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By Jon Morgan | June 3, 1997
Baltimore officials have decided not to apply to be one of the sites for the 1999 Women's World Cup tournament.Women's World Cup officials had asked the Maryland Stadium Authority if it was interested in having the Ravens' stadium at Camden Yards be one of a handful of tournament venues in the United States.The Ravens, who under their lease will share with the state the proceeds of non-NFL events held at the stadium, said they were too busy planning for their 1997 season debut at the stadium to participate.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - The players on Maryland's men's and women's soccer teams can't look at their respective opponents Friday any different than they have others they have faced this season. But the Terps understand the significance that these games hold. When the 12th-ranked men's team faces Michigan in Ann Arbor and the women's team plays host to Rutgers at Ludwig Field, it will mark Maryland's first in-conference competition of any kind as a member of the Big Ten. The school officially joined the league in July after 61 years in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 7, 1996
Emmanuele Elandou scored twice, including the game-winner with 15: 52 left, as Alabama-Birmingham defeated Loyola, 2-1, in men's soccer in the Wake Forest Classic yesterday in Winston-Salem, N.C.L The Greyhounds (0-1-1) play South Florida tomorrow at 1 p.m.Loyola tied the game in the second half on a penalty kick by Kevin Alvero.The Blazers (2-0) quickly regained the lead when Elandou scored two minutes later.Loukas Pataconstantinou recorded three saves for Alabama-Birmingham.Maryland postponed: Yesterday's play at the Diadora/3 Brothers Classic in College Park was postponed because of inclement weather.
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By Cody Goodwin and The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2014
As a B1G guy (an intern from Iowa), I'd like to personally welcome Maryland to our great conference. While it's official today, it probably won't feel official until Oct. 4., when you guys play Ohio State. In other news, a lot more sports things happened yesterday, so catch up here at the Coffee Companion, where we recap yesterday's sports headlines. - Ubaldo Jimenez earned his first win since May 8  as the Orioles dominated the Rangers, 7-1. The Orioles hit four home runs while Jimenez held Texas to just four hits and one unearned run over eight innings.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | June 16, 1994
Channel 13, the local ABC-TV affiliate, has decided it will televise the United States' World Cup opener against Switzerland Saturday morning from Pontiac, Mich.Marcellus Alexander, the station's vice president and general manager, made the announcement yesterday after a morning meeting with his programmers and a number of phone calls from upset viewers.On Tuesday, Alexander said the station had no plans to carry the opener because it had a commitment to the high school quiz show "It's Academic," and that Channel 13 would not carry some of the nine games the network has scheduled.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | December 18, 1992
The daily scene around the North Carroll basketball team is a dismal one.The young and winless Panthers (0-4) seem to be on the verge of accepting their losing ways.It's obvious the team needs a boost, maybe an experienced veteran to take charge on the floor.Someone like senior point guard Mike Roberts, a fiery player who never stops hustling."We're dead at practice," said Roberts. "No one shows much emotion. We need someone to step up. It's not like they're not trying but we don't have a lot of size and need to make up for it with enthusiasm.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 9, 2002
Howard County high schools ended classes at 2 p.m. yesterday, and by 2:30 they were virtually deserted. Howard was one of three Baltimore metropolitan area counties to cancel all after-school activities for the second straight day after the sniper shooting of a 13-year-old student Monday at a Prince George's County middle school. Anne Arundel and Harford counties also called off their athletic events yesterday. Games were played in Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Carroll County.
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By Richard H. P. Sia and Richard H. P. Sia,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 15, 1991
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia -- War is no picnic, but Iraqi prisoners in U.S. custody can at least be assured of hot food, showers, soccer games and, coming soon, big-screen television.Standard British accommodations include individual toilets and bunk beds. There are also showers, three hot meals a day and top-of-the-line British S-10 gas masks, better than those many troops have been issued.And for those Iraqis who are Christians, Saudi Arabian prison camps are allowing them a measure of religious freedom that has been largely denied to Western allied forces throughout this Muslim land.
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By Richard H. P. Sia and Richard H. P. Sia,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 15, 1991
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia -- War is no picnic, but Iraqi prisoners in U.S. custody can at least be assured of hot food, showers, soccer games and, coming soon, big-screen television.Standard British accommodations include individual toilets and bunk beds. There are also showers, three hot meals a day and top-of-the-line British S-10 gas masks, better than those many troops have been issued.And for those Iraqis who are Christians, Saudi Arabian prison camps are allowing them a measure of religious freedom that has been largely denied to Western allied forces throughout this Muslim land.
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February 11, 2013
Not being a football fan, I was absolutely frustrated with the wall-to-wall, tenacious coverage The Sun gave the Ravens and the Super Bowl . While expressing my annoyance with your paper and other media outlets that seemed to put the Super Bowl above war, the economy and life itself to an acquaintance from Scotland, she pointed out the tameness of American football as compared to soccer in Europe and the British Isles. She said that politics, flammable emotions and the very existence of people are intertwined with soccer in Europe.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2013
Incredible finishes, dominating performances, outstanding individual achievements, improbable upsets. Covering boys lacrosse, boys basketball, and boys and girls soccer was a special treat that brought plenty of those things in a memorable 2013. In Part Two of my 2013 recap, here's a look at some of the best single-game performances of the year: Most dramatic finishes No. 1 McDonogh boys soccer team edges No. 2 St. Paul's, 1-0, in final minute to claim the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference crown The Eagles were looking to complete their first unbeaten season and claim the program's seventh league championship, but they knew it wouldn't be easy.
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Sports Digest | October 31, 2013
Men's college soccer Navy wins nation's-best 10th game in a row The host Navy men's soccer team (11-3-2, 7-0-0 Patriot League) extended the nation's longest active winning streak to 10 games with a 2-1 victory over Lehigh (2-12-1, 1-6-0) on Wednesday night. With the win, Navy (21 points) moves into sole possession of first place in the Patriot League with two games remaining. Army (18 points) is in second place and Holy Cross (15 points) is in third. Navy, Army and Holy Cross have all clinched postseason tournament berths.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2013
Tuesday night's men's soccer game between UMBC and Delaware at Retriever Soccer Park could be an entertaining show for fans -- and an exhaustive exercise for the goalkeepers. The two teams are ranked in the top four in Division I in goals per game this season. The Blue Hens, who are 7-1-0 and got votes in the most recent Continental Tire/National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, are tied for first in the country with a 2.9 goal-per-game average, while the No. 11 Retrievers (9-0-0)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
The game Saturday night between UMBC and Loyola features two of the top goal scorers in Division I men's soccer, but the Retrievers' Pete Caringi III and the Greyhounds' Larry Ndjock don't think the spotlight should be on them. "You can't compare [us]," Caringi said. "I don't know much about him; he might not know much about me. It doesn't really matter what we do. It's about how our teams finish at the end of the year. That's really all that matters. Right now, I'm not really focused on me versus him. " Added Ndjock (pronounced EN-jock)
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February 11, 2013
Not being a football fan, I was absolutely frustrated with the wall-to-wall, tenacious coverage The Sun gave the Ravens and the Super Bowl . While expressing my annoyance with your paper and other media outlets that seemed to put the Super Bowl above war, the economy and life itself to an acquaintance from Scotland, she pointed out the tameness of American football as compared to soccer in Europe and the British Isles. She said that politics, flammable emotions and the very existence of people are intertwined with soccer in Europe.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2012
A future lacrosse goalie for Towson University gave No. 6 Severna Park all it could handle on the soccer field in Friday night's Class 4A state championship game at UMBC. Wootton's Matt Hoy had a goal and an assist in the first half, leading the Patriots to a title in their first trip to the finals with a 3-1 victory. Severna Park suffered just its second loss of the season and fell short in its bid to win a state championship for the first time since 2001. "Wootton is a very well-coached, organized team that has 11 technical players," said Severna Park's first-year coach Ryan Parisi.
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By Christy Kruhm and Christy Kruhm,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 28, 1996
INVITING KIDS to "come and kick the ball around," Mount Airy Recreation Council President Pat Weddle is hoping that the summer weekly drop-in soccer games will help local children build enthusiasm for the world's most popular sport.Expanding the program this year to include boys and girls of all ages, the MARC-sponsored pickup games are designed to expose youths to soccer in a fun way. With no commitment to a weekly practice and game schedule, the kids are free to develop their skills and techniques at their own pace.
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November 15, 2012
Last Saturday was a real downer for me. I've had days where I had to watch back-to-back playoff games at the same venue, and others where I had to travel a moderate distance to cover two separate matchups, but Saturday marked the first time since I joined The Aegis that I've had to be at three different games which were being held at three different locations. There was the 1A boys soccer semifinal with Havre de Grace and Brunswick first, then the 3A North regional football semifinal between North Harford and Milford Mill, then the 3A boys soccer semifinal between North Harford and Urbana.
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November 15, 2012
Last Saturday was a real downer for me. I've had days where I had to watch back-to-back playoff games at the same venue, and others where I had to travel a moderate distance to cover two separate matchups, but Saturday marked the first time since I joined The Aegis that I've had to be at three different games which were being held at three different locations. There was the 1A boys soccer semifinal with Havre de Grace and Brunswick first, then the 3A North regional football semifinal between North Harford and Milford Mill, then the 3A boys soccer semifinal between North Harford and Urbana.
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Sports Digest | November 3, 2012
Women's college soccer Kaplan propels Maryland to 2-0 win, into ACC title game Becky Kaplan had a goal and an assisted on one by Hayley Brock to lead second-seeded Maryland to a 2-0 victory over host and No. 3 seed Wake Forest in the semifinals of the ACC tournament. Maryland advanced to the ACC championship game at 1 p.m. Sunday, when it will take on fifth-seeded Virginia, which defeated top-seeded Florida State, 4-2. The title game will be on ESPNU. More women: Junior forward Paloma Perez scored a hat trick and Navy (19-1-1)
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