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Kelly Larkin More Than Navy's All-Time Leading Scorer

Navy women's lacrosse junior attacker Kelly Larkin became the Mids' all-time leading scorer and led her team to an at-large berth in the NCAA Tournament, but there's a lot more to Larkin than the 69 goals and 52 assists she tallied this year.

Ngata: Climbing Kilimanjaro 'Hardest Thing That I've Done'

Former Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata announced his retirement from the NFL at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in March, though reaching the top was no easy task. The 13-year pro said climbing Kilimanjaro was "the hardest thing that I've ever done."

With Bozeman's Support, Broadus Ready For Morgan State

New Morgan State men's basketball coach Kevin Broadus said Todd Bozeman, who held the same job from 2006-2019, was an influential voice in persuading him to take the job this spring, and now Broadus is aiming to rekindle the success Bozeman had early in his tenure.

RB Mark Ingram Brings Versatility, Experience As Receiver

Ravens running back Mark Ingram's pass-catching ability, which he showed off during the Ravens' OTA workout May 23, should bring versatility to Baltimore's Lamar Jackson-led offense this season.

With Keon Broxton, Orioles Set New Course In Center Field

Keon Broxton is the next player in line for an opportunity in center field with the Orioles. "He's a really athletic guy," manager Brandon Hyde said. "I've seen him play quite a bit. His tools are off the charts."

John Harbaugh 'Really Happy With The Progress' Of Offense

John Harbaugh said he's pleased with the progress made by the Ravens' offense during the first week of the team's OTAs. "It's a process. We're not exactly clicking on all cylinders yet, but I'm really happy with the progress and where we're going," Harbaugh said.

Opportunity Knocks For Young Orioles

For the Orioles, 2019 is a season of opportunity for young players like Rio Ruiz, Renato Nunez, Pedro Severino and Dwight Smith Jr. "I hope they're taking every opportunity to take advantage of it," manager Brandon Hyde said, "because they don't know if it's ever going to happen again."

Caroline Steele: Big Ten Tourney Loss 'Refocused' Terps

The Maryland women's lacrosse team is in the Final Four for the 11th straight year, and the Terps will face a Northwestern team that beat them in the Big Ten tournament title game. "I think we've made a lot of adjustments," attacker Caroline Steele said.

After Decorated Career At Bowie State, Amir Hall Eyes NFL

Amir Hall won the Deacon Jones Award in 2017 and 2018 as part of a highly decorated career as the quarterback at Bowie State University, and now the Division II star has his sights set on the NFL.

Buck Britton On Bat Sensors, Orioles Prospects, More

Bowie Baysox manager Buck Britton shares his thoughts on Orioles prospects Rylan Bannon, Hunter Harvey and more -- and weighs in on his brother's offseason name change.