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  • Terps' Cirovski pushing to change college schedule

    Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski, chairman of the Division I men's coaches committee, has joined with NCAA leaders, Major League Soccer officials and the U.S. Soccer Federation to propose turning Division I men's soccer into a full-academic-year sport. The proposal, which is expected to be submitted this fall, suggests starting the season in September, stopping for a winter break in November and resuming in March. If approved by the NCAA, the new calendar would begin as early as the 2016-17 season. The women's game and lower men's divisions would retain their schedules.
  • Sports on TV

    WEEKEND TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS ++++++++++++++++++++ || NASCAR || Nationwide New Hampshire || ESPN23:30 || || IndyCar || Iowa Corn Indy 300 || NBCSN8 || || MLB || Yankees@Orioles || MASN, 134 || || St. Louis@Milwaukee || FS14 || ||...

    Red Klotz, former Bullet and General, dies at 93

    Basketball Red Klotz, former Bullet and General, dies at 93 Before he became the biggest loser in sports history, Red Klotz knew how to win. He was a diminutive basketball star in his hometown of Philadelphia and played for the Baltimore Bullets...

    Wizards knocked out of Summer League playoffs with 74-62 loss

    After falling behind early and being outrebounded by 14, the Washington Wizards fell to to the Sacramento Kings, 74-62, in their Las Vegas Summer League semifinal Sunday at Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. Wizards guard Glen Rice Jr., who was named...

    At World Cup, Laurel's Kammarman has global view

    At World Cup, Laurel's Kammarman has global view
    After graduating from the University of Delaware, Michael Kammarman and his twin brother, David, spent part of the next two years backpacking around the world. The brothers, who played soccer at Laurel High and graduated in the Class of 1989, spent...