The Coppin State baseball team earned a 5-0 win over host Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference rival Norfolk State on Sunday, giving the Eagles 21 victories to match a single-season school record that they set in 2005 and 2018.
After trailing 5-1 in the first quarter en route to a 14-10 loss to Massachusetts on April 13, the No. 14 Tigers found themselves in a 5-2 hole against the Blue Hens, but scored 11 times in the second and third quarters to escape with the win.
The Tigers managed just one goal per quarter through the first three before erupting for seven in the fourth that proved to be too little, too late in a key Colonial Athletic Association loss to the Minutemen on Saturday.
A talk earlier in the season with Maryland coach Mark Turgeon returned sophomore guard Darryl Morsell to the starting lineup. But one more recently was the impetus for the former Mount Saint Joseph standout to be a key figure in the Terps beating Belmont to reach the NCAA tournament Round of 32.
The Towson women’s basketball team is headed to the first NCAA tournament in program history. The fourth-seeded Tigers completed their improbable run to the Colonial Athletic Association championship by upsetting second-seeded Drexel, 53-49, on Saturday.
As a freshman, Jasmine Dickey leads the Blue Hens in rebounding, ranks third in blocks and fourth in scoring average, and hopes to aid the team in its quest for a Colonial Athletic Association tournament crown.
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.
Justin Shockey has bounced back Maryland men’s lacrosse, Duke’s John Danowski said he can’t compare Justin Guterding to others, Andy Shay said Yale is the underdog, Salisbury is hoping to lean on its experience, and Wesleyan may feel right at home at Gillette Stadium thanks to a famous alum.
Significant wins over the weekend contributed to Notre Dame and Ohio State making the largest jumps in the newest Maverik men’s lacrosse media poll released Monday morning. Also, here is what awaits Maryland, Johns Hopkins and Towson men’s lacrosse for the upcoming week.
The second midfield is beginning to produce for the No. 8 Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse team, No. 7 Johns Hopkins’ Shack Stanwick is “day by day,” and Goucher has a chance to lock up a spot in the Landmark Conference tournament.