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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Previewing the 2012 edition of The Sweet 16

    Previewing the 2012 edition of The Sweet 16
    We’re less than two months away from the start of college basketball season, which means that it’s time to begin the second annual Sweet 16. For those who missed it last year, The Sweet 16 is my list of Baltimore’s top college...
  • Sweet 16: Omar Strong, Texas Southern

    Sweet 16: Omar Strong, Texas Southern
    An extra year at junior college and a torn ACL seven months before his Texas Southern debut were just two of the many obstacles standing between Omar Strong and Division I basketball. The challenges that Strong faced before college didn’t end...
  • Sweet 16: Tommy Brenton, Stony Brook

    Sweet 16: Tommy Brenton, Stony Brook
    To Stony Brook fans, Tommy Brenton is an irreplaceable forward almost maniacally obsessed with winning. To supporters of other America East schools, Brenton’s like an 80’s-era pro wrestling heel, relishing their taunting signage and...
  • Mark Turgeon hoping to toughen Maryland's future hoops schedules

    Mark Turgeon hoping to toughen Maryland's future hoops schedules
    One year after arriving as Maryland's men's basketball coach, Mark Turgeon says the nonconference schedule "is not where I want it to be" and that he hopes to toughen it by adding more marquee games in future seasons — perhaps including some in...
  • Our Take: The week in Maryland sports

    Our Take: The week in Maryland sports
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and intern Connor Letourneau (The Diamondback's co-sports editor and men's lacrosse beat writer) weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Should Maryland play...
  • Terps women looking for point guard after losing Moseley

    The regular season hasn't even started for Maryland's women's basketball team, but its players have already begun to live this year's new motto — all in to W.I.N. Especially after the projected starter at point guard, sophomore Brene Moseley, tore...
  • Terps star, former Century standout is nation's top women's lacrosse player

    Terps star, former Century standout is nation's top women's lacrosse player
    Katie Schwarzmann left Century High School in 2009 as the all-time leading goal scorer in Carroll County lacrosse history. Three years later, she has reached the pinnacle of collegiate lacrosse. Last week, the junior midfielder from the University of...
  • Towson men's basketball ineligible for postseason because of low APR

    Towson men's basketball ineligible for postseason because of low APR
    Even if Towson basketball coach Pat Skerry can pull off the most drastic turnaround in college basketball history, his team will not play in the postseason next year. Towson, which finished 1-31 in Skerry's first season, was one of 10 Division I teams...
  • Former Randallstown star Kim English showing NBA teams what he can do

    Former Randallstown star Kim English showing NBA teams what he can do
    Kim English isn't going to kick the NBA's door off its hinges. He'll have to gently open it up, even if the door creaks a little bit along the way. "I think he's a kid that will be great in a role where he has a year or two to learn under a veteran in...
  • The Last Word with Sean Mosley

    The Last Word with Sean Mosley
    Coming out of St. Frances four years ago, Sean Mosley was the second-highest scorer in Marylandhigh school history with 2,933 points. Throughout his college career, fans kept waiting for Mosley to turn into a big scorer for the Terps. It never happened,...
  • Digital Harbor grad Davon Usher headed to Mississippi Valley State

    Digital Harbor grad Davon Usher headed to Mississippi Valley State
    Waiting two years for a shot at Division I basketball was something Davon Usher  had accepted over time. But the six extra weeks the former Digital Harbor star spent hoping for that elusive DI offer seemed nearly interminable. Usher, a 6-foot-6, 190-...
  • Former Lake Clifton star Will Barton hoping to be first-round pick in NBA draft

    Former Lake Clifton star Will Barton hoping to be first-round pick in NBA draft
    Will Barton has done the research. He's pored over the numbers, he's tracked the stocks and he's talked with the experts. Something just doesn't add up. How could the most efficient swingman in college basketball not be considered a lottery pick in...