College Sports Archive: April / May 2006
Allen Poised For Comeback
After spending more than a year rehabbing his knee, Maryland's Josh Allen is ready to reassert himself this season as one of the ACC's top running backs.
ACC Hoops: Early Decisions Changing Landscape
This year, more than 40 of the 100 top-ranked juniors announced their college choices even before the conclusion of the typical high school calendar.
Terps Eye Title
The Terrapins are hoping the third time is a charm as they head to the NCAA Lacrosse Final Four for the third time in the last four years, but the Cavaliers may be the team to beat.
Final Four Set for Philly
The NCAA Lacrosse Final Four commences this weekend at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field. Can Xander Ritz and the Maryland Terrapins go the distance, or will it be Massachusetts, Syracuse or Virginia?
ACC Recruiting Update: Jones Re-Opens Recruiting
Maryland's basketball future took a hit today when 6'4" shooting guard Jeff Jones from Drexel Hill, PA announced that he has decided to re-open his recruiting and look at other schools to attend in 2007.
ACC Hoops Recruiting News
Let's look at basketball recruiting for the ACC, starting with the hometown favorites the Maryland Terrapins. Get the scoop on the incoming recruits for 2006, the class of 2007 and some other prep stars still in the mix.
Can They Do It Again?
The first weekend of the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Tournament saw Maryland and defending champion Johns Hopkins win with ease at home, while UMBC and Navy were both defeated on the road.
Keeping Up With Modern Day Recruiting
Thanks to the growing popularity of soccer in America, today's college coach is presented with an unprecedented volume of high school players searching for a way to be noticed and be accepted into a program
ACC: Early Exits Cost Millions
Over time, each of the early exits by the ACC's four participants in this year's NCAA Tournament (Duke, Boston College, UNC, N.C. State) will cost the league about $1 million in unrealized revenue.
Maryland Cruises Past Denver
Terps score the first six goals in route to a 16-8 victory over Denver. Maryland will now face Princeton on Saturday in New Jersey.
UMBC Falls to Princeton
It its first NCAA Tournament since 1999, the UMBC men's lacrosse team fell behind early in its 11-8 loss to Princeton on Saturday.
The Hottest Coach in Garyland
With a national championship in her fourth season as the head coach of the University of Maryland's women's basketball team, Brenda Frese raises the ante at College Park.
Bozeman Named Top Bear
Todd Bozeman was named the head coach of Morgan State University's men's basketball program after an eight-year NCAA-imposed ban from coaching.
Inconsistency at QB Evident in Terps Spring Game
After seeing five different QB's play in Maryland's intra-squad scrimmage, the only thing that is certain is that Adam Podlesh secured his spot as starting punter and cornerback Kevin Barnes is ready for a breakout season.
Quick Stick: ACC Lax Tourney Preview
The ACC Lacrosse Tournament hits Baltimore April 27-30. Get ready for the action with a complete breakdown of the teams and players to watch, plus analysis of recent streaks and key matchups.
Johns Hopkins Sneaks by Navy 9-8
What could have been the defining moment of one team's season became the possible turning point of another's as Johns Hopkins defeated Navy in front of a crowd of 13,857 on Saturday, April 22.
Navy Spring Game Provides Few Answers
The Navy football team's annual Blue/Gold game was supposed to provide answers about the upcoming season. But with 23 players sitting out due to injury, the Gold team's 16-13 victory on Friday night failed to fulfill expectations.