Ken Niumatalolo Confident Navy Football Is Primed For Bounce-Back Season
"This is my 35th year involved with college football and my 22nd year at Navy, and I don't know if I've ever been more excited," said Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo, as the Mids look to bounce back from a 3-10 record in 2018.
Maryland Football Coach Michael Locksley: Tough Task, Tougher Man
Michael Locksley has always believed Maryland can be a big-time football program. Now he has a chance to prove it.
High Expectations: Towson Football Returns Core Of Last Year's Playoff Team
Expectations are high for the Towson football team heading into the 2019 season, as the Tigers return quarterback Tom Flacco, running back Shane Simpson and more from last year's FCS playoff squad.
New Beginning Looms For Maryland Football After Season Of Turmoil
A new beginning looms for the Maryland football team under Michael Locksley after a tumultuous 2018. "The way we honor Jordan is how we compete, practice and how we prepare," Locksley said. "That's something our team has embraced."
New Morgan State Coach Tyrone Wheatley Bullish On Bears
"These guys have grown exponentially from the time I got [here] until now," new Morgan State football coach Tyrone Wheatley said. "They're sponges soaking up all knowledge. They're hungry for growth, hungry for knowledge. That's what I like about this team."
2019 Johns Hopkins Football Preview
The Johns Hopkins football program will try to win its 11th consecutive Centennial Conference championship without former head coach Jim Margraff, who died in January. Greg Chimera takes over for a Blue Jays team that went 12-2 last year.
2019 McDaniel Football Preview
The McDaniel football team has new leadership in head coach DeMarcus White, but the Green Terror will be counting on familiar faces like quarterback Tyler Palermiti to help improve a team that went 3-7 last year.
2019 Stevenson Football Preview
With record-setting quarterback Dan Williams having moved on, a new signal-caller is set to take the reins for Stevenson football -- and he'll have the help of a talented, experienced offensive line in 2019.
Michael Locksley Right Man To Lead Maryland Football, But Is That Enough?
Glenn Clark says Maryland was very fortunate to be able to hire Michael Locksley to rebuild its football program, but he wonders whether even the right hire is enough to turn the program around.
With Key Coaching Hires And Facility Upgrades, Morgan State Athletics Entering New Era
In recent months, Morgan State hired Tyrone Wheatley and Kevin Broadus to run its football and men's basketball programs, respectively, and has poured money into facility upgrades. But any improvements made on the athletic side will largely be done on through academics.
Former QB Ryan Leaf On Sharing Life Story With Maryland Football, Other Programs
Ryan Leaf recently spoke with the Maryland football team, sharing the story of his tumultuous NFL career and struggles with addiction and mental health. "I think it's important for me to stand in front of those men and say that I'm here for them and really mean it," Leaf said.
New Stevenson Women's Ice Hockey Coach Tori Emoff Has Been With Program From The Start
"Being able to come back and actually pour my heart and soul into the program that saved me is really exciting," new Stevenson women's ice hockey coach Tori Emoff said. "And for it to be my first head coaching position, I feel really lucky."
New Terps Radio Analyst C.J. Brown Has 'All The Faith In The World' In Michael Locksley
Former Terps quarterback C.J. Brown, who will be calling games for the Maryland Sports Radio Network this fall, is excited about the potential of the program under Michael Locksley, Brown's former offensive coordinator.
Virginia Tech Transfer Josh Jackson Eyeing Starting QB Job At Maryland
"Everybody's going to have a chance and I've competed many times, so I'm going to try to be the best I can and hopefully that means I get to be on the field," said Josh Jackson, who's competing to be the Terps' starting quarterback after transferring from Virginia Tech.
Johnny Holliday, Rick Barry: Friends For 50-Plus Years ... And One-Time Broadcast Partners
Legendary Maryland football and men's basketball play-by-play announcer Johnny Holliday first met NBA Hall of Famer Rick Barry through their time with the Warriors, but the friendship grew as they called University of California's men's basketball games together in the late 1960s.
Ralph Friedgen: Communication Skills Key To Mike Locksley's Coaching Acumen
"I think it's a great opportunity," former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said of new Terps head coach Mike Locksley. "I think there's a lot of similarities with Mike and myself." Plus, Johnny Holliday and Gary Williams share their take on Locksley.
In Inaugural PLL Season, Former Towson Star Ryan Drenner 'Doing What He's Always Done'
Former Towson lacrosse star Ryan Drenner is proving to be one of the best offensive players in the PLL, and he credits his time with the Tigers for his professional success as well.
Maryland Men's Basketball Announces 2019-20 Non-Conference Schedule
Maryland men's basketball's 2019-20 non-conference schedule features a home date against Notre Dame, a road trip to Seton Hall and neutral site games against a tough field at the Orlando Invitational.
Kionna Jeter's First Year With Towson Women's Basketball Proves Inspirational
Kionna Jeter signed with Towson women's basketball just four months after she was shot twice in the back during a drive-by shooting. After extensive rehab, she became a valued member of the Tigers' 2018-19 squad and earned the CAA's John Randolph Inspiration Award.
UMBC Athletic Director Tim Hall Resigns
UMBC athletic director Tim Hall resigned from his position to accept a similar position at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, UMBC announced July 22.