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By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
The streets around City Dock in Annapolis flooded again Friday, closing the Spa Creek Bridge connecting the Eastport neighborhood with downtown for several hours. It was yet another reminder to Lisa Craig that she's in a race against time to protect one of Maryland's oldest communities from the rising waters of the Chesapeake Bay. "We've probably doubled the number of nuisance flooding events in the past several years," said Craig, director of historic preservation for the city of Annapolis.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
When Jim Berkman says there is no Sam Bradman on Salisbury's roster, he was referring to the team's apparent lack of stars. Tufts coach Mike Daly certainly feels otherwise. Berkman said Tuesday morning that there is no Bradman or Kylor Berkman or Jason Coffman on the team, referring to the absence of a standout player on this year's squad. And that's fine with the veteran coach. “It's been a really enjoyable season,” Berkman said Tuesday morning during a conference call.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 18, 2014
Salisbury owns a 27-20 lead in this series with Washington College and has taken 13 of the last 14 meetings. The Sea Gulls are 12-0 at home this spring and seeking their second perfect campaign at home in the last three years, while the Shoremen are 7-1 on the road. Washington College (18-1) has strung together 13 consecutive wins since falling to Salisbury, 12-7, on March 19 and has tied a single-season record for victories. By stunning 2013 national champion Stevenson, 12-11, on Wednesday night, the team secured its first Final Four berth since 2004.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 18, 2014
SALISBURY - Trailing, 3-1, after one quarter and in sore need of an energy boost, the Salisbury men's lacrosse team got some help from an unlikely source: its opponent. Taking advantage of an illegal stick penalty on Washington College junior Michael Trapp, the Sea Gulls scored one goal during the subsequent 3-minute extra-man opportunity and added another shortly after the penalty ended. More importantly, Salisbury woke itself from an early slumber and rediscovered its game for a 13-8 win over the visiting Shoremen in a Division III NCAA tournament semifinal before an announced 2,375 at Sea Gull Stadium on Sunday night.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2014
When Salisbury and Washington College clash on Sunday night at Sea Gull Stadium in Salisbury for the right to play for the national title in Baltimore on May 26, each team will draw inspiration from a midfielder who has returned to his teammates. Senior midfielder Greg Korvin (Arundel) sat out four games after separating both shoulders. After undergoing operations on both shoulders, he returned for the Sea Gulls' 15-11 win against Cabrini on April 11. In seven games, Korvin registered two goals and five assists before turning in a three-goal, one-assist performance in the team's 15-5 rout of Denison in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal on Wednesday night.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
This may not qualify as good news for Washington College, the Rochester Institute of Technology or Tufts - three of the four teams left in the NCAA Division III tournament - but Salisbury's suffocating defense has gotten stronger courtesy of the return of short-stick defensive midfielder Tim Stone. The senior sat out the first 17 games of the season while battling a hip injury and returned for the first time to play in the team's 12-6 victory over Frostburg State in a Capital Athletic Conference tournament semifinal on April 26. Adding Stone to pair with freshman Brendan Bromwell and back up sophomores Preston Dabbs and Davis Anderson gives the Sea Gulls (20-1)
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
By midmorning Tuesday, Naval Academy Midshipman Kevin Saxton had been awake for eight hours, tackled an obstacle course, survived an endurance run and beat his classmates with pugil sticks. Sweat dripping down his face as he scarfed down trail mix, Saxton said his day at the annual academy Sea Trials was already a success - a sweaty, sandy, muddy good time with his band of classmates in Annapolis. "It's a lot of fun. Pretty physically challenging," said Saxton, a systems engineering major from Grand Rapids, Mich., who aspires to be a Marine Corps pilot.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
Hello, old friend. That may as well be the greeting Salisbury has when York visits Sea Gull Stadium in Salisbury at noon Saturday in a NCAA tournament second-round game. The contest will be the third meeting this season between Capital Athletic Conference rivals. “There's good and bad,” Sea Gulls coach Jim Berkman said Thursday morning. “I guess you could say that we definitely know their tendencies. And they know ours, so that's probably not so good. It's tough to play anybody three times in any sport and especially in our game when the reality is, the game is meant to be played one time a year and two at the most.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 1, 2014
When Salisbury hosts York in Capital Athletic Conference tournament final Saturday at 2 p.m. at Sea Gull Stadium, it will be the first time the league foes have met since March 22, when the Sea Gulls won, 11-8. Salisbury coach Jim Berkman has had his eye on the Spartans ever since. “I've seen every game they've played since they played us,” he said Thursday afternoon. “So whatever they've changed, I've seen. We know who their guys are, and we know who we've got to stop, and we know who we've got to match up with, and we know what their tendencies are, and we've got to limit those tendencies.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2014
Salisbury's 11-9 win over Stevenson on Saturday offered a little clarity into its postseason picture. If the No. 3 Sea Gulls (16-1) can close out the regular season with no losses and a Capital Athletic Conference tournament championship, they likely will be the top seed in the South Region of the Division III tournament. “Stevenson-Salisbury is always a big game to win,” senior attackman Luke Phipps (John Carroll) said. “We lost two [meetings] last year, so that was disappointing.
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