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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | April 26, 1992
Towson State, taking advantage of superior depth and firepower, pulled away from UMBC in the final 20 minutes to record a 19-14 victory last night at Minnegan Stadium. UMBC (10-4) stayed with the Tigers for nearly three quarters before Towson's numbers took their toll. The Retrievers ran two midfields, and No. 8 Towson (8-2) countered with three units and also used extra defensemen and attackmen while resting its starters. The Tigers outshot UMBC, 60-31, and if not for the work of Bob Bailey, who made 14 saves, the score could have been higher.
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By Matt Kinnear and Inside Lacrosse | May 13, 2014
Steve Marohl knew last year his single-season points record was bound to fall - and that someone with the last name Thompson was going to do it. And he's OK with that - and enjoying watching them play just like everyone else. As a lacrosse fan and someone still involved in the game, he's happy to see the impact brothers Lyle and Miles, and cousin Ty, are having on the sport he loves. "These guys are idolized by the younger kids; I see it with the kids I coach," he said Tuesday.
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By Matt Kinnear and Inside Lacrosse | May 13, 2014
Steve Marohl knew last year his single-season points record was bound to fall - and that someone with the last name Thompson was going to do it. And he's OK with that - and enjoying watching them play just like everyone else. As a lacrosse fan and someone still involved in the game, he's happy to see the impact brothers Lyle and Miles, and cousin Ty, are having on the sport he loves. "These guys are idolized by the younger kids; I see it with the kids I coach," he said Tuesday.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | April 26, 1992
Towson State, taking advantage of superior depth and firepower, pulled away from UMBC in the final 20 minutes to record a 19-14 victory last night at Minnegan Stadium. UMBC (10-4) stayed with the Tigers for nearly three quarters before Towson's numbers took their toll. The Retrievers ran two midfields, and No. 8 Towson (8-2) countered with three units and also used extra defensemen and attackmen while resting its starters. The Tigers outshot UMBC, 60-31, and if not for the work of Bob Bailey, who made 14 saves, the score could have been higher.
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By Special to The Sun | April 14, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Steve Marohl's five goals and three assist paced University of Maryland Baltimore County to a 15-9 victory over East Coast Conference rival Drexel (2-5, 0-1).With his eight points, Marohl, a junior attackman from South River High School, became the 12th player in UMBC history to reach the 100-point mark.The Retrievers (6-4, 1-2) controlled the game from the start, building an 8-1 halftime lead. Stuart Walker added three goals for UMBC, and Brian Duncan and Vince Pasko each had two goals and an assist.
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By Special to The Sun | April 5, 1992
UNIVERSITY PARK -- Mike Busza scored three goals -- including the game-winner 32 seconds into overtime -- to lead Penn State (6-0) over UMBC (8-2), 12-11, yesterday.The Retrievers trailed through most of the first three quarters, but tied the game on a goal by Jason Smith with seven seconds left in the third period.UMBC took its first lead with 3:39 left in the game on a score by Tim Stecher, but Penn State tied the game on an unassisted goal by Chris Lehman with 44 seconds remaining.Jamie Batley and Steve Marohl led the Retrievers, combining for five goals and five assists.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 23, 1997
Steve Marohl, UMBC's all-time leading scorer in men's lacrosse, will be inducted into the school's athletic Hall of Fame on Feb. 15, along with three others.Marohl (South River), from the class of 1992, totaled 242 career points. As a senior, he set the NCAA single-season assist record with 77, and tied the mark for assists in a game with 12 against Pennsylvania. His brother, Dan, is a UMBC freshman.Joining Marohl for induction will be Bob Mumma (1992), UMBC's all-time leader in home runs with 42, including a single-season record 15 in 1990; Linda Lyall Sowers (1970)
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By Kevin Wells | May 12, 1991
In 1981, the University of Maryland Baltimore County finished with a winning record, 8-3, after its first year in Division I lacrosse. A decade later, the Retrievers did it again.UMBC (9-6) closed out its season with consecutive wins -- an upset of the University of Maryland last week and a 15-11 victory over the University of New Hampshire at home yesterday."We've had a .500 season in there and I don't know how many 6-7 seasons, but in beating College Park, it proved to our younger guys that we can win the big one," said coach Dick Watts, in his 21st season at UMBC.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
The Tewaaraton Award finalists for the 2014 season include the first brother duo, two returning finalists and one area player. The Tewaaraton Foundation announced on Thursday afternoon that the five finalists for the college lacrosse version of the Heisman Trophy are Loyola Maryland senior defenseman Joe Fletcher, Princeton senior midfielder Tom Schreiber, Albany junior attackman Lyle Thompson, Albany senior attackman Miles Thompson and Duke senior...
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | April 1, 1992
John Blatchley, the key to Towson State's offense, is questionable for Saturday's game against Loyola. The senior attackman suffered a rib cartilage separation in last week's win over C.W. Post, leaving in the second quarter with no goals and one assist. His chances of playing in the 33rd Towson-Loyola meeting are listed as 50-50.With 113 career assists, including nine this season, Blatchley is 20 shy of the school record, set by Bob Griebe from 1972 to 1975.*Instant star: Loyola coach Dave Cottle makes it plain what he thinks about freshman goalie Tim McGeeney: "He's our best player, and has had the most impact.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | May 2, 1992
Dick Watts shakes his head in wonder when he recalls Steve Marohl's first days of lacrosse at UMBC in the fall of 1988.Fresh from South River High in Edgewater, Marohl stood 5 feet 11 and weighed all of 130 pounds -- a spindly look that kept all but a few Division I schools from showing interest in him."No one was beating down doors," Watts said. "Here was this skinny, red-cheeked kid who didn't even look like he belonged in high school. It's amazing how he turned into such a success."Marohl plays his final college game today against Maryland, and he finishes his career with more records than he can shake his lacrosse stick at.In addition to a host of school records, including 238 career points, the senior attackman broke the NCAA single-season assists mark of 73 shared by Cornell's Tim Goldstein and Yale's John O'Neill.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | April 16, 1992
EMMITSBURG -- Steve Marohl is the first 100-100 man in UMBC lacrosse history, but the countdown continues for the senior attackman.Marohl collected two goals and seven assists, helping UMBC (10-2) to a 22-8 rout of Mount St. Mary's (3-7) yesterday. His second goal raised his career total to 100. He has 130 assists, giving him a school-record 230 points."I'm relieved," said Marohl, a graduate of South River High in Edgewater. "I felt a little pressure to get the 100-100."With its 10th victory, UMBC broke its Division I record for most wins in a season, set last year.
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