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September 13, 2011
Calvert Hall went on a 3-1 closing run in the final 4:44 to subdue two-time defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland champion Loyola Blakefield, 16-14, Tuesday afternoon in Towson. The victory snapped the Cardinals' three-year home losing streak to the Dons, who went unbeaten in the MIAA last season. Carpenter Warren and Steve Roberts led the way for the winners, scoring six goals each in the up-tempo battle in which the home team never trailed — but could not put away its archrivals until the late going.
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Sports Digest | September 27, 2013
Women's basketball Terps ' Thomas to attend Team USA minicamp next month Maryland senior forward Alyssa Thomas, a two-time Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year, has accepted an invitation to USA Basketball's minicamp Oct. 4-6 in Las Vegas. Thirty players were invited, including six still in college. Thomas led the ACC in points, rebounds and assists last season, when she became the only player in NCAA or WNBA history to average more than 18 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game for a season.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2011
The University of Maryland held back letters of intent to high school recruits in three sports -- men's swimming and diving, women's swimming and diving, and women's water polo - - an indication that those teams could be eliminated, school officials said. Not sending the letters as part of an early signing period means that those teams are likely on a list of recommended cuts to help stem the athletic department's budget woes. An unknown number of other sports are also on the list, officials said.
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By Tom Worgo, Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 27, 2012
McDonogh sent coach Scott Ward out a winner. The third-seeded Eagles won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association water polo championship Friday, edging defending champion and top-seeded Calvert Hall, 9-8, in Owings Mills, thanks to a goal by senior Albert Schmickel with 39 seconds remaining. Ward is leaving his position after 14 seasons and three stints, but he won't officially inform the team of his departure until Monday. "I never told them," said Ward, whose team upset second-seeded Loyola in the semifinals, 13-6.
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By Tom Worgo, Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 27, 2012
McDonogh sent coach Scott Ward out a winner. The third-seeded Eagles won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association water polo championship Friday, edging defending champion and top-seeded Calvert Hall, 9-8, in Owings Mills, thanks to a goal by senior Albert Schmickel with 39 seconds remaining. Ward is leaving his position after 14 seasons and three stints, but he won't officially inform the team of his departure until Monday. "I never told them," said Ward, whose team upset second-seeded Loyola in the semifinals, 13-6.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2011
COLLEGE PARK - The University of Maryland held back letters of intent to high-school recruits of three sports - men's swimming, women's swimming, and women's water polo - an indication that those teams have showed up with others on a list of sports recommended for elimination, multiple school officials said. While no final decisions have been made on cutting sports, officials said between three and 10 teams are endangered after showing up on the list compiled by a president's commission studying remedies to severe athletics budget issues that have been years in the making.
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By MILTON KENT | November 1, 2005
Not long into his time here, Calvert Hall water polo player Filip Kisdobranski made a statement that cut his coach, Donald Anderson, to the bone. Kisdobranski, an exchange student this year from Serbia, told Anderson he didn't believe the teachers at Calvert Hall really cared about him. That factoid came as a surprise to Anderson, since he had not only attended the school himself, but also had put one son through the school and has another son presently...
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By Jeff Friedman | July 28, 2001
The Navy Aquatic Club "A" team faced tough competition in the opening round of the U.S. Water Polo National Championships yesterday, and paid the price. Host Navy was routed in both its matches in the eight-team tournament at Lejeune Hall, losing to California, 11-3, and New York Aquatic Club, 16-7. Navy coach Mike Schofield did not have high expectations for his team in this event, even though most of his players were on the team that took fourth in the NCAA tournament last year. He said he considers this weekend's tournament a primer for the fall season, while most of the other entrants are reaching the end of their campaigns.
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By Patrick Gutierrez and Patrick Gutierrez,patrick.gutierrez@baltsun.com | October 9, 2008
The Navy men's water polo team recently went through what the players refer to as "The Iron Triangle," a doubleheader and road trip all rolled into one. The trip, which Navy has been taking since 2001, started with the Midshipmen leaving their campus at 2:45 p.m. for a 5 p.m. game at Johns Hopkins. After coming from behind to defeat the Blue Jays 15-12, the team boarded its bus about 6:30 p.m. and headed to D.C., to take on George Washington. Traffic delays caused the Mids to arrive at GW less than 30 minutes before the match's scheduled 8 p.m. start time, so they had an abbreviated warm-up before defeating the Colonials, 18-12, to improve to 12-7 overall and 5-1 in the College Water Polo Association.
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By Jeff Friedman and Jeff Friedman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 29, 2001
Olympic Club and New York Aquatic Club "A" both won twice yesterday to advance to today's championship of the U.S. Water Polo National Championships at Navy's Lejeune Hall. With four Olympians, Olympic Club defeated Newport, 12-6, and then California, 9-4. New York A, with three Olympians, defeated California and New York B, 5-4 and 8-3, respectively. The title match is at 1:30 p.m. The Navy Aquatic Club A team, after scoring just 10 goals in two losses Friday, found its offense and won twice to advance to today's 11:10 a.m. match against Newport for fifth place.
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Sports on TV | August 3, 2012
FRIDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS AFL American final: J'ville@Phila. NFL8 NASCAR Sprint Cup Pa. 400: practice SPEEDNoon Sprint Cup: Pa. 400: final practice SPEED3:30 MLB Miami@Washington: doubleheader MASN24 Orioles@Tampa Bay MASN7 Seattle@Yankees MLB7 Cubs@Dodgers (T) WGN-A10 Boxing Ty Barnett vs. Mercito Gesta ESPN210 PGA Web.com: Cox Classic: 2nd rd. GOLF10 a.m. Champions 3M Championship: 1st rd. GOLFNoon WGC Bridgestone Inv.: 2nd rd. GOLF2 Reno-Tahoe Open: 2nd rd. GOLF6:30 Olympics Tennis BRAVO7 a.m. Bask., soccer, volleyball, boxing, etc. NBCSP9 a.m. Swim., track, water polo, rowing, etc. 11, 410 a.m. Boxing (T)
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November 26, 2011
The Maryland Interscholastic Atheltic Association released its all-conference teams Saturday. For the football selections, click here . Here are standouts chosen in each of the other fall sports: CROSS COUNTRY A Conference   Kevin Corbusier, Loyola William Meadows, Gilman Ben Pickett, John Carroll Sam Zunkeler, Gilman Dave Ozarowski, Archbishop Curley Michael Wegner, Loyola ...
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2011
Maryland president Wallace D. Loh announced Monday his "heart-wrenching" decision to eliminate eight of the university's 27 sports teams due to severe budget issues, but he preserved for the teams the longshot possibility of being retained through supporters' fund-raising. Loh said at a grim news conference that he had accepted the recommendations of a university commission released a week earlier that the teams be discontinued, effective July 1, to create "a leaner, stronger athletic program.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2011
A University of Maryland commission concluded that the school cannot adequately support 27 teams and recommended eliminating eight of them to create "a leaner, stronger athletic program. " The teams, which compete in six different sports, are: men's tennis, men's track and field (indoor, outdoor and cross country), men's swimming and diving, women's swimming and diving, women's water polo and women's acrobatics and tumbling, formerly called "competitive cheer. " The 17-member commission suggested Maryland has had to spread itself thin with so many teams -- five more than the average for the Atlantic Coast Conference's public universities.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2011
The University of Maryland held back letters of intent to high school recruits in three sports -- men's swimming and diving, women's swimming and diving, and women's water polo - - an indication that those teams could be eliminated, school officials said. Not sending the letters as part of an early signing period means that those teams are likely on a list of recommended cuts to help stem the athletic department's budget woes. An unknown number of other sports are also on the list, officials said.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2011
COLLEGE PARK - The University of Maryland held back letters of intent to high-school recruits of three sports - men's swimming, women's swimming, and women's water polo - an indication that those teams have showed up with others on a list of sports recommended for elimination, multiple school officials said. While no final decisions have been made on cutting sports, officials said between three and 10 teams are endangered after showing up on the list compiled by a president's commission studying remedies to severe athletics budget issues that have been years in the making.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 22, 1998
McDonogh's water polo squad, coached by Brent Miller, swept three games to win its second consecutive Eastern Prep School tournament in Lawrenceville, N.J., on Nov. 14.Junior goalie Ryan Gens, a part-time starter last season, was among four players for the Eagles (20-5) who earned All-Tournament honors in an event comprised of some of the East Coast's top prep programs.Also earning All-Tournament honors was event MVP Jamie Todes, the top scorer with 13 of the Eagles' 45 goals to go with eight assists, Michael Wheeler and Matt Harrison.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2002
This time, the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association water polo championship wasn't defined by a last-second goal or a miracle comeback. Calvert Hall didn't need either one. The Cardinals walked into the MIAA championships yesterday at Loyola Blakefield as the third seed, and left the pool with the championship plaque, besting top-seeded Gilman, 11-6, for their second straight title. It is the third year the MIAA has sanctioned the five-team water polo league. Calvert Hall won last year, edging Loyola, 4-3, on a goal with one second left in overtime.
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September 13, 2011
Calvert Hall went on a 3-1 closing run in the final 4:44 to subdue two-time defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland champion Loyola Blakefield, 16-14, Tuesday afternoon in Towson. The victory snapped the Cardinals' three-year home losing streak to the Dons, who went unbeaten in the MIAA last season. Carpenter Warren and Steve Roberts led the way for the winners, scoring six goals each in the up-tempo battle in which the home team never trailed — but could not put away its archrivals until the late going.
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