At left back, Crystal Dunn is getting it right for USWNT at World Cup
The U.S. World Cup team is in this position for the third straight time because Crystal Dunn, a natural attacker, has embraced her position switch.
Delle Donne lifts Mystics over Dream, 89-73, for third straight victory
Elena Delle Donne scored eight of her 21 points in a game-changing 14-0 run to start the second half and the Mystics rolled past the Dream.
Capitals re-sign Carl Hagelin to four-year, $11 million deal
The Washington Capitals have re-signed winger Carl Hagelin to a four-year, $11 million deal.
Digest (May 23): Former Poly basketball star Demetrius Mims transfers to Towson
Former Poly star transferring to play basketball at Towson University.
PhilmLand 24 event returns, this time showcasing local girls soccer talent
An indoor 6v6 showcase event spotlighting local girls soccer talent between the ages of 15-23 is scheduled to be held on April 26 at the Soccer Stop in Columbia.
Digest (April 10): Navy women's lacrosse team rebounds to defeat Georgetown
Navy women's lacrosse team rebounds to defeat Georgetown
Digest (April 8): Former Chelsea FC executive advising Wizards before GM search
The Washington Wizards are working with Mike Forde, the CEO of Sportsology and former senior manager of a Premier League soccer club, as the team attempts to reset its culture ahead of hiring a new general manager.
Digest (March 27): American Athletic Conference, ESPN agree to 12-year contract
Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said the media rights deal that was announced on Wednesday "totally justifies" the Naval Academy's decision to join the
Digest (Feb. 21) Marriotts Ridge grad Carly Miller Miller propels Mount St. Mary's to women's lacrosse victory
Carly Miller (Marriotts Ridge) scored her second goal and the game-winner with 39 seconds left to play as visiting Mount St. Mary's (2-0) won 9-8 over UMBC
Digest (Jan. 30): Thursday racing canceled at Laurel Park due to cold
Because of the polar vortex moving across the eastern United States with dangerously cold temperatures and high wind gusts, Laurel Park announced it has
Digest (Jan. 9): Washington game sites could host sports betting
When sports gambling is formally legalized in Washington, fans will have the option to place bets in convenience stores, bars, restaurants or from their living
Digest (Sept. 27): Stronach 5 to debut with Laurel Park
Laurel Park's ninth race today will serve as the launching pad of the inaugural Stronach 5, a national wager featuring five races at four tracks across the
Sports Digest (Sept.2): No. 4 Terps edge No. 3 Duke in field hockey
Digest (Aug. 22): Former Navy football player Jesse Iwuji scheduledto race in NASCAR Truck Series
Former Naval Academy athlete Lt. Jesse Iwuji is scheduled to make his debut in a NASCAR national series start during this weekend's Camping World Truck Series
Digest (Aug. 21): Washington Spirit fire Gabarra as coach, GM
The Washington Spirit, which has not won in three months and scored once in the past 11 matches, fired Jim Gabarra as its coach and general manager Tuesday.
Sports Digest (July 27): Capitals give Wilson six-year contract
Digest (June 30): Randy Hippeard throws five TD passes, but Brigade upended
The Baltimore Brigade (7-4) lost, 49-48, to the Philadelphia Soul (7-4) on Saturday night at Wells Fargo Center. Brigade quarterback Randy Hippeard threw five
Digest (June 24): Brigade keep AFL lead despite loss to Empire
Baltimore leads the Empire and Philadelphia Soul, both 6-4, by a half game in the AFL with two games remaining in the regular season.
Digest (June 15): Brigade blast past Valor for seventh win
The Baltimore Brigade defeated the Washington Valor, 72-42, Friday night at Royal Farms Arena. The 72 points scored are a Brigade franchise record. Quarterback
Digest (June 10): Lewis' late field goal gives Brigade sole possession of first place
Mark Lewis' kick in the closing seconds and Randy Hippeard's eight touchdown passes send the Brigade into sole possession of first place in the AFL.
Digest: Terps wrestler Hemida earns spot on U-23 world team
Maryland senior wrestler Youssif Hemida earned a spot on the Under-23 World Team after winning the 125-kilogram bracket at the U23 World Team Trials on Sunday in Akron, Ohio.
Digest: Matzohball run will benefit Ellicott City flood victims
The 14th annual Matzohball 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run, presented by Temple Isaiah, will be held Sunday at 9 a.m., with part of the proceeds benefitting the flood
Digest (May 25): Jockey Alex Cintron returns six months after spill
Six months after being seriously injured in a race-day spill at Laurel Park, 30-year-old journeyman Alex Cintron made his return to the Maryland jockey colony.
Digest (April 28): Empire can't strike back against Brigade in AFL
The Baltimore Brigade (2-1) beat the Albany Empire, 52-49, Saturday afternoon at Royal Farms Arena. Brigade quarterback Randy Hippeard was named the game's MVP
Digest (Jan. 18): Washington Spirit select seven players in NWSL draft
The Washington Spirit selected seven players in Thursday's National Women's Soccer League college draft. Washington's selections included two first-round
Washington Spirit select Stanford's Andi Sullivan with No. 1 pick in NWSL draft
Sullivan, a native of Lorton, Va., who played youth soccer in Bethesda, helped the Cardinal win the NCAA College Cup championship last season.
Digest (Jan. 16): Former Arundel star Beckerman re-signs with Real Salt Lake
Midfielder Kyle Beckerman (Arundel) re-signed with Real Salt Lake, receiving a multiyear contract that will extend the tenure of the league's all-time career
Digest (Dec. 16): Heat halt Blast's streak with shootout victory
The Blast's four-game winning streak came to an end as they fell in a shootout to the Heat, 6-5 in Harrisburg on Saturday night in a Major Arena Soccer League
Digest (Nov. 21): Towson football players named to All-CAAC team
Three Towson football players earned Colonial Athletic Association honors. Kick returner Rodney Dorsey and defensive lineman Kanyia Anderson were selected to
Digest (Nov. 4): Loyola Maryland edges Lafayette for first Patriot League men's soccer regular-season crown
Sophomore Brian Saramago's goal in the 21st minute earned Loyola Maryland its first Patriot League regular-season title on Saturday afternoon as the Greyhounds
Digest (Sept. 22): Wizards' Morris undergoes surgery for sports hernia
Wizards forward Markieff Morris is expected to be out six to eight weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a sports hernia. The Wizards announced Friday that
Digest (Sept. 12): Terps, Towson to play Team USA at classic
The Maryland and Towson men's lacrosse teams will be featured in games during the Team USA Fall Classic on the weekend of Oct. 7-8 on William G. Tierney Field
Digest (Aug. 29): St. Frances grad Dwayne Morgan kicked off basketball team at UNLV
Dwayne Morgan (St. Frances) will not play for Nevada-Las Vegas next season, coach Marvin Menzies said Tuesday. Morgan, who was suspended in May from all
Digest (Aug. 23): Towson hires veteran of LPGA Tour as coach
Lisa Ferrero, an accomplished member of the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour, has been named coach of the Towson women's team. A 12-year member of the
Digest: Seven Brigade players earn AFL All-Arena team honors
Digest (Aug. 13): Maryland chapter earns Trout Unlimited's highest national honor
Digest (Aug. 11): Brigade make initial foray into AFL playoffs
The Baltimore Brigade continues its inaugural Arena Football League season with a playoff appearance. The fourth-seeded Brigade (4-10) take on the the
Digest (Aug. 8): Brigade's Robert Hayes earns AFL's weekly defensive award
Brigade defensive lineman Robert Hayes was named the Arena Football League Defensive Player of the Week. Hayes had three tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and a
Digest: Free movement approved in women's college lacrosse
Digest (July 21): Brigade hitting road to challenge Valor
The Washington Valor host the Baltimore Brigade tonight at 7. It's the first home game for the Valor since June 3, while the Brigade are playing their first
Digest (July 7): Washington Spirit hosting 1st televised game of week
The Washington Spirit will host the Orlando Pride today in the first National Women's Soccer League Lifetime Game of the Week played at the Maryland
Digest (July 1): Capitals re-sign Connolly, add right wing Peluso
The Washington Capitals have re-signed left wing Brett Connolly to a two-year, $3 million contract, senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan
Digest (June 30): Capitals sign defender Orlov to 6-year contract extension
The Washington Capitals have re-signed defenseman Dmitry Orlov to a $30.6 million, six-year deal. Orlov will count $5.1 million against the salary cap through