With Hakim Hart Commitment, Terps' Offseason In Full Swing
Hakim Hart, a 6-foot-5, 185-pound shooting guard out of Philadelphia, announced his commitment to the Maryland men's basketball team April 18, one day after reserve forward Trace Ramsey announced his intention to transfer.
Brendan Sunday, Tyler Canto Help Spark Ascent Of Towson Men's Lacrosse
The Towson men's lacrosse team ascended to the top of the national rankings earlier this season, and the Tigers are poised for a postseason run. Brendan Sunday and Tyler Canto have played key roles in the team's success.
Returning Home To Maryland 'No-Brainer' For Terps Linebacker Keandre Jones
Linebacker Keandre Jones committed to Maryland in 2014, but he wound up at Ohio State after Mike Locksley left the program. With Locksley now back with the Terps, Jones said choosing Maryland "really was a no-brainer once I put my name in that transfer portal."
Jeshaun Jones: HC Mike Locksley Has 'Great Plan' For Terps
Wide receiver Jeshaun Jones has a positive early impression of Maryland football coach Mike Locksley. "[Locksley] is bringing in that same family atmosphere that we had before, just bringing us closer together," Jones said. "... I feel has a great plan set for us as a team."
Terps' Bruno Fernando, Anthony Cowan Declare For NBA Draft
Maryland center Bruno Fernando and guard Anthony Cowan have declared for the NBA Draft and hired agents, but new NCAA rules allow players to hire representation during the draft evaluation process and still return to school.
Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Nine
Todd Karpovich shares his latest power rankings for the seven local Division I and eight local Division III men's lacrosse teams.
Schneidereith Quadruplets Thriving On, Off Lacrosse Field
The Baltimore-based Schneidereith quadruplets once starred together for the Towson High girls' lacrosse team. Now, they're juniors with Division I programs, and Maggie is a standout at Johns Hopkins.
10 Questions With Johns Hopkins Lacrosse's Kyle Marr
PressBox caught up with Johns Hopkins lacrosse's Kyle Marr to ask him about his favorite pregame meal, his favorite sports star growing up, his favorite campus to visit and more.
DeMatha Standouts Ready To Lead Maryland On Both Sides Of The Ball
Two of the Maryland football team's top returners are running back Anthony McFarland and cornerback Tino Ellis. Both are DeMatha graduates, and they want to keep that pipeline rolling.
Former Ravens Receiver Derrick Alexander Is Back ... And That's Great For Baltimore
Former NFL receiver Derrick Alexander, an original Raven from the 1996 squad, is back in town as Morgan State's wide receivers coach, and Glenn Clark says that's great for Baltimore.
Towson Women's Basketball Hopes To Build On Historic Season
The Towson women's basketball team made history in 2019 by earning a trip to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. Now, the Tigers' challenge is to build on that success.
Maryland Men's Basketball Needs An Offensive Coordinator
Stan "The Fan" Charles has seen enough of the sloppiness on offense and the underwhelming postseason performances -- he thinks it's time for an offensive coordinator for the Maryland men's basketball team.
Retired UMBC Lacrosse Coach Don Zimmerman Still Teaching The Game He Loves
Don Zimmerman retired as the UMBC men's lacrosse coach in 2016, but he's still teaching the game with Zingos Lacrosse Club and has been a regular at practices, clinics and coaching seminars.
New Indoor Practice Facility A Tribute To Charlie O'Brien's Impact At Cecil College
The Cecil College's baseball team's new practice facility -- named after head coach Charlie O'Brien -- is a testament to the impact the longtime coach has had on his players and on the school at large.
10 Questions With Loyola Lacrosse's Jacob Stover
PressBox caught up with Loyola lacrosse's Jacob Stover to ask him about the bucket-list place he's never been, his favorite movie of all time and the show he's been binging lately.
UMBC Baseball's Christian Torres May Not Know His Numbers ... But They're Awfully Good
UMBC infielder Christian Torres avoids keeping track of his statistics, but he's enjoying a big junior season for the Retrievers. "It's not really about myself. It's about everybody else on the team and trying to win," Torres said.
'I'm Still Not Over It': Terps QB Tyrrell Pigrome Uses Ohio State Loss As Motivation
The Maryland football team nearly beat Ohio State in November, but Tyrrell Pigrome's throw to Jeshaun Jones sailed wide on what would've been a game-winning two-point conversion. "I'm still not over it," Pigrome said.
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Legend Paul Rabil Aims To Grow Game Through Forward-Thinking PLL
Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse star Paul Rabil -- who co-founded the Premier Lacrosse League with his brother, Mike -- is aiming to grow the game and league through a business approach befitting a Silicon Valley startup.
Army, Navy Gearing Up For 100th Meeting In Men's Lacrosse
The Army and Navy men's lacrosse teams will meet for the 100th time at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium April 13, and it shapes up as a key Patriot League matchup.
Baltimore Native Muggsy Bogues Knew Former Teammate Tony Bennett Would Be Successful Coach
Baltimore native Muggsy Bogues knew Virginia head coach Tony Bennett, his former teammate with the Charlotte Hornets, would be a successful coach. "He really was a student of the game; he came in and just wanted to learn," Bogues said.