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The late Len Bias headlines the 2014 HOF Class for Maryland

Attackman Dylan Maltz transfers from Syracuse to Maryland

Lee Zink, Jesse Bernhardt, and Dan Burns helping USA to a a Championship appearance in the World  Finals against Canada 

Award nominations aplenty for Terrapins

Starting times announced for JMU  (3:30) and WVU (Noon) 

 

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Attackman Dylan Maltz Transfers From Cuse to Maryland

Dylan Maltz has been granted a release from Syracuse University and plans to enroll at Maryland for the fall, according to the sophomore attackman’s family.

Maltz, ranked the sixth best attackman and the 18th overall player in the 2013 high school class by Inside Lacrosse, appeared in six games this past spring for the Orange, notching three goals and an assist, including an important goal in Syracuse’s 12-10 win over Johns Hopkins.

Maltz, an Under Armour All-American in 2013, left Stone Bridge, Va., as the school’s all-time leader in goals (190), assists (130), points (320) and ground balls (198).

Dylan Maltz has three years of eligibility remaining to use with the Terrapins.

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6000 Watch the Bayhawks Fall to Rochester 10-7

As I told Coach Cottle post game, it’s hard to win when 5 of your starters are playing in the World games for the USA. Brian Cooper broke his arm on the first play of the game. Here’s hope for a great Terp to heal quickly and successfully.

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Shocker–USA and Canada Advance to World Championship Lacrosse Final

The USA was up 22-3 when I figured the Aussies could not come back. I’ll have much more to say after the final game on Saturday.

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MUST WATCH VIDEO—–Stuart Scott Honored With Jimmy V Award
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Ravens Valued at $1.23 Billion –the 19th Most Valuable Sports f...
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Rory Out to early Lead in Open Championship with a 6 under 66 at Hoyla...

After beiing 2 over after 2 holes Tiger closed with a 4 under back nine to finish at 3 under (69)

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Tillman vs Samardija Tonight in Oakland—1st Game of Crucial 10 g...
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Around the NBA—Cavs Back Off Promise to Wiggins of No Trade

LeBron wants Kevin Love and the Cavs will have to give up the #1 Pick

Miller recruiting Ray Allen to join team LeBron

Lakers acquire Carlos Boozer off waivers

Eric Bledsoe turns down 4 year $48 million offer from Phoenix

Basketball legend Bill Russell was hospitalized Thursday after feeling faint while giving a speech in Nevada, the Boston Celtics said.

        Russell, 80, left the event at the Hyatt Regency resort in Incline Village on a stretcher and was taken to a hospital as a precaution, according to the Celtics.

        The Hall of Fame center is “feeling better,” the Celtics said, and is expected to fly back to his Seattle-area home as early as Thursday night.

 

 

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Terps 1st 2 Homes on Big 10 Network—JMU at 3:30 and West Virgini...
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Analysis of AL East by Jonah Keri of Grantland

AL East

1. Baltimore Orioles
2. Tampa Bay Rays
3. Toronto Blue Jays
4. New York Yankees
5. Boston Red Sox

 

I took a long look at the AL East earlier this week in The 30, but I’ll reiterate a few key points. For starters: Take every preseason division prediction you can find and light it on fire. The reigning World Series champions are in last place, and will likely trade away Jake Peavy and possibly another veteran or two while gearing up for a 2015 turnaround effort. The Yankees have been living on borrowed time while fielding an injury-riddled rotation and shaky infield, and might have lost Tanaka, their best current player, for the year. The former first-place Blue Jays have fallen off a cliff, and the calls for GM Alex Anthopoulos to make a deal should probably subside now that Adam Lind, Edwin Encarnacion, and Brett Lawrie are hurt and the pitching lacks the depth of a true contender. The Rays also suffered crippling injuries, but now that they’re getting healthy, it’s no longer hard to imagine them climbing back above .500 and finishing with a respectable record. Joe Maddon’s team has been one of the best in baseball over the past month, going 20-11, and may not want to deal away ace David Price after all.

While Price could help lift the Rays to a second-place finish in one of the weakest AL East races we’ve seen in decades, it won’t be enough to catch the surging Orioles. Baltimore has parlayed big performances from 23-year-old starter Kevin Gausman, converted closer Zach Britton, jackpot free-agent signing Nelson Cruz, and the recently invigorated Manny Machado into the third-biggest division lead at the break, and GM Dan Duquette’s penchant for deals means reinforcements could soon arrive.

 

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Maryland Announces 2014 HOF Class

LEN BIAS (Men’s Basketball, 1982-86)

Finished career as Maryland’s all-time leader in more than 15 categories, including points (2147), single-season points (743) and career double-figure scoring games (108)…still holds program records in double-figure scoring games in a season (36) and single-season minutes played (1352)…led Maryland to four consecutive NCAA appearances and the 1984 ACC Tournament title…memorably scored 35 points on Feb. 20, 1986 to lead Maryland to a 77-72 victory over top-ranked North Carolina in Chapel Hill…earned consensus First Team All-America honors in 1986 and named Second Team All-America in 1985…two-time ACC Player of the Year (1985, 86)…ACC Athlete of the Year (1986)…drafted second overall in the 1986 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics.

BOB BONEILLO (Men’s Lacrosse, 1976-80)

All-time Maryland men’s lacrosse points leader with 231…second in program history in assists (143)…led the Terps in points and assists for three straight seasons (1978-1980)…79 points in 1979 is the second-most points in a season…third all-time in assists in a season with 48…led the team in goals in 1979 with 31…first all-time in points (13) and assists (10) in a single game on three goals and 10 assists against Duke in 1979… 1979 Jack Turnbull National Attackman of the Year…1979 ACC Player of the Year…three-time All-ACC selection…1977 Honorable Mention All-American…1978 Second Team All-American…1979 First Team All-American…1980 Third Team All-American.

EDWARD G. COOKE (Men’s Track & Field/Football, 1957-59)

Helped Track & Field to three straight ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships (1956-1958)…ACC Indoor Champion in Shot Put in 1956 and 1957…ACC Outdoor Champion in Shot Put in 1956, 1957 and 1958…ACC Outdoor Champion in Discus in 1957 and 1958…1957 Honorable Mention All-American in football…1957 First Team All-ACC in football…named ACC Lineman of the Year in 1957…played 10 seasons in the AFL and NFL for the Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Colts, New York Titans, New York Jets, Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins.

MAUREEN ‘BEAN’ SCOTT DUPCAK (Field Hockey/Women’s Lacrosse, 1990-94)

Lettered four times in lacrosse and field hockey…led the Terps’ lacrosse team to four Final Fours, three championship game appearances and a national championship in 1992…named an All-American in lacrosse in 1994…played six years with the U.S. Women’s Lacrosse National Team…won a gold medal at the 1997 Women’s Lacrosse World Cup…returned to Maryland as an assistant coach for the lacrosse team and helped the Terps to the 1997 national championship…named one of the ACC’s 50 all-time best women’s lacrosse players…led the Terps to two field hockey Final Fours, winning the national championship in 1993…three-time Regional All-American in field hockey…All-ACC field hockey in 1993…won a silver medal with Team USA at the Olympic Festival Field Hockey tournament in 1992.

ALEX KAHOE (Women’s Lacrosse, 1996-00)

Led the Terrapins as a goalkeeper to four straight national championships from 1998-2000…three-time team captain…three-time All-American…two-time NCAA Goalkeeper of the Year…three-time ACC Goalie of the Year…1997 ACC Rookie of the Year…returned to Maryland for three seasons as a volunteer assistant primarily working with goalies…has made stops as an assistant coach at Penn, Delaware, Duke and Vermont…named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team and NCAA 25th Anniversary All-Time Women’s Lacrosse Team.

DEBBIE LYTLE (Women’s Basketball, 1980-83)

Ranks 25th in program history with 1,189 career points…one of 28 players to reach the 1,000 point mark…program record-holder in steals with 315…second all-time in assists with 583…twice recorded nine steals in a game…scored 31 points in a game against NC State in 1981…18th all-time in rebounds with 668… led the team in assists all four years…led or was tied for the lead in steals all four years…led the team in blocked shots and rebounds in 1982 at just 5’10”…1980 All-ACC Tournament Team…1982 NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team in a year she led the Terps to the Final Four…1981 E.A.I.A.W. All-Region and WBCA All-Region…1982 A.W.S.I. All-American.

SANDY WORTH (Athletic Trainer, 1973-pres.)

Graduated from Maryland in 1973 and immediately began work as an athletic trainer the same year…promoted to head athletic trainer in 1992…head athletic trainer for the football team from 1992-2004…football team captured ACC title in 2001…first woman to serve as head athletic trainer at an ACC school and only woman to serve as head athletic trainer for football in the ACC…trainer for women’s basketball team that won eight ACC titles and advanced to three NCAA Final Fours…also worked with field hockey and women’s lacrosse, which claimed eight national titles while she was the trainer…also worked locally and internationally with United State women’s lacrosse and field hockey for more than 20 years.

CHARLIE WYSOCKI (Football, 1978-82)

Second in program history in career rushing yards with 3,317…became first player in Maryland history to rush for 3,000 career yards…second in program history with 1,359 rushing yards during the 1980 season…holds two of the top-six single-season rushing records at Maryland…tied for fourth all-time in touchdowns with 26…rushed four touchdowns against Virginia in 1981, tied for the second most touchdowns in a game in program history…only player in Maryland history to rush for three 200-yard games…one of two players to rush for 200 yards in a game in two different seasons…second at Maryland with 17 100-yard games…tied for first all-time with eight 100-yard games in a season…first team All-American selection in 1979 and 1980.

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