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By From Staff Reports | January 29, 1995
ROCK HILL, S.C. -- Senior guard Eric Wyatt fueled a UMBC rally by scoring all 16 of his points in the second half as the Retrievers defeated Winthrop, 71-65, yesterday in a Big South Conference game.UMBC (8-10, 5-3) trailed 51-45 with 9:47 left when Wyatt scored 13 of the team's next 20 points, including a breakaway layup with 17 seconds left that gave the Retrievers a 10-point advantage. Tony Thompson (19 points) led four UMBC players in double figures. Marc Lay and Artie Walker each scored 13.Winthrop (5-12)
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By Katherine Dunn | February 19, 2013
Seven is a lucky number so far this season for Navy's Jasmine DePompeo, who has tallied as many points in each of the Midshipmen's first two games. The two-time Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year, DePompeo dished out nine assists in wins over Winthrop and Liberty and now holds the school record for career assists with 105. The senior attacker from Sayville, N.Y. came into the season tied with Caitlin Mandrin Hill with 96. She broke the record by dishing out five assists in the season-opening 23-4 win over Winthrop.
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By From Staff Reports | January 27, 1995
ROCK HILL, S.C. -- Junior guard LaShawn Coulter scored 26 points to lead Winthrop University to a 97-93 Big South Conference victory over Towson State last night.The Eagles (5-11, 2-5) trailed by 73-72 with 6:28 left when Coulter sparked a 6-0 run with his fourth three-pointer, which gave Winthrop a 78-73 lead. The Eagles protected the lead by scoring their last 13 points on free throws.For the game, Winthrop made 35 of 44 from the free-throw line.The Tigers fell to 7-8, 2-5 in the Big South.
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From Sun staff reports | February 10, 2013
No. 4 Maryland wasted little time getting its offense rolling in a 20-7 season-opening victory at Richmond on Sunday. Alex Aust and Katie Schwarzmann (Century) led the Terps , combining for 10 points on seven goals and three assists. Sam Stevenson led the Spiders (0-1) with four goals. Schwarzmann started the Terps ' scoring with a goal just 19 seconds into the game. Senior Kasey Howard (Broadneck) made her first career start in the cage for the Terps and finished with four saves.
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By From Staff Reports | December 18, 1993
Sophomore forward Tanya Belair had a career-high 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals to lead Towson State (2-2, 1-0) over Winthrop (0-3, 0-1), 57-52, in the Big State womenSouth Conference opener for both teams at the Towson Center last night.UMBC 62, UNC-Asheville 54Senior guard Nikki Tinsley had 19 points and junior center Eunice French had a career-high 19 rebounds as UMBC (1-3, 1-0) beat UNC-Asheville (2-5, 0-1).La. Tech 109, Morgan St. 21BATON ROUGE, La. -- Tenth-ranked Louisiana Tech (5-2)
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By Bill Free | November 27, 1991
On a night when his team led by as many as 21 points in the second half and held off a strong Winthrop College rally in the closing minutes to win, 76-68, it was hard for Coppin State coach Fang Mitchell to get a message across to his young players."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | January 28, 1994
In the two years Towson State's basketball team has competed in the Big South Conference, one school, Winthrop, has proven the thorniest obstacle.The Eagles were the only opponent to beat the Tigers twice last season, the second time unceremoniously knocking top seeded Towson out of the postseason tournament.But times have changed.Last night, the Tigers overpowered a short-handed Winthrop team with their superior talent and depth in the second half and rolled to their easiest victory of the season, 104-87.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 19, 2006
All five Winthrop starters scored in double figures as the Eagles defeated Mount St. Mary's, 74-59, in a men's basketball game last night in Rock Hill, S.C. The Eagles (8-3) took control with a 19-8 run that started with a half-court shot at the halftime buzzer by Chris Gaynor. Phillip Williams scored 17 points to lead Winthrop. Torrell Martin added 16 points and Craig Bradshaw had 13. The Mount (2-8) was within 30-24 with four seconds left in the first half after two free throws by Guyvans Richards.
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By David Haugh | March 17, 2007
SPOKANE, Wash. -- His head buried in his hands, Notre Dame senior guard Russell Carter lingered alone on the bench as his teammates began shaking hands with Winthrop players after the 11th-seeded Eagles' 74-64 victory yesterday in the first round of the NCAA men's tournament Midwest Regional. Irish coach Mike Brey came over to coax Carter into getting up to congratulate the Winthrop players. After all, as Brey and every bracketologist from here to Rock Hill, S.C., knew, they had earned it. "I thought their men played like men," Brey said of Winthrop.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | November 21, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- With an Afro that's visible from the rafters at Comcast Center, Maryland junior-college transfer Bambale Osby quickly made himself recognizable to Terps fans. Last night, he caught their attention with his aggressive scoring under the basket when he had to replace starter James Gist, who picked up two early fouls and was sidelined for the remaining 14:05 in the first half. High Point@Maryland Friday, 1:30 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM
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By David Wharton and David Wharton,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 19, 2007
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Any hopes of tiny Winthrop making a Cinderella run through the NCAA tournament ended yesterday afternoon. Oregon blew past the underdog Eagles with a barrage of jump shots and three-pointers, winning a Midwest Regional second-round game, 75-61. Guard Aaron Brooks led the Ducks with 22 points and his backcourt partner Tajuan Porter added 14. Between them, they made nine of 17 from three-point range. "We're a guard-oriented team," Porter said. "We know when to take our threes."
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March 17, 2007
Fly like an Eagle Making its seventh NCAA tournament appearance in the past nine years, Winthrop finally broke into the win column. The 11th-seeded Eagles, who last year lost to Tennessee by two points as a No. 15 seed, wasted a 20-point second-half lead before knocking off sixth-seeded Notre Dame, 74-64, in a Midwest Regional game in Spokane, Wash. Article, PG 8C; NCAA coverage, PGS 6-12C Big Ten muscle Big Ten teams were 2-1 yesterday for a first-round record of 5-1. Illinois was the only loser, blowing a 13-point second-half lead and a chance to upset No. 5 seed Virginia Tech.
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By David Haugh | March 17, 2007
SPOKANE, Wash. -- His head buried in his hands, Notre Dame senior guard Russell Carter lingered alone on the bench as his teammates began shaking hands with Winthrop players after the 11th-seeded Eagles' 74-64 victory yesterday in the first round of the NCAA men's tournament Midwest Regional. Irish coach Mike Brey came over to coax Carter into getting up to congratulate the Winthrop players. After all, as Brey and every bracketologist from here to Rock Hill, S.C., knew, they had earned it. "I thought their men played like men," Brey said of Winthrop.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 19, 2006
All five Winthrop starters scored in double figures as the Eagles defeated Mount St. Mary's, 74-59, in a men's basketball game last night in Rock Hill, S.C. The Eagles (8-3) took control with a 19-8 run that started with a half-court shot at the halftime buzzer by Chris Gaynor. Phillip Williams scored 17 points to lead Winthrop. Torrell Martin added 16 points and Craig Bradshaw had 13. The Mount (2-8) was within 30-24 with four seconds left in the first half after two free throws by Guyvans Richards.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,[Sun reporter] | November 24, 2006
COLLEGE PARK --After his team beat Winthrop on Monday night, Maryland coach Gary Williams made it perfectly clear the Terps aren't taking anyone lightly when he said they "prepared for Winthrop like it was the ACC." High Point @Maryland Today, 1:30 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM
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By David Wharton and David Wharton,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 19, 2007
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Any hopes of tiny Winthrop making a Cinderella run through the NCAA tournament ended yesterday afternoon. Oregon blew past the underdog Eagles with a barrage of jump shots and three-pointers, winning a Midwest Regional second-round game, 75-61. Guard Aaron Brooks led the Ducks with 22 points and his backcourt partner Tajuan Porter added 14. Between them, they made nine of 17 from three-point range. "We're a guard-oriented team," Porter said. "We know when to take our threes."
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | November 21, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- With an Afro that's visible from the rafters at Comcast Center, Maryland junior-college transfer Bambale Osby quickly made himself recognizable to Terps fans. Last night, he caught their attention with his aggressive scoring under the basket when he had to replace starter James Gist, who picked up two early fouls and was sidelined for the remaining 14:05 in the first half. High Point@Maryland Friday, 1:30 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun reporter | November 20, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- After winning four straight games in the 2K Sports College Hoops Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer, the Maryland men's basketball team came home with a 3-foot-tall trophy topped by a golden basketball, and T-shirts with the word "CHAMPIONS" on the front. After back-to-back seasons in which titles of any kind have been hard to come by, they were more than just souvenirs from Madison Square Garden in New York. Winthrop@Maryland Tonight, 8, Comcast SportsNet, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM
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