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Sports Digest | November 9, 2012
Colleges Terps' Cirovski, Mullins receive ACC men's soccer honors Maryland's Sasho Cirovski and junior Patrick Mullins were named the Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer Coach and Offensive Player of the Year, respectively. Senior John Stertzer was named to the first team for the second straight season and seniors Taylor Kemp and London Woodberry , in addition to freshmen Mikey Ambrose and Schillo Tshuma , made the second team. Ambose and Tshuma also represented Maryland on the ACC All-Freshman Team.
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Sports Digest | October 13, 2014
Terps hand No. 3 Penn State first loss of 2014 The Maryland men's soccer team (5-5-2, 2-1-1 Big Ten Conference) scored a season-high four goals Sunday in a 4-0 shutout of visiting No. 3 Penn State(10-1-1, 4-1-0). Terps junior midfielder Mael Corboz had the first two goals, and senior forward Alex Shinsky and junior midfielder Tsubasa Endoh each added one to give the Nittany Lions their first loss this year. Penn State's Andrew Wolverton had surrendered two goals total this season until the Terps scored four on him, the most Maryland has had in a game since last October.
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Sports Digest | September 14, 2011
Men's college soccer Stertzer leads No. 1 UM past UMBC in OT, 4-3 Senior Casey Townsend tallied three goals and John Stertzer headed home the winner in overtime to lead No. 1 Maryland past UMBC, 4-3, in front of a record crowd at Retriever Soccer Park on Tuesday. Stertzer, after missing a possible game-winning penalty kick with 30 seconds left in the first overtime, received a cross from Taylor Kemp and headed home the winner from five yards out in the 104th minute for the Terps (6-0-0)
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
For the second consecutive year and for the fifth time since 2004, two Maryland players were selected in the first round of the MLS SuperDraft, but forwards Patrick Mullins and Schillo Tshuma went later than anticipated Thursday. Mullins - a back-to-back winner of the Hermann Trophy, which is awarded to college soccer's top player - was expected to be selected among the first five picks, but he was chosen at No. 11 by the New England Revolution. Tshuma, who was projected to go somewhere in the top 10, was taken at No. 17 by the Portland Timbers.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2012
Maryland's Jake Pace has come off the bench and made the most of his minutes this season. With the final seconds of the first half ticking down in the NCAA men's soccer quarterfinal, Pace got behind No. 10 Louisville's defense and scored the go-ahead goal on a header off a cross from Dakota Edwards. As a Howard County native, it was the type of goal Pace dreamed about his entire life. The No. 2 Terrapins later added another goal by leading scorer Patrick Mullins for a decisive 3-1 victory before an announced 3,556 Saturday.
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Sports Digest | October 29, 2011
Colleges No. 1 Terps men lose in soccer at Clemson, 2-1 The No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team (13-2-2, 4-2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), sporting a makeshift backline, fell, 2-1, at Clemson (6-8-1, 3-4 ACC) on a cold, rainy Friday night. John Stertzer scored his team-leading 13th goal of the season for the Terps , who played a man up for the majority of the match after a red card was issued to the Tigers' Jack Metcalf in the 23rd minute. Stertzer's header flicked over goalkeeper Cody Mizell from 8 yards after a free kick from Taylor Kemp in the 36th minute.
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Sports Digest | September 30, 2012
Colleges No. 1 Terps men edge Charleston, 3-2, in soccer London Woodberry scored a career-high two goals to help the No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team remain unbeaten with a 3-2 win at College of Charleston (4-6). The Terps (8-0-1) overcame a 2-1 deficit to pick up their seventh consecutive victory this season. Woodberry and freshman David Kabelik , who scored the second goal of the game, became the 11th and 12th Terrapins to score this season, respectively.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
For the second consecutive year and for the fifth time since 2004, two Maryland players were selected in the first round of the MLS SuperDraft, but forwards Patrick Mullins and Schillo Tshuma went later than anticipated Thursday. Mullins - a back-to-back winner of the Hermann Trophy, which is awarded to college soccer's top player - was expected to be selected among the first five picks, but he was chosen at No. 11 by the New England Revolution. Tshuma, who was projected to go somewhere in the top 10, was taken at No. 17 by the Portland Timbers.
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By Todd Karpovich and For The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2012
Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski remembers the exact moment when the "light clicked on" for midfielder John Stertzer late in his sophomore year in a game against Virginia. Until then, Stertzer had shown flashes of greatness, but was at times inconsistent, drawing the ire of his coach. It was during that game against the Cavaliers that Stertzer emerged as a complete two-way player, scoring on a header in the 47th minute and playing flawless defensively in a 2-0 victory. Now a senior, Stertzer heard the overtures at the end of last season, with some predicting he would be a first-round pick in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2012
When Sasho Cirovski walked onto Maryland's campus in 1993 as the new men's soccer coach, he took one look at some of the antiquated facilities and said, "We're going to build a national championship program. " Since making that bold statement, the ninth-ranked Terps have won two NCAA titles, advanced to six College Cups and brought home four ACC championships. Cirovski, however, is still expanding his vision as he opens his 20th season Sunday against No. 12 Louisville. Cirovski has set a new goal for a state-of-the-art, soccer-specific stadium, seating 8,000 to10,000 on campus, within the next five years.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2012
Maryland's Jake Pace has come off the bench and made the most of his minutes this season. With the final seconds of the first half ticking down in the NCAA men's soccer quarterfinal, Pace got behind No. 10 Louisville's defense and scored the go-ahead goal on a header off a cross from Dakota Edwards. As a Howard County native, it was the type of goal Pace dreamed about his entire life. The No. 2 Terrapins later added another goal by leading scorer Patrick Mullins for a decisive 3-1 victory before an announced 3,556 Saturday.
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By Todd Karpovich and For The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2012
Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski remembers the exact moment when the "light clicked on" for midfielder John Stertzer late in his sophomore year in a game against Virginia. Until then, Stertzer had shown flashes of greatness, but was at times inconsistent, drawing the ire of his coach. It was during that game against the Cavaliers that Stertzer emerged as a complete two-way player, scoring on a header in the 47th minute and playing flawless defensively in a 2-0 victory. Now a senior, Stertzer heard the overtures at the end of last season, with some predicting he would be a first-round pick in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft.
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Sports Digest | November 9, 2012
Colleges Terps' Cirovski, Mullins receive ACC men's soccer honors Maryland's Sasho Cirovski and junior Patrick Mullins were named the Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer Coach and Offensive Player of the Year, respectively. Senior John Stertzer was named to the first team for the second straight season and seniors Taylor Kemp and London Woodberry , in addition to freshmen Mikey Ambrose and Schillo Tshuma , made the second team. Ambose and Tshuma also represented Maryland on the ACC All-Freshman Team.
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Sports Digest | September 30, 2012
Colleges No. 1 Terps men edge Charleston, 3-2, in soccer London Woodberry scored a career-high two goals to help the No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team remain unbeaten with a 3-2 win at College of Charleston (4-6). The Terps (8-0-1) overcame a 2-1 deficit to pick up their seventh consecutive victory this season. Woodberry and freshman David Kabelik , who scored the second goal of the game, became the 11th and 12th Terrapins to score this season, respectively.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2012
When Sasho Cirovski walked onto Maryland's campus in 1993 as the new men's soccer coach, he took one look at some of the antiquated facilities and said, "We're going to build a national championship program. " Since making that bold statement, the ninth-ranked Terps have won two NCAA titles, advanced to six College Cups and brought home four ACC championships. Cirovski, however, is still expanding his vision as he opens his 20th season Sunday against No. 12 Louisville. Cirovski has set a new goal for a state-of-the-art, soccer-specific stadium, seating 8,000 to10,000 on campus, within the next five years.
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Sports Digest | October 29, 2011
Colleges No. 1 Terps men lose in soccer at Clemson, 2-1 The No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team (13-2-2, 4-2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), sporting a makeshift backline, fell, 2-1, at Clemson (6-8-1, 3-4 ACC) on a cold, rainy Friday night. John Stertzer scored his team-leading 13th goal of the season for the Terps , who played a man up for the majority of the match after a red card was issued to the Tigers' Jack Metcalf in the 23rd minute. Stertzer's header flicked over goalkeeper Cody Mizell from 8 yards after a free kick from Taylor Kemp in the 36th minute.
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Sports Digest | October 13, 2014
Terps hand No. 3 Penn State first loss of 2014 The Maryland men's soccer team (5-5-2, 2-1-1 Big Ten Conference) scored a season-high four goals Sunday in a 4-0 shutout of visiting No. 3 Penn State(10-1-1, 4-1-0). Terps junior midfielder Mael Corboz had the first two goals, and senior forward Alex Shinsky and junior midfielder Tsubasa Endoh each added one to give the Nittany Lions their first loss this year. Penn State's Andrew Wolverton had surrendered two goals total this season until the Terps scored four on him, the most Maryland has had in a game since last October.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2010
It was the type of goal that Maryland's Taylor Kemp has dreamed about his entire life. In the 88th minute of Sunday's NCAA tournament third-round game, Kemp hit a left-footed, full volley into the top corner of the goal to give second seed Maryland a 1-0 victory over 15th seed Penn State before an announced 2,219. It was Kemp's first career goal and the only one of Maryland's 21 shots that was on frame. The Terrapins won their 15th consecutive game and tied a program record with their 15th shutout.
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Sports Digest | September 14, 2011
Men's college soccer Stertzer leads No. 1 UM past UMBC in OT, 4-3 Senior Casey Townsend tallied three goals and John Stertzer headed home the winner in overtime to lead No. 1 Maryland past UMBC, 4-3, in front of a record crowd at Retriever Soccer Park on Tuesday. Stertzer, after missing a possible game-winning penalty kick with 30 seconds left in the first overtime, received a cross from Taylor Kemp and headed home the winner from five yards out in the 104th minute for the Terps (6-0-0)
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2010
It was the type of goal that Maryland's Taylor Kemp has dreamed about his entire life. In the 88th minute of Sunday's NCAA tournament third-round game, Kemp hit a left-footed, full volley into the top corner of the goal to give second seed Maryland a 1-0 victory over 15th seed Penn State before an announced 2,219. It was Kemp's first career goal and the only one of Maryland's 21 shots that was on frame. The Terrapins won their 15th consecutive game and tied a program record with their 15th shutout.
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