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  • College lacrosse roundup: Towson men top Drexel, 11-8, head to CAA title game

    College lacrosse roundup: Towson men top Drexel, 11-8, head to CAA title game
    Behind career days from Ryan Drenner (Westminster) and Justin Mabus, third-seeded Towson advanced to its seventh Colonial Athletic Association championship game in men's lacrosse by beating No. 2 seed Drexel (7-8), 11-8, at Fairfield University on...
  • Sports Comment: Loyola sets standard for Patriot League women's lacrosse

    Sports Comment: Loyola sets standard for Patriot League women's lacrosse
    Navy coach Cindy Timchal said all the right things during the post-game press conference following Sunday afternoon's Patriot League Tournament women's lacrosse final. Timchal gave full credit to a "really, really tough" Loyola team and talked about how...
  • Michael Jordan rookie shoes sell for more than $71K at auction

    Michael Jordan rookie shoes sell for more than $71K at auction
    A pair of Nike Air Ships that Michael Jordan wore during his rookie season have sold for $71,553, according to an auction house. It's the second biggest haul for a pair of Jordan or NBA shoes, coming in second to the Bulls legend's "flu game" sneakers...
  • Men's lacrosse roundup: Towson rallies but falls to Drexel, 11-10

    Men's lacrosse roundup: Towson rallies but falls to Drexel, 11-10
    Drexel took a two-goal lead with 4 minutes, 10 seconds left and held off a rally to upset No. 16 Towson, 11-10, on Saturday in men's lacrosse. The host Tigers (9-5, 3-2 Colonial Athletic Association) trailed 7-2 at halftime and rallied in the second...
  • On The Fly: Nets Aren't Ready To Be Counted Out

     On The Fly: Nets Aren't Ready To Be Counted Out
    The Nets weren't going to exit the NBA playoffs with a whimper, though pics showing about 14 people in the Barclays Center just before the start of their playoff game Saturday made the rounds on Twitter and indicated their fans were ready to move on....
  • After 22 years off, Terps and Hoyas on schedule for next two

    Shortly after Mark Turgeon took over at Maryland in 2011, he called John Thompson III at Georgetown. Turgeon wanted the Terps to play the Hoyas for the first time in years, but knew it would be some time before his team would be on the same level as...
  • Big Ten, Big East matchups set for Gavitt Tipoff

    Big Ten, Big East matchups set for Gavitt Tipoff
    The Big East and Big Ten conferences announced matchups on Wednesday for the inaugural Gavitt Tipoff games next season. Illinois will play at Providence on Nov. 18, the first meeting since the 2003-04 season. DePaul heads to Penn State on Nov. 17 with a...
  • Simpkins recalls last Maryland-Georgetown game

    Simpkins recalls last Maryland-Georgetown game
    For good reason, Duane Simpkins can remember the last regularly scheduled Maryland-Georgetown game “like it was yesterday.” The former Terps point guard also has clear memories of his game-winning shot to beat the Hoyas in overtime at USAir...
  • Lacrosse roundup: BU women win, get Loyola next

    Lacrosse roundup: BU women win, get Loyola next
    Ally Adams (Severna Park) scored twice, including the game-winner with 2:25 left, to lift host Boston University (8-8) to an 8-7 victory over Lehigh (9-8) in a Patriot League quarterfinal Tuesday. Boston University advances to face host Loyola Maryland in...
  • Terps reportedly to play Georgetown next season

    Terps reportedly to play Georgetown next season
    A Washington television station is reporting that Maryland will meet Georgetown in the inaugural Gavitt Games early next season. WUSA-TV (Channel 9) reported that a date and location have not been announced, but a source familiar with the situation said...
  • Men's lacrosse roundup: No. 1 Notre Dame edges No. 2 UNC; No. 3 Terps rally, win in OT

     Men's lacrosse roundup: No. 1 Notre Dame edges No. 2 UNC; No. 3 Terps rally, win in OT
    Matt Kavanagh scored the game-winning goal with seven seconds left to lift No. 1 Notre Dame over No. 2 North Carolina, 15-14, on Saturday. The victory clinched the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title for the Fighting Irish, who have won six...