from Keith Snedden at umterps.com

The #1-ranked and undefeated Maryland men’s lacrosse team won its third Big Ten Tournament Championship on Saturday night at Panzer Stadium, rallying to beat Johns Hopkins, 12-10. The Terps (12-0) have captured the Big Ten Conference’s automatic qualifier for the NCAA Tournament as the bracket and seeding will be unveiled on Sunday night at 9 p.m., on ESPNU.
Kyle Long’s goal with 5:34 left in the fourth quarter gave Maryland the lead for good at 10-9 … Read More »

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By: Jack Rothenberg

The Maryland Terrapins welcomed back football fans into Capital One Field for the first time since 2019 on Saturday afternoon for the annual spring game. The team, divided into Red vs. White, didn’t have much scoring in a 12-10 victory for White, but there was a lot to take away from the matchup.

Senior kicker Joseph Petrino was busy all game attempting five field goals and making four, including the game-winning kick early in the fourth quarter. … Read More »

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Jake was at the spring game and talked with Wayne Viener

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The Big Dog Postgame Show with Wayne Viener and Jack Rotherburg

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Travis will be informing everyone of the Charity Golf Event He is Chairing for the Benefit of SELENON, a congenital Musculat Dystrophy. Check for details:

https://swings-for-finn.perfectgolfevent.com

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from CBSsports.com

Maryland fans are celebrating here on this Final Four Saturday as Mark Turgeon and his staff have landed commitments from two highly-coveted transfers in Fatts Russell from Rhode Island and Qudus Wahab and Georgetown

Wahab, a 6-foot-11, 237-pound rising junior, was a key piece of Georgetown’s success this season as he averaged 12.7 points and 8.2 rebounds. He finished the year on a strong note with a selection to the Big East All-Tournament team following the Hoyas’ epic run in Madison … Read More »

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By Jack Rothenberg

A red-hot night for the Alabama Crimson Tide left the Maryland Terrapins hopeless in a 96-77 loss in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Terps’ normally stout defense was no match for an Alabama offense that dropped in 16 three pointers and shot 53 percent from the field. Maryland tried to keep pace, but didn’t have enough offensive fire power even with a career-high 27 points from junior guard Aaron Wiggins.

Maryland got off to … Read More »

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A very brief look back on 2020 -21 by Jordan Klatsky

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By Jack Rothenberg

Despite getting significantly outrebounded throughout the game, the Maryland Terrapins moved on to the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament after defeating the UConn Huskies 63-54 Saturday night at the home court of the Purdue Boilermakers Mackey Arena. Through very deliberate offense and holding the Huskies to 32 percent shooting from the floor, the Terps were able to control the game on defense and built up a 14 point lead at one point in the second … Read More »

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