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By Arthur Garcia and Arthur Garcia,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 22, 1998
SAN ANTONIO -- For the second straight year, Western Maryland's season came to an end in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs on the road.Trinity rallied behind a record-setting performance by quarterback Mike Burton yesterday to claim a 30-20 victory before 1,234 fans at Stevens Field.Western Maryland, which finished 10-1 for the second year in a row, couldn't stop Burton. He threw for a school-record 506 yards -- including 256 in the third quarter -- and four touchdowns.The Tigers (11-0)
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From Sun staff reports | May 26, 2014
Facing Trinity for the third straight time in the NCAA Division III final, the Salisbury women's lacrosse team won its second consecutive national title and third in five seasons with a 9-6 victory in Gettysburg, Pa. The Sea Gulls' defense led the way, holding the Bantams (19-3) scoreless in the first half and to just six shots before intermission. Sophomore attacker Megan Wallenhorst (Centennial) opened the scoring after catching a pass from senior attacker Shannon Carta (South River)
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By James Hill and James Hill,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 28, 1999
SAN ANTONIO -- Jeremy Boyce's "dream" return proved a nightmare for Western Maryland, as the Green Terror fell to Trinity University, 20-16, yesterday in an NCAA Division III South Regional football playoff game at E. M. Stevens Stadium.Sixth-ranked Western Maryland had built a 16-13 lead on two third-quarter touchdown passes from Ron Sermarini to Teron Powell. But after the ensuing kickoff went out of bounds, Western Maryland rekicked it to Boyce, a freshman from Dallas. He burst up the middle, hit a crowd of Green Terror tacklers and emerged down the right sideline for a 79-yard score, capping the scoring and sending second-ranked Trinity (11-0)
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From Sun staff reports | May 25, 2014
The Salisbury women's lacrosse team used a 4-0 run in the second half to pull away from Amherst and win, 8-4, in an NCAA Division III semifinal Saturday in Gettysburg, Pa. The defending national champion Sea Gulls (22-1) seek their third championship in a rematch of last year's game against Trinity (Conn.), an 8-7 winner over SUNY Cortland. Salisbury won, 12-5, over Trinity in last year's championship. The Lord Jeffs finished at 19-3. The Sea Gulls never led by more than two goals until the 4-0 run began when Shelby Nemecek (Liberty)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 22, 2002
Four players scored two goals each to lead a balanced attack as Salisbury defeated visiting Trinity, 15-7, in a nonconference game yesterday. The Sea Gulls (6-2) scored the first four goals of the game and never trailed in their first-ever meeting with Trinity (0-3). Senior Steve Brianas finished with two goals and two assists, while Andy Arnold, Andy Murray and Justin Smith also scored two goals apiece for Salisbury, which led 4-1 after one quarter and 7-3 at halftime. The Sea Gulls sealed the victory by scoring the first six goals of the third period to push the lead to 13-3.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | October 16, 1998
For those viewers still missing Father Ray and the controversial "Nothing Sacred" from last season, has NBC got something for you: Tate Donovan as a parish priest who went to Yale Divinity and plays fiddle in an Irish rock band on the weekends. Rock on, Father Kevin, me Roman Catholic dream boy, and could you include a bit o' Van Morrison in the next set please?And Father Kevin's only part of the package at the heart of "Trinity," a new weekly drama on NBC designed in part to provide a stronger lead-in to "Homicide: Life on the Street."
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1999
Another year, another unlucky draw and another trip to Texas for an undefeated Western Maryland football team, which plays Trinity at 1 p.m. today.It is the second straight season in which the Green Terror (11-0) has visited San Antonio for an NCAA Division III South Regional playoff game against the second-ranked Tigers (10-0).Sixth-ranked Western Maryland hopes for a different result than in 1998, when its normally strong defense gave up 20 third-quarter points in a 30-20 loss to Trinity in the first round.
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From Sun staff reports | May 25, 2014
The Salisbury women's lacrosse team used a 4-0 run in the second half to pull away from Amherst and win, 8-4, in an NCAA Division III semifinal Saturday in Gettysburg, Pa. The defending national champion Sea Gulls (22-1) seek their third championship in a rematch of last year's game against Trinity (Conn.), an 8-7 winner over SUNY Cortland. Salisbury won, 12-5, over Trinity in last year's championship. The Lord Jeffs finished at 19-3. The Sea Gulls never led by more than two goals until the 4-0 run began when Shelby Nemecek (Liberty)
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 25, 2001
HARTFORD, Conn. - Across Broad Street from the sports fields of Trinity College sits a new $110 million cluster of academic buildings on what was once the oil-soaked site of a vacated bus garage ringed by dilapidated houses. Another example of an elite urban college encroaching onto the poorer area around it? Hardly. Spearheaded by Trinity but not part of it, the 16-acre campus contains not college facilities but four public schools for children from preschool through high school. Opened in September and dubbed the Learning Corridor, the complex is the centerpiece of a continuing revitalization of the decayed neighborhoods around the campus of the 2,000-student liberal arts college, where tuition and expenses of $32,600 a year far exceed the annual family incomes of most nearby residents.
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By Andrew Wagner and Andrew Wagner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 28, 2008
GRAND CHUTE, Wis. -- In order to win its first NCAA Division III baseball championship, Johns Hopkins needed to do something no other team had done this season - beat Trinity College. Making matters more difficult, the Blue Jays had to do so twice. They accomplished half the task yesterday, picking up a 4-3 victory in the first game, ending the Bantams' 44-game winning streak and forcing a winner-take-all finale in the double-elimination tournament. But Hopkins failed to hold off Trinity in the second game, falling, 5-4, on a pair of bases-loaded, two-out walks in the bottom of the ninth inning.
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By Sue Van Essen, svanessen2@hotmail.com | March 27, 2014
Homeless people in southwest Baltimore were a little warmer this past winter thanks to a group called TAT for Tuesdays at Trinity . The group consists of six to eight women who meet each Tuesday at Trinity Episcopal Church and using donated fabric, recycled blankets, mattress pads and bedsheets craft warm quilts. After being blessed by Rev. Dr. Fran Stanford , the parish priest at a Sunday service, the quilts are delivered to Paul's Place, an agency that helps the needy in southwest Baltimore.
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From Sun staff reports | March 19, 2014
Jay Carlson (St. Paul's) netted a hat trick in the first half and finished with four goals to lead the top-ranked Maryland men's lacrosse team to a 13-5 win over host Michigan on Tuesday. The Terps improved their record to 7-0. The Wolverines fell to 4-5. Michigan took the early lead on a goal by Thomas Paras at the 12:42 mark, but Maryland scored the next five goals. In the second half, the Terps used another 5-0 run to pull away. State women Salisbury 11, Trinity (Conn.)
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
City's Robert Miller was an All-Metro second-team pick in indoor track last winter as a freshman. He fared even better in the spring before spending much of the summer trying to learn technique and gain strength. The 5-foot-8, 150-pound sophomore packed on about 10 pounds of muscle and concentrated on improving his skills. The work has paid off so far, as Miller has won every race this season, including the 55-meter hurdles and the 55 and 300 meters at the Baltimore City-County Mixer on Thursday night at the Fifth Regiment Armory.
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By Jonah Goldberg | December 16, 2013
"Obamacare was sold on a trinity of lies. " That ornate phrase, more suitable for the Book of Revelations or perhaps the next installment of "Game of Thrones," comes from my National Review colleague Rich Lowry. But I like it. Most people know the first deception in the triumvirate of deceit: "If you like your health insurance you can keep it, period. " The second leg in the tripod of deception was "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. " But the third plank in the triad of disinformation hasn't gotten much attention: Obamacare will save you, me and the country a lot of money.
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September 27, 2013
The Music Ministry of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is hosting Joyful Journey, a concert honoring Dr. Lynn Monkres for his 25 years of Music Ministry at Holy Trinity, Sunday, Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. at 7607 Sandy Spring Road. Concert will be an Intergalactic Music Festival, featuring music composed by Dr. Monkres, and a wide range of musical and dramatic offerings by performing groups and soloists, including Voices of Praise, Jubilation!, Men's Chorus, Children's Sunday School Choir, JoyBells, Instruments of Praise and the Drama Ministry.
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By Rich Scherr and For The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2013
The Trinity Catholic football team survived a 14-hour bus ride up Interstate 95 to make it to Calvert Hall on Saturday. Once there, the Ocala, Fla., power needed one frantic five-second spurt to secure a key early-season win. That's how long it took the Celtics to score two touchdowns, including Dominique Brown's 12-yard fumble return off a kickoff, sealing the fate of the No. 3 Cardinals in a 21-3 loss. Despite allowing just 30 yards on defense in the first half, time and again stopping the Celtics in key situations, Calvert Hall couldn't overcome the big play.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | November 20, 1998
A short 64 years ago, the Western Maryland football program had its shot at the big time. And blew it. Offered an Orange Bowl bid and the opportunity for extravagance, the school opted for prudence, deciding that the train trip to Miami would be too costly.Cut to 1998 and the Green Terror's trip to San Antonio and another distant football game, this one 1,589 miles away in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. Western Maryland will meet Trinity, Texas, tomorrow at 1 p.m. in a meeting of 10-0 teams.
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August 30, 1997
Because of an editing error, a quotation was misattributed in yesterday's Today section article on Trinity, an Irish step-dancing troupe. The quote -- "I just want people to know that Trinity is not a knee-jerk reaction to 'River-dance' " -- should have been attributed to Mark Howard.The Sun regrets the errors.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | July 22, 2013
Trinity Lutheran Church will welcome back the internationally acclaimed handbell choir, The Raleigh Ringers, on Saturday, Aug. 24. The Raleigh Ringers will dazzle the audience with its unique interpretation of sacred, secular and popular music. Under the direction of David M. Harris, the Raleigh Ringers have released five CDs and a holiday DVD. "The Raleigh Ringers is a concert your family won't want to miss," Trinity's traditional music director, Karen Torbit, said. "We are very excited to have them back in Joppa.
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May 28, 2013
The Handbell Choir of Holy Trinity Church in Laurel will participate in a combined handbell choir concert with Trinity Lutheran Church, Sunday, June 2, at 6 p.m., at 11200 Old Georgetown Road, in North Bethesda. A freewill offering will be taken, and a reception will follow the concert. For information, contact the church at htlc.laurel@verizon.net .
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