Ricky Lindo Commits To Maryland Basketball
"He can do a lot of different things well ...," Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon said of new Terps commit Ricky Lindo. "I'm looking forward to working with Ricky to help him reach his full potential."
Terps Interim Head Coach Matt Canada Speaks To Media
Matt Canada met with the media for the first time as Maryland football's interim head coach Aug. 15 and discussed the recent transition after DJ Durkin was placed on administrative leave.
Malcolm Perry Takes The Reins For Navy Football Entering 2018 Season
Junior Malcolm Perry enters the season as Navy football's starting quarterback, and head coach Ken Niumatalolo is confident Perry has all the tools to effectively lead the Midshipmen's signature triple-option offense.
Maryland Football Enters Season With Program In State Of Turmoil
As Maryland football prepares for its season-opening game against Texas Sept. 1, the program is grappling with far more than on-field matters.
Led By Rob Ambrose, Towson Football Looks To Defy Preseason Predictions
Towson football capped off the 2017 season by winning three of its last four games, and head coach Rob Ambrose and the Tigers will look to carry that momentum into the program's 50th season.
Under Interim Coach Ernest Jones, Morgan State Looks To Rebound From 1-10 Season
Morgan State football is looking to bounce back from a one-win season in 2017. "If we practice hard every day, then the game's going to be easy," senior defensive lineman Malachi Washington said.
Johns Hopkins Football Preview
Johns Hopkins football enters the 2018 season ranked 19th in one NCAA Division III poll, and the Blue Jays will be looking for a 10th consecutive Centennial Conference title.
McDaniel Football Preview
After winning three games apiece during the 2016 and 2017 seasons, McDaniel head football coach Mike Dailey is looking for more in 2018. "We still have to find a way to close out some of those games and come away with the W," Dailey said.
Stevenson Football Preview
Stevenson football returns one of the top quarterbacks in Division III in senior Dan Williams, and the Mustangs will be looking to make their fifth consecutive postseason appearance.
For Maryland Football, Quarterback Quandary Has Long History
Injuries, coaching changes and other setbacks have created a carousel of quarterbacks in College Park. Luke Jackson examines Maryland football's quest for a consistent field general.
Wallace Loh: Maryland 'Accepts Legal And Moral Responsibility' For Jordan McNair Death
University of Maryland president Wallace Loh said Aug. 14 that "the university accepts legal and moral responsibility" for the mistakes the training staff made during a team workout May 29 that led to Jordan McNair's death June 13.
Reaction To Comments From Maryland's Wallace Loh, Damon Evans
Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark share their reactions to what they heard during Maryland's Aug. 14 news conference with university president Wallace Loh and athletic director Damon Evans.
Kenneth DeGraaf Set To Lead New Mount St. Mary's Bowling Program
New Mount St. Mary's women's bowling head coach Kenneth DeGraaf is confident his team can compete right away. "It is one of the only sports where smaller schools have a real chance to compete at a national level."
Former Terps Perry Hills, Shane Cockerille Stand By DJ Durkin
Former Maryland football players Shane Cockerille and Perry Hills said they were surprised by ESPN's report Aug. 10 about the program's culture under head coach DJ Durkin, who was placed on administrative leave Aug. 11.
Most Significant Part Of Maryland Controversy Is Jordan McNair's Death
Whatever happens during the Maryland football investigation, Glenn Clark says it's important not to lose sight of what matters most -- the death of Jordan McNair.
Maryland Places Head Football Coach DJ Durkin On Administrative Leave
Maryland placed head football coach DJ Durkin on administrative leave and made offensive coordinator Matt Canada the team's interim coach, athletic director Damon Evans announced Aug. 11.
Report: Terps' Jordan McNair Showed 'Extreme Exhaustion' During Workout
Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who died June 13, "showed signs of extreme exhaustion" during what would be his final workout May 29, according to an ESPN report.
Towson Swimmer Jack Saunderson Eyes U.S. National Swim Team
Towson University swimmer Jack Saunderson's recent performance at the 2018 Phillips 66 United States Nationals and World Championship Trials put him on track to make the U.S. national swim team.
Backed By Growing Fan Base, UMBC Men's Soccer Ready For 2018 Season
UMBC's Retriever Soccer Park was recently named one of the nine best venues to watch college soccer by an NCAA-sponsored poll, which "says a lot about the people here," according to Retrievers men's soccer coach Pete Caringi.
Maryland Basketball Announces 2018-19 Non-Conference Schedule
Maryland basketball's 11-game non-conference schedule features nine home games and a neutral site matchup against 2018 Final Four participant Loyola Chicago at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore Dec. 8.