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  • Two area players contributing to Lehigh's surge

    No. 8 Lehigh is 9-1 for the first time in program history and has reeled off a school-record eight consecutive wins, and a pair of Baltimore area players have contributed to the team’s success. Senior attackman Adam Johnston, a Street native and...
  • Quint Kessenich: Time for a midseason mailbag

    Quint Kessenich: Time for a midseason mailbag
    With conference play heating up, and April — a month that's all about improvement — on the doorstep, I solicited questions on Twitter (@QKessenich) to see what's on people's minds.   National College Lacrosse League @NCLLax: If QK can change...
  • Baltimore lawyer making a name as pro boxer

    Baltimore lawyer making a name as pro boxer
    In the center of Mobtown Fight Club, a small gym tucked away in an alley off Baltimore Street, Venroy July pounds a speed bag. Behind him, his trainer Adrian Davis shouts phrases of encouragement. "Yeah! Work it champ!" Eyes fixed on the flittering...
  • Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others

    Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others
    The Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1997. Tara Everly, Joan Lovelace, Erica McCauley, Alisha Mosley and Elise Ray join the 59 men and women who have previously been inducted. Everly was a three-sport athlete at Oakland...
  • Fitzpatrick, Bills a good union

    Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Bills is from Harvard, and that makes him unique. He's the only quarterback from that school to become an NFL starter. But there's a common, everyman side to this son of a rocket scientist, and not just because he proposed to...
  • Navy lacrosse coach Rick Sowell aware of expectations

    Navy lacrosse coach Rick Sowell aware of expectations
    Turning programs around has become a career pattern for Rick Sowell. In five seasons as the coach at Dartmouth, Sowell guided that program to its first and only Ivy League championship and a berth in the NCAA tournament in 2003. He restarted lacrosse...
  • College lacrosse men's and women's players of the week

    College lacrosse men's and women's players of the week
    MEN Niko Amato, Maryland Freshman, Conshohocken, Pa., goalkeeper Amato was instrumental in propelling the unseeded Terps to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. Amato turned aside a game-high 13 shots in Maryland's 13-6 victory over No. 8 seed...
  • Stanwick leads way as Virginia beats North Carolina, 15-10

    Stanwick leads way as Virginia beats North Carolina, 15-10
    Steele Stanwick (Loyola) came up big again with three goals and four assists to lead nine Cavaliers in scoring as top-ranked Virginia beat host No. 4 North Carolina, 15-10, on Saturday. With the win, the Cavaliers (10-1, 2-0) clinched at least the second...
  • McDaniel College's new $8 million stadium to bear the name of 1961 alumnus Kenneth Gill

    McDaniel College's new $8 million stadium to bear the name of 1961 alumnus Kenneth Gill
    On a sunny and mild Friday afternoon, Feb. 3, the shovels dug into a pile of dirt at McDaniel College. The groundbreaking for McDaniel's new stadium signified a renewed commitment to the school's athletic program, and the official beginning of a new era...
  • Two Terps walk-ons from Atholton have 'tremendous upside'

    Two Terps walk-ons from Atholton have 'tremendous upside'
    Kyle Schmitt knows a thing or two about Division I walk-ons. The Atholton coach and former Maryland offensive lineman was a Terps grad assistant when his younger brother Dewey came to College Park. The 6-foot, 236-pound athlete played five positions in...
  • 2 Terps walk-ons looking to show 'upside'

    Kyle Schmitt knows a thing or two about Division I walk-ons. The Atholton coach, a former Maryland offensive lineman, was a Terps graduate assistant when his younger brother Dewey came to College Park without a scholarship. But the younger Schmitt,...
  • Postgame analysis from the Terps' 75-63 win over Samford

    Postgame analysis from the Terps' 75-63 win over Samford
    It's been interesting to watch this year's Maryland team unfold under first-year coach Mark TurgeonI agree with his assessment that it's actually been three teams - the one that played the first nine games without Pe'Shon Howard and Alex Len, the one that...