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By Pat O'Malley | February 2, 1992
Because you guys are swamping me with tidbits and "Q's" without answers, I've got to unload a second batch since Wednesday.Don't get me wrong, sports fans, I'm not complaining. What I am doing is showing my gratitude and at the same time giving you what you want -- a lotof interesting notes on our favorite subject, Anne Arundel County sports.Let me give you the 24-Hour Sportsline number, 647-2499 (most of you know it by heart anyway, as well as 911) and invite you to call any time with your answers, gripes, compliments or big "Q's" of your own.* Isn't it a compliment to his extraordinary basketball talents and to the fact that he is a quality person and student/athlete that Rob Wooster of Annapolis has generated interest from not only the U.S. Naval Academy but the Georgetown Hoyas as well?
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 10, 2004
Salisbury will open defense of its national championship Sunday against Wooster in the first round of the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament. The Sea Gulls (16-0) have made the tournament 22 times - 16 straight - and have won four times. Former Salisbury goalie Jason Tarnow coaches Wooster (8-4). Gettysburg 7, Washington College 6: Matt Twombley scored the go-ahead goal with 2:36 remaining in the third quarter, and the Bullets (13-3) held the hosts scoreless in the fourth quarter to win the Centennial Conference and automatic spot in the Division III tournament.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | April 16, 1992
Saying he "liked everything about the school from academics to basketball," Rob Wooster of Annapolis High has accepted a full scholarshipto St. Francis College in Loretto, Pa.Wooster, the only boys basketball player to repeat as the Anne Arundel County Sun Player of theYear (1991 and 1992), led the county in scoring last season, averaging 26 points a game. He became only the third player in Annapolis history to crack the 1,000-point milestone (1,001)."Everything combined, the school, community, basketball program, I liked everything about St. Francis," said Wooster who visited the Division I Northeast Conference school this past weekend.
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By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
McDaniel College's new provost, Thomas Falkner, wants to increase faculty diversity, create more study-abroad opportunities for students and play a role in the college's review of its general education curriculum in the coming years. The three goals are just the beginning for Falkner, who becomes McDaniel's chief academic officer in July. Falkner, whose appointment as provost and dean of the faculty was announced Tuesday, replaces Sam Case, who is retiring June 30. "Dr. Falkner comes to us highly recommended as an enthusiastic advocate of the liberal arts, as a dedicated teacher and a learned scholar, and as an accomplished administrator," said McDaniel College President Joan Develin Coley.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 10, 2004
Salisbury will open defense of its national championship Sunday against Wooster in the first round of the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament. The Sea Gulls (16-0) have made the tournament 22 times - 16 straight - and have won four times. Former Salisbury goalie Jason Tarnow coaches Wooster (8-4). Gettysburg 7, Washington College 6: Matt Twombley scored the go-ahead goal with 2:36 remaining in the third quarter, and the Bullets (13-3) held the hosts scoreless in the fourth quarter to win the Centennial Conference and automatic spot in the Division III tournament.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 22, 1998
Tough as it may be to imagine a Division III game that feels like it's being played in March, that's the kind of game that Goucher and Wooster played last night.Behind 17 points from Bakari Ward and 13 from Mike Doyle, Goucher (7-2) defeated the Scots, 67-62, in a match where the intensity belied the sparse inter-semester crowd of 275 at the Sports and Recreation Center."It definitely seemed like a tournament atmosphere," said Gophers coach Leonard Trevino, whose team had 26 points off 22 Wooster turnovers.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Special to The Evening Sun | January 16, 1992
For Annapolis forward Rob Wooster, improving his statistics of the previous winter isn't just a goal.It's tradition."After your junior year, you're supposed to come back and add more of what you did then to your senior year," he said."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 17, 1991
This year's Annapolis High boys basketball squad boasted a swirling offense and a game pace that often neared warp speed. Its scoring average was a bloated 83 points per game.Yet one guy was the eye in the storm that was the Panthers' squad. In fact, he simply had the team's best eye for the basket when it came to marksmanship.At age 16, he's the Panthers' best-kept secret and comes in a neatly wrapped, 6-foot-5, 200-pound package labeled Rob Wooster, whose attributes include a balanced all-around game and sound fundamentals and technique.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Special to The Sun | January 29, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- Finally, a big game that lived up to all the advance.Senior forward Rob Wooster sank two free throws with three seconds left, and No. 4 Annapolis (11-1) survived a last-ditch, three-point shot and a gutsy comeback from No. 16 South River (12-2) to prevail, 84-81, in a battle of Anne Arundel County's top two boys basketball teams.Annapolis led, 82-75, in the final minute when the visiting Seahawks scored six straight points to pull within 82-81 with four seconds left. Wooster then hit twice from the line, where he was 10-for-12, and a half-court shot from South River senior Al Lee bounced off the glass as time expired.
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By Pat O'Malley | February 10, 1992
At least Rob Wooster got to experience the thrill of being nominatedand the thrill of anticipation hoping that his name just might show up on national television Saturday during the telecast of the Duke and Louisiana State University hoop game.When analyst Billy Packer ran down the list of 20 seniors named to the East team for the McDonald's All-American High School Basketball Game, a lot of us were in front of our TV sets hoping that we might see the name of Wooster, the Annapolis star, show up.Five names at a time were shown on the screen, and familiar namessuch as Dunbar High School stars Michael Lloyd and Donta Bright madeit, but no Wooster.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2000
The senior leadership of Starke Mueller, David Wagner, Paul Gillette and Mac Chase led defending Class 4A-3A state boys lacrosse champion Severna Park to a thrilling 9-8 victory over Annapolis last night in the East region final at George Roberts Field. Mueller was the man on faceoffs for the No.7-ranked Falcons (17-2), and Wagner held normally high-scoring David Wooster to two assists. Wooster had scored five in the No.6 Panthers' 11-8 victory over the Falcons in last week's county championship game.
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By Diane B. Mikulis and Diane B. Mikulis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 26, 2000
With hundreds of colleges to choose from, high school seniors might feel overwhelmed making that all-important decision of where to go -- and sometimes start their search by hitting the books. In addition to campus visits, talks with admissions counselors, and Internet searches, many students rely on college guides and rating books to narrow down their choices. That's what Christina Wells, a freshman at Salisbury State University, did. Thinking about things such `as class sizes, college size, majors offered, diversity, SAT scores of incoming freshmen and tuition costs helped Christina determine what she was looking for. "The books helped me with the questions I should ask," the Severna Park resident said.
SPORTS
March 14, 2000
Boys Player of the Year Derrick Snowden, Spalding: The Alhambra Tournament remains for the Cavaliers, but Snowden has nothing left to prove. The point guard capped an incredible four-year varsity career as the MVP for both the Baltimore Catholic League regular season and tournament. Spalding's career leader in points (1,341) and assists (677), the 6-foot, Villanova-bound Snowden is a repeat Anne Arundel Player of the Year and a three-time All-County choice. Only two other players have repeated as Player of the Year -- Rob Wooster (Annapolis, St. Francis, Pa.)
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 28, 1999
Annapolis, at No. 8 the Baltimore area's highest ranked public school team, got all it could handle from visiting Severna Park before taking a 9-7 victory last night.The game was a match-up of not only the county's longest running public school rivalry but also a game pitting a pair of junior-dominated teams.All nine Annapolis goals came from juniors. Attackman David Wooster and midfielder Josh Lesko each scored three times to lead the Panthers.Four of Severna Park's goals were by underclassmen, too, with junior midfielder Mac Chase tying senior attackman Hans Hergenroeder with two goals each.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 22, 1998
Tough as it may be to imagine a Division III game that feels like it's being played in March, that's the kind of game that Goucher and Wooster played last night.Behind 17 points from Bakari Ward and 13 from Mike Doyle, Goucher (7-2) defeated the Scots, 67-62, in a match where the intensity belied the sparse inter-semester crowd of 275 at the Sports and Recreation Center."It definitely seemed like a tournament atmosphere," said Gophers coach Leonard Trevino, whose team had 26 points off 22 Wooster turnovers.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1997
When the 64th state boys basketball tournament commences Thursday at College Park, Anne Arundel County teams will be absent for the first time in 30 years.With Annapolis and Broadneck both eliminated in region finals ,, Friday, the county will not have a representative at Cole Field House for the first time since 1967.Annapolis lost, 71-60, at Calvert in the 4A East final while Broadneck dropped a 63-56 decision at Dunbar in the 3A East final.TTC Since Glen Burnie made the county's initial appearance at the state playoffs in 1952, Anne Arundel has been shutout just five times -- 1960, 1963, 1964, 1967 and this season.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | January 3, 1993
The coach who recruited him left for another job, he had an altercation with a teammate, and he has learned that everybody, not just a couple of players per team, can play at this level.Welcome to NCAA Division I college basketball, Rob Wooster.Wooster, the Annapolis High grad who was the Anne Arundel County Sun Player of the Year a second straight time last season, is on a basketball scholarship at St. Francis (Pa.).After leading the county in scoring with an average of 26.1 points and becoming only the third player in Panthers history to crack 1,000 career points (1,001)
NEWS
April 23, 1996
Leurenna 'Lee' Wooster, 66, emergency room nurseLeurenna "Lee" Betty Wooster, whose ill health forced her retirement in 1986 after 26 years' work in the Union Memorial Hospital emergency room, died Wednesday of a heart attack at her home in Pocomoke City. She was 66.Born in Pocomoke City, she graduated as a registered nurse from the Franklin Square Hospital nursing school in 1952. Her tenure at Union Memorial included 12 years as head nurse.Services were held Saturday.Survivors include her mother, Mary West Wooster, and brother, Jack Wooster, both of Pocomoke City; and two aunts.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | February 6, 1995
Two former Navy Juniors swimmers are prospering in the Big Ten.Co-captain Lisa Pastrana (Broadneck), a junior, won the 100-yard backstroke, was second in the 200 back and swam a leg on a key relay in No. 18 Penn State's 151-149 upset of No. 11 Northwestern. At the U.S. Open in Buffalo, which attracted the nation's swimming elite, Pastrana was 11th in the 100 back, 13th in the 200 and 15th in the 200 individual medley.At Ohio State, Pastrana's longtime friend and teammate in the Navy Juniors age-group program, Jamie Puromaki (Glen Burnie)
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