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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | December 21, 1990
Joe Boylan, a Baltimore native who has spent the last 17 years at Rutgers, today was named athletic director at Loyola College. He succeeds Tom Brennan, who resigned Oct. 1 to become athletic director at San Jose State.A veteran of 22 years in college coaching and administration, Boylan is a 1956 graduate of Milford Mill High School. He has been the assistant athletic director at Rutgers for the last six years and was the associate head basketball coach under Tom Young from 1973 to 1985.For the last six years Boylan has been charge of the academic support program for the 1,200 athletes in Rutgers' 32- spot program.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | March 8, 1994
ALBANY, N.Y. -- The championship game of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament was just like Tracy Bergan's career at Loyola -- a roller coaster ride.Bergan's stay at Loyola appeared over in April 1992, when personal problems led him to withdraw from the school. On two other occasions, most recently at the end of the fall semester, academic shortcomings caused him to miss games. Last night, his team looked finished when it fell 16 points behind Manhattan in the first half.But Bergan got back into school, and now the Greyhounds are going to their first NCAA Division I tournament.
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By Bill Tanton | February 1, 1991
The Loyola-Towson State basketball game coming up Monday night at the Towson Center may be the best local matchup of the season. Both teams are rolling right now.Loyola has upset Iona and Siena in its last two starts. That's even more impressive than the Greyhounds' midseason, back-to-back wins last year over Army and Navy.Loyola appears to have turned the corner under second-year coach Tom Schneider. The win over Iona, whose talent was clearly superior, was a coaching victory for Schneider.
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By Bill Tanton | December 1, 1992
You have to feel a little sorry for Tom Schneider, Loyol College's basketball coach.Here's a man who is in the last year of a four-year contract. He had already lost three key players from a year ago -- No. 2 all-time scorer Kevin Green, swing man Kevin Anderson and point guard Tracy Bergan.And just before this season -- which officially begins tonight when the Greyhounds visit Towson State at 7:30 -- Schneider loses a man who would have been his best player this year, Michael Reese.Reese, 6 feet 8, who was a starter at Boston College three years ago, could well have been the best player in Maryland outside College Park.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | March 8, 1994
ALBANY, N.Y. -- The championship game of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament was just like Tracy Bergan's career at Loyola -- a roller coaster ride.Bergan's stay at Loyola appeared over in April 1992, when personal problems led him to withdraw from the school. On two other occasions, most recently at the end of the fall semester, academic shortcomings caused him to miss games. Last night, his team looked finished when it fell 16 points behind Manhattan in the first half.But Bergan got back into school, and now the Greyhounds are going to their first NCAA Division I tournament.
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By Bill Tanton | December 1, 1992
You have to feel a little sorry for Tom Schneider, Loyol College's basketball coach.Here's a man who is in the last year of a four-year contract. He had already lost three key players from a year ago -- No. 2 all-time scorer Kevin Green, swing man Kevin Anderson and point guard Tracy Bergan.And just before this season -- which officially begins tonight when the Greyhounds visit Towson State at 7:30 -- Schneider loses a man who would have been his best player this year, Michael Reese.Reese, 6 feet 8, who was a starter at Boston College three years ago, could well have been the best player in Maryland outside College Park.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 16, 1996
River Hill and Hammond have hired boys varsity basketball coaches for the coming season.Former Loyola College men's basketball coach Tom Schneider is River Hill's first boys varsity basketball coach, and Mark Murray, Hammond's JV coach last season, replaces Mike Mongelli as Bears varsity coach.Schneider signed a contract last Thursday, said River Hill athletic director Don Van Deusen, adding: "He's obviously got a lot of basketball knowledge."In addition to his stint at Loyola College from 1989-1994, where his teams were 31-64, Schneider has held two other college head coaching jobs -- at Lehigh from 1983-1985 and at the University of Pennsylvania from 1985-1989.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | April 13, 1994
The search for a men's basketball coach at Loyola College has come down to the Final Four.In the next two days, Loyola athletic director Joe Boylan is expected to name a successor to Skip Prosser.The field has been pared to four assistant coaches: Phil Martelli of St. Joseph's (Pa.), Jerry Dunn of Penn State, Stan Van Gundy of Wisconsin and Brian Ellerbe of Virginia.Van Gundy and Dunn, who interviewed at Loyola yesterday, could not be reached for comment. Martelli,whose St. Joseph's team beat the Greyhounds at Reitz Arena in December, also could not be reached.
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April 23, 1991
Season tickets for the 1991 University of Maryland football season are now on sale at the school's ticket office.The package, which costs $103, includes 11 home and away games. The season opener, against Virginia on Sept. 7, will be played in newly renovated Byrd Stadium. The Nov. 9 home game against Penn State will be played at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium.For more information or to order tickets, contact Cole Field House at (301) 314-7070 or 1-800-462-TERP.'91 Maryland Football Schedule Sept.
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By Kent Baker | November 28, 1990
The Loyola College basketball team will begin to discover tonight just how strong it is after a season-opening victory against George Washington.Lionel Simmons, an All-American for La Salle last season, has moved to the National Basketball Association, but the Explorers still are the preseason Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference favorite.The Greyhounds face a ton of trouble when they play at the Philadelphia Civic Center."They're not as good," said Loyola coach Tom Schneider. "But they're still awfully good."
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By Bill Tanton | February 1, 1991
The Loyola-Towson State basketball game coming up Monday night at the Towson Center may be the best local matchup of the season. Both teams are rolling right now.Loyola has upset Iona and Siena in its last two starts. That's even more impressive than the Greyhounds' midseason, back-to-back wins last year over Army and Navy.Loyola appears to have turned the corner under second-year coach Tom Schneider. The win over Iona, whose talent was clearly superior, was a coaching victory for Schneider.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | December 21, 1990
Joe Boylan, a Baltimore native who has spent the last 17 years at Rutgers, today was named athletic director at Loyola College. He succeeds Tom Brennan, who resigned Oct. 1 to become athletic director at San Jose State.A veteran of 22 years in college coaching and administration, Boylan is a 1956 graduate of Milford Mill High School. He has been the assistant athletic director at Rutgers for the last six years and was the associate head basketball coach under Tom Young from 1973 to 1985.For the last six years Boylan has been charge of the academic support program for the 1,200 athletes in Rutgers' 32- spot program.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | March 24, 1993
Loyola could find its new basketball coach at another Jesuit school.The Greyhounds will interview finalists and possibly name their new coach next week, and the short list includes Xavier's Skip Prosser and La Salle's Joe Mihalich, assistants at other Jesuit colleges.Prosser, 42, has spent the past eight seasons at Xavier, which made its seventh NCAA appearance in eight years last week, losing to Indiana in the second round. A native of Pittsburgh, he's been the recruiting coordinator the last six years.
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By Special to The Sun | December 9, 1990
AUSTIN, Texas -- Loyola College hit 68 percent from the field in the last 20 minutes and came away with an 85-72 victory over Sam Houston State in the consolation game of the Longhorn Classic at the Erwin Special Events Center on the University of Texas campus.Kevin Green scored a game-high 28 points for Loyola (3-4), including 20 in the second half, when the Baltimore school made 17 of its 25 shots from the field. After a controlled first half (eight turnovers, the lowest in a first half this year)
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