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  • State hoops: No. 9 Terps women rout Hokies, 87-48

    State hoops: No. 9 Terps women rout Hokies, 87-48
    Roughly an hour and a half before tip-off Sunday afternoon, fans began arriving on foot, in cars and by the busload at Comcast Center. They came expecting to see senior Alyssa Thomas make a run at the all-time scoring record in Maryland women's basketball...
  • UMBC's Rodney Elliott has no problem making his own name

    UMBC's Rodney Elliott has no problem making his own name
    The game was over for everyone, except Rodney Elliott Jr. His team down by 20 points with time quickly evaporating, Elliott Jr. came off the bench determined. He brought the crowd to its feet, sinking eight consecutive 3-pointers and sending his team...
  • State basketball: Navy men hold on to edge Bucknell

    Brandon Venturini scored a game-high 14 points to help host Navy hold off Bucknell, 62-61, Wednesday night. Venturini was one of three players who scored in double figures for the Midshipmen (7-9, 2-3 Patriot League). Worth Smith had 13 points and seven...
  • UMBC women end season with 61-49 loss to Stony Brook in America East quarterfinal

    Sara Tarbert scored 17 points, but it wasn't enough for seventh-seeded UMBC (4-25), whose season ended with a 61-49 loss to second-seeded Stony Brook (23-7) in the America East quarterfinals Friday in Albany, N.Y. Tarbert, the American East Rookie of...
  • UMBC routed at RAC Arena by America East favorite Vermont, 73-47

    UMBC routed at RAC Arena by America East favorite Vermont, 73-47
    It's no stretch to say that the UMBC men's basketball team has looked far better at home this season than on the road. In Saturday's America East Conference matinee against Vermont, though, it didn't seem to matter that the Retrievers were playing at...
  • State women: Vermont halts UMBC comeback

    UMBC freshman Taylor McCarley finished with season-bests in points (18) and rebounds (eight), and Bridget O'Donnell matched a program record with seven blocks, but a late 11-2 run by Vermont's Kristina White and Niki Taylor propelled the Catamounts to a...
  • Plummer's output too little for UMBC men's basketball

    Plummer's output too little for UMBC men's basketball
    Forward Chase Plummer led the UMBC men's basketball team with 21 points and seven rebounds Monday night and became the 12th player in school history to reach the 1,200-point plateau, but the Retrievers lost to visiting Stony Brook, 81-62. Plummer was...
  • State women: Mount St. Mary's defeats Bryant in overtime

    Jacqueline Brewer (27 points) made two free throws to break the fifth and final tie, at 79, with 38 seconds left in overtime, and Mount St. Mary's (9-10, 4-3) won, 84-79, against Bryant (10-8, 5-2) on Saturday. Bryant's Jenniqua Bailey (30 points)...
  • State men: Morgan falls to N.C. A&T, 68-67, in overtime

    North Carolina A&T got the go-ahead basket from guard Richard Pauk with five seconds left to knock off Morgan State, 68-67, in overtime Saturday night and send the Bears to their first loss in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The Aggies (7-13, 3-2)...
  • UMBC women lose 7th in a row, 65-39

    Freshman Amanda Hagaman reached double-digit points (11) for the second straight game, but visiting UMBC turned the ball over 23 times and allowed 19 offensive rebounds against defending league champion Albany en route to a 65-39 loss in America East...
  • Reining in aggressive style not part of game plan for UMBC men's soccer in NCAA tournament

    Reining in aggressive style not part of game plan for UMBC men's soccer in NCAA tournament
    Due to the single-elimination nature of the NCAA men’s soccer tournament, many teams find themselves playing a conservative style that may offer fewer rewards but also reduces the risk of going home prematurely. Case in point: five of Thursday&...
  • Notebook: Rabil reportedly to have surgery in September

    Notebook: Rabil reportedly to have surgery in September
    Major League Lacrosse midfielder Paul Rabil (Johns Hopkins) has torn abdominal and adductor (hip) muscles and will have surgery early next month, Lacrosse Magazine reported on its website. Rabil, who last weekend finished a season with the Boston...