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  • USM Board of Regents approves plan to convert Cole Field House into indoor football facility

    USM Board of Regents approves plan to convert Cole Field House into indoor football facility
    The University System of Maryland Board of Regents on Friday approved plans nearly unanimously to convert Cole Field House into a $155 million indoor football practice facility and academic center. Design of the plans will begin in May, with...
  • Mark Turgeon, Terps rest up for 'really early' 11 a.m. tip-off vs. USC Upstate

    Mark Turgeon, Terps rest up for 'really early' 11 a.m. tip-off vs. USC Upstate
    You've heard of “Breakfast at Wimbledon.” Saturday’s game between No. 19 Maryland and USC Upstate could be called “Brunch at the X." The Terps and Spartans will tip off at 11 a.m., and with final exams starting Monday, the...
  • Maryland's Evan Smotrycz returns to practice, could play Saturday

    After reinjuring the left foot he broke in October and sitting out the past three games, Maryland senior forward Evan Smotrycz could get some minutes Saturday against USC-Upstate if there is no residual pain following his first practice in nearly two...
  • Nationals trade Detwiler to Rangers for minor leaguers

    Nationals trade Detwiler to Rangers for minor leaguers
    The Washington Nationals sent left-hander Ross Detwiler to the pitching-starved Texas Rangers on Thursday for two minor leaguers, an infielder and a pitcher — both at Single-A — pending an exchange of medical information, according to people...
  • No. 4 Penn State spoils Terps wrestling's home opener in competitive Big Ten

    No. 4 Penn State spoils Terps wrestling's home opener in competitive Big Ten
    Shyheim Brown raised his right arm in victory before slapping hands with Maryland wrestling coach Kerry McCoy as he walked off the mat inside Xfinity Center. McCoy and the Terps were disappointed with Thursday's outcome, a 38-3 loss to No. 4 Penn...
  • Maryland kicker Brad Craddock wins Lou Groza Award

    Brad Craddock arrived at Maryland from Australia in 2012 with no experience kicking at a competitive level. Three seasons later, he has been selected as the top kicker in college football. The junior won the Lou Groza Award on Thursday night, given...
  • Big Ten's rough start to season could hurt Terps' NCAA tournament resume

    Big Ten's rough start to season could hurt Terps' NCAA tournament resume
    This has not been a stellar start to the season for the Big Ten. Aside from winning its annual interleague competition with the Atlantic Coast Conference despite its ranked teams going 1-5, Maryland’s new basketball breathren have not exactly...
  • Preview: USC Upstate at Maryland

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: USC Upstate at Maryland Maryland continues to build confidence as it prepares for its first Big Ten campaign and the 20th-ranked Terrapins face another opportunity to grow Saturday when they host USC Upstate. Maryland has...
  • Notes: Turnovers mount for Terps guard Dion Wiley in off-night; Dodd, Graham step up

    Notes: Turnovers mount for Terps guard Dion Wiley in off-night; Dodd, Graham step up
    The change was made just more than two minutes into the first half: Jared Nickens entered the game. Dion Wiley was summoned to Maryland’s bench. Wiley has had some great individual moments during his freshman season with the Terps. Wednesday,...
  • 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,...
  • Terps roll to 67-56 win over North Carolina Central

    Terps roll to 67-56 win over North Carolina Central
    So many times during Mark Turgeon’s first three seasons at Maryland, the Terps played down to the level of their competition. It often resulted in tighter-than-expected victories and, sometimes, shocking defeats. A good sign for Turgeon is that...