4:05 PM EDT, Mon March 30, 2015
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Terps in the mix for all-CAA transfer from Baltimore?

An All-CAA player with a connection to a few current Terrapins will reportedly transfer. Will Maryland be in the mix?
CSN Washington 3 hours ago

How does newest 5-star recruit fit with Terps?

Now that Maryland has a commitment from 5-star Diamond Stone, how does he fit within the projected team? Really well, actually.

More Terrapins Rumors & News

Baltimore Sun 16 hours ago

Tennessee stands between Terps women and return to Final Four

Maryland point guard Lexie Brown grew up in Florida and played high school basketball in Georgia, so as a youth in SEC country, the sophomore couldn't help but admire the tradition-rich Tennessee women's program. She even attended the last Final Four in which the Lady Vols appeared in 2008 in...
CSN Washington 16 hours ago

Reassurance? Maryland played well against Final Four teams

With three Final Four teams locked into place, should Maryland's success against them be more affirmation of the success of this season?
Baltimore Sun 18 hours ago

Terps men's lacrosse defense excels on both ends of 13-4 win over Michigan

The Maryland men's lacrosse team's defense can apparently create a little offense, too.

Maryland opens Big Ten play with 13-4 win over Michigan

The worst fears of Maryland’s supporters seemed to be coming to fruition midway through the third quarter of a 13-4 win over Michigan on Sunday evening at Byrd Stadium. Maryland, a perennial men’s lacrosse powerhouse, looked careless in its first game in a new league. The Terrapins turned the ball over haphazardly and generally played down to an overmatched opponent wearing familiar maize and blue winged helmets.Read full article >>
Washington Post 22 hours ago

2015 NCAA tournament: As Maryland women get set for Elite Eight, Terps’ Lexie Brown has fond memories rooting for Tennessee

SPOKANE, Wash. — Maryland point guard Lexie Brown grew up in Florida and played high school basketball in Georgia, so as a youth in SEC country, the sophomore couldn’t help but admire the tradition-rich Tennessee women’s program. She even attended the Lady Vols’ last Final Four in 2008 in Tampa.Read full article >>
Washington Post 22 hours ago

2015 NCAA tournament: As Maryland women get set for Elite Eight, Terps’ Lexie Brown has fond memories rooting for Tennessee

SPOKANE, Wash. — Maryland point guard Lexie Brown grew up in Florida and played high school basketball in Georgia, so as a youth in Southeastern Conference country, the sophomore couldn’t help but admire the tradition-rich Tennessee women’s program. She even attended the Lady Vols’ most recent Final Four appearance in 2008 in Tampa.Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun Mar 29, 2015

Michigan at Maryland men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

No. 3 Maryland and Michigan, playing in their Big Ten Conference opener, have met just once before, with the Terps cruising to a 13-5 victory on March 18, 2014. The Wolverines are 1-1 on the road this spring and looking to end a two-game losing streak. The Terps are 3-0 at home, where they have...
Baltimore Sun Mar 28, 2015

On defense, new faces and familiar results for No. 3 Maryland lacrosse

Strong defense has been a tradition of Maryland's lacrosse program throughout its proud history, but there was doubt about this year's team after the Terps lost three All-Americans.
Baltimore Sun Mar 28, 2015

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough leads Terps over Duke, 65-55, into Elite Eight

Brenda Frese sat down at the dais and immediately gave a little jab at Maryland's former foes from its days in the ACC.

Diamond Stone’s low-key announcement turns into major boon for Maryland

The thing Diamond Stone talks more about than anything else as of late, his father Bob Stone said, is attending his first prom later this spring. It will be his last chance to go as a senior at Milwaukee’s Dominican High School, where he has become something of a legend. He was always traveling during […]
Washington Post Mar 28, 2015

Terps Insider: Diamond Stone’s low-key announcement turns into major boon for Maryland

The thing Diamond Stone talks more about than anything else as of late, his father Bob Stone said, is attending his first prom later this spring. It will be his last chance to go as a senior at Milwaukee’s Dominican High School, where he has become something of a legend. He was always traveling during the dance over the years, perpetually improving his stock as one of the country’s top high school centers.Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun Mar 28, 2015

Terps' Jake Layman, Melo Trimble to explore possibility of entering NBA draft

Freshman point guard Melo Trimble and junior forward Jake Layman will “go through the process” of seeing where they might be taken in the NBA draft before making a decision about returning to Maryland next season, a source familiar with their situation said Saturday.
Washington Post Mar 28, 2015

2015 NCAA Tournament: Top-seeded Maryland women handle Duke, 65-55, advance to Elight Eight

SPOKANE, Wash.—The top-seeded Maryland women’s basketball team built a double-digit lead early in the second half, survived a brief rally from one of its most contentious rivals and pulled away down the stretch to secure a 65-55 victory over No. 4 seed Duke Saturday in the NCAA tournament’s Spokane Region round of 16.Read full article >>

Terrapins Player News

  • Quinton Jefferson

    Quinton Jefferson

  • Shane Cockerille

    Shane Cockerille

    Maryland quarterback Shane Cockerille looks to seize opportunities during spring practice

  • Yannick Ngakoue

    Yannick Ngakoue

    Yannick Ngakoue and Jermaine Carter, former high school teammates, lean on each other at Maryland

  • Brendan Moore

    Brendan Moore

    For Maryland lineman Brendan Moore, pursuit of perfect technique is never-ending

  • David Shaw

    David Shaw

    Terps defensive lineman David Shaw to miss about five months after knee surgery