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Digest (March 30): Indiana blasts Terps in baseball, 20-5

Indiana posted a 20-5 win over the Maryland baseball team at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Hoosiers (16-10, 4-1 Big Ten) scored four

Digest (March 28): Laurel Park wrapping up winter meet

Live racing returns to Laurel Park with a nine-race card today that kicks off the final weekend of the track's 46-day winter meet. First race post time is 1:10

Digest (March 27): American Athletic Conference, ESPN agree to 12-year contract

Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said the media rights deal that was announced on Wednesday "totally justifies" the Naval Academy's decision to join the

Digest (March 26): UMBC's Joe Sherburne selected for tourney

UMBC's Joe Sherburne has been selected to participate in the Dos Equis 3X3U National Championship, scheduled for April 5-7 at Minnesota's Mall of America.

Digest (March 23): Josh Melton's career day sends Salisbury to men's lacrosse victory

On a day in which Salisbury men's lacrosse celebrated a historic team, the 1994 national champions that captured the program's first national title, Josh

Digest (March 22): 86-year-old trainer King Leatherbury active at Laurel Park

Hall of Fame horseman King Leatherbury has welcomed back a small string of horses to his barn at Laurel Park in preparation for his 60th season as a

Digest (March 20): Loch Raven grad Lindsey Wagnerleads Salisbury to women's lacrosse win

No. 5 Salisbury earned a 14-7 victory against No. 15 SUNY Cortland in women's lacrosse at Rowan University. Lindsey Wagner (Loch Raven) led the Sea Gulls (7-1)

Digest (March 19): Severna Park grad Paul Ruppert leads Frostburg men's lacrosse past McDaniel

Paul Ruppert (Severna Park) scored five goals to lead Frostburg State (6-1) to a 17-12 victory over visiting McDaniel (2-6) in men's lacrosse on Tuesday. The

Digest (March 17): Filly Las Setas wins 3rd straight at Laurel Park

There's no telling the potential of the 3-year-old filly Las Setas after another impressive victory Saturday at Laurel Park. Coming into the $100,000 Beyond

Digest (March 15): Bel Air graduate Alexis Strobel leads Salisbury to women's lacrosse win

The fifth-ranked Salisbury University women's lacrosse team finished its three-game home stand with a 13-8 victory over Plymouth State on Friday afternoon.

Digest (March 14): DNR begins annual spring trout stocking

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is preparing to release more than 300,000 brown, golden and rainbow trout throughout the state during its annual

Digest (March 13): Glenelg Country opens seasons with boys lacrosse win over Gerstell

Varsity boys lacrosse: Glenelg Country opened its season with a 12-2 victory over MIAA B Conference rival Gerstell. Jai Bhatnagar had a hat trick for the

Digest (March 12): Maryland Jockey Club hosting handicapping contest Saturday

Registration is open for the spring session of the Maryland Jockey Club's Champions Handicapping Tournament scheduled to be held Saturday in the second-floor

Digest (March 9): Pikesville skater Ting Cui wins world Junior bronze

Ting Cui a 16-year-old Pikesville resident, won a bronze medal at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, this week. Coming off a

Digest (March 7): Laurel Park post time moving to 1:10 p.m.

First-race post time at Laurel Park moves to 1:10p.m. beginning Sunday. The 48-day winter meet runs through March 31. Laurel's 19-day spring meet runs April 5

Digest (March 6): 56th football Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner scheduled

The Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame will sponsor the 56th annual Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner on

Digest (March 5): Terps pair football and lacrosse for Maryland Day on April 27

For the first time since 2011, the Maryland football team will host its annual Red-White Spring Game on Maryland Day. Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium on

Digest (March 1): Terps hosting pregame women's basketball clinic

The eighth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team (25-3, 14-3 B1G) will host Illinois (10-18, 2-15) in both teams' regular-season finale today at 2 p.m. at

Digest (Feb. 28): William & Mary slips past Towson in men's basketball

Nathan Knight went 1-for-2 from the free-throw line with 12 seconds left and visiting William & Mary (13-16, 9-8 Colonial Athletic Association) hung on to win

Digest (Feb. 27): Midshipmen add two assistant coaches to football staff

Jerrick Hall and Jason MacDonald have joined head coach Ken Niumatalolo's Navy football coaching staff. Hall will coach the nose guards and defensive tackles,

Digest (Feb. 26): Maryland tops VCU for fifth straight baseball win

The Maryland pitching staff utilized nine arms as the Terps baseball team earned a 4-3 win over host VCU on Tuesday afternoon. The Terps (5-2) have won five

Digest (Feb. 24): Blast take down Eastern Division-leading Utica City, 6-2

Tony Donatelli and Jonatas Melo each scored two goals and the host Blast earned their second win over Major Arena Soccer League Eastern Division-leading Utica City FC on Sunday.

Digest (Feb. 23): Perry Hall Christian's Sam DeIaco scores 1,000th career point

Varsity girls basketball: Maryland School for the Deaf beat Perry Hall Christian, 47-37, in the Maryland Independent Athletic Conference championship at

Digest (Feb. 22): Kionna Jeter leads Towson past William & Mary in women's basketball

Kionna Jeter scored a game-high 20 points to lead visiting Towson (16-9, 10-4 Colonial Athletic Association) to a 82-75 victory over William & Mary (12-12,

Digest (Feb. 21) Marriotts Ridge grad Carly Miller Miller propels Mount St. Mary's to women's lacrosse victory

Carly Miller (Marriotts Ridge) scored her second goal and the game-winner with 39 seconds left to play as visiting Mount St. Mary's (2-0) won 9-8 over UMBC

Digest (Feb. 20): Archbishop Spalding graduate Buzz Anthony earns ODAC Player of Year award

Randolph-Macon sophomore guard Buzz Anthony (Archbishop Spalding) was named the Kurt Axe Player of the Year in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Anthony

Digest (Feb. 17): Victor Rosales rides first career winner at Laurel Park

Pink Pearl forged a short lead after a half-mile and drew off to a 4 ¼-length upset of Sunday’s opener at Laurel Park to give jockey Victor Rosales his first career riding victory.

Digest (Feb. 16): Alwaysmining continues winning streak at Laurel Park's Winter Carnival

Runnymede Racing LLC's Alwaysmining won his fourth consecutive race and third consecutive stakes with a 41/4-length victory in Saturday's $100,000 Miracle Wood

Digest (Feb. 15): Laurel Park offers streaming of Winter Carnival

Laurel Park's annual Winter Carnival, featuring the $250,000 Barbara Fritchie (G3) and $250,000 General George (G3), will have enhanced coverage and exposure

Digest (Feb. 14): Maryland stops Florida, 17-12, for second women's lacrosse win of season

Jen Giles (Mount Hebron), Caroline Steele (Severn) and Kali Hartshorn each scored four goals to lead No. 2 Maryland (2-0) to a 17-12 victory over No. 4 Florida

Digest (Feb. 13): Brigade to open AFL season with championship rematch

The Arena Football League announced its 2019 season schedule, along with rule changes for the upcoming season. The Baltimore Brigade will kick off the season

Digest (Feb. 12): Baltimore City CC, Harford CC earn top seeds for JUCO basketball tournament

The Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference announced the seeding for its men's and women's conference basketball tournaments, which run Thursday through

Digest (Feb. 11): UMBC to induct four into Athletics Hall

Former soccer player Marcus Gross (Class of 2006), former lacrosse player Drew Westervelt (Class of 2008), current men's soccer coach Pete Caringi Jr. and former men's lacrosse coach Don Zimmerman will be inducted into the UMBC Athletics Hall of Fame on April 5 at the UMBC Event Center.

Digest (Feb. 10): Blast bounce back in big way with 9-3 win against Heat

The Blast broke a three-game Major Arena Soccer League losing streak by scoring the game's first eight goals and routing the Harrisburg Heat, 9-3, on Sunday before an announced 3,530 at SECU Arena in Towson.

Digest (Feb. 9): Maryland faces crucial Big Ten women's basketball clash at Rutgers

The No. 8 Maryland women's basketball team (21-2, 10-2) will travel to No. 20 Rutgers (17-5, 9-2) for a 2 p.m. matchup today in Piscataway, N.J. The Terps, who

Digest (Feb. 8): Terps schedule basketball series against UConn women

The Maryland women's basketball team announced an upcoming two-year series with Connecticut starting in the 2020-21 season. The Terps and the Huskies will meet

Digest (Feb. 7): Arena Football League expands to Columbus

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Digest (Feb. 6): Handicapping contest scheduled for Laurel Park

The Maryland Jockey Club will host its annual Cure the Winter Blues handicapping tournament over six consecutive Saturdays beginning with the Feb. 16 Winter

Digest (Feb. 5): Terps' Kaila Charles named to two women's basketball award watch lists

Junior Kaila Charles of the 10th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team (20-2, 9-2 Big Ten) was named to the Wade Trophy watch list and the Wooden Award late

Digest (Feb. 4): MEAC suspends six basketball players for roles in postgame brawl

The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference announced the suspension of six student-athletes after an altercation involving the Norfolk State and Howard men’s basketball teams Saturday.

Digest (Feb. 2): Blast held in check, 4-2, in first clash with Wave

In their first matchup of the season against the Milwaukee Wave, the visiting Baltimore Blast were handed a 4-2 defeat. Both teams implemented a defensive

Digest (Feb. 1): Loyola Blakefield upends No. 6 Mount Saint Joseph in basketball

Loyola Blakefield knocked off sixth-ranked Mount Saint Joseph, 62-57, on Friday night. After trailing early in the game 7-2, Loyola went on a 15-3 run to end

Digest (Jan. 31): NDP's Nathalie Friedman, Spalding's Margot Lawn named field hockey All-Americans

Nathalie Friedman, The Baltimore Sun's 2018 field hockey Player of the Year from Notre Dame Prep, on Tuesday was named first-team All-America by MAX field

Digest (Jan. 30): Thursday racing canceled at Laurel Park due to cold

Because of the polar vortex moving across the eastern United States with dangerously cold temperatures and high wind gusts, Laurel Park announced it has

Digest (Jan. 29): Maryland women's basketball team hosts Wisconsin, fundraiser

The 11th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team (18-2, 7-2 Big Ten) will return home to host Wisconsin (11-10, 2-7) on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Xfinity

Digest (Jan. 27): Jockey Weston Hamilton wins first race as Eclipse champion

Jockey Weston Hamilton won his first race as an Eclipse Award champion Sunday at Laurel Park, guiding Weekend Flyer to a 3 ½-length win in the fourth race.

Digest (Jan. 26): Heat handle Blast for Major Arena Soccer League victory

In the third Major Arena Soccer League matchup of the season between the Baltimore Blast and the Harrisburg Heat, the Heat came out on top, 8-6. The Blast were

Digest (Jan. 25): Terps' Shakira Austin selected for defensive watch list

Maryland freshman forward Shakira Austin has been selected as one of 15 players on the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year Watch List. Austin is the only

Digest (Jan. 24): Blast plan visits to schools, hospital

The Baltimore Blast are in the middle of a heated season Major Arena Soccer League season. As they continue their hunt for an 11th championship title, the team

Digest (Jan. 23): Naval Academy to honor late football coaches Forzano and Welsh in August

Former head coaches Rick Forzano and George Welsh, who both died earlier this month, will be honored by the Naval Academy Athletic Association the weekend of

Digest (Jan. 22): Weston Hamilton a finalist for Eclipse Awards

While an Eclipse Award was far from anyone's mind when Glorious Empire finished sixth in his seasonal debut at Laurel Park last April, Weston Hamilton had but

Digest (Jan. 21): Wizards sign Gary Payton II, son of Hall of Famer

The Washington Wizards announced that the team has signed guard Gary Payton II to a 10-day contract.

Digest (Jan. 20): McDonogh four-star defensive tackle D’Von Ellies commits to Penn State

McDonogh four-star defensive tackle D’Von Ellies announced his commitment to Penn State during the Polynesian Bowl, a high school football all-star game in Hawaii, on Saturday night.

Digest (Jan. 18): Jockey Trevor McCarthy returns with wins after spill at Laurel Park

Jockey Trevor McCarthy, in his first mount since being involved in a three-horse spill one week earlier, made a triumphant return to the irons aboard Charlie

Digest (Jan. 17): UMBC men's basketball loses starting center to knee injury

UMBC sophomore center Daniel Akin underwent surgery Thursday to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee and will miss the rest of the basketball season. Akin

Digest (Jan. 16): Johns Hopkins chosen as East's top Divisioin III football team

For the first time in program history, Johns Hopkins has earned the Division III Lambert Cup, which is presented annually by the Eastern College Athletic

Digest (Jan. 15): Spurs' Rudy Gay to open gym in Baltimore

San Antonio Spurs forward Rudy Gay, an Archbishop Spalding graduate, will open PickUp USA Fitness franchises in Baltimore as well as Florida. PickUp USA gyms

Digest (Jan. 10): Late Night Pow Wow leads talented Laurel Park field

Breeze Easy LLC's Grade 3 winner Late Night Pow Wow will face five rivals in her bid for a fifth straight stakes victory and eighth consecutive win overall in

Digest (Jan. 9): Washington game sites could host sports betting

When sports gambling is formally legalized in Washington, fans will have the option to place bets in convenience stores, bars, restaurants or from their living

Digest (Jan. 8): Defender Donovan Pines passing up final Terps soccer season

River Hill graduate Donovan Pines, a towering defensive anchor during Maryland's improbable run to the NCAA soccer championship last month, will forgo his

Digest (Jan. 7): Maryland's Anthony McFarland Jr. named freshman All-American

Maryland freshman running back Anthony McFarland Jr. has been selected to the Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America Team. McFarland is

Digest (Jan. 6): Isaiah Hart scores 21 points in Loyola Maryland's men's basketball loss to Lehigh

Loyola Maryland's Isaiah Hart scored a game-high 21 points in the Greyhounds' 89-72 loss to host Lehigh in the Patriot League. Andrew Kostecka and Chuck

Digest (Jan. 5): Jockey Rebecca LaBarre earns first win at Laurel Park

Empire Panther took the lead at the top of the stretch and held off a late challenge from Ash n' Em to give jockey Rebecca LaBarre her first professional

Digest (Jan. 4): Johns Hopkins schedules service for late football coach Jim Margraff

An on-campus memorial service to honor late Johns Hopkins football coach Jim Margraff has been scheduled for Jan. 26 at 5 p.m.. Margraff, the all-time

Digest (Jan. 3): Blast top Mississaugu, 6-5, in overtime

The Baltimore Blast earned their fourth win, 6-5, in overtime over the host Mississauga MetroStars in Ontario on Thursday night in Major Arena Soccer League

Digest (Jan. 2): Calvert Hall graduate Lawrence Cager leaving Miami football team

Miami redshirt junior wide receiver Lawrence Cager (Calvert Hall) is leaving the Hurricanes, according to a report by Brett McMurphy of the Stadium Network.

Digest (Dec. 29): Alwaysmining turns in hefty performance at Laurel Park

Runnymede Racing's Alwaysmining, three weeks removed from his first career stakes win, overcame an inside post and a game favorite to his inside to register a

Digest (Dec. 28): Altissimo taking high road to Laurel Park's Christmastide Day

Though he has made 32 starts over the past three racing seasons, with 13 visits to the winner's circle, Nancy Lavrich and Ronald Zielinski's Altissimo will be

Digest (Dec. 27): John Jones seeking to end skid at Laurel Park

Winless in seven starts this year, Matthew Schera's multiple stakes winner John Jones will look to end that drought in a familiar place as he goes after his

Digest (Dec. 22): St. Paul's grad Mike Ward scores 29 for Salisbury in men's basketball

The No. 22 Salisbury men's basketball team absorbed its first loss of the season, falling at Rowan on Saturday afternoon, 97-76. However, Mike Ward (St.

Digest (Dec. 21): Towson's Shane Simpson, Aidan O'Neill named football All-Americans

Two Towson players were named American Football Coaches Association FCS All-Americans. Shane Simpson has been selected on the All-America First Team as an

Digest (Dec. 20): Johns Hopkins leads Directors' Cup standings after strong fall

For the second consecutive year, Johns Hopkins sits atop the final Learfield Directors' Cup Division III standings at the end of the fall season. With seven

Digest (Dec. 19): Morgan State gets 19 football commitments; Towson gets 10

The Morgan State football program capped off its early period of National Signing Day on Wednesday, announcing the signatures of 19 future Bear football

Digest (Dec. 18): Joe Mallia returns to coach Loyola Maryland women's soccer

Joe Mallia, the winningest head coach in Loyola Maryland women's soccer history, is returning to lead the Greyhounds' program 14 years after last serving in

Digest (Dec. 16): Five Emilia’s Acrobatics & Gymnastics Club teams win at U.S. trials, secure national team slots

Five teams from Emilia’s Acrobatics & Gymnastics Club in Laurel took first place and secured United States national team slots at the U.S. Acrobatic Gymnastics national team trials Dec. 7 in Kearney, Mo.

Digest (Dec. 15): Stevenson's 7-game winnning streak snapped in men's basketball

In a battle of the two remaining unbeaten teams in Mid-Atlantic Athletic Commonwealth men's basketball, host Arcadia outlasted Stevenson for a 63-58 win.

Digest (Dec. 14): St. Frances to compete in ESPNU high school football bowl series

Top-ranked and undefeated St. Frances will cap its season by competing in GEICO's State Champions Bowl Series on Dec. 22 at 7:30 p.m. against host Lee County

Digest (Dec. 13): UMBC women's basketball coach Phil Stern placed on leave

Head women's basketball coach Phil Stern is on leave from UMBC, the school said in a statement Thursday. Assistant coach Carlee Dewey is serving as acting head

Digest (Dec. 12): Coppin State men's basketball team falls to 0-12

Kaleb Hunter and Eric Hamilton each scored 17 points and host UNC Greensboro rolled to a 77-54 victory over Coppin State on Wednesday night. The Spartans (9-2)

Digest (Dec. 8): Alwaysmining prevails in Juvenile Futurity at Laurel Park

Runnymede Racing's Alwaysmining went straight to the front under jockey Daniel Centeno and never looked to register his first stakes victory with another

Digest (Dec. 7): Five Baltimore area standouts named to U.S. U19 women's lacrosse roster

Five Baltimore-area players are among the 34-player roster selected by coach Kelly Amonte Hiller for the U.S. under-19 women's lacrosse team that will compete

Digest (Dec. 6): Stakes-winning clash set for Saturday's Laurel Park feature

Kathleen Willier's Scrap Copper, winner of the James F. Lewis III Stakes last month, and Tremont Stakes winner Our Braintrust, undefeated but unraced since

Digest (Dec. 5): Morgan State's Joshua Miles to play in East-West Shrine Game

Morgan State senior offensive lineman Joshua Miles (Western Tech) accepted an invitation to play in the 94th East-West Shrine Game. The game will be held Jan.

Digest (Dec. 4): Patterson Mill grad Linnea Gonzales leads Maryland field hockey All-Americans

Three members of the Big Ten champion Maryland field hockey team earned All-America honors Tuesday from the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. Senior

Digest (Dec. 2): Kostecka, Hart lead Loyola men past Mount St. Mary's 75-65,

Andrew Kostecka and Isaiah Hart combined to score 43 points for host Loyola Maryland, which won, 75-65, in its 174th meeting with Mount St. Mary’s on Saturday.

Digest (Nov. 29): Maryland's Linnea Gonzales earns regional field hockey award

Senior captain Linnea Gonzales (Patterson Mill) of the Big Ten champion Maryland field hockey team was named the Regional Player of the Year Thursday by the

Digest (Nov. 28): Charity toy drive planned by Maryland Jockey Club at Laurel Park

The Maryland Jockey Club will reward generous-minded fans as part of its 'Give a Gift, Get a Gift' program Saturday at Laurel Park. Everyone that drops off a

Digest (Nov. 27): Long Reach graduate Kiana Williams earns MEAC Rookie of the Week honors

Bethune-Cookman's Kiana Williams (Long Reach) was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week. Williams, a 5-foot-6 freshman guard from Columbia,

Digest (Nov. 24): Late Night Pow Wow wins Laurel Park feature

Late Night Pow Wow, owned by Breeze Easy LLC and racing for the first time outside her native West Virginia, swept to the lead on the far outside and outran

Digest (Nov. 22): Maryland women's basketball playing in Puerto Rico this weekend

The seventh-ranked Maryland women's basketball team is in Puerto Rico this weekend for two games in the Puerto Rico Clasico tournament. The Terrapins (4-0)

Digest (Nov. 21): Soccer Association of Columbia's Mohamed Ouchikh named US Coach of the Year

Mohamed Ouchikh was named the 2018 US Youth Soccer Boys Recreation Coach of the Year. The Laurel native is a head coach for recreational and recreational

Digest (Nov. 20): Morgan State begins search for new football coach

Morgan State athletic director Edward Scott announced that a national search for a permanent head football coach will begin immediately.

Digest (Nov. 19): Terps advance in NCAA men’s soccer tournament

Seniors Amar Sejdic and Sebastian Elney scored as the 11th-seeded Maryland men’s soccer team earned a 2-0 win over North Carolina State the NCAA tournament second round Sunday.

Digest (Nov. 17): Terps facing familiar foe in NCAA field hockey final

The second-seeded Maryland field hockey team (22-2) will take on top-seeded North Carolina (22-0) today at 1 p.m. in the NCAA Division I championship game at

Digest (Nov. 16): Donraadt's goal sends Terps to NCAA field hockey championship game

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After more than 77 minutes of scoreless play, Big Ten Freshman of the Year Bibi Donraadt split two defenders and scored to send No. 2

Digest (Nov. 15): Poor weather cancels Laurel Park card

An early arrival of winter forced the cancellation of Thursday's nine-race program at Laurel Park. Horses were at the gate for the first race when the decision

Digest (Nov. 14): Maryland Million Classic champion Saratoga Bob back to race at Laurel Park

Saratoga Bob, a half-length winner of the $150,000 Maryland Million Classic in his previous start, makes his return in a $45,000 second-level optional claimer

Digest (Nov. 12): Crofton's Carl Dakes finalist for NASCAR humanitarian award

Carl Dakes, a volunteer for the Believe In Tomorrow Children's Foundation based in Baltimore, was named as one of the four finalists for The NASCAR

Digest (Nov. 10): Majestic Dunhill roars to upset at Laurel Park

Majestic Dunhill, a sprint stakes winner on the grass this summer for R A Hill Stable, transferred his success to the main track with a last-to-first

Digest (Nov. 9): Terps advance in NCAA field hockey tournament

The second-ranked Maryland field hockey team (20-2) pushed past No. 17 Albany (16-5) on Friday in a 2-1 win in the NCAA tournament first round in College Park.

Digest (Nov. 8): CBS Sports to air tribute to John McNamara

CBS Sports Network will air a tribute to late Capital Gazette sports writer John McNamara during its coverage tonight of the Veterans Classic at the Naval

Digest (Nov. 7): Baltimore courses support veterans rehabilitation golf program

Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, also known as Baltimore's Classic Five, announced 10 percent of all greens and carts fees at Carroll Park, Clifton Park,

Digest (Nov. 6): Johns Hopkins' Grace Hillman named Centennial Conference field hockey defender of year

Johns Hopkins field hockey senior Grace Hillman has been named the Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Year for the second straight year. In

Digest (Nov. 3): Notre Dame Maryland wins league championship in volleyball

Notre Dame of Maryland swept Keystone in volleyball Saturday to win the first Colonial States Athletic Conference championship in any sport since joining the

Digest (Nov. 2): Maryland advances to final in Big Ten field hockey

The top-seeded Maryland field hockey team (18-2) cruised past fourth-seeded Ohio State, 9-1, on Friday in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals at Northwestern's

Digest (Nov. 1): Tickets on sale for 2019 Preakness at Pimlico

Tickets to the 144th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course are on sale. The Preakness Stakes (G1), the middle jewel of the Triple Crown, will be held May 18.

Digest (Oct. 31): Terps secure All-Big Ten honors in field hockey

Four members of the second-ranked Maryland field hockey team (17-2) racked up All-Big Ten honors. Senior Linnea Gonzales (Patterson Mill) was voted Big Ten

Digest (Oct. 30): Howard Community College soccer teams set for nationals

The Howard Community College men's and women's soccer teams are playing in the NJCAA Division III Soccer Championships. After district championship wins on

Digest (Oct. 20): Josh Fawole's goal in second overtime lift Loyola Maryland past Holy Cross in men's soccer

Junior Josh Fawole scored in the 107th minute to give the Loyola Maryland men's soccer team a 3-2 double-overtime win at Holy Cross Saturday afternoon.

Digest (Oct. 19): Saratoga Bob favored in Maryland Million Classic

After finding trouble early in each of his past three races, Saratoga Bob is favored to find himself back in the winner's circle for the biggest race of his

Digest (Oct. 18): Jim McKay Maryland Million celebrates state racing

Two weeks before the best horses and horsemen in the world gather for a lucrative weekend of championship racing, Laurel Park will once again play host to

Digest (Oct. 17): Maryland Million entrant hoping to flash classic form at Laurel Park

Country Life Farm's 5-year-old Flash McCaul will look to recapture his solid early form as he takes aim at the $150,000 Maryland Million Classic for a third

Digest (Oct. 16): Laurel Park hosting post-position draw for Saturday's Maryland Million

Post positions will be drawn and odds will be assigned today for the $150,000 Maryland Million Classic, to be held Saturday at Laurel Park. The draw will take

Digest (Oct. 13): Matt Mackenzie leads Salisbury's upset of Mary Washington in soccer

The Salisbury men's soccer team picked up a 2-1 victory over No. 8 Mary Washington on Saturday afternoon. Matt Mackenzie (Arundel) notched the game winner with

Digest (Oct. 12): Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation to host Halloween scramble at Pine Ridge

Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, also known as Baltimore's Classic Five, will host the Halloween Glow Ball Scramble on Oct. 27 at Pine Ridge Golf Course.

Digest (Oct. 11): Six defending champs entered for Maryland Million Day at Laurel Park

Three Diamonds Farm's Bonus Points, whose last stakes victory came in the 2017 Classic, is one of six defending champions and 13 past winners among 224 horses

Digest (Oct. 10): Nationals start rebuilding bullpen with trade for Kyle Barraclough

Right-handed reliever Kyle Barraclough was acquired by Washington from Miami on Wednesday in the Nationals' first offseason move to rebuild their bullpen.

Digest (Oct. 9): Coppin State plans 'Midnight Mayhem' basketball introductions

Coppin State will introduce the women and men's basketball teams as well as the other varsity rosters to the campus community Thursday from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at

Digest (Oct. 6): Miz Creed impressive in debut at Laurel Park

Miz Creed broke on top and never looked back on the way to an easy 3½-length front-running debut victory Saturday at Laurel Park. Under a hand ride from jockey

Digest (Oct. 5): Toe Curlin' Kiss wins for new trainer at Laurel Park

Barbara Houck's Toe Curlin' Kiss, making his fourth career start and first as a gelding, proved best in a field of six that included pair of high-priced rivals

Digest (Oct. 4): Jockeys escape injury after tangling at Laurel Park

Jockeys Trevor McCarthy and Jevian Toledo, who have combined to win the past four overall riding championships in Maryland, got tangled in the stretch during

Digest (Oct. 3): Laurel Park expands schedule to 4-day racing week

Live racing at Laurel Park expands to four days a week starting with a nine-race program today. Post time is 1:10 p.m. Racing will be conducted Thursdays

Digest (Oct. 2): Legacy Chase raises $200,000 for cancer institute at GBMC

More than 8,000 people attended GBMC Foundation's Legacy Chase on Saturday at Shawan Downs in Cockeysville. In its 18th year, the event raised more than

Digest (Sept. 29): Upset just what doctor ordered in Turf Cup at Laurel Park

Larry Pratt and Dave Alden's Doctor Mounty, a 25-1 longshot, gamely held off the defending champion and 1-2 favorite Projected to win Saturday's $200,000

Digest (Sept. 28): River Gal tops boys in Laurel Park race

Morgans Ford Farm's River Gal, a half-sister to multiple stakes winner River Deep, continued the family tradition by surging past pacesetter Ready to Run in

Digest (Sept. 27): Stronach 5 to debut with Laurel Park

Laurel Park's ninth race today will serve as the launching pad of the inaugural Stronach 5, a national wager featuring five races at four tracks across the

Digest (Sept. 26): Projected highlights field for BWI Turf Cup at Laurel Park

Twelve months after becoming a graded-stakes winner in last year's renewal, Juddmonte Farms' homebred Projected takes aim at a repeat performance in Saturday's

Digest (Sept. 25): Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame to host inductions

The Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame will hold its induction and service medal ceremony Nov. 10 at noon at the Mount Washington Conference Center in Baltimore.

Digest (Sept. 22): Trainer King Leatherbury earns 6,500th career win at Laurel Park

Happy Lantern lit up the toteboard at odds of 16-1 to give Hall of Fame trainer King Leatherbury his 6,500th career victory Saturday to kick off Fall Festival

Digest (Sept. 21): Terps win 10th straight in field hockey

Defense led the way as the third-ranked Maryland field hockey team (10-0, 2-0 Big Ten) blanked No. 23 Ohio State, 1-0, Friday afternoon at Maryland's Field

Digest (Sept. 20): Elsa favored filly for Laurel Park's Selima Stakes

A dominant winner over the course in her debut two months ago, Godolphin homebred Elsa returns as the horse to beat as she seeks her first career stakes

Digest (Sept. 19): De Francis Dash highlights stakes card at Laurel Park

Switzerland and Always Sunshine, whose lone graded-stakes success each came in the same Maryland race two years apart, and a trio of multiple stakes winners

Digest (Sept. 18): Tatyana McFadden headlining elite field in Chicago Marathon

Clarksville resident Tatyana McFadden (Atholton), a 15-time world champion and four-time Paralympic gold medalist, will defend her course record at the 41st

Digest (Sept. 15): Keep Your Distance rebounds at Laurel Park

Keep Your Distance, off the board in her third career stakes try in her last race, rebounded with a gate-to-wire victory in Saturday's featured eighth race at

Digest (Sept. 14): Bayhawks' Colin Heacock gets 3-year contract extension

The Chesapeake Bayhawks have signed midfielder-attackman Colin Heacock (Boys' Latin, Maryland) to a three-year deal through the 2021 Major League Lacrosse

Digest (Sept. 13): Three allowance races highlight Laurel Park card

Three $42,000 allowance races and a pair of $40,000 maiden special weight events highlight a 10-race program that marks the return of live racing to Laurel

Digest (Sept. 12): Loyola Blakefield graduate Garvin added to 49ers roster

Loyola Blakefield graduate Terence Garvin was signed by the San Francisco 49ers to bolster their linebacking corps. The five-year NFL veteran made three starts

Digest (Sept. 11): Notre Dame Prep climbs into top 10of national field hockey rankings

After three straight shutout wins to open the season, top-ranked Notre Dame Prep has moved into the top 10 of the national field hockey rankings. The Blazers

Sports Digest (Sept. 10): Laurel Park reschedules weekend stakes

With poor weather conditions forecast this weekend because of Hurricane Florence, the Maryland Jockey Club announced that its Sept. 15 stakes program has been rescheduled to Saturday, Sept. 22.

Digest (Sept. 8): UCLA tops Maryland in men's soccer, 1-0

The Maryland men's soccer team fell to UCLA, 1-0, Saturday at Ludwig Field. It was fourth-consecutive match for the Terps (0-2-2) against an opponent receiving

Digest (Sept.. 7): Barrier-breaking Navy grad Dr. Calvin Huey dies at age 75

Dr. Calvin Huey, who was the first African-American football player at the Naval Academy, died last Saturday at 75. Huey was a 1967 graduate of the Naval

Digest (Sept. 6): Capital One Arena in D.C. to host 2021 ACC men's basketball tournament

The 2021 Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball tournament will be held at Capital One Arena in Washington, ACC Commissioner John Swofford announced

Digest (Sept. 5): Laurel Park opening fall schedule Friday

Laurel Park's 61-day fall meet, which begins Friday, is highlighted by three Saturdays, serving up 18 stakes, two graded, worth $1.8 million in purses, three

Digest (Sept. 4): Wizards' G League team to host open tryouts

The Capital City Go-Go, the Washington Wizards' NBA G League affiliate, will hold an open tryout for local players at the Saint Elizabeths East Sports &

Digest (Sept. 3): Maryland's Antoine Brooks Jr. and Jeshaun Jones earn Big Ten honors

Junior defensive back Antoine Brooks Jr. and freshman wide receiver Jeshaun Jones were recognized by the Big Ten Conference for their play in Maryland's 34-29

Digest (Sept. 1): Delle Donne's status uncertain for Mystics

On the brink of playoff elimination, the Washington Mystics went through another practice without all-star forward Elena Delle Donne, who spent Saturday

Digest (Aug. 31): Towson-Morgan State football game featured on MeTV

WBAL-TV is partnering with Morgan State to televise the school's regular-season home football games on MeTV Baltimore, the company's digital channel. All five

Digest (Aug. 30): Mystics' Delle Donne doubtful for Friday's playoff game

As the Washington Mystics wrapped up practice Thursday morning at Smith Center by casually shooting 3-pointers, Elena Delle Donne was not with her teammates.

Digest (Aug. 29): Terps' Big Ten football schedules announced for 2022-2025

The Big Ten announced its football schedules for the 2022-2025 seasons Wednesday afternoon. As part of the Big Ten's schedule rotation, Maryland will host five

Digest (Aug. 28): Loyola Blakefield opens with 6-0 soccer victory

Loyola Blakefield's soccer team opened its season with a 6-0 win over Shipley School (Pa.) at Goucher College on Tuesday. Chase Llewellyn scored twice and

Sports Digest (Aug. 26): Navy, Maryland women's soccer finish in 0-0 draw

The Navy and Maryland women's soccer teams played to a 0-0 draw Sunday night in Annapolis. Though both sides produced quality chances, neither could find the

Digest (Aug. 25): Rags-to-riches career ends for Pimlico-based Page McKenney

Page McKenney, an 8-year-old claimer who developed into a stakes-winning millionaire, is retiring from racing because of a tendon injury in his left front leg.

Digest (Aug. 24): Loyola Maryland volleyball opens season with victory

Ann Ernst had 16 kills and three other Greyounds had 10 or more as Loyola Maryland upended visiting Siena, 25-16, 27-29, 25-15, 25-16, in the opening

Digest (Aug. 23): Arena Football League moving headquarters to Philadelphia next month

The Arena Football League will be relocating its business headquarters to Philadelphia next month. The League offices had previously been located in Las Vegas.

Digest (Aug. 22): Former Navy football player Jesse Iwuji scheduledto race in NASCAR Truck Series

Former Naval Academy athlete Lt. Jesse Iwuji is scheduled to make his debut in a NASCAR national series start during this weekend's Camping World Truck Series

Digest (Aug. 21): Washington Spirit fire Gabarra as coach, GM

The Washington Spirit, which has not won in three months and scored once in the past 11 matches, fired Jim Gabarra as its coach and general manager Tuesday.

Sports Digest (Aug. 20): Brigance Brigade's Soirée with O.J. set for Oct. 5

The Brigance Brigade Foundation will celebrate former Raven O.J. Brigance's 49th birthday and honor all those battling ALS at the fourth annual Soirée with O.J. on Oct. 5 at the Valley Mansion by Martin's in Cockeysville.

Digest (Aug. 18): Bayhawks' Niko Amato ties for MLL Goalie of Year; Denver Outlaws win title

The Chesapeake Bayhawks' Niko Amato and the Dallas Rattlers' John Galloway shared the Major League Lacrosse Goalie of the Year award. The awards were presented

Digest (Aug. 17): Bye Bye Bertie soars to win at Laurel Park in second start

Bye Bye Bertie, owned by Jerry Romans, Charlie Spiring and Zoom & Fish Stable, continued trainer Hamilton Smith's strong summer meet by soaring to a 5½-length

Digest (Aug. 16): Apprentice Urizar Velazquez rides to first win at Laurel Park

Brian McFarlane's 3-year-old gelding Free to Trump was a gate-to-wire winner of Thursday's fourth race to give apprentice jockey Urizar Velazquez his first

Digest (Aug. 15): Wayne Rooney scores twice as D.C. United top Portland Timbers

Wayne Rooney scored two goals and D.C. United beat the Portland Timbers, 4-1, on Wednesday night to move out of last place in the Eastern Conference. D.C.

Digest (Aug. 14): Loyola Maryland dominates preseason Patriot League men's soccer selections

For a second-straight season, the Loyola Maryland men's soccer team has been selected the preseason favorites in the Patriot League. Junior Barry Sharifi was

Sports Digest (Aug. 13): Locals Meyers, Long, Coan win medals at Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships

Team USA won 65 medals, including 33 gold, 19 silver and 13 bronze, at the Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships, held this past weekend in Cairns, Australia.

Sports Digest (Aug. 12): Berlin's Little League World Series run ends with loss to N.Y. in regional final

Gregory Bruno pitched a perfect game and Steven Martinez hit a two-run double as New York topped Maryland, 4-0, in the Mid-Atlantic Regional final of the Little League World Series in Bristol, Conn.

Digest (Aug. 11): Glory Stars streaks to Laurel Park victory

Glory Stars, owned by James A. Shannon Jr., came with a steady drive along the rail to catch front-running Tour de Force approaching the wire and forge a neck

Digest (Aug. 10): Lewisfield trying to regain winning form at Laurel Park

After the only off-the-board finish of his career in his debut outside the Mid-Atlantic, Linda Zang's stakes winner Lewisfield finds himself back in familiar

Digest (Aug. 9): Bel Air's Kalisz captures 400 IM at Pan Pacific Championships

Chase Kalisz of Bel Air won the men's 400-meter individual medley Thursday in 4 minutes, 7.95 seconds at the Pan Pacific Championships in Tokyo. The race was

Digest (Aug. 8): Just Howard returns for Laurel Park feature race

Skeedattle Associates' Grade 3 winner Just Howard, Maryland's Horse of the Year in 2017, will get a bit of class relief when he makes his return to Laurel

Digest (Aug. 7): Morgan State star Marvin Webster selected for induction to Small College Basketball Hall of Fame

Morgan State men's basketball great Marvin Webster will be inducted in the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame. This year's class – the third in Small

Sports Digest (Aug. 3): With Aces no-shows, Mystics game canceled

Friday night's game between the Las Vegas Aces and the Washington Mystics at Capital One Arena was canceled, the WNBA announced.

Sports Digest (Aug. 2): Gilman offensive lineman Zachary Franks commits to Penn State

Three-star offensive lineman Zachary Franks of Gilman committed to Penn State, he announced Thursday on Twitter.

Sports Digest (Aug. 1): Ex-Terp Merriman to fight in bare-knuckle boxing match in Wyoming

Former Maryland and NFL linebacker Shawne Merriman will take part in a pay-per-view bare-knuckle boxing match in Casper, Wyo., this fall.

Sports Digest (July 31): D.C. United's Rooney available to play despite broken nose

D.C. United's Wayne Rooney returned to work Tuesday looking as if he had stepped into a boxing ring over the weekend.

Sports Digest (July 30): Two Maryland youth soccer teams win national titles

Two Maryland youth soccer teams earned US Youth Soccer National Championship titles this past weekend in Frisco, Texas.

Sports Digest (July 29): Jockey Toledo has three-win day at Laurel Park

Jockey Jevian Toledo completed a three-win day at Laurel Park on Sunday.

Sports Digest (July 28): Toliver has game-high 23 points in 119-112 loss in WNBA All-Star Game

Team Delle Donne 's Kristi Toliver of the Washington Mystics led all scorers with 23 points in a 119-112 loss to Team Parker in the WNBA All-Star Game on Saturday in Minneapolis.

Digest (July 26): Triumphant return for Crabcakes at Laurel Park

Morgans Ford Farm's Crabcakes made a triumphant return to the races Thursday, outrunning fellow multiple stakes winning-filly Shimmering Aspen for a

Digest (July 25): Navy Football Fan Fest scheduled for Aug. 4

Fans are invited to the Navy Football Fan Fest on Aug. 4 from 10 a.m.-noon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Navy players will sign autographs on the blue

Digest (July 24): Fillies to square off as Laurel schedule expands to Thursdays

The first four-day race week of Laurel Park's summer meet opens with a bang as multiple stakes-winning fillies Shimmering Aspen and Crabcakes are set to face

Digest (July 21): Delle Donne scores 30 as Mystics rout Liberty; Brigade to host ArenaBowl

Elena Delle Donne had 30 points and 10 rebounds to help the Washington Mystics beat the New York Liberty 95-78 on Saturday in a WNBA game. The All-Star captain

Digest (July 20): Terps nominated for preseason football watch lists

Maryland senior running back Ty Johnson is a preseason candidate for the Doak Walker Award. Johnson, also named to the Maxwell Award watch list earlier in the

Digest (July 19): U.S. defeats Australia, advances to world lacrosse final

The United States advanced to the championship game of the Federation of International Lacrosse Men's World Championship by beating Australia, 14-5, in the

Digest (July 17): Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation set to build 10 youth parks

The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation announced plans to design and construct 10 Youth Development Parks in five years in major league markets, including one in

Digest (July 16): U.S. men clinch division at world lacrosse games

Ryan Brown scored six goals as the United States clinched the top seed in the Blue Division with an 18-2 victory over Scotland in the Federation of International Lacrosse men's world championship in Netanya, Israel.

Digest (July 15): Brigade beat Soul, 57-45, inch closer to ArenaBowl

The Brigade beat the host Philadelphia Soul, 57-45, on Sunday night in the first meeting of a two-game Arena Football League semifinal series, moving Baltimore closer to its first ArenaBowl appearance.

Digest (July 14): United States eases past Australia at world lacrosse games

Two days after needing a second-half comeback to beat the Iroquois Nationals, the United States rolled to a 19-1 victory over Australia on Saturday in the

Digest (July 13): Wayne Rooney making D.C. United debut at new stadium

As D.C. United ushers in a new era today by swinging open the doors on its new $400 million stadium, Audi Field, Wayne Rooney is the key cornerstone. As much

Digest (July 12): United States roars past Iroquois in first game at FIL World Championship

Team USA turned in a big second half to secure a 17-9 triumph over the Iroquois Nationals on the opening day of the Federation of International Lacrosse World

Digest (July 11): Women's Professional Lacrosse League title game set for US Lacrosse facility on Saturday

US Lacrosse will host the Women's Professional Lacrosse League championship game Saturday at 5 p.m. at Tierney Field on the national governing body's campus.

Digest (July 10): Wizards make it official, sign forward Jeff Green

The Washington Wizards announced the signing of free agent forward Jeff Green on Tuesday. Green (6-feet-9, 235 pounds) has averaged 13.2 points and 4.6

Digest (July 9): Bel Air's Fry among four-way tie atop leaderboard at Maryland State Open

Matt Fry of Bel Air shot a 1-under-par 69 to claim a share of a four-way tie atop the leaderboard in the first round of the 97th Maryland State Open at Fountain Head Country Club in Hagerstown.

Digest (July 8): 23-year-old jockey Jevian Toledo excelling at Laurel Park

Fresh off the second graded-stakes win of his young career, jockey Jevian Toledo picked up right where he left off upon his return to Laurel Park for Sunday's

Digest (July 7): Capitals' Alex Ovechkin shows off Stanley Cup at World Cup

Alex Ovechkin has brought the Stanley Cup to the World Cup. The Washington Capitals captain took the NHL trophy to a fan zone in Moscow where World Cup games

Digest (July 6): Wizards expected to sign Dwight Howard

The Washington Wizards and Dwight Howard have both seen better days. Two springs ago, the Wizards fell one game shy of playing in the Eastern Conference finals

Digest (July 5): Stronach Group plans to display weights of horses for handicapping

The Stronach Group announced that after monitoring, compiling and televising the weights of horses the past several months at its facilities in California,

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