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By From Staff Reports | October 11, 1993
Loyola coach Bill Sento became the school's all-time winning men's soccer coach as the Greyhounds defeated host Iona, 2-0, yesterday.The victory also clinched the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conferencregular-season title for Loyola (12-2, 6-0).Sento passed Jim Bullington with 179 wins. Sento -- a former coach at Loch Raven -- has a 179-69-29 record since he replaced Bullington in 1980.Will Cirrincione had one goal and one assist as Loyola outshot Iona, 21-4.* North Carolina 1, Maryland 0: Temoc Suarez scored at 35:58 othe first half to lift host North Carolina (9-3-1, 2-1-1)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | September 11, 1998
If the Maryland men's soccer team had been forced to deal with the loss of nearly half of its starting lineup a decade ago, the Terrapins would have been in a state of panic. But there's a different attitude in College Park nowadays.When starters depart, the Terrapins just replace them with top-flight recruits. Different names, same talent level.So when fifth-year coach Sasho Cirovski graduated his entire back line and saw goalkeeper Andy Kirk and midfielder Judah Cooks bolt early to Major League Soccer's Project-40 program, he simply re- stocked with two national players of the year -- defender Nick Downing and midfielder Taylor Twellman -- as well as Parade All-American defensive midfielders Dan Califf and Beckett Hollenbach.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 14, 1993
The first time he saw Marc Harrison play soccer, Loyola College men's soccer coach Bill Sento just happened to be in the neighborhood.Three years ago, Sento had gone to Tampa, Fla., to watch the Final Four of the NCAA Division I tournament. While watching a nearby exhibition game between two club teams, he couldn't help but notice a kid with field presence, ball-control skills and a wicked shot to boot.With recruiting thoughts dancing in his head, however, Sento's hopes were dased. He learned that, after graduating from East Lake High School (Palm Harbor, Fla.)
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August 16, 1996
BaseballAstros: Activated P Doug Brocail from 60-day DL. Optioned ZTC Mark Small to Triple-A Tucson.Athletics: Optioned C George Williams and OF Allen Battle to Triple-A Edmonton. Called up C Izzy Molina and OF Phil Plantier.Marlins: Assigned OF Mark Kotsay to Single-A Kane County.Orioles: Triple-A Rochester placed P Will Flynt on DL, retroactive to Tuesday, and signed P Jeff Williams.Phillies: Optioned OF Manny Martinez to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Called up OF Wendell Magee from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
Loyola's men's soccer team is generally a hustling bunch. Then there's senior forward Bill Wnek, who takes that quality to a reckless degree.Wnek is quick enough to blow by most defenders, although he'd just as soon go through them en route to the goal. On defense, Wnek sticks to his man and pressures the ball more like a midfielder or a back. He's always darting about, in search of action. He never seems to stop for a breather."Billy is constant motion on the field, always trying to do something constructive," Loyola coach Bill Sento said.
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By Jeff Fletcher | October 24, 1991
Bill Sento now has seven losses, but no regrets.In an effort to beef up their schedule and give themselves a better chance at the NCAA soccer tournament, Sento's Loyola Greyhounds have played five top-25 teams this season. After losing, 2-1, to No. 11 Old Dominion (12-1-1) yesterday at Curley Field, Loyola is 0-5 in those games, 8-7-1 overall."We wanted to try to increase our power rating with strength of schedule," Sento said. "Last year I felt we had a good schedule, but the NCAA felt it was a little weak."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | October 4, 1990
Quietly and methodically, Loyola College is working its way back into the national soccer picture.Coach Bill Sento's Greyhounds advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in 1986 and '87, but 1988 was a major disappointment. They experienced a rocky start at the beginning of 1989, but Loyola has been nearly unstoppable during its last 22 games, going 15-1-6.The latest victim was Towson State, as sophomore Rob Elliott took advantage of two Tigers errors yesterday to get his sixth and seventh goals of the season in a 2-1 Loyola victory.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | July 31, 1994
Loyola College goalkeeper Zach Thornton has been named to the United States' under-23 men's national soccer team, which leaves today for Papendal, Netherlands, where it will participate in three exhibition games.Thornton, an Edgewood native, starred in soccer and lacrosse at John Carroll School and Essex Community College before becoming a two-sport standout at Loyola, where he will be a senior this fall. He learned of his selection when listening to the messages on his answering machine last week after returning from the U.S. Olympic Festival in St. Louis.
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Contributing Writer | October 18, 1992
Sophomore forward Bill Wnek took a crossing pass from Jim Garvey early in the second overtime period and rolled in the only goal of the game as Loyola College topped No. 13 Boston University, 1-0, at Curley Field yesterday.Wnek's team-leading 10th goal of the season improved Loyola's record to 11-2-1 and provided the third victory of the season by the Greyhounds over a top-25 team."It was an extremely well-played game by both sides," said Loyola coach Bill Sento. "I'm very pleased with the outcome."
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By Mike Preston and Doug Brown | May 24, 1994
Fernando Clavijo, a defender on the U.S. national team, yesterday joined a growing list of prospects for the Spirit's coaching job.Two local coaches -- UMBC's Pete Caringi and Loyola's Bill Sento -- also are under consideration for the Spirit job and probably will be interviewed this week, sources said.Clavijo, 37, is among 22 players vying to be a part of the U.S. team when it plays in the World Cup."I have an obligation with the World Cup now, but once it's over . . . I will be calling Baltimore," Clavijo said.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
Loyola's men's soccer team is generally a hustling bunch. Then there's senior forward Bill Wnek, who takes that quality to a reckless degree.Wnek is quick enough to blow by most defenders, although he'd just as soon go through them en route to the goal. On defense, Wnek sticks to his man and pressures the ball more like a midfielder or a back. He's always darting about, in search of action. He never seems to stop for a breather."Billy is constant motion on the field, always trying to do something constructive," Loyola coach Bill Sento said.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | July 31, 1994
Loyola College goalkeeper Zach Thornton has been named to the United States' under-23 men's national soccer team, which leaves today for Papendal, Netherlands, where it will participate in three exhibition games.Thornton, an Edgewood native, starred in soccer and lacrosse at John Carroll School and Essex Community College before becoming a two-sport standout at Loyola, where he will be a senior this fall. He learned of his selection when listening to the messages on his answering machine last week after returning from the U.S. Olympic Festival in St. Louis.
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By Mike Preston and Doug Brown | May 24, 1994
Fernando Clavijo, a defender on the U.S. national team, yesterday joined a growing list of prospects for the Spirit's coaching job.Two local coaches -- UMBC's Pete Caringi and Loyola's Bill Sento -- also are under consideration for the Spirit job and probably will be interviewed this week, sources said.Clavijo, 37, is among 22 players vying to be a part of the U.S. team when it plays in the World Cup."I have an obligation with the World Cup now, but once it's over . . . I will be calling Baltimore," Clavijo said.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 14, 1993
The first time he saw Marc Harrison play soccer, Loyola College men's soccer coach Bill Sento just happened to be in the neighborhood.Three years ago, Sento had gone to Tampa, Fla., to watch the Final Four of the NCAA Division I tournament. While watching a nearby exhibition game between two club teams, he couldn't help but notice a kid with field presence, ball-control skills and a wicked shot to boot.With recruiting thoughts dancing in his head, however, Sento's hopes were dased. He learned that, after graduating from East Lake High School (Palm Harbor, Fla.)
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By From Staff Reports | October 11, 1993
Loyola coach Bill Sento became the school's all-time winning men's soccer coach as the Greyhounds defeated host Iona, 2-0, yesterday.The victory also clinched the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conferencregular-season title for Loyola (12-2, 6-0).Sento passed Jim Bullington with 179 wins. Sento -- a former coach at Loch Raven -- has a 179-69-29 record since he replaced Bullington in 1980.Will Cirrincione had one goal and one assist as Loyola outshot Iona, 21-4.* North Carolina 1, Maryland 0: Temoc Suarez scored at 35:58 othe first half to lift host North Carolina (9-3-1, 2-1-1)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | November 6, 1992
Shawn Boehmcke is a walking contradiction.Start with the nickname, Bones. It was a natural when he arrived at Loyola College three years ago, but maturation and the weight room have built a 6-foot-4, 185-pound frame that fills a soccer goal quite nicely. Many of his classmates are preparing for business careers, but Boehmcke is an elementary education major who is spending the semester doing his student teaching.He is completing one of the best statistical careers by a Division I soccer goalie, but he's never gotten much attention outside the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | October 8, 1990
Dave Townsend wasn't the obvious candidate for Most Valuable Player when the 15th annual Loyola Budweiser Invitational Tournament began, but the honor was his after the Greyhounds topped Hartford, 1-0, in yesterday's championship game.To put it bluntly, Townsend was pretty much a nonentity in his first three years at Loyola.He was a third-team All-Metro forward for Centennial High in 1986, but had difficulty finding a niche with the Greyhounds, appearing in just eight games in his first two seasons.
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By Paul McMullen | August 29, 1991
Citing strength of schedule, the selection committee deemed that one loss in its last 22 games wasn't good enough to get Loyola into the NCAA soccer tournament last year. Coach Bill Sento spent last winter upgrading the Greyhounds in that department, and now wonders if a young team will be up to the challenge.Loyola opens next Wednesday at George Mason. Its second game is against Rutgers, the 1990 NCAA runner-up and the first of several new big-name opponents, the others being Columbia, 1988 NCAA runner-up Howard and Boston University.
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Contributing Writer | October 18, 1992
Sophomore forward Bill Wnek took a crossing pass from Jim Garvey early in the second overtime period and rolled in the only goal of the game as Loyola College topped No. 13 Boston University, 1-0, at Curley Field yesterday.Wnek's team-leading 10th goal of the season improved Loyola's record to 11-2-1 and provided the third victory of the season by the Greyhounds over a top-25 team."It was an extremely well-played game by both sides," said Loyola coach Bill Sento. "I'm very pleased with the outcome."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 9, 1992
Bill Sento is rebuilding from a 12-8-2 season that was the worst since his first at Loyola College, in 1980. Five starters are wearing a Greyhounds uniform for the first time and the program is burdened by its membership in a weak soccer conference, but the phrase "at-large bid" has re-entered the Greyhounds' vocabulary.Sento guided the Greyhounds to the NCAA quarterfinals in 1986 and 1987, but they haven't been back since. Two years ago, they lost only two of 23 games, but the NCAA selection committee said Loyola's schedule wasn't strong enough to warrant a berth in the 28-team field.
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