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  • State men: Loyola Maryland falls to Texas Tech in father-son match

    State men: Loyola Maryland falls to Texas Tech in father-son match
    Tubby Smith has 526 wins in his illustrious coaching career, and now he has one over his eldest son after leading Texas Tech to a 71-59 victory over Loyola Maryland in a season opener on Friday night at United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock. Freshman...
  • Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey

    Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey
    College field hockey Terps roll, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs Senior Steffi Schneid scored twice, leading host Maryland to a 5-1 field hockey win over Princeton in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Terps' other goals were scored by senior...
  • With Jimmy Patsos returning to play Loyola, 'it's going to be fun'

    With Jimmy Patsos returning to play Loyola, 'it's going to be fun'
    On the same day Ralph Friedgen returns to Maryland as offensive coordinator of the Rutgers football team, another local coaching personality will be back on familiar ground. Jimmy Patsos will take his Siena basketball team Saturday night into Reitz...
  • Against former team, Patsos leads Siena over Loyola Maryland

    Against former team, Patsos leads Siena over Loyola Maryland
    The applause and cheers that earlier filled Reitz Arena on Saturday night turned into screaming and a near-fight during an emotionally charged return for former Loyola Maryland and current Siena men's basketball coach Jimmy Patsos. In a matchup...
  • Morgan State falls to Virginia Tech, 83-63, in men's basketball

    After taking an early lead, the visiting Morgan State men's basketball team could not stop Virginia Tech guard Adam Smith, who hit six 3-pointers and finished with 22 points in the Hokies' 83-63 victory Sunday. Guard Devin Wilson had 10 points, seven...
  • National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inducts four locals

    National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inducts four locals
    The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame welcomed eight new members Saturday night at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley: Stan Cockerton, Jay Jalbert, Fallston's Erin Brown Millon, Baltimore's Steve Mitchell, Pikesville's Michele Uhlfelder, Baltimore's Peter G....
  • Blast adds Forbess, Saunders as season nears

    Blast adds Forbess, Saunders as season nears
    Indoor soccer Blast adds Forbess, Saunders as season nears The Blast signed defender Kaoru Forbess (Maryland), who had six points last season for the Harrisburg Heat of the Premier Arena Soccer League, and goalkeeper Phil Saunders (UMBC, Perry Hall)...
  • Capitals dealt fourth loss in row

    Capitals dealt fourth loss in row
    NHL Shane Doan had a pair of goals and an assist as the Arizona Coyotes beat the Capitals, 6-5, Sunday night, rallying for their first road victory and handing Washington its fourth straight loss. The Capitals, who blew a 3-1 advantage, mounted a late...
  • Maryland's Trimble on watch list for Bob Cousy Award

     Maryland's Trimble on watch list for Bob Cousy Award
    College basketball   Maryland freshman guard Melo Trimble has been named to the watch list of candidates for the Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award, named for the Hall of Famer and former Boston Celtic. Trimble, 6 feet 3, from Upper...
  • Roger Brown headed to Black College Football Hall of Fame

    Roger Brown headed to Black College Football Hall of Fame
    College football Roger Brown headed to Black College Hall of Fame Roger Brown, who played defensive tackle at Maryland State, now UMES, will be inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame on Feb. 28 in Atlanta. Brown spent 10 seasons in...
  • Selling the program is half the job for new coaches like Coppin State's Michael Grant

    Selling the program is half the job for new coaches like Coppin State's Michael Grant
    Michael Grant's formal title at Coppin State is men's basketball head coach, but he also answers to several other labels: promoter, fundraiser, politician, barker. "Anything that's done with people, I have the title," Grant said half-jokingly. While...