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  • Q&A with Salisbury goalkeeper Johnny Rodriguez

    Q&A with Salisbury goalkeeper Johnny Rodriguez
    Each week, The Sun publishes a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Salisbury senior goalkeeper Johnny Rodriguez, a Gambrills native and Mount St. Joseph graduate who...
  • Sowell wastes no time in accepting job as Navy men's lacrosse coach

    Rick Sowell says that Navy contacted him about the vacant men's lacrosse head coaching job "about four or five days ago." And after meeting with athletic director Chet Gladchuk and other school officials, visiting the campus in Annapolis, and touring...
  • College lacrosse: Men's and women's players of the week

    Charlie Streep, Bucknell Junior, New Canaan, Conn., midfielder Streep powered the No. 12 Bison to the program's first Patriot League tournament crown since the conference began that format in 2004, and their first berth in the NCAA tournament since...
  • NCAA track update

  • Week ahead for state men's college lacrosse

    NO. 4 JOHNS HOPKINS (11-2) Coming up: At No. 15 Army, today, 7 p.m. Comment: The Blue Jays have won 53 of 66 meetings in this series, but the two teams haven't faced each other since 2003. NO. 6 MARYLAND (10-3) Coming up: Vs. No. 14 Colgate, Saturday,...
  • It's championship week in college lacrosse

    Championship week is here. Win or go home. There are five automatic bids on the line this weekend. Bucknell can exhale, having won the Patriot League last Sunday. The final pieces of the puzzle will fall into place, and the 16-team NCAA tournament will be...
  • Gary Williams retirement: A good run for a combative, intense coach

    Gary Williams retirement: A good run for a combative, intense coach
    Gary Williams is a man full of passion and perspiration. His basketball teams at the University of Maryland played with bulldog intensity that reflected his toss-the-suit-coat-into-the-stands style. His announcement this week that he was retiring from...
  • 2011 Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year

    The seemingly bottomless pit of talent from the four Stanwick sisters that has graced nearly two decades of Notre Dame Prep rosters has finally come to an end. Coach Mary Bartel has had the pleasure of coaching first Sheehan, then Wick and Coco before...
  • Missing top two scorers, Maryland men fall to Colgate, 10-8

    Missing top two scorers, Maryland men fall to Colgate, 10-8
    — A day that began in celebratory fashion for No. 6 Maryland Saturday quickly turned into a game of survival. The host Terrapins took the field on Senior Day against No. 14 Colgate without their top two scorers, then stammered their way through...
  • Towson women drop CAA title game to James Madison, 8-6

    Towson coach Sonia LaMonica knew advancing to the NCAA tournament likely hinged on beating James Madison in Saturday's Colonial Athletic Association championship game. The Tigers, who entered the day 11-6,and had their biggest victory on April 15 against...
  • Turgeon hire gets high marks from national analysts

    Turgeon hire gets high marks from national analysts
    By all accounts, Mark Turgeon is a skilled recruiter, a demanding coach and a valued leader. Four NCAA tournament appearances in four years at Texas A&M — football country — endorse that profile of Maryland's new basketball coach. But can...
  • A memory that won't fade

    A memory that won't fade
    Everything seemed to be breaking right for the Terps. Until, suddenly, it wasn't. Maryland's men basketball players, led by Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Greivis Vasquez, sat on folding chairs in their tiny dressing room at Spokane (Wash.)...