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  • Towson at Navy: Three things to watch

    Towson at Navy: Three things to watch
    These two sides have split the last six meetings, but Navy won last year’s contest, 10-6, at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Towson (2-4) is still smarting from a 10-9 overtime setback to Marist last Friday night in which neither team scored in the fourth...
  • Hofstra at Towson: Three things to watch

    Hofstra at Towson: Three things to watch
    Hofstra owns a 24-18 lead against its Colonial Athletic Association rival, but Towson ended a four-game losing skid with a 10-9 decision in double overtime last year. The No. 19 Pride (6-3, 1-1 in the CAA) have quality wins against No. 1 Notre Dame and...
  • Towson men hang on for 7-6 victory over No. 19 Hofstra

    Towson men hang on for 7-6 victory over No. 19 Hofstra
    Towson coach Shawn Nadelen knew the sort of team he had in the preseason. The defense was inexperienced and certainly wasn't deep. And so the Tigers needed to rely upon goalie Andrew Wascavage perhaps more than even he realized. The senior continued...
  • Dwindling roster numbers force Friends football to forfeit Friday's game

    Dwindling roster numbers force Friends football to forfeit Friday's game
    The Friends football team will forfeit Friday afternoon’s scheduled game against St. Frances because the Quakers don’t have enough players, Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association officials announced Wednesday. “Friends was down...
  • This week in sports Oct. 28-Nov. 3

    This week in sports Oct. 28-Nov. 3
    Oct. 31, 1995: The Orioles name former player Davey Johnson as manager a year after passing him over for Phil Regan, who led the Birds to a 71-73 finish. "I felt like there were a lot of stupid people out there," Johnson says of the snub, conceding that...
  • MIAA A Conference football quarterfinals set

    MIAA A Conference football quarterfinals set
    Times have been set for the MIAA A Conference football quarterfinal games, which will both be played Saturday. McDonogh will play at Loyola at 2:30 p.m., and Mount St. Joseph will travel to Archbishop Spalding at 6 p.m. This marks the first time all the...
  • Ravens fan of the week: 'Fired Up' fires up the crowd

    Ravens fan of the week: 'Fired Up' fires up the crowd
    When Chip Riley urges Ravens fans to get fired up, he knows whereof he speaks. A 25-year veteran of the Baltimore County Fire Department who retired in 2006, Riley spends his time at Ravens home games exhorting his fellow fans to get a little crazy....
  • Catching up with former Baltimore Colts defensive end Ordell Braase

    Catching up with former Baltimore Colts defensive end Ordell Braase
    He's 80 now, and slightly bent, as if preparing to set in a three-point stance. Three hip replacements, plus a new knee, will do that to a man. Not that Ordell Braase is complaining. "Physically, I'm in pretty good shape," said Braase, longtime...
  • Division I women's lacrosse championships to return to Towson in 2014

    Division I women's lacrosse championships to return to Towson in 2014
    The NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse championships will return to Towson University in 2014. Thursday’s announcement by NCAA officials comes seven weeks after the 2013 championships were awarded to Villanova University in Pennsylvania....
  • 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award field narrowed to 10

    The field of college quarterbacks in the running for the 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award has been narrowed to 10.  There were 29 quarterbacks competing for the award at the start of the football season. The 10 remaining candidates are Matt Barkley,...
  • Catching up with ... Ray Perkins

    Catching up with ... Ray Perkins
    The Colts were struggling. Everyone in Memorial Stadium knew it, from the juiced-up Oakland Raiders to the hushed crowd of 56,368 who'd come to watch the first-ever AFC title game in 1971. Nursing a 20-17 lead in the fourth quarter, the Colts seemed...