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MM 8.5: Maryland women’s lacrosse adds two key transfers

Maryland women’s lacrosse gained two significant transfers with the likes of the North Carolina’s Shannon Smith and the University of Pennsylvania’s Abby Bosco joining the roster, the team announced recently on Twitter. The program first announced the addition of Smith, who is a midfielder and a rising sophomore that will...
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DE Dashawn Womack discusses Rutgers offer

Rutgers is now one of the first schools to get in on a fast-rising prospect out of the Baltimore area. St. Frances Academy class of 2023 defensive end Dashawn Womack made a visit to Rutgers over the weekend and walked away with his second offer, to go along with an earlier one from Boston College.
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10 Years of Excellence: VSN’s No. 2 Girls Lacrosse Goalie of the Decade

Caroline Federico always felt that she was meant to be a goalie — and not only because her father Michael Federico was a three-time All-America goalie at Johns Hopkins. “He didn’t push, but I’m the youngest of seven and by the time they got to me, my dad didn’t have anyone that followed in his footsteps, so my family kind of joked to me, ‘Oh, you’re the last hope,’” Federico said with a laugh. “All kidding aside, growing up I wanted to be exactly like him and so I think I got some of his genes, not being afraid of the ball, and just stuck with it.”
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Stock Report: Camp Update

Russell Street Report Camp Notes Stock Report: Camp Update. With a week’s worth of practices in the book during the ’21 Ravens Training Camp portion of the preseason, it’s time we take inventory of the team’s progress to date as the players enjoy a needed day off to get set for practices on Friday and Saturday.
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Age-group swimmers finish 5-0 in dual meets

CHESTERTOWN — In a warmup for the league championships at the end of July, Sho’men Aquatics age-group swim team got by Cecil County Family YMCA to put the exclamation point on an unbeaten dual-meet season. The locals scored a 326-260 victory in their home pool at Washington College on July...
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Evan Clayton Named Coordinator of Campus Recreation

CHESTERTOWN, Md. - Evan Clayton has been named Washington College's coordinator of campus recreation. He will serve as the intramurals and esports advisor and is an experienced gamer in such as Battlefield, League of Legends, Counter-Strike, and World of Warcraft. Clayton first joined the Washington College family as the assistant...
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Coppin State grad advances to track-and-field semifinals in Tokyo Olympics

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A Coppin State University graduate has advanced to the semifinals in the track-and-field competition at the Tokyo Olympics. The university said Joseph Amoah is representing his native Ghana. He placed third in his heat in the 200-meter dash, with a time of 20.35. The university said that...
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Navy, Marshall to honor Lengyel before football game

HUNTINGTON — Marshall and Navy will be foes on the football field on Sept. 4, but will come together to celebrate a man whose influence on both programs is enduring. The Thundering Herd and Midshipmen will honor Jack Lengyel at the 3:30 p.m. season opener Sept. 4 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. Lengyel coached the Young Thundering Herd from 1971 through 1974 and was athletic director at Navy from 1988 through 2001.
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Press Release: Ravens Provide $100,000 in PLAY 60 Grants

The Ravens Foundation, Inc. recently awarded $100,000 in grants to 22 nonprofit organizations in the Baltimore area. The Ravens' PLAY 60 Grant continues to provide financial support of up to $10,000 for both new and expanding programs or endeavors that promote physical fitness and/or nutrition education among youth. Over the past 15 years, the Ravens Foundation, Inc. has provided over $1.5 million in funding to support these deserving programs.
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Tickets on Sale for National Lacrosse Hall of Fame Ceremony

Tickets are now on sale for the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, hosted by USA Lacrosse on Saturday, October 2 at The Grand Lodge in Cockeysville, Maryland. Tickets can be purchased online at usalacrosse.com/HOF. This year’s Hall of Fame Ceremony features eight inductees who comprise the Class of...
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QB/TE prospect Neeo Avery nearing college football decision

The Georgia Bulldogs are looking to add another commitment in early August as college football season nears. Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs extended a scholarship to 2023 quarterback Neeo Avery on June 8 after he impressed coaches in camp. The unranked quarterback and tight end prospect out of Olney, Maryland, will make his college decision on Friday, Aug. 6.
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Christy Turner, Coppin State Women’s Tennis Player, Named A White House HBCU Scholar

WASHINGTON (WJZ) — Christy Turner, a women’s tennis player at Coppin State University, is one of 86 students recognized as a White House HBCU Scholar Tuesday, the Baltimore university announced.  The program recognizes students who excel in academics, in leadership or in civic engagement at a Historically Black College or University.  Applicants had to provide a transcript, resume, essay and letters of recommendation, and last but not least, the application needed the signature of the university president.  “The HBCU Scholars announced today all have demonstrated remarkable dedication to their learning and exemplify the talent that our nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities have...
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Gov. Hogan Calls On Lamar Jackson To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is urging Baltimore Ravens Quarterback Lamar Jackson to get a COVID-19 vaccine. “With the rules the NFL put down, I can’t imagine a team wanting to forfeit a game or lose a chance at the playoffs and none of the players getting paid because someone won’t get a vaccine,” Hogan told WBAL.
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University of Louisville to build statue for Lamar Jackson

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville is set to honor Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson with a statue. Jackson became the first University of Louisville player to win the Heisman Trophy, and his dominance on the field is about to be enshrined at his alma mater. In an interview...
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Leaving his Brand

After building alma-mater Poly into boys basketball power, Sam Brand steps down after 10 seasons. Sam Brand believed Poly High boys basketball had potential for greatness. Not many, however, shared his view. For decades, Poly was second-tier to Baltimore City hoop bluebloods like Dunbar and Lake Clifton. The Engineers gym...