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  • Injured Messi might not play for Argentina today at FedEx Field

    A week of Lionel Messi mania might end in disappointment for more than 50,000 in Landover. With the Barcelona superstar feeling the effects of a foot injury suffered last weekend against Real Madrid, Argentina coach Gerardo Martino said Friday that he...
  • Maryland's Turgeon, Trimble, Wells honored by national coaches

    MARYLAND MEN'S BASKETBALL: Mark Turgeon, Melo Trimble and Dez Wells were honored as the National Association of Basketball Coaches announced Friday the NABC Division I All-District teams and UPS All-District coaches for 2014-15, selected and voted on by...
  • Rays to honor the late Don Zimmer before season opener vs. Orioles

    Rays to honor the late Don Zimmer before season opener vs. Orioles
    The Tampa Bay Rays will honor former longtime senior adviser Don Zimmer by retiring uniform No. 66 before their April 6 season opener against the Orioles. Zimmer spent 2004 to 2014 with the Rays. It was his longest stint in his 66 years with 14 major...
  • As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'

    As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'
    A year ago, the exodus was about to begin at Maryland. Five scholarship players with remaining eligibility left the program after a 17-15 season that concluded with the Terps failing to reach the postseason for the second time in Mark Turgeon's three...
  • Terps guard Melo Trimble suffered concussion in loss to West Virginia

    Terps guard Melo Trimble suffered concussion in loss to West Virginia
    UPDATE (7:25): Maryland point guard Melo Trimble suffered a concussion Sunday night against West Virginia, a men's basketball team spokesman said Monday night, and will continue to be monitored. Trimble was cleared to fly back to College Park with the...
  • Maryland freshmen Melo Trimble and Jared Nickens no wallflowers at their first Big Dance

    Maryland freshmen Melo Trimble and Jared Nickens no wallflowers at their first Big Dance
    Ever since they kept Maryland competitive against Virginia in early December despite the absence of injured star Dez Wells, Mark Turgeon's freshmen have saved the Terps on numerous occasions. Friday night, two of the freshmen helped fourth-seeded...
  • Brenda Frese and Mark Turgeon are mutual admirers as their Maryland teams prepare for March Madness

    Brenda Frese and Mark Turgeon are mutual admirers as their Maryland teams prepare for March Madness
    Mark Turgeon was on the phone, recruiting, the first few times Brenda Frese ducked into his office to greet her new coaching colleague at the University of Maryland. So when he found a free minute, he walked down the hall and stuck his head into Frese's...
  • Remaining 'unselfish' key to Terps' offense

    Remaining 'unselfish' key to Terps' offense
    Just as Maryland coach Mark Turgeon had to make personnel adjustments in his starting lineup and rotation when faced with early-season injuries and midseason slumps, there were times when he also had to tweak his offense. As efficient as the Terps...
  • In Valparaiso, Terps will see a similar team on Friday

    In Valparaiso, Terps will see a similar team on Friday
    The team Maryland is scheduled to face Friday in the 2015 NCAA tournament in Columbus, Ohio, came into the season thought to be too inexperienced to be competitive in its league. As the season went on, and as injuries to key players piled up, the team's...
  • Terps lose momentum in second half, but still beat Rutgers, 60-50

    Terps lose momentum in second half, but still beat Rutgers, 60-50
    With a chance to clinch at least second place in the Big Ten with a sixth straight victory, 10th-ranked Maryland seemed to have lost its momentum midway through the second half Tuesday night against the league's worst team at the Rutgers Athletic Center....
  • With heavy heart, Richaud Pack seeks early-season form for Terps

    With heavy heart, Richaud Pack seeks early-season form for Terps
    In an age when athletes dye their hair to change their luck or enhance their image, Maryland guard Richaud Pack went blonde this week to support his team. Not the Terps, who left for Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday in advance of the program's first NCAA...