College Sports Archive: January / February 2010
Terps Win With Buzzer-Beater
Cliff Tucker has been an afterthought for much of the season. He’s been a serviceable backup, but ultimately a nondescript player. That all changed Sunday. Hitting a game-winning three-pointer as time expired, Tucker became part of Maryland lore as the Terps edged out Georgia Tech, 76-74. PHOTOS
BCCC Win Dual Championships
The last year the men’s and women’s basketball programs won dual state championships was back in 1998 under Hall of Fame coaches Roger Dickens and John Rhames. And 12 years later, they did it again.
Tired But Tough Terps Romp On Road
The NCAA tournament tips off in approximately one month. Will Maryland be dancing? Even after guaranteeing at least a .500 ACC mark with Wednesday’s 67-58 road victory over North Carolina State, much is left to do to ensure the coveted bid.
Terps Are Getting Long Distance Love
Maryland has become one of the ACC’s premier outfits from long distance. Twenty-two games into the 2009-10 campaign, Maryland was tied with Duke atop the ACC in three-point proficiency at .390.
Q&A: Todd Bozeman, Morgan State Basketball Coach
Morgan State basketball coach Todd Bozeman has led a dramatic turnaround of the once-dormant program, winning two straight regular season MEAC titles and making the school's first NCAA tournament last year.
Don Zimmerman: Lacrosse Engineer
A lacrosse lifer, Don Zimmerman is now constructing proud teams at UMBC.
2010 Local College Lacrosse Preview
PressBox previews the season outlook for some of the top local college lacrosse teams: Maryland, UMBC, Loyola, Navy, Towson and Johns Hopkins.
The 15: College Lax Road To Baltimore
With college lacrosse just around the corner, PressBox spotlights the teams in preseason top 15.
Coaches Walk Fine Line Between Discipline And Abuse
Over the last two months, three high-profile college football coaches have been accused of player abuse. New trend? Not really. Disturbing? Definitely.
Terps Retain Second Place in ACC
Maryland retained second place in the ACC with a 92-71 win over UNC. Greivis Vasquez had 26 points and 11 assists, while Landon Milbourne added 15 points to become the 49th Terp player to reach 1,000 career points. Check out photos.
Terps Making Victory Look Easy
Winners of four straight, Maryland (14-5, 4-1) finds itself all alone atop the ACC. Outscoring opponents, 348-245, during the winning streak, the Terps are off to their best conference start since going 6-1 in 2002-2003.
Vasquez Leads Terps Past Eagles
With just over half the 2009-2010 campaign in the books, Maryland showed it was in midseason form Jan. 16, knocking off Boston College in Chestnut Hill, 73-57.
Prospects Climb Draft Boards
Every year, the bowl season gives players one more chance to make an impression on NFL scouts before the draft process begins. Matt Zenitz spotlights seven players who took full advantage.
Terps' Vasquez Has It All Figured Out
After a pedestrian start to his highly-anticipated senior campaign, Maryland guard Greivis Vasquez.has returned to form and is playing his best basketball yet as the Terps begin their push through the ACC.
Loyola's Harvey No Shot In The Dark
Hard work is generating accuracy and upsets for Loyola Greyhounds guard Brett Harvey.
ACC Wars Start Sunday For Terps
After closing out 2009 with an 83-77 home loss to William & Mary and an 97-63 trouncing of UNC-Greensboro, the Terps start their ACC schedule Jan. 10 with a visit from No. 18 Florida State.
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