Maryland baseball coach John Szefc, who has led the Terps to consecutive NCAA super regionals, has signed a five-year contact extension.
Before last year, the baseball team had not made the NCAA tournament since 1971.
“John has done an outstanding job establishing a winning culture during his three seasons at the University of Maryland,” director of athletics Kevin Anderson said in a statement on...Read more
By signing Randy Edsall to a three-year contract extension, Maryland gave its football coach the job security he needed to recruit and protected itself in case the Terps take a step backward in the Big Ten Conference’s rapidly-improving East Division.
In a deal the university announced on Tuesday that took months to finalize, the fifth-year coach received a $71,000 annual raise on the final two years...Read more
Former Maryland men's basketball assistant coach Dalonte Hill, who was forced to resign in November 2013 following a DUI arrest a month earlier, was sentenced to 60 days in the Howard County jail after pleading guilty Monday in the Circuit Court for Howard County to subsequent drunk-driving charges stemming from an incident last November.
Hill, 36, was arrested on Nov. 12 and charged with driving...Read more
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H.D. Woodson (D.C.) cornerback Parnell Motley pushed back his commitment recently because he wanted to visit more schools. After his second visit, though, Motley felt comfortable enough to make his decision.
At Maryland's Big Show on Saturday, Motley spent...Read more
Devin Butler, described as a pro-style quarterback for Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro, committed to the University of Maryland this morning. An outstanding athlete who has also excelled in track, Butler is expected to play safety for the Terps.
Butler, 6-foot-3, 185 pounds, announced his decision on Twitter, writing "Proud to say that I am committed to The University of Maryland."
For budding high school football recruits, the summer heading into their senior year can be an important time to secure collegiate offers to play.
South Carroll's Silas Kelly was in such a position.
Already with pledges from Albany and Eastern Michigan — both Football Championship Subdivision schools — Kelly was hoping to get more attention when he attended a one-day camp at University of Maryland...Read more