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 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.
Rayshad Lewis, Son Of Ray Lewis, Transfers To MarylandRayshad Lewis will have big shoes to fill as he come to a state where his dad dominated the pros for nearly two decades.
Coach Durkin Previews Maryland Football's Spring GameMaryland football’s spring game is Saturday. It will be fans’ first chance to watch the Terps in four months, and the last opportunity for another four.
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.
Maryland Freshman Forward Micah Thomas To TransferUniversity of Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon announced today that freshman forward Micah Thomas will transfer.
Trimble Named To NABC All-District First TeamMaryland junior guard Melo Trimble has been tabbed to the 2016-17 NABC Division I All-District Seven First Team.
11-Seed Xavier Upends 6-Seed Maryland 76-65 In NCAA TourneyMaryland, which started three freshmen for much the season, lost in the first round for the first time since 1997.
NCAA: No. 6 Maryland Faces No. 11 Xavier TonightTwo teams given a reprieve after late-season slides will square off when sixth-seeded Maryland faces No. 11 seed Xavier in the West Region on Thursday in Orlando, Fla.
Haynie: Terps Out Early, Arizona To Cut Down The NetsAfter two nights of First Four games, the 2017 NCAA Tournament really gets rolling on Thursday. Upsets will happen and drama will ensue as teams try to make their way to the Final Four in Phoenix.
Coleman: In Sports, Sometimes Sex Does MatterDespite a 30-2 record and a No. 4 ranking in the final Associated Press poll of the season, the Maryland women’s basketball team received a No. 3 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament.