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    Tillman moves to 14-2. Schoop and JJ Hardy were the hitting heroes.

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    from umterps.com

    Incoming Maryland freshman Kevin Huerter scored 14 points to lead the USA U18 National Team to a 70-50 win over Chile in its final group game of the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championships. With the win, Huerter and assistant coach Mark Turgeon along with Team USA advanced to … Read More »

    Maryland Basketball

    The Chesapeake Bayhawks the Atlanta Blaze at Navy Marine Corps Stadium Thursday night riding a three game winning streak looking to drop a fourth straight mark into the left column to inch closer to a playoff spot. After a rocky start, Chesapeake improved their record to 8-4 extinguishing the … Read More »

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    Scott Greene from rivals.com calls in for recruiting update

    Also, a preview of the 2016 Terrapin 11

    Bayhawks Pres Dave Cottle checks in to preview the Bayhawks game Thurs night against the Atlanta Blaze

    21 years ago on July 3–Charlie Eckman passed away

    Jared Bernhardt and … Read More »

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    No hits no wins for O’s. Chris Davis missed his 2nd game in a row due to stomach virus.

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    The 2016 November Nine

    Day 7 of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event is now complete. The 6,737 entrants have been whittled down to a final table of nine players. They’ll take the traditional 3.5 month hiatus and return … Read More »

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    Maryland men’s lacrosse sophomore faceoff specialist Austin Henningsen and incoming freshman midfielder Jared Bernhardt were instrumental in leading Team USA to a dramatic comeback victory over Canada to claim the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) U19 Men’s World Championship Saturday evening in Coquitlam, British Columbia.

    Bernhardt finished with 10 goals … Read More »

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    I guess Lefty would have thought if he shot 65 the Open Championship would be his. He shot 65 but it just wasn’t good enough. Stenson captures his 1st major at age 40.

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