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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Special to The Sun | November 16, 1991
Finally, the U.S. women's soccer team will find out how good it is.More than six years after it was formed, the U.S. team is now positioned to achieve the one goal that ever mattered: winning the inaugural world championship of women's soccer.Twelve nations have ventured to China to compete in the first Federation Internationale de Football Association World Championships of Women's Soccer. China opens play today against Norway in Canton's Tianhe Stadium.The United States, in Group B with Japan, Brazil and Sweden, begins play with the Swedes tomorrow in Punyu, China.
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Baltimore Sun | July 24, 2012
Viewing Tips The U.S. women's field hockey team, which includes Maryland grads Katie O'Donnell and Keli Smith Puzo, faces Argentina. Watch at 2 p.m. on MSNBC. Watch Baltimore native Carmelo Anthony and Seat Pleasant native Kevin Durant in the U.S. men's basketball team's game against Tunisia, 5:15 p.m. on NBC Sports Network. During primetime on WBAL-TV, coverage starting at 8 p.m. will include the men's swimming 200m butterfly final, featuring Michael Phelps. Schedule 12:35 a.m. to 1:35 a.m. Swimming/Whitewater WBAL 1:35 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. Monday primetime repeat WBAL 3 a.m. to 4 a.m. Boxing CNBC 4 a.m. to 5:45 a.m. Men's Basketball: CHN vs. RUS NBCSN 5:45 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. Equestrian NBCSN 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tennis Bravo 8:15 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. Men's Water Polo: HUN vs. MNE NBCSN 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Table Tennis MSNBC 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Multiple Sports Telemundo 9:15 a.m. to 10:35 a.m. Equestrian NBCSN 9:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Women's Soccer: CAN vs. SWE MSNBC 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Canoe/Kayak WBAL 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Swimming WBAL 10:35 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Men's Beach Volleyball NBCSN 11:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Rowing WBAL 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Women's Beach Volleyball NBCSN 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Men's Volleyball: USA vs. GER WBAL 12:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. Women's Soccer: USA vs. PRK NBCSN 12:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. Women's Soccer: FRA vs. COL MSNBC 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. Swimming WBAL...
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November 4, 1995
BaseballChicago Cubs: Claimed P Scott Moten off waivers from Minnesota Twins.Colorado Rockies: Agreed to terms with P Bruce Ruffin on a $2 million, two-year contract.Los Angeles Dodgers: Gave P Todd Worrell $4 million contract with 1997 option for $3.75 million. Won't offer arbitration to 3B Tim Wallach, OF Brett Butler and P Tom Candiotti.BasketballCharlotte Hornets: Traded C Alonzo Mourning, C LeRon Ellis and G Pete Myers to Miami Heat for G Glen Rice, G Khalid Reeves, C Matt Geiger and 1996 first-round pick.
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By Sports Digest | January 28, 2010
Former Loyola soccer player Sarra Moller , now a Greyhounds assistant coach, has signed a contract to play for Kvarnsvedens IK, a professional women's soccer team in Sweden. Moller is the first Loyola women's soccer player to play professionally overseas. Moller concluded her college playing career in 2008 by earning All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference first-team honors for the fourth consecutive year. She was the conference's Defensive Player of the Year during her freshman and senior seasons.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | September 18, 1990
It was not just another weekend for Alden Shattuck.But then, this has not been just another season for Shattuck.He is in his sixth year as the men's soccer coach at Maryland. He is in his first as the women's coach.His tour of double duty was in evidence last weekend. On Friday, Shattuck traveled with his women to Chapel Hill, N.C. In search of their 10th national title in the last 12 years, the Tar Heels are the undisputed queens of collegiate women's soccer. They dismissed Maryland, 5-0.Shattuck returned with the women to College Park that night, then got right back on the road.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2005
Less than one year after graduating from the Naval Academy as the women's soccer program's all-time leader in goals and points, Stacy Finley died of viral meningitis Thursday in Brentwood, Calif. Finley, 22, had been home on leave for a week when, nine days ago, she developed a headache and nausea. She wasn't overly worried, said assistant Navy soccer coach Rob Blanck yesterday. "She thought she might have the flu, and her mom took her to the hospital on Saturday," Blanck said. "They gave her some antibiotics and told her she had viral meningitis.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | August 2, 1997
Baltimore's Laurie Schwoy will be surrounded by familiar faces as the U.S. Under-20 women's national team competes in the annual Nordic Cup tournament in Denmark next week.Center midfielder Schwoy and seven others from North Carolina, where she'll be a sophomore this fall, fill half of coach Lauren Gregg's 16-player roster. Two are incoming Tar Heels freshmen.Five more U.S. teammates are from Notre Dame, the club Schwoy's long pass helped beat in overtime for the NCAA Division I national championship last fall.
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By CANDUS THOMSON | August 26, 2004
That childhood game of "Telephone" has nothing on the ancient and cruel tradition of the post-competition news conference. Questions and answers must be translated into anywhere from three to 12 languages. By the time the bronze-medal winner gets to answer, no one can remember the question. By the time the athlete responds, we've already moved on to the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Like "Telephone," where messages whispered from one child to another become garbled, something always gets lost in the news conference translation.
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By Tribune Olympic Bureau | August 22, 2008
BEIJING - A storied era in U.S. women's soccer ended when Mia Hamm, Julie Foudy and other pioneers retired as Olympic champions after the Athens Games, but another promising era might have dawned yesterday on a soggy field at Workers' Stadium. The U.S. women won their third gold medal awarded for women's soccer in four Olympic tournaments by edging Brazil, 1-0, on midfielder Carli Lloyd's extra-time goal. The U.S. team had defeated Brazil in Athens, also in overtime, but this team has a different roster and is less famous than its predecessor.
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November 8, 2003
Moves Baseball BRAVES: Announced 1B Robert Fick cleared unconditional release waivers. BREWERS: Signed IF Trent Durrington to minor league contract and invited him to spring training. CARDINALS: Declined to exercise their 2004 contract option on P Mike DeJean. CUBS: Exercised 2004 contract option on P Matt Clement, worth $6 million. MARINERS: Named Bill Bavasi general manager and executive vice president. MARLINS: Announced that bullpen coach Jeff Cox, bench coach Doug Davis, first base and infield coach Perry Hill, pitching coach Wayne Rosenthal, hitting coach Bill Robinson and bullpen coordinator Pierre Arsenault will return for the 2004 season.
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By From Sun staff reports | September 1, 2009
College field hockey Muracco, O'Donnell lead Terps over Northwestern, 7-2 The No. 1 Maryland field hockey team won the 2009 Wildcat Classic with a 7-2 victory over tournament host Northwestern. The Terps moved to 3-0 on the year. Nicole Muracco scored three goals for Maryland, and Brigitte Strother added two. Katie O'Donnell contributed a goal and two assists, and Ameliet Rischen had one goal and one assist. Emma Thomas, Colleen Gulick and Janessa Pope each added an assist. More colleges Three Navy women's soccer players earn weekly honors Three Midshipmen were recognized Monday by the Patriot League for their standout early-season performances.
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By Tribune Olympic Bureau | August 22, 2008
BEIJING - A storied era in U.S. women's soccer ended when Mia Hamm, Julie Foudy and other pioneers retired as Olympic champions after the Athens Games, but another promising era might have dawned yesterday on a soggy field at Workers' Stadium. The U.S. women won their third gold medal awarded for women's soccer in four Olympic tournaments by edging Brazil, 1-0, on midfielder Carli Lloyd's extra-time goal. The U.S. team had defeated Brazil in Athens, also in overtime, but this team has a different roster and is less famous than its predecessor.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2005
SEVERAL SOCCER wrinkles set apart a charity golf tournament that is to be played Monday at Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center. First, it is being run by the Washington Freedom, with a significant assist from a Columbia woman who is active in keeping that former pro women's soccer team - and dream - alive. More on her in a moment. This tournament is different, too, in that a few soccer celebrities will be in town, including the wife of Chicago Cubs shortstop Nomar Garciparra, better known in soccer circles as Mia Hamm, considered by many to be the greatest women's soccer player ever.
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June 16, 2005
Moves Baseball BRAVES: Signed P Jim Brower for remainder of 2005 season. CUBS: Optioned P John Koronka to Triple-A Iowa. Purchased contract of P Rich Hill from Iowa. Waived P David Crouthers. DODGERS: Placed P Eric Gagne on 15-day DL with second-degree sprain of ulnar collateral ligament in right elbow. Activated P Elmer Dessens from 15-day DL. METS: Placed 2B Miguel Cairo on 15-day DL with strained left hamstring. Called up 1B/OF Brian Daubach from Triple-A Norfolk. ORIOLES: OF Napoleon Calzado cleared waivers and has been ourighted to Triple-A Ottawa.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2005
Less than one year after graduating from the Naval Academy as the women's soccer program's all-time leader in goals and points, Stacy Finley died of viral meningitis Thursday in Brentwood, Calif. Finley, 22, had been home on leave for a week when, nine days ago, she developed a headache and nausea. She wasn't overly worried, said assistant Navy soccer coach Rob Blanck yesterday. "She thought she might have the flu, and her mom took her to the hospital on Saturday," Blanck said. "They gave her some antibiotics and told her she had viral meningitis.
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December 12, 1991
SuperSonics waive Dailey after disputeThe Seattle SuperSonics placed guard Quintin Dailey on waivers because of what coach K.C. Jones called a dispute over playing time. Dailey had appeared in 11 of the team's 19 games, averaging 9.0 minutes and 2.8 points.Dailey, 30, a Cardinal Gibbons graduate, was in his third year with the Sonics after three years with the Los Angeles Clippers and four with the Chicago Bulls. He said he plans to sign with a team in the newly formed Global Basketball League and indicated he would like to someday work as an NBA referee.
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November 9, 1999
BaseballThe Sporting News: Named Athletics GM Billy Beane Executive of the Year.Expos: Named Pat Roessler batting coach and Brad Arnsberg bullpen coach.Red Sox: P Kent Mercker declined option.Tigers: Exercised option on OF Juan Gonzalez.BasketballCeltics: Waived G Wayne Turner. Signed G Doug Overton.Hornets: Waived G Jason Miskiri.CollegeACC: Named Shannon Higgins-Cirovski women's soccer Coach of the Year. Named M Emily Janss first-team all-conference and M Jackie Mynarski to second team.
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