Johns Hopkins football coach welcomes new son days before NCAA quarterfinal game
BALTIMORE - The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays will play Saturday against Randolph-Macon in the NCAA quarterfinals.The build-up to the big games comes with other big news for Hopkins head coach Greg Chimera.While focusing on football this week, his wife gave birth to a baby boy, the couple's second son. They are all healthy and doing well.Chimera is back on the field coaching his team."Life of a football coach, right," Chimera said. "We tried to plan it out after the season, but it's a blessing, coolest thing ever. Being a dad is my No. 1 priority, but being out here at...
Local youth football team, the Baltimore Bearcats, heading to Florida for nationals
The Baltimore Bearcats are nationals bound! The youth tackle football team made up of local Baltimore City and surrounding area players will head to Florida December 2nd through the 9th for the 12-under national tournament apart of the United Youth Football League. The team is 14-0 this fall and the...
UMBC vs. Lehigh: Free Live Stream, TV Channel, How to Watch
The Lehigh Mountain Hawks (1-6) will try to stop a four-game road slide when they square off against the UMBC Retrievers (4-5) on December 2, 2023 at Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena. In its previous game, UMBC fell to Coppin State on Thursday, 89-70. Its leading scorer was Dion Brown with...
Local Water Polo Star Owen Bartlett Honored with All-MAWPC Second Team Selection
Johns Hopkins water polo freshman, Owen Bartlett, has been named to the Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference (MAWPC) Second Team. He is the seventh Blue Jay freshman to receive this honor, and the first since 2015. Bartlett led the team with 55 goals this season, ranking second in points and ejections drawn.
Preview | Pitt women’s volleyball hosts first round of NCAA tournament
Postseason volleyball officially starts this weekend for No. 1 Pitt (25-4, ACC 16-2) as it faces Coppin State (27-4, MEAC 13-1) on Friday at 7 p.m. If Pitt takes care of business against Coppin State, it will play the winner of UMBC (17-7, America East 8-2) and No. 8 USC (18-12, Pac 12 12-8) on Saturday at 7 p.m.
Women’s basketball extends winning streak to 4 against St. Francis, UMBC
The women’s basketball team (4-3 overall) continued its successful out-of-conference run this week, beating Saint Francis (0-7 overall) on Sunday and UMBC (1-6 overall) on Wednesday on the road to extend its winning streak to four games. The Leopards entered the game against Saint Francis on Sunday already riding...
Local Johns Hopkins Field Hockey Players Break School Record with First Team All-Region Selections
Four student-athletes from the Johns Hopkins field hockey team have been named to the NFHCA Region V First Team, setting a new school record. The students are seniors Alexis Loder, Mikayla Schoff, Siena Urbanski, and junior Liz Falterer. This is the most first-team selections the school has had in the region. The school's total NFHCA All-Region selections now stand at 75, with 22 under head coach Jane Wells.
Coppin State advances to NCAA tournament for first time in school history
BALTIMORE -- Volleyball teams from two local universities are headed toward an NCAA tournament.UMBC and Coppin State University will both get the opportunity to battle the best in the nation.The ladies of Coppin State are going where no Eagles team has gone before. It's Coppin State's first time ever earning a bid to the NCAA tournament.Coppin State will meet the number one seed, University of Pittsburgh, in a first-round match on Friday.Coppin's roster is wide-ranging in its origins. Players hail from Maryland to Hawaii and from four different countries: Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, and Puerto Rico.These players put together the best...
Hampton stumbles against UMBC walking away without the victory
Hampton faces defeat as UMBC breaks its losing streak in a thrilling basketball clash led by Kyrese Mullen's standout performance. The post Hampton stumbles against UMBC walking away without the victory appeared first on HBCU Gameday.
Winston's 37 lead Coppin State over UMBC 89-70
BALTIMORE (AP) — Justin Winston scored 37 points as Coppin State beat UMBC 89-70 on Thursday. Winston added 13 rebounds and four steals for the Eagles (1-7). Aa'Reyon Jones scored nine points, shooting 3 for 6 (1 for 4 from 3-point range) and 2 of 3 from the free throw line. Camaren Sparrrow had nine points and finished 4 of 7 from the field. The win broke a seven-game slide for the Eagles.
Donors receive Orioles tickets during winter accessory collection on Giving Tuesday
BALTIMORE -- Giving Tuesday is a global movement about giving back to those less fortunate. It's a day meant to inspire generosity and kindness. Charitable organizations, local and nationwide, participated on Tuesday, along with the giving heart of community members.At Oriole Park at Camden Yards, donors received Orioles tickets as a reward for their generosity. The Baltimore Orioles and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield hosted a drive-thru winter accessory collection to benefit the Food Project, a Baltimore-based organization focused on feeding food-insecure community members and providing jobs and job training to the youth of Southwest Baltimore. About 395 people participated in the event...
How to watch Coppin State Eagles vs. UMBC Retrievers: TV channel, NCAA Basketball live stream info, start time
Where: Physical Education Complex -- Baltimore, Maryland. Fubo (Try for free) Fubo's holiday offer just kicked off - For a limited time, new subscribers can save $40 on Fubo's Pro, Elite, and Premier plans ($20 off the first and second months) What to Know. UMBC is 5-0 against Coppin State...
Blast set to begin season with new-look roster
Baltimore Blast open its regular season on Saturday hosting Mequite Outlaws at Towson University Arena
UMBC vs Coppin State Prediction, Pick, Preview & Betting Odds- NCAAB 11/30/23
Read on to get betting odds and analysis in our UMBC vs Coppin State prediction and preview and see who we think will win and cover the spread in Baltimore. The Retrievers face Coppin State with a record of 4-4. UMBC has an effective field goal percentage of 51% (205th).
Glime, Nelson Named CSC Division III Men’s Soccer Academic All-District
ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – Fifth-year captain Zack Glime (Annapolis, Md./Key) and sophomore Jack Nelson (Ellicott City, Md./River Hill) of the St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s soccer team honored by the College Sports Communicators (CSC) as members of the CSC Academic All-District® team, the organization announced in a release last Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 21).
Local Volleyball Team's Gallant Effort Ends in Elite 8 Defeat Against No. 2 Hope
The Johns Hopkins volleyball team's season concluded with an Elite 8 match against #2 Hope on Wednesday night. Despite rallying from a 2-0 deficit, the Blue Jays lost to the Flying Dutch 3-2 (18-25, 25-27, 28-26, 25-14, 12-15). The match took place in Claremont, California, and was the day's closest quarterfinal match.
Sykesville's Emma Gladstein Earns Spot on NFHCA Division III All-Region V First Team
Emma Gladstein, a senior, has been selected for the NFHCA Division III All-Region V First Team. This is a recognition for high-performing field hockey student-athletes. Gladstein's successful season with the Mustangs saw her leading the conference in goals, assists, points, and shots.
South Dakota State vs. Towson College Basketball Betting Preview for December 1
Find odds, trends and more for the college hoops matchup between South Dakota State and Towson on December 1.
Women’s volleyball season comes to a close at NCAA tournament
The 13-game win streak and historic season of the women’s volleyball team came to an end during the first game of the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Baltimore Regional Tournament. Ramapo traveled to Johns Hopkins University on Nov. 16 to face off against Christopher Newport University (CNU) and were sent home after losing 3-1.