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By Katherine Dunn | May 10, 2009
Colgate (14-4) @ No. 2 Maryland (19-0) What: NCAA women's lacrosse tournament first round Where: Maryland Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex, College Park When: Sunday, noon Outlook: In their 20th straight appearance in the NCAA tournament, the Terrapins draw a team they have never played - the Patriot League champ, which won its tournament final, 17-4, over Navy. Maryland, which has a record 10 national women's lacrosse titles, is one of only two unbeaten teams in the draw, along with four-time defending champion Northwestern.
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September 29, 2011
Seniors and former Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference standouts Steele Stanwick and Chris Clements were chosen to be two of the four captains of the University of Virginia men's lacrosse team Thursday afternoon. The other two captains named are midfielders Colin Briggs and Matt Kuglar. Clements moved to defense in January from shortstick defensive midfielder position and also saw time as a longstick midfielder. The St. Paul's grad appeared in all 18 games in 2011, starting 14. He picked up 46 groundballs and caused 13 turnovers.
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September 29, 2011
Seniors and former Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference standouts Steele Stanwick and Chris Clements were chosen to be two of the four captains of the University of Virginia men's lacrosse team Thursday afternoon. The other two captains named are midfielders Colin Briggs and Matt Kuglar. Clements moved to defense in January from shortstick defensive midfielder position and also saw time as a longstick midfielder. The St. Paul's grad appeared in all 18 games in 2011, starting 14. He picked up 46 groundballs and caused 13 turnovers.
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By Nelson Coffin | June 3, 2011
Steele Stanwick led Loyola Blakefield to back-to-back Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championships in 2007-08 before doing the same for the University of Virginia this spring. On Thursday evening, the junior attackman from Roland Park garnered the sport's top individual honor as well, winning the coveted Tewaaraton Trophy, awarded annually to the top male collegiate lacrosse player. Stanwick becomes the third Cavalier and the first former Baltimore-area prep player to win the award since Friends School grad and Johns Hopkins senior midfielder Kyle Harrison was picked in 2005.
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By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | June 6, 2001
Lutherville sculptor Frederick Kail never played lacrosse, but that didn't keep him from capturing its speed, grace and athleticism for the Tewaaraton Trophy. The trophy will be given to the best male and female college players today in Washington. Kail will attend the award dinner to unveil the inaugural trophy. One original will be permanently housed at the University Club of Washington, the award sponsor. An identical trophy, with the winners' names added every year, will be displayed in Baltimore's National Lacrosse Museum and Hall of Fame on West University Parkway.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | March 28, 2009
For many lacrosse players, the first 48 hours of the week - which usually begin after Saturday's slate of games and end with Monday's practices - seemingly take forever. That was especially true for Shane Koppens, who spent many waking moments reviewing his scoreless performance in Loyola's 8-6 upset loss to Massachusetts last Saturday. "I couldn't wait to practice on Monday," the fifth-year senior attackman said. "I wanted to get out there and score the first goal in practice. I don't like not playing up to my potential."
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,katherine.dunn@baltsun.com | May 22, 2009
At 5 feet 4, Amber Falcone doesn't look all that imposing for a lacrosse defender - until you watch what the North Carolina senior can do to an opponent. "I always say she's 5-foot-4 playing like 6-foot-4. She is really tough," said Courtney Vaughn, her high school coach at Winters Mill. Other than height, Falcone is blessed with every asset to be a top defensive player in NCAA Division I women's lacrosse. She's physically strong and has great speed, superb instincts and no off switch.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2010
After a week of collecting accolades, the Maryland women's lacrosse team took its first step toward collecting another NCAA title Saturday — and looked every bit like a champion. The top-seeded Terrapins overwhelmed upstart Marist in the opening round of the NCAA tournament, taking the game's first 13 shots and building a 10-goal lead by late in the first half in a 20-5 win. "Accolades come from all of our team's success, and we can't wait to keep playing in the tournament," said senior Caitlyn McFadden (Notre Dame Prep)
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April 18, 2006
The quiz E-3 -- Name the Orioles first baseman who 15 years ago today commited four errors in an 11-inning, 4-3 loss to the Brewers, tying the American League single-game record. Answer below Moves Baseball GIANTS -- Placed 1B Lance Niekro on bereavement list. Recalled IF Travis Ishikawa from Double-A Connecticut. MARLINS -- Placed OF Jeremy Hermida on 15-day DL with right hip flexor and P Carlos Martinez on 15-day DL with right elbow strain. Purchased contract of OF Matt Cepicky from Triple-A Albuquerque.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | July 5, 2002
It's almost laughable to former U.S. national lacrosse team stalwart Zach Colburn that the rap on this year's American squad is that it is far too inexperienced. After all, one look at the team - which is in Perth, Australia, this week, looking to bring home Team USA's sixth straight International Lacrosse Federation world championship - shows four members of the 2001 NCAA champions and three from this year's winning team. Then there's the NCAA's reigning Player of the Year (Syracuse's Michael Powell)
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April 21, 2011
The Tewaaraton Award is given to the top player in college lacrosse. The final 25 nominees were released this week. The expansion of lacrosse means that there are many good players, but fewer megastars. Exceptional defensive coaching stands in the way of individual domination. Remember when Gary Gait and the Powell brothers were unstoppable? Or when Yale midfielder Jon Reese scored 82 goals in 1990? This year, the national leader is Trevor Moore of Robert Morris with just 42 goals.
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By Quint Kessenich, The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2011
With six Saturday's remaining in the regular season, it's time to hand out our mid-term grades. Syracuse and Notre Dame have aced their tests, while Maryland and Princeton need some extra help. Rob Pannell and Nicky Galasso headline the Dean's List, while Loyola hopes to shed the dunce cap. Study up, the final exam is scheduled for Memorial Day. They get an A+ Rob Pannell: Cornell's junior attackman leads the nation with 5.5 points per game and has 116 career assists to lead all active players.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2010
Not long after Caitlyn McFadden began her Maryland lacrosse career, her mother realized that all the press clippings would never fit into one scrapbook. In her first Terrapins game, McFadden had three goals, three ground balls and two caused turnovers — a precursor to the National Midfielder of the Year she would become in 2009. "After her freshman year, I knew there was no way it was all going to go into one scrapbook," Mary Clare McFadden said. "All the way back to high school even, I think I knew it was going to be more than one. Just the whole drawer full of stuff I had collected and she hadn't even gone to college yet."
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2010
After a week of collecting accolades, the Maryland women's lacrosse team took its first step toward collecting another NCAA title Saturday — and looked every bit like a champion. The top-seeded Terrapins overwhelmed upstart Marist in the opening round of the NCAA tournament, taking the game's first 13 shots and building a 10-goal lead by late in the first half in a 20-5 win. "Accolades come from all of our team's success, and we can't wait to keep playing in the tournament," said senior Caitlyn McFadden (Notre Dame Prep)
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,katherine.dunn@baltsun.com | May 22, 2009
At 5 feet 4, Amber Falcone doesn't look all that imposing for a lacrosse defender - until you watch what the North Carolina senior can do to an opponent. "I always say she's 5-foot-4 playing like 6-foot-4. She is really tough," said Courtney Vaughn, her high school coach at Winters Mill. Other than height, Falcone is blessed with every asset to be a top defensive player in NCAA Division I women's lacrosse. She's physically strong and has great speed, superb instincts and no off switch.
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By Katherine Dunn | May 10, 2009
Colgate (14-4) @ No. 2 Maryland (19-0) What: NCAA women's lacrosse tournament first round Where: Maryland Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex, College Park When: Sunday, noon Outlook: In their 20th straight appearance in the NCAA tournament, the Terrapins draw a team they have never played - the Patriot League champ, which won its tournament final, 17-4, over Navy. Maryland, which has a record 10 national women's lacrosse titles, is one of only two unbeaten teams in the draw, along with four-time defending champion Northwestern.
SPORTS
April 21, 2011
The Tewaaraton Award is given to the top player in college lacrosse. The final 25 nominees were released this week. The expansion of lacrosse means that there are many good players, but fewer megastars. Exceptional defensive coaching stands in the way of individual domination. Remember when Gary Gait and the Powell brothers were unstoppable? Or when Yale midfielder Jon Reese scored 82 goals in 1990? This year, the national leader is Trevor Moore of Robert Morris with just 42 goals.
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By Quint Kessenich, The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2011
With six Saturday's remaining in the regular season, it's time to hand out our mid-term grades. Syracuse and Notre Dame have aced their tests, while Maryland and Princeton need some extra help. Rob Pannell and Nicky Galasso headline the Dean's List, while Loyola hopes to shed the dunce cap. Study up, the final exam is scheduled for Memorial Day. They get an A+ Rob Pannell: Cornell's junior attackman leads the nation with 5.5 points per game and has 116 career assists to lead all active players.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | March 28, 2009
For many lacrosse players, the first 48 hours of the week - which usually begin after Saturday's slate of games and end with Monday's practices - seemingly take forever. That was especially true for Shane Koppens, who spent many waking moments reviewing his scoreless performance in Loyola's 8-6 upset loss to Massachusetts last Saturday. "I couldn't wait to practice on Monday," the fifth-year senior attackman said. "I wanted to get out there and score the first goal in practice. I don't like not playing up to my potential."
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