They came together as a team for the start of the rockfish season a year ago, more for the camaraderie and their long-standing love affair with fishing than for the competition itself and the opportunity to cash in at big-money tournaments such as the May 1-3 "Championship on the Chesapeake."
Varun Ram, the popular reserve guard for the Maryland men's basketball team who made one of the Terps' biggest plays last season, announced Friday that he will return for his final year of eligibility.
Sterling Smith will graduate from Coppin State on May 16 with a degree in criminal justice.
Former Maryland men's basketball star Dez Wells often played well before big crowds. During his three seasons with the Terps, Wells brought fans at Xfinity Center to their feet to cheer his dunks and quieted fans on the road as he carried the Terps to victory.
After Drexel transfer Damion Lee tweeted recently that Maryland was among the five schools where he was considering finishing his college basketball career next season, many thought College Park was the likely landing spot for the shooting guard from Baltimore.
Former Calvert Hall standout Damion Lee spent the past five days meeting with coaches at three high profile programs, yet seems patient enough to finish the process of continuing to meet with the two other schools on the original list that he tweeted out nearly two weeks ago.
Former Maryland basketball player Trayvon Reed, whose brief career in College Park ended abruptly last July when he was arrested on theft and assault charges, was sentenced Tuesday to 15 days in jail.
Shortly after Mark Turgeon took over at Maryland in 2011, he called John Thompson III at Georgetown. Turgeon wanted the Terps to play the Hoyas for the first time in years, but knew it would be some time before his team would be on the same level as Thompson’s.