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  • Fast start helped UMBC men's lacrosse beat Hartford, gain ground in America East

    Fast start helped UMBC men's lacrosse beat Hartford, gain ground in America East
    Any worries coach Don Zimmerman had about how UMBC would respond after a surprising loss to America East rival disappeared in the first 15 minutes of Saturday’s game against visiting Hartford. The Retrievers outscored the Hawks, 7-2, in the...
  • Hartford Women's Soccer Coach John Natale Among Finalists For Providence Job; Hartford Initiates Contract Discussions In Meantime

    Hartford women's soccer coach John Natale is a finalist for the vacant job at Providence College, according to sources. Hartford, however, has initiated contract discussions in an effort to keep Natale with the Hawks well into the future. Athletic...
  • State hoops: Loyola men overtake Navy late, 67-65

    Navy held a single-digit lead for most of the game Saturday before Loyola Maryland edged ahead in the last five minutes for a 67-65 victory, breaking a six-game losing streak with its first Patriot League road win of the season. Franz Rassman led the...
  • Hartford Defeats Binghamton In Regular Season Finale; Hawks No. 3 Seed In America East Tournament

    WEST HARTFORD – The Hartford men’s basketball team wrapped up the regular season Sunday afternoon with a 67-56 victory over Maryland-Baltimore County before a crowd of 1,679 at Chase Family Arena. While a 24-point lead was shaved to nine...
  • State hoops: No. 9 Terps women rout Hokies, 87-48

    State hoops: No. 9 Terps women rout Hokies, 87-48
    Roughly an hour and a half before tip-off Sunday afternoon, fans began arriving on foot, in cars and by the busload at Comcast Center. They came expecting to see senior Alyssa Thomas make a run at the all-time scoring record in Maryland women's basketball...
  • UMBC's Rodney Elliott has no problem making his own name

    UMBC's Rodney Elliott has no problem making his own name
    The game was over for everyone, except Rodney Elliott Jr. His team down by 20 points with time quickly evaporating, Elliott Jr. came off the bench determined. He brought the crowd to its feet, sinking eight consecutive 3-pointers and sending his team...
  • Hartford Junior Mark Nwakamma Named First-Team All-America East For Second Time

    Hartford junior forward Mark Nwakamma was named to the America East first team for the second season in a row. Nwakamma averages team-highs of 15.1 points and 5.9 rebounds, which are, respectively, third and sixth in the conference. He is joined on...
  • UMBC women end season with 61-49 loss to Stony Brook in America East quarterfinal

    Sara Tarbert scored 17 points, but it wasn't enough for seventh-seeded UMBC (4-25), whose season ended with a 61-49 loss to second-seeded Stony Brook (23-7) in the America East quarterfinals Friday in Albany, N.Y. Tarbert, the American East Rookie of...
  • Towson's Four McGlynn starting to be known as a postseason big shot

    Towson's Four McGlynn starting to be known as a postseason big shot
    Pat Skerry didn't sound surprised that sophomore guard Four McGlynn had his best game in a Towson uniform in Saturday night’s Colonial Athletic Association tournament quarterfinal victory over James Madison. As the Tigers coach reminded the media,...
  • State hoops: Mount St. Mary's men advance to NEC tournament championship

    Mount St. Mary's defeated second-seeded Wagner, 77-72, in the Northeast Conference tournament semifinals at the Spiro Sports Center on Saturday. Rashad Whack led the Mountaineers with 21 points. The Mount used an 8-0 run to close the first half to...
  • Hartford Loses America East Semifinal To Stony Brook

    ALBANY – Hartford kept finding answers Sunday night, mostly off the fingertips of Corban Wroe, whose three-pointers staked to the Hawks to an early lead and helped them nearly pull of an epic comeback. But in a tough, intense game, the answers ran...