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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2012
Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala wasn't surprised his team had a tough game Saturday against Siena. This was the third game in eight days for the Blue Jays, and Siena was ready and battled through the first three quarters. But early in the fourth quarter, Zach Palmer and Brandon Benn scored 54 seconds a part to help No. 2 Johns Hopkins pull away for a 9-5 victory at Homewood Field. The Blue Jays beat Towson last Friday and Delaware on Tuesday, and they were a little tired.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
Evan Fisher had never played a game in front of Jimmy Patsos , but that didn't stop the Siena men's basketball coach from telling the McDonogh star in June that “there was an offer on the table.” Fisher, an All-MIAA A Conference first-team selection for the Eagles as a junior, was flattered but anxious. “I didn't know how they'd respond if I had a bad game,” Fisher said Wednesday. “Coach Patsos is a good friend of our new coach, Coach [ Dave ] Gately . … I had spoken to [Siena coaches]
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2013
When the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team met Siena last year, the Saints made it a little too close for comfort. The No. 5 Blue Jays made sure that didn't happen again with a 15-6 victory against visiting Siena at Homewood Field on Friday night. Nursing a two-goal lead after halftime, Johns Hopkins (1-0) created some distance by scoring three goals in a 97-second span and adding another 75 seconds later to enjoy a 10-4 advantage. The Blue Jays outscored the Saints 5-2 the rest of the way to win their sixth consecutive season opener and their 11th in 13 games under coach Dave Pietramala.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2014
After graduating from Arundel last spring, Markus Oliphant 's best basketball option was taking a post-grad year at Mount Zion Prep in Baltimore City. This spring, the former Wildcats star had a much tougher decision to make. “I got about eight offers just off practice, no games or anything,” said Oliphant, who claimed offers from Cleveland State, Missouri State, Morgan State, Siena and South Carolina State, among others. After a weekend visit to Cleveland State, Oliphant decided on the Vikings.
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By Sports Digest | March 1, 2010
Senior midfielder Michael Kimmel (Loyola) scored an extra-man goal with 48 seconds remaining to break a 7-7 tie and carry fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins (3-0) to an 8-7 win over visiting Siena (0-2) on Sunday. The Blue Jays led 7-5 with less than six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before Chris Roth scored back-to-back goals within 80 seconds to draw the Saints even. Hopkins junior Kyle Wharton set up the game-winner after a failed Siena clear, finding senior Steven Boyle alone 10 yards in front of the goal, where he was pushed from behind by goalie Brent Herbst , who was assessed a 30-second penalty.
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By From Sun staff reports | January 23, 2010
Loyola hit just two shots from the field in the second half of Friday's Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game against Siena and trailed throughout, falling, 59-33, at the Alumni Recreation Center in Loudonville, N.Y. Miriam McKenzie (Oakland Mills) led the Greyhounds (9-8, 4-3) with 13 points and five rebounds. Devon Carey scored seven. The Saints' defense held Loyola to 10 field goals and 20.8 percent shooting for the game. Siena (6-10, 4-3) held a 25-12 lead with four minutes remaining in the first half.
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Sports Xchange | March 4, 2012
Loyola entered what coach Jimmy Patsos called "part 3" of its season Saturday night; and the Greyhounds, already the most-successful team in the school's Division I history, did it well. "We went and played a tough non-conference schedule and we did well in the non-conference (8-3)," Patsos said. "Then you have the second part, which is the MAAC (regular season). Then you have the third part, the MAAC tournament, and the fourth part, postseason. " Having accomplished parts 1 and 2, Loyola kicked off part 3 with an 86-73 victory over Niagara in the quarterfinals of the MAAC league tourney.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2013
Loyola men's basketball coach Jimmy Patsos, who has led the program to its first back-to-back seasons with more than 20 wins as a Division I team, has emerged as one of the top candidates for the opening at Siena. The 46-year-old coach will be in upstate New York on Monday to interview with longtime Siena athletic director John D'Argenio, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation. Dargenio fired Mitch Buonaguro after the Saints finished their third straight losing season with an 8-24 record.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2013
Dave Pietramala couldn't remember the last time Johns Hopkins had taken 58 shots in a game as the team did in Friday night's 15-6 rout of Siena. When informed that it was 2004 when the Blue Jays attempted 61 shots in a 17-6 thumping of Albany, the head coach quipped, “Was I there?” Jokes aside, Pietramala, Johns Hopkins fans and media may have caught a glimpse of what the current squad is capable of courtesy of the new rules in place to help accelerate the pace of play. With new policies limiting substitutions on the fly and calling for faster restarts, the Blue Jays scored the most goals in a season opener since March 4, 1995 when that squad edged Princeton, 15-14.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2013
Johns Hopkins kicks off the season locally with its season opener against Siena. The No. 5 Blue Jays have won all previous four meetings with the Saints and are 10-2 in season openers under coach Dave Pietramala. In addition, Johns Hopkins is 13-3 in February and has not lost to an opponent this month in its last nine games. Here are a few factors that could influence the outcome at Homewood Field in Baltimore Friday evening. 1) Use the emotion. Since an 11-5 loss to Maryland in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals, the Blue Jays have had nine long months to think about what could have been.
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From Sun staff reports | May 6, 2013
No. 14 Yale broke a 6-6 tie with five straight goals in the third quarter to defeat No. 12 Princeton, 12-8, in the Ivy League men's lacrosse tournament championship Sunday afternoon at Cornell. The Bulldogs (11-4) beat the Tigers (9-6) in the title game for the second straight year and earned the automatic bid to the NCAA tournament field of 16. Nine Bulldogs scored in the contest. Yale's Dylan Levings, who won 19 of 23 faceoffs, was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.
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Sports Digest | April 26, 2013
Colleges Oakland Mills forward Long will join Patsos at Siena Oakland Mills senior Lavon Long committed to Siena during an official visit Thursday. The 6-foot-6 forward signed with Loyola in November, but received a release from his letter of intent after Jimmy Patsos took the Siena job earlier this month. Long, a second-team Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection, joins St. Frances guard Maurice White in the Saints' 2013 recruiting class. - Matt Bracken More men's basketball: Forest Park senior Wayne Hill has signed with CCBC-Catonsville, according to Foresters coach Greate White . Hill, a 6-foot-4 point guard, averaged 15 points, nine assists and eight rebounds as a senior.
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The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2013
Navy junior long-stick midfielder Pat Kiernan has been named to the All-Patriot League men's lacrosse first team, the conference announced Tuesday. Kiernan's 26 caused turnovers this spring are the third-most by a player in Navy program history, while he is the school's all-time leader in the category with 51. This is the second straight year Kiernan has garnered All-Patriot League honors; he received second-team recognition as a sophomore. Named second-team all-league were Bucknell senior faceoff specialist Ryan Gutowski (Calvert Hall)
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | April 14, 2013
Maurice White heard rumors about Jimmy Patsos leaving Loyola after the 2012-13 season. The St. Frances shooting guard had committed to the Greyhounds in October, but decided to withdraw his pledge last month when talks about the Loyola coach leaving town intensified. Sure enough, Patsos landed the coaching job at Siena earlier this month. It didn't take long for White to hear from the new Saints coach. “Probably like four days after he [took the job],” White said.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2013
When Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos went up to Siena College on Monday for an interview, he didn't know much about the school aside from the history of its men's basketball program. That history - along with the community support and financial commitment to basketball - led to Patsos' leaving Loyola on Tuesday after nine seasons. Patsos, 46, will be introduced at a news conference at the upstate New York school outside Albany on Wednesday afternoon. In his first interview since accepting the job, Patsos said he was “sad” to leave Loyola and Baltimore after nearly a decade.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2013
Loyola men's basketball coach Jimmy Patsos, who has led the program to its first back-to-back seasons with more than 20 wins as a Division I team, has emerged as one of the top candidates for the opening at Siena. The 46-year-old coach will be in upstate New York on Monday to interview with longtime Siena athletic director John D'Argenio, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation. Dargenio fired Mitch Buonaguro after the Saints finished their third straight losing season with an 8-24 record.
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From Sun staff reports | February 3, 2013
Loyola's stifling defense shut down Siena in the second half as the host Greyhounds (9-12, 4-6 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) cruised to their third straight victory, 53-37, Saturday. After a closely contested first half, the Saints (8-13, 4-6) went scoreless for the first five minutes of the second and hit just three field goals in the entire half. UMBC 86, Maine 79: The Retrievers (7-15, 3-6 America East) earned their first road win of the season led by Brittany Crowell's 22 points.
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By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2013
Despite several reports that have listed Loyola basketball coach Jimmy Patsos as a candidate to fill the opening at Siena, Patsos said Thursday he has not spoken to anyone at the school in Albany, N.Y. “I'm the coach at Loyola,” Patsos said. “I haven't been contacted by anybody.” Siena, a former rival to Loyola in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, recently fired coach Mitch Buonaguro after an 8-24 season. Patsos, meanwhile, led Loyola to a second straight 20-win season.
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From Sun staff reports | March 27, 2013
Sophomore Wes Berg scored six goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as No. 2 Denver beat visiting Air Force, 11-10, in men's lacrosse on Tuesday. Air Force's Erik Smith tied the game at 10 with 17 seconds left in regulation before Berg found the net 1:04 into the overtime period. The six-goal performance marked Berg's fifth hat trick of the season and eighth of his career. Senior Eric Law tallied four points on one goal and three assists, while senior Colin Scott recorded a pair of goals for Denver (6-2, 2-0 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference)
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