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  • Balanced scoring leads No. 14 Maryland women past Coppin State, 110-51

    Balanced scoring leads No. 14 Maryland women past Coppin State, 110-51
    No. 14 Maryland cruised past host Coppin State, 110-51, in women's basketball on Sunday, with six Terps scoring in double figures in their final nonconference game. Junior Brene Moseley led Maryland with 18 points, eight assists and three steals....
  • Juvenile races at Laurel draw large fields

    Juvenile races at Laurel draw large fields
    Big fields are entered in stakes for 2-year olds Friday and Saturday at Laurel Park: the Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship and the Maryland Juvenile Futurity. Thirteen fillies go in Friday's race and 12 colts and geldings are listed in Saturday's...
  • Sacred Heart Guard Broome Red Hot From The Floor

    In a recent five-game stretch, Sacred Heart guard Cane Broome, a freshman from East Hartford, made 37 of 53 field goals (69.8 percent) and scored 100 points. Few, if any, players in the nation were as productive or efficient over that 18-day span, when...
  • Hartford Men's Basketball Drops Conference Opener At Vermont

    BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Hartford men dropped an 81-69 decision to Vermont in its America East opener on the road Wednesday night. Senior Mark Nwakamma and junior Taylor Dyson scored 19 points each to pace the Hawks, who dip to 5-2 with their second-...
  • UMBC men's soccer unfazed by facing third seeded opponent in fourth NCAA tournament game

    UMBC men's soccer unfazed by facing third seeded opponent in fourth NCAA tournament game
    For the third time in four NCAA Division I tournament games, UMBC will face the unenviable task of knocking off a seeded opponent when the team clashes with No. 12 seed Creighton (16-3-2) in a quarterfinal contest Friday night at Morrison Stadium in...
  • United's Espindola faces six-game suspension

    United's Espindola faces six-game suspension
    Major League Soccer Fabian Espindola, D.C. United's most influential attacker during this renaissance season at RFK Stadium, is facing a six-game suspension from MLS for shoving an assistant referee after the playoff finale last month, sources...
  • In Home Opener, Central Beats UMBC, 65-53

    NEW BRITAIN — Within the 40 minutes of Wednesday's game and all the numbers in the box score it produced, there were plenty of things that Central Connecticut coach Howie Dickenman would like to improve upon. Still, the Blue Devils earned the...
  • It Turns Out, Returning To Wesleyan Was Right Move For Whalen

    It Turns Out, Returning To Wesleyan Was Right Move For Whalen
    Upon returning to his alma mater as Wesleyan football coach in 2010, Mike Whalen's first task was to make sure there was a sense of priority. The Cardinals weren't going to become relevant in the NESCAC unless the mission was viewed as important by...
  • After starting over, UMBC defender Marquez Fernandez is nearing top

    After starting over, UMBC defender Marquez Fernandez is nearing top
    In the winter of his discontent, Marquez Fernandez clung to a blanket of stress. He found no comfort. For as the Maryland men's soccer team's 2012 season spilled into December and a College Cup appearance, what had led him to College Park — talent,...
  • Jockey Lauralea Glaser rallies at Laurel to win in her first race

    Jockey Lauralea Glaser rallies at Laurel to win in her first race
    Laurel Park Apprentice jockey Lauralea Glaser, 20, made her riding debut in Wednesday's second race at Laurel Park, rallying from last aboard Breezy Girl to earn her first lifetime win. "It doesn't get better than this," said Glaser, a 20-year-old...
  • Hartford Women's Soccer Seeks NCAA Appearance

    Hartford Women's Soccer Seeks NCAA Appearance
    The Hartford women's soccer team finished atop the America East standings and feels good about an upcoming opportunity to return to the NCAA Tournament. It has become habit for the Hawks to establish momentum heading into the postseason. Hartford has...