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By Compiled from a survey of local coaches and Sun staff writers Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston | February 24, 1995
Top scorers1. Terry Riordan, attackman, Johns Hopkins: Best pure finisher. Is 20 goals away from Hopkins record.2. Michael Watson, attackman, Virginia: Blossomed in NCAA tournament.3. Roy Colsey, midfielder, Syracuse: Nearly doubled his scoring output from 1993.Top passers1. Tim Whiteley, attackman, Virginia: Outsmarts most defenses.2. Dave Marr, attackman, Johns Hopkins: Fuels Riordan-Piccola tandem.3. Rob Kavovit, attackman, Syracuse: Extremely poised and onlya sophomore.Top defenders1.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland and Syracuse traveled the same road in the semifinals of the NCAA lacrosse tournament.Tickets: Approximately 15,000 remain. Call (800) 462-8377.#DIVISION I FINALNo. 3 SYRACUSE (12-2) vs. No. 4 MARYLAND (12-3)Site: Byrd Stadium, College ParkTime: 11 a.m. todayTV: ESPNEOutlook: In order to claim its first title in 20 years, Maryland must beat the team that has been most dominant over the previous 12 tournaments. The Orangemen have the best midfielder in the game in Roy Colsey (35 goals, 16 assists)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland and Syracuse traveled the same road in the semifinals of the NCAA lacrosse tournament.Tickets: Approximately 15,000 remain. Call (800) 462-8377.#DIVISION I FINALNo. 3 SYRACUSE (12-2) vs. No. 4 MARYLAND (12-3)Site: Byrd Stadium, College ParkTime: 11 a.m. todayTV: ESPNEOutlook: In order to claim its first title in 20 years, Maryland must beat the team that has been most dominant over the previous 12 tournaments. The Orangemen have the best midfielder in the game in Roy Colsey (35 goals, 16 assists)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 26, 1995
The moment defined the player and his purpose.It was March 18, and Syracuse had just lost to Johns Hopkins, 14-13, as Blue Jays attack Terry Riordan scored the winning goal 46 seconds into sudden-death overtime.And now it was Roy Colsey's turn to step to the podium."If there is anyone to blame for this loss, it's me," said the two-time Syracuse All-America senior midfielder, who failed to score a goal. "I didn't play well, I didn't shoot well. I didn't score when we needed it. But I'll get better, and so will this team.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | March 20, 1993
No. 6 Loyola will try to slow third-ranked Syracuse's transition game when the two teams meet today in lacrosse at Curley Field.The Orangemen's trademark run-and-gun style has made Syracuse (1-1) the most dominant team in the sport during the late 1980s and early 1990s.Syracuse was at its running best last week in a 27-7 win against Michigan State."We're going to have to win faceoffs, control the ball and not let the game turn into a track meet," said Loyola coach Dave Cottle. "Their size and athleticism really concern me."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 20, 1994
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Loyola College's road through No. 1 always gets blocked by Syracuse.Syracuse turned in one of its most complete efforts of the season last night as the No. 3 Orangemen defeated No. 1 Loyola, 16-10, in the Carrier Dome.Loyola has been ranked No. 1 only twice in the 55 years the school has played lacrosse, and each time the Greyhounds have been knocked from the top by the Orangemen.The last time Loyola was No. 1 came during the 1992 season. The honor lasted only a few hours as Syracuse beat Loyola, 13-5, in the final of the Fleet Tournament.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | May 26, 1995
The moment defined the player and his purpose.It was March 18, and Syracuse had just lost to Johns Hopkins, 14-13, as Blue Jays attack Terry Riordan scored the winning goal 46 seconds into sudden-death overtime.And now it was Roy Colsey's turn to step to the podium."If there is anyone to blame for this loss, it's me," said the two-time Syracuse All-America senior midfielder, who failed to score a goal. "I didn't play well, I didn't shoot well. I didn't score when we needed it. But I'll get better, and so will this team.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | March 19, 1994
Scary, isn't it?No. 1 Syracuse (2-0) has had only three days of practice outdoors, but the Orangemen are off to an uncharacteristically fast start. They've beaten rival North Carolina, 17-10, and Yale, 12-7.Next up is No. 4 Johns Hopkins (2-1) today at 2 p.m. on the artificial surface of Homewood Field."This is all kind of new to me," said Roy Simmons Jr., 58, who has a 231-82 overall record in 23 seasons as coach at Syracuse, XTC including five NCAA Division I championships."We usually don't have our legs under us or a lot of stamina at this point of the season," said Simmons, whose team was 1-2 at this time last season.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | May 31, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- There is more to this game than a championship.It's about tradition: Syracuse has won four national championships since 1981, as has North Carolina. It's about style: Both use the run-and-gun offense. It's about control: Which team has the best midfield? It's about revenge: North Carolina beat Syracuse, 14-10, on March 6.It's about time.No. 1 North Carolina (14-1) and No. 3 Syracuse (11-2) will play in the NCAA Division I lacrosse championship today at noon at Byrd Stadium.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | March 26, 1994
Every game seems to be a statement game for Towson State, but this is the one that will speak volumes for the Tigers in any postseason playoff debate.No. 6 Towson State (3-0) will play host to No. 4 Syracuse (2-1) today at 1 p.m. at Minnegan Stadium."I've been telling our guys all along that to be somebody, you've got to beat somebody," said Carl Runk, Towson State's coach.Syracuse is somebody. The Orangemen have Roy Simmons Jr., one of the game's best coaches. The Orangemen have an all-time record of 605-251-15.
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By Compiled from a survey of local coaches and Sun staff writers Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston | February 24, 1995
Top scorers1. Terry Riordan, attackman, Johns Hopkins: Best pure finisher. Is 20 goals away from Hopkins record.2. Michael Watson, attackman, Virginia: Blossomed in NCAA tournament.3. Roy Colsey, midfielder, Syracuse: Nearly doubled his scoring output from 1993.Top passers1. Tim Whiteley, attackman, Virginia: Outsmarts most defenses.2. Dave Marr, attackman, Johns Hopkins: Fuels Riordan-Piccola tandem.3. Rob Kavovit, attackman, Syracuse: Extremely poised and onlya sophomore.Top defenders1.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 20, 1994
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Loyola College's road through No. 1 always gets blocked by Syracuse.Syracuse turned in one of its most complete efforts of the season last night as the No. 3 Orangemen defeated No. 1 Loyola, 16-10, in the Carrier Dome.Loyola has been ranked No. 1 only twice in the 55 years the school has played lacrosse, and each time the Greyhounds have been knocked from the top by the Orangemen.The last time Loyola was No. 1 came during the 1992 season. The honor lasted only a few hours as Syracuse beat Loyola, 13-5, in the final of the Fleet Tournament.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | March 26, 1994
Every game seems to be a statement game for Towson State, but this is the one that will speak volumes for the Tigers in any postseason playoff debate.No. 6 Towson State (3-0) will play host to No. 4 Syracuse (2-1) today at 1 p.m. at Minnegan Stadium."I've been telling our guys all along that to be somebody, you've got to beat somebody," said Carl Runk, Towson State's coach.Syracuse is somebody. The Orangemen have Roy Simmons Jr., one of the game's best coaches. The Orangemen have an all-time record of 605-251-15.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | March 19, 1994
Scary, isn't it?No. 1 Syracuse (2-0) has had only three days of practice outdoors, but the Orangemen are off to an uncharacteristically fast start. They've beaten rival North Carolina, 17-10, and Yale, 12-7.Next up is No. 4 Johns Hopkins (2-1) today at 2 p.m. on the artificial surface of Homewood Field."This is all kind of new to me," said Roy Simmons Jr., 58, who has a 231-82 overall record in 23 seasons as coach at Syracuse, XTC including five NCAA Division I championships."We usually don't have our legs under us or a lot of stamina at this point of the season," said Simmons, whose team was 1-2 at this time last season.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | May 31, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- There is more to this game than a championship.It's about tradition: Syracuse has won four national championships since 1981, as has North Carolina. It's about style: Both use the run-and-gun offense. It's about control: Which team has the best midfield? It's about revenge: North Carolina beat Syracuse, 14-10, on March 6.It's about time.No. 1 North Carolina (14-1) and No. 3 Syracuse (11-2) will play in the NCAA Division I lacrosse championship today at noon at Byrd Stadium.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | March 20, 1993
No. 6 Loyola will try to slow third-ranked Syracuse's transition game when the two teams meet today in lacrosse at Curley Field.The Orangemen's trademark run-and-gun style has made Syracuse (1-1) the most dominant team in the sport during the late 1980s and early 1990s.Syracuse was at its running best last week in a 27-7 win against Michigan State."We're going to have to win faceoffs, control the ball and not let the game turn into a track meet," said Loyola coach Dave Cottle. "Their size and athleticism really concern me."
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By From Staff Reports PHILADELPHIA | April 24, 1994
PHILADELPHIA -- Senior attackman Casey Donegan scored five goals and junior midfielder Roy Colsey added four yesterday as No. 3 Syracuse topped Penn, 18-15, at Franklin Field.2 The Fighting Irish outshot the Buckeyes 50-38.Mount St. Mary's 13, VMI 7EMMITSBURGEMMITSBURG -- Matt Abraham scored a season-high four goals to lead Mount St. Mary's (3-8) over Virginia Military (6-6) at Echo Field.A. Arundel 15, Farmingdale 11Steven Phipps (Oakland Mills) scored six goals, leading host and No. 5 Anne Arundel Community College (11-2)
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By From Staff Reports | May 21, 1995
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Freshman attack Casey Powell scored four goals to power No. 3 Syracuse past defending national champion Princeton, 15-11, in the NCAA Division I men's lacrosse quarterfinals yesterday.Syracuse (11-2) will make its 13th consecutive Final Four appearance when it faces No. 2 Virginia (12-2) in College Park on Saturday.No. 6 Princeton (11-4) took a 1-0 lead 1:05 into the first before Syracuse scored six unanswered goals. Princeton would knot the score at seven early in the third quarter before Syracuse scored twice and pulled away for good.
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