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May 1, 2011
Penn's Maalik Reynolds: The freshman delighted the home folks in the crowd at Franklin Field by winning the high jump, the first win by a Quaker athlete in the event since 1955. The resident of Atlanta cleared 7 feet, 31/4 inches for the win, and Penn coach Charlie Powell sees lots of higher jumps in his future. "What makes him special, he takes the high jump seriously, but he doesn't take himself super-seriously," Powell said. "I think he understands there's a difference between the high-jump world and the real world.
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February 20, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
This is Phil Martelli's 19th season as St. Joseph's head basketball coach and as he remembers he has never given a freshman as much defensive responsibility as he does to 6-foot-6 forward DeAndre' Bembry. Most of the time Bembry will cover the opponent's top offensive player, regardless of size. That was the case in Saturday's 75-64 win over La Salle, when Bembry covered point guard Tyreek Duren, who was limited to nine shots. "I would say DeAndre' has probably had the most significant defensive role of any freshman I have had," Martelli said.
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August 3, 2016 | By Mike Kern, STAFF WRITER
OMARI SPELLMAN, Villanova's highly recruited freshman power forward, will accompany the Wildcats when they leave for an exhibition tour in Spain on Tuesday. But he won't be playing in any of their three games. While he is on athletic scholarship and has been cleared to practice, the NCAA hasn't declared him eligible to compete in games. "It's really unique situation," said coach Jay Wright after Monday night's annual Summer Jam practice/scrimmage at the Pavilion. "We hope (it's nothing more than a formality)
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May 18, 2011 | By DAVID GAMBACORTA, gambacd@phillynews.com 215-854-5994
Timothy Connors, a 15-year-old freshman at Archbishop Ryan High School, was struck by a car and killed after school yesterday. Police said Connors was hit about 3:30 p.m. at Academy and Comly roads in Northeast Philadelphia. The teen died about 40 minutes later from head and body trauma at Aria Hospital-Torresdale. The female driver, whose name was not released, apparently stayed at the scene after hitting Connors, who is the son of Martin Connors, a Philadelphia police detective, police sources said.
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December 28, 1987 | By TED SILARY, Daily News Sports Writer
Even though the weather promises to get much, much colder, Bernard Jones has received official permission to shed some clothing. From now on, Jones will be kept under wraps by nothing more than shorts and a T-shirt. Sleeveless. It had been the intention of Roman Catholic coach Dennis Seddon to ease Jones, a 6-5, 210-pound freshman forward, into varsity competition little by little. Honest, it had. But then came last night and a Seagull Classic XIV consolation at Holy Spirit High, when Jones's numbers were big and bigger - 28 points on 13-for-19 shooting; 20 rebounds - in Roman's 71-65 loss to Bridgeton, N.J. The Cahillites (6-2)
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September 18, 2012 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
PENN STATE defensive end Deion Barnes was named the Big Ten's co-freshman of the week. Barnes, a redshirt freshman from Northeast High, had five tackles and his third sack of the season in the Nittany Lions' win over Navy. Barnes also forced his second fumble of the season. Barnes is tied for second in the conference in sacks and tied for the top spot in forced fumbles with two. He shares the award with Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld. Lions senior linebacker Michael Mauti was named Big Ten defensive player of the week after recording 12 tackles and his first sack of the season against Navy.
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October 23, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
One of Penn coach Ray Priore's biggest concerns entering the season was finding a productive receiver to play opposite Justin Watson. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Watson emerged last season. Playing alongside Conner Scott and all-Ivy League receiver Spencer Kulcsar, Watson set Penn freshman receiving records for yardage (497) and receptions (42). But with Kulcsar and Scott gone, Priore knew that double coverage was coming Watson's way this season. But Priore is getting his answers and the production is coming from another emerging freshman.
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September 12, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ethan Greenidge didn't have big plans for his 18th birthday on Thursday beyond hitting the books and looking at film. "I'm 18 now, but I'm not going to do anything too special today," the 6-foot-4, 350-pound freshman at Villanova said. "Just making sure that I'm ready. " With the Wildcats coming off a season-opening 20-15 loss to Connecticut, Greenidge will find himself thrust into the starting lineup Saturday when the No. 6 Wildcats play at No. 16 Fordham (1-0) in a Football Championship Subdivision matchup.
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March 20, 2011 | Associated Press
TAMPA, Fla. - It's not taking Brandon Knight long to build an impressive resume in the NCAA tournament. A game-winning shot in the closing seconds of his debut. A career-best 30 points in his next game, helping Kentucky back into the round of 16. Less than 48 hours after his only basket helped the fourth-seeded Wildcats survive their tourney opener against Princeton, Knight led an 11-0 run coming out of halftime and made six free throws in the final minute to close out a 71-63 victory over fifth-seeded West Virginia.
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January 7, 2002 | By Tom McGurk INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Picture a typical freshman wrestler. Scrawny and a little on the shy side, right? Winslow Township's Vince Jones isn't a typical freshman. Jones brings strength, experience and an air of cockiness to the mat. That mix has enabled the 171-pounder to construct an amazing start to his scholastic career: a 9-0 record with six pins. In the season-opening Haddonfield Tournament, Jones, a seventh seed, racked up two pins before winning the championship by injury default. After a 9-3 decision in a dual meet, Jones flattened three opponents and earned outstanding wrestler honors in the Egg Harbor Township Tournament.
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September 22, 2016
IF YOU were putting together a Mount Rushmore of Temple basketball players, there likely would be three givens: Guy Rodgers, who many consider to be the best point guard in Big 5 history; Mark Macon; and Hal Lear, who played in the same backcourt as Rodgers as a senior in 1956 when he was MVP of the Final Four after scoring a then-record 48 points (only Bill Bradley ever got more) in the consolation-game win. Which is saying something, since some fellow named Bill Russell had 27 points and 26 rebounds in the final as San Francisco was getting a second straight title.
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September 9, 2016
ISSUE | COLLEGE An 'F' for Swarthmore Life itself is the school of hard knocks. Delaying the experience, as Swarthmore College does for its freshmen, works to deny our youth the most valuable of lessons ("1st semester, no grades," Tuesday). In creating a faux-world for new students, Swarthmore's take-a-pass freshman offerings reek of the kind of political correctness that produces citizens fearful of everything. |Avrum Fine, West Chester, filmamerica@comcast.net
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August 24, 2016 | By Kevin Riordan, Columnist
The young man with the splendid grin hands me his card. Calvin R. Bell, III. Student and Young Public Speaker. "I want to go into the public-speaking field," explains Bell, 14. "I want to speak to other teenagers about success and following your dreams. " There's much more that the soon-to-be Moorestown Friends School freshman hopes to accomplish, as I learned when I interviewed him last week at his family home in Pennsauken. "I'd like to go to Harvard, like my uncle," says Calvin R. Bell III (the R stands for Roosevelt)
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August 21, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, STAFF WRITER
While Temple football coach Matt Rhule usually doesn't single out freshmen, his admiration for wide receiver Isaiah Wright has been a recurring theme since training camp began on Aug. 6. Reporters don't get to view much of practice, but Rhule singles out Wright almost every time he speaks to the press. Now it appears that Wright can do more than just catch passes. Rhule said after Friday's workout that the 6-foot-2, 207-pound product of Connecticut's Kingswood-Oxford High is also working as a running back.
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August 3, 2016 | By Mike Kern, STAFF WRITER
OMARI SPELLMAN, Villanova's highly recruited freshman power forward, will accompany the Wildcats when they leave for an exhibition tour in Spain on Tuesday. But he won't be playing in any of their three games. While he is on athletic scholarship and has been cleared to practice, the NCAA hasn't declared him eligible to compete in games. "It's really unique situation," said coach Jay Wright after Monday night's annual Summer Jam practice/scrimmage at the Pavilion. "We hope (it's nothing more than a formality)
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June 27, 2016 | By Susan Snyder, Staff Writer
Even colleges with endowments as large as Haverford's are not immune to the financial challenges hitting universities across the country. Haverford's board of managers this month approved a plan to set an annual cap on the college's mushrooming financial aid budget and increase the size of the freshman class by seven students a year for five years in an effort to balance the budget. The plan has proved controversial because it includes modifying the college's long-held policy of admitting students regardless of ability to pay and giving them enough financial aid to attend.
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June 14, 2016 | By Jonathan Lai, Staff Writer
After receiving straight A's her first semester at Rutgers University, Katie E. Keane left for community college. A month before Keane graduated high school in 2012, her father attempted suicide. Keane thought she could handle starting college on top of the personal stress — and on paper, academically, she had. But she ended the semester mentally exhausted, physically sick, and emotionally fragmented. "So when it came to January, when it was time to start again, I just said ‘I can't do this right now,' " Keane said.
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June 7, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
It all started at a swimming meet in December. When freshman Devon Miller was still at Kennett, she saw a friend of hers, Angela King, at the meet. The two became friends in preschool and went to Kennett Middle School together but had not seen each other in a few years. That's when King told Miller about Bishop Shanahan. Within a month, Miller shadowed a freshman at the school and made the decision to transfer. "I love it here," the 15-year old pitcher for the softball team said.
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May 27, 2016 | By Paul Schwedelson, STAFF WRITER
Marie McCool just wanted the experience. She didn't expect to make the U.S. national team last summer but thought playing against top competition for three days would benefit her anyway. But after the first day of tryouts, she had a realization. She could make the team. McCool called her mother, Mary, and said, "I actually think I could do this. " When she called back two days later to tell her parents she made the team, her mother cried. McCool was "playing just to play" and wasn't thinking too much like she said she did at the beginning of her freshman year at North Carolina.
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May 27, 2016 | By Susan Snyder, Staff Writer
While some universities can't attract enough students these days, Pennsylvania State University is flush - a little too flush. With hundreds more freshmen than expected accepting admission offers at the main campus in State College this year, the university for the first time is offering a special financial deal to some incoming freshmen: Attend one of the 18 other undergraduate campuses spread throughout the state for the first year, and...
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