Maryland's Brionna Jones Earns Multiple National Player Of The Week Honors
Brionna Jones' production during her senior season at Maryland has earned her a spot on midseason watch lists for several major college basketball awards.
Jimmy Patsos Shakes Imaginary Hands After Siena Tops Rider
Former Loyola men's basketball head coach Jimmy Patsos, now the head coach at Siena, is making headlines after his postgame handshake featured him shaking hands with only the air.
Terps Freshmen Trio Lays Groundwork For Solid Future Footing
After watching the freshmen trio of Anthony Cowan, Kevin Huerter and Justin Jackson for 18 games, Glenn Clark’s feelings about the direction of the Maryland basketball program are changing.
Terps Back In Top 25 In College Basketball Polls
The Maryland men's basketball team is back in the top 25 in both the USA Today Coaches Poll and the AP poll.
How recently retired Stevenson president Kevin Manning executed his vision for what athletics could do to put his school on solid footing.
Injuries Behind Them, Dion Wiley And Ivan Bender Contributing For Terps
Having both been set back by injuries, Maryland guard Dion Wiley and forward Ivan Bender formed a bond while recovering and are now both making their mark with the Terps.
Freshman Destiny Slocum Providing Leadership For Maryland Women
"She has all of the intangibles," Brenda Frese said of freshman guard Destiny Slocum. "... Her motor and her passion just jump out at you. Destiny is always going to play one way, and that's all out."
2017 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Preview: Ryan Moran Opens New Era For UMBC Lacrosse
Under new leadership, UMBC is looking to make its mark in the tough American East Conference, while Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Loyola and Towson all look to return to the NCAA tournament.
2017 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Preview: Johns Hopkins Makes Move To The Big 10
Johns Hopkins will begin its first season as a member of the Big Ten, while Maryland, Loyola and Towson look to return to the NCAA tournament.
Terry Hasseltine Optimistic Army-Navy Will Return To Baltimore
After hosting the Army-Navy football game in two of the past three years, Maryland Sports' Terry Hasseltine is optimistic the rivalry will return to Baltimore.
With New Book, Don Markus Sheds Light On Little-Known Maryland Basketball History
Baltimore Sun sportswriter Don Markus compiled an in-depth history of the Maryland men's basketball program in his book, "100 Things Maryland Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die."
Ean Katz Fights Cancer With A Football Mindset
After beating lymphoma twice, former Towson football player Ean Katz is studying exercise science to explore how nutrition and exercise can improve the lives of cancer patients.
Maryland Tops Illinois Behind Anthony Cowan, Jaylen Brantley
Led by a game-high 19 points from freshman Anthony Cowan and 12 points off the bench from Jaylen Brantley, the Terps defeated Illinois, 62-56, to improve to 16-2 on the season and first in the Big Ten at 4-1.
Jarred Jones, Andre Walker Spark Improvement At Loyola
After enduring its third straight losing campaign last season, the Loyola Greyhound men's basketball team could be headed for its best record in four years.
Damonte Dodd Key For Terps On Both Ends Of The Floor
"[Damonte] Dodd's the best screen-and-roll player in the league. He's getting better and better all the time," Indiana head coach Tom Crean said after the Terps' 75-73 win against the Hoosiers.
Undefeated Navy Wrestlers Preparing For Season's Biggest Match
Navy, which started the season 6-0 in dual meet matches, will continue a rivalry that began during the 1909-10 season when it hosts Lehigh Jan. 13.
Trio Of Terps Freshmen Continue To 'Answer The Bell'
Maryland freshmen Anthony Cowan, Kevin Huerter and Justin Jackson continue to pass one test after another this year, and the Terps' 75-72 win against Indiana was just the latest example.
New Stevenson Men's Ice Hockey Program Making Progress
Dominick Dawes saw an opportunity, and a challenge, when he signed on to become the first head coach of Stevenson University's men's ice hockey program, and he has already helped build the Mustangs into a competitive program.
Maryland Tops Michigan In First Big Ten Road Test
Jared Nickens was 4-for-4 from 3-point range to help the Terps beat the Wolverines, 77-70, and improve to 14-2 overall and 2-1 in Big Ten play.
Kevin Huerter Follows Mark Turgeon's Advice
Maryland men's basketball head coach Mark Turgeon recently talked with freshman guard Kevin Huerter about being more aggressive on offense, and the results are starting to show.