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By Ken Murray and Baltimore Sun reporter | June 9, 2010
Chauncey Gilliam, the leading scorer for UMBC's basketball team this season, is transferring to Akron, Retrievers coach Randy Monroe said Wednesday. The 6-foot-5 Gilliam averaged 13.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 29.3 minutes a game this year. He is from Columbia, but played at Brewster (N.H.) Academy. "He decided to leave because he wanted to play at a higher level," Monroe said. Gilliam will sit out the 2010-11 season before becoming eligible to play at Akron.
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Sports Digest | June 27, 2014
Et cetera Pannell's late goal lifts Team USA to 10-9 win in MLL All-Star Game The New York Lizards' Rob Pannell scored with seven seconds remaining to lift Team USA to a 10-9 victory over Team MLL on Thursday night before an announced 10,327 at Harvard Stadium in Cambridge, Mass. Pannell, who also had two assists, was named the game's Most Valuable Player. Team MLL's Joe Walters (Maryland) of the Chesapeake Bayhawks led all scorers with three goals. Marcus Holman (Gilman)
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By Rich Scherr and Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2012
No. 17 Navy will get an unexpected boost when it hosts to No. 8 Lehigh tonight. David DiMaria, the Mountain Hawks' leading scorer with 16 goals and 17 assists, has been suspended for at least one game for violating a team rule. Coach Kevin Cassese said in a statement that the suspension was a "coaching staff decision associated with expectations that are a central part of our program for all team members. "
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2014
Mike Chanenchuk is not invincible, and he's smart enough to realize that. Maryland's leading scorer was limited by an injured ankle in the Terps' 12-6 victory over Navy on Saturday, but surely, he would be willing and able for Saturday's NCAA tournament first-round game against Cornell at 5 p.m. at Byrd Stadium in College Park, right? Not necessarily, Chanenchuk said. “I can't say that, just because it's kind of day-to-day right now,” the attackman said Tuesday afternoon.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | October 4, 1994
Jamie McNealey didn't get a chance to see much of Steve Picarde during preseason scrimmages because nagging injuries kept the senior forward on the sidelines.The less he saw, the better."That was good," said McNealey, St. Mary's first-year boys soccer coach, "because we got a nice surprise."A shock is more like it.Picarde ranks among the metro area's leading scorers with seven goals and three assists, and the Saints (5-0-1) have nearly tripled their win total of last season, when they went 2-13-1.
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By SPORTSTICKER | January 13, 1996
Merl Code, the leading scorer for No. 16 Clemson, one of four unbeaten teams in Division I-A, has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and may miss the rest of the season.Code suffered the injury in an 89-79 victory over Virginia on Wednesday night.Code, who was fitted with a brace, has been ruled out for at least the North Carolina game tomorrow and the Florida State game Wednesday. Clemson is 11-0 and 2-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.Code, a 6-foot-2 junior guard, is averaging 12.5 points and has just 14 turnovers in 11 games.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2005
Maryland senior point guard Anesia Smith is at her best when she's swiping an errant pass from an opponent, feeding a teammate on a fast break or hitting an open 15-foot jumper. But Smith might have made the move of the No. 21 Terps' young season when she set a pick - on her own coach, Brenda Frese. As soon as Frese heard the news that freshman forward Laura Harper would miss the rest of the season after her left Achilles' tendon ruptured during practice on Dec. 27, Frese gathered the players together that night.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | January 21, 1993
Joe Koziol was a free agent, no longer wanted by the Cleveland Crunch, when he returned to Baltimore in 1991.A native of Passaic, N.J., Koziol had spent his college years here, at Loyola. He was the third player taken in the 1989 Major Soccer League draft, but after two seasons Cleveland didn't re-sign him."I thought I was done," Koziol said of his pro indoor soccer career. "I figured I'd come to Baltimore and settle down, work up a resume and find a real job."He was spared that fate when Kenny Cooper, then the Blast coach, signed him. After a productive year that included six two-goal games in the MSL's final season, Koziol is midway through another, this one with the Spirit of the National Professional Soccer League.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2000
Craig "Speedy" Claxton and a streaking Hofstra basketball team were in town last night. But a suddenly slumping Towson squad didn't seem much interested in challenging Claxton and his teammates to a duel at the Towson Center. The result was a lopsided 84-70 victory for the Flying Dutchmen in an America East mismatch that was virtually over at halftime, thanks to a masterful first-half performance by Claxton, who ledthe visitors to a 53-31 lead. Towson has lost five of its past six games and Hofstra has won five of its past six. Claxton, a 5-foot-11 senior with NBA aspirations, played 15 minutes in the first half, scored 22 points and had seven rebounds, four assists and three steals.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | December 19, 1992
This weekend will be a homecoming for University of Notre Dame junior Sherri Orlosky.Orlosky, who played four years of basketball and volleyball for Atholton High School, will return to the area today as Notre Dame's basketball team plays at Loyola at 3 p.m.Last year when the Fighting Irish played host to the Greyhounds, Orlosky had the best performance of her career, scoring 27 points (12-for-19 from the field, including 3-for-4 from three-point range).And...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2014
Home is where the Maryland men's lacrosse team wants to be for the first round of the NCAA tournament, and the No. 7 Terps might have ensured that scenario with a 12-6 victory over visiting Navy on Saturday. With the win, Maryland improved to 11-3 and appeared to lock up one of the eight seeds - and a guaranteed home game - in the first round of the tournament. It would be the third time in the last five seasons that the Terps have hosted an NCAA tournament contest at Byrd Stadium, where they are 7-0 this season.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2014
Joel J. "Buddy" Finkelstein, a businessman who also had been the official scorer at the Civic Center for the Baltimore Bullets, died April 24 of complications from Parkinson's disease at Boca Raton Regional Hospital in Florida. The former Pikesville resident was 81. Joel Jacob Finkelstein, who was known as "Buddy," was born in Baltimore and raised on Park Heights Avenue. After graduating from City College in 1950, Mr. Finkelstein entered the University of Maryland, College Park.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2014
Frostburg State will play without its leading scorer for at least the next two games. Senior attackman Ryan Serio (Chesapeake-AA), who leads the Bobcats (9-3, 2-2 Capital Athletic Conference) in goals (36) and points (44), is battling a few undisclosed injuries and will not return until at least April 12, when No. 14 Mary Washington visits. “Right now, he's a little sore,” coach Tommy Pearce said Friday. “We're going to make sure he gets his mobility back. His sophomore year, he got a little injured and came back too early and wound up missing the rest of that year.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - It's a recurring scene this season: Relentless Maryland forward Alyssa Thomas is stretched out on the floor after tumbling for a loose ball or colliding with a defender. Her teammates reach to gingerly pull her up. But the real helping hand - and a critical one for Maryland's NCAA tournament fortunes - comes when her fellow Terps shoot well enough to prevent defenses from swarming the three-time Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year with impunity. Thomas is the undisputed leader of the fourth-seeded Terps (24-6)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2014
Loyola Maryland's Matt Sawyer knows the questions are coming, and he good-naturedly answers every query about playing at the same school where older brother Mike was an integral part of the 2012 national championship squad. But when asked if he is eager to carve out his own identity, Sawyer offers a truthful response like those of us who perform or have performed in the shadows of siblings and relatives. “I would like that,” he said Wednesday. “… I love Mike. Obviously, I'd like to be known as myself, not just as his little brother.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
One reason for optimism in the preseason for McDaniel was the return of four of the team's top six scorers. For now, however, the leader of that pack is shelved for an extended period of time. Sophomore midfielder Jason Lawrence, a Fallston graduate who led the offense in both assists (20) and points (38) in 2013, suffered a broken rib the day before the team's eventual 13-7 loss to No. 18 York on March 1 and has sat out the past three games. Coach Matt Hatton said last week that Lawrence could return for Saturday's home contest against Ferrum (1-6)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2003
Sean Rozanski of Glenelg Country School, the area's leading scorer with a 32.2-point average, will miss the rest of the season after a three-hour operation Tuesday at Union Memorial Hospital to repair a broken thumb on his shooting hand. Rozanski, a senior, broke the right thumb in two places during a warm-up drill before Thursday's game at Beth Tfiloh. He played three quarters of that game and scored 28 points before the pain and swelling forced him to leave. Glenelg Country, in a four-way race for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference regular-season title, lost, 60-55.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2000
Taylor Twellman, Maryland's leading men's soccer scorer last fall and a third-team All-American, has opted to play professionally in Germany, forgoing his final two seasons of eligibility at College Park. The university announced yesterday that Twellman, 20, has signed with 1860 Munich, one of two pro teams from that city in the Bundesliga, Germany's top professional league. 1860 Munich is the older of the two and has a strong local following; Bayern Munich is more widely known, though, and more successful internationally.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2014
Since opening the season with a 14-13 overtime loss to No. 2 Virginia on Feb. 6, No. 5 Loyola has reeled off four straight victories and is considered one of the hottest teams in Division I. And the Greyhounds have more than one player to thank. The team has had a different “hero” emerge in three of the four victories. Junior attackman Nikko Pontrello powered Loyola's wins against No. 8 Penn State and No. 18 Towson. Senior attackman Brian Schultz recorded career highs in goals and assists in a rout of Holy Cross, and senior midfielder Kevin Ryan set a career best in goals in a convincing victory over No. 17 Lehigh.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
With 29 goals in 14 career starts - including a pair of behind-the-back tallies and one over-the-shoulder flip - Maryland's Jay Carlson has developed a reputation as a goal scorer. But the junior attackman has developed an aspect of his game that few have noticed this season. Carlson ranks second in ground balls among the No. 1 Terps (4-0) who are not junior faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa. His 14 ground balls are second only to senior long-stick midfielder Michael Ehrhardt's 15, and as coach John Tillman pointed out, Ehrhardt plays the wing on faceoffs.
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