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  • Girls hoops blog | Unfamiliar territory for H-F

    Girls hoops blog | Unfamiliar territory for H-F
    One of the least-familiar teams in the area happens to be a consensus choice as one of the best in the state — Homewood-Flossmoor. The Vikings, under the direction of former Bolingbrook coach Tony Smith, played just three of their first 11 games...
  • UConn Men's Roster: A Closer Look

    UConn Men's Roster: A Closer Look
    Ryan Boatright, No. 11 6-0 G JR., Aurora, Ill. Always exciting, interesting on the court (15.4 ppg). Looking to play more under control and improve on 33.3 pct. three-point shooting. Amida Brimah, No. 35 7-0 C FR., Accra, Ghana Averaged 7.2 blocks...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college roundup: CNU takes Capital volleyball tournament title, but two other CNU teams fall in finals

    Women’s volleyball: Rachel Conway had 38 assists and freshman Briana Sutton from Jamestown High added 12 kills Saturday to lead Christopher Newport past Salisbury 25-19, 25-20, 25-22 in the Capital Athletic Conference tournament championship match...
  • Terps squeeze out 56-52 win over Providence to win Paradise Jam tournament

    Terps squeeze out 56-52 win over Providence to win Paradise Jam tournament
    The Maryland men’s basketball team came here last week with its collective confidence shaken. Coming off a home defeat to Oregon State last Sunday, the Terps arrived with an urgency to put their early-season problems behind them at the Paradise Jam....
  • Dez Wells doesn't let the moment pass as Terps win the Paradise Jam championship

    Dez Wells doesn't let the moment pass as Terps win the Paradise Jam championship
    The moment had passed more than three weeks ago for Dez Wells and Maryland. Had Wells hit one of the two shots he missed in the closing seconds of Maryland’s one-point loss to then-No. 18 Connecticut in the season opener at the Barclays Center...
  • Thoughts and observations on the day after the Terps' win over Providence

    Thoughts and observations on the day after the Terps' win over Providence
    A few thoughts and observations from Maryland's 56-52 win over Providence in the championship game of the Paradise Jam tournament: ** Amid the celebration early Tuesday morning at the University of Virgin Islands' Sports and Fitness Center, Maryland...
  • High expectations for Burbank boys' basketball teams

    High expectations for Burbank boys' basketball teams
    The expectations for the upcoming boys' basketball season are high for three of the four local teams, as Burroughs High, Burbank and Bellarmine-Jefferson each believe that a league championship, or a top-three finish in league, is possible. The other...
  • After 'business' trip, Terps basketball comes back with a winning keepsake

    ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands — For a group that came here on what its coach called a "business" trip, the Maryland men's basketball team certainly found plenty of opportunities for pleasure during its six-day stay at the Paradise Jam. There...
  • Archbishop Curley grad Michael Sauers contributing for Maryland men's soccer

    Archbishop Curley grad Michael Sauers contributing for Maryland men's soccer
    Senior forward Patrick Mullins is the face of Maryland men’s soccer – and for good reason. The reigning Hermann Trophy winner is tied for first in Division I in points with 38 and tied for third in the country in goals with 15. But...
  • Subtle snubs for Maryland, UMBC and Navy as NCAA men's soccer bracket unveiled

    Subtle snubs for Maryland, UMBC and Navy as NCAA men's soccer bracket unveiled
    The NCAA men’s soccer selection committee did not do any favors for Maryland, UMBC and Navy. All three programs earned automatic bids to the 48-team field by winning their respective conference tournaments, but each school has a legitimate gripe...
  • Maryland men's soccer looking forward to first-round bye in NCAA tournament

    Maryland men's soccer looking forward to first-round bye in NCAA tournament
    One of the benefits of earning a seed in the NCAA men’s soccer tournament is a first-round bye. So while 32 teams battle in Thursday’s first round, the other 16 teams can sit back and rest. It is a reward that No. 5 seed Maryland (13-3-5)...