A 2-10 season and the defection of 24 players didn’t cause Randy Edsall to alter his plan to establish a successful football program at Maryland.
A small school in Baltimore won it all in the world of lacrosse. On Tuesday, the Loyola Greyhounds returned after capturing the national championship.
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University Of Maryland’s Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach John Tillman’s Thoughts On Facing Duke In The Final Four
John Tillman, Head Coach of the University Of Maryland’s Men’s Lacrosse team, called into The Norris and Davis show to talk about the team’s upcoming game against Duke in the Final Four of the NCAA Division I Lacrosse Championship.
Maryland proved again this season that it is clearly one of the nation’s elite women’s basketball programs.
With defensive ace John Henson cheering from the bench, an ice pack on his ailing wrist, North Carolina showed just how deep its talent runs.
They’ll be no shortcuts for Randy Edsall even though very few things went well in his first year at
Sean Mosley walked off the court at Maryland for the final time with his head held high, even though the Terrapins had just lost 75-72 in overtime to No. 24 Virginia.
Tyler Zeller stood at midcourt with his fellow seniors and gave a wave to a roaring crowd after their final home game at North Carolina. It was a chance to say goodbye — and the moment the sixth-ranked Tar Heels could start thinking about Duke again.
Alyssa Thomas scored 22 of her 24 points in the second half and added a career-high 17 rebounds, and No. 6 Maryland beat North Carolina State 65-50 on Sunday.
Sophomore Kammeon Holsey recorded his first double-double of his career with 16 points and 10 rebounds, and Georgia Tech used stifling defense in the second half to beat Maryland 63-61 on Saturday.
Adrian Branch must have really upset someone in College Park because his numbers are better than Rhodes, but he’s still doesn’t have his number up.