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College Sports

UMBC Trio On The Brink Of 1,000-Point Mark

As the UMBC men's basketball team prepares for its final regular-season game Feb. 25, Will Darley, Jairus Lyles and Rodney Elliott are each 13 or fewer points away from 1,000 in their careers.

Genesis Lucas Sparks Coppin State's Turnaround

Despite starting the season 0-12, Coppin State can clinch a winning conference record for the 12th time in the last 14 seasons with a win against Morgan State Feb. 27.

Former Towson RB Darius Victor Eager To Prove NFL Worth

After a toe injury cut short his senior season, former Towson running back Darius Victor wants NFL teams to know he's healthy and ready to contribute at the next level.

Terps Stumble Late Against Minnesota, Lose Second Straight

"If we just calm down and just know how we've been playing all year, I think we'll be fine," Jaylen Brantley said after the Terps' 89-75 loss to Minnesota. "We're 22-6. We've been playing great all season. We just can't panic right now."

After Being Shot, Towson's John Davis Emotionally Fuels Tigers

While a bullet may have ended Towson forward John Davis' college basketball career, Stan "The Fan" Charles says the incident could help spark the Tigers during this year's CAA Tournament.

With Michal Cekovsky Out, Terps' Depth To Be Tested

With junior center Michal Cekovsky out for the remainder of the season, Luke Jackson says other Terps must step up in the frontcourt.

Terps' Michal Cekovsky To Miss Remainder Of Season

Maryland center Michal Cekovsky will miss the remainder of the season after fracturing his left ankle during the second half of the Terps' game against Wisconsin Feb. 19.

Maryland Basketball Holds On To Spot In AP Top 25, USA Today Coaches Poll

Despite a third straight 1-1 week, the University of Maryland men's basketball team remains in the top 25 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and AP poll.

Johns Hopkins Prevails In Annual 'Battle Of Charles Street'

"Our guys showed a lot of character," Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala said after his team's OT win against Loyola. The Blue Jays are now 3-0 on the season heading into a showdown against No. 2 North Carolina Feb. 25.

Melo Trimble Stars, But Maryland Falls At Wisconsin

Melo Trimble scored 27 points and keyed a six-point halftime lead for the Terps, but the Badgers played a terrific second half and handed Maryland just its second road loss of the season Feb. 19.

A Memorable Final Season For Navy's Sarita Condie

Senior guard Sarita Condie has put Navy in position for a run at the league title and the Midshipmen's first NCAA Tournament berth since the 2012-13 season.

Clark Kellogg: Terps Positioned Well For NCAA Tournament Seeding

CBS Sports college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg says the Maryland men's basketball team appears to be in the four- to six-seed range for the NCAA Tournament.

Melo Trimble Has Career Day As Terps Top Northwestern

The Terps defeated Northwestern, 74-64, behind Melo Trimble's career-high 32 points, as the junior guard displayed the trademark confidence and swagger Maryland fans have come to love about him.

Freshmen Kevin Huerter, Justin Jackson Help Propel Terps To Record Start

Freshmen Kevin Huerter and Justin Jackson have often provided the Terps with an offensive spark, but perhaps the biggest surprise has come from their defensive contributions.

Kristen Confroy's Leadership An Asset For Maryland Women

"She's a player who just wants to do anything she can to help this team win." Maryland head coach Brenda Frese said of junior guard Kristen Confroy.

Mark Turgeon Just Might Make It After All

Stan "The Fan" Charles says if Maryland head coach Mark Trugeon can reestablish the pipeline to Baltimore recruiting, he may find himself in the same category as some all-time Maryland greats.

Fully Healthy, Jarred Jones Having Career Year For Loyola Basketball

Coming off two injury-shortened seasons, staying healthy was a priority for Loyola's Jarred Jones, and the swingman is putting together the best season of his career.

Reloaded Towson Lacrosse Ready For Another Deep Postseason Run

Towson men's lacrosse coach Shawn Nadelen had a simple response when asked how his team could improve on last year's record-setting season. "Win a national championship," he said.

With Degree In Hand, Former Towson Baseball Player Casper Wells Is Ready For What's Next

After being released by the Detroit Tigers, former Towson standout Casper Wells was at a crossroads, until a family tragedy inspired him to go back to school.

They Said It On Glenn Clark Radio: February 2017

On a college lacrosse preview edition of Glenn Clark Radio Feb. 2, men's coaches from Division I Baltimore-area schools stopped by to share their team's outlook for the 2017 season.

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