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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | December 7, 1996
Towson State found out last night what happens when the best player in America East is off his game: It doesn't prevent the league's best team from winning.Senior forward Tunji Awojobi, who came in averaging nearly 25.0 points, had only four field goals, but Boston University got enough production from his supporting cast to deal the Tigers their third consecutive defeat, 81-63, at the Towson Center.By this time next season, Awojobi might be in the NBA, but he spent most of the first half on the bench last night, playing seven minutes after getting two early fouls.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2014
A New York woman faces animal cruelty charges after she allegedly left a 15-year-old Yorkshire Terrier in a car in an Annapolis parking lot for two hours Tuesday, police said. Monifa Ayadelle Pendelton, 44, ran into a Petco in the 2300 block of Forest Drive with her dog, Chloe, around 2:30 p.m., asking for help after realizing what she had done, police said. Police and Anne Arundel County Animal Control were called, and an animal hospital veterinarian later diagnosed the dog with extreme heat stroke and recommended it be put down, police said.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,SUN STAFF | October 9, 1995
Towson State's soccer team knew it had its hands full when it played host to Boston University yesterday, even though the Terriers came in with only a 3-5-1 record.BU has dominated the North Atlantic Conference the past two years and began the season ranked second in the nation behind Virginia.Towson managed to hold the Terriers scoreless for 103 minutes, 37 seconds, but it wasn't enough as BU scored in each overtime period and came away with a 2-0 victory.Ola Olsen, a senior from Oslo, Norway, scored the game's first goal with 1:13 left in the first 15-minute overtime period.
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By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun and By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2014
Boston University arrived at Ridley Athletic Complex on Saturday with 30 freshmen on its roster and up against its third consecutive ranked opponent. It was a tall order for any team, much less one in its first season in Division I. The Terriers then shocked the announced 1,004 in attendance when Mount St. Mary's transfer Alex Paroda scored less than a minute into the game. But an 8-1 run spanning the first and second halves sent No. 1 Loyola Maryland on its way to a 15-6 win and the Patriot League regular-season championship.  Greyhounds coach Charley Toomey said the Terriers played his team tougher than the vast majority of the first-year programs he has faced in his nine seasons at Loyola.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2002
COLLEGE PARK -- The Wofford Terriers were a curiosity that landed at Byrd Stadium last night, a tiny Division I-AA school dreaming of slaying a dragon by comparison. And for a brief period of time, the Maryland Terrapins actually were locked in a legitimate battle with this pesky group from South Carolina. But it didn't take long for reality, physics and talent to take over as Maryland shook off a sluggish start offensively, asserted itself with a dominant second quarter, scored the game's first 30 points, then settled for a 37-8 victory before an announced crowd of 44,098.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2004
UMBC met another top America East Conference team last night and again learned it doesn't have far to progress. Although they never led against co-league leader Boston University, the host Retrievers took the issue to the final whistle before absorbing a 59-55 defeat at the RAC Center. Boston (11-3, 5-0 America East) won its 11th straight game, including a memorable one-point victory at Michigan, and remained tied with Vermont atop the league standings. It appeared that the win in a matchup of the conference's two best defensive teams would be a formality, but the Terriers kept allowing UMBC to hang around by missing free throws down the stretch.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1999
EMMITSBURG -- The Northeast Conference regular-season title will now be determined at the proper place -- on the basketball court.Surging St. Francis, N.Y., assured that at Knott Arena last night, pulling away from Mount St. Mary's in the final five minutes for an 83-70 victory that moved the Terriers into a first-place tie with UMBC.Earlier in the evening, UMBC had been edged at home by Long Island, 60-59, to set up the showdown tomorrow afternoon at the UMBC Fieldhouse. Both teams are 16-3 in the NEC.St.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 7, 2001
UMBC has been experiencing trouble in close games since last season, and the old bugaboo struck again last night at RAC Arena. In a bitter, foul-filled battle of attrition, the Retrievers never led in the overtime period and dropped a Northeast Conference game to St. Francis (N.Y.), 95-91, to absorb their fifth defeat in the past six games. St. Francis (4-7, 3-1 NEC) thus took the first key showdown between the two schools in the race to keep up with NEC favorite Central Connecticut, which has beaten both.
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February 17, 1996
More than 1,900 dogs take to the show rings tomorrow for the 84th Annual All-Breed Dog Show and Obedience Trial at the Fifth Regiment Armory, Howard and Preston streets. Sponsored by the Maryland Kennel Club, the show will be attended by 142 breeds. The show runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $3 for adults, $2 for seniors and $1.50 for children. For information, call (410) 243-0099.Breed .. .. .. Ring ... TimeAffenpinschers 6 8:30 a.m.Afghan Hounds 3 12:15 p.m.Affenpinschers 6 8:30 a.m.Afghan Hounds 3 12:15 p.m.Airedale Terriers 8 8:30 a.m.Akitas 4 8:30 a.m.Alaskan Malamutes 4 9:45 a.m.Amer.
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By From Staff Reports | December 23, 1994
NEW YORK -- Robert Bailey scored 22 points to rally St. Francis, N.Y., past UMES, 78-74, in a men's basketball game at the Physical Education Center last night. The Terriers (1-2) were 1-26 last season.The Fighting Hawks (3-5) led by 13 points at halftime, but were outscored 49-32 by the Terriers (1-2) in the second half. Kenya Mobley scored 19 points for UMES and Aaron McKinney added 17.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Mark Turgeon has often said that good teams need to win conference games on the road. But the Maryland men's basketball head coach might have added this corrollary: First, you need to establish dominance on your home floor. That suddenly has become an issue for the Terps, who entered the season with a 29-game winning streak against nonconference opponents at Comcast Center.  Saturday's 83-77 loss to Boston University was Maryland's second nonleague loss at home this season.
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By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2012
The newspaper ad promised Boston Terrier puppies and there they were, gamboling about an Annapolis breeder's kitchen, five or six of them, squirmy, sweet and wild. Tom Boeke knew which one it would be after only a minute. The one that sashayed right over, sat down and gave him some heart-melting puppy eye. "You know how you just know sometimes?" says Boeke who a few days later fixed a red bow onto the pup's collar thinking he was giving his friend Michael Muller a dog for Christmas.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2012
For five days last month, Bryan Harris had found everything he wanted in a college basketball program. Harris, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound combo guard, graduated from Southern in 2011 with no Division I scholarship offers. But a standout post-grad season with Massanutten Military Academy in Virginia earned him several DI offers, including one from Duquesne, which he accepted May 18 . Harris' happiness, however, proved to be fleeting. On May 23, Duquesne fired coach Ron Everhart , leaving Harris' status as a Dukes commitment utterly uncertain.
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By Edward Lee | February 15, 2012
Following Michigan's lead, Boston University announced Tuesday that the men's club team will move to Division I for the 2014 season. Coupled with the school's plan to build a new athletic field for the nationally-ranked field hockey team courtesy of a $3-million gift from Boston-based New Balance, the men's club team will compete in the America East conference, which already includes UMBC. “This is another giant step forward for our program, with strategic investments in programs that are vital to the continued development of our department and the enhanced national visibility of the BU Athletics' brand,” Mike Lynch, the school's assistant vice president and athletic director said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 15, 2008
Senior guard Jamell Beasley scored a season-high 17 points, including 12 in the second half, and added eight rebounds as fifth-seeded Towson overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to advance to the Colonial Athletic Association tournament semifinals with a 62-53 victory over fourth-seeded Drexel (18-12) last night at the Bob Carpenter Center. The Tigers (22-9) will play top-seeded Old Dominion today at 2:30 p.m. in the second semifinal. Beasley made five of 12 shots from the floor and was 6-for-8 from the free-throw line as Towson used a 26-7 run over a 12-minute span to earn its third straight win. Senior guard Holly Mahan added 15 points in the victory, and sophomore forward Kandace Davis had a team-high 11 rebounds to go with eight points.
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By Jennifer McMenamin | July 27, 2007
The Baltimore County couple who enlisted the help of private investigators, a helicopter pilot and a psychic in their search this week for their missing Yorkshire terrier expanded the hunt yesterday. Rhonda Fish and Brian Davis returned last night to the ravine in White Marsh where Reilly dashed away while out for a walk three days ago. This time, the couple went with a pair of women affiliated with Pet Hunters International who have search dogs trained to find missing pets. The tracking dogs are offered a toy or blanket that belongs to the missing pet and encouraged to pick up and follow the animal's scent, according to the Web site of the Maryland group, Pure Gold Pet Trackers.
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By Milton Kent | January 22, 1991
VS. BOSTON UNIVERSITY* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30 p.m.* WHERE: Cole Field House.* TV/RADIO: WBAL-AM 1090.* OUTLOOK: Last season's 65-61 loss to the Terriers on a cold, snowy night in a drafty, nearly-empty Boston Garden after a thrilling road win over Virginia was easily the lowest point of the year for Maryland. A loss to Boston University tonight could be equally distressing.The Terriers (6-9), who advanced to the NCAA tournament last season by winning the North Atlantic Conference, are struggling, shooting 43 percent.
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April 17, 1999
Sophomore Chrissy Lombard (Mount Hebron) scored a game-high seven goals and added two assists to power Boston University past host Towson, 15-3, in an America East women's lacrosse game last night.Amy Buck (Mount de Sales) led the Tigers (3-9, 2-2) with a pair of goals. Buck gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead in the first minute. But a minute later, Kristen Abruzzese evened the score. The Terriers (11-2, 4-0) scored the next five goals en route to the win.Kyle Rutkowski (Mount Hebron) recorded a hat trick and Ericka Hergenroeder (Severna Park)
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Sun | March 23, 2007
Over the river and through the woods is an apt description of the path that leads to the Hoffman house in Sparks, where tall trees are thick along winding two-lane roads, and an occasional log cabin or framed bungalow peeps from the hillsides. Four terriers bark out a welcome beyond the green iron gates of the property where a two-level home fits like a puzzle piece into the irregular grade of the land. "I live in a dog house," Donna Hoffman joked, plumping the pillows on her trundle bed in the home's second level, while her four "children" scamper about.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 6, 2005
BOSTON - Freshman midfielder Lauren Morton scored five goals and had an assist for a game-high six points, leading Boston University to a 20-5 victory over UMBC in the America East women's lacrosse tournament semifinals yesterday. The Terriers (16-1, 6-0) outscored the Retrievers 10-0 in the second half. Ali Levendusky had a team-high four goals to keep the Retrievers (5-10, 3-3) within reach in the first half.
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