Former Terps Perry Hills, Shane Cockerille Stand By DJ Durkin
Former Maryland football players Shane Cockerille and Perry Hills said they were surprised by ESPN's report Aug. 10 about the program's culture under head coach DJ Durkin, who was placed on administrative leave Aug. 11.
Most Significant Part Of Maryland Controversy Is Jordan McNair's Death
Whatever happens during the Maryland football investigation, Glenn Clark says it's important not to lose sight of what matters most -- the death of Jordan McNair.
Maryland Places Head Football Coach DJ Durkin On Administrative Leave
Maryland placed head football coach DJ Durkin on administrative leave and made offensive coordinator Matt Canada the team's interim coach, athletic director Damon Evans announced Aug. 11.
Report: Terps' Jordan McNair Showed 'Extreme Exhaustion' During Workout
Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who died June 13, "showed signs of extreme exhaustion" during what would be his final workout May 29, according to an ESPN report.
Towson Swimmer Jack Saunderson Eyes U.S. National Swim Team
Towson University swimmer Jack Saunderson's recent performance at the 2018 Phillips 66 United States Nationals and World Championship Trials put him on track to make the U.S. national swim team.
Backed By Growing Fan Base, UMBC Men's Soccer Ready For 2018 Season
UMBC's Retriever Soccer Park was recently named one of the nine best venues to watch college soccer by an NCAA-sponsored poll, which "says a lot about the people here," according to Retrievers men's soccer coach Pete Caringi.
Maryland Basketball Announces 2018-19 Non-Conference Schedule
Maryland basketball's 11-game non-conference schedule features nine home games and a neutral site matchup against 2018 Final Four participant Loyola Chicago at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore Dec. 8.
Ryan Odom, UMBC Prep For New Season With 'Target On Our Backs'
As the new season approaches, UMBC men's basketball coach Ryan Odom says it's important to find a balance between appreciating the accomplishments of the past and focusing on achieving success in the future.
Former UMBC Guard Jairus Lyles Has 'One Foot In The Door' With Utah Jazz
"[It took] a lot of hard work and dedication to get to this point," former UMBC guard Jairus Lyles said of the training camp deal he signed with the Utah Jazz. "I still got only one foot in the door."
Cathy Reese, Adrian Branch, LaMont Jordan Among Maryland Athletics Hall Of Fame Inductees
Maryland women's lacrosse coach Cathy Reese, former Terps basketball star Adrian Branch and former running back LaMont Jordan are among the nine who will be inducted into the Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame Nov. 2, the school announced July 26.
Former Towson Shortstop Richie Palacios Flourishing In Indians' Farm System
Former Towson University shortstop Richie Palacios has gotten off to a fast start in professional baseball. "It's going pretty well," Palacios said. "It's just a great experience being at the field all day."
Loyola Volleyball Players Mackenzie Fedota, Ann Ernst Enjoy Memorable Trip To Europe
Loyola volleyball players Mackenzie Fedota and Ann Ernst were part of the Patriot League all-star team that competed in the 10-team Global Challenge in Croatia this month.
Pitcher Alex Ross Concludes Four-Year Career At Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins wasn't the original plan for pitcher Alex Ross, but everything worked out in the end and Ross finished his career ranked seventh on the Blue Jays' all-time strikeout list.
Former McDaniel Soccer Player Kristen Upton Pursuing Career In Medicine
Kristen Upton, who started 82 games for the McDaniel women's soccer team the past four years, is now pursuing a career in medicine after a childhood in which she battled health problems.
Terps Turn To Newcomers To Replace Kevin Huerter
The departure of Kevin Huerter for the NBA leaves a significant hole for the Terps, but Maryland has several incoming guards and wings who should be ready to take on an increased role.
After Stellar Riding Career, Cary Hundley Takes Over As Goucher's Stable Manager
After a stellar four-year collegiate riding career, Cary Hundley will stay on at Goucher College for the foreseeable future, as she will take over as the school's stable manager.
Local Players Participating In NBA Summer League
Several players with local ties are competing in the NBA Summer League, including former UMBC standout Jairus Lyles and former Mount St. Mary's star Junior Robinson.
Kevin Huerter: 'Maryland Gave Me All The Right Opportunities'
While some have criticized Mark Turgeon for his player development, former Terp and current Atlanta Hawk Kevin Huerter backed his former coach. "I think … player development comes down to how much the individual player wants to work," Huerter said.
University Of Maryland Subpoenaed In FBI College Basketball Investigation
The University of Maryland has been subpoenaed twice since the spring regarding the federal probe into the black market of college basketball, the school announced July 6.
Towson Athletics Recognized For Community Service
After exceeding 10,000 service hours for the sixth straight year, Towson was named a finalist for the National Association of College Directors of Athletics/Fiesta Bowl Community Service Award.