'This is still your path': Orioles’ John Means skyrockets from edge of retirement to All-Star
John Means so strongly considered quitting baseball last year that he made a LinkedIn profile. Even he can't believe he's now the Orioles' All-Star.
Coppin State's Joseph Amoah emerges as world-class sprinter, eyes representing Ghana at 2020 Olympics
Unable to make the high school soccer team in his native Ghana, Coppin State's Joseph Amoah turned to track where he became a first-team All-American.
Former Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse star Chase Scanlan transferring to Syracuse
Former Loyola Maryland midfielder Chase Scanlan announced that he has agreed to transfer to the Syracuse men’s lacrosse program.
Kaley Thompson leaves Elon for 'Big Blue' of Michigan
2018 Patterson Mill graduate Kaley Thompson had a standout rookie season for the Elon University women’s lacrosse team this Spring.
Rays rally against Orioles bullpen for 6-3 win to spoil Tom Eshelman's strong debut
Tom Eshelman’s major league debut was good enough to win, but the Orioles bullpen allowed four runs in a 6-3 loss to the Rays.
Roland Park basketball star Mir McLean commits to national power Connecticut
Roland Park basketball star Mir McLean, a five-star prospect, is heading to perennial national power Connecticut.
10-race card featured at Laurel Friday; Loyola's Kristen Yanchoris nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year
ive racing returns to Laurel Park with a 10-race program Friday, featuring a carryover jackpot of $19,400.22 in the 20-cent Rainbow 6.
Hoping for clarity, NCAA adjusts transfer waiver guidelines
The NCAA has adjusted the guidelines used to determine transfer waiver cases, attempting to clarify requirements in response to complaints of ambiguity.
Could a professional outdoor soccer team come to Baltimore? Many hope the city could support one.
While the Major League Soccer’s interest in Baltimore is unclear, the United Soccer League has expressed a desire to position a franchise for Charm City.
UConn football heads toward independence; 11 enough for AAC
UConn football seems to be on the road to independence and the American Athletic Conference doesn't appear to be feeling any pressure to replace the Huskies.
The following local students received degrees from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, during the schools May 10-11 commencement ceremonies: Matthew
Blubaugh: Fill out your brackets before the Democratic debates
On the other side, we have the candidates for the Democratic nomination. Lots and lots of and lots of candidates.
UConn in talks to move back to Big East
A University of Connecticut official says the school is working to leave the American Athletic Conference and return to the Big East.
Analysis: Atlanta could be good landing spot for Maryland's Fernando after slip to second round
For a number of reasons, sliding down to the No. 34 spot for Maryland's Bruno Fernando could be a positive way to start his NBA career.
Former Johns Hopkins star Paul Rabil brings new Premier Lacrosse League to Baltimore this weekend
Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse star Paul Rabil brings his new lacrosse league, the PLL, to Baltimore.
Towson assistant Anthony Gilardi hired as men's lacrosse coach at Stony Brook
Anthony Gilardi, the offensive coordinator for the Towson men’s lacrosse program, was hired Thursday by Stony Brook for its vacant head coaching position.
College Sports: Sam Rothstein, Century High School grad, balancing three sports with success at Muhlenberg
Muhlenberg College's Sam Rothstein, a Century High School graduate, saw success in three different sports this past school year.
Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse All-American Chase Scanlan to enter transfer portal
Less than a month after Loyola lost Tewaaraton-winning attackman Pat Spencer, All-American midfielder Chase Scanlan entered the NCAA transfer portal.
Former Maryland star Bruno Fernando's patient journey to NBA draft worth the wait
An extra year in prep school and returning for his sophomore year at Maryland helped Bruno Fernando become a likely first-round NBA draft pick in 2019.
'You need someone to spark a fire in you': Orioles prospect David Lebron overcomes hurdles on path back to baseball
David Lebron didn't start his career until he was 24, but he's among nine Orioles prospects representing the host team in the Carolina League All-Star Classic.
Morgan State's 2019 football schedule includes five home games
Morgan State's 2019 football schedule features five home games in W.A.C. Hughes Memorial Stadium, including a home opener matchup against Delaware State.
Maryland men's and women's basketball programs hit for NCAA rules violations
The Maryland men's and women's basketball programs committed minor rules violations, the NCAA announced Tuesday.
Three Baltimore-area players named to United States U-19 women's lacrosse team
Elizabeth Hillman (Bel Air), Maddie Jenner (McDonogh) and Emma Schettig (McDonogh) are among the 18 players who will represent the U.S. this summer.
Two-way star Dunn takes home Howard County baseball Player of the Year
Mt. Hebron junior Magnus Dunn is the 2019 Howard County baseball Player of the Year.
Oregon State's Adley Rutschman, Orioles' top draft pick, wins Golden Spikes Award
Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman has won the Golden Spikes Award as the nation's outstanding college baseball player.
Maryland goalie Megan Taylor named Division I women’s lacrosse Player of the Year
Maryland’s Megan Taylor was recognized Thursday by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association as Division I’s Player of the Year.
Schmuck: One year after death of Jordan McNair, Maryland football program must focus on more than winning
In the year since the death of Maryland football player Jordan McNair, the university has engaged in a long process of self-examination.
Seven Maryland women’s lacrosse players, several with local ties headline list of All-Americans
Three Maryland seniors were among the 16 players named first-team All Americans by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Wednesday evening.
Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon says new assistant DeAndre Haynes is 'right fit' for Terps
Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon has hired former Michigan assistant DeAndre Haynes to replace Kevin Broadus.
'It’s always been the goal': Franklin alum Olivia Gruver has eyes on Olympics after standout pole vaulting career
The Reisterstown resident is looking forward to a six-week break before the USA championships after dealing with a hamstring strain for the last month.
Coppin State's Joseph Amoah, other local athletes earn All-America honors at NCAA track and field meet
Several local college athletes performed well at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships.
Sources: Maryland men's basketball will hire former Michigan assistant DeAndre Haynes
Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon plans to hire former Michigan assistant DeAndre Haynes as an assistant to replace Kevin Broadus, sources said.
Baltimore-area sports news: Laurel Park hosting early post time on Saturday for Belmont
Laurel Park will open its doors at 11 a.m. on Saturday so that fans can bet the Belmont Stakes card.
Maryland men's basketball to host Notre Dame in 2019 Big Ten/ACC Challenge
The Maryland men's basketball team will host Notre Dame in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Dec. 4 in College Park.
Bel Air's Shannon Williams leaving Oregon with honors, awards, records
It was just over four years ago that 2015 Bel Air High School graduate, Shannon Williams, ventured West, to attend and play women’s lacrosse for the Universit
Locksley: Adam McLean no longer part of Maryland football program
Senior defensive tackle Adam McLean, the most experienced player on Maryland's defensive line, is no long part of the team, coach Mike Locksley said Tuesday.
Baltimore-area sports news: Maryland lacrosse goalie Megan Taylor a finalist for Honda Award
Maryland goalkeeper Megan Taylor (Glenelg) was named as one of four finalists for the Honda Sport Award on Tuesday.
Harford Community College athletes garner postseason accolades
Following up on some of the best seasons ever, Harford Community College and its student athletes garnered national and regional honors.
Mount Saint Joseph's Dont'e Thornton Jr. staying focused as football recruitment ramps up
Dont'e Thorton Jr, a rising junior wide receiver for Mount Saint Joseph, has verbally committed to Penn State but is still keeping his recruitment open.
Baltimore-area sports news: Johns Hopkins stays alive in DIII College World Series
Baltimore-area sports digest from June 2
Editorial: Thumbs up for Memorial Day honors, graduates, lacrosse excellence, local woman in global competition
From a three-sport athlete and salutatorian to first-generation college students, it’s clear this is a group of exceptional young individuals.
College Notebook: Liberty grad Grace Griffin led Carroll group that helped Maryland win another national championship
College Notebook for May 31, 2019.
In a state sweep, Loyola Maryland’s Spencer, Maryland’s Taylor claim Tewaaraton Awards
The Greyhounds senior attackman and the Terps senior goalkeeper were honored Thursday night at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.
Thirty years after being Orioles' only previous first overall pick, Ben McDonald has advice for who’s next
LSU right-hander Ben McDonald is the only player the Orioles have selected with the first overall pick of the MLB draft. That will change Monday night.
Going deep: Johns Hopkins baseball reaches first Division III College World Series since 2010
The No. 22 Blue Jays (35-11) have relied on last year’s disappointment to fuel their run to Friday’s game against No. 7 Babson (38-8) in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Digest (May 29): Baltimore's Dorian Bostic wins first professional bout
Baltimore boxer Dorian Bostic prevails in first professional bout.
Women's lacrosse final a tribute to Title IX
The NCAA Division 1 women’s lacrosse tournament final was an exquisite display of athleticism, with no asterisk required for gender.
Virginia beats Yale, 13-9, to claim first NCAA men's lacrosse championship since 2011
Matt Moore scored four goals to lead Virginia to a 13-9 victory over Yale in the NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse national championship game.
NCAA men's lacrosse championship: Matchups, key players and how to watch Yale vs. Virginia
Here's everything you need to know before the NCAA Division I men's lacrosse championship game Monday between Yale and Virginia.
Surging Ohio State beats Nebraska for Big Ten baseball championship
The durable left arms of Griffan Smith and Andrew Magno carried Ohio State to an improbable Big Ten baseball tournament title.