UMBC Men's Basketball Poised For Another Run At America East Title
The UMBC men's basketball team is poised for another run at an America East title after defeating conference-leading Vermont, 65-56, Feb. 21. "To be able to know that we have a chance at it again, it's amazing," junior forward Arkel Lamar said.
Once A Star Recruit, Maryland's Damian Prince Now Flying Under The Radar Ahead Of NFL Draft
Former Maryland right tackle Damian Prince was one of the top recruits in the nation in 2014, but now he's flying under the radar ahead of the NFL Draft. "I really wouldn't have it any other way. I prefer to take the stairs," Prince said.
Humanity The Hallmark Of Jim Margraff's Legacy At Johns Hopkins
For those who knew Jim Margraff, who passed away in January, it wasn't his record as Johns Hopkins' head football coach that defined him. It was his humanity.
Morgan State's Joshua Miles 'Blessed' To Learn From Former Pros Ahead Of NFL Scouting Combine
Former Morgan State left tackle Joshua Miles is preparing for the NFL Scouting Combine by working with former NFL players like Robert Mathis and Dylan Gandy. "Learning from those guys is awesome. I'm just blessed to be where I am," Miles said.
2019 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Preview: Senior-Dominated Terps Will Be In National Title Hunt … Again
The Maryland women's lacrosse team has been to 10 straight Final Fours, and the Terps figure to be in the mix once again, just one of many stories to watch locally during the 2019 season.
Loyola Men's Lacrosse Not Concerned About Rankings
Loyola men's lacrosse coach Charley Toomey isn't getting caught up in the hype surrounding his team following the Greyhounds' strong start. "We have work to do," Toomey said. "I don't think anybody is putting stock into the rankings. I know my team is not."
For Maryland HC Mike Locksley, Experience At Alabama Brings 'Tremendous' Value
Mike Locksley says he learned a lot from his time at Alabama that he's bringing to the Terps. "One of the things that I've learned from the last three years is that winning is a byproduct of doing all the other little things, and that's what most of my energy has been concentrated on," Locksley said.
Glenn Clark: Was Win Against Iowa A True Stepping Stone For Terps?
Maryland's Feb. 19 win against Iowa marked the Terps' first road win against a ranked team since 2008, but was it a step toward proving themselves capable of winning a really big game? Glenn Clark shares his take.
For Stevenson Men's Lacrosse, Early-Season Tests Are The Norm
Stevenson men's lacrosse faces a tough early-season schedule, and that's just the way head coach Paul Cantabene wants it. "We want to play the best," Cantabene said. "... It helps our guys understand how to turn it up when it really matters and to win close games."
Maryland Basketball's Aaron Wiggins A Bench Player In Name Only
Maryland's Aaron Wiggins may not be on the court when the ball is tipped, but the freshman guard might as well be the team's sixth starter, and he's making the most of his playing time.
2019 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Preview: Loyola's Pat Spencer Focused On Team Goals, Not Individual Honors
Pat Spencer of the Loyola men's lacrosse team is laser-focused on winning a Patriot League and national championship in what sets up to be an intriguing men's lacrosse season locally.
Maryland Basketball Retains Spot In Top 25 Polls
Despite a 1-1 week, Maryland men's basketball retains its spot in the AP Top 25 and USA Today Coaches Poll, released Feb. 18.
Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week One
Todd Karpovich shares his first power rankings of the season for the seven local Division I and eight local Division III men's lacrosse teams.
New Morgan State Football HC Tyrone Wheatley: Job Is 'Incredible Opportunity'
"For me, it's an incredible opportunity," new Morgan State football head coach Tyrone Wheatley said of the chance to develop the Bears program. "I've always wanted to have the chance to put my claim and my stake and my identity on a team."
For Tony Massenburg, Jordan McNair's Death Evokes Painful Memories
For former Maryland basketball player Tony Massenburg, Jordan McNair's death evoked painful memories of the death of Len Bias. "Any time you have a major scar, regardless of how big it is, it may always be there. But eventually it will heal," Massenburg said.
Don Zimmerman 'Really Excited' For Induction Into UMBC Athletics Hall Of Fame
Don Zimmerman, who coached the UMBC men's lacrosse team for 23 years, will be inducted into the UMBC Athletics Hall of Fame along with three others April 5. "I'm really excited about this," Zimmerman said.
Ricky Lindo Jr. Helping Maryland Men's Basketball With Defense, Energy As He Develops Offensively
Though Maryland men's basketball fans may first notice Ricky Lindo Jr. because of his short shorts, the Terps freshman has already made an impression with his defense and energy. Now, he's working to develop his offensive game.
After ACL Tear, Blair Watson Contributing Again For Maryland Women’s Basketball
After tearing the ACL in her right knee during a practice last January, Maryland women's basketball guard Blair Watson went through an arduous rehab process to return to the court, and she hasn't missed a game this year.
10 Questions With Maryland Lacrosse's Jared Bernhardt
PressBox caught up with Maryland lacrosse's Jared Bernhardt to ask him about his favorite sports star as a kid, his go-to karaoke song and the show he's been binging lately.
Becky Martin, 'The Pat Summitt Of McDaniel,' Receives Ultimate Honor
McDaniel recently named its basketball court in honor of longtime women's hoops coach Becky Martin, who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last spring and took a leave of absence from the job she had held for 35 years.