March madness. It may still be February, but excitement is building for this year’s University of Maryland men’s basketball team.
One of the most successful competitive college teams in the world is based in Baltimore. As Mike Schuh reports, they excel in intellectual, not physical feats.
Carlota Ciganda breezed to an early victory to set the tone and Spain won all four of its singles matches Sunday to capture the inaugural International Crown.
The inaugural International Crown is unique for what it isn’t.
Two teenagers from Maryland have taken all the marbles.
Blake Schmit drove in three runs as Maryland beat South Carolina a second straight time, a 10-1 victory Sunday night to win the NCAA tournament’s Columbia regional.
Old Dominion closer Brad Gero hit batters with the bases loaded in the ninth inning to bring home the tying and winning runs in Maryland’s 4-3 victory at the NCAA tournament’s Columbia regional on Friday.
Will Myers’ tiebreaking RBI single started a six-run eighth inning that helped North Carolina beat Maryland 13-7 on Saturday at the Atlantic Coast Conference baseball tournament.
The eyes of the lacrosse world will be on Downtown Baltimore for the Men’s Lacrosse Final Four. The last time Maryland hosted the event was back in 2011.
For 20 agonizing minutes, Alyssa Thomas had to rely on her teammates to keep Maryland from falling hopelessly behind Texas.
In the second half, Thomas returned the favor.
“March Madness” morphed into “The Longest Day” on Thursday, after San Diego State and New Mexico State went to overtime, marking the record fourth game of the day to extend the extra 5 minutes.
Luke Hancock hit two huge 3-pointers in the final 1:19 to help Louisville finally shake free from tenacious Manhattan, 71-64 in the NCAA tournament Thursday night.