richie Meade in the offseason, said he wasn't aware of the team's lethargic beginnings.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2011
Maryland said Thursday that it expects men's lacrosse coach John Tillman — who had attracted interest from Navy — to remain in College Park, where he led the Terps to the NCAA title game in his first season. Tillman spoke with Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson by phone Thursday. "As far as we're concerned, he's our coach and we fully expect him to remain our coach," Anderson said in a statement released upon request. Asked to confirm that he was remaining at Maryland, Tillman replied indirectly late Thursday afternoon.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2011
Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman has told athletic director Kevin Anderson he is staying at the school despite overtures from Navy about its coaching vacancy. Anderson said in an interview that he spoke with Tillman on Tuesday. "John has assured me that he's been very clear to them that he's not interested in their job," Anderson said. "He likes it here and he's going to stay here. " Navy asked Maryland for permission last weekend to speak to Tillman about the opening.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2013
Taking aim at the ever-accelerating recruiting of young athletes, the Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Association issued a statement Wednesday to its membership indicating that it does not support recruiting events for boys who have yet to enter ninth grade. "College coaches are great teachers of the game. We should be involved in helping develop both players and coaches," IMLCA president Richie Meade, head coach at Furman and former Navy head coach, said in the statement. "Programs that teach are very valuable in advancing our sport in a healthy way. We all agree recruiting young men when they have not yet entered high school is not the direction in which lacrosse should move.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2011
Navy has indicated interest in talking to Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman about its coaching vacancy but has not formally sought the school's permission to speak with him, according to sources close to Maryland athletics. Trying to hire Tillman -- who led Maryland to the NCAA title game -- would be a bold move since he just completed his first season with the Terps and has a large buyout clause in his contract. Maryland is expected to try to retain the coach, who led the Terps to their first final four since 2006.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse magazine | May 23, 2012
Former Navy coach Richie Meade is expected to be named the first men's lacrosse coach at Furman, Inside Lacrosse reported Tuesday. Meade and an official in Furman's athletic department declined to comment when reached; however, the Furman athletic department has confirmed that it has planned a news conference for Saturday in Boston to name its first head coach. Inside Lacrosse reported on April 20 that Meade led a list of candidates that the newly formed South Carolina Division I men's program was considering, and sources have told Inside Lacrosse that Meade visited campus last week and has been in negotiations with the university.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2013
Penn State has announced that men's lacrosse volunteer assistant coach David Shriver (Boys' Latin) will serve as director of operations for the 2014 season. Shriver, who has coached for two years under Jeff Tambroni , oversees the extra-man unit and offensive personnel. The Nittany Lions' offense has improved each of the past two seasons, from 8.14 goals per game (2011) to 10.47 (2013). Shriver's father, Bob , has been the head coach at Boys' Latin for the past 34 years.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2013
Taking aim at the ever-accelerating recruiting of young athletes, the Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Association issued a statement Wednesday to its membership indicating that it does not support recruiting events for boys who have yet to enter ninth grade. "College coaches are great teachers of the game. We should be involved in helping develop both players and coaches," IMLCA president Richie Meade, head coach at Furman and former Navy head coach, said in the statement. "Programs that teach are very valuable in advancing our sport in a healthy way. We all agree recruiting young men when they have not yet entered high school is not the direction in which lacrosse should move.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2013
Hobart announced Monday that its men's lacrosse team will accept an invitation to compete in the Northeast Conference as an associate member beginning next season. The Statesmen will leave the quickly crumbing Eastern College Athletic Conference lacrosse league to join Northeast Conference members Mount St. Mary's, Bryant, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart and Wagner. The move leaves Bellarmine and Air Force as the only ECAC teams without a home past next season. Lacrosse Magazine reported Friday that both the Falcons and the Knights are in talks to join the newly formed Atlantic Sun Conference, which will sponsor lacrosse for the first time in 2014.
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Sports Digest | June 12, 2013
College lacrosse Calvert Hall grad Kruger leaves post as Shenandoah coach Shenandoah announced that Mike Kruger (Calvert Hall) has resigned as men's lacrosse coach. Kruger, who led the Hornets to five wins this season - matching the win total of the previous three seasons combined - is resigning to accept a professional opportunity in NCAA Division I men's lacrosse. Kruger came to Shenandoah after two years as an assistant at Washington and Lee. "This is great for Mike," athletic director Doug Zipp said.
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By Edward Lee | June 4, 2012
Here is the opening installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. So Monday begins with a visit with Navy. REVIEW The good: As the Midshipmen learned last year when longtime coach Richie Meade was dismissed, the bottom line is wins and losses. In that department, the team improved from last year's 4-9 record, going 6-6 this season.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse magazine | May 23, 2012
Former Navy coach Richie Meade is expected to be named the first men's lacrosse coach at Furman, Inside Lacrosse reported Tuesday. Meade and an official in Furman's athletic department declined to comment when reached; however, the Furman athletic department has confirmed that it has planned a news conference for Saturday in Boston to name its first head coach. Inside Lacrosse reported on April 20 that Meade led a list of candidates that the newly formed South Carolina Division I men's program was considering, and sources have told Inside Lacrosse that Meade visited campus last week and has been in negotiations with the university.
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Sports Digest | January 26, 2012
Et cetera Digest: Navy men ranked No. 5 in Patriot lacrosse poll The Patriot League released its men's lacrosse preseason poll Wednesday, and Navy is No. 5, trailing (in order) defending champion Bucknell, Army, Colgate and Lehigh. It's the first time in league history that the Midshipmen have been ranked outside the top two in the preseason poll. The team's 4-9 overall record and 2-4 mark in the Patriot League last season influenced the placement; Navy won the regular season outright or shared the title between 2004 and 2008 and captured the tournament crown six consecutive years.
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By Edward Lee | April 12, 2012
Minutes after succeeding Richie Meade in early June as the head coach at Navy, Rick Sowell got a brief taste of the rivalry between the academy and Army as he perused emails from alumni with the sign-off “Beat Army.” But as the No. 20 Midshipmen prepare to meet the No. 17 Black Knights this Saturday for the 91st time, Sowell - who left Stony Brook to join Navy - is getting a fuller perspective of the traditional game between these Patriot...
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By Edward Lee | February 14, 2012
Navy kicked off the Rick Sowell era with a 14-7 victory over VMI Saturday. But the team actually trailed the Keydets, 2-0, in the first 4 minutes, 44 seconds of the contest. In the end, that wasn't of consequence, but getting off to slow starts was an issue for the Midshipmen last season. Opponents took an early lead in six games, winning four of them. Those four losses contributed to Navy's 4-9 record last year. Sowell, who succeeded Richie Meade in the offseason, said he wasn't aware of the team's lethargic beginnings.
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