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March 5, 1990 | By Ted Silary, Daily News Sports Writer
Jeremy Lawimore first earned his reputation as a scorer - witness that last summer he led the Sonny Hill Future League in scoring with a 19.9 average. Yesterday, Lawimore, a 6-1, 175-pound junior guard from Roman Catholic, expanded his reputation by starring on defense. Yes, defense. Showing both anticipation and hustle, Lawimore turned three fourth-quarter steals into assists as Roman - ahead, 29-21, after three - spurted past West Catholic, 47-32, in a Catholic South semifinal played at Monsignor Bonner.
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February 24, 2015
Drexel's basketball team suffered a major blow with the news that leading scorer Damion Lee will miss the rest of the season with a broken right hand. According to a Drexel spokesman, Lee was hurt Saturday during an 83-73 overtime loss at Northeastern. It's not known when he suffered the injury, but Lee played all 45 minutes, scoring 30 points. He is a major candidate for Colonial Athletic Association player of the year. A 6-foot-6 junior, Lee is fourth in the nation and leads the CAA in scoring with a 21.4-point average.
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November 9, 2012 | INQUIRER REPORT
St. Joseph's announced that senior point guard Carl Jones will not participate in the first three games, due to violation of the university's community standards. The suspension began with Thursday's exhibition game against Wheeling Jesuit. That means Jones will also miss Monday's home game against Yale and the opening of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic on Friday Nov. 16 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn against Notre Dame. Jones would be eligible to return the next night for either the championship or consolation game of the tournament.
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February 8, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
Burlington City senior Jada Atchison has been such a dominant player for so long that her height is no longer in question. While the 5-foot point guard is always giving up size, she learned early in her high school career that teams can't guard a player they can't catch. And keeping up with Atchison is truly an arduous task. Atchison is much more than just a scorer, but her scoring has been an essential part of her career. After totaling 14 points in Friday's 47-36 win over visiting Riverside, she now has 1,875 for her career.
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April 21, 1997 | By Joe Santoliquito, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Carol Birnbohm, coach of the Cherokee girls' lacrosse team, figured she wasn't taking that much of a risk by putting a sophomore in to replace her leading scorer. After all, it was for only a couple of games. What harm could she do? As it turned out, inserting Cheryl Back into the starting role as an attack player last season may have been Birnbohm's best move ever. Back, now a 5-foot-6, lightning-quick junior with a deft shot, has been one of the most prolific scorers in South Jersey the last two years.
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September 17, 1997 | By Brian Miller, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Great scorers in soccer are much like accomplished rebounders in basketball. Both are playing a game ahead of the real game, anticipating and moving and timing the ball as it heads toward the net. They are winning the mind game over everyone else around them. "Yeah, and sometimes you just get lucky," Strath Haven's Lori Kotzen said with a laugh. Kotzen's career with the Panthers, however, is more than mere luck. After knocking home a late goal to help the Panthers tie Great Valley, 3-3, on Monday, the senior striker has 75 career goals, the school record for either boys or girls at this District 1 soccer hotbed.
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November 16, 1999 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The last thing the Pitman boys' soccer team expected yesterday was a laugher, especially since the Panthers faced the daunting task of playing without their leading scorer against a team that had scored 21 goals in three playoff games. Yet in this season of firsts for Pitman, an anticipated state Group 1 semifinal battle turned into a showcase for the Panthers' depth, not to mention their offense and defense. Playing in a swirling crosswind at Zimmer Field, Pitman manhandled South River, 6-1, to earn its first state-final appearance.
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June 2, 2010
1. Keep Carcillo. He can hit and score. 2. Put van Riemsdyk back in. He's the better scorer, and they need goals.
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January 26, 2008 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The American Hockey League yesterday announced that Phantoms forward Stefan Ruzicka has been suspended for five regular-season games as a result of his actions during a game at Bridgeport on Wednesday. Ruzicka, the Phantoms' third-leading scorer with 28 points on 11 goals and 17 assists, had an altercation with a Bridgeport player while both were in the penalty box at 18 minutes, 3 seconds of the second period. Ruzicka missed last night's game against visiting Hershey and will miss tonight's game at Bridgeport, Friday's game against Worcester, next Saturday's game at Binghamton, and the Feb. 6 game at Binghamton.
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November 20, 2012
CHRIS FOUCH, Drexel's leading scorer, has been lost for the basketball season with a broken ankle. Fouch, a fifth-year senior guard averaging 16.7 points this season, sustained a fractured right ankle early in the second half of Saturday's 61-59 victory over Penn at the Palestra. He is expected to undergo surgery later this week. As an instant-offense scorer off the bench, Fouch has collected 1,194 points during his Drexel career. He is 12-for-25 from three-point range this season.
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April 1, 2016 | By Joe Juliano, STAFF WRITER
The story of redshirt freshman Mikal Bridges in Villanova's NCAA surge is a simple one: He has grown in confidence so he's playing at his peak, which means an increase in minutes and a more significant role in the Wildcats' success that has taken them to the Final Four. And the way Bridges, a 6-foot-7 swingman from Great Valley High School in Malvern, tells it, he gets his confidence from his teammates, whose trust in him has grown. "Coach and the players, they all trust me now and they have more trust in me to keep me out there," Bridges said this week.
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March 17, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, Staff Writer
Temple's leading basketball scorer is looking to snap out of a late-season slump. The Owls' second-leading scorer is hoping to put his last game behind him. It doesn't take deep analysis to realize that for 10th-seeded Temple (21-11) to win its opening NCAA tournament game against No. 7 Iowa (21-10) in Friday's South Regional in Brooklyn, the Owls' two leading scorers have to produce. That would be 6-foot-5 senior Quenton DeCosey and 6-9 sophomore Obi Enechionyia, who shot a combined 6 for 30 Saturday in a 77-62 American Athletic Conference semifinal loss to Connecticut in Orlando.
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May 15, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Union's struggling offense has another obstacle to overcome. Leading scorer Fernando Aristeguieta will miss the game against D.C. United on Sunday at PPL Park because of a national team commitment. Aristeguieta has been named to the preliminary roster for the Venezuelan national team ahead of the Copa America tournament. The Union (1-7-3) have lost four in a row. They host a D.C. United team that took a 5-1-3 record into a home game Wednesday against Orlando City. Aristeguieta, 23, is the only Union player with more than one goal.
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April 1, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Junior swingman Damion Lee said Monday he has decided to transfer from Drexel. "I came to Drexel as a freshman and my plan was to graduate in four years," said Lee, who led the Dragons in scoring this season. "I'm going to do that. I love the coaching staff, the people around me and Drexel. But my decision wasn't personal or emotionally based - it was strictly business. " Drexel coach Bruiser Flint was not available for comment. The 6-foot-6 Lee will graduate next month with a degree in public relations.
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February 24, 2015
Drexel's basketball team suffered a major blow with the news that leading scorer Damion Lee will miss the rest of the season with a broken right hand. According to a Drexel spokesman, Lee was hurt Saturday during an 83-73 overtime loss at Northeastern. It's not known when he suffered the injury, but Lee played all 45 minutes, scoring 30 points. He is a major candidate for Colonial Athletic Association player of the year. A 6-foot-6 junior, Lee is fourth in the nation and leads the CAA in scoring with a 21.4-point average.
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February 8, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
Burlington City senior Jada Atchison has been such a dominant player for so long that her height is no longer in question. While the 5-foot point guard is always giving up size, she learned early in her high school career that teams can't guard a player they can't catch. And keeping up with Atchison is truly an arduous task. Atchison is much more than just a scorer, but her scoring has been an essential part of her career. After totaling 14 points in Friday's 47-36 win over visiting Riverside, she now has 1,875 for her career.
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January 6, 2015 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
What's the difference between the Allison Chernow of this season and the Allison Chernow of last season? Control. It's all about control. The junior point guard for the Upper Dublin girls' basketball team concedes she lacked it at times a year ago. She would be out of control dribbling in the open court, or out of control driving to the basket. She also confessed to getting easily frustrated. She wasn't quite a "hothead," Chernow said, but had to "pull myself together. " She started putting it all together by the end of last season, her first as a starter for Upper Dublin.
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December 18, 2014 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
First Emma Dorshimer took the record from Rachel Connolly-McGuckin. Then Connolly-McGuckin gave the game ball to Dorshimer. Dorshimer became Jenkintown's all-time leading scorer on Tuesday night during a 46-24 Bicentennial Constitution girls' basketball victory over visiting Morrisville. The record fell on a three-pointer with 39.2 seconds remaining in the first quarter. They stopped play and Connolly-McGuckin, who graduated in 1996 with 1,485 points, came out to present Dorshimer with the ball and flowers.
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October 24, 2014 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
It wasn't really a question. It was an observation. But halfway through hearing it, Rebecca Rossett rolled her eyes. A reporter told her, "You don't really look like the typical . . . " Rossett knew what was coming. "Oh no," she said with a smile. "Here we go with me being short again. " She burst into high school soccer last year, netting 37 goals as a freshman and breaking the season scoring record for the Woodbury girls' team. The freight train continued this year.
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October 2, 2014 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
It might seem unbelievable now, but Meghan McCool used to be a goalie. It wasn't just one time in practice or for a whole half of soccer, but for about eight years. There are pictures of McCool, now 17, when she was just 4, wearing a different-colored shirt from her teammates and standing in front of a pop-up, portable Pugg net. McCool continued to play in goal until the second half of her first game for her travel club, Penn Fusion. With the team up by 2-0, her coach decided to put her out on the field.
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