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  • Hurley seeking to continue success in major championships

    Hurley seeking to continue success in major championships
    Billy Hurley III has never missed the cut at a major golf championship. Of course, that's a small sample size. Hurley qualified for the U.S. Open and British Open last season and made the weekend in both events. The Naval Academy graduate tied for...
  • UAB football drama shows deep love of the game in Alabama

    UAB football drama shows deep love of the game in Alabama
    Tony Barnhart was asked to speak at a charity event in Mobile, Ala., a couple of weeks ago but faced a conflict. The veteran sportswriter from Georgia, author of "Southern Fried Football," was scheduled to be in Florida to cover the annual...
  • Nick Hardy develops into U.S. Open qualifier, role model

    Nick Hardy develops into U.S. Open qualifier, role model
    On the first tee box at Valley Lo Club, Nick Hardy stood in front of his four playing partners, waving his wedge with his left hand back and forth, like a mini practice swing, in preparation for the opening shot of the tournament. Positioned to Hardy'...
  • East Stroudsburg University names Diane Decker head women's basketball coach

    Diane Decker, a former assistant coach and interim head coach at East Stroudsburg University, has been named the Warriors' head women's basketball coach, the university has announced through a press release. Decker comes to ESU from Bloomsburg...
  • College Roundup: Maryland women's basketball standout transferring

    College Roundup: Maryland women's basketball standout transferring
    MARYLAND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Maryland coach Brenda Frese announced Tuesday that rising junior Lexie Brown has been granted her release in order to transfer from the Terps. Brown averaged 13.3 points per game and was named to the All-Big Ten First Team...
  • Eager to win at Northwestern, Chris Collins isn't going anywhere

    Eager to win at Northwestern, Chris Collins isn't going anywhere
    In the mind of his boss, one of Chris Collins' best coaching moves last season came when he was delegating, not actually coaching. Here was the situation: Northwestern was down three to Michigan at home with 7.7 seconds to play in overtime. "My eyes...
  • Star point guard Lexie Brown to transfer from Maryland

    Star point guard Lexie Brown to transfer from Maryland
    The Maryland women's basketball team will be without its starting point guard for the past two seasons after the surprising announcement that Lexie Brown is transferring. Nicknamed "Big Shot Brown" by teammates for her knack of making clutch baskets,...
  • Denver tops Terps as goalie leads way for Pioneers

    Denver tops Terps as goalie leads way for Pioneers
    PHILADELPHIA — Eight goalies were selected as Division I All-Americans this season. Denver keeper Ryan LaPlante was not among them, which seems a bit hard to believe considering his performance in Monday's Division I national championship game....
  • Terps freshman Megan Whittle caps high-scoring season with big performance in final

    Terps freshman Megan Whittle caps high-scoring season with big performance in final
    If Megan Whittle hadn’t been forced to sit in a chair for the press conference after Maryland won the NCAA women’s lacrosse championship Sunday night, she might still have been jumping up and down. The freshman didn’t hold back her...
  • Denver beats Maryland 10-5 for 1st NCAA men's lacrosse title

    Denver beats Maryland 10-5 for 1st NCAA men's lacrosse title
    PHILADELPHIA — When Bill Tierney left Princeton for the University of Denver, he knew and understood he would face some criticism. Tierney won six titles in men's lacrosse with the Tigers, but he left to build something with the Pioneers. On...
  • At Maryland Pride Tour event, Terps coaches stress importance of Baltimore

    At Maryland Pride Tour event, Terps coaches stress importance of Baltimore
    The next-to-last stop on this summer's Maryland Pride Tour hit the Inner Harbor on Thursday night, and the message from Randy Edsall, Mark Turgeon and Brenda Frese was consistent: Baltimore is an important part of the athletic department's growth. Aside...