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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2010
The magnitude of Tuesday night's home game against the seventh-ranked Maryland men's soccer team was not lost on Loyola, presenting another opportunity to boost the Greyhounds' status among the nation's elite programs. But the Terrapins, who have won two national championships in the past five years, are used to having that bull's-eye on their backs. Maryland took control with an early own goal and later pulled away on convincing headers by Patrick Mullins and Matt Oduaran for a 3-0 victory before an announced 2,090 at Loyola's posh Ridley Athletic Complex in Woodberry.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 16, 1996
Before this season, most of St. Mary's players didn't know much about Garrison Forest's legendary program. They had heard the lore, of course: two straight Association of Independent Schools A Division titles; two years, no losses.But from the moment they saw the Grizzlies on their schedule, the Saints had one objective in mind. Said senior Rebecca Kuehn: "We just really wanted to go out and beat them."Yesterday, Kuehn helped make that wish come true, scoring the game's only goal as No. 13 St. Mary's -- in its first year of AIS competition -- defeated host No. 6 Garrison Forest, 1-0, ending the Grizzlies' area-best unbeaten streak at 33 games.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 5, 1995
In many ways, yesterday's Class 3A North regional semifinal game between Bel Air and Franklin was a matchup of similar teams.Both teams have only one proven scorer -- Todd Tabor for Bel Air and Gene Balbir for Franklin -- and thus have relied all season, on their defenses to keep them in games. Each also has been a part of several one-goal games. More important however, if either team hoped to continue on in the playoffs, someone else would have to step up and score.Mike Steinen, Chris Chumley and Billy Nelson, all juniors, made sure the host Bobcats (9-4-1)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2014
Senior attackman Thomas DeNapoli led all scorers with five points on four goals and one assists in No. 18 Towson's 11-8 season-opening victory over High Point. He also got some help from an unlikely source. Freshman Joe Seider recorded three goals and one assist in his collegiate debut for the Tigers. The Hereford graduate scored three of the team's seven goals in the second half, but coach Shawn Nadelen did not seem surprised by the rookie's outburst on his 19th birthday. “We knew Joe would be in position to score goals and make plays, and I'm glad that he capitalized on it,” Nadelen said Tuesday.
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By Todd Karpovich and Glenn Graham | June 29, 2012
The Baltimore Bays Chelsea under-17/18 boys soccer club went 3-0 this week in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs in Frisco, Texas, clinching Group 8 with a 2-1 win over New Jersey-based Players Development Academy on Thursday to advance to USSDA's Finals Week. The winner of each of the eight groups advance to the Finals Week from July 16-23 in Houston. The U-17/18 championships will be held July 22 at the newly built BBVA Compass Stadium, the home of Major League Soccer's Houston Dynamo.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 17, 2003
An early statement was made last night at Old Mill, and it took visiting Glen Burnie only a few minutes worth of offense and a nerve-racking last stand on defense to make it. Striker Sean Ajifowobaje provided the tying goal in the 69th minute, defender Aaron Wright supplied a lead in the 73rd minute and goalkeeper Andrew Evans helped ensure the Gophers' soccer team would leave Millersville with a surprising 2-1 win over the defending county champion Old...
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 8, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- In the first quarter of the Maryland-Towson game yesterday, the Terps had 14 possessions and scored eight times. That's offense.Over that same 15-minute stretch, the Tigers had control of the ball eight times, but Maryland limited them to one goal. That's defense.There isn't much more to the game except for goaltending, and the No. 3 Terps had that, too, with Kevin Healy chalking up a better than 2-to-1 saves to goals allowed ratio, as Maryland romped, 17-6.No. 15 Towson (1-1)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1996
Liberty knew the Carroll County championship wouldn't come easy with rival South Carroll in its way last night in Eldersburg, so the No. 8-ranked Lions went about their usual business, coming up with a hard-working effort to churn out a 2-1 win.The Lions closed out their regular season with a 9-1-2 mark and finished unbeaten in the county at 4-0-1 to provide coach Ed DeVincent with a championship in his first year of coaching varsity."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | October 21, 1997
McDonogh simply had too much of too many things, as the team ranked regionally No. 2 and nationally No. 21 put away Liberty, rated No. 13 in the metro area, 4-0, in Eldersburg last night.Four players scored for the Eagles (14-2), two in each half, with two of the goals coming on free kicks.The back-breaker as far as Liberty coach Ed DeVincent was concerned came from senior Brian Levin, in his second year at McDonogh after spending his first two high school seasons playing on the Liberty JV.Liberty (8-4)
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