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  • Bits & Pieces: Mundy now an assistant coach for the Yale women's lacrosse team

    Our county has produced more than its share of athletes who have gone on from high school to excel in college and beyond. Alexandra Mundy has to be on the top of any list that records sports achievement. Alex, a 2006 Glenelg High School graduate and an...
  • Edsall: Brown made 'pretty good decisions' against Clemson

    Edsall: Brown made 'pretty good decisions' against Clemson
    As midnight approached, C.J. Brown sat slumped in a chair inside Maryland's football complex after Maryland's 56-45 loss to Clemson on Saturday. A reporter asked Brown how he felt. "I'm tired," Maryland's new starting quarterback replied. And why not?...
  • Campanaro cited on CollegeFootballNews.com

    As the 2011 NFL season is thrown further and further into doubt by the ongoing disagreement between owners and players, more and more fans might turn to the college football season as an unwavering source of entertainment. Local fans, especially, can...
  • Baseball: Calvert Hall grad Blair on shortstop watch list

    Calvert Hall grad Pat Blair, now a junior at Wake Forest University, has been named to the first 2012 Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year watch list, as announced by the College Baseball Hall of Fame on Thursday. The Wallace Award, sponsored by Mizuno,...
  • Maryland run over in 28-17 loss to Boston College

    Maryland run over in 28-17 loss to Boston College
    It's hard to know which would have been the more long-shot prediction at the beginning of the football season: that it would snow in October or that Maryland would be dismantled at home by a 1-6 Boston College team looking for its first conference...
  • Edsall: Maryland's situation is like UConn transitioning to Division I-A

    Edsall: Maryland's situation is like UConn transitioning to Division I-A
    It seems almost frivolous to ask these days who is Maryland's quarterback. The answer? It's both Danny O'Brien and C.J. Brown. Each have played in six of the past seven games. All except one (Towson on Oct. 1) were losses. The Diamondback student...
  • Edsall ranked 65th among college football coaches by The Sporting News

    Edsall ranked 65th among college football coaches by The Sporting News
    The 2012 college football season is still months away, but those who oversee its coverage at The Sporting News did their best this week to turn some of the attention away from the NFL’s concussion controversy, the NHL’s Stanley Cup playoffs,...
  • Charles Mitchell makes it official, signs letter of intent to Maryland

    Charles Mitchell makes it official, signs letter of intent to Maryland
    Maryland's basketball recruiting class officially added a fourth member today when Charles Mitchell signed his letter of intent. Mitchell, a 6-foot-8 power forward from Marietta, Ga., committed to the Terps in March before Maryland's ACC tournament...
  • Maryland aims to end tough stretch with win over Florida State

    Maryland aims to end tough stretch with win over Florida State
    Football coaches and players are notorious for proclaiming they can't gaze ahead at their schedules because it could distract them from a single-minded focus on the next opponent. But surely Maryland didn't overlook the significance of a stretch of three...
  • Richy Anderson, son of former Jets and Cowboys fullback, discusses his commitment to Maryland

    Richy Anderson, son of former Jets and Cowboys fullback, discusses his commitment to Maryland
    Even though he grew up an hour away from College Park, Richy Anderson wasn’t always destined to play football at Maryland. Anderson, the son of former New York Jets and Dallas Cowboys fullback Richie Anderson, considered offers from Boston College,...
  • Rugby players in scrum to popularize sport in U.S.

    The Rugby World Cup, a 48-match quadrennial tournament that drew 1.4 million fans in New Zealand over six weeks, ended in late October with the host All Blacks outlasting France, 8-7. But even though rugby has stepped off its biggest stage, the sport...
  • Redbirds making pitch to pro scouts

    Redbirds making pitch to pro scouts
    The players from the Baltimore Redbirds aren't professionals — yet. But the team is made up of a number of potential play-for-pay prospects. That's the point for the Redbirds and the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League. The l0-team, Mid-...