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  • Maryland men's lacrosse defense is too much for Princeton in 11-4 win

    In a men's lacrosse matchup that pitted one of Division I's top offenses against its stingiest defense, Maryland's defense had the final — and most emphatic — word. The No. 9 Terps held No. 10 Princeton to more than 10 goals below its season...
  • Maryland faces long Vegas odds in NCAA tournament

    Maryland faces long Vegas odds in NCAA tournament
    The fourth seed in the Midwest Region and a tough NCAA tournament draw mean Maryland men's basketball faces long odds in the betting market when it comes to winning the national championship. The best odds I could find in a brief look today for Maryland...
  • Terps women enter Big Ten quarterfinal against Michigan State with strength in reserve

    Terps women enter Big Ten quarterfinal against Michigan State with strength in reserve
    During the most important stages of any game in her high school career, Brene Moseley always had the ball in her hands. There was, for instance, the time she scored 17 points as a freshman in Paint Branch's victory in the Class 4A state title game, one of...
  • As March Madness looms, Maryland basketball's success reminds supporters of glory years

    As March Madness looms, Maryland basketball's success reminds supporters of glory years
    It's not hard to pinpoint the moment when Maryland men's basketball fans felt their team's present connect to its glorious past. The date was Feb. 24. The opponent was mighty Wisconsin. The final score was 59-53, Terps. A sellout crowd surged onto the...
  • Disappointment, excitement as Terps learn NCAA tournament seeding

    Disappointment, excitement as Terps learn NCAA tournament seeding
    When construction began on the Montgomery County house Mark Turgeon and his wife, Ann, built for their three children last summer, the Maryland basketball team was in the midst of a major renovation after a disappointing 17-15 season. It seemed only...
  • Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament

    Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament
    The tallest Maryland men's basketball fan at United Center sat nearly anonymously in the crowd for Saturday’s Big Ten Conference tournament semifinal against Michigan State, dressed in a red-and-black beanie and a red warmup jacket, rooting for a...
  • Blast to host Flash on Friday in opener of MASL finals

    Blast to host Flash on Friday in opener of MASL finals
    The Blast will begin the Major Arena Soccer League finals by hosting the Monterrey Flash at 7:35 p.m. Friday at Royal Farms Arena. Game 2 and a Game 3 15-minute minigame, if necessary, will be played at Monterrey on Sunday at 6 p.m. The Blast advanced...
  • One last look at bracket projections on Selection Sunday

    One last look at bracket projections on Selection Sunday
    It's been about two months since we started charting where the Terps fell on the latest NCAA tournament bracket projections, and finally Selection Sunday has arrived. We started these posts looking at a hypothetical Round of 32 game between Maryland and...
  • After perfect Big Ten debut, Terps women hoping for No. 1 seed

    After perfect Big Ten debut, Terps women hoping for No. 1 seed
    The No. 4 Maryland women's basketball team has had plenty to celebrate over the past few weeks. Among the highlights were an 18-0 record in Big Ten Conference play, a regular-season title and a conference tournament championship in the Terps' inaugural...
  • Terps deserved better draw in NCAA tournament, but they didn't help themselves

    Terps deserved better draw in NCAA tournament, but they didn't help themselves
    There is some righteous outrage in the Mid-Atlantic region after Maryland's men's basketball team was stuck into the Midwest bracket of the NCAA tournament as a fourth seed. Nice of the selection committee to not only downgrade the Terps from what many...
  • Terps will be No. 4 seed in first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010

    Terps will be No. 4 seed in first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010
    This was part of the reason Mark Turgeon took the Maryland coaching job four years ago to succeed retiring future Hall of Famer Gary Williams. It was part of the reason Jake Layman stayed in College Park last spring after three players he was...