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No. 19 Maryland Host Hoosiers WednesdayThe Terps are in desperate need of a rebound win and get a chance to do so at home against a Hoosiers team that beat them by almost 20 less than three weeks ago in Bloomington.
Police: Woman, 21, Killed On Dangerous Stretch Of Route 1 In College Park By Drunk DriverDeadly hit and run. A pedestrian accident over the weekend raises safety concerns over Route 1 in College Park.
3 Suspects Armed With Brass Knuckles & Knife Arrested In Univ. Of Md. Robberies Prince George's County police have arrested three suspects in connection with a robbery targeting University of Maryland students.
Maryland Officials Tout Academics Of Big TenUniversity of Maryland officials are touting the academic benefits of joining the Big Ten.
Len Leads Maryland Past LIU Brooklyn 91-74Alex Len had 18 points, seven rebounds and four blocked shots, and Maryland used its inside game to get past LIU Brooklyn 91-74 on Friday night.
Maryland Improved Defense To Be Tested By TempleMaryland's defense did not allow a touchdown in the season opener -- no small feat for a unit that last year yielded an average of 34.2 points and 457 yards per game.
26 Treated For Heat-Related Injuries At Terps Football GameSaturday’s brutal heat takes a toll on football fans at Byrd Stadium at the University of Maryland.
Bouncer At Md. Bar Charged With Assaulting PatronA bouncer at a popular bar in College Park has been charged with beating up a customer.
It's Mentor Vs. Protégé In Maryland-Louisville NCAA Match UpMaryland's incentive to beat Louisville extends beyond earning a berth in the round of 16 in the NCAA women's tournament.
Midshipmen Prepare To Face Terps In NCAA Women’s TournamentCollege basketball's March Madness includes an all-Maryland match-up in the women's tournament.
Maryland's Edsall Inks 22-Player Recruiting ClassMaryland coach Randy Edsall said Wednesday that his 22-man recruiting class reflects the belief the players have in the program's future.
John Toll, 1st State University Chancellor, DiesJohn S. Toll, Maryland's first state university chancellor, died Friday at an assisted living facility in Bethesda. He was 87.