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  • Rob Ambrose pledges to 'make noise' if Towson football left out of NCAA playoffs

    Rob Ambrose pledges to 'make noise' if Towson football left out of NCAA playoffs
    Coach Rob Ambrose made no attempt to hide his displeasure over the Towson football team being left out of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs last season despite the program going 7-4 and sharing the Colonial Athletic Association...
  • Betty Scher, nurse and lifelong Baltimore resident, 87

    Betty Scher, nurse and lifelong Baltimore resident, 87
    Betty B. Scher, a nurse who was known to family and friends as having boundless energy and a lifelong thirst for knowledge, died Nov. 13 at her home. The Baltimore resident was 87. When her children told extended family members she had died, few...
  • Towson gets big win over William & Mary on road

    Towson gets big win over William & Mary on road
    In a clash between ranked Colonial Athletic Association playoff hopefuls, Towson rode a dominant defensive performance to a 15-9 victory over William & Mary on Saturday. Towson (9-2, 5-2 in the CAA) and its high-octane offense were slowed by the Tribe's...
  • Rob Ambrose said Towson football team needs to learn how to protect leads

    Rob Ambrose said Towson football team needs to learn how to protect leads
    This season, the Towson football team had encountered its fair share of struggles in the first quarter, allowing opponents to score first in five of its last six games. That concern has now flipped to the final period. After surrendering 22...
  • Dr. Elizabeth Martinez, anesthesiologist

    Dr. Elizabeth Martinez, anesthesiologist
    Dr. Elizabeth A. Martinez, a Johns Hopkins-trained anesthesiologist and critical-care physician who worked in the prevention of hospital-acquired infections in surgical patients, died of a rare cancer Sept. 19 at her Boston home. She was 47 and had...
  • UMBC men's soccer returns to its winning ways

    The No. 7 UMBC men’s soccer team rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 2-1 decision against America East foe Hartford this past Saturday. The Retrievers improved to 10-1-0 overall and 1-0-0 in the league and distanced themselves...
  • Towson women's soccer player Emily Banes 'willing to work' toward goals

    Towson women's soccer player Emily Banes 'willing to work' toward goals
    Emily Banes at first laughed at the question. Then she owned up to it. She is stubborn. It is an adjective that usually carries some baggage, but for the senior forward on the Towson women's soccer team, it is a recipe for success. Banes' stubbornness...
  • Towson baseball beats William and Mary, 5-2, to win CAA title

    Towson baseball beats William and Mary, 5-2, to win CAA title
    Senior right-hander Mike Volpe pitched his first career complete game and designated hitter Kurt Wertz drove in three runs as fourth-seeded Towson won its first Colonial Athletic Association baseball championship with a 5-2 victory over second-seeded...
  • Collins celebrate 50th anniversary

    William and Mary Jo Collins celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 7 and renewed their vows at St. Margaret Parish in Bel Air. They were married Sept. 7, 1963 at St. Stanislaus Church in Superior, Wisc. After renewing their vows, they...
  • Meade's Jacob Hawk verbally commits to Navy football

    Meade's Jacob Hawk verbally commits to Navy football
    For Meade’s Jacob Hawk, choosing a college took all of five days. Hawk, whose father was a warrant officer in the Army, always had an inclination for the military academies, so when Navy offered him a football scholarship on June 22, it didn&...
  • Notebook: Hood makes Barber the youngest coach in Division III lacrosse

    Notebook: Hood makes Barber the youngest coach in Division III lacrosse
    Frederick native Brad Barber has been promoted to head coach of the Hood men’s lacrosse program, making the 23-year-old the youngest head lacrosse coach in NCAA Division III, the school announced Wednesday. Barber served as a graduate assistant for...
  • Towson gets $4.75 million from SECU for arena naming rights

    Towson gets $4.75 million from SECU for arena naming rights
    SECU, the Linthicum-based credit union, will pay $4.75 million over the next 10 years to have Towson University's new basketball facility called SECU Arena. The financial institution will hold a news conference at the university today to announce the...