The Big Ten is full of traditional rivalries and, accordingly, has a slew of rivalry trophies. From the Little Brown Jug that goes to the winner of the Michigan – Minnesota football game to the Old Oaken Bucket that the … Read More »
JT: “We always have different plans with faceoffs. Charlie’s been a bit nicked up and he’s been in and out of the lineup. We have a lot of confidence in Jon (Garino) and Andrew (Walsh). We have a couple other guys we can go to if we needed to. Charlie … Read More »
Blog from Todd Carton
By my rough count, the Big Ten has handed out 84 weekly player of the week or co-player of the week awards – 46 men’s and 38 women’s – in its inaugural lacrosse season. Because of their respective start dates, Maryland wasn’t eligible for four of … Read More »
Tim Tebow to sign with the Eagles on Monday
Orioles look better then Red Sox—Jones’ 5 RBI Continues his great start
Clippers defeat Spurs easily but still San Antonio in the series
Bayhawks open season with 12-8 Victory over Florida Launch
Stupid Foul by Carolina Costs them Victory and #1 … Read More »
What does it take to turn a team around? In 2014, the Maryland softball team finished 11-35. The 11 wins were the fewest in the 20 year history of the program. With rumor and controversy swirling around the coaching staff, Maryland released Larua Watten from her contract and in late … Read More »
For 56 minutes the Terps were dominated in this game and trailed 9-5 but then the cream rose to the top.
The tying goal from Colin Heacock was a rocket at an extreme angle.
Jay Carlson scored the game winner as he completed the hat trick. Maryland always has 1 … Read More »
Blog from Todd Carton
For most of you, Maryland athletics is close to exclusively about two sports – football and men’s basketball. Periodically, other Terrapins teams may appear as proverbial blips on your radar: women’s basketball as they roll to a Big Ten title or reach a Final Four, Sasho … Read More »
I’ll have a more comprehensive report at the end of the weekend but for now, let’s let it be sufficient to say that Friday was a good night for Maryland’s bat and ball sports. Both Terrapins softball and baseball opened three game home sets Friday night and each was important … Read More »