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College Sports

UMBC Men's Swimming And Diving Captures America East Championship

The UMBC men's swimming and diving team captured the America East championship Feb. 18. The win marked the team's 15th title spread over three different conferences in 17 years under head coach Chad Craddock.

Report: Former Terp Diamond Stone Took Money From Agent While At Maryland

Former Maryland center Diamond Stone was named in a Yahoo! Sports report regarding loans given to high school and college players by ASM Sports, an agency run by former NBA agent Andy Miller.

Towson Women's Lacrosse Making A Name For Itself

The Towson women's lacrosse team is off to a 2-0 start and is ranked No. 11 in the IWLCA national Division I coaches' poll. "It's definitely so exciting being a senior and seeing the team progress the way it has since I've been here," Kaitlyn Montalbano said.

Jay Drapeau Leads Dominant Midfield For Loyola

Opposing teams often focus on shutting down Loyola attackman Patrick Spencer, and that's creating opportunities for Jay Drapeau, a versatile player who helps lead the Greyhounds' transition game.

Four Observations On The Terps' Win At Northwestern

The Maryland men's basketball team got its first road victory since early December with a 71-64 win against Northwestern Feb. 19; the Terps will have the chance to finish 9-9 in the Big Ten when they host Michigan in the regular-season finale Feb. 24.

Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week One

Todd Karpovich offers a power ranking of the seven local Division I men's lacrosse teams, and the defending national champion Terps are off to a strong start despite a surprising early test.

Four Observations On The Terps' Win Against Rutgers

Maryland freshman Bruno Fernando recorded his third double-double of the season to lead the Terps to a 61-51 win over Rutgers Feb. 17.

Despite New Faces, Maryland Women's Lacrosse Enters 2018 Season With No. 1 Ranking

"We have a new opportunity to create who we will be in 2018 with nine freshmen and two transfers," Maryland women's lacrosse head coach Cathy Reese said. "That's 11 new faces out of the 36 players on our roster. It's a lot."

Rob Vaughn Era Set To Begin For Terps Baseball

First-year head coach Rob Vaughn, the youngest head baseball coach in a power five conference, will look to lead the Maryland baseball team back to the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row.

First-Year Coach Josh Loeffler Has Hopkins Men's Basketball On A Roll

Led by senior forward and captain Kyle Doran, the Johns Hopkins men's basketball team has won 10 games in a row and is ranked among the nation's top 25 for the first time since 2015.

No. 8 Johns Hopkins, No. 12 Loyola Set To Meet For 55th Time

The Johns Hopkins and Loyola men's lacrosse teams will resume their storied "Battle of Charles Street" rivalry Feb. 17 in a game that could prove critical toward the postseason.

Four Observations On The Terps' Loss At Nebraska

After a 70-66 loss to Nebraska Feb. 13, the Terps are now 1-7 on the road during Big Ten play, with their last five losses coming by a combined 20 points.

Former Terps Receiver DJ Moore Prepares For NFL Draft

As he looks ahead to the NFL Scouting Combine and NFL Draft, former Maryland wide receiver DJ Moore is looking forward to the opportunity to prove his speed and NFL readiness.

Four-Guard Lineup An Effective Offensive Weapon For Terps

Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon has started four guards for the last five games, and Anthony Cowan sees advantages in the lineup. "That just gives us more driving lanes, more drive-and-kicks for open threes," Cowan said.

Kevin Huerter's 22 Points Surges Terps Past Northwestern

Sophomore guard Kevin Huerter had 22 points and the Maryland men’s basketball team defeated Northwestern, 73-57. The Terps improved to 17-10 overall and 6-8 in the Big Ten.

Local Men's Basketball Teams Vying For NCAA Tournament Bids

With the NCAA Tournament fast approaching, several local teams are fighting for a tournament bid. Mount St. Mary's and UMBC are hovering near the top of their conferences in second place, and no local team is more than one game under .500 in league play.

Katherine Vettori Lands 'Dream Job' As Towson Women's Soccer Coach

"I really think that Towson is a hidden gem in the state of Maryland," said new Towson women's soccer coach Katherine Vettori, who coached at nearby Loyola for five years.

Four Observations On The Terps' Loss At Penn State

The Maryland men's basketball team lost at Penn State, 74-70, Feb. 7 to fall to 5-8 in the conference. Now ninth in the Big Ten, the Terps are no more than an afterthought in NCAA Tournament conversation.

Sean Obi, Darryl Morsell Step Up Defensively With Injuries Hitting Terps

Injuries have forced Mark Turgeon away from his top options in guarding some of the Big Ten's best big men, but Sean Obi and Darryl Morsell are stepping up for the Terps.

CBS Analyst Steve Lappas: Terps' Bruno Fernando, Justin Jackson Aren't Ready For NBA

CBS college basketball analyst and former head coach Steve Lappas doesn't think Terps freshman Bruno Fernando or sophomore Justin Jackson are ready for the NBA, but he does see potential.

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