Archives: College

  • Johns Hopkins heads for Big Ten in lacrosse

    associated press

    Updated: Mon, Jun 3, 2013

    Program a big get for new lacrosse league STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The Big Ten is adding lacrosse as a sport in 2015 and welcoming powerhouse Johns Hopkins as an affiliate member for men's lacrosse only, two moves that could further boost the profile of the conference in the East. The addition...

  • George Mason nabs Marquise Moore, a star point guard from New York City

    Kevin Dunleavy

    Updated: Wed, May 29, 2013

    Moore led high school to City title in 2012 George Mason basketball coach and New York City native Paul Hewitt continues to mine talent from the area where he grew up. And why not? With the Patriots headed for the Atlantic 10, the recruiting focus figures to shift to the northeast. On...

  • Homegrown players fuel Maryland women's lacrosse championship hopes

    Kevin Dunleavy

    Updated: Thu, May 23, 2013

    Team's top five scorers all hail from Maryland The University of Maryland has long been a recruiting force in women's lacrosse, dominating its home state but also cherry-picking national talent and even plucking a select few of the sport's top players from overseas. The program's signature...

  • Military Bowl leaves D.C. for Annapolis

    Eric P. Newcomer

    Published: Mon, May 20, 2013

    Five years after coming to the District, bringing with it tens of millions of dollars for the local economy, the District's only NCAA football bowl game is headed to Annapolis.

  • Maryland beats Duke to move on to semis

    Kevin Dunleavy

    Updated: Sat, May 18, 2013

    Howard, Aust key Terrapins romp Buried on the bench for three seasons behind All-America goalie Brittany Dipper, Kasey Howard sometimes wondered if her time would come to start for the Maryland Terrapins. Winning the job this season after the graduation of Dipper, Howard has been as good as...

  • Maryland products give Ohio State an edge in NCAA lacrosse tournament

    Kevin Dunleavy

    Updated: Thu, May 16, 2013

    Ten players from state lead No. 3 Ohio State With 10 players on his roster from Maryland, including four starters and two faceoff specialists, Ohio State lacrosse coach Nick Myers jokes that he is thankful for Southwest Airlines' direct service from Columbus to Baltimore. "It's been a big...