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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
National champions Maryland and Salisbury came away with two awards each as the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced its Player of the Year winners during Saturday night's IWLCA All Amercian Banquet in Valley Forge, Pa. Maryland sophomore Taylor Cummings (McDonogh), already the Tewaaraton and Honda award winner and the Most Valuable Player in the Division I national tournament, was the Midfielder of the Year. Also for the Division I champs, junior Megan Douty, a Tewaaraton finalist, was named Defender of the Year.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
National champions Maryland and Salisbury came away with two awards each as the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced its Player of the Year winners during Saturday night's IWLCA All Amercian Banquet in Valley Forge, Pa. Maryland sophomore Taylor Cummings (McDonogh), already the Tewaaraton and Honda award winner and the Most Valuable Player in the Division I national tournament, was the Midfielder of the Year. Also for the Division I champs, junior Megan Douty, a Tewaaraton finalist, was named Defender of the Year.
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By Edward Lee | May 15, 2012
ESPN analyst Mark Dixon provided play by play for No. 1 seed Loyola's 17-5 thumping of Canisius in the NCAA tournament on Saturday. On Monday, he offered what he liked and what he didn't like in the Greyhounds' victory in the opening round. Wednesday and Thursday will feature Dixon's assessment of No. 2 seed Johns Hopkins' 19-9 demolition of Stony Brook and Maryland's 10-9 upset of No. 7 seed Lehigh, respectively, but here is what he thought of Loyola's win. What Dixon liked: “What I really liked was how [junior attackman]
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2014
In an unprecedented move, Albany's Miles and Lyle Thompson won the 2014 Tewaaraton Award, becoming the first players to share the honor. The brothers also became the first Native Americans to take home an award given to the top collegiate player in a sport that traces its roots to Native American origin. Miles and Lyle Thompson - Onondaga Indians who were honored on Thursday night at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. - are also the first pair of brothers win the award.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Duke (11-7) at No. 1 seed Maryland (20-1) Saturday, noon Outlook: In one of three all-Atlantic Coast Conference quarterfinals, the ACC champion Terps go for their fourth straight win over the Blue Devils. Beth Glaros (Wilde Lake) and Tewaaraton Award finalist Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) combined for 11 goals in the 19-10 Maryland win on March 1, but draw control made much of the difference as the Terps won 21 of 30, seven each by Cummings and Erin Collins. The Terps are aiming for a 12th national title.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | March 5, 2011
Tim Desko scored two of the last three goals by top-ranked Syracuse to give it the lead for good as the Orange (3-0) handed No. 2 Virginia its first loss of the seaon, 12-10, Friday at the Carrier Dome. Desko finished with a game-high five goals. The loss broke the three-game wining streak for the Cavaliers (3-1). Virginia's Shamel Bratton scored the first of his four goals at the 12:44 mark to give Virginia a 1-0 lead. Desko answered 18 seconds later to even the score. There were five ties in the game, but Virginia took a 8-7 lead at the half.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2011
A few years ago, one of Sarah Mollison's Maryland teammates squished her name together and ever since the 5-foot-5 senior attacker has had the nickname "Smalls. " Her contributions, however, have been anything but. Mollison, an All-American and 2011 Tewaaraton finalist, became only the sixth player in Maryland history to contribute 100 goals and 100 assists in her career. She ranks fifth on the Terps all-time points list (268) and fourth in assists (119). The Terrapins' playmaker leads the team in assists with 45, but has done a little bit more finishing recently and ranks second in goals with 52. In the 15-6 quarterfinal win over Princeton, she had four goals – three of them within 30 seconds.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2013
In the midst of Maryland's busiest stretch of the regular season, coach Cathy Reese has tried to stick to a time-tested philosophy: Don't worry about what your opponent is doing - just about what you can do to improve. On a frigid afternoon in College Park on Sunday, the top-ranked Terps gave Reese plenty to think about following a 16-11 win over up-and-coming Hofstra. Maryland (5-0) allowed a season-high 31 shots against the Pride, a team it held to just four goals a year ago. "[Monday]
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Mike Preston | May 27, 2011
Some of Steele Stanwick 's University of Virginia teammates have nicknamed him "Grandpa" because the Loyola graduate either walks like a really old man, or has one leg longer than the other. The limp is clearly noticeable. "He has always run like an old man, and combined with the injuries, he looked pathetic there for a while," said Virginia lacrosse coach Dom Starsia. But in the past two weeks, Stanwick, a junior attackman from Baltimore, has regained his All-American form from a year ago. He has carried the Cavaliers into the Final Four, limp and all. In an opening-round NCAA tournament win against Bucknell, Steele had five assists and three goals — two of which came in crunch time as Virginia edged the Bison, 13-12, in overtime.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2011
Jimmy Dailey, a fifth-year senior attackman, has always had the speed, the stick and the skills. Evan Douglass, his teammate on the Stevenson men's lacrosse team, can attest to that. But when Dailey began to add muscle to his lithe frame and get more physical in practice, Douglass realized that Dailey was evolving as a player. "He'll lower his shoulder and get into me a little more, and that kind of catches me off guard because I'm not used to that from him," said Douglass, who is not exactly a wallflower at 6 feet and 185 pounds.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2014
At first, Megan Douty ignored the call from the strange number lighting up her cellphone during class in College Park a few weeks ago. When the number showed up again, she had left class, so she answered. The news stopped her in her tracks. The call came from a Tewaaraton Foundation official congratulating the Maryland defender on being named a Tewaaraton Award finalist. Walking across campus, Douty froze as the words hit her: "Tewaaraton finalist. " She, a defender, was one of the top five players in all of women's college lacrosse this spring.
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Mike Preston | May 16, 2014
As soon as goalie Gunnar Waldt made the last save in the final seconds to preserve Bryant's 10-9 upset against Syracuse on Sunday night, his life changed. He got rock star status. "My cell phone and those of my family were blowing up," said Waldt, a sophomore out of St. Paul's. "I kept hearing about how I was on the news and sportscasts back home. And then I started to hear about awards, but all I'm trying to do is stay levelheaded and focused. " That will be easy for Waldt.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Duke (11-7) at No. 1 seed Maryland (20-1) Saturday, noon Outlook: In one of three all-Atlantic Coast Conference quarterfinals, the ACC champion Terps go for their fourth straight win over the Blue Devils. Beth Glaros (Wilde Lake) and Tewaaraton Award finalist Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) combined for 11 goals in the 19-10 Maryland win on March 1, but draw control made much of the difference as the Terps won 21 of 30, seven each by Cummings and Erin Collins. The Terps are aiming for a 12th national title.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
Singling out someone as the top player in any sport is never easy, and I certainly don't envy the task that awaits the Tewaaraton Foundation, which must choose from Loyola Maryland senior defenseman Joe Fletcher, Princeton senior midfielder Tom Schreiber, Albany junior attackman Lyle Thompson, Albany senior attackman Miles Thompson and Duke senior attackman Jordan Wolf as the winner of college lacrosse's version of the Heisman Trophy. But, as with any honor of this nature, there is bound to be some second-guessing.
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By Katherine Dunn | May 8, 2014
Maryland's Taylor Cummings and Megan Douty are among the five finalists announced Thursday for the women's Tewaaraton Award, given annually to the best player in college lacrosse. This is the second straight year the Terps have had two finalists. Katie Schwarzmann, who won the last two Tewaaratons, was joined by Alex Aust last season. Maryland players have won three of the past four Tewaaraton Awards and four in its 13-year history. In addition to Schwarzmann (Century), Caityln McFadden (Notre Dame Prep)
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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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Mike Preston | May 16, 2014
As soon as goalie Gunnar Waldt made the last save in the final seconds to preserve Bryant's 10-9 upset against Syracuse on Sunday night, his life changed. He got rock star status. "My cell phone and those of my family were blowing up," said Waldt, a sophomore out of St. Paul's. "I kept hearing about how I was on the news and sportscasts back home. And then I started to hear about awards, but all I'm trying to do is stay levelheaded and focused. " That will be easy for Waldt.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra will provide color commentary during Saturday's game involving Michigan at No. 5 Johns Hopkins. The former Syracuse All-American midfielder, who can be followed on Twitter via @paulcarcaterra, discussed the most surprising result of the weekend, his most impressive team of the season thus far and the upcoming rematch between No. 3 Maryland and No. 1 Loyola. Any surprising results from this past weekend? The most surprising results for the weekend was [No. 14]
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2014
The Tewaaraton Foundation announced the men's watch list for its annual award Thursday night . It's a large group, but there were a few players absent from the list that stood out to me. Locally, I was surprised that Loyola junior attackman Nikko Pontrello was missing. He leads Division I in goals with 15 and is tied with Duke senior attackman Jordan Wolf for the national lead in points with 19. UMBC could have had a couple candidates in senior attackman Matt Gregoire and sophomore midfielder Pat Young.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2014
Nine women from Maryland colleges and six more who played high school lacrosse in the Baltimore area were among 50 players named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List, announced Thursday in New York City. Maryland is one of five schools -- all from the Atlantic Coast Conference -- to have three nominees on the watch list for the most prestigious award in college lacrosse. Terps Taylor Cummings (McDonogh), Brooke Griffin (South River) and Kelly McPartland join Loyola's Marlee Paton and Taryn Van Thof , Johns Hopkins' Taylor D'Amore, Navy's Loren Generi and Towson goalie Kelsea Donnelly (South River)
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