Local Men's Lacrosse Teams Ready To Reload
While none of the local men's lacrosse teams reached their goal of winning a national championship in 2018, the future looks bright for most programs, including Loyola, which will bring back attackman Pat Spencer, a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award.
Harford Baseball A Winning Experience En Route To Bigger Opportunities
The HCC baseball team went 47-14 and outscored opponents 669-289 this year. The program has won four regional championships during the past five years, and it has sent more than 200 players to four-year institutions since 2007.
New UMBC Women's Soccer Coach Vanessa Mann Brings Fresh Approach
Instead of discussing strategy, performance and formations, new UMBC women's soccer coach Vanessa Mann tends to steer the conversation toward topics such as character and academics. The rest, she says, will take care of itself.
Will Bruno Fernando's Offensive Game Expand As A Sophomore At Maryland?
Now that he has committed to returning to Maryland, Terps center Bruno Fernando will look to diversify his offensive skill set during his sophomore season.
Towson Softball Completes Record-Breaking Season
The Towson softball team is coming off a record-breaking season in which the Tigers, led by senior outfielder Kendyl Scott and senior infielder Brook Miko, set the program record for wins.
After 38 Years, Dave Seibert Stepping Away From McDaniel Baseball
Dave Seibert, who first took over the McDaniel baseball team in 1981, announced his retirement in February, but new head coach Grant Neary is ready to take over a young roster full of potential.
Maryland Conducting Review After Lineman Jordan McNair Dies
Former Terps offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who passed away June 13 at the age of 19, was hospitalized following an organized team workout May 29, according to interim athletic director Damon Evans, who said the school will be doing an external review of what occurred.
Terps Offensive Lineman Jordan McNair Dies
Jordan McNair, who was a rising sophomore offensive lineman at Maryland, died June 13, the school announced. He was 19.
Former Terps Forward Justin Jackson: 'Everything's Feeling Great' Ahead Of NBA Draft
"I'm confident in myself and my skills," former Terps forward Justin Jackson said as he prepares for the NBA Draft. "I know I can play at the next level, so I'm just waiting to show all the critics what they've been missing out on."
New Mount St. Mary's Men's Basketball Coach Dan Engelstad Ready For A Challenge
New Mount St. Mary's men's basketball coach Dan Engelstad will take over one of the youngest teams in the country, but he isn't shying away from the task at hand. "I'm looking forward to the challenge of building this together with the players," he said.
Where Does Maryland Basketball Stand Without Kevin Huerter?
With Kevin Huerter moving on to the NBA Draft, where does that leave the Maryland men's basketball team? Glenn Clark and Luke Jackson weigh in.
E.J. Henderson Named To College Football Hall Of Fame Ballot
University of Maryland football great E.J. Henderson has been named to the 2019 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Matt Brady Replaces Dustin Clark On Terps' Staff
Dustin Clark, an assistant coach for the Maryland men's basketball team the past five seasons, is leaving the program and being replaced by Matt Brady, a long-time coach who served as the Terps' director of player personnel last season.
Ellie Clawson Caps Standout Season With Three All-America Honors
Junior track and cross country star Ellie Clawson, captain of a Hopkins cross country team that won its fifth NCAA championship in the last six years last November, earned All-America honors three times during the 2017-18 school year.
Coppin's Aaron Lewis, Joseph Amoah Advance To Track And Field Championships
Sophomores Aaron Lewis and Joseph Amoah will represent Coppin State at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., June 6-9.
Terps' Kevin Huerter To Remain In NBA Draft
Maryland guard Kevin Huerter has elected to forgo his final two seasons of collegiate eligibility and remain in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Former UMBC Guard Jairus Lyles: Wizards Workout Was 'Humbling Experience'
Jairus Lyles said working out for his hometown Washington Wizards was "a special moment, a humbling experience," and the former UMBC guard is focused on doing everything he can to pursue his NBA dream.
Former Terp Cliff Tucker Killed In Car Accident
Former Maryland basketball player Cliff Tucker, who played for the Terps from 2007-2011, died in a car accident in Texas the morning of May 28.
Center Bruno Fernando Returns To Maryland
Terps center Bruno Fernando, who entered the 2018 NBA Draft without an agent in April, will return to Maryland for his sophomore season.
Maryland's Season Ends Vs. Duke In NCAA Men's Lacrosse Semifinals
The Terps men's lacrosse team couldn't overcome a poor start against Duke in the national semifinals and lost to the Blue Devils, 13-8, May 26.