Digest (Nov. 14): Harford Community College wins in national women's soccer tournament
Alexandria Adams scored with 4:33 remaining to propel Harford Community College to a 2-1 victory over Cloud County (Kan.) in pool play at the National Junior
Men's Basketball: Green Terror 'excited to start the year'
McDaniel's men's basketball season begins Wednesday on the road against Penn State Brandywine.
Digest: Salisbury to play Ithaca in bowl game Saturday
State basketball roundup (Nov. 13): Morgan State men top South Florida, 63-53
LaPri McCray-Pace made three 3-pointers and scored 15 points and the Morgan State men's basketball team held off host South Florida, 63-53, on Monday night.
5 Things We Learned from Maryland's 35-10 loss to Michigan
Michigan was up 14-0 on Maryland Saturday when two special teams errors doomed the Terps in a 35-10 loss to the Wolverines.
Terps walk-on QB Ryan Brand took an unlikely path to a likely start vs. Michigan
Walk-on Ryan Brand could get his first college start Saturday against Michigan at home.
For Towson basketball, there's strength in numbers but real questions, too
The Tigers are deep. But how do you decide who gets to play?
Instant analysis: Maryland suffers crushing loss at Rutgers, ending realistic bowl chances
After erasing a 17-7 deficit to recapture the lead in the third quarter, Maryland ran out of gas against the Scarlet Knights.
Digest (Nov. 3): Howard CC to play Genesee in JuCo national men's soccer tournament
The Howard Community College men's soccer team will play Genesee Community College (N.Y) in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III
Driven to succeed, McDonogh's PJ Mustipher living out his football dreams
McDonogh's PJ Mustipher driven to be better even after commitment to Penn State and selection as Under Armour All-American.
Jake Funk's versatility on full display for Maryland football this season
Sophomore running back is tied for the lead in rushing touchdowns while being one of Maryland's top special teams players.
Digest (Nov. 1): Breeders' Cup betting available at Laurel Park
In addition to live racing, fans at Laurel Park will be able to watch and wager on all 13 Breeders' Cup races from Del Mar on Friday and Saturday. Post time at
Digest (Oct. 21): Towson, Bucknell add benefit basketball game Saturday
Towson will host Bucknell in a special exhibition game to help raise money for hurricane relief on Saturday at 1 p.m. in SECU Arena. The concept of an
New Inner Harbor finish line a hit at 17th Baltimore Running Festival
"I tell you, this finish line, you can't beat. You just can't beat it.”
Digest (Oct. 19): Penn State AD Barbour named to advisory council
Penn State Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour, a Severn School graduate, has been selected as one of the inaugural members of the United States Olympic
Big Ten media day notes: Ivan Bender the surprise of another preseason for Maryland
Sophomore forward challenging for starting spot as season approaches
Schmuck: Kevin Anderson situation, football loss leave Maryland with uncertain feeling
Maryland tweets that flurry of reports that Kevin Anderson has been fired are "false."
Preston: Adrian Amos returns home having re-emerged as a force at safety for Bears
Adrian Amos: "For me, this has always been a dream and it’s about to happen. I grew up on Ravens football."
College Notebook: Century grad Debinski back on course — and winning
McDaniel cross country runner Rebecca Debinski, a senior and Century High School graduate, has won two races this fall after not running for two years.
Digest (Oct. 11): Terps men's lacrosse coach John Tillman featured at LaxCon
After three games without a sack, Maryland defense 'developing plans to attack'
Since losing linebacker Jesse Aniebonam in the season opener, Maryland has not had a sack against an FBS opponent.
Local students were named to the dean's list at Salisbury University for the spring 2017 semester: Eldersburg: Arianna Lange and Michael Lintz. Finksburg: Sara
Digest (Oct. 10): Stevenson's Leftridge earns national volleyball award
Stevenson sophomore Katie Leftridge was named Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Player of the Week and the American Volleyball Coaches Association
Maryland's DJ Moore quietly developing into one of Big Ten's top receivers
Junior wide receiver DJ Moore leads Big Ten in several categories going into Ohio State
Catching up with ... former Maryland quarterback Mark Manges
As a junior, Manges led Maryland to 11 straight victories, a No. 4 ranking and a berth in the Cotton Bowl, earning a Sports Illustrated cover along the way.
Digest (Sept. 19): MASL places Blast in Eastern Division
The Major Arena Soccer League announced the divisional and conference alignments for the 2017-18 season. The MASL enters its fourth season with 24 teams in the
For ex-Raven John Urschel, NFL retirement felt more like a change in careers
“I loved playing for the Ravens ... but also I had to move on eventually, and it felt like time."
Maryland football fans came to Texas for a tailgate party — and a victory
More than 2,000 Maryland fans witnessed their team's 51-41 upset of Texas in person
Maryland's Ty Johnson mixes humility and ability in becoming a runaway junior star for the Terps
Ever since his first TD in peewee football, Ty Johnson has given praise to those who open holes.
High school football preseason Top 5: a look at No. 3 McDonogh
McDonogh is the No. 3 team in The Baltimore Sun's 2017 preseason Top 15 poll.
For Towson running back Shane Simpson, Saquon Barkley's a 'brother' and an inspiration
How a Heisman Trophy contender is helping Towson's top running back.
Pallotti football seeks to defend title in MIAA B Conference
Last season, quarterback Brandon Stewart guided St. Vincent Pallotti High to a football title, as the Panthers beat Boys’ Latin, 53-10, for the Maryland
Has Pigrome separated himself from Hill and Bortenschlager in the battle to become Maryland's No. 1 QB?
After starting the preseason with four quarterback candidates, it appears Tyrrell Pigrome will open the season as starter at Texas.
Out of big brother's shadow, linebacker Isaiah Davis making most of his chance at Maryland
Maryland linebacker Isaiah Davis is getting his chance to make his own mark with the Terps
Laurel Post Legion 60 baseball squad reaches state tournament for fifth straight season
Josh Mann was not tagged with a loss as a pitcher until the last game of the season this summer for American Legion Laurel Post 60.
Biff Poggi returns as St. Frances football aims to repeat as MIAA champion
Last season’s No. 1 football team, St. Frances, follows up a worst-to-first season with high expectations for another MIAA A Conference title on the opening day of MIAA football practice.
Summer not much of a vacation for many rising football seniors
Summer isn't much of a vacation for top rising seniors in Baltimore-area highh school football.
Uncorked potential: Maryland's wine industry grows thanks to technology and collaboration
Maryland boasts dozens of wineries – and some of them are turning out wines on par with the world’s top winemaking regions.
Who's No. 1? On the Maryland football team, Carter and Moore share a singular jersey number
Linebacker Jermaine Carter Jr.'s jersey switch will be one of several number changes for the Terps this season.
'This is cutting edge:' Maryland set to debut Cole Field House football facility
The first phase of the University of Maryland's Cole Field House renovations is complete
Ravens' John Urschel did the math and put his future over football
It doesn’t take a Ph.D. to see the risks, and other players are considering their futures, too.
Concerned with long-term damage from head injuries, Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel retires
One of the smartest players in the NFL, John Urschel, who was expected to compete for the Ravens' starting center job, has retired.
Five years after NCAA sanctions, Penn State is among favorites in Big Ten football
After winning the Big Ten championship game last season, Penn State sets its sights on national title
Frederick I. Scott, Jr., Johns Hopkins University's first African-American undergraduate, dies at 89
Frederick I. Scott Jr, 89, the first African-American undergraduate at the Johns Hopkins University, died July 15.
Nonprofit View: Scholarship season not over yet
The Community Foundation of Carroll County Inc. is about two-thirds of the way through scholarship season. We get to take a deep breath after all our Carroll
Two CCBC-Essex students have developed a school club to share their passion for fishing
Michael Duarte and Matthew Iman won a Fishing League Worldwide title. Now they want to help other CCBC students share in the fun.
Baltimore narrows list of applicants to oversee police consent decree
City narrows list of applicants to oversee Baltimore police consent decree
Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award watch list has 47 quarterbacks
The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award will be presented in December in Baltimore. Check out 47 candidates for the honor.
City Paper's guide to Artscape 2017
Our picks for the best events at Artscape
Goldberg: Environmentalists are birthing ever more climate-change hype
The “ugly environmentalist” exaggerates the challenge of global warming by using ever more hysterical rhetoric, says Jonah Goldberg.