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Georgetown's next opponent is struggling after the graduation of Doug McDermott, last season’s national player of the year and the son of Coach Greg McDermott.
The ‘Capital City Classic’ highlights this weekend’s slate of Atlantic 11 games.
As it approaches second half of league season, Maryland enters bye weekend looking to work out recent deficiencies.
Ellison shows off her hops in Ann Arbor.
Notre Dame’s point guard has led the Irish into the Top 10 and entrenched himself as a prime player of the year candidate.
Buckeyes dominate in the paint to send Maryland to its most lopsided loss of season.
Ohio State’s D’Angelo Russell outshines fellow freshman Melo Trimble in the rout of No. 16 Maryland in Columbus.
Feinstein says the Cavaliers’ resumé is more impressive thus far.
No. 16 Terps return to Columbus for nationally televised meeting with Buckeyes, who have won three of four.
Graduate student Jake McLernon created ‘8 Years Past Midnight’ for his Master’s capstone project.
The Hokies and the Cavaliers now know their upcoming football schedules.
COLUMN | Jacob Susskind did not take the typical route into big-time college sports at U-Md.
Mark Few may have his best team yet at Gonzaga, but most are waiting until March and the NCAA tournament to measure the Bulldogs.
Maryland has so far failed to apply that perimeter pressure that would unnerve and unsettle an opponent and generate turnovers.
Maryland freshman on facing highly touted Buckeyes guard: “It’s about Maryland vs. Ohio State.“
A 64-54 win over American is further evidence that Coach Ed DeChellis has Midshipmen positioned to make run in Patriot League.
Terrapins have won a season-high 11 in a row for their longest streak since 14 straight in 2013-14 and are the only unbeaten team in the Big Ten.
Fresh off his game-winning shot against Northwestern, Wells is eager to move on as Maryland heads back to Columbus Thursday.
The Mids’ move into a conference brings the timing of the Army-Navy game into conflict with the College Football Playoff selection process.
Maryland will meet Ohio State and freshman standout D’Angelo Russell trying to tighten up on defense.
The Cavaliers have more differences than similarities to the school’s last team to start 19-0, but the 1980-81 team cheers them on just the same.
The Rapid City Rush has apologized for the incident and has vowed to investigate it and punish those responsible.
When No. 2 Virginia hosts No. 4 Duke on Saturday, they will be faced with the challenge of how to defend star freshman center Jahlil Okafor.
Under Armour design features significant years in program history.
Turnovers and poor shooting prove overwhelming to Colonials as the No. 14 Rams drill George Washington for the third consecutive season at Siegel Center to extend their winning streak to 12.
No. 21 Georgetown's four-game win streak ends amid turnovers, poor shooting as Musketeers complete season sweep.
After winning 40 games and making an NCAA Super Regional appearance a year ago, Terps look to build on new national profile.
Blue-blood programs need to halt slides and build NCAA tournament resumes before it’s too late.
A weekly roundup of news and notes from some of the teams around the Washington area.
With more than 1,100 games under Ryan Zimmerman’s big league belt, how does the Nationals star prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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