Gene Wojciechowski, ESPN Senior Sports Writer, joins The Scott Garceau Show and talks college basketball with Scott and Jeremy.
Sarah Mollison and Katie Schwarzmann scored four goals each, Laura Merrifield added three and top-ranked Maryland beat Duke 14-8 on Friday to reach the NCAA women’s lacrosse final for the 20th time.
The 2011 NCAA Basketball tournament continues to not let us down.
NCAA College Basketball Writer with the New York Times, Pete Thamel joins the Scott Garceau Show LIVE and breaks down the NCAA Tournament.
RJ Bell of Pregame.com joins The Scott Garceau Show and breaks down the NCAA Tournament.
Maryland’s run of 17 straight postseason appearances is over.
Coaches always praise the Atlantic Coast Conference women’s basketball tournament for being a wide-open affair that nearly any team can win.
The party’s over people.
There have been times this season when the Maryland women’s basketball team evoked memories of the squad that matured into NCAA champions. Recently, however, the 16th-ranked Terrapins have looked their age — which is very young.
John Eisenberg joins Bruce and Bob to try and make some sense of Maryland’s loss against Duke last night.
It isn’t often that Duke loses a basketball game, and losing streaks are an even rarer occurrence for the Blue Devils. Eager to avoid its first skid in nearly two years, No. 5 Duke played with great purpose and determination in an 80-62 victory over Maryland on Wednesday night.
First-year Maryland head coach Randy Edsall was in the unusual position on Wednesday of announcing a recruiting class that was cultivated by his predecessor.