- It was just over four years ago that 2015 Bel Air High School graduate, Shannon Williams, ventured West, to attend and play women’s lacrosse for the Universit
- Maryland will go into Bowling Green as 15-point favorites, and some players will go in with memory of embarrassing home loss to Falcons three years ago.
- Who are Orioles 2018 draft picks Grayson Rodriguez and Cadyn Grenier, plus what they're saying about the newest additions to the organization.
- In his first year as a starting midfielder, junior John Duffy ranks fourth on the No. 6 Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse team in goals. The Portland, Ore., resident has drawn inspiration from friend and role model Peter Baum.
- The Baltimore Brigade will host kids day today when it faces the Albany Empire at Royal Farms Arena at 3 p.m. All attendees under the age of 9 can receive free
- Carly Tellekamp scored a game-high seven goals to lead No. 6 Towson to a 15-11 victory over visiting Hofstra Friday.
- Senior attacker Megan Whittle scored her 268th career goal with 24:16 remaining in the first half to become the Maryland women's lacrosse team's all-time goal leader Sunday.
- The Connecticut Sun passed on drafting UConn's Kia Nurse and instead selected Duke's Lexie Brown with the ninth overall pick of Thursday's WNBA Draft. Earlier the Sun traded for New Haven's Bria Holmes.
- Connor Kelly scored a career-high six goals and No. 2 Maryland earned a 13-12 win over host No. 15 Penn State in men's lacrosse Sunday night.
- Southern California's Kerrigan Miller is The Baltimore Sun's women's lacrosse National Player of the Week for March 20, 2018, after contributing to both game-winning goals in overtime as the Trojans won their first two Pac-12 games.
- Led by junior attacker Caroline Steele and senior attacker Taylor Hensh, the No. 5 Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated host No. 8 Syracuse, 18-11, on Sunday.
- Hannah Powers scored the game-winner with 50 seconds left in overtime as visiting Loyola Maryland upset No. 15 Penn State, 16-15, Saturday.
- As head coach of the new Arizona State women's lacrosse program, Courtney Martinez Connor has the Sun Devils off to a 4-1 start as they aim to build the foundation for a nationally competitive Division I program
- A day after releasing a statement saying he had no connection to agent Andy Miller, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said in a postgame news conference that neither he nor any of his staff members had any involvement in former player Diamond Stone receiving more than $14,000 in improper payments.
- In a span of three games and seven days, No. 15 Maryland (1-0) will play two of the nation's elite women's basketball teams.
- Coppin State’s men’s basketball team, under new coach Juan Dixon, outscored Oregon by 12 points in the second half, but it was not enough to overcome a 28-point deficit.
- The Maryland women's basketball team is four wins away from its second national title. Standing in its way Saturday is a pretty good imitation of the Terps team that won the program's first.
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Marylandwomen's basketball team routed West VirginiaThe Maryland women's basketball team's NCAA tournament regional semifinal Saturday against Oregon will tip off at 11:36 a.m., a team spokeswoman said Tuesday.The Maryland women's basketball team's path to a possible rematch with Connecticut now has one less reunion ahead of it.Nike has signed more universities to outfitting deals, but rival Under Armour says it can succeed with a targeted approach based on identifying the most suitable partners — and geography plays a significant role.The play wasn't much to look at: a handoff to the running back, who went nowhere. But it was a milestone for Morgan Mahalak, Towson's quarterback who hadn't taken a snap in a football game for three years. It was a rude baptism for the redshirt sophomore, a onetime ballyhooed high school quarterback who trekked 3,000 miles for a fresh start and a chance to lead Towson to the playoffs.The Tigers (7-4 last year, 5-3 in the Colonial Athletic Association) take on a once-sorry South Florida bunch, which after three losing seasons in the American Athletic Conference has morphed into a power to be reckoned with.When the Ravens are on the clock Thursday night with the sixth overall draft pick in the NFL draft, they'll have several enticing defensive options. Depending on what happens in front of them, the Ravens could choose a relentless pass rusher or a physically imposing defensive end, a freakishly athletic inside linebacker or a lockdown defensive back. Finding the best fit from that group, however, may be more difficult than it sounds. Whether it has to do with health, size, position or ability toFormer Maryland men's basketball coach Gary Williams and current Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski are probably still close friends, but it's preferable to live in aMarch Madness is a time when Under Armour and other fitness apparel and footwear companies battle for the reflected glow of fans' intense college loyalties. The brands are betting that fans will heed the subtler images displayed on the uniforms of NCAA basketball tournament teams: Under Armour's interlocking "UA," Nike's swoosh, the three stripes of Adidas.Several coaches who've watched the league closely — including one Hall of Famer who's coached in the league and one who has taken his lumps coaching in it the past two years — were surprised by some of the Big Ten teams' seedings.The Ravens don't really need a defensive lineman, but could former Oregon star DeForest Buckner be too good to pass up?A pair of top pass rushers are the Ravens' picks in recent 2016 NFL mock drafts: Oregon's DeForest Buckner and Eastern Kentucky's Noah Spence.Mark Richt, who was fired by Georgia on Sunday, said on his weekly radio show Monday evening that ¿about five¿ schools had contacted him about coaching vacancies.Things have been quiet in College Park the past couple of weeks regarding the search for fired football coach Randy Edsall's successor. Athletic director Kevin Anderson, whose own legacy with the Terps will certainly be tied to this hire, has declined to discuss who he might be looking at since saying on the day of Edsall's firing that Maryland wanted a coach "to excite the fan base." Many names have surfaced in a variety of media outlets, a few that seem to have validity and others that appearMost college coaching searches are conducted over weeks, sometimes days. To find a replacement for Maryland football coach Randy Edsall, athletic director Kevin Anderson will have a couple of months. In some ways, it might make the search easier, given that Anderson will have a lot more time than he did when he hired Edsall to replace Ralph Friedgen in 2011. In other ways, maneuvering through the process after a midseason firing is "tricky," according to former Wisconsin athletic director Pat Richter.Given the type of nationally recognized coaches within the Big Ten's East Division, Loh said there is more to the decision than prior success on the field.In his comments after coach Randy Edsall was fired, Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson said the schools is looking for its next football coach to be someone to "excite the fan base," particularly on the offensive side of the ball. College football is filled with young offensive minds right now, many of whom have recently ascended to head coaching jobs.Long before he carved out a reputation as an offensive mastermind and became known as one of the foremost innovators in the NFL, Chip Kelly introduced the Johns Hopkins football team to what became known as the "whistle ball.""You look at the discussions and the things that are being talked about nationally, the excitement, it's a 180-degree turn from the conversations that were going on a year ago," Penn State coach and former Maryland offensive coordinator James Franklin said Thursday.