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By Sports Digest | November 30, 2009
Hood junior center Tyler Snoots scored a career-high 21 points on 10-for-17 shooting, but the Blazers (2-3) lost, 77-67, to the host Tartans (2-3) in the Radisson/Carnegie Mellon Tournament consolation game. Snoots also had seven rebounds and blocked three shots. Junior Reco Siler finished with 12 points and a Blazers-high nine rebounds. - From Sun staff and news services
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Sports Digest | May 23, 2014
College baseball Wade helps Terps win ACC tourney opener Maryland first baseman LaMonte Wade (St. Paul's) hit two solo home runs and catcher Kevin Martir and center fielder Charlie White each added one to help the sixth-seeded Terps edge No. 3 seed Virginia, 7-6, in their Atlantic Coast Conference tournament pool-play opener Thursday in Greensboro, N.C. The Terps (35-19) had eight hits, six for extra bases, to win their school-record 35th game of the season.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2013
The 53rd Alhambra Catholic Invitational boys basketball tournament, which includes No. 2 St. Frances and No. 3 Mount St. Joseph, is set for March 14-16 at Frostburg State University in Western Maryland. Here's Thursday's opening-round schedule: St. Frances vs. Benedictine (Va.), 4 p.m. Mount St. Joseph vs. Bishop O'Connell (Va.), 5:45 p.m. Bishop Walsh vs. Gonzaga (D.C.), 7:30 p.m. LaLumiere (Ind.) vs DeMatha,  9:15 pm.  
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Special to The Aegis | May 15, 2014
North Bay Rugby's High School Girls' Team has been invited to the National High School Rugby Championships that take place this weekend in Pittsfield, Mass. They are one of 16 teams invited to compete for the national title. "This is a once in a lifetime accomplishment and will go down in our history as a crowning achievement for all of North Bay," said Ellen Hickey, North Bay Rugby's Youth and High School Commissioner. North Bay had an impressive perfect season in league play, going undefeated with only two tries scored against them.
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By From Staff Reports | January 9, 1994
FROSTBURG -- Tournament MVP Tim Nightengale scored a game-high 26 points as Frostburg State (8-2) defeated Methodist, 100-72, in the championship game of the Little Caesar's Pizza Pizza Classic Classic last night.
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April 19, 1995
Second-seeded Maryland will meet North Carolina, the host and only team to win the event, in the seventh Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Friday at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill. Top-seeded and second-ranked Virginia will play Duke in the first game at 6 p.m. The final will be Sunday at 1 p.m.
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February 28, 1991
Salisbury State (22-6) launches its Division III basketball tournament bid Saturday night at Ramapo (N.J.) College (21-6). The Sea Gulls, winners of the Eastern States Athletic Conference championship, are seeded third and Ramapo is second in the Atlantic Region.Salisbury has a 12-game winning streak and features 6-6 junior Andre Foreman, MVP of the conference tournament with 90 points and 41 rebounds in three games.
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March 7, 1991
The Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks Department is hosting the 10th anniversary of the Early Bird Men's Slow Pitch Softball Tournament, April 6 and 7 at Upton Softball Park in Severn. Entry is $80 and cutoff date is April 1. For entry information, call Jeff Porter at 222-3600 or 222-6255.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 1, 1997
Don't use hard luck as an excuse for the North Carolina men's lacrosse team.Losing four of their five games by a goal to ranked teams, the Tar Heels are in danger of missing the NCAA tournament for the first time in 18 years, which would end the second-longest current postseason streak. Johns Hopkins has the longest, 25."We don't belong in the NCAA tourney playing like this," said North Carolina coach Dave Klarmann after the Tar Heels lost to Hopkins by eight goals Saturday. "We shouldn't be there.
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Sports Writer | July 29, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Two county men's softball league teams brought back many memories from last weekend, when they knocked heads with 32 other teams in the 1992 Amateur Softball Association Class D state championship tournament held at the county sports complex.James Contracting's players will recall the great catches, big hits and, particularly, a certain T-shirt that helped them win the tournament and make them this year's Class D ASA state champions.EVAPCO's warriors will recall somewhat fewer big plays and two nightmarish seventh innings that knocked them out of the tournament.
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By Andrew Bahl and The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
"It's an incredible environment, a great fan base, and there are a lot of nerves involved. " No, ex-Ravens quarterback Trent Dilfer wasn't talking about a trip to Heinz Field or any of the stadiums he played in throughout his 11 year NFL career. Instead he was discussing the 25 th annual American Century Championship, a nationally televised celebrity golf tournament that Dilfer has competed in for the past decade.   While Dilfer and the other celebrities who descend on Reno-Tahoe each July may not be Tiger Woods -- although Dilfer is an excellent golfer and has seven top-10 finishes in the event -- the chance to play on a high quality course in front of a large gallery is tough to beat.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | May 11, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -- When the calendar changes to May, the attitude changes for the Maryland women's lacrosse team. For a Terrapins team perpetually in the mix for a national championship, the start of the NCAA tournament means that it's time to get serious. "It's time to get business done," Terps midfielder Taylor Cummings said. "We come out here, we have a guaranteed 60 minutes, and that's all we think about. If we win, we survive. If we lose, we go home. I don't think we're ready to go home yet. " Top-ranked Maryland made that abundantly clear in its tournament opener Sunday, as Cummings (McDonogh)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2014
Top-seeded Maryland rolls into the NCAA tournament looking to extend some of the most impressive streaks in any college sport. The Terps are in the NCAA tournament for a record 30th time and 25th consecutive time. No other women's lacrosse team has won more NCAA championships (10), more consecutive championships (seven) or more tournament games (54). They also have the record for most appearances in the title game (17). Maryland, whose program dates to 1974, has won 11 national titles; the first came in the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women in 1981, a few years before the NCAA took over women's intercollegiate athletics and the AIAW ceased to exist.
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May 4, 2014
With two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning in the Centennial Conference softball tournament's first elimination game on Saturday in Allentown, Pa., McDaniel had the winning run on second base with Manchester resident Olivia Kipe at the plate. The freshman from Manchester Valley High School, who had three hits through her first 14 innings of tournament play, laced a line drive into left field and Megan Moore raced home, giving the Green Terror a 2-1 victory over Washington (Md.)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
CHESTER, PA. - The title game of the Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse tournament will have a Big East tinge to it. Sophomore attackman Matt Kavanagh scored a goal with 6.5 seconds left in regulation to propel fourth-seeded Notre Dame to a 6-5 tournament upset of top-seeded Maryland before an announced 4,137 at PPL Park on Friday night. The Fighting Irish improved to 7-5 and advanced to Sunday's title game at 1 p.m. against third-seeded Syracuse. The Orange (10-3) - who, like Notre Dame, moved from the Big East to the ACC this season - stunned second-seeded and reigning national champion Duke, 16-15, in the first semifinal.
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From Sun staff reports | April 23, 2014
Junior midfielder Kurtis Kaunas scored three goals to guide host No. 20 Lehigh over Navy, 10-6, in the first round of the Patriot League Tournament on Tuesday night. Attackmen Reid Weber, Dan Taylor and Patrick Corbett added two goals each for the Mountain Hawks (12-4). After the Midshipmen (4-9) got out to an early 2-1 lead, Lehigh went on a 4-0 run over the span of 21/2 minutes in the second quarter to go up, 5-1. Navy trailed only 6-5 heading into the fourth quarter, but the Mountain Hawks went on another 4-0 run to secure the victory.
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By Staff report | August 8, 1991
Ashley's Lounge, a Ferndale-based 35-and-over men's softball team, captured the Amateur Softball Association state championship this pastweekend at Upton Softball Park in Glen Burnie.The defending state champions downed Ferguson Trenching, 22-10, in a five-inning game -- shortened by the 10-run slaughter rule -- for their third straight softball title.By virtue of their first-place finish in the six-team invitational, Ashley's will travel to Meridian, Miss., to participate in the ASANational 35-and-over tourney from Aug. 29-Sept.
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March 16, 1995
(At Memphis, Tenn.)4. Oklahoma (23-8)Coach: Kelvin Sampson.Tourney fact: Sampson's surprising Sooners are second team he has taken to tourney in two years. He coached Washington State last year.Key player: r Ryan Minor. The 6-7, sharpshooting forward blossomed this season.Comment: First trip to tourney since 1992, and a surprise one for a team that entered the season lightly regarded.5. Arizona State (22-8)Coach: Bill Frieder.Tourney fact: First appearance since 1991.Key player: Mario Bennett.
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2014
The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team has five games remaining, including Saturday's matchup against Maryland. After the Terps, the No. 9 Blue Jays play at Mount St. Mary's, at Navy, host Villanova and then close out the regular season at Loyola Maryland. The general consensus is that the Blue Jays have to beat either No. 5 Maryland or No. 1 Loyola to pick up a quality win to get into the NCAA tournament, which it missed last season for the first time in 41 years. "These kids are a lot smarter than we give them credit for," said Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala.
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By David Driver | March 17, 2014
Charlie Jones sat on a couch in the front row with his teammates during a selection show party on Sunday evening at American University. A resident of Manchester in Carroll County, freshman swingman Jones was wearing a light gray sweatsuit and to his left were star point guard Darius Gardner and coach Mike Brennan. At about 6:20 p.m., the CBS selection show announced that American, the Patriot League champions, were the No. 15 seed in the West Regional for March Madness and would face No. 2 seed Wisconsin on Thursday in Milwaukee for the Eagles' first tournament appearance in five years.
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