Former Maryland women¿s basketball player Jasmina Perazic was inducted into the Women¿s Basketball Hall of Fame Satuday. She became Maryland¿s fourth inductee, behind longtime coach Chris Weller (2010) and players Tara Heiss (2003) and Vicky Bullett (2011).
The Maryland baseball team's improbable NCAA tournament run ended in disappointment Monday when Virginia jumped to an early lead and never let up in an 11-2 drubbing in the deciding third game of the NCAA super regional.
Maryland baseball coach John Szefc has insisted ahead of the team's first NCAA Super Regional appearance Saturday in Virginia that his squad is comfortable and loose, despite having entered the year with no postseason experience.
Former Georgia Tech forward Robert Carter Jr. has signed with Maryland, the team announced Friday. The 6-foot-8, 247-pound Carter averaged 10.6 points and 7.4 rebounds in two seasons with the Yellow Jackets.
Maryland pitcher Jake Stinnett became the highest-drafted Terps player since 2007 when the Chicago Cubs selected him with the 45th overall pick in the second round in baseball's first-year player draft Thursday.
As the Terps enjoy the best season in school history, Wade has plenty of candidates to replace that highlight. Maryland finished second in the first Atlantic Coast Conference tournament it has qualified for in nine years. Then last weekend, the Terps swept the first round of the NCAA tournament in Columbia, S.C.
The Maryland baseball team makes its first appearance in the NCAA super regionals this weekend with a three-game series against Virginia. To find out a little bit about the Terps' opponent, we traded emails with Andrew Ramspacher, who covers the Cavaliers for The Daily Progress in Charlottesville.
Maryland has pulled out of the Jimmy V Classic against Villanova on Dec. 8 because of "scheduling issues," according to a news release from ESPN. The Terps, who were replaced by Illinois, will take part in the event in 2016.
Maryland baseball coach John Szefc paused and looked forward, trying to articulate just how special it was to be part of the Terps' first NCAA tournament team in 43 years. Szefc was just 4 years old when Maryland lost its first two games in Gastonia, N.C., in the 1971 national tourney
Despite a nervous fourth quarter, Duke won its second consecutive NCAA men's lacrosse national championship with a 11-9 victory over Notre Dame before an announced 25,587 at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday.
Notre Dame is a battle-tested team, and most importantly, the Fighting Irish has averaged 12 goals per game in its recent six-game winning streak. But Duke won the national title over the Fighting Irish in 2010, and the defending champions have won 12 of their last 13 games.
In its run to the NCAA tournament final this season, the Notre Dame men's lacrosse team has beaten every Atlantic Coast Conference team except one. And the sixth-seeded Fighting Irish (12-5) will get a shot at redemption when it faces top-seeded Duke (16-3) on Monday at 1 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.
At 5 feet 8, 170 pounds, Notre Dame's Matt Kavanagh was one of the smallest players on the field Saturday in his team's semifinal matchup with No. 7 seed Maryland, which has the nation's top-ranked scoring defense. But the sophomore attackman's stats from the game showed just how big he can be.
The only starting senior on Maryland's No. 1 women's lacrosse team heading into Sunday night's NCAA Division I championship against No. 2 Syracuse, Beth Glaros followed her parents, who met at Maryland, to College Park and also has two brothers and several members of her extended family who went there.
No. 5 Northwestern managed to slow the Terps offense in the first half, but Maryland used a 7-1 run late in the first half to power a 9-6 victory before an announced crowd of 8,256 at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium.
Come Monday, Duke's Casey Carroll hopes to play the game he loves while saluting the sacrifices he and others have made for their country. When better than Memorial Day for a former Army Ranger to end his college lacrosse career in the NCAA championship game?
Loyola Maryland senior defenseman Joe Fletcher became the first player in program history to win one of the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's major awards Friday, earning the William C. Schmeisser Award as the nation's best defensive player.