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  • Regional Digest: Trinity's Greason D-III Coach Of Year

    Trinity Hockey's Greason Named D-III Coach Of Year Trinity College hockey coach Matt Greason has been honored as the United States College Hockey Online (USCHO.com) Division III Coach of the Year. Greason, a 2003 graduate of Trinity, guided the Bantams...
  • Roundup: No. 1 Terps rout Rutgers, 17-5, in women's lacrosse

    Roundup: No. 1 Terps rout Rutgers, 17-5, in women's lacrosse
    Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) scored five goals to power top-ranked Maryland past Rutgers, 17-5, on Saturday. The Terps improved to 12-0 and 2-0 in the Big Ten Conference; the Scarlet Knights fell to 1-12, 0-2. The host Terps' 17 goals tied the team's...
  • Separating the contenders from the pretenders

    Separating the contenders from the pretenders
    There are 69 teams in Division I men's lacrosse, but just a handful are true contenders for the national championship. The schools in the middle of the pack (no. 25-55) are separated by millimeters, with winning one-goal games so important. New...
  • No. 20 Johns Hopkins women defeat UMBC, 12-6, for seventh straight win

    No. 20 Johns Hopkins women defeat UMBC, 12-6, for seventh straight win
    Freshman Emily Kenul handed out a game- and career-best four assists, and sophomore Alexis Maffucci had a hat trick to lead the No. 20 Johns Hopkins women to a 12-6 win over host UMBC on Wednesday. The Blue Jays won their seventh straight game to...
  • Hartford Baseball Team Looking To Turn It Around

    Hartford Baseball Team Looking To Turn It Around
    WEST HARTFORD – Through the first five bitterly cold, and largely inconsistent, weeks of the season, Hartford baseball coach Justin Blood has seen the pitching, hitting and defense necessary for his program to take the next step – but rarely...
  • Terps' Lexie Brown 3rd-team All-American

    Maryland sophomore guard Lexie Brown was named to the Associated Press All-America third team Tuesday. She averages 13.4 points per game and leads the Final Four-bound team in assists (4.5) and steals (2.2) per game. She also leads the Terps with 67 3-...
  • UMBC men's lacrosse midfielder Pat Young takes rare achievement in stride

    UMBC men's lacrosse midfielder Pat Young takes rare achievement in stride
    With his second of five goals in UMBC’s 18-7 demolition of Lafayette on Friday night, midfielder Pat Young became just the program’s eighth Division I player to reach the 100-point mark for his career as a junior, joining a group that includes...
  • Starting attackman Drew Borsody to miss rest of season for UMBC men's lacrosse

    Starting attackman Drew Borsody to miss rest of season for UMBC men's lacrosse
    UMBC will tackle the rest of the America East portion of its schedule without starting attackman Drew Borsody. The senior suffered a broken collarbone in the first quarter of Friday’s 18-7 rout of Lafayette at UMBC Stadium in Catonsville, and...
  • The week ahead for Md. men's teams

    No. 8 Maryland (4-1) Coming up: at No. 15 Villanova, Saturday, 1 p.m. Comment: The Terps have not lost in eight games against the Wildcats. With nine ground balls in Saturday's 11-4 victory over then-No. 10 Princeton, senior faceoff specialist Charlie...
  • UMBC, Mount St. Mary's women fall in conference basketball tournaments

    UMBC, Mount St. Mary's women fall in conference basketball tournaments
    UMBC shot 16 percent in the first half of its America East Conference tournament semifinal matchup against second-seeded Albany (23-8) and could not recover in a season-ending 66-37 loss at Binghamton. The sixth-seeded Retrievers (12-19) were led by 11...
  • Connections: Former Winter Park standout makes most of time at MIT

    Connections: Former Winter Park standout makes most of time at MIT
    Since leaving Winter Park as a two-time all-area water polo Player of the Year, Ory Tasman has been busy. As a freshman at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he saw a lecture given by the Dalai Lama, which he called "the biggest non-athletic...