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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1999
Sure, there was no harm intended, but Trajan Langdon was still hurt.He had just sat out three straight easy Duke wins -- the last two games of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and the opening round of the NCAA tourney -- with a foot injury when a reporter suggested maybe the services of the team's only senior regular weren't needed for the school's run at a championship."
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December 1, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to one-year contract with P Jeff D'Amico.Cardinals: Retained major-league coaching staff, except for Rene Lachemann, who took job with Cubs. Named Marty Mason to coaching staff.Cubs: Named John Cangelosi minor-league roving outfield-base running instructor, John Pierson minor-league hitting coordinator, Nate Oliver roving infield instructor and Tom Beyers hitting coach at Rookie-level Mesa.Red Sox: Named Buddy Bailey first base coach and catching instructor and Dave Jauss field coordinator.
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December 1, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to one-year contract with P Jeff D'Amico.Cardinals: Retained major-league coaching staff, except for Rene Lachemann, who took job with Cubs. Named Marty Mason to coaching staff.Cubs: Named John Cangelosi minor-league roving outfield-base running instructor, John Pierson minor-league hitting coordinator, Nate Oliver roving infield instructor and Tom Beyers hitting coach at Rookie-level Mesa.Red Sox: Named Buddy Bailey first base coach and catching instructor and Dave Jauss field coordinator.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1999
Maryland's basketball recruiting campaign resembled last season: great start, unfulfilling finish.The Terps prospered on and off the court last November, when they landed their third commitment from a high school senior and climbed to No. 2 in the national rankings. Maryland fell in the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16, and it was the only member of the Atlantic Coast Conference that didn't add a player during the spring letter of intent period, which concluded last week.Several prospective transfers have expressed an interest in coming to Maryland, but the Terps aren't expected to add more than those three freshmen next season, when coach Gary Williams will probably have just nine scholarship players available.
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By Don Markus and Paul McMullen and Don Markus and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1999
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski wanted the ball in Trajan Langdon's hands. So did his teammates. He was their captain, their leader, the player who had kept the Blue Devils in last night's NCAA tournament final with Connecticut. In the end, the shooter didn't get off a shot. First he traveled. Then he lost the ball. "I want Trajan Langdon to take that shot," Krzyzewski said after Duke lost, 77-74, at Tropicana Field. "I will walk down any road with Trajan Langdon.
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By Jerry Bembry | March 21, 1999
At East Rutherford, N.J.No. 1 Duke (35-1)vs. No. 6 Temple (24-10)Time: 2: 40 p.m. todayTV: Chs. 13, 9Line: Duke by 16Conference records: Duke won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title with an unprecedented 16-0 record, followed by an ACC tournament championship. Temple finished first in the East Division of the Atlantic 10 with a 13-3 record.Coaches: Mike Krzyzewski is 467-154 in his 19th year at Duke, and 540-213 in his 23rd year overall. John Chaney is 380-159 in 17 years at Temple; 605-218 in 27 seasons overall.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- Two distinctive second-half runs carried the U.S. All-Stars to a 91-81 victory over the Capital All-Stars last night in the 21st annual Capital Classic.A Cole Field House crowd of 8,652 watched the U.S. team of high school stars take control with a 19-5 spurt opening the second half after the Capitals led at the break, 37-33.The local team stayed within range until midway through the half when a flurry of three-point shots by Trajan Langdon (two), Cameron Murray and Johnny Miller sent the U.S. team on a 20-4 spree and to an 83-62 advantage, deciding the outcome.
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1999
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Best ever?Duke won't even be remembered as the best college basketball team this season.No. 3 Connecticut stunned the top-ranked Blue Devils and the college basketball world last night, as coach Jim Calhoun's team knocked off seemingly invincible Duke, 77-74, in an epic NCAA tournament championship game. A crowd of 41,340 at Tropicana Field saw the Blue Devils blink and the Huskies' perimeter stars shine.Connecticut got a magnificent game from its slashers, as All-America forward Richard Hamilton scored 27 points, off guard Ricky Moore had 13 in the first half and sophomore point guard Khalid El-Amin had 12, including a driving basket and two free throws in the final 65 seconds that were the difference on the scoreboard.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | February 4, 1999
DURHAM, N.C. -- They're not as good. The scoreboard says it, everyone in college basketball knows it. The Maryland Terrapins need to get used to the idea. And they need to move forward.If anything, last night's 95-77 loss to Duke should provide a strange sort of release for the No. 7 team in the country. They're not as good as Duke. Maybe no team is as good as Duke. So, what are the Terps going to do about it?Will they sulk, bicker and disintegrate?Or, will they regroup?Coach Gary Williams told the players after the game that they had a chance to be one of the best teams in Maryland history, or one of the biggest disappointments.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1999
Maryland's basketball recruiting campaign resembled last season: great start, unfulfilling finish.The Terps prospered on and off the court last November, when they landed their third commitment from a high school senior and climbed to No. 2 in the national rankings. Maryland fell in the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16, and it was the only member of the Atlantic Coast Conference that didn't add a player during the spring letter of intent period, which concluded last week.Several prospective transfers have expressed an interest in coming to Maryland, but the Terps aren't expected to add more than those three freshmen next season, when coach Gary Williams will probably have just nine scholarship players available.
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1999
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Best ever?Duke won't even be remembered as the best college basketball team this season.No. 3 Connecticut stunned the top-ranked Blue Devils and the college basketball world last night, as coach Jim Calhoun's team knocked off seemingly invincible Duke, 77-74, in an epic NCAA tournament championship game. A crowd of 41,340 at Tropicana Field saw the Blue Devils blink and the Huskies' perimeter stars shine.Connecticut got a magnificent game from its slashers, as All-America forward Richard Hamilton scored 27 points, off guard Ricky Moore had 13 in the first half and sophomore point guard Khalid El-Amin had 12, including a driving basket and two free throws in the final 65 seconds that were the difference on the scoreboard.
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By Don Markus and Paul McMullen and Don Markus and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1999
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski wanted the ball in Trajan Langdon's hands. So did his teammates. He was their captain, their leader, the player who had kept the Blue Devils in last night's NCAA tournament final with Connecticut. In the end, the shooter didn't get off a shot. First he traveled. Then he lost the ball. "I want Trajan Langdon to take that shot," Krzyzewski said after Duke lost, 77-74, at Tropicana Field. "I will walk down any road with Trajan Langdon.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1999
Sure, there was no harm intended, but Trajan Langdon was still hurt.He had just sat out three straight easy Duke wins -- the last two games of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and the opening round of the NCAA tourney -- with a foot injury when a reporter suggested maybe the services of the team's only senior regular weren't needed for the school's run at a championship."
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By Jerry Bembry | March 21, 1999
At East Rutherford, N.J.No. 1 Duke (35-1)vs. No. 6 Temple (24-10)Time: 2: 40 p.m. todayTV: Chs. 13, 9Line: Duke by 16Conference records: Duke won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title with an unprecedented 16-0 record, followed by an ACC tournament championship. Temple finished first in the East Division of the Atlantic 10 with a 13-3 record.Coaches: Mike Krzyzewski is 467-154 in his 19th year at Duke, and 540-213 in his 23rd year overall. John Chaney is 380-159 in 17 years at Temple; 605-218 in 27 seasons overall.
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN STAFF | February 7, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Even as his 10th Maryland team became the earliest in the program's history to get to 20 wins, coach Gary Williams acknowledged that the status quo wasn't working.The Terps defeated Virginia, 88-72, before a subdued matinee crowd of 13,594 at Cole Field House yesterday. The game ended the Terps' only losing streak of the season, and began with freshman Lonny Baxter in the starting lineup and senior center Obinna Ekezie on the bench."It was based on two things," Williams said of the first alteration he's made to his starting lineup this season.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | February 4, 1999
DURHAM, N.C. -- They're not as good. The scoreboard says it, everyone in college basketball knows it. The Maryland Terrapins need to get used to the idea. And they need to move forward.If anything, last night's 95-77 loss to Duke should provide a strange sort of release for the No. 7 team in the country. They're not as good as Duke. Maybe no team is as good as Duke. So, what are the Terps going to do about it?Will they sulk, bicker and disintegrate?Or, will they regroup?Coach Gary Williams told the players after the game that they had a chance to be one of the best teams in Maryland history, or one of the biggest disappointments.
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