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Georgetown can remain in the hunt for the No. 2 seed in the Big East tournament with a win against the No. 21 Bulldogs.
The freshman forward has carved out an important role for the Terps, who will face the Scarlet Knights on Tuesday with their first top-10 ranking since 2003.
Cavaliers remain No. 1 and Georgetown jumps to third in poll.
After wins over Wisconsin and Michigan, Terps crack top-ten ranking for first time since February 2003.
A weekend of big bubble impact saw the Longhorns squander a golden opportunity while the BYU Cougars pounced in their chance to impress the selection committee.
MRI reveals freshman center has no structural damage in left knee, could still miss Tuesday’s game against Scarlet Knights.
The Cavaliers have again found a rhythm on offense in recent games after wing Justin Anderson’s injury.
Remaining patient in his role off the bench, freshman forward delivers clutch shooting in Maryland’s latest win.
Smotrycz helps Maryland overcome Wolverines’ zone, Cekovsky to be evaluated after being injured in pregame warmups.
COLUMN | In beating Virginia Tech to improve to 27-1, the Cavs show again that they’ve embraced who they are.
With its familiar stifling defense and balanced offense, No. 2 Virginia takes care of Virginia Tech in rematch.
The Hoyas suffer numerous lapses vs. the motivated Red Storm and fall to third place in the Big East.
The No. 14 Terrapins recover from a sluggish start to win for the fifth straight time and maintain second place in the Big Ten.
The coach left GW to better address his son’s autism. Now he has the Wildcats, who play Maryland on Sunday, in the top 25.
The No. 5 Terrapins were picked to finish first in their opening season in the league, but now are one win from going undefeated.
Maryland looks to finish undefeated in Big Ten home games against Wolverines.
Steve Howes, using a novel approach to lure men’s basketball recruits, has the Cardinals on the cusp of the Division III tournament.
Maryland senior Dez Wells, entering his final home game, remains motivated even after his best performances.
Brown will miss spring practice after labrum surgery, while Terps’ new 4-3 scheme will feature Davis at corner.
The Hoyas have risen to second place in the Big East, but much is at stake for both sides when they visit the Red Storm.
The Cavaliers were at full strength and nearly lost the last time the teams met. This time, they’re shorthanded and Virginia Tech is healthy.
Smotrycz’s final home game as a Terp will come against his former school.
No. 5 Maryland handles Indiana, 83-72, as the Terps’ lone senior revels in being honored by scoring 28 points.
Boeheim says he wishes he could be banned from this year’s NCAA tournament instead of his team.
St. Francis Brooklyn has never seen the inside of the bracket. But that could change this season.
Anderson says making freshmen student-athletes ineligible could help them adjust to college life more easily.
Court rushings at Kansas State and Maryland stir up a two-pronged debate about the viability of storming the floor.
Despite missing London Perrantes with a concussion, the No. 2 Cavaliers go on the road and hammer Wake Forest.
Laurin Mincy, who will play her final regular season home game Thursday, has mentored three rapidly improving sophomores.
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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