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  • Geneva student's Hear the Cheers campaign to kick off in March

    Geneva student's Hear the Cheers campaign to kick off in March
    Ian Hanson, a freshman at Geneva High School, plays football in the fall, basketball in the winter and baseball in the spring. He shoots a couple rounds of outdoor hockey with his friends on the weekends. And, like most high schoolers, he somehow...
  • Lehigh wrestling stuns No. 3 Ohio State, falls to No. 2 Missouri in Cliff Keen duals

    Lehigh wrestling stuns No. 3 Ohio State, falls to No. 2 Missouri in Cliff Keen duals
    Nate Brown delivered a dramatic pin of Kenny Courts in their 184-pound showdown and heavyweight Doug Vollaro later stopped Nick Tavanello in overtime to help Lehigh stun third-ranked Ohio State 21-18 Saturday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the Cliff...
  • A mock look inside the NCAA tournament selection process

    A mock look inside the NCAA tournament selection process
    Until Friday afternoon, please call me Bernard. I'm at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis for what's called the Mock Selection Exercise, when media members play the role of actual NCAA tournament selection committee members for two days. Bleacher Report'...
  • Terps' Melo Trimble says Iowa's Adam Woodbury 'accidentally' poked him in eye

    Terps' Melo Trimble says Iowa's Adam Woodbury 'accidentally' poked him in eye
    As their paths crossed in the postgame handshake line, Iowa center Adam Woodbury apologized to Maryland point guard Melo Trimble for poking him in the eye during the first half of his team’s 71-55 win over the Terps Sunday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena....
  • Maryland gives Big Ten women's lacrosse a big boost

    Maryland gives Big Ten women's lacrosse a big boost
    When a college athletics conference introduces a new sport, it usually takes a while to get up to speed and compete on a national level. Not Big Ten women's lacrosse. It went from 0 to 60 in an instant. With the two most successful programs in the...
  • Addition of Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Rutgers gives Big Ten immediate boost in lacrosse

    Addition of Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Rutgers gives Big Ten immediate boost in lacrosse
    It's hard to say goodbye. Just ask Casey Ikeda, who will be part of the first Maryland men's lacrosse team to play in the Big Ten after 63 years in the Atlantic Coast Conference. "I've only known the ACC," said Ikeda, a senior defenseman who hails...
  • Illini set spring game date

    Illinois has set its spring football scrimmage for 5 p.m. on April 18. The Orange and Blue spring game will air live on the Big Ten Network. Spectators can attend the game and park for free. The spring practices also feature an appearance at 6 p.m. on...
  • Illinois team manager Ryan Schmidt relishing role as walk-on

    Illinois team manager Ryan Schmidt relishing role as walk-on
    MINNEAPOLIS — When Illinois starting guard Kendrick Nunn saw some sweat on the Minnesota court Saturday, he alerted his teammate to mop it up. That was fine with Ryan Schmidt. The student manager, who suited up for the first time for the short-...
  • Cost of attendance is a good start, but questions remain for future of NCAA

    Cost of attendance is a good start, but questions remain for future of NCAA
    Historic votes are nothing new for a city like Washington, D.C. The capital of our country's political system has hosted its fair share of monumental moments. And while the news out of the NCAA's annual convention Saturday wasn't anywhere as critical as...
  • Excitement expected tonight as Terps' Mincy goes home to N.J.

    Excitement expected tonight as Terps' Mincy goes home to N.J.
    Laurin Mincy never expected to play a college basketball game in her home state when she arrived at Maryland five years ago. The Terps were in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and rivalries with such tradition-rich schools as Duke and North Carolina in...
  • Former NFL scout weighs in on ex-Terps star Stefon Diggs

    Former NFL scout weighs in on ex-Terps star Stefon Diggs
    I talked to Russ Lande for a few minutes today about Maryland's prospects taking part in the East-West Shrine Game this week in St. Petersburg, Fla. I also asked Lande for his take on former Terps star wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who recently decided to...