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  • Cornell loss pushes Johns Hopkins further out of NCAA tournament picture

    No. 13 Johns Hopkins wrapped up the regular season with a 9-4 victory over Army Friday night and improved to 9-5. But the program’s hopes for a 42nd consecutive NCAA tournament  appearance absorbed another sustained hit that same night. No. 2...
  • Q&A with NCAA selection committee chair Jim Siedliski

    Jim Siedliski is the Big East associate commissioner. He is also the chair of the NCAA selection committee, succeeding former Johns Hopkins and Towson coach Tony Seaman. Siedliski, VMI coach Brian Anken, Ohio State senior associate athletic director...
  • Loyola got news it was looking for with invitation to NCAA tournament

    Loyola got news it was looking for with invitation to NCAA tournament
    As a result of losing, 18-11, to No. 8 Ohio State in the semifinal round of the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament last Thursday night, No. 5 Loyola had no choice but to sit back and wait for the NCAA selection committee to decide the team&...
  • Leftovers from Q&A with ESPN's Paul Carcaterra

    Leftovers from Q&A with ESPN's Paul Carcaterra
    ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra participated in a Q&A Monday. The former Syracuse All-American midfielder, who can be followed on Twitter via @paulcarcaterra, also answered a few questions about No. 4 Maryland, No. 7 Loyola, No. 13 Johns Hopkins, Towson...
  • Maryland returns to top five of latest RPI list

    Maryland returns to top five of latest RPI list
    After losing to Johns Hopkins on April 13 and falling four spots to No. 8 in terms of RPI, Maryland returned to the top five after Saturday’s 8-7 decision over Yale, moving to No. 3 in the latest Rating Percentage Index list – also known as...
  • Act now to expand gaming in Maryland

    Act now to expand gaming in Maryland
    Maryland's casinos need table games to compete with neighboring states. And we need them as soon as possible. Some believe our state has the luxury of waiting until the state's current casino program is fully up and running. A recent editorial in The Sun...
  • Md. regulators protest 'secret' talks over electricity-auction rules

    Maryland's Public Service Commission objected Wednesday to "clandestine" negotiations over a possible change in electricity bidding rules in the region, saying states and consumer advocates had been left out of discussions on a proposal that could drive...
  • Q&A with ESPN's Mark Dixon

    ESPN analyst Mark Dixon provided play by play for No. 13 Princeton’s 14-9 victory over No. 14 Cornell last Saturday and will offer analysis of the America East tournament final this Saturday. The former Johns Hopkins midfielder, who can be...
  • Notre Dame overtakes Loyola to top RPI rankings

    Loyola’s 10-9 overtime loss to Johns Hopkins Saturday opened the door for Notre Dame to move into the top spot in RPI (ratings percentage index). In the third version of the list released by the NCAA Monday evening, the Fighting Irish (11-1) jumped...
  • Proposed pipeline raises concerns in Baltimore, Harford Co.

    Wooden stakes mark the path that a proposed underground gas pipeline would cut through Jonathan Guth's property in Baltimore County along its 21-mile route northeast to Harford County. The project would take out about half a stand of woods that Guth...
  • Loyola earns top overall seed in NCAA men's tournament

    Loyola earns top overall seed in NCAA men's tournament
    After setting a school record for wins and matching another program mark for best start, the Loyola men's lacrosse team reaped a coveted reward: the top overall seed in the NCAA tournament. The 14-1 Greyhounds, who captured their first Eastern College...
  • Penn State left with questions about being left out of NCAA tournament

    Penn State left with questions about being left out of NCAA tournament
    Straight from the “What else is new” department, Penn State was severely disappointed by the selection committee’s decision to exclude the Nittany Lions from the 16-team NCAA tournament, which was unveiled late Sunday night. And 12...