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Baltimore, November 26 High School 🏈 Game Notice

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No. 23 Maryland men’s basketball surges past Coppin State, 95-79, to stay unbeaten

After dismantling five straight opponents, No. 23 Maryland men’s basketball found itself in a tight game Friday afternoon against Coppin State. Led by coach Juan Dixon, the former Maryland star who guided the program to a national championship in 2002, the Eagles traded baskets with the Terps before using a 9-0 run in the middle of the first quarter to take a three-point lead. For Maryland to ...

Maryland basketball: Kevin Willard on Reese's big day, assistant coaches' ejection and more

No. 23 Maryland men’s basketball overcame a slow start to defeat Coppin State, 95-79, moving to 6-0 on the season with each win coming by double-digits. Sophomore forward Julian Reese led the way with 24 points, including 22 in the first half, and added 10 rebounds. Hakim Hart (22) and Jahmir Young (21) also hit the 20-point threshold, marking the first time since the final game at Cole Field House (3/3/02) that the Terps had three 20-point scorers in one game.
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A Mexican Rodeo in Maryland Helps People Find Common Ground

The first Maryland International Agriculture & Environment Conference was held at Rancho Los Magueyes in Odenton, Maryland, last month. Born of the relationship between agricultural professionals from Maryland, and its sister city, Jalisco, Mexico, the conference came complete with an authentic Mexican style lunch, Mariachi Band, and a Charreada — a traditional Mexican rodeo-like event that involves competitive equestrian classes.

Stephen Decatur football falls just short of Maryland title game in classic playoff battle

With an appearance in next week's Maryland state title game on the line, the football teams for Stephen Decatur and Milford Mill put together a classic, back-and-forth playoff battle in Baltimore on Friday night. But only one team could advance, and the Milford Mill Millers (13-0) defeated Decatur (10-3) to advance to the state championship game.

No. 14 Maryland 81, Towson 70

TOWSON (3-2) Min M-A M-A O-T A PF PTS. Percentages: FG 40.909, FT .750. 3-Point Goals: 7-13, .538 (Johnston 5-9, Williams 2-4) Blocked Shots: 3 (Scott 1, Williams 1, Johnson 1) Turnovers: 16 (Williams 5, Kornegay-Lucas 4, Nelson 3, Fulmore 1, Evans 1, Johnston 1, Team 1) Steals: 7 (Kornegay-Lucas...

Navy And Notre Dame Make A Home In Baltimore

2022 marked the 23rd time Navy and Notre Dame have played their longtime rivalry game in Baltimore. It was the first time since 2008 and the fourth time at M&T Bank Stadium (Memorial Stadium was the other venue in Baltimore). M&T Bank Stadium was available because the Baltimore Ravens are on their bye week. Notre Dame held on to Beat Navy 35-32. This game was the 95th meeting between the two schools with the Irish winning 79 times.

Offensive stability propels Maryland basketball to 6-0 start

No. 23 Maryland men’s basketball is rolling. Coming off a 95-79 defeat over Coppin State on Friday, it stands at 6-0 this season and comfortably atop the Big Ten Conference. However, this game was no rout, with the score not reflective of the Eagles’ fight. To the Terps’...

Instant Reactions: Reese Dominates | Hart Rolling | Recipe for a Letdown

Maryland basketball's game Friday against Coppin State was a classic recipe for a letdown: a team coming off a couple of big wins, suddenly surrounded by hype, facing a small school viewing, whose coach is a Terps legend, viewing the game as its Super Bowl. Toss in that it was the day after Thanksgiving, with a 4 p.m. tipoff in front of a sparse crowd, and you had to know it was likely to be closer than the 25-point point spread.

Game thread: No. 14 Maryland women’s basketball vs. Towson

No. 14 Maryland women’s basketball takes on Towson at the Fort Myers Tip-Off at 11:30 a.m. The Terps are looking to bounce back from an upset loss to DePaul yesterday. This is your space for thoughts, observations or whatever you would like to share, but please be respectful. Catch...

Women’s Basketball at Home Against Coppin State on Sunday

Old Dominion (2-3) vs. Coppin State (2-4) Game Info –Sunday, Nov. 27 at 2 p.m. EST. Location – Chartway Arena (Norfolk, Va.) NORFOLK, Va. – Coppin State visits Chartway Arena this Sunday as Old Dominion women's basketball hosts the Eagles for a 2 p.m game. Fans can...

Run for the Diamonds celebrates female runners

BERWICK, Pa. — With the sound of the start gun, the runners are off. More than 1,200 runners laced up their sneakers for the 114th annual Run for the Diamonds. The 9.3 mile race draws people from near and far. "This is definitely from the ones I've done in...

No. 23 Terps Welcome Home Juan Dixon, Host Coppin State On Friday Afternoon

No. 23 Maryland (5-0) vs.Coppin State (3-4) COLLEGE PARK, MD - Coming off an 88-70 decision over Miami to win the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Championship, the No. 23 Maryland men's basketball team returns home to host Coppin State for the first time since 1989. Thanks to their impressive 5-0 start to the year, the Terps vaulted into both the AP Top 25 at No. 23 and the USA Today Coaches Poll at No. 25. The opening tip is slated for 4 p.m., and the game will be streamed on B1G+. Fans can listen to the Maryland Sports Network (105.7 FM - Baltimore, The TEAM 980 AM - Washington, D.C., One Maryland App) with Voice of the Terps Johnny Holliday (play-by-play), Chris Knoche (analyst), and Walt Williams (analyst) calling the action.

Boston College Too Much For Morgan State In Finale

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Nov. 25, 2022)—Andrea Daley scored 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting to lead three Eagles players in double figures scoring to lead Boston College past Morgan State, 75-34 on Friday evening at Roberto Clemente Coliseum. It was the Lady Bears' final contest of the Puerto Rico Clasico.

FEAST OR FAMINE: Hoyas Avoid Late Letdown, Beat UMBC Retrievers 79-70

Your Georgetown Hoyas desperately needed a win today after a historically bad loss to the American Eagles. Fortunately, after a tepid start, the Hoyas finally demonstrated the type of play that fans expected after a ballyhooed offseason. With Brandon Murray still nursing a lower body injury, Wayne Bristol started his...

Press Release: Ravens in Our Community

10 – 11 a.m. On Monday (11/28), Ravens DE Calais Campbell will join Campbell's Soup to donate 5,000 Campbell's products to the Maryland Food Bank (MFB). Campbell will join Ravens' staff volunteers as they sort through donated food to prepare for distribution to MFB's statewide network of community partners.