Digest (Jan. 3): Laurel Park cancels racing on Friday because of cold
Extreme cold temperatures in the Mid-Atlantic region has caused the Maryland Jockey Club to cancel live racing Friday. Forecasts call for a high of 19 degrees
State basketball roundup (Jan. 2): Towson men lose fourth straight, 75-72
State basketball roundup (Dec. 29): Wagner topples Mount St. Mary's in conference opener
The Mount St. Mary's men's basketball team dropped its Northeast Conference opener at Wagner, 76-57, on Friday night at the Spiro Sports Center. Junior
Driven never to compromise, Gilman defensive end Thomas Booker will sign with Stanford
The Greyhounds standout will sign with Stanford on Wednesday, the first day of the new early signing period for football, as he embarks on his plan to make a run at the NFL but, more importantly, to become a captain of technological industry.
Digest: Loyola Maryland's Adams, Morlang Sullivan to coach Australian U-19 women's lacrosse team
No. 15 Terps women set program record for assists, rout short-handed Loyola Md., 114-45
The Greyhounds' Bri Betz-White, a preseason All-Patriot League selection, missed her second straight game with an injury.
The Sun Remembers: This Week in Sports History for Dec. 10-16
Mike Bordick, Gary Kerkorian and Price Colvin are part of This Week in Maryland Sports for Dec. 10-16.
Local basketball roundup (Dec. 9): UConn holds off Coppin State despite woes
UConn's top three scorers hit just 14 of their 41 shots and the Huskies turned the ball over 15 times against winless Coppin State.
By the numbers: 2018 schedule for Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse
Take a look at the numbers behind the 2018 schedule for the Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse team.
Big Ten enters men's basketball conference play after a bumpy November
Big Ten teams have not fared well in Top 25 matchups, but Maryland has yet to face a ranked team.
The Sun Remembers: This Week in Sports History for Nov. 19-25
Johnny Sample, Earl Monroe and Tom Duley are part of This Week in Sports for Nov. 19-25.
State basketball roundup (Nov. 11): Walker nets 27, climbs charts in Loyola Maryland loss
Andre Walker scored a game-high 27 points for Loyola Maryland, but four Fairfield players had 11 or more, and the host Stags defeated the Greyhounds, 64-52, at
The Sun Remembers: This Week in Sports History for Nov. 12-18
John Dutton, Jim Gentile and Carroll Rosenbloom are part of This Week in Maryland Sports History.
Digest (Nov. 10): Colgate overtakes Loyola Maryland in Patriot League men's soccer semifinals
The Colgate men's soccer team erased a 2-0 deficit in the final 20 minutes of regulation to force overtime against top-seeded Loyola and junior Steven DeLeo
Digest (Nov. 8): Maryland women's basketball's Fraser selected for Cheryl Miller Award watch list
Junior forward Brianna Fraser of the Maryland women's basketball team is one of 20 of the top small forwards in the country named to the Cheryl Miller Award
At Loyola Maryland, cornerstone seniors know only a trophy guarantees a legacy
“The only legacy I can see is if we win a championship,” senior guard Andre Walker said.
Digest (Nov. 4): Loyola Maryland edges Lafayette for first Patriot League men's soccer regular-season crown
Sophomore Brian Saramago's goal in the 21st minute earned Loyola Maryland its first Patriot League regular-season title on Saturday afternoon as the Greyhounds
Mount Saint Joseph, Loyola Blakefield reach MIAA A Conference soccer semifinals
Mount Saint Joseph claimed a 3-2 win over Calvert Hall and Loyola Blakefield needed overtime to get past Gilman, 3-2, in MIAA A quarterfinal soccer play.
Digest (Oct. 25): Banged-up Redskins sign former Raven Tony Bergstrom
With injuries piling up along the Washington Redskins offensive line, the team signed former Raven Tony Bergstrom to the active roster Wednesday. The Redskins
Could a Baltimore-area college basketball showcase be close? Coaches hope so
“It's something that is going to be unique,” one coach said, “if we can get it done.”
Digest: Ex-Loyola Maryland midfielder Rehfuss named Siena women's lacrosse coach
Digest (Oct. 14): Wizards set roster for season opener
The Washington Wizards waived point guard Donald Sloan and retained wing Carrick Felix on Saturday, according to several sources familiar with the move. The
Varsity roundup (Sept. 22) Privett proves his worth for McDonogh in boys soccer victory over Mount St. Joseph
McDonogh midfielder Andrew Privett has a way of making all things good for the No. 2 Eagles boys soccer team.
Varsity roundup (Sept. 15): No. 1 St. Frances coasts to football triumph
Top-ranked St. Frances scored 20 points in the second half and shut out host Don Bosco (N.J.), 27-0, in football Friday night.
Digest (Aug. 14): Teams to experiment with shot clock in fall
The NCAA Men's Lacrosse Rules Committee cleared the way for teams to experiment with a shot clock this fall. The committee, which met last week in
Players with Baltimore ties dot the women's lacrosse World Cup landscape
England's Ashleigh Smith Gloster (Dulaney) and more than a dozen others with local ties to compete against the United States at the 2017 women's lacrosse World Cup.
An era ends with Australia lacrosse legend Jen Adams retiring from international play
An era comes to an end as Australia lacrosse legend Jen Adams, Loyola Maryland coach and former Maryland Terps star, retires from international play
At Beyond the Basics camp, former Raven Brandon Copeland puts focus on life outside football
The former Ravens and current Detroit Lions defensive end will be joined Saturday at Gilman for his Beyond the Basics camp by more than a dozen NFL players,
Digest (July 4): Burakovsky re-signed by Capitals for two seasons
The Washington Capitals re-signed right wing Andre Burakovsky to a two-year, $6 million contract. Burakovsky, 22, had 12 goals and 23 assists in 64 games with
Digest (June 28): Ohio State promotes Eastern Tech's Crane
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Digest (June 27): Goucher's Korba hired to coach Stevenson women's soccer
Tati Korba, a veteran with 15 years coaching at the college level, has been named women's soccer coach at Stevenson University. Korba, who becomes the ninth
Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse standout Pat Spencer does not need to use last start as motivation
Charley Toomey trusts that Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse star Pat Spencer is handling the last start of 2017 in “the right way.”
Review & preview: Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse
A look back at the 2017 campaign for Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse and a glimpse into 2018.
Preston: Tillman has left an indelible -- tattoo-worthy -- mark on Maryland men's lacrosse
Maryland coach John Tillman had the toughest job in Division I men's lacrosse this season, and he rose to the occasion in helping the Terps win the national championship.
Four Maryland men’s lacrosse players named first-team All-Americans
Four Maryland men’s lacrosse players -- Matt Rambo, Connor Kelly, Tim Muller and Isaiah Davis-Allen -- were named to the USILA All-America first team.
Mike Preston: Syracuse presents a big challenge for Towson
Syracuse's biggest strength is that it simply won't quit. The Orange has played in 11 one-goal games in 2017 and won nine of them.
Foiled by hot goalie, Loyola men lose, 7-4, to third seed Ohio State in NCAA lacrosse first-round game
The Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse team outshoots third seed Ohio State but loses, 7-4, in a first-round NCAA tournament game at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.
Varsity roundup (May 12): Gilman knocks off No. 2 Boys' Latin in lacrosse
No. 7 Gilman kept its hold on the sixth and final playoff lacrosse spot in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference with a stunning upset
Quint Kessenich: Breaking down the first round of the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament
Quint Kessenich: Breaking down the first round of the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament
Weekly men's lacrosse primer (May 11): Top player, top game, week ahead for state teams
All you need to know for this week in men's lacrosse
Maryland’s Matt Rambo, Loyola’s Pat Spencer among five finalists for Tewaaraton Award
Matt Rambo is second finalist in Maryland history, while Pat Spencer is third for Loyola Maryland
Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse no longer taking end-of-season bye week for granted
Charley Toomey said he’s “not going to complain as much” about bye week for Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse after Patriot League tournament.
Instant reactions from area coaches in NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse tournament
The coaches for Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Towson, and Loyola Maryland shared their reactions on the NCAA lacrosse bracket
Terps are top overall seed in NCAA men's lacrosse tournament for second straight year
Top-seeded Terps women will face Towson or High Point in second round of NCAA lacrosse tournament
Maryland's women's lacrosse team, the only undefeated team in Division I, earned the No. 1-seeded spot in the NCAA tournament for the fifth straight year when
Lacrosse roundup (May 5): Loyola women hold off Boston University to reach Patriot final
Lacrosse roundup (May 5): Loyola Maryland women hold off Boston University to reach Patriot League final
Weekly men's lacrosse primer (May 4): Top player, top game
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Towson women roll into this weekend's CAA tourney
Towson's women's lacrosse team could not head into this weekend's Colonial Athletic Association tournament with much more momentum.
Eastern perfection topples Raiders
Jodie Bronushas threw a perfect game and led No. 2 Eastern Tech to a 13-0 victory over host Loch Raven in softball Tuesday.
Digest: Capitals beat Penguins in OT after blowing late two-goal lead