Hannah Fenske scored the go-ahead basket on a jumper with 29 seconds left and added two free throws in the final second to lift visiting Navy (8-5, 1-1 Patriot League) to a 62-59 victory over Boston University (4-9, 2-0).
Col. Tom Rickard, an infantry officer who has made three deployments to Afghanistan and earned three Bronze Stars, will assume command of Fort Meade this week, officials said Tuesday. He will replace Col. Bryan P. Foley, who has served as installation commander since August 2013.
With Father's Day on Sunday, The Baltimore Sun surveyed local athletes, from Orioles and Ravens to Terps and Greyhounds, for cherished memories of their dads. The remembrances are as unique as the relationships they spring from, but in each there are virtues of fatherhood: love, patience, pride. And because these are athletes, after all, there are sports.
A little more than 12 hours after the No. 8 Terps celebrated their biggest victory of the season — 74-68 over No. 3 Iowa at Xfinity Center — it was game time for Dion Wiley, who is sitting out the season after tearing his meniscus in late October. Wiley said that his months of rehabilitation have set the foundation for when he is able to play again.
With the sixth-ranked Terps having won nine of their first 10 games going into Saturday's matchup with Princeton (6-2) at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, some of the credit for the early-season success goes to how the scout team has helped prepare the players in Mark Turgeon's regular rotation in practice.
Bino Ranson and Stan Spirou will have something of a mini-reunion Friday when Southern New Hampshire, which reached the Division II Elite Eight last season before losing to eventual champion Florida Southern, play the No. 3 Terps in a preseason game at Xfinity Center.
Rasheed Sulaimon is pretty candid talking about the transition from Duke to Maryland, the circumstances that led to him becoming a Terp after being the first player ever dismissed from the Blue Devils by coach Mike Krzyzewski.
Despite reaching his dream of playing on the University of Notre Dame's legendary football field, and later being the subject of a major Hollywood movie, Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger does not consider himself a success.
46 high school seniors in the Science and Mathematics Academy at Aberdeen High School celebrated the end of four years of academic rigor and sleepless nights Tuesday with a display of their senior capstone projects, followed by an awards ceremony.