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February 20, 2000
Opponent: Richmond Rhythm Site: Richmond (Va.) Coliseum Time: 6 Radio: WJFK (1300 AM) Outlook: Richmond holds a 4-2 advantage in the season series. The BayRunners will still be without G LaMarr Greer (foot injury), who may return later this week. BayRunners guards Shawnta Rogers, Kurk Lee and Lonnie Harrell are ranked in the top six in the league in three-point shooting percentage.
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By Eric Prisbell and Eric Prisbell,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 19, 2000
TRENTON, N.J. -- The task is now becoming confidence conservation. Another game. Another loss. What else is new? This one, a 93-82 setback to Trenton in front of 977 fans at the Sovereign Bank Arena marks the 21st straight for the BayRunners. As if there was any doubt, it also mathematically eliminates Baltimore from the International Basketball League playoffs, which begin May 5. The BayRunners (13-44) played well for a half, holding a precarious one-point lead at the break. But then, Baltimore stepped foot in a damning cycle, where a few mishaps would beget more slip-ups.
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October 26, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Named Jack Zduriencik director of scouting.Cubs: Extended partnership with Single-A Lansing through 2002.Dodgers: Named Jeff Schugel special assistant to GM.BasketballNets: Waived G Howard Brown, G Shawnta Rogers (Lake Clifton), F J. R. Koch and F Peter Cornell.CollegeGeorgia State: Announced retirement of associate athletic director Blaine Hughes.Loyola: Christof Lindenmayer was named MAAC men's soccer Player of the Week. Becky Bieneman was named MAAC women's soccer Player of the Week.
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February 20, 2000
Opponent: Richmond Rhythm Site: Richmond (Va.) Coliseum Time: 6 Radio: WJFK (1300 AM) Outlook: Richmond holds a 4-2 advantage in the season series. The BayRunners will still be without G LaMarr Greer (foot injury), who may return later this week. BayRunners guards Shawnta Rogers, Kurk Lee and Lonnie Harrell are ranked in the top six in the league in three-point shooting percentage.
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By Bob Dolgan and Bob Dolgan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 13, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- The BayRunners couldn't take advantage of leads of 14 and 11 points against the Richmond Rhythm last night and failed to earn a win at Richmond Coliseum. Having lost nine of 10 games before last night, the BayRunners were hoping to get untracked against a team that had lost four straight. Instead, they were beaten by the Rhythm, 105-98, before a crowd of 1,013. BayRunners coach Herb Brown didn't sugarcoat his team's performance. "When your starting forward [Rodney Elliott]
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1997
WASHINGTON -- A day after Maryland disposed of one of the nation's premier college basketball programs, the Terps were unable to take care of business inside the Capital Beltway.An upset of Kansas had lifted Maryland to a No. 19 ranking and the championship game of the Franklin National Bank Classic at the MCI Center. The Terps might just fall out of the Top 25 next week, after last night's 70-66 loss to George Washington that included an MVP performance by Baltimorean Shawnta Rogers."We have to learn how to play with emotion on back-to-back nights," Terps coach Gary Williams said.
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By Eric Prisbell and Eric Prisbell,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 19, 2000
TRENTON, N.J. -- The task is now becoming confidence conservation. Another game. Another loss. What else is new? This one, a 93-82 setback to Trenton in front of 977 fans at the Sovereign Bank Arena marks the 21st straight for the BayRunners. As if there was any doubt, it also mathematically eliminates Baltimore from the International Basketball League playoffs, which begin May 5. The BayRunners (13-44) played well for a half, holding a precarious one-point lead at the break. But then, Baltimore stepped foot in a damning cycle, where a few mishaps would beget more slip-ups.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 2, 1999
A sure sign of a victory came about 10 feet outside of the BayRunners' locker room after last night's game -- the music was blasting. That alone created a different mood after the BayRunners' first victory in franchise history, a 101-81 win over the San Diego Stingrays before 6,423 at Baltimore Arena, compared with the mostly silent locker room in Friday's season-opening loss to Trenton. The BayRunners (1-2) jumped to a double-digit lead in the first quarter and maintained it most of the game.
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By Tim Warren and Tim Warren,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 13, 1996
WASHINGTON -- This will come as no surprise to anyone from Baltimore, but the only person in this town who isn't impressed with the impressive debut of George Washington point guard Shawnta Rogers is . . . Rogers himself.Rogers, The Sun's High School Player of the Year last season after leading Lake Clifton to the Class 4A state championship, has been nothing short of spectacular at George Washington.After Rogers nearly had a triple double against St. Bonaventure last Tuesday, his coach, Mike Jarvis, could not control his enthusiasm over the 5-foot-4 guard.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1999
WASHINGTON -- Fordham guard Bevon Robin meant no disrespect. That's because he had already heard about the reputation of the George Washington players, about how this smallish point guard was somehow dominating the Atlantic 10 Conference.Still, there's something about first impressions. And the first time Robin faced George Washington and saw Shawnta Rogers -- all 5 feet 4 of him -- walking onto the court for the opening tip-off, his eyes got wide and there were two words that immediately entered his mind.
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By Bob Dolgan and Bob Dolgan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 13, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- The BayRunners couldn't take advantage of leads of 14 and 11 points against the Richmond Rhythm last night and failed to earn a win at Richmond Coliseum. Having lost nine of 10 games before last night, the BayRunners were hoping to get untracked against a team that had lost four straight. Instead, they were beaten by the Rhythm, 105-98, before a crowd of 1,013. BayRunners coach Herb Brown didn't sugarcoat his team's performance. "When your starting forward [Rodney Elliott]
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 2, 1999
A sure sign of a victory came about 10 feet outside of the BayRunners' locker room after last night's game -- the music was blasting. That alone created a different mood after the BayRunners' first victory in franchise history, a 101-81 win over the San Diego Stingrays before 6,423 at Baltimore Arena, compared with the mostly silent locker room in Friday's season-opening loss to Trenton. The BayRunners (1-2) jumped to a double-digit lead in the first quarter and maintained it most of the game.
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October 26, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Named Jack Zduriencik director of scouting.Cubs: Extended partnership with Single-A Lansing through 2002.Dodgers: Named Jeff Schugel special assistant to GM.BasketballNets: Waived G Howard Brown, G Shawnta Rogers (Lake Clifton), F J. R. Koch and F Peter Cornell.CollegeGeorgia State: Announced retirement of associate athletic director Blaine Hughes.Loyola: Christof Lindenmayer was named MAAC men's soccer Player of the Week. Becky Bieneman was named MAAC women's soccer Player of the Week.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1999
WASHINGTON -- Fordham guard Bevon Robin meant no disrespect. That's because he had already heard about the reputation of the George Washington players, about how this smallish point guard was somehow dominating the Atlantic 10 Conference.Still, there's something about first impressions. And the first time Robin faced George Washington and saw Shawnta Rogers -- all 5 feet 4 of him -- walking onto the court for the opening tip-off, his eyes got wide and there were two words that immediately entered his mind.
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1997
WASHINGTON -- A day after Maryland disposed of one of the nation's premier college basketball programs, the Terps were unable to take care of business inside the Capital Beltway.An upset of Kansas had lifted Maryland to a No. 19 ranking and the championship game of the Franklin National Bank Classic at the MCI Center. The Terps might just fall out of the Top 25 next week, after last night's 70-66 loss to George Washington that included an MVP performance by Baltimorean Shawnta Rogers."We have to learn how to play with emotion on back-to-back nights," Terps coach Gary Williams said.
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By Tim Warren and Tim Warren,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 13, 1996
WASHINGTON -- This will come as no surprise to anyone from Baltimore, but the only person in this town who isn't impressed with the impressive debut of George Washington point guard Shawnta Rogers is . . . Rogers himself.Rogers, The Sun's High School Player of the Year last season after leading Lake Clifton to the Class 4A state championship, has been nothing short of spectacular at George Washington.After Rogers nearly had a triple double against St. Bonaventure last Tuesday, his coach, Mike Jarvis, could not control his enthusiasm over the 5-foot-4 guard.
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By Lem Satterfield | December 31, 1997
Michael King, a former first-team All-Metro performer at Lake Clifton High, began practicing with the George Washington basketball team yesterday and could play as early as Sunday's Atlantic 10 opener against La Salle.King, a 6-foot-5 swingman, signed a letter of intent with the Colonials last winter but did not meet the NCAA's freshman eligibility requirements. After qualifying, King left St. Thomas More Prep School in Oakdale, Conn., and enrolled at George Washington, said GW sports information director Brad Bower.
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March 21, 1993
FIRST TEAMPlayer .. .. .. .. School .. .. Hgt. .. .. Year ... .. Pos.Keith Booth .. .. .Dunbar .. .. 6-7 .. ... Sr. .. .. ... FDamon Cason .. .. Southern .. . 6-2 .. ... Jr. .. .. .. . GRandolph Edison ..Edmondson ... 5-7 .. ... Sr. .. .. .. . GReggie Frazier .. Lake Clifton. 6-4 .. ... Soph. .. .. .. FNorman Nolan .. . Dunbar .. ... 6-8 .. ... Jr. .. .. .. . CKevin Norris .. . Lake Clifton. 5-9 .. ... Sr. .. .. .. . GTroy Parker .. .. Walbrook .. . 6-3 .. ... Jr. .. .. .. . FShawnta Rogers .. Lake Clifton.
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