Here’s what to expect for the Army-Navy game at Gillette Stadium
On Saturday, Dec. 9, the Army-Navy game will come to New England for the first time in the 124-year series history.
CFG Bank Arena Developer Considered Building a New Arena in South Baltimore
Oak View Group (OVG), the company that redeveloped CFG Bank Arena and has a 30-year lease on the property, considered building a new arena before committing to renovating Baltimore’s existing Downtown arena. OVG CEO Tim Leiweke was a guest on Weller Development’s ‘From The Ground Up’ podcast and detailed the different opportunities the organization considered in the years leading up to the CFG Bank Arena renovation.
Morgan State football player and Baltimore-area bank collaborate on NIL deal
Morgan State defensive lineman Elijah Williams was not only a key performer on the Bears’ top-ranked defense but also a marketing major with an eye on following his family into the business world after graduation. Harbor Bank, a Black-owned and operated bank serving the Baltimore area since the early...
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.
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...
Julian Reese, Maryland overwhelm Rider
Julian Reese had a double-double by halftime and Maryland cruised to a 103-76 victory against overmatched Rider on Tuesday night
Maryland Terrapins vs. Rider Broncs: Game Preview and How to Watch
• The Maryland Terrapins are leading the Rider Broncs 54-27 at halftime, and a win would push their record over .500 to 4-3. Rider, on the other hand, will have a 1-5 record unless they can turn the game around.
Morgan State band to perform during the next Ravens game
The Ravens won't be the only ones putting on a show when they play the LA Rams on Dec. 10. This game will feature a performance from Morgan State's band, "The Magnificent Marching Machine."
Alexander Drops 23 As St. Mary’s College Men’s Basketball Wins Second In A Row
BALTIMORE, Md. – Fifth-year captain Daryn Alexander (Twinbrook, Md./Richard Montgomery) tallied a season-best 23 points Monday night (Nov. 27) to lead the St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s basketball team to their second consecutive victory. St. Mary’s College (3-3) posted a 77-67 non-conference win over Notre Dame of Maryland University (0-4). How It Happened.
Maryland Basketball: 3 keys to non-conference matchup with Rider
Maryland Basketball (3-3, 0-0 Big Ten) takes on the MAAC preseason favorite Rider Broncs (1-4, 0-0 MAAC) in non-conference action at home. What are the keys for a Terrapins victory?. With losses in three of their first four games, it hasn’t been the most inspiring start to the season for...
Baltimore Beatdown Game Picks: Week 12
Joshua Reed holds a two-game lead, sitting at 105-63 Vasilis Lericos cracked 100 wins with a strong 10-4 performance last week. Kyle Phoenix is now two games back from Vasilis and seven picks back after missing Week 1 picks. He’s at 98-50.
UMBC volleyball’s Emily Ferketic proving adept using math to explain black holes and blocking opposing hitters [Baltimore Sun]
Emily Ferketic doesn’t have to be an astrophysicist to play volleyball at UMBC. But she can do both. Ferketic, a 6-foot-2 opposite hitter, has averaged 1.1 kills per set and totaled 18 blocks while starting the past three matches for the Retrievers (17-7), who captured their fourth straight America East championship and will meet No. 8 seed Southern California (18-12) in the first round of the NCAA Division I Tournament on Friday at 4 p.m. at the University of Pittsburgh’s Petersen Events Center.
HISA: No Specific Cause for Laurel Fatalities Last Spring, Mirroring No-Fault Findings in Churchill Deaths
A months-long investigation by the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act (HISA) Authority on a cluster of 13 Thoroughbred fatalities at Laurel Park during this year's winter and spring meets has determined that the deaths could not be attributed to any specific, obvious cause. The Nov. 28 report essentially reached the...
MEAC Basketball Predictions, Odds & Best Bets - November 29
See odds, stats and predictions for all of the day’s MEAC men’s college basketball games.
What does John Angelos really want – and what is Maryland willing to give him?
With the stadium lease drama about to go into extra innings in Annapolis and the typical Angelos family stall rolling on for baseball fans, longtime Baltimore journalist, author and Orioles historian John Eisenberg discusses the history of the franchise, the city and the downtown landscape he found four decades ago when he joined The Sun as a sportswriter and columnist.
Highlight: Zay Flowers Rips Off 37-Yard Touchdown Run to Ice Win
Miles leads High Point against Morgan State after 20-point showing
Morgan State Bears (2-6) at High Point Panthers (4-3) BOTTOM LINE: High Point hosts the Morgan State Bears after Duke Miles scored 20 points in High Point’s 122-73 victory over the Mount Olive Trojans. The Panthers have gone 2-0 at home. High Point is the Big South leader with...
Orioles workers protest outside team merchandise store on Black Friday
BALTIMORE -- Around 70 Orioles merchandise employees and their supporters picketed outside of the Orioles Team Store on Friday, according to WJZ's media partner the Baltimore Banner.They held signs and demanded that Orioles' merchandise company, Fanatics, restore work hours and health care benefits to some employees, the Baltimore Banner reported.In a statement released ahead of the demonstration, members of the hospitality workers' union UNITE HERE Local 7 noted concessions and retail workers at Camden Yards have long been represented by the union.But at the beginning of last season, the Orioles split the contract to run the concessions, allowing Fanatics to take over the operations of the team store, according to union members.Meanwhile, Levy Restaurants was chosen to run the food and beverage operations at the baseball stadium.Levy Restaurants quickly moved to take up the previous operator's union contract, but Fanatics has reportedly refused to agree to the basic tenets of a union contract, union members said.As a result, some of the merchandise employees lost hours and lost health insurance, according to union members. Read more about the concerns of Orioles merchandise workers here.
Wearing of the 3
These days, double numbers are all over the place in Division III. But at Johns Hopkins, just one player, the one who teammates feel most exemplifies what it means to be a JHU football player, gets to wear the tribute to the late Jim Margraff. This year, Spencer Uggla is the chosen recipient of the jersey.
Pitt Volleyball Earns No. 1 Seed in NCAA Tournament
Pitt volleyball received a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament during the Selection Show Sunday night, thanks to a strong finish to the regular season and a schedule filled with top opponents in the ACC and out-of-conference. The Panthers finished the season 25-4 overall, 16-2 in the ACC and...