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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 17, 1994
Johns Hopkins saved its best for last against Maryland yesterday, and it proved to be enough.The No. 6 Blue Jays scored four straight goals in the final nine minutes of the game, including two on extra-man situations, to come away with a 12-10 win over the eighth-ranked Terps before a homecoming crowd of 9,524 at Homewood Field.Maryland (5-4) had gone up 10-8 with 11:57 remaining, but Terps' defenseman Dan Radebaugh was called for a one-minute, unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty with 9:32 left, opening the door for Hopkins.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | April 17, 1994
Johns Hopkins saved its best for last against Maryland yesterday, and it proved to be enough.The No. 6 Blue Jays scored four straight goals in the final nine minutes of the game, including two on extra-man situations, to come away with a 12-10 win over the eighth-ranked Terps before a homecoming crowd of 9,524 at Homewood Field.Maryland (5-4) had gone up 10-8 with 11:57 remaining, but Terps' defenseman Dan Radebaugh was called for a one-minute, unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty with 9:32 left, opening the door for Hopkins.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 11, 1992
Squash any bright ideas that Kevin Anderson might step from the basketball court to the lacrosse goal at Loyola.Freshman Tim McGeeney is the goalie, period. In the opening two victories, McGeeney has a .680 save percentage and, in coach Dave Cottle's words, has "played very well."Anderson, a goalie in high school but a midfielder for most of his time at Loyola, tended goal in four wins last year before eventual champion North Carolina peppered him in the NCAA tournament. Now that the Greyhounds' basketball season is over, he has rejoined the lacrosse squad, but Cottle isn't sure where to play him.Cottle has little concern about his offense at this point after 34 goals in the opening two wins.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | April 11, 1994
For Loyola, the No. 1 ranking has just one meaning -- it is still undefeated.The Greyhounds (7-0), the only undefeated Division I team, received 10 of 11 possible first-place votes to take over the top spot for only the second time in school history. Princeton, which held the top ranking for the previous three weeks, lost to Brown on Saturday, allowing Loyola to climb one spot."We're excited to be No. 1, but all it means is that we are still undefeated and everyone else has lost," Loyola coach Dave Cottle said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | April 11, 1994
For Loyola, the No. 1 ranking has just one meaning -- it is still undefeated.The Greyhounds (7-0), the only undefeated Division I team, received 10 of 11 possible first-place votes to take over the top spot for only the second time in school history. Princeton, which held the top ranking for the previous three weeks, lost to Brown on Saturday, allowing Loyola to climb one spot."We're excited to be No. 1, but all it means is that we are still undefeated and everyone else has lost," Loyola coach Dave Cottle said.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 11, 1992
Squash any bright ideas that Kevin Anderson might step from the basketball court to the lacrosse goal at Loyola.Freshman Tim McGeeney is the goalie, period. In the opening two victories, McGeeney has a .680 save percentage and, in coach Dave Cottle's words, has "played very well."Anderson, a goalie in high school but a midfielder for most of his time at Loyola, tended goal in four wins last year before eventual champion North Carolina peppered him in the NCAA tournament. Now that the Greyhounds' basketball season is over, he has rejoined the lacrosse squad, but Cottle isn't sure where to play him.Cottle has little concern about his offense at this point after 34 goals in the opening two wins.
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December 29, 2003
On Friday, December 26, 2003, SUSAN A. LAWRENCE, 44, af ter a long and cou rageous battle with multiple sclerosis, beloved daughter of McEllen (Mackie) Lawrence and the late John H. Lawrence, Jr., sister of Dr. John H. Lawrence, III, Pat Kane, Terry Riordan and Jennifer Wright. Also survived by nine nieces and nephews. Susan was a graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School and D'Airgon's School of Cosmotology and had worked at Stewarts and Hutzler's of Towson. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, December 30 at 11 A. M in the Lady Chapel of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.
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By From Staff Reports | April 2, 1995
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Senior attackman Brian Piccola scored five goals to lead top-ranked Johns Hopkins to a 13-9 victory over No. 11 North Carolina before 2,000 at Fetzer Field. It was the sixth time that Piccola has scored five or more goals in his career.Attackman Terry Riordan had three goals and an assist and attackman Dave Marr added four assists for Hopkins (6-0).Trailing 9-3 a minute into the second half, the Tar Heels rallied. Carolina scored the last three goals of the third quarter and three of the first five goals of the fourth to cut the lead to 11-9 with 2:51 left.
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By From Staff Reports | April 27, 1994
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Sophomore midfielder Milford Marchant (Severna Park) broke a 6-6 deadlock with 15 seconds left in the third quarter and started a 9-0 run as No. 6 Johns Hopkins (6-3) downed host No. 15 Hofstra (6-4), 15-7, in a Division I game last night.Sophomore attackman Dave Marr and freshman midfielders Billy Evans (Loyola) and Warner Krueger (Centennial) scored in the opening five minutes of the fourth quarter.Marr led the Blue Jays with four goals and two assists, and Terry Riordan, Brian Piccola and Michael Noonan each scored twice.
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By Paul McMullen and Marc Bouchard and Paul McMullen and Marc Bouchard,Staff Writers | May 3, 1993
A huge stop by freshman goalie Jonathan Marcus and simultaneous mistakes by Towson State triggered Johns Hopkins' 11-9 victory over the Tigers Saturday night.Towson State, fighting for its playoff life, had scored seven straight goals and was ready to make it 8-1 with 9:20 left in the third quarter when Marcus stopped an extra-man, point-blank shot by the Tigers' Bob Doherty. Three minutes later the Blue Jays broke a scoring drought of 26:41, and after a slash and an unsportsmanlike conduct on Towson State, Terry Riordan scored his second goal in seven seconds.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 11, 1992
Squash any bright ideas that Kevin Anderson might step from the basketball court to the lacrosse goal at Loyola.Freshman Tim McGeeney is the goalie, period. In the opening two victories, McGeeney has a .680 save percentage and, in coach Dave Cottle's words, has "played very well."Anderson, a goalie in high school but a midfielder for most of his time at Loyola, tended goal in four wins last year before eventual champion North Carolina peppered him in the NCAA tournament. Now that the Greyhounds' basketball season is over, he has rejoined the lacrosse squad, but Cottle isn't sure where to play him.Cottle has little concern about his offense at this point after 34 goals in the opening two wins.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 11, 1992
Squash any bright ideas that Kevin Anderson might step from the basketball court to the lacrosse goal at Loyola.Freshman Tim McGeeney is the goalie, period. In the opening two victories, McGeeney has a .680 save percentage and, in coach Dave Cottle's words, has "played very well."Anderson, a goalie in high school but a midfielder for most of his time at Loyola, tended goal in four wins last year before eventual champion North Carolina peppered him in the NCAA tournament. Now that the Greyhounds' basketball season is over, he has rejoined the lacrosse squad, but Cottle isn't sure where to play him.Cottle has little concern about his offense at this point after 34 goals in the opening two wins.
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By From Staff Reports | April 26, 1995
Milford Marchant scored all three of his goals in a second-half run as top-ranked Johns Hopkins pulled away from Hofstra, 15-11, before 5,248 last night at Hofstra Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y. The Blue Jays (10-0) reached the 10-win mark for the second time in six seasons.After the Flying Dutchmen (7-4) tied the game at 8 with six minutes left in the third quarter, Marchant scored back-to-back unassisted goals in a 32-second span that gave the Blue Jays only their second lead of the game at 9-8.Terry Riordan had four goals and two assists for Hopkins, which outshot Hofstra 56-39.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 14, 2002
Gary Gait will serve double duty in next Sunday's Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game, to be held at 4 p.m. at Prince George's Stadium in Bowie. The midfielder and coach of the Bayhawks was selected as a player and, with the Bayhawks leading the National Division with a 6-2 record, he also will coach the National team. He will be joined by six other Bayhawks, including attackmen Mark Millon and Tom Marechek and goalie Greg Cattrano. The other Bayhawks on the team are midfielders Josh Sims and Paul Cantabene and defender Brian Reese.
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