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  • McDonogh grad braves cold to play pro soccer in Russia

    McDonogh grad braves cold to play pro soccer in Russia
    The idea of playing professional soccer first hit Chante Sandiford in the fall of 2009 while helping UCLA to a 21-2-1 record and an NCAA Division I tournament championship berth. Unfortunately for the then-sophomore goaltender, the Bruins bowed in the...
  • South Carroll grad Josh Boone hopes to make the most of another chance in the NBA

    South Carroll grad Josh Boone hopes to make the most of another chance in the NBA
    Josh Boone is in a familiar spot, one that he first used to his advantage coming out of South Carroll High a decade ago. But instead of starting as a relative unknown, Boone is trying to return from what could be easily called professional basketball...
  • Towson football team picked to finish second in a balanced CAA

    Towson football team picked to finish second in a balanced CAA
    In some corners of the college football landscape, there are clear divisions within conferences between the haves and the have nots. That is not the case in the Colonial Athletic Association, where six teams have finished atop the league in six seasons....
  • Mount St. Joseph guard Phil Booth commits to Villanova

    Mount St. Joseph guard Phil Booth commits to Villanova
    A Philadelphia native, Phil Booth Sr., remembers celebrating in the city’s streets after Villanova won the 1985 men’s basketball national championship. Three decades later, the Wildcats have given Booth Sr. another cause for celebration: his...
  • Notebook: Terps' Schwarzmann, Carlson honored in ACC

    Notebook: Terps' Schwarzmann, Carlson honored in ACC
    Maryland sophomore attackman Jay Carlson (St. Paul's) was named Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday. Carlson set a career high with five goals to lead the No. 1 Terps to a 10-7 win at Villanova on...
  • Johns Hopkins adds Ohio State, Villanova to 2014 men's lacrosse schedule

    Johns Hopkins adds Ohio State, Villanova to 2014 men's lacrosse schedule
    In a move to strengthen its schedule, Johns Hopkins announced Wednesday that it had added Ohio State and Villanova to next year’s slate. The Blue Jays will open the 2014 campaign against the Buckeyes and will meet the Wildcats in a midweek game...
  • Digest: Stevenson men receive Ciccarone Award

    Lacrosse Stevenson men receive Ciccarone Award After winning the school's first national championship, the Stevenson men's lacrosse team has been selected to receive the Henry Ciccarone Memorial Award by the Touchdown Club of Annapolis as the...
  • Terps Trio: Hoops players with most to gain/lose, 2014 recruiting, fastest football player

    Terps Trio: Hoops players with most to gain/lose, 2014 recruiting, fastest football player
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. With Mark Turgeon’s team starting summer workouts, which Terps have the most to gain and the...
  • National lacrosse roundup: Pannell lifts Cornell, is now Big Red's leading all-time scorer

    Rob Pannell had two goals and an assist to become No. 2 host Cornell men's lacrosse program's all-time leading scorer in a 10-5 victory over No. 9 Penn on Saturday at Schoellkopf Field. With the win, the No. 2 Big Red improve to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the...
  • Review & preview: Premature 2014 poll, Part 1

    Review & preview: Premature 2014 poll, Part 1
    Duke captured its second national title in four years, Cornell’s Rob Pannell earned the Tewaaraton Award after sitting out the 2012 campaign with a broken left foot, and Johns Hopkins announced it would join the Big Ten for the 2015 season. Now...
  • Denver's move to Big East could force Johns Hopkins to look elsewhere

    Denver's move to Big East could force Johns Hopkins to look elsewhere
    Denver's announcement Thursday that it will leave the Eastern College Athletic Conference and move to the Big East for immediate membership next season could impact Johns Hopkins’ search for a conference that the program can call home. The Big...
  • Previewing this weekend's men's and women's college lacrosse championships

    Previewing this weekend's men's and women's college lacrosse championships
    MEN'S Division I semifinals No. 7 seed Duke (14-5) vs. Cornell (14-3) Saturday, 2:30 Comment: The unseeded Big Red have won six of nine meetings with the Blue Devils, but Duke has won both contests in the NCAA tournament. The Blue Devils are...