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By Glenn P. Graham and Lem Satterfield and Glenn P. Graham and Lem Satterfield,FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 23, 2001
Lightning and rain throughout the metro area postponed several state and private-league lacrosse tournament games yesterday. The Class 2A-1A boys state championship between Pikesville and Southern-Anne Arundel was stopped in the first quarter with Pikesville holding a 1-0 lead. The game will resume at 3 p.m. today at UMBC Stadium. The 2A-1A girls championship between Hereford and Southern-Anne Arundel, originally scheduled for 8 last night, already had been pushed back to today. That game will be played at 5 p.m. at Catonsville High.
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Trevor Hass and The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2014
Maryland baseball coach John Szefc paused and looked forward, trying to articulate just how special it was to be part of the Terps ' first NCAA tournament team in 43 years. Szefc was just 4 years old when Maryland lost its first two games in Gastonia, N.C., in the 1971 national tourney. "It's kind of hard for me to wrap my mind around that," Szefc said. Since then, the program has endured 27 losing seasons in 43 years, failing to compete with perennial Atlantic Coast Conference powerhouses such as North Carolina State, Georgia Tech, Virginia and Florida State.
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By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | March 21, 1997
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Gary Fedorochko isn't a fan who paints his body in team colors, wears zany wigs or cheers while shirtless in freezing weather.He's way beyond that.This from a guy who calls March a holy month, gives up dating, and drives and flies 15,000 miles cross country just to catch nearly two dozen college tournament basketball games in person.Last week Fedorochko went back and forth in North Carolina for the NCAA championships. This week he is bouncing from coast to coast for more.
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From Sun staff reports | May 15, 2014
Nick Delp turned in a flawless baseball performance Wednesday for No. 3 Calvert Hall. The junior threw a perfect game, striking out five, as the host Cardinals (21-6) defeated No. 15 Mount St. Joseph, 5-0, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament game. The Gaels (13-14) were eliminated. Calvert Hall scored single runs in the first two innings and three in the third. The Cardinals, who lost, 9-3, Monday to No. 8 Archbishop Curley, must face the host Friars on Friday at 4 p.m., with the winner advancing to the championship against No.2 Archbishop Spalding on Sunday at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen.
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March 17, 2006
Are you taking time away from work to watch the NCAA tournament? We prefer the term "productivity enhancement breaks" to refer to our time Webcasting tournament games during business hours. Production goes up exponentially when our 14 seed selection wins on the 1 o'clock feed. Michael S. Herman Sr. Baldwin No way! It's sunny and 50, and it's time to play golf. I will watch the tournament games after golf and while I'm playing Texas Hold 'em with my buddies! Bob Mulreaney Timonium
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August 10, 2011
Bull Dog Flag Football is registering for the fall season, which runs Sept. 18 to Dec. 18 and includes post-season and tournament games. Games are played in Baltimore, Howard and Anne Arundel counties and the Glen Burnie area on Sundays (tournament games on Saturdays). Registration fee for 9-man and 8-man IE is $500, plus officials fees; registration for 5-man is $350, plus official fees. To register, go to eteamz.com/mdbulldogflagfootball. For more information, contact David Mitchell, BDFFL commissioner, 4BullDogFlagFootball@msn.com or 410-409-4866.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | March 29, 1993
SEATTLE -- It hadn't been a pleasurable tournament for Jalen Rose. Michigan's second-leading scorer a year ago and a huge reason why the Wolverines made it to the Final Four, Rose came to Seattle having been yanked in overtime of the team's second-round win over UCLA."
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By James H. Jackson | December 29, 1991
Diane Jasper of Laurel and Jeff Pyles of Hyattsville have been named Duckpin Bowlers of the Year by the National Duckpin Bowling Congress.This is the fifth time that Jasper and the sixth time that Pyles have been earned this honor. Jasper led the nation's women bowlers with a 143.5 average in 229 league games and a 144.7 average in 156 tournament games for a composite average of 144.09. Theresa Pearson of Harwood was second, .262 pins in average behind. Bernadette Vece of Baltimore was third (141.
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By BILL ORDINE | May 13, 2008
In case you missed the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament games last weekend -- and most of you did miss them, because you don't get ESPNU -- Johns Hopkins, Navy and Maryland advanced to the quarterfinals. UMBC almost upset Virginia before falling, and Loyola hung tough before succumbing to No. 1 Duke. One of the questions we received upon arriving in the office this morning was: Why, with five area teams in the tournament, didn't any local stations carry games this weekend? The answer: They couldn't.
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May 21, 2000
NCAA women's Div. I championship No. 1 Maryland (20-0) vs. No. 2 Princeton (15-3) Site: Lions Stadium, Ewing, N.J. Time: 3:10 p.m. TV: Comcast CN8 Skinny: The Terrapins are going for a sixth straight national championship, but that's just one of many streaks they will try to keep alive today. They've won 15straight national tournament games and have been ranked No.1 for 22straight weeks. Their five national titles is also the longest active run in all of DivisionI sports. While the Atlantic Coast Conference champs seek to prolong their domination, the Tigers are in the title game for the first time since 1995.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
This may not qualify as good news for Washington College, the Rochester Institute of Technology or Tufts - three of the four teams left in the NCAA Division III tournament - but Salisbury's suffocating defense has gotten stronger courtesy of the return of short-stick defensive midfielder Tim Stone. The senior sat out the first 17 games of the season while battling a hip injury and returned for the first time to play in the team's 12-6 victory over Frostburg State in a Capital Athletic Conference tournament semifinal on April 26. Adding Stone to pair with freshman Brendan Bromwell and back up sophomores Preston Dabbs and Davis Anderson gives the Sea Gulls (20-1)
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From Sun staff reports | May 1, 2014
Joel Kenney pitched 6 1/3 innings and Zach Stoll came in to record the last two outs as No. 12 Mount Saint Joseph baseball upset top-ranked host Calvert Hall, 5-3, Thursday in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game. Ed Nottingham and Tony Caporlette led the offense with two hits each. Mount Saint Joe improved to 10-11, 6-7. The Cardinals fell to 17-4, 10-3. No. 9 North Harford 8, Patterson Mill 5: Winner Nic Hammer struck out five in seven innings as the visiting Hawks beat the Huskies.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2014
Towson's story was neatly summarized on the black T-shirts players wore during warm-ups. “Started from the bottom,” the shirts said in block lettering, along with “1-31,” the team's record two seasons ago. Left unsaid was that this moment - the second-seeded Tigers' opening game in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament Saturday night at Baltimore Arena - offered the promise of the next significant step in their ascent. Towson hadn't won a CAA tournament game in four years until it wore down foul-riddled James Madison and prevailed, 80-71, behind 18 points by two-time CAA Player of the Year Jerrelle Benimon and four 3-pointers and 21 points by sophomore guard Four McGlynn.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2013
As if the No. 7 seed Towson football team didn't have enough to worry about for a NCAA Football Championship Subdivision tournament quarterfinal game against No. 2 seed Eastern Illinois, three more factors are impacting the Tigers' week of preparation for Friday night's game. The Tigers (11-2) did not learn until Sunday morning that they would face the Panthers (12-1) at O'Brien Field in Charleston, Ill., at 8 p.m. Snow and freezing rain have hampered the team's ability to practice Sunday and Monday, and the school is still waiting for notification from the NCAA about its travel plans.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2013
Towson has faced some of the top offenses in the Football Championship Subdivision and slowed high-powered opponents like Delaware, New Hampshire and Richmond en route to victories. But Saturday's second-round game of the NCAA tournament at Johnny Unitas Stadium may bring a different challenge. Fordham (12-1) ranks first in the FBS in completion percentage (70.4) and fourth in average yards (358.3). The aerial attack has helped the Rams rank 12th in scoring, averaging 38.3 points per game.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2013
One of the biggest assets sophomore forward Tre Pulliam brings to Archbishop Curley's soccer team is his tough-to-match speed. His ability to finish is another. Both were on display in two important minutes of Saturday's game against Broadneck. Pulliam scored a goal in each half, both times getting behind the Bruins' defense and finishing with precision to give the No. 5 Friars a 2-1 win over host and No. 8 Broadneck at the Bruins Soccer Mixer. "Tre has very good speed," Curley coach Barry Stitz said.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2001
It is kind of fitting that Maryland's unsung field hockey team will be shooting for its second national championship in three years this weekend far from the bright lights of the big cities. Kent State University in Ohio fits right in with the low-key personality of the 19-3 Terrapins. There are no superstars or permanent captains on this team, although it is ranked No. 1 by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and seeded second in the NCAA tournament. But here the Terps are, in the final four for the third straight year and the sixth time in school history, looking for Maryland's fourth national title.
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By TODD KARPOVICH and TODD KARPOVICH,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 23, 2005
College Park -- The road to this year's College Cup could go through Ludwig Field, where the Maryland Terrapins have not lost a game all season. Despite the home-field advantage, Maryland(16-4-1) knows that opposing teams are coming with a little extra fire to try and knock off the tournament's No. 1 seed. Last night, unseeded Brown gave the Terps all they could handle for 90 minutes before bowing, 1-0, in a feisty second-round match. The Terps will next play host to St. John's on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Ludwig Field, marking the third consecutive season the teams will meet in the tournament.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | July 25, 2013
The 14th annual Cal Ripken World Series will be played at the Ripken Experience complex in Aberdeen Aug. 9 to 18. "Bringing the Cal Ripken World Series back to Aberdeen, year after year, continues to cement Aberdeen as one of the top baseball destinations in the country," MLB Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. said. "This event showcases the next generation of baseball with the best 12U baseball players on the planet. " The CRWS is where the world comes to play, the Ripken Way, and is the culminating tournament of the Babe Ruth League's 12U Cal Ripken Division.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2013
When the 16-team bracket for the NCAA tournament was unveiled Sunday night, Ohio State scooped up the third seed, leapfrogging teams like Eastern College Athletic Conference rival Denver and Atlantic Coast Conference tournament champion North Carolina for the higher seed. It was a remarkable reward for a Buckeyes team (12-3) that was teetering on the fault line for earning an at-large spot in the NCAA tournament. That journey is what makes the Sunday's first-round contest against Towson (10-7)
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