Jermaine Carter Jr. Ready To Lead Terps Defense In His Senior Season
"I think people are starting to buy into what's happening," Maryland linebacker Jermaine Carter Jr. said of his decision to forego the 2017 NFL Draft and return to the Terps for his senior season.
Terps' Spring Game Features Competition At Quarterback
With Caleb Henderson sitting out Maryland's annual red-white spring game April 22, Tyrrell Pigrome and Max Bortenschlager made their case for the Terps' ongoing quarterback battle.
NFL Could Be Next Landing Spot For Stevenson's Austin Tennessee
Stevenson defensive back Austin Tennessee, who attended the Ravens' pro day, could become the first player in the Mustangs' six-year football history to receive an NFL opportunity.
Terps Add Graduate Transfer Sean Obi
Rising senior Sean Obi, who spent the last three seasons at Duke, will transfer to Maryland and be eligible for the 2017-18 season, the Terps announced April 20.
Navy Men's Lacrosse Enters Postseason 'On A Roll'
Despite losing six of its opening eight games, the Navy men's lacrosse team won four of its final five matchups and has gained momentum heading into the postseason.
Megan Taylor's Netminding Keeps Terps On Top
Maryland sophomore Megan Taylor has emerged as one of the nation's best goalkeepers, and she's played a key role in helping the Terps remain at the top of the national polls.
Jimmy Brumbaugh Brings 'A Lot Of Intensity' To Terps' Defensive Line
Maryland football struggled to stop the run during the 2016 season, but new defensive line coach and co-defensive coordinator Jimmy Brumbaugh is determined to build "a physical, bully defense."
No Sophomore Slump For Loyola's Pat Spencer
Loyola sophomore attackman Pat Spencer is meeting the lofty expectations that came with a record-setting 2016 season, leading the Greyhounds in scoring thanks to his creativity and explosiveness with the ball.
Terps Spring Ball: Opportunity Knocks For Caleb Henderson, Jacquille Veii
As the Maryland football team begins spring practices, quarterback Caleb Henderson and receiver Jacquille Veii are both looking to take advantage of opportunities to lead the Terps.
Bill Nelson's Career At Johns Hopkins A Study In Excellence
After 31 years, Bill Nelson has announced his retirement, but the coach who built the Johns Hopkins men's basketball program into a national contender will leave a legacy of athletic and academic excellence.
Fresh Off NCAA Tournament, Mount St. Mary's Looks To Stay Relevant
The Mount St. Mary's men's basketball team just finished an impressive season, and athletic officials are already working to make sure newfound interest translates into increased season-ticket sales.
Will Likely: NFL Teams 'Love What I Can Do'
Former Maryland cornerback Will Likely is eager to prove he has NFL-caliber talent. "[Teams] love what I can do, and everyone knows I can do it," Likely said. "At this point now, it's just coming back healthy."
Lorenzo Harrison Knows He Must 'Stay Away From All The Foolishness'
"It really got to me how fast everything was almost taken away from me," said Maryland running back Lorenzo Harrison, who spoke to reporters for the first time since being suspended for the last four games of the 2016 season.
Maryland's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Brionna Jones Selected In First Round of WNBA Draft
Former Terps standouts Shatori Walker-Kimbrough and Brionna Jones were drafted sixth and eighth overall, respectively, in the 2017 WNBA Draft; they are the third Maryland tandem to be drafted together in the first round.
Graham Savio A Dominant Force For Loyola
As it hunts for back-to-back Patriot League titles, the No. 19 Loyola men's lacrosse team is relying heavily on faceoff specialist Graham Savio, who has won 61.5 percent of faceoffs this season.
Glenn Clark: North Carolina-Maryland Spat Bound By Bravado
Glenn Clark says the recent quarrel between Maryland president Wallace Loh and UNC men's basketball coach Roy Williams is one of many examples of how awful collegiate athletics can be.
Paul Biancardi: Darryl Morsell, Bruno Fernando Will 'Help Right Away'
ESPN.com national director of high school boys' basketball recruiting Paul Biancardi discusses expectations for the Terps' incoming freshman class, Maryland's open scholarships and more.
After Rough Start, Loyola Women's Lacrosse Gaining Momentum
After losing six straight nonconference games to top 20 teams to start the season, the Loyola women's lacrosse team is undefeated in the Patriot League and seeking its fourth straight conference title.
Jaylen Brantley To Transfer From Maryland
Terps guard Jaylen Brantley will transfer from Maryland and seek a larger role at a different school for his senior season, the Terps announced April 10.
Powerful Offense, Strong Pitching Key Maryland Baseball's Surge
After starting the season 1-5, the Maryland baseball team has won 19 of its last 24 games and remains in the hunt for the Big Ten title.