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Through Orioles' injuries and lineup shuffles, outfielder Joey Rickard's versatility an asset

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Back in class, John Urschel offers the scoop on ice cream and Ravens' looming offensive line battle

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Touchdown Club honors national champion Maryland lacrosse team

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  • NCAA selection committee to place greater emphasis on road wins

    NCAA selection committee to place greater emphasis on road wins

    When it comes to deciding which college basketball teams make the NCAA tournament, the selection committee has long factored in "quality wins." The definition of "quality win" is changing. Beginning next season, the men's selection committee will alter its definition to highlight the importance of...

  • Digest: Brenda Frese, Juan Dixon part of D.C. Sports Hall of Fame class

    Digest: Brenda Frese, Juan Dixon part of D.C. Sports Hall of Fame class

    Nine members were inducted into the Washington D.C. Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday at Nationals Park. This year's class includes 20-year-old Katie Ledecky of Bethesda, who endeared herself to a Washington crowd last year when she brought the five Olympic swimming medals she won in Rio de Janeiro...

  • FBI probed complaints that Bobby Knight groped women at U.S. spy agency

    FBI probed complaints that Bobby Knight groped women at U.S. spy agency

    Even before he started cursing from the podium at a U.S. spy agency, Bobby Knight was an unorthodox choice to deliver a lecture on leadership. Employees at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) complained in advance about their boss' decision to invite the Hall of Fame basketball coach...

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Digest (July 11); Brigade's Carden, Sonie sweep honors
 

Digest (July 11); Brigade's Carden, Sonie sweep honors

Brigade quarterback Shane Carden and defensive back Varmah Sonie were named Arena Football League Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week, respectively, for their performances in Baltimore's 49-42 win over the defending champion Philadelphia Soul on Saturday night. Carden threw five touchdown...

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Football game forces new race date for Annapolis Ten Mile Run

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  • Marylanders earn medals at 20th Maccabiah Games

    Marylanders earn medals at 20th Maccabiah Games

    Throughout the past month, about 10,000 Jewish athletes — including some with ties to Maryland — from about 80 countries convened in Israel for the 20th Maccabiah Games. Every four years, the Maccabiah World Union — comprising six confederations in Australia, Europe, Israel, Latin America, North...

  • McFadden sisters share podium at international event for first time in Team USA sweep

    McFadden sisters share podium at international event for first time in Team USA sweep

    The United States women’s trio of Tatyana McFadden, Cheri Madsen and Hannah McFadden won gold, silver and bronze, respectively, to sweep the T54 200-meter wheelchair race Saturday at the World Para Athtletics Championships at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. This marks the first time the...

  • Ryan Lochte cleared of false-report charge after incident at Rio Olympics

    Ryan Lochte cleared of false-report charge after incident at Rio Olympics

    An appellate court in Brazil ruled Friday that the case against Ryan Lochte should be dismissed. The U.S. swimmer had been accused of fabricating a story about getting robbed at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro during August's Olympics, causing an international scandal that drew in some of his teammates....

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  • Rahm learns to beware dead-looking plants at British Open

    Rahm learns to beware dead-looking plants at British Open

    Jon Rahm was involved in a thorny rules situation that briefly cost him two strokes. Walking up to his ball on No. 17, the Spaniard noticed a vine lying nearby that he wanted to move. Thinking the plant was dead, he pulled it away. That’s when another player, Lee Westwood, came over and noticed...

  • Spieth, Koepka and Kuchar share the lead after first round of British Open

    Spieth, Koepka and Kuchar share the lead after first round of British Open

    It’s OK for a professional athlete to take an occasional hiatus. Didn’t we learn that lesson when a fresh and rested Roger Federer won Wimbledon last weekend? Reminders cropped up Thursday on the first day of the British Open, when the leaderboard was populated with Americans Jordan Spieth and...

  • An All-American start to the British Open

    The wind off the Irish Sea pushed away the rain clouds and bathed Royal Birkdale in sunshine, Stars and Stripes. The British Open began Thursday with an All-American flavor. Jordan Spieth, chomping away on gum as he watched one putt after another pour into the center of the cup, worked some bunker...

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