Freshman point guard Nia Clouden, an Owings Mills resident and St. Frances graduate, has started all 20 games for the No. 22 Spartans, ranking second on the team in total assists and steals and third in scoring.
Now in its 18th day, the partial government shutdown affects one-quarter of the government and about 800,000 employees who are furloughed or working without pay. But the longer the shutdown drags on, the greater the impact not only on federal workers, but on people relying on services they provide.
Even with Wednesday's 74-72 win over Nebraska at Xfinity Center, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon admitted that his young team didn't handle the late-game pressure as well as he wants and it needs to in the Big Ten.
Seven years after being fired at New Mexico amid losing seasons and off-the-field problems, Mike Locksley is returning to College Park to guide a football program recovering from the aftermath of offensive lineman Jordan McNair’s death.
Dr. Theodore R. Delbridge has been named executive director of the Maryland Institute for Emergency medical Services Systems, called MIEMSS, a state agency that coordinates the statewide emergency medical system.
Mark McColloch, a labor historian who had been vice president of instruction at the Community College of Baltimore County for a decade, died Oct. 26 from cancer at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 70.
Maryland interim coach Matt Canada, who started his coaching career as an undergraduate at Indiana and later served on two different staffs in Bloomingtonm, returns Saturday hoping to help the Terps gain bowl eligibility.
A week after DJ Durkin was briefly reinstated and then fired three days before a 24-3 home loss to Michigan State, Maryland will try to get back to "normal" in preparation for a trip to Indiana, where the Terps could become bowl-eligible with a victory Saturday.
During the course of an hour-long interview at the state university system’s Baltimore headquarters, football coach DJ Durkin gave a speech that dramatically changed the course of events and convinced board members he should stay, according to several sources.
With its biggest game in two years approaching Saturday against Michigan State, Maryland will go in with interim coach Matt Canada looking to show he deserves a shot at a permanent job and a team that could come together or completely fall apart.
Alumni, player advocates and business reputation experts say the University of Maryland still has much work to do to restore trust with students and football fans in wake of coach DJ Durkin's dismissal.
University of Maryland football coach DJ Durkin, who had been suspended since August, has been fired in the wake of the heatstroke death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair and two reports commissioned by the board of regents.
Mike Farrell of Rivals.com and Andy Stefanelli, the coach at Good Counsel High, said that the fallout from Jordan McNair's death and the controversial reinstatement of DJ Durkin as Maryland's coach will make it difficult for Durkin to recruit and rebuild the Terps.
Department financial records show a football program dwindling in popularity despite its high-profile athletic conference and a $196 million investment by private donors, the university and the state in a new football field house and multipurpose center.
Thane Fake, 46, of Westminster, died Sept. 13 after a long-fought battle with cancer. He was a graduate of Westminster High School and Penn State University and worked for nearly two decades for the Department of Justice.
Marilyn J. "Jean" Lowry, a Master Gardener and Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland director who was secretary-treasurer of Lowry & Co., died Aug. 29 from multiple myeloma at her Phoenix, Baltimore County home. She was 85.
The Big 33 Football Classic will move to Memorial Day in 2019, allowing some of the top prospects in Maryland and Pennsylvania to play in the senior all-star game before they report to college as early as June 1.
The 5th annual U.S.E. Basketball Family Reunion is set for Sunday at Pikesville High School, featuring games from elementary to post-college and a panel discussion about how young girls can use basketball to achieve their dreams no matter what level they aspire to play.