Sunday, March 31, 2013
The Bobcats (6-4 overall, 0-2 in the CAC) scored two goals in the final minute of the game. Unfortunately, time ran out for the bobcats down in St. Mary's (6-4 overall, 2-0 in the CAC). Frostburg put up a great fight throughout the game, however.
FSU came back from a 4-1 deficit early in the second quarter with five straight goals for a 6-4 lead with 10:32 showing in the third quarter. St. Mary's and Frostburg traded goals before St. Mary's went on a five-goal run on their own for an eventual 10-7 lead with 7:47 on the clock in the final quarter. It was only in the final minute that Rios and Love scored their combined two goals for the endgame score of 10-9.
Though FSU only lost by one point, the team was outshot 49-22. Junior goalkeeper Tyler Haines stopped 16 shots, eight of which were in the first quarter as FSU were trailing 2-1 after the opening frame.
St. Mary's staggering 49 shots are their second highest count for the season and at least ten were fired in each quarter. St. Mary's made an attempt to run away with the game in the first quarter, holding a 17-2 lead in shots after one.
After Rios and Loves exploits, Juniors Ryan Serio, Lucas Flag, and Andy Luhmann combined efforts to score the five goals that gave them their 6-4 lead. It was notably the first action of the year for Flaig.
Will Lerch (Three total goals, one assist) and Ben Love (three goals) each scored two more goals in the final half for St. Mary's, in addition to one more from Lerch that would eventually bring them to their game winning score of 10.
Frostburg has its next game this Wednesday against St. Vincent at 7:00 PM.
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Opi is the usher during the sunrise service. Erinn Robinson, a member of the church stated, "I dont like dogs, but I love Opi." I have never seen a dog around that many people act so gentle and calm. Much less a dog that runs around with a basket in his mouth collecting money!
Back River United Methodist church sunrise service is something to seriously consider next Easter if you happen to be in the Baltimore area. Even after the service is over you can explore the park and the nature within in. It is a total of 375 acres that overlooks the Chesapeake Bay. There are several picnic areas, pavilions, and shaded groves to sit around and reminisce or chat with family and friends once the service is over. There are also a couple playgrounds, a volleyball court, and a fishing pier if you enjoy physical activities or have children. It has always been a worthwhile service that I would encourage anyone strongly to go check it out. For more information about Back River United Methodist Church click here to visit their website.
Friday, March 29, 2013
As people walked through the double doors of the performance art building there was a rush of energy. It was just that feeling of anticipation, that draw towards actual art or complete creativity. People seemed as if they couldn’t wait to be seated. Students and locals walked up to the usher and gave him their tickets. He slowly ripped it in half and politely gave them the choice of entering through the left or right door. They grabbed their ticket stub and continued towards the entrance. Darrell Rushton greeted people and reminded everyone to turn off all of their electrical devices with witty humor. Everyone quickly grabbed their seats and quietly conversed with each other until the play began. The lights slowly dimmed and the production started.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Frostburg State University in Partnership with Sustaining Campus & Community
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
by: Christine Parisi
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Saturday, March 23, 2013
By: Kayla Miller
Saturday, March 16, 2013
|In this photo from IMDb, an advertising poster for "Amour" shows Trintignant as the character Georges. (AP Photo/IMDb)|
|In this photo released by the Palace Theater, the Palace's marquee lights up Frostburg at 31 East Main Street. (AP Photo/Palace Theater)|
|The old-fashioned film projector draws the eye in the Palace Theater waiting room on Friday, March 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Sarah Galvin)|
Past the initial lobby, guests paused in a small waiting room decorated with the Palace's signature red and black floral wallpaper and an old-fashioned film projector. The audience members chatted cheerfully with each other and the few workers moving between stations at the box office, concession stand, and theater entrance; the Palace seemed to be filled not with visitors and employees, but with friends. There was a strong sense of community as the group of about 60 viewers dispersed to fill a third of the theater's seats. Smooth jazz played in the background while the audience waited for the film to start. Promptly at 7:30, one of the employees, Sean Henry, bustled to the front of the room to personally introduce the previews and "Amour."
Monday, March 11, 2013
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
This past Thursday through Sunday, Professor Andy Duncan and FSU students Caitlin Megonigal, Shawn Pillai, Chris Ullery and I attended the annual IRE NICAR Computer-Assisted Journalism conference in the Hyatt-Regency Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.
This trip was made possible by grants from the FSU Foundation, the FSU Honors Program, and the FSU English Department.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
|As Chris Cline taunts the Frankfort High School crowd, Tommy Dreamer prepares to do battle.|
Saturday, March 2, 2013
The University Programming Council hosted Blizzard of Bucks, “The Original Crazy Game Show!”, on Wednesday, February 13, 2013, from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm. The event was held at the Lane University Center Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall.
Travis, a junior business major, and contestant in the candy game, had this to say: "I like the Blizzard of Bucks program. It was very insightful and it gave me the opportunity to get some extra cash."
Everyone was given the opportunity to go on stage and make money but only a few were willing to take that chance. Was Travis nervous on stage? "No. It is mind over matter. If you have a high self-esteem, there're no such thing as being nervous", he said. His courage paid off literally. "I made about $50-something-odd dollars", said Travis.