Tyrrell Pigrome, Kasim Hill Leading Terps' Quarterback Battle?
Quarterbacks Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill worked with Maryland's first team during practice Aug. 18, while Caleb Henderson sat out.
Former Hopkins Swimming Coach George Kennedy Ends Retirement To Assist At Loyola
George Kennedy, who spent 31 seasons as the men’s and women’s swimming head coach at Johns Hopkins before retiring last year, is returning as an assistant coach at Loyola University this season.
Taylor Sebolao Leads Towson Women's Soccer Into Battle Of Baltimore
The performance of Towson goalkeeper Taylor Sebolao could determine how well the Tigers do in the Battle of Baltimore, a kickoff event featuring the area's four NCAA Division I women's soccer teams.
Quarterback Remains Terps' Biggest Question Mark Heading Into 2017 Season
The 2017 Maryland football team faces several storylines at each position group, including quarterback, where junior Caleb Henderson, sophomores Tyrrell Pigrome and Max Bortenschlager and freshman Kasim Hill are competing for the starting job.
Zach Abey Looking To Take Reins As Navy's Quarterback
"I feel really optimistic about this team," Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo said of his 2017 Midshipman. "All of our seniors took great leadership in our team, our offseason workouts and their approach to spring practice."
After Injury-Hampered Season, Towson Feeling Good About 2017
"I have not felt this good coming out of the spring and summer in a long time," Towson head football coach Rob Ambrose said. "... We're as healthy as we've ever been."
Having Lost 'Interim' Tag, Morgan Coach Fred Farrier Looking For More Wins In 2017
With the return of Herb Walker Jr. at running back, Morgan State hopes to have an improved rushing attack, capable of finishing games late. "We've got to find a way to continue to compete," head coach Fred Farrier said.
Johns Hopkins Football Preview
Johns Hopkins will have to replace some decorated players as it tries for a ninth consecutive Centennial Conference title and seventh straight NCAA Division III playoff appearance.
McDaniel Football Preview
Last season, McDaniel snapped a 22-game losing streak that spanned more than two years. This year, the Green Terror hopes to capitalize on that momentum behind quarterback Will Koester.
Stevenson Football Preview
Stevenson enters the 2017 season hoping last year's success, which included a conference title and the Mustangs' NCAA tournament debut, helps an experienced group chase even bigger goals.
Terps To Play UMBC In Men's Basketball For First Time In 15 Years
The Maryland men's basketball program released its nonconference schedule Aug. 14, and the Terps will play UMBC for the first time since 2002.
DJ Durkin: Terps' Defensive Linemen 'Coming Into Their Own'
Maryland faces a stiff challenge in improving a defensive line that was often blown off the ball by the Big Ten's big, physical offensive lines, but coach DJ Durkin says his players are "really coming into their own."
Morgan State RB Herb Walker Jr. A Study In Perseverance
"Through the course of his ups and downs, the biggest thing with Herb has been his individual accountability," Morgan State head coach Fred Farrier said of Bears running back Herb Walker Jr.
DJ Durkin: More Depth, Competition 'Makes Such A Difference'
"It's much more competitive now that there's better depth at spots and more guys competing at positions. That makes such a difference," Maryland football coach DJ Durkin said of the 2017 Terps.
Former Terp Kristi Toliver On 'The Shot': It 'Never Gets Old'
Now in her ninth WNBA season, former Terps guard Kristi Toliver is enjoying playing basketball back on the East Coast as a member of the Washington Mystics.
Maryland, Loyola Are Leaders Among Local Division I Men's Soccer Teams
Steve Jones previews the outlook for the Loyola, Maryland, Navy and UMBC men's soccer teams.
2019 Big Men Makhi And Makhel Mitchell Commit To Maryland
Maryland head men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon got off to an early start with his 2019 recruiting class Aug. 4, securing verbal commitments from two of the top players in the state for the 2019 class.
Maryland Unveils New Cole Field House That Combines Athletics And Medicine
The University of Maryland unveiled the new Cole Field House Performance Center Aug. 2; the project will eventually transform the relationship between athletics and sports medicine at the university.
Maryland's Community Outreach Nets National Award
The University of Maryland's athletic department won the inaugural Community Service Award. "I give 100-percent credit to our student-athletes for reaching beyond their sport," said associate athletic director Kristen Brown.
State's Division I Women's Soccer Teams Set For Start Of 2017 Season
Maryland didn't produce a winning NCAA Division I women's soccer program during the 2016 season, but with a host of veterans returning for the 2017 campaign, the outlook is promising for several local teams.