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  • Towson men's basketball team takes Canada by storm

    Towson's Josh Thornton had never been to Canada before last week. But the senior shooting guard made himself right at home during the Tigers' five-game Canadian exhibition tour Aug. 17-22. Thornton, 6 feet 2, 175 pounds, averaged 24.4 points per game,...
  • Boys soccer preview: The poll

    1. McDonogh Coach: Steve Nichols. Last season: 20-1, ranked No. 1. Postseason: MIAA A Conference champion. Outlook: The Eagles, who are ranked second nationally behind Brentwood (N.Y.) in the ESPN Rise poll, are loaded with NCAA Division I-caliber...
  • Photos: 2004 NCAA tournament

    Photos: 2004 NCAA tournament
  • Photos: 2003 NCAA tournament

    Photos: 2003 NCAA tournament
  • Photos: 2002 NCAA championship

    Photos: 2002 NCAA championship
  • Bouncing back

    Gary Williams' teams have often rebounded from double-digit losses. Some examples: Feb. 3, 2009, vs. UNC: 108-91 •Next meeting: Won, 88-85 (OT) on Feb. 21, 2009 Jan. 3, 1996, at Georgia Tech: 98-84 •Next meeting: Won, 88-74, on Feb. 3, 1996...
  • No sure pro shot for city

    No sure pro shot for city
    A new arena is a poor risk for Baltimore if the city is counting on attracting an NHL or NBA franchise, sports business experts say, but some agree with city leaders that a proposed 18,500-seat venue could be profitable without such an anchor tenant....
  • Maryland medalists

    They range from a shooting specialist to one of the great sprinters of his generation. The former Maryland Summer Olympians who have won medals are listed below. Despite exhaustive research, it's possible we left someone out, so let us know at sports@...
  • Where are they now? -- Tony Vinson

    His name might not ring a bell, but Tony Vinson rang a few of his own among Ravens opponents during his two years in Baltimore. A graduate of Towson University, Vinson played on special teams in 1997 and 1999, earning a reputation as a tough tackler with...
  • Where are they now? -- Robert Bailey

    He was one cog in the Ravens' wheel of fortune, a role player who fit nicely on the most grudging defense in NFL history. Robert Bailey played one season in Baltimore and helped the Ravens win a championship. The team's nickel back - the fifth...
  • Still performing like champions

    Still performing like champions
    It's a quiet, uneventful afternoon at Edmondson-Westside High, except for one thing. Dante Jones' cell phone won't stop ringing. And ringing. And ringing. Every few minutes, Jones - the football coach at Edmondson and a physical education teacher -...
  • Stover helps Johns Hopkins achieve goal

    Matt Stover had a hand in this. Or a foot. Johns Hopkins plays in the NCAA Division III football quarterfinals Saturday, in part because its kicker studied last summer with Stover, the former Ravens great. That kicker, Alex Lachman, booted a last-...