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College Sports

Navy Men's Lacrosse Eyes Spot In NCAA Tournament

After a key win against Syracuse, Navy men's lacrosse is in the driver's seat for the postseason, and the Midshipmen can likely punch their ticket to the NCAA Tournament with a win against Lehigh in the Patriot League semifinal.

Terps Offensive Lineman Marcus Minor 'Ready For The Next Step'

Maryland offensive lineman and former DeMatha standout Marcus Minor says he gained a lot by playing his freshman season instead of redshirting, and he's "ready for the next step" with the Terps.

Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week 10

Todd Karpovich offers a power ranking of the seven local Division I and eight Division III men's lacrosse teams, highlighting a local standout on each team.

Terps' Kevin Huerter To Test NBA Draft Waters

Maryland sophomore wing Kevin Huerter will enter the 2018 NBA Draft but won't hire an agent, thus giving himself the option to return to school, the Terps announced April 20.

Terps RB Anthony McFarland Lighter, Healthier After Redshirting 2017 Season

After redshirting the 2017 season, former DeMatha star Anthony McFarland says he has regained his quickness and is ready to contribute to the Terps offense this fall.

Connor Kelly Boosts Maryland Lacrosse's National Title Hopes

Maryland midfielder Connor Kelly has been the main the focus of opposing teams all season, but he has still managed to put up huge numbers as the Terps look to capture a second consecutive national title.

Four-Star Recruit Serrel Smith Looking To Take Terps Back To Final Four

Serrel Smith isn't shying away from the lofty expectations now facing the Terps. In fact, he might just be raising them. "We got to come in and do what we do best ...," Smith said. "Come in, work, win, get in the Final Four."

Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Nine

Todd Karpovich offers a power ranking of the seven local Division I and eight Division III men's lacrosse teams, highlighting a local standout on each team.

As Its Athletic Department Matures, UMBC Hopes Win Vs. Virginia Is A Sign Of Things To Come

UMBC's men's basketball program is just one of many teams at the university that has improved in recent years, and the school envisions a future that continues to brighten for its athletic department.

Senior Shack Stanwick Leaving Lasting Legacy At Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins attackman Shack Stanwick, whose name appears all over the Blue Jays' record books, wants to cap his career with a national title.

Twins Jenna And Julia Collins Leading Navy Lacrosse To New Heights

Jenna and Julia Collins, two seniors on the Navy women's lacrosse team, have helped shaped Cindy Timchal's program since the coach recruited the twins out of River Hill High School.

After Connections To Terps' Staff Led Him Home, Marcus Lewis Ready To Contribute

Former Florida State defensive back Marcus Lewis is set to compete for time at cornerback for Maryland, the hometown team for the District Heights, Md. native.

UMBC Assistant Coach Eric Skeeters No Stranger To Historic Upsets

The UMBC men's basketball team's win against Virginia March 16 isn't the only big NCAA Tournament upset that assistant coach Eric Skeeters has helped engineer.

UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski Still Feeling Effects Of Historic Win

UMBC president Dr. Freeman Hrabowski said the UMBC men's basketball team's victory against Virginia in March has led to a "transformational experience" for the university.

Johns Hopkins Fencer Tiger Gao Reaches NCAA Championship

Sophomore Tiger Gao became the first Johns Hopkins fencer in more than a decade to compete in the NCAA championships

The 15: Baltimore Athletes Who Never Were

In honor of Ryan Grant's almost Ravens career, Glenn Clark looks at 15 Baltimore athletes who never were, from Dexter Fowler to Grant Balfour to Dwayne Haskins

Notes And Quotes From Maryland's Spring Game

Terps quarterbacks Kasim Hill and Tyrrell Pigrome, both of whom tore the ACL in their right knee last September, are on track for fall camp, head coach DJ Durkin said during the team's spring game April 14.

Morgan State Softball Making A Name For Itself

The Morgan State softball team is looking to top its single-season program record of 25 wins. "Since I've been here there has been a shift toward a winning attitude," junior Damali Young said, "and that has made a huge difference for us."

Freshman Shortstop Derek Lohr Setting The Tone For Coppin Offense

Coppin State shortstop Derek Lohr, a freshman from Bothell, Wash., leads the team in batting average and hits and has earned consecutive MEAC Rookie of the Week awards.

Former Top Recruit Adam McLean Aiming To Impact Terps' Defensive Line

Despite a rough start to his college career, defensive lineman Adam McLean finally saw significant playing time last year; now, he'll look to help a Maryland defense that ranked 12th in the 14-team Big Ten in rushing yards allowed in 2017.

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