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January 25, 1997
Opponent: Rochester KnighthawksSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 8 Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Outlook: The winless Thunder will try to bounce back from last week's 16-11 loss to the first-place Philadelphia Wings. Rochester, which is coming off a 13-12 loss to the New York Saints, is paced by two of the MILL's top scorers, Paul Gait and Duane Jacobs. Gait is second in the league in scoring with 12 goals, and Jacobs leads the MILL in assists with 13. Baltimore, which lost to Rochester, 18-17, in overtime last season, will need another big night from Ryan Wade, who had a hat trick last week.
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January 25, 1997
Opponent: Rochester KnighthawksSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 8 Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Outlook: The winless Thunder will try to bounce back from last week's 16-11 loss to the first-place Philadelphia Wings. Rochester, which is coming off a 13-12 loss to the New York Saints, is paced by two of the MILL's top scorers, Paul Gait and Duane Jacobs. Gait is second in the league in scoring with 12 goals, and Jacobs leads the MILL in assists with 13. Baltimore, which lost to Rochester, 18-17, in overtime last season, will need another big night from Ryan Wade, who had a hat trick last week.
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By From Staff Reports | February 28, 1993
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Brendan Carey and Ryan Wade (Severn) each scored three goals to lead No. 3 North Carolina (1-0) over Mount St. Mary's (0-1), 15-4, in a NationsBank Classic game yesterday.Donnie McNichol, Ousmane Greene and Steve Speers each added two goals for the Tar Heels, who led 11-0 at halftime.Dave Gorelick and Matt Abraham each scored two goals for Mount St. Mary's.North Carolina out-shot the Mountaineers, 69-19.In the other game of the Classic, Duke beat Stony Brook, 18-4.The Classic moves to Durham, N.C., today, where North Carolina will play Stony Brook at 1 p.m. and Mount St. Mary's will face Duke at 3 p.m.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 4, 1997
John Tucker selected his words carefully when asked what impact, if any, he can make as the first-year coach of the Thunder."I hope this doesn't come off sounding arrogant," said Tucker, a three-time All-American at Johns Hopkins. "But I truly believe that I have the ability to get this team over the hump and win it. `D Whatever level I've been at, as both a player and coach, I've won and I'm ready to show what I can do at this level."This level" is the Major Indoor Lacrosse League and what Tucker is trying to win is a league championship, which has eluded the Thunder since the MILL's inaugural season in 1987.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | April 3, 1994
The problem continues.Fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins could have defeated No. 6 North Carolina yesterday, but the Blue Jays again had trouble scoring goals.Besides taking 20 more shots and controlling the ball for most of the game, the Blue Jays fell to the Tar Heels, 11-9, before 6,014 at Homewood Field.It is the first time since 1990 and the second time in 21 years that Hopkins (3-3) does not have a winning record six games into the season.The Blue Jays were scoreless for the final 18:12 and failed to score on nine fourth-quarter shots.
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By Special to The Sun | July 23, 1994
MANCHESTER, England -- Coach Tony Seaman called it "another day at the office," but the United States' 16-10 victory over Canada yesterday in round-robin play at the World Lacrosse Championships clearly established the Americans as the team to beat.The defending champion Americans (2-0) won with a dominating second quarter in which they outscored Canada 7-0 -- with each goal scored by a different player -- to take a 12-4 lead at the half.Only four players scored for Canada (1-1). Three goals from Paul Gait kept the score close in the first quarter, and two goals each from Paul and Gary Gait fueled a five-goal rally in the fourth.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Jason Wade was prepared to play without his big brother.It's some other voids in his life that have made for a difficult spring.Wade is a junior midfielder for North Carolina, where, in recent seasons, the premier player was his big brother. Ryan Wade's departure was a factor in the Tar Heels' slip this season, but coping with a so-so record was trivial compared with another loss.Near the start of preseason practice, Kevin Reichardt, who would have been a sophomore midfielder for the Tar Heels, was murdered in a random shooting in Chapel Hill.
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April 22, 1994
Johns Hopkins (5-3) at Navy (6-4)Site: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, AnnapolisTime: 8Outlook: Both teams are coming off dramatic wins -- Hopkins came back from a two-goal deficit in the fourth quarter to beat Maryland, 12-10, and Navy edged Towson State, 13-12. Last year against Hopkins, Navy led 6-3 at halftime, but the Blue Jays outscored the Mids 5-0 in the third quarter and went on to win, 11-8. Attackman Terry Riordan leads Hopkins with 33 points (27 goals, 6 assists), and Navy's top point-getter is A Rob Bailey (15, 16)
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 4, 1997
John Tucker selected his words carefully when asked what impact, if any, he can make as the first-year coach of the Thunder."I hope this doesn't come off sounding arrogant," said Tucker, a three-time All-American at Johns Hopkins. "But I truly believe that I have the ability to get this team over the hump and win it. `D Whatever level I've been at, as both a player and coach, I've won and I'm ready to show what I can do at this level."This level" is the Major Indoor Lacrosse League and what Tucker is trying to win is a league championship, which has eluded the Thunder since the MILL's inaugural season in 1987.
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By Special to The Sun | July 25, 1994
MANCHESTER, England -- It wasn't easy and it wasn't pretty, but it was a win yesterday for the U.S. men's lacrosse team, 14-12, over Australia in round-robin play at the World Lacrosse Championships."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Jason Wade was prepared to play without his big brother.It's some other voids in his life that have made for a difficult spring.Wade is a junior midfielder for North Carolina, where, in recent seasons, the premier player was his big brother. Ryan Wade's departure was a factor in the Tar Heels' slip this season, but coping with a so-so record was trivial compared with another loss.Near the start of preseason practice, Kevin Reichardt, who would have been a sophomore midfielder for the Tar Heels, was murdered in a random shooting in Chapel Hill.
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By Special to The Sun | July 25, 1994
MANCHESTER, England -- It wasn't easy and it wasn't pretty, but it was a win yesterday for the U.S. men's lacrosse team, 14-12, over Australia in round-robin play at the World Lacrosse Championships."
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By Special to The Sun | July 23, 1994
MANCHESTER, England -- Coach Tony Seaman called it "another day at the office," but the United States' 16-10 victory over Canada yesterday in round-robin play at the World Lacrosse Championships clearly established the Americans as the team to beat.The defending champion Americans (2-0) won with a dominating second quarter in which they outscored Canada 7-0 -- with each goal scored by a different player -- to take a 12-4 lead at the half.Only four players scored for Canada (1-1). Three goals from Paul Gait kept the score close in the first quarter, and two goals each from Paul and Gary Gait fueled a five-goal rally in the fourth.
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April 22, 1994
Johns Hopkins (5-3) at Navy (6-4)Site: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, AnnapolisTime: 8Outlook: Both teams are coming off dramatic wins -- Hopkins came back from a two-goal deficit in the fourth quarter to beat Maryland, 12-10, and Navy edged Towson State, 13-12. Last year against Hopkins, Navy led 6-3 at halftime, but the Blue Jays outscored the Mids 5-0 in the third quarter and went on to win, 11-8. Attackman Terry Riordan leads Hopkins with 33 points (27 goals, 6 assists), and Navy's top point-getter is A Rob Bailey (15, 16)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | April 3, 1994
The problem continues.Fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins could have defeated No. 6 North Carolina yesterday, but the Blue Jays again had trouble scoring goals.Besides taking 20 more shots and controlling the ball for most of the game, the Blue Jays fell to the Tar Heels, 11-9, before 6,014 at Homewood Field.It is the first time since 1990 and the second time in 21 years that Hopkins (3-3) does not have a winning record six games into the season.The Blue Jays were scoreless for the final 18:12 and failed to score on nine fourth-quarter shots.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | April 23, 1993
Some will argue that if John Webster had been healthy in 1992, North Carolina would be after its third straight NCAA title.Webster was an unheralded sophomore when the Tar Heels went unbeaten in 1991, and they said they were capable of a repeat performance last season. He was hindered by a stress fracture in his fifth vertebra, however, and wasn't a factor in the NCAA tournament. Brown limited him to an assist in the quarterfinals, and he didn't have a point in a semifinal loss to eventual champion Princeton.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | April 23, 1993
Some will argue that if John Webster had been healthy in 1992, North Carolina would be after its third straight NCAA title.Webster was an unheralded sophomore when the Tar Heels went unbeaten in 1991, and they said they were capable of a repeat performance last season. He was hindered by a stress fracture in his fifth vertebra, however, and wasn't a factor in the NCAA tournament. Brown limited him to an assist in the quarterfinals, and he didn't have a point in a semifinal loss to eventual champion Princeton.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | August 12, 1991
"Lots of people say summer lacrosse doesn't mean a whole lot, but believe me, it sure does."Judging from yesterday's down-to-the-wireaction at Anne Arundel Community College, victorious coach Keith Vogel spoke for everyone involved in the five championship contests.Vogel's men's open Gold team clawed its way back from an 8-5 third-quarter deficit to edge Grey, 12-10, in a matchup of two talent-laden squads of former college and high school standouts.Steve Morhol, formerly of South River and currently attending University of Maryland Baltimore County, notched the game-winner with a minute remaining in the fourth quarter, flipping in a short-range shot past goalkeeper Chip Robertson.
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By From Staff Reports | February 28, 1993
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Brendan Carey and Ryan Wade (Severn) each scored three goals to lead No. 3 North Carolina (1-0) over Mount St. Mary's (0-1), 15-4, in a NationsBank Classic game yesterday.Donnie McNichol, Ousmane Greene and Steve Speers each added two goals for the Tar Heels, who led 11-0 at halftime.Dave Gorelick and Matt Abraham each scored two goals for Mount St. Mary's.North Carolina out-shot the Mountaineers, 69-19.In the other game of the Classic, Duke beat Stony Brook, 18-4.The Classic moves to Durham, N.C., today, where North Carolina will play Stony Brook at 1 p.m. and Mount St. Mary's will face Duke at 3 p.m.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | August 12, 1991
"Lots of people say summer lacrosse doesn't mean a whole lot, but believe me, it sure does."Judging from yesterday's down-to-the-wireaction at Anne Arundel Community College, victorious coach Keith Vogel spoke for everyone involved in the five championship contests.Vogel's men's open Gold team clawed its way back from an 8-5 third-quarter deficit to edge Grey, 12-10, in a matchup of two talent-laden squads of former college and high school standouts.Steve Morhol, formerly of South River and currently attending University of Maryland Baltimore County, notched the game-winner with a minute remaining in the fourth quarter, flipping in a short-range shot past goalkeeper Chip Robertson.
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