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May 26, 2012
World Series at USA Baseball National Training Center, Cary, N.C. (double elimination). Saturday, Bracket 1 West Chester (42-10) vs. California State-Chico (40-17), 1 p.m. Minnesota State-Mankato (48-10) vs. Southern New Hampshire (42-13), 5 p.m. Monday, Bracket 1 West Chester/California State-Chico loser vs. MSU-Mankato-Southern New Hampshire loser, 1 p.m. West Chester/California State-Chico winner vs. MSU-Mankato-Southern New Hampshire winner, 5 p.m. Wednesday, Bracket 1 Game 9, 3 p.m. Thursday, Inter-bracket games Game 11, 3 p.m. Game 12, 7 p.m. Friday, Inter-bracket games Game 13 (if necessary)
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February 21, 2014 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Columnist
As much as any basketball coach in Philadelphia, David Pauley at the University of the Sciences tries to connect with the history of his game. Before his team's last home game Tuesday night, Pauley gave his seniors personal copies of a book of John Wooden quotes and anecdotes. "Ten bucks on Amazon," Pauley quipped beforehand, but he also said the little ceremony would be a private one in the locker room. That reminded Pauley that when Bill Russell's number was retired, his Boston Celtics teammates had gathered at an empty Boston Garden and watched the number being raised to the rafters.
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December 17, 2013 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
AN HISTORIC run for West Chester's football team finally ended Saturday in Hickory, N.C. The Golden Rams (13-2), who already had set a program record for victories in a season, lost to Lenoir-Rhyne (13-1) in the Division II semifinals, 42-14. The Bears, who haven't lost since their opener, will now play Northwest Missouri State (14-0) in the title game on Saturday in Florence, Ala. Northwest Missouri beat visiting Grand Valley State (12-3), 27-13. Lenoir-Rhyne has never been to the NCAA final, though it did win an NAIA championship just over 5 decades ago. The Rams scored first and led 14-12 early in the second quarter.
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July 18, 1995 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Faced with the uncertainty of putting together an independent Division I schedule with limited financial resources, West Chester University's baseball program will return to Division II next year. In 1997, the team also will return to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. Rams baseball had competed in Division I for all but three seasons since the 1970s. Although PSAC schools were designated Division II by their presidents in 1983, some opted to have selected sports compete in Division I. "Sure, I'd like to stay Division I," said Jack Hopkins, a former Rams pitcher who completed his first season as West Chester's baseball coach this spring.
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November 13, 2015 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist
The roads least traveled to the NFL always make for the most interesting stories. And when you study the map that details Chris Maragos' ascent to the top of his profession, you just shake your head and wonder how he never got lost or too discouraged to continue on the trail that now has him playing a leading role on Eagles special teams and a supporting one on defense. Stop signs went up before Maragos ever left his hometown of Racine, Wis. With an assist from Bucky Badger, he went through a red light at Western Michigan and bypassed a sure thing at Grand Valley State to pursue his dream of playing at the University of Wisconsin.
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February 14, 1989 | Special to The Inquirer / BEVERLY SCHAEFER
TAKING HIS BEST SHOT, Shawn Baldner of Valley Forge Military Academy puts the shot at a meet at Lehigh University Saturday. Darrell Williams of Wissahickon placed first in the Division II event with a 52-9 1/2 throw.
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March 13, 2012
LAUREN BATTISTA had 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead four players in double figures and give host Bentley a 84-73 victory over Holy Family in a women's NCAA Division II East Regional final yesterday. Bentley advanced to the Division II quarterfinals next Tuesday in San Antonio. Ana Cruz came off the bench to score 17 points and lead Holy Family (26-8). Erin Mann tallied 15, Kelly Brady had 13 points and 10 rebounds and Maggie Serratelli scored 10. Jacqui Brugliera added 19 points for Bentley (30-3)
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April 7, 1996 | By John McBride, FOR THE INQUIRER
Bishop Eustace swept to the boys' and girls' Division I titles for the second year in a row to highlight yesterday's 11th annual Camden-Gloucester County Relays. Eustace's Chris Cummins was on two winning relays to highlight the boys' 90-88 triumph over Kingsway. The Crusaders' Regina Hendricks anchored three winning relays as the girls easily captured their fourth straight title, ending with a 93-68 advantage over second-place Haddonfield. In the boys' Division II competition, Camden - with three record-setting performances - edged Overbrook, 84-81, for its first team title since 1987.
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December 14, 2012 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Shippensburg quarterback Zach Zulli and Bloomsburg running back Franklyn Quiteh have been selected to the Associated Press Little All-America team. The Little All-America team honors players from Division II, III, and the NAIA. Zulli, a Perkiomen Valley graduate, tied a Division II record with 54 touchdowns passes, set a record for TDs responsible for with 56, and threw for 4,747 yards. Quiteh, a Little All-American in 2010 as a freshman, went over 2,000 yards rushing for the second time in his career.
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September 19, 1999 | By Mike Gibson, FOR THE INQUIRER
Council Rock's Dan Coval has turned the Briarwood Invitational into his own personal showcase for the last three years. Next year Coval will have to step aside to give someone else a chance after setting a standard that will be hard to match. The senior became the first runner in the history of the event to win three consecutive titles and also missed the event record by just two seconds yesterday. Coval's time of 15 minutes, 50.30 seconds on the 3.1-mile course was the third-best time ever at the event, behind only Chris Dugan's 15:48.
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March 10, 2016 | By Mike Kern, Staff Writer
FOR THE first time, a team from the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is hosting the NCAA Division II men's East Region. Starting Saturday, Holy Family University in Northeast Philadelphia - which won the conference title last weekend with an 87-68 win over Philadelphia University in Orangeburg, N.Y. - will be the site of the eight-team tournament. The winner advances to the Elite Eight in Frisco, Texas, March 23-26. Top-seeded Holy Family (26-5) will play eighth-seeded Southern New Hampshire (22-10)
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February 25, 2016 | By Mike Kern, Staff Writer
EIREANN ANASTASI grew up in a soccer household. Her three brothers, one older, all played. As had her mom, at Villanova, and she had five brothers who were all "into it," too. Ditto Anastasi's "pop pop. " So Eireann got into it as well. But at some point, she wanted to do her "own thing. " Which, in her case, turned out to be basketball. "They understood," Anastasi said, "even though none of them really played it. They all were athletic, competitive and stuff, so they eventually picked it up from watching me for so long.
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November 13, 2015 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist
The roads least traveled to the NFL always make for the most interesting stories. And when you study the map that details Chris Maragos' ascent to the top of his profession, you just shake your head and wonder how he never got lost or too discouraged to continue on the trail that now has him playing a leading role on Eagles special teams and a supporting one on defense. Stop signs went up before Maragos ever left his hometown of Racine, Wis. With an assist from Bucky Badger, he went through a red light at Western Michigan and bypassed a sure thing at Grand Valley State to pursue his dream of playing at the University of Wisconsin.
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October 12, 2015 | Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Columnist
HAVING CHANGED teams five times in nine years, there isn't much of the football world that 31-year-old Allen Barbre hasn't seen. None of it seems to discourage him. He's a long-term kind of guy. Barbre got no offers from Division I schools, but he made himself a fourth-round pick in 2007 out of Division II football afterthought Missouri Southern. He spent his first two NFL seasons in Green Bay, waiting for a chance to start. He got that chance in 2009 . . . and lost it midway through the season.
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March 20, 2015
D ANIEL REARDON, 21, of University City, a senior at Wharton, is co-founder and CEO of Athways, which provides a Web and mobile platform for coaches to create, distribute and track personalized team workouts. It can be used by coaches to bridge the training gap between workout knowledge and execution. Q: How'd you come up with the idea for Athways? A: I was a frosh football player at Penn exposed to strength and conditioning programs. You'd make progress, go home for the summer and get a loose-leaf workout packet that was confusing.
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February 13, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
ON NOV. 24, 1960, the Warriors' Wilt Chamberlain pulled down an NBA-record 55 rebounds in a game. Last Thursday, Tamyra Laws, playing for Frederick (Md.) Community College, pulled down 42 rebounds in a game against Howard CC. Wilt, who played at Overbrook High, was 7-1. Laws, who is from Neumann-Goretti, is 5-8. "I didn't even know [how many I had]," said Laws, a sophomore. "My teammate Kelli Griffith told me I had 19 at halftime. After that I just started grabbing rebounds.
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January 25, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
HERB MAGEE'S journey to 1,000 wins has been detoured by the weather. Philadelphia University's game at Bloomfield (12-5) this afternoon was postponed because of snow in the forecast. It was rescheduled for Feb. 19. That means the earliest Magee can get to four figures in this, his 48th season on the sideline at his Division II alma mater, is next Saturday at home against Caldwell (9-8). He's now at 997. Mike Krzyzewski, coach of Division I Duke, can become the first college coach at any level to reach that milestone tomorrow afternoon at St. John's.
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January 22, 2015 | By Rick O, Inquirer Columnist
Since coming over from Imhotep Charter before his junior year, Charles Brown has played a major role in George Washington's basketball resurgence. This season, while averaging 15.9 points, the 6-foot-6, 185-pound swingman has sparked the Eagles, better known for their success on the gridiron, to a 14-3 overall record and a 9-0 mark in Public League Division B. "He's so versatile and long," John Creighton, Washington's third-year coach, said after practice Wednesday. "He allows us to do so many things on offense and defense.
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January 15, 2015 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
Clearly, Jonathan Lawton has taken the words of his father, Rob, a solid wing guard for Catholic League powerhouse Roman Catholic in the early 1980s, to heart. "My dad always says to me that point guards have to be able to knock down foul shots at the end of a game," the Friends' Central senior floor general said. "It's something I practice every day. " In the second half of Tuesday's matchup at Academy of the New Church, Lawton calmly went 12 for 12 from the foul line as the visiting Phoenix held off the injury-plagued Lions, 52-47.
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December 6, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Garret Kerr has been among the best Division II basketball players in the country, but he added something to his glossy resumé Thursday - a giant-killing three-pointer against a Division I program. Kerr took a pass from teammate T-John Casiello and drilled a high-arching three from the right wing with 2.1 seconds left to give the University of the Sciences a 54-52 win over Drexel in a stunner at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. It was the first time the 6-foot-4 senior from Middle Township, N.J., and the son of former Flyers star Tim Kerr, played against a Division I team, and the first win by the Devils over Drexel in 10 games.
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