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  • With Damion Lee picking Louisville, Terps look to two current guards and a transfer to fill spot

    With Damion Lee picking Louisville, Terps look to two current guards and a transfer to fill spot
    After Drexel transfer Damion Lee tweeted recently that Maryland was among the five schools where he was considering finishing his college basketball career next season, many thought College Park was the likely landing spot for the shooting guard from...
  • Picture of NCAA tournament field starts to get clearer

    Picture of NCAA tournament field starts to get clearer
    This weekend brings us one step closer to "Mayhem," otherwise known as the NCAA lacrosse tournament that begins in earnest the second weekend of May. Conference races are tight and, in reality, the league tournaments are just an extension of the NCAA...
  • Issue of satellite camps spins out of control

    Issue of satellite camps spins out of control
      Members of the Power 5 conferences are at odds and the discontent centers around the issue of satellite camps. According to NCAA rules, schools are only permitted to host football camps on campus or within a 50-mile radius of the school’s...
  • Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating

    Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating
    NEW YORK (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert is glad the Big Ten has sparked a discussion about freshman ineligibility, even though it is an idea fraught with potential pitfalls. Emmert spoke at a meeting of Associated Press Sports Editors on...
  • Pete Rose allowed to participate in All-Star game events

    Pete Rose allowed to participate in All-Star game events
    Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said banished star Pete Rose can participate in this summer's all-star game in Cincinnati. … WNBA star Brittney Griner and her fiance Glory Johnson, also a WNBA player, were arrested for suspicion of assault in a...
  • AP Interview: WADA exec disappointed by no Armstrong apology

    The director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency is disappointed Lance Armstrong has not apologized for costly and time-consuming lawsuits before the former cycling champion admitted using performance-enhancing drugs. In an interview at The...
  • Postscript from Army at Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse

    Postscript from Army at Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse
    Eight members of the 2015 graduating class are credited with helping Loyola Maryland go 51-16 during their careers, but that is of little consolation because, for the first time since 2011, that group will not participate in the NCAA tournament. That...
  • Converted Terps wrestler Spencer Myers, several other local players working out for Redskins today, sources say

    Converted Terps wrestler Spencer Myers, several other local players working out for Redskins today, sources say
    Maryland All-American wrestler and defensive lineman Spencer Myers is working out for the Washington Redskins today at their local prospect day, according to sources. Other Maryland players slated to work out for the Redskins today include linebackers...
  • Purdue's A.J. Hammons defers NBA 'dream' to pursue team goals

    Purdue's A.J. Hammons defers NBA 'dream' to pursue team goals
    When A.J. Hammons informed coach Matt Painter of his decision to return to Purdue for his senior season, Painter had a relatively subdued reaction. The 7-foot center's interpretation? Keep working, and make those desired strides after remaining in...
  • Court denies Todd McNair's motion to dismiss NCAA appeal

    Court denies Todd McNair's motion to dismiss NCAA appeal
    A California appellate court denied Todd McNair's motion to dismiss the NCAA's appeal Tuesday in the former USC running backs coach's defamation lawsuit. The ruling from the 2nd Court of Appeal didn't elaborate on the decision. After the court ruled...
  • Clippers have one but job is a long way from being done against Spurs

    Clippers have one but job is a long way from being done against Spurs
    If this is the Clippers' one shining moment, then it won't be much of a playoff run. They have won the opener of a first-round series against the defending NBA champions, so big whoop-de-do. "This is not the NCAA tournament," Clippers Coach Doc Rivers...