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By From staff reports | March 3, 2007
ASHLAND, Va. -- William Paterson defeated No. 22 McDaniel, 69-61 in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament yesterday. Theresa Hess led the Green Terror (23-4) with 10 points and seven rebounds in her final game in a McDaniel uniform. Fellow seniors Heather Thompson and Katy Powell added nine points apiece. Thompson also grabbed 10 rebounds. William Paterson's Michelle Pellichero scored 12 of her game-high 21 points in the second half. Melissa Moore added a double double for the Pioneers (23-5)
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Sports Digest | May 11, 2014
baltimoresun.com/nascar Major League Lacrosse Bayhawks fall, 12-7, on road despite Turner's 17 saves Goalkeeper Kip Turner (Severn) was spectacular at times in making 17 saves, but several lengthy offensive droughts doomed the Chesapeake Bayhawks in a 12-7 loss to the host Charlotte Hounds on Saturday. Midfielder Peet Poillon (UMBC), who was making his season debut, scored two goals for Chesapeake, which put less than half its shots (17 of 35) on goal. Attackman Brendan Mundorf (UMBC)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 14, 1998
WAYNE, N.J. -- Alsiene Washington rushed 30 times for 224 yards and four touchdowns to power host William Paterson past Salisbury State, 52-45, last night in the Sea Gulls' season finale.Salisbury State ends its season at 3-7, losing seven of its final eight games.The Pioneers (3-7) trailed the first three quarters before going on a 23-7 fourth-quarter run, sparked by Washington's 17-yard touchdown run to tie the score at 38.Salisbury State 17 7 14 7 -- 45William Paterson . 3 13 13 23 -- 52Pub Date: 11/14/98
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By From staff reports | March 3, 2007
ASHLAND, Va. -- William Paterson defeated No. 22 McDaniel, 69-61 in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament yesterday. Theresa Hess led the Green Terror (23-4) with 10 points and seven rebounds in her final game in a McDaniel uniform. Fellow seniors Heather Thompson and Katy Powell added nine points apiece. Thompson also grabbed 10 rebounds. William Paterson's Michelle Pellichero scored 12 of her game-high 21 points in the second half. Melissa Moore added a double double for the Pioneers (23-5)
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By From Staff Reports | January 6, 1994
WAYNE, N.J.--Maureen Marz scored 20 points as William Paterson (10-1) downed Sallisbury State (3-5), 83-52, in an NCAA division III game last night, Kim Roth and Ava Tasker each scored 10 for the Sea Gulls.
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June 17, 1992
Baseball2 Minnesota Timberwolves -- Waived F Tod Murphy.CollegesNCAA -- Named Metro Conference commissioner Ralph McFillen the Division I Men's Basketball Committee, effective Sept. 1.Allegheny -- Announced the resignation of AD Norm Sundstrom, effective June 30.Missouri -- Announced that Dan Devine, athletic director from 1967 to 1970, has reached a one-year agreement to return to that position.William Paterson -- Named Jerry Dallessio men's basketball coach.FootballIndianapolis Colts -- Signed WR Sammy Martin.
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By Christian Ewell | November 13, 1998
Salisbury State (3-6) vs. William Paterson (2-7)Site: Wightman Field, Wayne, N.J.Time: 7: 30Outlook: A win would give the Sea Gulls some symmetry to their season. After beating Ferrum last week, 16-13, a two-game winning streak to end the season would match the two-game winning streak that began the season. The win over Ferrum was the first in the Atlantic Central Football Conference for Salisbury, whose 1998 has been marred by a six-game losing streak. RB Tony Ellis (793 yards this season)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 25, 1996
Adria Schneck scored 24 points and Becky Dowling had a double double as the Navy women's basketball team captured the Gate City Shootout Tournament championship yesterday in Pocatello, Idaho, with a 58-55 win over Gonzaga.Schneck, who was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player, hit two free throws to tie the game at 55 with 1: 47 left in the game. Joanne Groth gave the Mids (2-0) the lead to stay with a put-back with just 44 seconds left.Dowling finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds.
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August 30, 2001
Bowie State Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 at J.C. Smith 7 Sept. 8 Winston-Salem St. 1 Sept. 15 at Cheyney 1 Sept. 22 West Virginia State 1 Sept. 29 at Virginia Union 1:30 Oct. 6 Morehouse 1 Oct. 13 at Elizabeth City St. 1:30 Oct. 20 Gannon 1 Oct. 27 Fayetteville State 1 Nov. 3 at Virginia State 2:30 Frostburg State Date Opponent Time Sept. 8 at Marist 7 Sept. 15 at Allegheny 1 Sept. 22 at Brockport State 1:30 Sept. 29 Chowan 1 Oct. 6 at Wesley 1 Oct. 13 Catholic 1 Oct. 27 at Newport News 1 Nov. 3 Waynesburg 1 Nov. 10 Salisbury-a 1:30 a-at RFK Stadium, Washington Johns Hopkins Date Opponent Time Sept.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 4, 2006
New York -- Senior forward Anthony Fitzgerald scored 10 points and grabbed 25 rebounds to lead Ville Julie to an upset of host Baruch, 86-71, in the first round of the NCAA Division III men's basketball tournament. The Mustangs (19-8) advance to the second round, where they will face William Paterson at Baruch tomorrow night at 7. Junior guard Phillip Williams scored a game-high 20 points for the Mustangs. Senior guard Robi Davidson led the Bearcats (23-6) with 19 points. The turning point came with nine minutes left.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 4, 2007
Brian Hodges converted a three-point play with 5.5 seconds left to lift UMBC over Binghamton, 73-71, last night in Vestal, N.Y. With the Bearcats (7-6, 0-1 America East) clinging to a 71-70 lead in the closing seconds, Hodges drove the baseline, made a layup and drew a foul. He made the free throw for the final margin. Binghamton pushed the ball upcourt for a final shot but Mike Gordon was stripped at midcourt by Jay Greene, who ran out the clock. The Retrievers (5-9, 1-0) shot 59 percent and broke down Binghamton's interior defense for 34 points in the paint.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 4, 2006
New York -- Senior forward Anthony Fitzgerald scored 10 points and grabbed 25 rebounds to lead Ville Julie to an upset of host Baruch, 86-71, in the first round of the NCAA Division III men's basketball tournament. The Mustangs (19-8) advance to the second round, where they will face William Paterson at Baruch tomorrow night at 7. Junior guard Phillip Williams scored a game-high 20 points for the Mustangs. Senior guard Robi Davidson led the Bearcats (23-6) with 19 points. The turning point came with nine minutes left.
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By Bill Free | September 13, 2003
Today's games Washington & Lee (0-0) at Johns Hopkins (1-0) Site: Homewood Field Time: Noon Series: Tied 6-6-1 Last week: Hopkins defeated Rochester, 27-9. Washington & Lee was idle. Outlook: Hopkins thrived on third-down conversions (seven of 13) last week to make it 10 wins in its past 12 games. Senior QB George Merrell had a career-high 220 yards passing and three TD passes. W&L is stuck on four straight 5-5 seasons, with preseason second-team Division III All-America LB Ben Krasnoff leading the way..
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 3, 2002
Junior Richard Mann's 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown with 4:35 remaining yesterday lifted No. 20 Salisbury to a 22-19 homecoming victory over Wesley before 3,123 in an Atlantic Central Conference game. The Sea Gulls improved to 8-0 overall, 2-0 in the ACFC, while Wesley fell to 4-4, 1-2. In a game that featured five lead changes, including four in the second half, Mann's touchdown came 18 seconds after Wesley had regained the lead on Fred Edwards' 2-yard touchdown run. After a Sea Gulls fumble, the Wolverines took the lead on their first play of the third quarter, as Curtis Long hit Joe Able for a 22-yard touchdown and a 13-9 advantage.
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August 30, 2001
Bowie State Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 at J.C. Smith 7 Sept. 8 Winston-Salem St. 1 Sept. 15 at Cheyney 1 Sept. 22 West Virginia State 1 Sept. 29 at Virginia Union 1:30 Oct. 6 Morehouse 1 Oct. 13 at Elizabeth City St. 1:30 Oct. 20 Gannon 1 Oct. 27 Fayetteville State 1 Nov. 3 at Virginia State 2:30 Frostburg State Date Opponent Time Sept. 8 at Marist 7 Sept. 15 at Allegheny 1 Sept. 22 at Brockport State 1:30 Sept. 29 Chowan 1 Oct. 6 at Wesley 1 Oct. 13 Catholic 1 Oct. 27 at Newport News 1 Nov. 3 Waynesburg 1 Nov. 10 Salisbury-a 1:30 a-at RFK Stadium, Washington Johns Hopkins Date Opponent Time Sept.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 4, 2007
Brian Hodges converted a three-point play with 5.5 seconds left to lift UMBC over Binghamton, 73-71, last night in Vestal, N.Y. With the Bearcats (7-6, 0-1 America East) clinging to a 71-70 lead in the closing seconds, Hodges drove the baseline, made a layup and drew a foul. He made the free throw for the final margin. Binghamton pushed the ball upcourt for a final shot but Mike Gordon was stripped at midcourt by Jay Greene, who ran out the clock. The Retrievers (5-9, 1-0) shot 59 percent and broke down Binghamton's interior defense for 34 points in the paint.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 3, 2002
Junior Richard Mann's 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown with 4:35 remaining yesterday lifted No. 20 Salisbury to a 22-19 homecoming victory over Wesley before 3,123 in an Atlantic Central Conference game. The Sea Gulls improved to 8-0 overall, 2-0 in the ACFC, while Wesley fell to 4-4, 1-2. In a game that featured five lead changes, including four in the second half, Mann's touchdown came 18 seconds after Wesley had regained the lead on Fred Edwards' 2-yard touchdown run. After a Sea Gulls fumble, the Wolverines took the lead on their first play of the third quarter, as Curtis Long hit Joe Able for a 22-yard touchdown and a 13-9 advantage.
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