It's Time For Terps To Toughen Up
Rick Snider says the Terps are officially in a midseason slump, and Mark Turgeon needs to freshen the team quickly -- before a potential high seed for the NCAA Tournament slips away.
Maryland Falls To Purdue For Second Conference Loss
The Maryland men's basketball team relinquished a 12-point second-half lead over the visiting Purdue Boilermakers and lost, 73-72, Feb. 4. The defeat dropped the Terps to 20-3 on the season.
DJ Durkin, Terps Sign Highly Rated Freshmen Class
In his first full recruiting year at Maryland, DJ Durkin and his staff signed 17 players from Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia for a 28-man class that ranks 17th in the nation by Rivals.com.
Terps Show Class In Gaining Top Recruits
Rick Snider says Maryland football coach DJ Durkin deserves plenty of credit for signing one of the Terps' greatest freshmen classes ever in his first full recruiting year.
After Slow Start, Navy Basketball In Midst Of Dramatic Turnaround
Navy carries a seven-game winning streak into its Feb. 2 matchup against Patriot League rival Boston University, and six of those seven wins have been by double-digit margins.
Justin Jackson Stars, Melo Trimble Clutch As Terps Top Buckeyes
Melo Trimble scored five crucial points late as the Terps defeated Ohio State, 77-71, for their fifth consecutive road win in Big Ten play.
Justin Jackson Leads Terps To Fourth Straight Big Ten Road Win
Freshmen Justin Jackson and Kevin Huerter combined for 47 points as Maryland defeated Minnesota, 85-78. The Terps moved to 19-2 on the season and 7-1 in the Big Ten with the win.
Terps Look To Complete Highly Rated Recruiting Class
The Maryland football program has 29 current commitments for the class of 2017, as DJ Durkin has put together the 13th-best recruiting class in the nation, according to Rivals.com.
Terps Football Welcomes Eight Early Enrollees For Spring 2017
The University of Maryland's spring 2017 semester began Jan. 25, and the football team welcomed eight early enrollees who are now eligible for spring practices.
Kevin Huerter Sparks Terps In Victory Against Rutgers
With the win against Rutgers, the Terps improved to 18-2, matching the 1998-99 Maryland squad for the best record through the first 20 games of a season in school history.
Maryland's Chris Odoi-Atsem, Alex Crognale Now On Opposite Sides
Chris Odoi-Atsem, from Mitchellville, Md., was selected in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft, becoming the 19th Terp to be drafted in the first round since the league's inaugural 1996 season.
Are Terps Ready For The Real Season?
Rick Snider says the Maryland men's basketball team is off to an impressive start, but late-season games get harder and the Terps will need to grow up quickly if they want to be a tournament team.
Terps Top Iowa For Third Straight Big Ten Road Win
Behind junior guard Melo Trimble's 20 points, Maryland defeated Iowa, 84-76, Jan. 19 for its third consecutive Big Ten road win.
Maryland's Brionna Jones Earns Multiple National Player Of The Week Honors
After averaging 33.5 points and 12.0 rebounds for the week of Jan. 9-15, Maryland senior center Brionna Jones was awarded multiple Player of the Week honors.
Terps Freshmen Trio Lays Groundwork For Solid Future Footing
Glenn Clark thinks there is something potentially special about this year's Maryland men's basketball team, and he says this could be the group that finally delivers Maryland to that true level of national competition.
Injuries Behind Them, Dion Wiley And Ivan Bender Contributing For Terps
Having both been set back by injuries, Maryland guard Dion Wiley and forward Ivan Bender formed a bond while recovering and are now both making their mark with the Terps.
Freshman Destiny Slocum Providing Leadership For Maryland Women
"She has all of the intangibles," Brenda Frese said of freshman guard Destiny Slocum. "... Her motor and her passion just jump out at you. Destiny is always going to play one way, and that's all out."
Terry Hasseltine Optimistic Army-Navy Will Return To Maryland
After hosting the Army-Navy football game in two of the past three years, Maryland Sports' Terry Hasseltine is optimistic the rivalry will return to the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area.