Former Maryland forward Jake Layman reportedly signing with Timberwolves
Former Maryland forward Jake Layman will sign a three-year, $11.5 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, ESPN reported Wednesday night.
Incoming Terps basketball player Diamond Miller to play for U.S. in U19 World Cup
Incoming Maryland women’s basketball freshman Diamond Miller was named to USA Basketball's roster for the upcoming FIBA Under-19 World Cup in Bangkok.
Looking ahead to 2020 NBA draft, Maryland could have multiple players taken
Sophomore forward Jalen Smith has been mentioned as a first-round pick in 2020, with others such as sophomore guard Aaron Wiggins possibilities, too.
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.
Three-star defensive back Shane Mosley commits to Maryland football, joining brother Jordan
Maryland football coach Michael Locksley received another commitment from three-star DB Shane Mosley.
Maryland's Bruno Fernando picked No. 34 by the 76ers, traded to Hawks
Maryland center Bruno Fernando was taken in the second round at Thursday's NBA draft in Brooklyn.
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.
Maryland football gets first 4-star commit for 2020 in Michigan running back Peny Boone
Michigan running back Peny Boone announced on social media Monday that he has committed to the Terps, becoming the first four-star prospect for the 2020 class.
Rec Photos for June 16, 2019
Rec Sports photos for June 16, 2019.
A 'bittersweet' homecoming: McDonogh hosts health and wellness clinic on anniversary of Jordan McNair's death
The event was held to help honor Jordan McNair and educate youngsters and their families about the dangers of and treatment for heatstroke.
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.
A week from NBA draft, Maryland center Bruno Fernando's position is difficult to mock
Former Maryland center Bruno Fernando's name can be found all over the various mock drafts, from a top-10 pick to middle of second round.
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.
One year after Jordan McNair's death, University of Maryland looks to remember and move forward
One year after Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair died from heat stroke, the team and athletic department looks to honor his memory and also move on.
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.
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.
Booth brings hope, history and a healthy dose of reality in his new role as Dunbar's boys basketball coach
Keith Booth was the last player from Dunbar High to make it to the NBA, but his short pro career should be a cautionary tale for those hoping to follow him.
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.
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.
College Notebook: Liberty grad Grace Griffin led Carroll group that helped Maryland win another national championship
College Notebook for May 31, 2019.
Maryland Gov. Hogan wants investigation into how University of Maryland handled fatal adenovirus outbreak
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan wants an investigation of how the University of Maryland handled an outbreak of adenovirus that left one student dead.
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.
Former Maryland football player David Mackall Jr. identified as victim of fatal shooting in West Baltimore
Baltimore police on Thursday identified former Maryland football player David Mackall Jr. as the victim of a fatal shooting in Walbrook.
Digest (May 30): Racing returns to Laurel Park for summer meet
Laurel Park will open its 43-day summer meet on May 31.
Maryland guard Anthony Cowan Jr. to return for senior season after working out for NBA teams
Anthony Cowan Jr., Maryland's leading scorer the past two seasons, announced Wednesday that he will return for his senior year in College Park.
Maryland guard Anthony Cowan Jr.'s NBA draft decision coming down to the wire
Maryland guard Anthony Cowan Jr. will decide whether to return to Maryland for his senior year after Wednesday's workout with the Sacramento Kings.
Preston: Boston College is rising, but Maryland showed why it still reigns in women's lacrosse
Sunday's title game was the classic tale of a powerhouse program refusing to relinquish its hold on the sport against a rising challenger.
Maryland secures 14th NCAA women’s lacrosse title with 12-10 win over Boston College
The top-seeded Terps locked down on defense to hold the No. 2 seed Eagles to their lowest scoring output since April 14, 2018.
Maryland women pile on Northwestern, 25-13, will play Boston College for lacrosse title Sunday
NCAA Division I women's lacrosse semifinals at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.
Digest (May 24): Maryland announces football schedule updates
The Maryland football program announced several updates to its future schedule, including adding home games against Kent State in 2021 and SMU in 2022.
Maryland loses to Ohio State in Big Ten baseball tournament, is eliminated by Michigan
The Maryland baseball team resumed its Big Ten tournament game against Ohio State in Omaha, Neb., on Friday morning, and lost, 3-2, for its first defeat.
College lacrosse notes: Timonium’s Ryan Conrad enjoying banner year for Virginia
The senior midfielder has set career highs in goals, assists, points and ground balls – the latter of which the Loyola Blakefield graduate is most proud.
Maryland-Ohio State Big Ten baseball tournament game suspended by weather, will resume Friday
The Maryland baseball team’s Big Ten tournament game against Ohio State on Thursday night was suspended because of severe weather and will resume Friday.
University of Maryland to hire head team physician to work outside the athletic department
Maryland athletic director Damon Evans announced Thursday that the university will hire a new head team physician who will work outside the athletic department
Maryland baseball defeats Illinois, 6-2, in first Big Ten tournament game
Maryland will play the winner of the Michigan-Ohio State game.
Digest (May 22): Terps tandem set for induction in National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Maryland graduates Cathy Nelson Reese and Sarah Forbes were selected for induction into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2019.
Preston: Maryland lacrosse's loss rests just as much with coaches and players as with officials' blown call
As the game unfolded against Virginia, there were so many instances in which Maryland could have secured the victory.
Maryland first baseman Maxwell Costes (Gilman) named Big Ten Freshman of the Year
Maxwell Costes, a Gilman graduate from Baltimore, led the league freshmen in slugging (.500), RBIs (44), home runs (12), doubles (14) and total bases (101).
It's now official: QB Josh Jackson, TE Tyler Mabry join Terps as grad transfers
Former Virginia Tech quarterback Josh Jackson and former Buffalo tight end Tyler Mabry, who had announced their transfers to Maryland, are officially Terps.
Maryland women's lacrosse rolls past Denver, 17-8, earns 11th straight NCAA final four berth
Caroline Steele's career-high seven goals powered top-seeded Maryland’s 17-8 win over Denver and sent the Terps to their 11th straight final four.
An official's view: Blown call in Maryland's NCAA men's lacrosse tourney loss should usher in video replay
The reverberations from a blown call that helped Virginia beat Maryland in the NCAA quarterfinals should usher in video review in men's lacrosse.
Former Maryland star Bruno Fernando comfortable at NBA Combine — in any language
Maryland’s Fernando told the media at the NBA Combine on Thursday that the second time around in Chicago has been more enjoyable.
Preston: Towson lacrosse's Alex Woodall faces off against injury in his last amazing performance
Alex Woodall just didn’t show up but again showed why he is the best at his position in the college game by winning 22 of 31 face-offs.
NCAA men's and women's lacrosse tournament preview: Loyola Maryland, Maryland seek final four berths
The Loyola Maryland and Maryland men will be underdogs in their quarterfinal matchups.
Preston's observations: If Loyola beats Penn State, could Pat Spencer finally win the Tewaaraton Award?
The Penn State-vs.-Loyola Maryland NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse game Sunday will not only determine one semifinalist, but probably the Tewaaraton Award
Beilein's sudden departure from Michigan similar to Williams' retirement at Maryland in 2011
John Beilein's surprising announcement Monday that he was leaving Michigan to coach the Cleveland Cavaliers has some similarities to Gary Williams' retirement.
Digest (May 14): Terps' Olankitkunchai to tee off in NCAA golf finals
Maryland sophomore Virunpat Olankitkunchai will compete in the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships this weekend at Blessings Golf Club.
Maryland upsets No. 6 seed Towson in overtime, 14-13, in NCAA men's lacrosse tournament
Louis Dubick scored with 2:21 left in overtime to lift Maryland over No. 6 seed Towson, 14-13, in the first round of NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament.