On the men’s side, No. 8 Syracuse and No. 6 Loyola Maryland will kick off the weekend’s first-round action of the NCAA tournament, while No. 9 James Madison and No. 14 Stony Brook will meet in the first round of the playoffs on the women’s side.
Also, the Loyola Maryland women have a sharpshooter in Sam Fiedler, Kelly Larkin keeps racking up achievements for the Navy women, and the transition from the Johns Hopkins women’s midfield to attack has been smooth for Nicole DeMase.
The Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse team shut down visiting Robert Morris in a 14-3 win Sunday. The victory was the seventh straight for the Mountaineers, which marks the team's longest winning streak since the 2007 season.
Mariah Gray, Maia Lee and Nukiya Mayo endured 18 more losses than wins in their first two years for the Towson women’s basketball team. On Friday, they'll play in the program's first NCAA tournament game.
The No. 14 Towson women’s team will seek to upend No. 10 Penn State for the second year in a row; goalie Brandon Warren anchored No. 2 Salisbury’s defensive effort; and No. 3 Maryland was thrilled for midfielder Christian Zawadzki’s first goal in almost four years.
FTF Racing’s Correjon continued his winter hot streak at Laurel Park, earning his third straight win over its main track with a record-setting half-length triumph in Sunday’s featured Super Bowl Starter Handicap.
The No. 15 Towson football team has left its fate in the hands of the Football Championship Subdivision selection committee’s hands after Saturday’s loss to No. 7 James Madison in the regular-season finale for both teams.
All four coaches in the NCAA DIvision I women's lacrosse final four played high school lacrosse in the Baltimore area — Maryland's Cathy Reese, Boston College's Acacia Walker-Weinstein, North Carolina's Jenny Levy and James Madison's Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe.
Northwestern attackers Selena Lasota and Sheila Nesselbush scored eight goals each as the Wildcats upset No. 7 Towson, 21-17, in the second round of the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse tournament at Johnny Unitas Stadium on Sunday.
Senior attacker Kristen Gaudian and senior midfielder Elena Romesburg combined for nine goals to lead No. 4 James Madison to a 16-10 win over No. 7 Towson to claim the Colonial Athletic Association women's lacrosse championship.