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  • D'Amore shows her winning smile more for Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse

     D'Amore shows her winning smile more for Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse
    When Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse coach Janine Tucker talks about attacker Taylor D'Amore, she doesn't point to numbers in a record book or read a list of postseason awards. She reaches for a framed photo on a shelf in her office. D'Amore is hugging...
  • Speaking to local Penn State fans, James Franklin says area opponents 'don't have a chance'

    Speaking to local Penn State fans, James Franklin says area opponents 'don't have a chance'
    Penn State football coach James Franklin paused Wednesday and — in an exaggerated deadpan manner — shouted a question to a member of his staff. "Hey, Lauren, do we have Maryland on the schedule this year?" the former two-time Terps assistant...
  • Ravens draft Penn State guard John Urschel in fifth round

    Ravens draft Penn State guard John Urschel in fifth round
    The Ravens picked their first offensive lineman of the draft, selecting Penn State guard John Urschel in the fifth round with the 175th pick. "It feels fantastic," Urschel said. "Believe me, I’m honored and I’m humbled." Urschel started 24...
  • Ravens wrap up three-day draft with nine players and a couple of questions

    Ravens wrap up three-day draft with nine players and a couple of questions
    When the three-day draft ended and the Ravens had made the last of their nine selections, there was just as much talk about what needs they didn't address as those they did. Despite saying there is a wide receiver the Ravens could take in every round,...
  • History in Rice's grasp after a lifetime of training

    History in Rice's grasp after a lifetime of training
    Linda Rice had tried college, lasting a couple of years at Penn State while realizing that studying bloodlines, speed ratings and past performance charts for horses interested her far more than what she was studying in computer science classes. "I...
  • Terps women land four, Hopkins one on All-America first team

    Terps women land four, Hopkins one on All-America first team
    Maryland's Taylor Cummings, Brooke Griffin, Kelly McPartland and Megan Douty, along with Johns Hopkins' Taylor D'Amore and three others with local ties, were named first-team All-Americans on Tuesday by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches...
  • Bits & Pieces: Campanaro could be a priceless find for Ravens

    I am predicting that when we evaluate the Baltimore Ravens' 2014 draft after this season, the name with the most upside will be none other than former River Hill star Mike Campanaro. If used properly, Campanaro could become a big time receiver like Wes...
  • 29th annual Al Cesky Scholarship Banquet honors student athletes

    29th annual Al Cesky Scholarship Banquet honors student athletes
    C. Milton Wright's Maggie Gallagher and Patterson Mill's Eric Eckstein were honored Wednesday night as the female and male winners of the annual $5,000 Al Cesky Scholarship. The two were selected from a group of 24 Harford County scholar athletes, all...
  • Thoughts on Maryland basketball blame, Big Ten signage and beer at Byrd Stadium

    Thoughts on Maryland basketball blame, Big Ten signage and beer at Byrd Stadium
    Baltimore Sun reporters Don Markus, Jeff Barker and producer-editor Jonas Shaffer weigh in on three topics from the past week in Maryland sports. Who's to blame for Maryland not winning close games, Mark Turgeon or his players? Don Markus: After...
  • Walt Fuchs, philosophy professor

    Walt Fuchs, philosophy professor
    Walt Fuchs, who taught philosophy at Towson University for more than four decades, died of cancer Feb. 11 in a hospital in Gottingen, Germany. The Towson resident was 71. Born Wolfgang Walter Fuchs in Berlin and raised in Pittsburgh, he earned a Bachelor...
  • Hopkins School of Education gets No. 1 ranking

    Hopkins School of Education gets No. 1 ranking
    U.S. News and World Report ranked the Johns Hopkins University's School of Education No. 1 in the nation for graduate education programs, above two state programs better known as teaching schools: University of Maryland, College Park at No. 26 and...
  • InsideMDSports: Terps lead for McDonogh offensive lineman Ellis McKennie after visit

    InsideMDSports: Terps lead for McDonogh offensive lineman Ellis McKennie after visit
    Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. McDonogh offensive lineman Ellis McKennie made his way to College Park again on Sunday for the...