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April 10, 1998 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
They were high school teammates, opponents in college, then reunited this year as members of the U.S. national field hockey team. Now they will get to play together in the World Cup tournament May 20-31 in the Netherlands. Unionville graduates Kate Barber and Christine DeBow were both selected to the World Cup team after returning from a nine-game, two-city trip to Australia earlier this month with the U.S. national team. The United States will be competing with nine other nations at the World Cup. There will be two pools of five teams each.
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October 26, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Looking back on this season as Unionville's junior varsity field hockey coach, Kate Barber, a former standout for the Indians and North Carolina, said she enjoyed the experience. "It was interesting to step across the line and be the coach," said Barber, a member of the U.S. national team. "It was an eye-opener at times. I had a lot of fun with both the junior varsity and the varsity [serving as assistant to coach Caron Cramer]. And I got to work with my sister. " Her sister Mary is a back for the Indians' varsity team.
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June 1, 1999 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Two area players, both of them graduates of Unionville, have been named to the 16-member United States women's field hockey team that will play in the Pan-American Games scheduled for July 24 to Aug. 4 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Kate Barber and Chris DeBow, who played together for the Indians and against each other in the Atlantic Coast Conference, were standout members of the U.S. World Cup team. After graduating from Unionville, Barber played at North Carolina while DeBow played for Maryland.
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February 28, 1994 | By Chris Morkides, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Notre Dame players were misty-eyed after eight had been honored in a Senior Day ceremony before Friday's basketball game against Unionville. But the Irish had to regain their focus quickly to play a team that had brought a 20-1 record into the contest. "It's a little scary when they have tears in their eyes, the buzzer goes off, and they have to step on the court," Notre Dame coach Mary Beth McNichol said. The Irish wiped away their tears and played one of their best games of the season.
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January 15, 1998 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Manor Junior College women's basketball team has undergone a turnaround. And first-year coach Ralph Medora says one of the reasons for the turnaround is freshman Melissa Regotti. The Jays were 5-5 last season and just made the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference playoffs, where they were quickly eliminated in the opening round. Going into last night's game with visiting Luzerne, a team they defeated handily earlier in the season, they were 9-1. Regotti, a graduate of Sun Valley, is averaging better than 15 points a game at the shooting guard spot.
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January 15, 1998 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Kate Barber, a three-sport standout at Unionville, has been nominated for the Honda Award, given annually to the top women's collegiate field hockey player in the country. Barber, a senior, has completed a stellar career at North Carolina, where she helped lead the Tar Heels to the NCAA Division I championship game four times. Three times North Carolina came away a winner. The Tar Heels just missed the national title in her freshman year, losing to James Madison on penalty strokes after two overtime periods in the title game.
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December 27, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Millersville's Sean Scott and Bloomsburg's Brian Sullivan and Brian Sims were named to the all-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division first team in football. Scott, a graduate of Archbishop Carroll, finished his career as a wide receiver with 240 catches for 2,293 yards and 27 touchdowns. Sullivan, a senior tight end from Penncrest, had 15 catches for 198 yards and one TD this season for the Huskies (12-3), who made it to the Division II championship game before losing to Delta State.
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May 9, 1996 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
First came a less-than-auspicious 1-3 start for the Unionville girls' lacrosse team. Then came the injuries. In between, the Indians played quite well and now own a 12-4 overall record, 7-0 in the Del-Val League. The first of the key injuries occurred two weeks ago when junior goalkeeper Tessa Glatz suffered a broken collarbone when she was hit by a shot in a game. Then junior Ashley Thomas, the team's leading scorer, suffered a knee injury that has caused her to miss three games.
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February 16, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Kate Barber and Christine DeBow are in Chula Vista, Calif., this week, playing with the U.S. national field hockey team in a series of tune-up games for next month's Olympic qualifying tournament. The two former Unionville three-sport athletes did not score, but the United States won the first two games in a five-game series with Canada. The United States scored a 2-1 victory on Saturday and a 3-2 win Monday. The teams meet for the third time today. Next week, the United States opens a five-game series with Ireland before leaving for England.
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February 16, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Veteran Ridley coach Doug Ellers, Lower Merion graduate Bruce McKissock, and Norman Treinish will be among five men inducted into the Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fame in ceremonies to be held Saturday night at the Radnor Hotel in Radnor. At Ridley, where he has been the coach since 1981, Ellers has compiled a 227-90 record and won three state championships, the latest in 1998. The Green Raiders also have won four Central League championships, including three in a row from 1994 through 1996.
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January 13, 2008 | By Don Beideman INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Kate Barber's U.S. national field hockey teammates good-naturedly refer to her as "Grandma" because she's the oldest member of the team. But there is nothing grandmotherly about the 31-year-old Unionville graduate's desire when it comes to a lifelong goal of playing in the Olympics. In what Barber said would be her last bid to make an Olympic appearance - the United States has been thwarted twice in her career - she began practicing Tuesday with the national team at its new facilities in Chula Vista, Calif.
SPORTS
March 2, 2001 | By Don Beideman INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Former Unionville standout Kate Barber has been named to the U.S. Field Hockey Association's 16-member team to represent this country at the first America's Cup competition scheduled for March 8-18 in Kingston, Jamaica. The winner of the tourney qualifies for the 2002 International Hockey Federation World Cup. Barber, who spent last fall coaching the Unionville junior varsity field hockey team while she mulled her future, has been a member of the U.S. national team since she was an undergraduate at North Carolina.
SPORTS
December 27, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Millersville's Sean Scott and Bloomsburg's Brian Sullivan and Brian Sims were named to the all-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division first team in football. Scott, a graduate of Archbishop Carroll, finished his career as a wide receiver with 240 catches for 2,293 yards and 27 touchdowns. Sullivan, a senior tight end from Penncrest, had 15 catches for 198 yards and one TD this season for the Huskies (12-3), who made it to the Division II championship game before losing to Delta State.
SPORTS
October 26, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Looking back on this season as Unionville's junior varsity field hockey coach, Kate Barber, a former standout for the Indians and North Carolina, said she enjoyed the experience. "It was interesting to step across the line and be the coach," said Barber, a member of the U.S. national team. "It was an eye-opener at times. I had a lot of fun with both the junior varsity and the varsity [serving as assistant to coach Caron Cramer]. And I got to work with my sister. " Her sister Mary is a back for the Indians' varsity team.
SPORTS
February 16, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Kate Barber and Christine DeBow are in Chula Vista, Calif., this week, playing with the U.S. national field hockey team in a series of tune-up games for next month's Olympic qualifying tournament. The two former Unionville three-sport athletes did not score, but the United States won the first two games in a five-game series with Canada. The United States scored a 2-1 victory on Saturday and a 3-2 win Monday. The teams meet for the third time today. Next week, the United States opens a five-game series with Ireland before leaving for England.
SPORTS
February 16, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Veteran Ridley coach Doug Ellers, Lower Merion graduate Bruce McKissock, and Norman Treinish will be among five men inducted into the Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fame in ceremonies to be held Saturday night at the Radnor Hotel in Radnor. At Ridley, where he has been the coach since 1981, Ellers has compiled a 227-90 record and won three state championships, the latest in 1998. The Green Raiders also have won four Central League championships, including three in a row from 1994 through 1996.
SPORTS
June 1, 1999 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Two area players, both of them graduates of Unionville, have been named to the 16-member United States women's field hockey team that will play in the Pan-American Games scheduled for July 24 to Aug. 4 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Kate Barber and Chris DeBow, who played together for the Indians and against each other in the Atlantic Coast Conference, were standout members of the U.S. World Cup team. After graduating from Unionville, Barber played at North Carolina while DeBow played for Maryland.
SPORTS
April 10, 1998 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
They were high school teammates, opponents in college, then reunited this year as members of the U.S. national field hockey team. Now they will get to play together in the World Cup tournament May 20-31 in the Netherlands. Unionville graduates Kate Barber and Christine DeBow were both selected to the World Cup team after returning from a nine-game, two-city trip to Australia earlier this month with the U.S. national team. The United States will be competing with nine other nations at the World Cup. There will be two pools of five teams each.
SPORTS
January 15, 1998 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Manor Junior College women's basketball team has undergone a turnaround. And first-year coach Ralph Medora says one of the reasons for the turnaround is freshman Melissa Regotti. The Jays were 5-5 last season and just made the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference playoffs, where they were quickly eliminated in the opening round. Going into last night's game with visiting Luzerne, a team they defeated handily earlier in the season, they were 9-1. Regotti, a graduate of Sun Valley, is averaging better than 15 points a game at the shooting guard spot.
SPORTS
January 15, 1998 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Kate Barber, a three-sport standout at Unionville, has been nominated for the Honda Award, given annually to the top women's collegiate field hockey player in the country. Barber, a senior, has completed a stellar career at North Carolina, where she helped lead the Tar Heels to the NCAA Division I championship game four times. Three times North Carolina came away a winner. The Tar Heels just missed the national title in her freshman year, losing to James Madison on penalty strokes after two overtime periods in the title game.
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