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July 17, 2003
On July 15, 2003; JEFFREY J. TOZER, 59; the beloved husband of Deborah Digges died of cancer. He is survived by his brothers Matthew and Peter Tozer and his mother Lucy Tozer. A Memorial Service will be held at the Stella Maris Hospice Chapel Friday, July 18 at 2 PM.
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By Keith Schildroth and Keith Schildroth,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 2004
ST. CHARLES, Mo. - The coaches at this year's Major Indoor Soccer League All-Star Game had different views on how the game should be played. Keith Tozer, coach of the USA All-Stars, chose a no-nonsense approach to the league's annual showcase, a mentality International All-Stars coach Tatu called "too systematic, a little too serious for me." Fortunately for fans of the USA All-Stars, Tozer's approach had the better of things yesterday at Family Arena. After a slow start, Tozer had his team buzzing on offense and swarming on defense, leading to a 10-1 win over the International team.
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By Ed McDonough and Ed McDonough,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 2, 1996
After Brian Tozer delivered his third hit against North Carroll yesterday, Westminster co-coach Guy Stull sent Tim Frame in to pinch run for the slugger."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 21, 2004
Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer sat in his office one day this month reflecting on the ability of the Blast to pick needles out of haystacks. It seems almost every year the Blast makes the most of its territorial draft picks. "There are several teams that really take the draft seriously and [have] been able to draft local players who stick in the game," said Tozer. "But I think Kevin Healey is a wonderful judge of talent. The way they've handled the draft each year is a blueprint for other teams."
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 21, 1997
The spring semester has arrived. Welcome to Advanced Catching.Brian Tozer will be in to lecture today.The Westminster senior, the best of a solid crop of catchers in the county, will discuss all the position's idiosyncrasies."
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By Charles F. Gardner and Charles F. Gardner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 13, 2002
MILWAUKEE - All the Blast could do was play the part of unwilling participant as the Milwaukee Wave reached two milestones last night. Presented with the dual challenge of completing an unbeaten home season and delivering the 500th career victory for coach Keith Tozer, the Wave responded with a 14-7 victory over the Blast before a Bradley Center crowd of 10,070. Heck, the T-shirts were already printed, with block letters reading "Undefeated" on the back. And the Wave players gladly put them on after becoming the first franchise in 24 years of indoor soccer to go unbeaten at home with a 22-0 record and getting Tozer No. 500. It was only fitting that the Wave's two most enduring all-stars, goalkeeper Victor Nogueira and forward Michael King, played big roles in the historic win. Nogueira made 13 saves as he won for the 21st time at home this season, and King contributed a two-point goal and two assists.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 2, 1995
A new hero every day.That seems to be the motto for the Westminster Owls baseball team.This time it was No. 8 hitter Brian Tozer who delivered the dramatic late-inning hit for the Owls.Tozer, a sophomore catcher, pounded a drive to deep center that went for a two-out, bases-loaded single and gave Westminster a 3-2 victory over South Carroll in eight innings at Westminster.Tozer hit a 2-1 pitch from South Carroll's Ronnie White and the ball carried just beyond the reach of Cavaliers center fielder Zach Hollman.
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By Keith Schildroth and Keith Schildroth,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 2004
ST. CHARLES, Mo. - The coaches at this year's Major Indoor Soccer League All-Star Game had different views on how the game should be played. Keith Tozer, coach of the USA All-Stars, chose a no-nonsense approach to the league's annual showcase, a mentality International All-Stars coach Tatu called "too systematic, a little too serious for me." Fortunately for fans of the USA All-Stars, Tozer's approach had the better of things yesterday at Family Arena. After a slow start, Tozer had his team buzzing on offense and swarming on defense, leading to a 10-1 win over the International team.
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By Charles F. Gardner and Charles F. Gardner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 22, 2000
MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer said his team never considered the possibility of losing its second consecutive home game at the Bradley Center. No wonder. Tozer's crew was too busy scrambling to keep up with the talented Baltimore Blast, which extended the Wave into overtime last night before forward Michael King scored to give Milwaukee a tense 12-10 victory in a National Professional Soccer League game. Wave All-Stars Michael Richardson and King combined on the final play, which resulted in a goal when Blast forward Mark Thomas inadvertently tapped the ball into his own net three minutes into the sudden-death period.
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By Mike Nortrup | July 22, 1992
FREDERICK -- Well-rested after their District titles, Westminster's age 13, 14 and 15 baseball squads zeroed in on the state Babe Ruth championship tourney at McCurdy Field here over the weekend.And, while their early results were mixed, the three teams were all still alive at press time.Matt Tozer's 13-year-olds started fast, winning 8-3 over Mason-Dixon in Sunday's opener.Westminster slashed open a 2-2 game with a five-run second inning, keyed by two-run singles from Bobby Warfield and Brian Tozer.
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July 17, 2003
On July 15, 2003; JEFFREY J. TOZER, 59; the beloved husband of Deborah Digges died of cancer. He is survived by his brothers Matthew and Peter Tozer and his mother Lucy Tozer. A Memorial Service will be held at the Stella Maris Hospice Chapel Friday, July 18 at 2 PM.
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By Charles F. Gardner and Charles F. Gardner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 13, 2002
MILWAUKEE - All the Blast could do was play the part of unwilling participant as the Milwaukee Wave reached two milestones last night. Presented with the dual challenge of completing an unbeaten home season and delivering the 500th career victory for coach Keith Tozer, the Wave responded with a 14-7 victory over the Blast before a Bradley Center crowd of 10,070. Heck, the T-shirts were already printed, with block letters reading "Undefeated" on the back. And the Wave players gladly put them on after becoming the first franchise in 24 years of indoor soccer to go unbeaten at home with a 22-0 record and getting Tozer No. 500. It was only fitting that the Wave's two most enduring all-stars, goalkeeper Victor Nogueira and forward Michael King, played big roles in the historic win. Nogueira made 13 saves as he won for the 21st time at home this season, and King contributed a two-point goal and two assists.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 16, 2001
It turns out learning on the go has Milwaukee Wave forward Matt Tirschman insistent on staying put. When the 25-year-old Baltimore native went to Milwaukee three years ago, Wave coach Keith Tozer - no ifs, ands, or buts - slotted him at the target forward position. So there is Tirschman, stationed in front with his back to the goal, fending off defenders to find his offense, and finding it all very well. "Most of the time, I'm going up against guys who are bigger than me, so it's probably one of the most physical areas to play.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2000
Still trying to conjure up reasons his team did not repeat as National Professional Soccer League champion last year, Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer offers one possible explanation. "We didn't have Tarik Walker," Tozer said. "We really missed him last year." What about Walker did Tozer miss most? "He is a big man who holds the ball real well," he said. "That was one of the things we struggled with." Now Tozer watches Walker from afar do the same things for the Blast this season that he did for the Wave two seasons ago. He may get a chance to face his former player if the Blast wins its best-of-three series against the Cleveland Crunch, which opens Friday night at 7: 35 at Baltimore Arena before going to Cleveland for Game 2 on Sunday and Game 3 on Tuesday (if necessary)
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By Charles F. Gardner and Charles F. Gardner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 22, 2000
MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer said his team never considered the possibility of losing its second consecutive home game at the Bradley Center. No wonder. Tozer's crew was too busy scrambling to keep up with the talented Baltimore Blast, which extended the Wave into overtime last night before forward Michael King scored to give Milwaukee a tense 12-10 victory in a National Professional Soccer League game. Wave All-Stars Michael Richardson and King combined on the final play, which resulted in a goal when Blast forward Mark Thomas inadvertently tapped the ball into his own net three minutes into the sudden-death period.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 21, 1997
The spring semester has arrived. Welcome to Advanced Catching.Brian Tozer will be in to lecture today.The Westminster senior, the best of a solid crop of catchers in the county, will discuss all the position's idiosyncrasies."
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2000
Still trying to conjure up reasons his team did not repeat as National Professional Soccer League champion last year, Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer offers one possible explanation. "We didn't have Tarik Walker," Tozer said. "We really missed him last year." What about Walker did Tozer miss most? "He is a big man who holds the ball real well," he said. "That was one of the things we struggled with." Now Tozer watches Walker from afar do the same things for the Blast this season that he did for the Wave two seasons ago. He may get a chance to face his former player if the Blast wins its best-of-three series against the Cleveland Crunch, which opens Friday night at 7: 35 at Baltimore Arena before going to Cleveland for Game 2 on Sunday and Game 3 on Tuesday (if necessary)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | April 13, 1995
Unbeaten and ninth-ranked Westminster was trailing, 2-0, and down to its last strike against fire-balling Frederick left-hander Kristian Spriggs yesterday when lightning suddenly struck in Steve Mays' bat.Mays, behind 0-2 on the count to Spriggs with the bases-loaded and two out in the last of the seventh inning, won the game, 3-2, with one swing of the bat.Mays, a right-handed hitter, sent a fly ball down the right-field line that barely fell in fair territory...
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1996
When Westminster senior Dante Partlow touches the football, good things usually happen for the Owls. It's nothing new for the 5-foot-10, 185-pound tailback.Partlow remembers the first time he carried the ball in organized play. He was 9 when his family moved to Carroll County and a little late signing up to play for the Chiefs of the Westminster Optimists' rec program."I was new to the area and the coach already had the team pretty much set when I came out late. The first time I got the ball, I scored a 60-yard touchdown," he said.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 19, 1996
Frank Mantinaos comes from a different place, where football simply dominates the land.Growing up in western Pennsylvania, the Westminster Owls' 28-year-old, first-year coach was either watching the Pittsburgh Steelers win Super Bowls or outside playing football. Every Friday night in the fall was devoted to high school football, with 7,000 fans the norm at most high school stadiums.But Mantinaos, who played at New Castle High before becoming a two-time Academic All-American at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pa., was quick to understand the Friday-night magic started long before kickoff.
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