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Baltimore Sun staff | October 2, 2012
Montrose Christian will host a coaches' clinic Saturday featuring three high-major men's basketball coaches as guest speakers. The Mustangs will welcome St. John's coach Steve Lavin, Virginia coach Tony Bennett and Villanova coach Jay Wright to their Rockville gym. George Washington assistant Kevin Sutton and Montrose coach Stu Vetter will also speak at the clinic. “Learning new and innovative coaching techniques from some of the best basketball minds in the country is one method my staff and I use to continue improving as coaches,” Vetter said in a news release.
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Baltimore Sun staff | October 2, 2012
Montrose Christian will host a coaches' clinic Saturday featuring three high-major men's basketball coaches as guest speakers. The Mustangs will welcome St. John's coach Steve Lavin, Virginia coach Tony Bennett and Villanova coach Jay Wright to their Rockville gym. George Washington assistant Kevin Sutton and Montrose coach Stu Vetter will also speak at the clinic. “Learning new and innovative coaching techniques from some of the best basketball minds in the country is one method my staff and I use to continue improving as coaches,” Vetter said in a news release.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2012
Maryland could look locally for a top forward target in the 2014 class. Dwayne Morgan , a 6-foot-7 sophomore from City, has fared well this spring on the AAU circuit with Under Armour Bmore's Finest. NBCSports.com's Daniel Martin wrote that Morgan impressed "blocking shots defensively and getting to the rim offensively" during last weekend's Hoop Group Jam Fest in Philadelphia . He currently holds offers from UNLV, Seton Hall, South Florida, and NC State, and says he is drawing interest from schools that include Texas, Maryland, and Syracuse.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2012
Maryland could look locally for a top forward target in the 2014 class. Dwayne Morgan , a 6-foot-7 sophomore from City, has fared well this spring on the AAU circuit with Under Armour Bmore's Finest. NBCSports.com's Daniel Martin wrote that Morgan impressed "blocking shots defensively and getting to the rim offensively" during last weekend's Hoop Group Jam Fest in Philadelphia . He currently holds offers from UNLV, Seton Hall, South Florida, and NC State, and says he is drawing interest from schools that include Texas, Maryland, and Syracuse.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | April 2, 2010
Jimmy Patsos' flirtation with the Big Apple turned out to be brief. The Loyola coach said this morning he has declined an opportunity to join Steve Lavin at St. John's and will remain in Baltimore. "I'm very lucky to be at Loyola, and I really want to coach at Loyola," Patsos said. "I think the future is really bright, and we're on the verge of being really good." Lavin was named St. John's coach on Wednesday. On Thursday, Patsos met with his former boss, Maryland coach Gary Williams, in Indianapolis at the Final Four to gain perspective.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | April 2, 2010
Jimmy Patsos, the former Maryland assistant who restored credibility to the Loyola basketball program, is a candidate to join Steve Lavin's new coaching staff at St. John's. Two different reports in New York newspapers identified Patsos as a potential hire for Lavin after the former UCLA coach received a six-year contract Wednesday to coach the Red Storm. Patsos did not respond to messages left on his cell phone, but Loyola's outgoing director of athletics, Joe Boylan, was optimistic the coach would remain in Baltimore.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | April 3, 2010
Jimmy Patsos' flirtation with the Big Apple turned out to be brief. The Loyola coach said Friday that he declined an offer to join Steve Lavin at St. John's and will remain in Baltimore. "I'm very lucky to be at Loyola, and I really want to coach at Loyola," Patsos said. "I think the future is really bright, and we're on the verge of being really good." Lavin was named St. John's coach on Wednesday. On Thursday, Patsos met with his former boss, Maryland coach Gary Williams, in Indianapolis at the Final Four to gain perspective.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 22, 1997
SAN ANTONIO -- That Monday night in Seattle two years ago is a fading memory for UCLA point guard Cameron Dollar. What he remembers most is not what he did to help the Bruins beat favored Arkansas for the national championship, but a conversation he had with former coach Jim Harrick before the game.It was in the team's locker room at the Kingdome and Harrick informed Dollar, then a sophomore backup, that he would play a great deal for an injured Tyus Edney. "I thought he was kidding, messing with me," Dollar said yesterday.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | February 10, 2003
Beyond the 11 national championship banners at Pauley Pavilion, beyond the 92-year-old living legend named John Wooden who still attends some home games, there's another distinction between the UCLA basketball program and every other Division I team. Where else would a coach whose teams have made six straight NCAA tournament appearances, reaching the Sweet 16 five times and Elite Eight once, and who hasn't run into any trouble with the NCAA, get fired before he finished his seventh season?
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2001
After their teams had each played eight games this season, Tubby Smith of Kentucky and Steve Lavin of UCLA began hearing the whispers. Eventually, they grew louder in Lexington and in Los Angeles, shouting the same name as a potential successor to both embattled coaches. Rick Pitino will not likely wind up going to either school, in part because he could decide to take the offer being made to him from Louisville this week or wait to talk with Michigan. But, there is also another reason why Smith and Lavin will remain in their current jobs, if they wish.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | April 3, 2010
Jimmy Patsos' flirtation with the Big Apple turned out to be brief. The Loyola coach said Friday that he declined an offer to join Steve Lavin at St. John's and will remain in Baltimore. "I'm very lucky to be at Loyola, and I really want to coach at Loyola," Patsos said. "I think the future is really bright, and we're on the verge of being really good." Lavin was named St. John's coach on Wednesday. On Thursday, Patsos met with his former boss, Maryland coach Gary Williams, in Indianapolis at the Final Four to gain perspective.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | April 2, 2010
Jimmy Patsos' flirtation with the Big Apple turned out to be brief. The Loyola coach said this morning he has declined an opportunity to join Steve Lavin at St. John's and will remain in Baltimore. "I'm very lucky to be at Loyola, and I really want to coach at Loyola," Patsos said. "I think the future is really bright, and we're on the verge of being really good." Lavin was named St. John's coach on Wednesday. On Thursday, Patsos met with his former boss, Maryland coach Gary Williams, in Indianapolis at the Final Four to gain perspective.
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By Ken Murray | ken.murray@baltsun.com | April 2, 2010
Jimmy Patsos, the former Maryland assistant who restored credibility to the Loyola basketball program, is a candidate to join Steve Lavin's new coaching staff at St. John's. Two different reports in New York newspapers identified Patsos as a potential hire for Lavin after the former UCLA coach received a six-year contract Wednesday to coach the Red Storm. Patsos did not respond to messages left on his cell phone, but Loyola's outgoing director of athletics, Joe Boylan, was optimistic the coach would remain in Baltimore.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | February 10, 2003
Beyond the 11 national championship banners at Pauley Pavilion, beyond the 92-year-old living legend named John Wooden who still attends some home games, there's another distinction between the UCLA basketball program and every other Division I team. Where else would a coach whose teams have made six straight NCAA tournament appearances, reaching the Sweet 16 five times and Elite Eight once, and who hasn't run into any trouble with the NCAA, get fired before he finished his seventh season?
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2001
After their teams had each played eight games this season, Tubby Smith of Kentucky and Steve Lavin of UCLA began hearing the whispers. Eventually, they grew louder in Lexington and in Los Angeles, shouting the same name as a potential successor to both embattled coaches. Rick Pitino will not likely wind up going to either school, in part because he could decide to take the offer being made to him from Louisville this week or wait to talk with Michigan. But, there is also another reason why Smith and Lavin will remain in their current jobs, if they wish.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 22, 1997
SAN ANTONIO -- That Monday night in Seattle two years ago is a fading memory for UCLA point guard Cameron Dollar. What he remembers most is not what he did to help the Bruins beat favored Arkansas for the national championship, but a conversation he had with former coach Jim Harrick before the game.It was in the team's locker room at the Kingdome and Harrick informed Dollar, then a sophomore backup, that he would play a great deal for an injured Tyus Edney. "I thought he was kidding, messing with me," Dollar said yesterday.
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February 27, 2001
Baseball Angels: Agreed to one-year contract with P Mark Lukasiewicz. Brewers: Signed P Jose Mieses, former Orioles minor-league P Everett Stull, P Allen Levrault, P John Snyder and C Kevin Brown. Reds: Signed 3B Aaron Boone to one-year contract. Basketball Celtics: Placed G Kenny Anderson (sprained right ankle) and F Jerome Moiso (right infrapatella tendinitis) on injured list. Activated G Randy Brown and G-F Adrian Griffin. College ACC: Named Maryland G MarchM-i Strickland women's basketball Player of the Week.
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January 5, 2006
Good morning --Jeff Conine-- Good to see someone actually ends up signing with the Orioles. Are NFL teams generally too impatient when it comes to changing coaches? Yes. The pressure of winning is too strong, and owners have no patience. Josh Geiger Fallston Next question Have the Orioles turned you off from attending Saturday's FanFest? Selected responses to today's question will be printed tomorrow on The Kickoff page. Please e-mail your answer (about 25 words) to sports@baltsun.
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