College Sports Archive: March / April 2010
Kimmel Feels Need To Pass On Torch
Johns Hopkins midfielder Michael Kimmel's focus is on the present, particularly on helping the Blue Jays reach, and then make a run, in the NCAA Tournament.
Ten Bears, Version II Evoke Fond Memories
Keith Mills looks at the Morgan State lacrosse team, a team that is again loaded with local high school players, much like the "Ten Bears" team of the 1970s.
Phoenix Rising: Former Virginia Tech QB Ike Whitaker
Former Virginia Tech quarterback Ike Whitaker rallies from the desolation of alcoholism to pursue his dream of a football career.
Ins And Outs Of Recruiting
After lackluster recruiting classes in 2006 and 2007, Maryland football’s fall was inevitable. Not only did the Terrapins fail to sign enough top talent, they seemed to neglect the elite in-state recruits, the bedrock of any competent football program.
A True Maryland Superfan
John "Taters" Naegele's heartbreak over Sunday's loss may fade, but his love for the Terps will never die, a love that has existed for over 40 years.
Terps' Season Ends In Heartbreak
And that’s all for the 2009-2010 Maryland Terrapins. Becoming the latest victim of last-second heroics, the No. 4 Terps fell to No. 5 Michigan State, 85-83, on a buzzer-beater three-pointer by Korie Lucious in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Now It’s Time For Vasquez To Enjoy Deserved Honors
Maryland guard Greivis Vasquez has etched his name into the ACC record books, becoming the first ACC player with 2,000 points, 700 assists and 600 rebounds.
Navy Baseball Off To Historic Start
Navy broke the seal on the state’s 2010 baseball season, getting off to its best start in 29 years. Opening with a 13-3 mark through March 17, the Mids are vying to make their way back into contention for a Patriot League title after a disappointing 20-26-1 finish in 2009.
System Didn’t Slow Thomas
It's not often a receiver coming out of a triple-option offense is viewed as one of the top receivers in the draft, but then came Georgia Tech's Demaryius Thomas.
NFL Draft: Matt Zenitz's Top Players By Position
Matt Zenitz goes position by position to outline his top picks for the NFL Draft.
Dunlap Has It All, But Is He Worth It?
In terms of talent and raw physical ability, Florida’s Carlos Dunlap may be the top defensive end in the NFL draft.
Q&A: Loyola Lacrosse Coach Charley Toomey
PressBox recently caught up with Loyola lacrosse coach Charley Toomey, who has led the Greyhounds to the NCAA tournament in two of the past three seasons.
Towson Doesn’t Flinch From Arduous Schedule
The Towson University men’s lacrosse team is saddled with one of the nation’s toughest schedules and will be tested throughout the campaign. Should the Tigers earn passing marks, an NCAA Tournament bid will likely follow
Terps Have Date With Cougars
Friday at 9:40 p.m. is must-see TV for Maryland fans. So find a television, and have your brackets handy while watching the Terps, the fourth seed in the Midwest Region, begin their push toward the Final Four by battling 13-seed Houston during the opening round of the NCAA Tournament in Spokane, Wash.
Vasquez, Williams Tops in ACC
The Maryland Terrapins took home the ACC's top honors as Greivis Vasquez was named ACC Player of the Year and Gary Williams was voted Coach of the Year.
Terps Down Duke On Senior Night
Claiming the biggest game in the Comcast Center’s seven-season history, the No. 22 Terps ascended into a first place tie with No. 4 Duke atop the ACC by edging out the Blue Devils, 79-72. • PHOTOS
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