College Sports Archive: May / June / July / August 2009
PressBox Preseason Top 25
PressBox editor Kevin Heitz offers his college football preseason Top 25. And surprisingly, the Huskers aren't No. 1.
Dobbs Helps Add Air To Mids' Game
The season is weeks away but Navy feels it already has a winner in junior starting quarterback Ricky Dobbs.
Terps Hoopsters Face Tough Schedule
The University of Maryland men’s basketball 2009-10 schedule was announced Tuesday, and it includes a trip to Hawaii for the EA Sports Maui Invitational, a visit to Comcast Center from defending national champion North Carolina and no less than a dozen games against teams that made the postseason.
Can Icy Turner Turn On Heat When It’s Needed?
University of Maryland's Chris Turner spent the offseason focused on decision-making and conditioning but made sure he didn’t change a quarterback’s most important asset: himself.
• The 15: Can't Miss College Football Games
Ryan Bonheyo may never hear the roar of the crowd, but he could make loud noise for Towson football this year.
Bernie Walter Is Headed Home
Bernie Walter has been named to the newly created position of director of baseball operations at the University of Maryland.
Towson Counts On Ambrose’s New Look
Optimism is the buzzword floating around the Towson Tigers as they enter the 2009 season under first-year coach Rob Ambrose.
• College Football Previews: Morgan State Bears | Johns Hopkins Blue Jays
Heisman Field Looks Crowded
For the first time in college football’s storied history, two former Heisman Trophy winners will take the field this season in hopes of becoming the second, two-time winner of the award.
• Lou From The Coast: NCAA Football Picks
Danny Nee Joins Towson Hoops Staff
Pat Kennedy recently pulled a coup for the Towson basketball program with the hiring of former Nebraska head coach Danny Nee.
Q&A With Former Towson Football Coach Combs
Kevin Hess talks with Gordy Combs, who was let go by Towson University after more than 30 years coaching Tigers football, including 17 as head coach.
USAA Will Back Army-Navy Classic
The Army-Navy game, which returns to Baltimore in 2014 and 2016, is one of football's greatest traditions. The gridiron matchup goes back a staggering 119 years, but the game has never had a presenting sponsor ... until this year.
Going to the Mat
The University of Maryland is looking to regain its stranglehold on a sport in which it was once a major player -- wrestling.
Stevenson Ramping Up All Its Athletic Programs
Stevenson University currently has a total of 19 men's and women's varsity sports -- and plans on adding football to the list in 2011.
Vasquez Returns To Maryland
The Maryland Terrapins got a big boost to their roster with the return of senior 6-foot-6 guard Greivis Vasquez after his decision to withdraw from the NBA draft.
College Sports Roundup
The University of Maryland women's lacrosse team's undefeated season came to an end as the Terps fell to North Carolina, 8-7, in the NCAA semifinal. Catch up on all the local college sports action.
College Sports Roundup
For the first time since 1994, no team from Maryland will be represented in the 2009 NCAA Men's Division I Lacrosse Championships. But the undefeated Maryland women's lacrosse team will face North Carolina in the Final Four next weekend. Catch up on all the local college sports action.
Virginia Leaves No Doubt In Shelling Of Blue Jays
The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays were throttled by Virginia, 19-8, in the NCAA quarterfinals Sunday -- the most lopsided postseason setback in Hopkins' history.
Salisbury, Stevenson Enjoy Rivalry
The Salisbury and Stevenson men's lacrosse teams are among the best within the Division III ranks, and some perceive an elevated level of loathing.
Stevenson/Salisbury Classic Nears
The year-long feud between Salisbury and Stevenson will conclude when the CAA adversaries square off in the NCAA Division III lacrosse quarterfinals Wednesday.
Lacrosse Tournament Fields Set
Maryland lacrosse teams have littered the NCAA tournament bracket, supplying four members of the 16-team field.
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