Quint Kessenich Maryland Losing In The NCAA Lax ChampionshipSportscaster for ESPN Quint Kessenich joined Ed and Steve to talk about UNC beating Maryland in the Men's Lacrosse National Championship in overtime.
Maryland Men, Women Both Reach Final Four In NCAA LacrosseThe Maryland men have been to three of the last five championship games but are still trying to break through for the program’s first title since 1975.
Loyola MD Lacrosse Head Coach Charley ToomeyCoach Toomey joined Ed and Steve to talk about advancing to the Final Four.
Dave Pietramala On Hopkins Game TomorrowMaryland has five teams in the NCAA Lacrosse Tournament this weekend. Head coach Dave Pietramala of the Johns Hopkins University Men's Lacrosse team joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Hopkins tournament game tomorrow afternoon.
Quint Kessenich: Terps Are The 'Team To Beat' In NCAA Men's Lacrosse TournamentMaryland is the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament and will play Sunday in College Park.
Matt Rambo Scores 4 Goals, Maryland Beats John Hopkins 12-11Sophomore attacker Matt Rambo had four goals and two assists to help Maryland edge Johns Hopkins 12-11 in the NCAA lacrosse semifinal Saturday.
Quint Kessenich On The NCAA Lacrosse Final FourQuint Kessenich of the Baltimore Sun and ESPN joined Ed and Steve to talk about the NCAA Lacrosse Tournament.
Johns Hopkins Head Coach Dave Pietramala Joins Scott & JeremyDave Pietramala, Head Coach of Johns Hopkins Men’s Lacrosse, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to discuss Blue Jay’s Final Four match-up this weekend against in state rival the Maryland Terrapins.
Scott Garceau: Terps And Hopkins Chase ChampionshipIt’s a great sports weekend in Maryland; Check out what Scott is calling the Triple Crown for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Maryland And Hopkins Renew Their RivalryMark joined Scott and Jeremy to preview the Maryland Terrapins and Johns Hopkins Blue Jays starting another chapter in their rivalry.
Suspended UMBC Women's Lacrosse Players Issue ApologyPublic apologies. Four of the five female UMBC lacrosse players are saying sorry. They suspended from the team for social media comments threatening to harm--even kill--their own teammates.
5 Female UMBC Lacrosse Players Suspended For Threatening ViolenceAnother scandal for another local university. Five female lacrosse players at the University of Maryland Baltimore County are suspended, accused of making violent threats in text messages.