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September 2, 2004
On Monday, August 30, 2004, MARY SCHWARTZMAN (nee Lieman), loving wife of the late Morton Schwartzman, beloved mother of Karen A. Schwartzman and Helene Schwartzman both of Baltimore, MD., devoted sister of Lorraine Selsky of Fla. and the late Sue Berlin and Robert Lieman Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Thursday, September 2 at 10 A.M. Interment Mikro Kodesh-Beth Israel, 6700 Bowleys Lane. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be directed to the charity of your choice30, 2004, at Gilchrist Center, ELIZABETH A. (nee Whitson)
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Sports Digest | June 25, 2014
Lacrosse Rabil, Schwartzman receive MLL weekly honors Boston Cannons midfielder Paul Rabil (Johns Hopkins) and Denver Outlaws goalkeeper Jesse Schwartzman (Johns Hopkins, Pikesville) were named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. Rabil had three goals, including a 2-point shot, and five assists in Boston's 17-16 win over the Ohio Machine in overtime Saturday. Schwartzman stopped 28 of the 34 shots he faced, an .820 save percentage, in Denver's 9-6 win over the Chesapeake Bayhawks that night.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Sun Staff Writer | December 20, 1994
Maury Schwartzman, a tennis pro whose lessons about the game and about life reached a long list of champions during his 60 years of teaching on the courts, died of congestive heart failure Sunday at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson. He was 81."Maury was probably the most underrated pro in the country. I think he was one of the best," said Steven Krulevitz, a former All-American, Davis Cup competitor and Schwartzman protege now coaching at the Greenspring Racquet Club.Of Baltimore's four top professional tour players -- Mr. Krulevitz, Elise Burgin, Andrea Leand and Pam Shriver -- Mr. Schwartzman had an early hand in the training of all but the last.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 16, 2013
After a record-setting 2013 season, Denver Outlaws goalie Jesse Schwartzman (Pikesville, Johns Hopkins) has been named Major League Lacrosse Goalie of the Year for the second time in his career, the league announced Friday. Schwartzman received 12 out of a possible 16 first-place votes from the league's coaches and general managers, beating out the Chesapeake Bayhawks' Kip Turner (Severn), who finished second with seven second-place votes and six third-place votes. The Hamilton Nationals' Brett Queener finished third in the voting, earning two votes apiece for first and third place, as well as three second-place votes.
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September 2, 2004
Mary Schwartzman, who co-owned and operated a Preston Street dress shop for many years, died of a stroke Monday at Jewish Convalescent and Nursing Home in Pikesville. The Pikesville resident was 89. Born in Chicago, Mary Lieman was a 1931 graduate of Forest Park High School, where she played tennis and danced. After her 1936 marriage to Morton Schwartzman, she and her husband founded the Mary Lee Dress Shop. Mrs. Schwartzman was the buyer and did the bookkeeping. They first opened a store on Harford Avenue and later had shops on Liberty Heights Avenue and on Charles Street.
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By BILL TANTON | December 20, 1994
The gloom was everywhere at the Bare Hills Tennis Club off Falls Road yesterday.In the wake of the death of tennis pro Maury Schwartzman, 81, from congestive heart failure on Sunday, there was a void that may never be filled.Schwartzman was the dean of the local teaching pros. For 60 years he taught those beautiful, flowing strokes to Baltimore kids, and later to their kids, and, in some cases, to the grandkids of his original students.On a Sunday 53 years ago this month, Schwartzman and fellow Baltimorean Malcolm Fox were giving a clinic for the midshipmen at the Naval Academy when an officer broke in and terminated the proceedings.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | September 26, 2006
Alfred Howard Schwartzman, who was raised in his high school years by two neighborhood pharmacists and with their encouragement became one himself, died of esophageal cancer Sunday at his Pikesville home. He was 73. Born in Guilford County, N.C., and raised in Baltimore's Reservoir Hill, he attended night school at City College and worked days stocking shelves at the old Brookfield Pharmacy after his mother died and his father lived out-of-state. Its owners, Godfrey Kroopnick and Irving Freed, gave him the job, helped raise him and encouraged him to go into their profession.
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By Bill Glauber | April 27, 1991
Maury Schwartzman never met a backhand he couldn't fix.His career teaching tennis in Baltimore spans more than 50 years. He never wanted to be a big-shot coach, one of those forever-tanned California guys who hobnobbed with the Hollywood stars, and then made the scene at Newport and Forest Hills.The public courts at Druid Hill Park were his domain. Twelve months a year. Sun, wind and rain wouldn't stop him. Not even snow. He'd take a shovel, clear two courts and give his lessons.He always wanted to be around the kids just learning the game, guiding players who are grabbing on to a dream that might take them to college, or the international circuit.
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By Mike Preston | May 30, 2005
PHILADELPHIA - On most game days, Johns Hopkins goalie Jesse Schwartzman only has to be good. Today, he may have to be great. Schwartzman, a sophomore out of Pikesville High, faces a Duke team in the NCAA Division I men's championship game that has rolled past opposing defenses and goalies in the regular season and has turned it up a notch in the postseason. The Blue Devils have averaged 17 goals in their three tournament games. Somebody has to stop the Blue Devils or at least slow them down.
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By John Steadman | April 26, 1991
About the only thing Maurice Schwartzman doesn't know about tennis is how many players he taught in 55 momentous years of making a contribution to a sport that has been enhanced by his mere presence. And it dates all the way back to Roosevelt's first term; that's Franklin, not Theodore.Schwartzman is being toasted tonight by grateful admirers with a banquet at the Harbor Court Hotel. He's a man of style, knowledge and sincerity, a goodwill ambassador for the game in every conceivable aspect.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2013
Chase Winter , who recently finished his playing career as a Johns Hopkins midfielder, had four goals and an assist and was named Most Valuable Player of the Men's Open 1 championship game at the Lake Placid Summit Classic in North Elba, N.Y. on Sunday. Winter led Power-Tek, a team that featured 2012 Tewaaraton Award winner Peter Baum and several other players with Colgate ties, to a 13-10 win over the Big Red Steelheads for their second straight Open 1 title. It was Winter's first time playing in the event, which has been held annually since 1990.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2013
No matter how the Denver Outlaws fare in the playoffs later this month, there's no arguing that they just wrapped up a regular season unmatched in Major League Lacrosse history. With an 18-12 win over the host Hamilton Nationals on Saturday, the Outlaws (14-0) capped the first undefeated season in the league's 13 years. The day also was historic for goalie Jesse Schwartzman (Pikesville, Johns Hopkins), who broke a league goals-against average record that he'd set in 2009, lowering the mark from 9.87 to 9.67.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | July 5, 2013
Jesse Schwartzman (Pikesville, Johns Hopkins) made 12 saves and picked up an assist, and the host Denver Outlaws broke the then-Baltimore Bayhawks' Major League Lacrosse record for the best start to a season with a 16-7 win over the New York Lizards on Thursday at Sports Authority Field in Denver. The Outlaws improved to 10-0, surpassing the 2005 Bayhawks' 9-0 run on their way to the league title.The game set another MLL record: The announced crowd of 31,019 was the biggest ever at a professional outdoor lacrosse game.
NEWS
July 28, 2009
Alan Paul Schwartzman, 77, of Middletown, passed away on Friday, July 24, 2009. Mr. Schwartzman is survived by three sons Josh Schwartzman of Baltimore, MD, Adam Schwartzman of Deep River, CT and Jesse Schwartzman of New York, NY, a daughter Jill Schwartzman of New York, NY and one grandchild, Hannah. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, July 29th at 1:30 P.M. in Fountain Hill Cemetery, Deep River, CT. Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at www.doolittlefuneralservice.
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April 26, 2009
On April 23, 2009, BETTY LEE (nee Schwartzman), wife of Louis Landay, loving mother of Bruce, Ralph and Larry Landay of Florida, devoted sister of Sylvia (Schwartzman) Kellman and Ron Schwartzman, of Baltimore, and Elayne Sommer, sister-in-law of Nat Kellman and Susan Schwartzman. Adored grandmother of Nicole Landay and Jordan Landay, loving great-grandmother of Keaton Mattox. Interment private.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun reporter | May 29, 2007
With a national title on the line and time running out on a Duke team that was the undisputed darling of a huge crowd at M&T Bank Stadium, Johns Hopkins senior goalie Jesse Schwartzman admitted he didn't get a good look at the shot. But Schwartzman was there again yesterday when the Blue Jays needed him most. And after his kick save stopped a 7-yard shot from the right side of the crease by Duke midfielder Brad Ross with seven seconds left, and a desperation 17-yarder by attackman Max Quinzani went wide right as time expired, Hopkins had topped off its grinding journey with another crown.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2004
While growing up as brothers, Andrew and Jesse Schwartzman relished head-to-head competition. They were never far from the next argument, the next wrestling or shoving match, the next trip to the back yard, where the boys would grab their lacrosse sticks and re-enact the ritual. The older Andrew would fire shot after shot at Jesse, who was charged with defending the goal. This week, they are treading on new ground. For the first time, the brothers, who teamed up three years ago to lead Pikesville High to a state championship, will be operating on opposing sidelines.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Reporter | April 29, 2007
A whole lot of chatter accompanied Johns Hopkins' 9-7 win over host Towson yesterday. Tigers coach Tony Seaman provided fighting words for his next opponent and claimed that the Blue Jays' Stephen Peyser dominated the faceoff X because he was jumping the whistle. Peyser challenged goalkeeper Jesse Schwartzman to perform like the guy who was the Most Outstanding Player in the 2005 NCAA tournament. On Friday, Schwartzman heeded coach Dave Pietramala and returned to the happy space of that championship season.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun reporter | March 3, 2007
Jesse Schwartzman never cared much for being subtle. On the lacrosse field, where he has guarded the goal for Johns Hopkins since 2005, he lives for the big games, craves the dazzling saves and often is among the more boisterous guys out there. Jawing with opposing attackmen and fans comes naturally to him. Off the field, Schwartzman loves being the life of the party. In the kitchen, where the political science major indulges another passion, Schwartzman has built a reputation as quite the chef.
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