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  • State women: Payne scores 18 as Eagles win third straight

    Shawntae Payne scored 18 points off the bench and Coppin State won its third straight game with a 56-51 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory over host Norfolk State on Saturday in Echols Hall. Payne was 6-for-10 from the field and 4-for-7 from the 3-...
  • State lacrosse: Towson falls in 1st-place showdown to Penn State

      With first place on the line, Penn State (9-3, 4-0 Colonial Athletic Association) used a 6-1 run to take a four-goal lead in the third quarter that it would not relinquish en route to a 10-8 win over visiting Towson on Saturday. The Tigers (7-6, 3-...
  • 'Diamond-tough' Terps set for College Cup game vs. Hoyas

    'Diamond-tough' Terps set for College Cup game vs. Hoyas
    Diamonds and the Maryland men's soccer team have a lot in common. As coach Sasho Cirovski explains, his team has been forged by pressure, preparation and expectations. Cirovski doesn't compare Maryland to the jewel for just those three reasons, however,...
  • Ohio St.-Notre Dame: Who would prevail?

    Irish battle tested Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel The Buckeyes have one of the more dynamic players in college football in Braxton Miller, a dual-threat quarterback who was second in the Big Ten in total offense this season. His play helped make...
  • Towson left out of Football Championship Subdivision playoffs

    Towson left out of Football Championship Subdivision playoffs
    A year after leading Towson to its first Football Championship Subdivision appearance in school history, fourth-year coach Rob Ambrose reacted angrily Sunday after his 7-4 Tigers were snubbed by the NCAA selection committee for an invitation to this...
  • Terps soccer midfielder John Stertzer has unfinished business

    Terps soccer midfielder John Stertzer has unfinished business
    Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski remembers the exact moment when the "light clicked on" for midfielder John Stertzer late in his sophomore year in a game against Virginia. Until then, Stertzer had shown flashes of greatness, but was at times inconsistent,...
  • Laurel resident winds up career seeking national title

    Laurel resident winds up career seeking national title
    Tiffany McCarty, who grew up in Laurel, has played soccer in Spain, Germany, Argentina and Guatemala as a member of the U.S. national program during the past few years. But the world has also come to know McCarty during a standout career at Division I...
  • State basketball: Freshman Knorr leads Navy men past IPFW

    With the game close in the second half, Navy freshman Kendall Knorr delivered, and he had a perfect night in the process. Knorr scored 13 of his game-high 15 points in the second half and made all six of his field-goal attempts, including three 3-...
  • State women: Morgan State gets past Coppin State, 74-61

    Bianca Jarrett scored a team-high 18 points and was 11-for-12 from the free-throw line as visiting Morgan State (8-15, 5-5 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) defeated crosstown rival Coppin State, 74-61, on Saturday. Whitney Southerland hit back-to-back...
  • Is NIU's BCS bowl bid a flaw in the system?

    Happy for the MAC Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun I have no idea whether Northern Illinois playing in the Orange Bowl is a strength or weakness of the BCS system, but I'm glad to see a Mid-American Conference school in a BCS bowl. Seven MAC schools are going...
  • Road to NFL has been bumpy for Ravens' draftee Tandon Doss

    Road to NFL has been bumpy for Ravens' draftee Tandon Doss
    When Billy Lynch first realized that Tandon Doss might allow his promising football career to implode, the Indiana assistant coach did not call the wide receiver into his office or even grab him by the facemask and stare him in the eyes. Lynch took Doss,...
  • Hopkins outlasts McDaniel, 28-24, moves to 10-0

    Johns Hopkins' football team withstood its biggest challenge of the season Saturday as the Blue Jays came from behind three times to knock off host McDaniel, 28-24, at Bair Stadium. The win secures the first undefeated regular season in school history...