C.J. Brown put Maryland on his back and carried the Terrapins right out of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Coppin State coach Ron “Fang” Mitchell isn’t afraid to put his team up against top competition. A game at No. 22 Michigan on Friday marked the 18th consecutive season his program has played a nationally-ranked team in its non-conference schedule.
Jerrelle Benimon had 13 points, seven rebounds and five assists on Saturday and Towson shot 57.8 percent from the field to defeat Abilene Christian 74-47 on the final day of the Battle 4 Atlantis Mainland tournament.
Having seen Maryland win the Paradise Jam tournament in the Virgin Islands, Morgan State coach Todd Bozeman knew his team wouldn’t have it easy against the Terrapins.
Four McGlynn had 19 points, including four 3-pointers, as Towson built a 14-point halftime lead then rolled over The Citadel in the second half en route to an 84-59 victory Saturday afternoon.
Mount St. Mary’s coach Jamion Christian feels that if his team makes the NCAA Tournament it will likely play a highly ranked team in the first round.
Kendall Knorr scored a career-high 17 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead Navy to a 67-59 win over Maryland-Eastern Shore Tuesday night.
Marcus Damas scored 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds and Towson defeated University of Maryland-Baltimore County 75-60.
There’s too much at still at stake for Maryland football coach Randy Edsall and his players to dwell on last week’s disappointing 29-26 loss to Boston College.
Revamping high schools. It’s part of a new initiative President Barack Obama unveiled to get students better prepared for the workplace.
Dylon Cormier scored 20 points and Loyola (MD) took down Fairfield 59-52 on Saturday night.
Rodney Elliott scored 26 points and led UMBC to a second-half comeback and victory against Mount St. Mary’s in overtime, 90-84 on Sunday.