The 2014 induction class for the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame has been approved by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors. This year's eight-person class will be officially inducted in a ceremony on Saturday, October 25, at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley.
Maryland ace Jake Stinnett made a $70,000 gamble with his baseball career last summer, when he turned down the Pittsburgh Pirates' bid to sign him as a 29th-round draft pick and returned for his senior season.
I am predicting that when we evaluate the Baltimore Ravens' 2014 draft after this season, the name with the most upside will be none other than former River Hill star Mike Campanaro. If used properly, Campanaro could become a big time receiver like Wes Welker and Julian Edelman. He has the moves and he hangs onto the ball. He has always been considered to be too small, but at Wake Forest, he set the school's all-time receiving record with 229 catches and would have added to that number if not
Three Maryland baseball players were named to the 2014 All-ACC team, with senior pitcher Jake Stinnett and junior center fielder Charlie White earning second-team honors while redshirt freshman second baseman Brandon Lowe was named to the third team.
Johns Hopkins and Duke had a week to prepare for Sunday's NCAA quarterfinal matchup at Delaware Stadium. But for Duke midfielder Myles Jones and Hopkins defensemen Michael Pellegrino, whether they knew it or not, their preparation began seven years ago as freshman high schoolers playing on Long Island.
Even though Maryland went into halftime of Saturday's NCAA Division I women's lacrosse tournament quarterfinal against Duke with a six-goal lead, the No. 1 Terps wanted to make a statement coming out of the break.
The Ravens gave undrafted Virginia Tech defensive tackle Derrick Hopkins a $10,000 signing bonus for the highest bonus the AFC North franchise negotiated this year for their class of undrafted free agent rookies.
Former Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller grew up chasing his two older brothers around the football field and track, engaging in a constant competition for bragging rights at Woodlawn High near the family home.
The Atlantic Coast Conference, led by overall No. 1 seed Maryland, dominated the top spots in the NCAA Division I women's championship bracket announced Sunday night, with six teams among the eight seeded spots in the 26-team field.
Home is where the Maryland men's lacrosse team wants to be for the first round of the NCAA tournament, and the No. 7 Terps might have ensured that scenario with a 12-6 victory over visiting Navy on Saturday.
ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas said Friday that the exodus of players at Maryland is probably more a reflection on the current landscape of college basketball than it is on the type of program third-year Terps coach Mark Turgeon is running.
Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with a college lacrosse player to get you better acquainted with his or her team. Today's guest is Syracuse defender Natalie Glanell, a South River graduate aiming to help the No. 2 Orange win its first national championship in her senior year.
The Loyola Maryland women are already in the NCAA tournament, earning an automatic berth with its Patriot League championship Sunday, but the Greyhounds could make a big impression on the selection committee with a win over the No. 2 Orange in Saturday's regular-season finale.