O’s once again lose lethargically to Yankees 4-3 falling to 6 games behind
Food for thought–should the O’s have traded Zach Britton to the NL and sined Andrew Miller. Miller has taken the Yankees to another level. Duquette’s fault? Who else’s?
The USA –Puerto Rico game was such a USA … Read More »
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Melo not himself in opening game of Pan AM Games—yet still manages to shine in 2nd half
Junior guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough of the Maryland women’s basketball team and Team USA took silver in the Pan American Games Monday night. The Americans fell to the host-nation, Canada, … Read More »
The 2015 Pan American Games men’s basketball competition will take place July 21-25 in Toronto, Canada. The U.S. men have been placed into Group A and will play all three of its preliminary round games at 9 p.m. EDT, including Venezuela on July 21 (9 p.m. EDT), Puerto Rico on … Read More »
2015-16 Non-Conference Schedule
Fri., Nov. 6 Southern New Hampshire (Exhibition)
Fri., Nov. 13 Mount Saint Mary’s
Tue., Nov. 17 Georgetown
Fri., Nov. 20 Rider
Tue., Nov. 24 vs. Illinois State (Cancun Classic)
Wed., Nov. 25 vs. Rhode Island/TCU (Cancun Classic)
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Following four practices involving 21 hopefuls, USA Basketball today announced 16 players – including University of Maryland rising sophomore Melo Trimble – have been selected as finalists for the 2015 U.S. Pan American Men’s Basketball Team.
The 16 finalists will continue training camp through July 12 at the United States … Read More »
Guard Dez Wells officially joined the Washington Wizards Summer League roster today. The announcement made by the Washington Wizards has the former Terp and first team All-Big Ten selection poised to make his NBA debut at the Las Vegas Summer League next week.
The heart and soul of a Maryland … Read More »
Melo Trimble was invited to the Team USA Pan Am tryouts.
Terps finish 33rd in Directors Cup.
Go to ESPN.com and vote for Taylor Cummings in the eSPYs
Curtis Zappala, Timmy Monahan and Louis Dubick highlight the Terrapin contribution to the UA Senior game Friday night.
Winter Sports – Part One
As with the football team, questions abounded as Maryland’s men’s basketball team approached the 2014-15 season. The team had missed the NCAA Tournament in each of Mark Turgeon’s first three seasons as the Terrapins’ head coach. The roster had been semi-decimated … Read More »
As I write this post five days remain until the official end of the University of Maryland’s first full year as a participant in Big Ten athletics. In the first of a series I plan to look back at how the Terps performed in their new home but I will … Read More »
The Rondae Hollis-Jefferson era in Portland is over before it even started.
The Trail Blazers traded Jefferson, the No. 23 pick in the 2015 NBA draft, and veteran point guard Steve Blake to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for center Mason Plumlee and rookie guard Pat Connaughton, the No. 41 … Read More »
Dez is actually better off not being drafted in the 2nd round. He can pick the teams he wants to try out for. 2nd round picks do not have guaranteed contracts.
Just a note–Andrew Harrison –a 2nd round pick. Aaron Harrison bypassed. Lost in the Kentucky wilderness. Calipari wasn’t so … Read More »