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Sun Reporters1960s DON RUSSELL, Southern-Baltimore, 1967 Why he won: Starred in football, baseball and basketball, where he led MSA in scoring. Where he has been: An infielder at Clemson, he spent two years in the minors and then quit the pros. He's a contracts...
Special to baltimoresun.comWith some 9,500 credit and nearly 10,000 non-credit students enrolled each semester, Baltimore City Community College ranks as one of the city's foremost work force-enhancement institutions. A two-year college offering 34 associate's degree and 25...
Special to SunSpotLocated just minutes from historic Frederick near the Catoctin Mountains, the 110-acre campus of Frederick College is 40 miles from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. The Frederick County campus boasts a conference center and 10 academic buildings. In the...
Special to SunSpotCecil Community College is centrally located within 50 miles of both Baltimore and Philadelphia, just off I-95 at Exit 100. This public two-year college, founded in 1968, is county-supported and sits on 100 acres in a woodsy setting. One in four Cecil...
Special to SunSpotAs you start to acquaint yourself with Maryland's colleges, you might discover some basic facts. For instance, you'll learn that the University of Maryland College Park is the largest college in the state, Goucher College was once an all-female...
RIVERSIDE — The Vanguard University baseball team kept its season alive by winning, 13-12, in 11 innings against College of Idaho Wednesday in an elimination game of the NAIA Baseball National Championship opening round at Cal Baptist. Tyson...
Men's basketball: 23 Nov. 25, 1995-March 22, 1996 Men's soccer: 17, twice Sept. 10, 1980-Nov. 9, 1980 Nov. 14, 1947-Oct. 26, 1949 Women's soccer: 16 All during 1995 season Football: 7, twice Last five of 1944, first two of 45 (dates unavailable);...
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Baillie Kirker (Crescenta Valley High, 2009) freshman infielder, University of Arizona softball: Over the course of the 2010 Women's College World Series, Arizona Coach...
Wednesday's college roundup (baseball, softball, tennis, events, women's basketball): VMI routs No. 1 Virginia in baseballDaily PressIn baseball Wednesday, Sam Roberts drove in four runs as VMI (27-5) gained one of its biggest victories in school history, rolling past top-ranked Virginia 12-3 in Lexington. ... The College of Albemarle held off Apprentice 3-2 in Elizabeth City, N.C.,...
1) He was born in Hall, Ind., on Oct. 14, 1910. 2) Wooden led Martinsville High to the Indiana state title in 1927. 3) One of his role models was Fuzzy Vandivier of the Franklin Wonder Five, a basketball team that dominated Indiana high school...
The Final Frontier means many things to many folk. For Mr. Spock groupies, it's the fifth Star Trek flick. For metal heads, it's Iron Maiden's upcoming album. For distance runners, it's breaking two hours in the marathon. The Final Frontier for the ACC...
La Tempa earns baseball accolades Huntington Beach High and Golden West College product Justin La Tempa, a senior pitcher at the University of Oregon, has been announced as the Pac-10 Conference Baseball Player of the Week. Additionally, La Tempa has...
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