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  • NCAA track update

  • 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...
  • Notebook: Instead of being lockdown closer, Gonzalez is mopping up

    Notebook: Instead of being lockdown closer, Gonzalez is mopping up
    When Michael Gonzalez signed a two-year, $12 million deal before the 2010 season, he envisioned entering the game in the ninth inning and closing out an Orioles' victory against a tough divisional foe. Gonzalez did that in the Orioles' victory over the...
  • Former Towson football All-American Terrance Brooks dead at 47

    Former Towson football All-American Terrance Brooks dead at 47
    Terrance Brooks, a first-team All-America offensive guard and football team captain who played for the Towson State in its NCAA Division II glory days and later returned to the university as its strength coach, died Monday during surgery at the UC Davis...
  • More roster turnover for Terps football team

    More roster turnover for Terps football team
    Since Randy Edsall took over for Ralph Friedgen in January, there has been a revolving door of coaches and players shuffling in and out of the Maryland football program. And it still hasn't stopped spinning. In recent weeks, linebacker Ryan Donohue,...
  • Which team will win College World Series?

    Vanderbilt primed Dom Amore Hartford Courant For several years, Vanderbilt has had the reputation of being "the best team never to make the College World Series." Those ghosts are gone now, after Vanderbilt swept Oregon State to reach Omaha for the...
  • Q&A with Denver attackman Mark Matthews

    Q&A with Denver attackman Mark Matthews
    Each week, The Sun has published a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Friday's guest isn't local, but Denver junior attackman Mark Matthews has been drawing attention nationally for his...
  • 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...
  • Fighting sports homophobia

    Fighting sports homophobia
    Some might consider former University of Maryland wrestler Hudson Taylor brave for choosing the sort of activism he has elected to champion.  But don’t tell Taylor that he’s “manning up,” because that’s the type of...
  • Loyola women fall to North Carolina, 16-13, in NCAA quarterfinal

    Loyola women fall to North Carolina, 16-13, in NCAA quarterfinal
    With Loyola repeatedly knocking it off balance, North Carolina struggled to find solid footing in the first half of Saturday's NCAA tournament second-round game against the Greyhounds. North Carolina would score. Loyola would then counter. North...
  • Phelps wins 100 fly, takes 2nd in 100 free at Santa Clara Grand Prix

    Swimming Phelps wins 100 fly, takes 2nd in 100 free at Santa Clara Michael Phelps won the gold in the 100-meter butterfly final Friday night at the Santa Clara International Grand Prix in Santa Clara, Calif., the seventh and final stop of the 2010-...
  • Peter Schlehr retiring as Towson University sports information director

    This Harford County man says he bleeds gold, and it's easy to see why. After serving more than 35 years as the director of athletics media relations at Towson University, Peter Schlehr, a lifelong Bel Air resident, is retiring on June 30. Schlehr's...