Dawes to Open Second Gymnastics Academy in Rockville
Dominique Dawes, gold medal-winning gymnast and member of three U.S. Olympic teams, announced the opening of her second Dominique Dawes Gymnastics and Ninja Academy in Rockville. To commemorate the opening, Dawes will be attending a celebratory ribbon cutting on April 1 at 1:45 p.m. The academy is located in the...
Rockville, March 23 High School 🏐 Game Notice
There are 3 high school 🏐 games in Rockville. The Sherwood High School volleyball team will have a game with Rockville High School on March 23, 2023, 14:45:00 CST. The Sherwood High School volleyball team will have a game with Rockville High School on March 23, 2023, 16:15:00 CST.
‘OK Dumba**’: Dave Portnoy and College Basketball Analyst Throw Down in Fiesty Twitter Spat
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and basketball analyst Jeff Goodman came to blows on Twitter Tuesday afternoon about a coach’s decision to leave a program for a rival. Former Providence College head coach Ed Cooley left the Friars‘ Men’s basketball program on Monday, ending a 12-year run to sign with Georgetown University — a school in the Big East Conference, just like his former employer.
No. 10 Maryland women’s lacrosse defeats No. 24 Penn, 16-12
With the score 12-10, No. 10 Maryland women’s lacrosse had a chance to close out the game. Junior attacker Chrissy Thomas, who had just four goals in the previous 10 games, delivered. She scored twice in a row and provided the spark that Maryland desperately needed after capitalizing just once in the third quarter. Her heroics led to the Terps’ fifth straight, as they took down No. 24 Penn by a final score of 16-12.
MM 3.22: Three-star running back Terek McCant commits to Maryland football
Maryland football received a commitment from class of 2024 prospect Terek McCant Tuesday, announced in a social media post by McCant. — 4u2b50ufe0f Terek u26a1ufe0fMccant (@TerekMccant6) March 21, 2023. McCant is listed as a running back by 247Sports but an athlete by Rivals, showcasing his versatility. The 247Sports Composite rates...
Legendary coach Brenda Frese meets early, continued success at Maryland
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Legendary coach Brenda Frese has led the Maryland Terrapins for 21 seasons, becoming the school's all-time leader in just about every coaching record. Frese, who's 28 days shy of her 32nd birthday, made clear her intentions from the start. "I am here for one reason:...
Masonius savors home NCAA experience
COLLEGE PARK, MD. — Faith Masonius, a 2019 graduate of Manasquan High School, waited a long time to play a home NCAA Tournament women’s basketball game for Maryland. The Terrapins are the type of program that is always in the mix to be a host for opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament since the team is almost always ranked among the top 20 in the country.
Nate Oats shares what Maryland's defense did to slow three-point shooting
Nate Oats is pleased Alabama is on to the Sweet Sixteen, but he’s hoping the Crimson Tide shoot better from three than they did against Maryland in the Round of 32 on Saturday. While Alabama took care of business by a score of 73-51, the Crimson Tide weren’t able...
Maryland baseball slid from No. 13 to unranked after 11 games, but the ‘Dirty Terps’ are battling back
On March 14, Maryland baseball headed up to Newark, Delaware, to face the Delaware Blue Hens, a team that Maryland had already beat on Feb. 28, 8-3. The Terps struggled all game to pull away from Delaware, finding themselves in a three-run hole headed to the ninth. Then, late game heroics gave them the lead, and ultimately the win in extra innings. After the game head coach Rob Vaughn had a message for his team: “It’s time.”
New Details Emerge From Ed Cooley's Decision To Leave Providence
After over a decade in Providence, coach Ed Cooley decided that it was time for a change. He now takes over the struggling Georgetown Hoyas, but it reportedly wasn't for the money. Per basketball insider Jeff Goodman: "Ed Cooley did NOT leave Georgetown for the money. Sure, he is making more ...
Madison basketball channels old roots for successful season
MADISON HEIGHTS — Hard-nosed, blue-collar, physical, determined: They’re all things that represent and can be expected from Madison Heights Madison High School boys basketball. Madison expects this mentality from its players, but what the team didn’t expect this season was for its roster to diminish down to eight...
Game time, TV information set for Notre Dame vs. Maryland in Sweet 16
Notre Dame gets another crack at Maryland. The No. 3 seed Fighting Irish (27-5) face the No. 2 seed Terrapins (27-6) for the second time this season on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. ET (ESPN). Maryland’s Diamond Miller hit a buzzer-beater at Purcell Pavilion to give the Terps a 74-72 road...
Johnson, Washington picked for Futures Game
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A pair of the Highlight Zone’s brightest stars will get a chance to shine on a state-wide stage as North Side junior Brauntae Johnson and Concordia junior Ajani Washington have been selected to play in the inaugural IndyStar boys’ All-Star “Futures Game.” The game will pit the top twelve underclassmen […]
Lacrosse Topped by Saint Joseph’s, 17-6
WASHINGTON – GW lacrosse fell to the reigning Atlantic 10 Champion Saint Joseph's lacrosse team, 17-6, at the Mount Vernon Lacrosse Field on Wednesday. In a rematch of last year's A-10 quarterfinal matchup with the Hawks, GW allowed 11 first-half goals, which would prove to put this one out of reach for the Buff & Blue, who moved to 1-2 in conference play.
Raider softball wins opener with reinforcements
JACKSON TWP — Seneca Valley has six starters back from last season’s PIAA softball runner-up team. And they have reinforcements. Sophomore Addie Winkle —who did some pinch-running during the Raiders’ postseason run last season — was not in Tuesday’s starting lineup. She came off the bench to deliver three hits and four RBI, freshman No. 9 hitter Neve Miller produced a pair of doubles and two RBI to lead the Raiders to a season-opening 12-1, five-inning victory over Plum Tuesday on the SV diamond.
Maryland to Compete at Raleigh Relays, Navy Springtime Invite
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Maryland track and field squads will travel to Annapolis on Saturday, March 25. The Terps opened their 2023 outdoor season last week at the UCF Black and Gold Invitational. Kayla Thorpe opened her season with a bang, setting a new program record in the Javelin throw. It marked the second straight season that the Terps…
Kirsten Peterman Still Involved in College Athletics After Gymnastics Retirement
Kirsten Peterman was one of four Terrapin gymnasts whose final season was cut short due to the onset of the pandemic in 2020 after requiring hand surgery that same year. What she perhaps didn’t know at the time was that years later, she’d still hold an integral role in collegiate athletics. Peterman now works as an academic advisor at LSU with the school’s football players and is one of their biggest fans, often quick to celebrate the on-field and off-field accomplishments of the athletes she works with.
NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament Second Round-Maryland vs Alabama
Mar 18, 2023; Birmingham, AL, USA; Maryland Terrapins forward Patrick Emilien (15) hits Alabama Crimson Tide guard Jahvon Quinerly (5) after a shot during the first half at Legacy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Eighth-Inning Rally Dooms Baseball at Maryland
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - GW baseball's Tuesday night contest at Maryland, its first against the local foe in seven years, unfortunately followed a difficult script for the Buff & Blue. The visitors held a lead in the later innings, but the host Terps scored six times in the eighth to earn a 9-6 triumph.
HU Basketball Finds Hope After Loss in NCAA Tournament
The 2022-23 season has been a season to remember for the Howard University men's basketball program. The post HU Basketball Finds Hope After Loss in NCAA Tournament appeared first on The Washington Informer.
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