Three alumni, three former staff members, and a community supporter will be added to the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame during induction ceremonies to be held at the school on the EHS Class of 2016's Commencement Day, June 1st. The seven will bring to 48 the number of people who have been enshrined in the EHS Hall of Fame in the six years since the program was begun in 2011.
When Penn State's women's lacrosse team upset No. 2 Florida on Sunday in the second round of the NCAA tournament, Baltimore-area natives figured prominently, including St. Mary's graduate Steph Lazo with the game-winning goal in overtime. Half of the Nittany Lions' starting lineup hails from the Baltimore suburbs and so does coach Missy Doherty, who played lacrosse at St. Mary's before helping Maryland to three national championships
Facing a 6-3 deficit early in the third quarter, No. 5 Maryland scored seven straight goals to overcome No. 18 Rutgers, 11-8, in a pivotal game in the Big Ten Conference before an announced 4,101 at Maryland Stadium on Saturday.
Constantinos S. "Deno" Yenias, a civil engineer who was a construction manager for the Maryland Transit Administration and a major force in the city's Greek community, died Thursday of cancer at Franklin Square Medical Center. The Perry Hall resident 67.
Jen Adams can hardly believe this is her eighth year at Loyola already. She's led the Greyhounds to two Big East championships, the past two Patriot League championships and five straight NCAA tournament appearances.
And while Durkin has already started putting his stamp on the program, Maryland¿s on-field transition starts over the next few weeks in practice. So leading into practice, we¿ll preview each of the Terps¿ position groups. After looking at the linebackers on Wednesday, it¿s time to look at the secondary, which will be vastly different than it was in 2015.
Eighteen months after the University of Maryland's jump to the Big Ten, the conference's television network is eagerly trying to make Terps fans feel more at home in their sprawling new neighborhood — an Illinois-based league with deep Midwestern roots.
Mention the word rebuilding in relation to the Maryland women's lacrosse team and those familiar with the program simply chuckle. Having just five starters back might mean a down year for most programs, but coach Cathy Reese recruits so well that the two-time defending national champion Terps still look like title contenders.
College lacrosse coaches say they hate evaluating and targeting high school freshmen and sophomores, but those same coaches admit they do it to keep pace in what Nostrant called "an arms race." Dave Pietramala, Kevin Corrigan and their coaching peers are attempting to take a stand on the issue with legislation prohibiting coaches from contacting recruits before Sept. 1 of the players' junior year in high school.
Gilman has the area¿s largest football contingent heading to Division I programs next year and perhaps the largest in Baltimore high school football history. Greyhounds associate head coach Henry Russell said their football scholarships all together are worth more than $3 million over the next four years.
Since November, Dunbar wide receiver Dae¿lun Darien had his heart set on playing football at Temple. After visiting the campus, he liked what he saw and committed. His parents, however, wanted their son to be sure. They wanted him to see at least one other program, so last weekend Darien took an official visit to Penn State. He flipped his commitment Sunday night.
Maryland's two-time defending national champion women's lacrosse team was selected No. 1 team in the Inside Lacrosse media poll and the Interscholastic Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association poll. both announced Tuesday.
Dalton Myers, a Westminster graduate, currently averages 16.4 points per game as a junior for the York College men's basketball team. When he's not on the court, he's balancing a challenging pre-medical studies slate that some might look at and run in the opposite direction.
With the start of the 2016 college lacrosse season just a few weeks away, here is the fourth installment of a series that offers a preview of the battles for conference championships in Division I. The leagues are scheduled to appear via alphabetical order. Tuesday¿s visit was with the Big East. Wednesday takes a spin through the Big Ten.
Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak didn¿t cause a stir when he took his seat at the back of press row an hour before tip-off Tuesday night at Xfinity Center. It was Kupchak¿s first trip back to the Maryland campus since his days as a Washington Bullet playing summer pickup games at Cole Field House. Yet Kupchak¿s presence for No. 7 Maryland¿s matchup against Northwestern was an indication of his interest in at least one of the game¿s participants. Considering how little Maryland freshman Diamond Stone was on the floor for Maryland¿s 62-56 overtime win -- a total of 15 minutes -- Kupchak might have to come back.