Six Fun Questions With Maryland Men's Basketball
PressBox chatted with players at Maryland men's basketball media day Oct. 15 about their favorite "guilty" food, their favorite sports star growing up and more. Here's what they had to say.
After Bulking Up In Offseason, Sophomores Look To Make Leap For Maryland Men's Basketball
"You don't typically have [five] guys as a freshman come in at once and still be there for years to come," Terps sophomore Aaron Wiggins said. "It's a really big deal for us because with that chemistry, ... that translates to games and makes the team better as a whole."
Atlanta Hawks Forward Bruno Fernando 'Forever Grateful' For Time At Maryland
As he prepares for his first NBA season with the Atlanta Hawks, Bruno Fernando reflects on his two years at Maryland and how having two other former Terps on the Hawks' roster, Kevin Huerter and Alex Len, is helping him adjust to life in the NBA.
Towson Football's Yeedee Thaenrat Charts Uncommon Path From Liberia
In 2003, Yeedee Thaenrat and his siblings were separated from their parents while fleeing their native Liberia during one of the bloodiest wars the nation has ever seen. In 2019, Thaenrat is a senior at Towson and the starting running back for the football team.
Baltimore's Own: Darryl Morsell, Jalen Smith Look To Fuel Maryland Men's Basketball
Baltimore natives and former high school teammates at Mount Saint Joseph, Darryl Morsell and Jalen Smith are looking to fuel Maryland basketball's return to prominence.
Calvert Hall's Chance Campbell Developing Into Force For Maryland Football
Calvert Hall grad Chance Campbell is proving himself in Maryland's inside linebacker rotation. "He's an effort guy," coach Michael Locksley said. "He's a mentally, physically tough guy who does everything you coach him to do, exactly how you coach him to do it."
Spalding Graduate Evan Fochtman Thriving In New Role For Navy Football
Originally recruited as a quarterback from Archbishop Spalding, Evan Fochtman is now thriving as a junior safety for Navy. "Wherever they need me, I'll play," Fochtman said. "Whatever the coaches need, I am here for them."
Is This The Year Maryland Men's Basketball Breaks Though Under Mark Turgeon?
For Glenn Clark, Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon has long been one of the more difficult local figures to analyze. As Turgeon enters his ninth season with the Terps, will this be his breakthrough year?
Kaila Charles To Lead The Way For Maryland Women's Basketball
After the Maryland women's basketball team lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament last March, Kaila Charles said she planned to work on "everything" during the offseason. Now, she's set to be the team's senior leader.
Maryland Men's Basketball Enters Season With High Expectations
With the bulk of last year's NCAA Tournament team back and another solid recruiting class in tow, the Maryland men's basketball team enters the 2019-20 season with high expectations. Can the Terps win the Big Ten?
2019-20 Men's Basketball Preview: UMBC Looks To Play Faster, Find Balance
Fresh off the biggest upset in NCAA Tournament history, the UMBC men's basketball team put together a worthy follow-up act in 2018-19 thanks largely to its defense. Now, it looks to take another step forward.
2019-20 Women's Basketball Preview: Towson Back For More After Historic Season
The Towson women's basketball team made the NCAA Tournament for the first time last season. With most of that squad's players back for the 2019-20 season, third-year coach Diane Richardson's team is looking to take another step forward.
Five Takeaways From The Terps' 40-14 Loss To Purdue
Thomas Kendziora provides five takeaways from the Terps' 40-14 loss to Purdue, including Maryland's slew of missed opportunities and defensive breakdowns leaving Boilermakers open all afternoon.
Keenan Reynolds Now A College Football Analyst ... But Not Giving Up On NFL
"Whatever I do, I wanted to be connected to the game because I love football. I love watching it and I love talking about it, so I was like I feel this is a good opportunity," Navy football legend Keenan Reynolds said of his new role with CBS Sports Network.
Navy HC Ken Niumatalolo: Air Force Win 'Very Gratifying For Our Program'
Four games into the season, Navy football has already matched its win total (three) from a year ago. The highlight of the Mids' early success was their 34-25 win against Air Force Oct. 5, which head coach Ken Niumatalolo called "very gratifying for our program."
With Key Stretch Looming, QB Tyrrell Pigrome Ready To Fill In For Maryland Football
Tyrrell Pigrome will start at quarterback for the Terps at Purdue Oct. 12 in place of an injured Josh Jackson. "It's the worst way to get the job," Pigrome said, "but at the end of the day, I look at it as motivation. I'm always trying to push myself forward and do whatever I can do for the team."
Mark Turgeon, Brenda Frese Welcome Maryland's Plan For Basketball Practice Facility
Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese called the university's plan for a basketball performance center a "game-changer" and men's coach Mark Turgeon highlighted the need for such a facility.
Loyola's Ann Ernst A Cool Customer On Volleyball Court ... And In Classroom
Loyola's Ann Ernst settled on volleyball in high school because she could stay cool in an air-conditioned gym. As it turns out, she's been a cool customer for the Greyhounds on the court and in the classroom.
Five Takeaways From The Terps' 48-7 Win Against Rutgers
Thomas Kendziora offers five takeaways from the Terps' 48-7 win against Rutgers, including Josh Jackson going down with an injury and depth concerns on the offensive line.
Former Towson Star Jordan Dangerfield: Ravens-Steelers Rivalry 'Indescribable'
Former Towson football star Jordan Dangerfield, now a safety and special teams ace for the Pittsburgh Steelers, has a unique connection to both sides of the storied Ravens-Steelers rivalry having spent his college years in the Baltimore area.