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  • Notre Dame men shut down Syracuse, 8-6

    Host No. 3 Notre Dame stayed perfect in Big East play when the Fighting Irish held No. 17 Syracuse scoreless in the first half and won, 8-6, Saturday. Ryan Foley paced Notre Dame (11-1, 6-0) with two goals and an assist. JoJo Marasco and Tim Desko each...
  • Quint Kessenich: Pannell's future is biggest mystery in college lacrosse

    Quint Kessenich: Pannell's future is biggest mystery in college lacrosse
    Cornell's Rob Pannell was the 2011 National Player of the Year, scoring more than five points per game. This season was supposed to be his coronation as he led Cornell to its first NCAA title since 1977. But a broken foot suffered March 3 has put the...
  • Review: Vampire Weekend at Merriweather Post Pavilion

    Review: Vampire Weekend at Merriweather Post Pavilion
    From the Midnight Sun blog: Preppy New Yorkers Vampire Weekend played their first concert in Maryland Saturday night at Merriweather Post Pavilion. In a brisk two-hour set where they played crowd favorites like “A-Punk” and covered Bruce Springsteen, the...
  • Alonso comes 'as is'

    Alonso comes 'as is'
    He'd been controlling his temper all day, plotting how to say what was on his mind. His chance came at 6:45 that evening. Andrés Alonso, Baltimore schools chief executive officer, arrived in Mount Vernon to meet with a few dozen of the city's most active...
  • South Carroll wrestler approaching county record

    There's little that wrestler Tyler Mullen hasn't accomplished during his four-year career at South Carroll. With the postseason looming, however, the 171-pound senior is intensely focused on attaining the one honor that has eluded him -- a state title....
  • 'America's Next Top Model' back with high fashion theme, tons of drama

     
    John-John reports on last night's America's Next Top Model premiere, featuring Baltimore contestant Jane Randall.High fashion. High fashion. High fashion. High fashion.I'm pretty sure that we get the picture already, Tyra Banks. This cycle of "America's...
  • Men's college lacrosse preview: Div. I capsules

    PROJECTED TOP 4 NCAA SEEDS ++++++++++++++++++++ || Team || Top returning scorer || Also back || Key additions || The Baltimore Sun's take || || || || || || || || || Duke Atlantic Coast Conference (15-4, NCAA tournament semifinals) Coach: John Danowski...
  • Automatic NCAA tournament bids

    These teams have earned automatic bids to the NCAA men's tournament by winning their conference tournaments: •Chattanooga, Southern • Cleveland State, Horizon •Cornell, Ivy League •East Tenn. State, Atlantic Sun •...
  • Ex-Gilman standout Opara makes mark as NFL scout

    Ex-Gilman standout Opara makes mark as NFL scout
    When Gilman graduate Chisom Opara emerged as a standout wide receiver at Princeton, he started thinking about a career in professional football. Now, he has an NFL career - although it's not exactly the one he envisioned. Opara, an All-Metro and All-...
  • Teens under stress in top college competition

    Teens under stress in top college competition
    In his quest to capture a spot at a top college, Andrew Lutz has done just about everything right at Pikesville High School. He has earned a nearly straight-A average, taking 10 Advanced Placement classes and wrapping up two years of calculus by the...
  • Competition to get into selective colleges is a complex, multi-year process

    The competition to get into selective colleges has become a complex, multi-year process that leaves high achievers and their families plotting strategies to get a fat letter from a top college. Just as the sons and daughters of a wave of baby boomers are...
  • Lessons learned, shared by City's first black graduate

    ON THAT CLEAR, sunny morn in the fall of 1954, when Walter Arthur Gill entered City College as a high school senior, the 17-year-old wasn't thinking about court cases or making history or the now-seminal Brown vs. Board of Education decision to...