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  • Before Diamond Stone committed, Terps commit Jaylen Brantley knew his secret

    Before Diamond Stone committed, Terps commit Jaylen Brantley knew his secret
    Jaylen Brantley had kept the secret for a couple of weeks, not telling any of his future teammates at Maryland or even men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon.  The secret was about Diamond Stone. Before Stone told his parents, the Terps coaches and...
  • Five-star center Diamond Stone commits to Maryland

    Five-star center Diamond Stone commits to Maryland
    Robert Stone was at his home in Milwaukee on Friday night when he got a text message from his son, Diamond. “I had dropped him off at his friend's house, and he said, ‘Dad, I'm ready to pick,' " the elder Stone said in a telephone...
  • Tennessee rallies from 17 down

    SPOKANE, Wash. — Cierra Burdick scored 22 points, including four late free throws for the winning points, as Tennessee beat Gonzaga 73-69 in overtime on Saturday to advance to the Spokane Regional final of the NCAA Tournament. Burdick added 15...
  • Cornerback transfer D'Andre Payne glad to be back close to home at Maryland

    Cornerback transfer D'Andre Payne glad to be back close to home at Maryland
    Maryland cornerback D'Andre Payne is back home. A year after leaving H.D. Woodson High in Washington for Tennessee as a four-star prospect, Payne is starting his college career over as a Terp. The 5-9, 180-pound sophomore transferred in January. At...
  • Some early thoughts on Maryland's lineup for 2015-16

    Some early thoughts on Maryland's lineup for 2015-16
    The next Maryland basketball season is eight months away, which means there's plenty of time for the roster to change with a couple of more additions and, given the nature of the business, a couple of possible subtractions. Yet with Friday's stunning...
  • Terps women ready to reignite old rivalry vs. Duke in Sweet 16

    Terps women ready to reignite old rivalry vs. Duke in Sweet 16
    When Laurin Mincy and Brene Moseley committed to play basketball at Maryland, among the first words they heard from their future teammates were: "Beat Duke." These days, Mincy and Moseley are the most seasoned players for the top-seeded Terps (32-2) and...
  • Injured Messi might not play for Argentina today at FedEx Field

    A week of Lionel Messi mania might end in disappointment for more than 50,000 in Landover. With the Barcelona superstar feeling the effects of a foot injury suffered last weekend against Real Madrid, Argentina coach Gerardo Martino said Friday that he...
  • Maryland's Turgeon, Trimble, Wells honored by national coaches

    MARYLAND MEN'S BASKETBALL: Mark Turgeon, Melo Trimble and Dez Wells were honored as the National Association of Basketball Coaches announced Friday the NABC Division I All-District teams and UPS All-District coaches for 2014-15, selected and voted on by...
  • All-Metro Wrestler of the Year

    All-Metro Wrestler of the Year
    McDonogh senior Myles Martin, a repeat choice as All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, is not only one of the best wrestlers in the state, he's also one of the best in the country. Martin dominated Maryland competition en route to his third straight...
  • After two knee surgeries, Laurin Mincy leads Maryland women to Sweet 16

    After two knee surgeries, Laurin Mincy leads Maryland women to Sweet 16
    As shot after shot ripped through the net and her thin blade of a frame bounced around the Xfinity Center court, possessed by some rare electricity, Laurin Mincy felt like the player she was always meant to be. No longer was the Maryland senior...
  • Midseason grades for men's lacrosse

    Midseason grades for men's lacrosse
    It's time to hand out midterm grades for the men's college lacrosse season, and two perennial powers in the state are at opposite ends of the spectrum. Maryland's defense earned an A-plus for it's dominant first half, but Johns Hopkins — staring...