Justin Jackson To Return To MarylandRising sophomore guard Justin Jackson announced Wednesday that he will return to the University of Maryland for his sophomore season.
Maryland Basketball To Host Butler In 2017 Gavitt GamesThe Big Ten and Big East Conferences announced Wednesday the matchups for the Gavitt Tipoff Games, with Maryland hosting Butler at the XFINITY Center on Wednesday, Nov. 15 on either FS1 or the Big Ten Network. Tipoff will be announced at a later date.
Maryland Men's and Women's Lacrosse Teams Are Final Four BoundBoth teams are looking to bring National Championships back to College Park but must first get past tough opponents in the national semifinals.
Terps Announce 2017 'On Tour' ScheduleMaryland coaches set to visit Baltimore, Silver Spring, Alexandria.
Will Justin Jackson Decide To Stay A Terp Or Turn Pro?Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun joined Ed and Rob to talk about forward Justin Jackson's decision whether to stay a Terp or head to the NBA.
Coppin State Head Basketball Coach Juan Dixon Talks About Building His New ProgramCoppin State Head Coach Juan Dixon joined Ed and Rob to talk about rebuilding their Men's basketball program.
Former Maryland Player Juan Dixon Named Men's Basketball Coach At Coppin StateFormer University of Maryland basketball player Juan Dixon has been named the head coach of the men’s basketball team at Coppin State.
New Teams Are Economic Boost To Washington And BaltimoreNot only has M&T Bank Stadium brought people into downtown Baltimore, it has become a greeting for the city.
Maryland Guard Jaylen Brantley To TransferUniversity of Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon announced Monday that guard Jaylen Brantley will graduate this summer and transfer from the program for his final season.
70-Foot Shot-Maker Destiny Slocum Leaving MarylandMaryland's Destiny Slocum, who made a 70-foot shot during the NCAA Tournament, is leaving the university.
Maryland Falls Short In NCAA Women's TournamentThe loss to Oregon marks the second straight year their NCAA Tournament run came to a halt at the hands of a Pac-12 conference opponent.
Freshmen Lead 10th-Seeded Oregon To 77-63 Upset Of MarylandSabrina Ionescu led five Oregon players in double figures with 21 points and the tenth-seeded Ducks continued their improbable run through the NCAA Tournament with a 77-63 upset win over third-seeded Maryland.