The off-and-on college football career of Maryland wide receiver Marcus Leak has ended, at least in College Park.
There will be a preseason quarterback competition at Maryland after all.
After signing five-star prospect Diamond Stone in April and getting a commitment from Duke transfer Rasheed Sulaimon earlier this month, Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon’s hot streak was finally stopped Thursday.
Four years after losing three scholarships because its Academic Progress Rate score fell below the prescribed NCAA threshold, the Maryland football team set program multi-year and single-season record highs, according to figures released Wednesday.
Lance Hinrichs grew up around the sport of sailing, but he never truly appreciated the freedom it provided him until an accident during his junior year of college left him as a quadriplegic.
When Maryland announced in November, 2012 that it would be joining the Big Ten Conference, there was some consternation among the school's coaches — at least behind closed doors — about losing the long-standing rivalries in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
With the possibility of losing several starters after next season, one of Mark Turgeon's priorities this spring was adding a transfer who could give his 2016-17 Maryland men's basketball team more experience.
Exactly a year ago, Charles Mitchell became the last of five Maryland players to transfer after the end of the 2013-14 season.