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By Dean Jones Jr and The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Despite not allowing an earned run, Maryland split its two games Tuesday to start this year's Heartland Classic baseball tournament in Norman, Okla. Tayler Stiles (Bishop McNamara) set a tournament record for strikeouts in a seven-inning game with 16 as Maryland defeated Georgia, 3-0, to rebound from an earlier 3-2 loss to host Oklahoma. Stiles, who will play at Maryland next season, allowed two hits and walked two batters in the complete-game victory. The state's high school all-star team rallied to tie its first game Tuesday in the top of the seventh inning, but Oklahoma scored its third unearned run of the game in the bottom of the frame for a one-run victory.
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By Dean Jones Jr and The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Despite not allowing an earned run, Maryland split its two games Tuesday to start this year's Heartland Classic baseball tournament in Norman, Okla. Tayler Stiles (Bishop McNamara) set a tournament record for strikeouts in a seven-inning game with 16 as Maryland defeated Georgia, 3-0, to rebound from an earlier 3-2 loss to host Oklahoma. Stiles, who will play at Maryland next season, allowed two hits and walked two batters in the complete-game victory. The state's high school all-star team rallied to tie its first game Tuesday in the top of the seventh inning, but Oklahoma scored its third unearned run of the game in the bottom of the frame for a one-run victory.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 22, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Maryland won its second straight Atlantic Coast Conference volleyball championship yesterday, defeating visiting North Carolina, 30-24, 30-24, 30-17. Senior Sarah Treadwell was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player after putting together four outstanding performances, capped off by 14 kills and 10 digs against the Tar Heels. Seniors Aimee Huddleston and Jennifer Dewalt were also named to the all-tournament team. Huddleston set an ACC tournament record for assists with 228 in the four matches, including 42 against North Carolina.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2012
There was no Syracuse men's lacrosse team this time to deny Charley Toomey and Loyola. Twenty-two years after he was the starting goalkeeper of the squad that was routed by the Orange in the 1990 title game, Toomey and the Greyhounds captured the university's first national championship in lacrosse with a 9-3 victory over Maryland in the NCAA tournament final before 30,816 at Gillette Stadium on Monday afternoon. Loyola, the top seed in the tournament, completed its most successful campaign in program history with its record 18th win in 19 games.
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March 13, 2000
Midwest 1. Michigan State (26-7) Location, conference: East Lansing, Mich., Big Ten. Conference finish: Tied for first; won conference tournament. Tournament Record: 23-13, 13 years. Coach: Tom Izzo. Last 10: 9-1. Top scorers: Morris Peterson 16.8; Charlie Bell 12.4; Mateen Cleaves 11.5; Andre Hutson 9.9. Top rebounders: Morris Peterson 6.4; Andre Hutson 6.2; A.J. Granger 5.4; Charlie Bell 4.6. Scouting report: Cleaves missed the first 13 games of the season with a foot injury, but his return makes the Spartans a dangerous tournament team.
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March 9, 1998
South1. Duke (29-3)Location, conference: Durham, N.C.; Atlantic CoastConference finish: First in regular season; runner-up in tournamentNCAA tournament record: 57-19 in 21 seasonsCoach: Mike KrzyzewskiLast 10: 9-1Top scorers: Trajan Langdon 15.3; Roshown McLeod 14.7; Elton Brand 14.1Top rebounders: Elton Brand 7.1; Shane Battier 6.6; Roshown McLeod 5.5Scouting report: A team that goes so deep that it runs lesser teams out of the arena, but a team that relies...
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March 9, 1998
East1. North Carolina (30-3)Location, conference: Chapel Hill, N.C., Atlantic CoastConference finish: Second, won conference tournamentNCAA tournament record: 72-31, 31 seasonsCoach: Bill Guthridge (first season)Last 10: 8-2Top scorers: Antawn Jamison 22.9; Shammond Williams 16.5Top rebounder: Antawn Jamison 9.8Scouting report: The Tar Heels have the longest consecutive-appearance streak for NCAA tournaments (24). Bill Guthridge has kept the faithful happy, but they won't be happy if Antawn Jamison's back isn't healthy for tournament.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | November 19, 1995
All that came between No. 7 Catonsville and a record-setting eighth state championship was Glenelg's Elisa Davidson.Davidson pounded down a tournament-record 37 kills, including the match winner, to lead No. 4 Glenelg to a 15-13, 14-16, 9-15, 15-11, 15-12 victory and the state Class 2A championship yesterday at Catonsville Community College.Catonsville's Shannon Rexrode also broke the old tournament record (27) with 32 kills in the match, and Stacie Healy added 14. Despite the one-two punch of Rexrode and Healy, the Comets could not find a way to counter Davidson's power, especially late in the 2-hour, 20-minute battle.
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March 10, 1997
1. KansasRecord: 32-1.Location, conference: Lawrence, Kan.; Big 12.Conference finish: First in Big 12 North Division.NCAA tournament record: 54-25.Coach: Roy Williams (ninth season, 244-57).Starters: F Paul Pierce, 6-7, So., 15.2 ppg, 6.2 rpg; F Raef LaFrentz, 6-11, Jr., 19.0 ppg, 9.0 rpg; C Scot Pollard, 6-11, Sr., 10.8 ppg, 8.1 rpg; G Jacque Vaughn, 6-1, Sr., 10.2 ppg, 6.0 apg; G Jerod Haase, 6-3, Sr., 13.3 ppg, 3.7 rpg.Scouting report: The Jayhawks are the popular pick to win it all. Kansas enters postseason play having been ranked No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll for 14 consecutive weeks.
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Mike Preston | May 28, 2012
Sometime in the near future, Loyola needs to hang a portrait of attackman Eric Lusby in the hallways of Ridley Athletic Complex with his elbows away from his body, arms extended and ready to shoot. That's what we kept seeing here all weekend -- Lusby showing that perfect form and finishing goal after goal after goal. Lusby wasn't just hot in championship weekend; he was phenomenal throughout the NCAA Division I tournament, setting a record with 17 goals in four games. He mesmerized the announced 30,816 at Gillette Stadium again Monday, scoring four more goals as No. 1 seed Loyola defeated unseeded Maryland, 9-3, in the national championship game.
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By Teddy Greenstein and Teddy Greenstein,Tribune Newspapers | April 11, 2009
AUGUSTA, Ga. -He has been known more for his flashy belt buckle, his so-so work ethic and his Southern California, "Dude, where's my 3-wood?" vibe. Anthony Kim went a long way toward smashing that reputation with a sterling Ryder Cup performance in September. And he might have crushed it for good in the second round of the Masters on Friday, when he went from the cut line to contention in a span of seven holes. On a day windy enough to knock the hat off your head and a well-struck 8-iron into Rae's Creek, Kim set a Masters record with 11 birdies.
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By From Sun news services | March 23, 2009
Tennessee's title defense ended sooner than expected, wrapping up the worst season for Pat Summitt's vaunted program. Ball State stunned the two-time defending national champion, 71-55, in the opening round of the NCAA tournament last night in Bowling Green, Ky., ending one of the more remarkable streaks in college basketball history. The Lady Volunteers (22-11) had never lost on the opening weekend of the tournament, going 42-0 through the years. Fifth seed Tennessee also became the first defending champ to lose in the first round of the women's tournament.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 22, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Maryland won its second straight Atlantic Coast Conference volleyball championship yesterday, defeating visiting North Carolina, 30-24, 30-24, 30-17. Senior Sarah Treadwell was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player after putting together four outstanding performances, capped off by 14 kills and 10 digs against the Tar Heels. Seniors Aimee Huddleston and Jennifer Dewalt were also named to the all-tournament team. Huddleston set an ACC tournament record for assists with 228 in the four matches, including 42 against North Carolina.
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By Don Markus | March 11, 2002
Going to Atlanta: Though its 16-game winning streak was stopped in yesterday's loss to Oklahoma in the Big 12 tournament title game, top-seeded Kansas is the favorite to make it to the Georgia Dome for the Final Four. Led by Big 12 Player of the Year and national Player of the Year candidate Drew Gooden, the Jayhawks have been a dominant team for much of the season. Team on the rise: After starting 14-1 before losing six of the next 10 games, Mississippi State takes an eight-game winning streak into Dallas.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 27, 2001
Stephanie Connelly produced record-shattering performances on her way to the Junior Girls championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at the University of Maryland Golf Course in College Park yesterday. Connelly, 13, from Pasadena, and a member at Sparrows Point Country Club, returned a 1-under-par 35-35-70, a tournament record for one of the event's youngest champions. Her round included three birdies. Connie Isler, 17, from Fort Meade, was the runner-up among 24 players, 34-42-76.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2000
EWING, N.J. - The nation's top-scoring Division III offense carried No.7 Salisbury State to the most wins in school history and a first appearance in the Final Four, but that attack was nowhere to be found yesterday. Top-ranked College of New Jersey shut out the Sea Gulls for the first 36:21 of the game and rolled to a 19-4 NCAA Division III women's lacrosse tournament semifinal victory on its home field, Lions Stadium. The Lions, who were upset by Amherst in last year's semifinal, will go after their 10th national title at noon today when they meet No.4 Williams, an upset winner yesterday over defending champ Middlebury.
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March 13, 2000
Midwest 1. Michigan State (26-7) Location, conference: East Lansing, Mich., Big Ten. Conference finish: Tied for first; won conference tournament. Tournament Record: 23-13, 13 years. Coach: Tom Izzo. Last 10: 9-1. Top scorers: Morris Peterson 16.8; Charlie Bell 12.4; Mateen Cleaves 11.5; Andre Hutson 9.9. Top rebounders: Morris Peterson 6.4; Andre Hutson 6.2; A.J. Granger 5.4; Charlie Bell 4.6. Scouting report: Cleaves missed the first 13 games of the season with a foot injury, but his return makes the Spartans a dangerous tournament team.
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