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  • Frese balances family and basketball as she steers Terps back to Final Four

    COLLEGE PARK — Brenda Frese will be the first to tell you she sometimes trampled through life, so intent on the goals ahead that she didn't necessarily worry about the bruised feelings left in her wake. If she wanted something, she took it, a...
  • Ft. Hood shooting: 'It happened right in front of me,' soldier texts

    Ft. Hood shooting: 'It happened right in front of me,' soldier texts
    FT. HOOD, Texas -- Moments after news broke of the Ft. Hood shooting about 4 p.m. last Wednesday, Suzy Sanders began frantically texting her 21-year-old stepson, a soldier stationed at the Army post since fall. His first chilling reply landed at 5:22 p....
  • Wide receiver Jahrvis Davenport from Tampa commits to Maryland

    Wide receiver Jahrvis Davenport from Tampa commits to Maryland
    Ive decided to continue my academic and athletic career at the University Of Maryland! #MarylandPride #GoTerps — jahrvis davenport (@JahrvisD_9) June 20, 2014   Wide receiver Jahrvis Davenport committed to play for the Terps on Friday, he...
  • Thursday's high school tennis roundup: Jamestown's Walter places second in girls 4A state singles

    Jamestown sophomore tennis star Anna Walter took second place in Group 4A at one of many Virginia High School League singles state tournaments held Thursday. Walter began the morning at Liberty University in Lynchburg with a 6-3, 6-2 victory over...
  • Tuesday's high school roundup: Bruton two-sport star Shannon commits to Ball State

    Rising Bruton High senior honor student Carley Shannon committed to attend Ball State, a Division I university in Muncie, Ind., where she plans the rare feat of competing in two sports. “My dream was to play field hockey and run track at the...
  • A Look At Yale's Four Incoming Freshman Basketball Players

    Yale basketball coach James Jones welcomes four new players for the 2013-14 season. The Bulldogs were 14-17, 8-6 in the Ivy Last season (third place). Jones has a talented group coming back. Below is a look at the newcomers provided by Tim Bennett of...
  • Fells aims to catch on in NFL

    Fells aims to catch on in NFL
    When Darren Fells believed his basketball career had reached the end of the line, he merely sprinted up the seam. The former UC Irvine basketball standout who earned second-team All-Big West Conference honors and led the conference in field-goal...
  • Four public university presidents make collective $9.2 million

    Four public university presidents make collective $9.2 million
    Four presidents at public research universities made a collective $9.2 million in fiscal year 2012, with the top earner of the group making much of his money because he was fired, according to a report released Sunday by the Chronicle of Higher Education....
  • UNLV solar house wins for market appeal, Norwich most affordable

    The University of Nevada Las Vegas won the market appeal contest Thursday at the 2013 Solar Decathlon, edging out Vienna University of Technology, Stanford and Czech Technical University in one key phase of the 19-team competition to build the sustainable...
  • Top 10 stories: Change the watchword for sports in 2013

    Top 10 stories: Change the watchword for sports in 2013
    Change filled the sporting landscape in 2013. Some was gradual and incremental, some sudden and profound. Familiar faces were gone, familiar schedules and relationships transformed perhaps for good. How well people and organizations adapt and adjust set...
  • Md. manufacturing job losses outstrip most of U.S.

    Md. manufacturing job losses outstrip most of U.S.
    The General Motors factory in Baltimore, the Solo Cup plant in Owings Mills and the steel mill at Sparrows Point all made things for decades. And all closed in the past 10 years. It's a familiar tale for much of the country. But Maryland's manufacturing...