9:05 AM EST, Sat November 18, 2017
Baltimore Sun 3 hours ago

Big running plays harder to find amid quarterback shuffle at Maryland this season

Just as junior running back Ty Johnson is quick to credit the Maryland offensive line for many of his long touchdowns, he is also slow to blame the team’s revolving quarterback situation for his not being as productive this season as he was as a sophomore. Still, it’s hard to deny the obvious. ...
Baltimore Sun Nov 16, 2017

Terps soccer's once-promising season ends with loss to Albany in PK shootout

The Maryland men’s soccer team’s season started with a 13-game unbeaten streak and very real dreams of its first College Cup appearance since 2013. On Thursday night, it ended in the first round of the NCAA tournament with a sixth straight home defeat, no goals and so many questions about what...
Baltimore Sun Nov 16, 2017

Schmuck: The tough got going in Maryland's big win over Butler

There are all sorts of reasons to be impressed with the way Maryland took apart Butler on Wednesday night at Xfinity Center, but the thing that stood out for me was the toughness that was exhibited by the Terps at several junctures in the game. Most notably, the way freshmen Darryl Morsell and...
Baltimore Sun Nov 16, 2017

After being suspended for second time, Maryland's Shane Cockerille likely to play Saturday

Maryland senior linebacker Shane Cockerille, who was suspended earlier this season for undisclosed reasons, has been reinstated to full activity and will likely play Saturday at Michigan State, coach DJ Durkin said Thursday. The former Gilman star had been suspended before Maryland’s game at Ohio...
Baltimore Sun Nov 16, 2017

'Incredible' Donovan Pines (River Hill) stands tall for Terps soccer entering NCAA tournament

“I love cells.” Donovan Pines said this earnestly Tuesday, outside the Varsity Team House, as his Maryland men’s soccer team stretched out before an afternoon practice on a nearby field. Pines also loves the biology department at Maryland, loves the environment, but this organic-chemistry course...
Baltimore Sun Nov 15, 2017

Cowan's first career double double leads Maryland past Butler, 79-65, in Gavitt Games

Anthony Cowan Jr. took quite a bit from Melo Trimble when they shared the backcourt last season. Trimble left Cowan with the confidence to lead the Terps as a sophomore. Cowan also might have taken Trimble’s clutch gene. After missing all five 3-point shots he tried in Maryland’s first two games,...
Baltimore Sun Nov 15, 2017

Butler provides Maryland's first test to show newfound serving of toughness

If there was a common theme to the Maryland men’s basketball team fading over the final seven games last season, it was in the way the Terps got pushed around — even bullied — on the boards by opponents that were decidedly more blue collar than themselves. It was the reason why Mark Turgeon brought...
Baltimore Sun Nov 15, 2017

Previewing Maryland basketball vs. Butler: Game time, odds and how to watch

Here's what you need to know about the Maryland men's basketball team's game against Butler on Wednesday. Time: 8:30 p.m. Location: Xfinity Center TV/Video: Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports Go (Justin Kutcher, Jim Jackson) Radio: 105.7 FM, 980 AM (Johnny Holliday, Chris Knoche, Walt Williams) Records:...
Baltimore Sun Nov 15, 2017

Veterans Dion Wiley, Jared Nickens shooting their way back into bigger roles for Maryland

The guards have gotten off to better starts this season than a year ago.
Baltimore Sun Nov 14, 2017

Durkin: Maryland will start QB Bortenschlager at Michigan State 'if he's healthy'

A week after making the pronouncement of his starting quarterback a “gametime decision,” Maryland coach DJ Durkin said at his weekly news conference Tuesday that sophomore Max Bortenschlager will start Saturday’s game at Michigan State “if he’s healthy.” While the nature of Bortenschlager’s injury...
Baltimore Sun Nov 13, 2017

Maryland women's rally against defending national champion South Carolina falls short, 94-86

Kaila Charles had a breakout game for Maryland with 31 points, but the Terps couldn't stop A'ja Wilson (32 points) and defending champion South Carolina in an early-season showdown at Xfinity Center.
Baltimore Sun Nov 13, 2017

Ex-Terp Shawne Merriman holds 15th coat drive, sees promise in Durkin's rebuilding at Maryland

Shawne Merrimen didn’t have to play on a rebuilding team going through growing pains when he came to Maryland as a freshman in the fall of 2002. The Terps were coming off a 10-2 season that included an ACC championship and an appearance in the Orange Bowl in Ralph Friedgen’s first year when Merriman...
Baltimore Sun Nov 13, 2017

Slumping Terps soccer to play Albany in NCAA tournament opener Thursday

One of the strangest Maryland men’s soccer seasons in the program’s hallowed history will continue for at least one more game. The Terps (10-5-3), a preseason College Cup favorite who have lost five straight games for the first time since 1993, coach Sasho Cirovski’s first season in College Park,...
Baltimore Sun Nov 13, 2017

Tired of defending schedule, Terps women prepare for defending champion: No. 4 South Carolina

Last season, the Maryland women’s basketball team got into trouble by mostly staying out of it. For finishing the regular season 30-3, for winning both Big Ten Conference titles and entering the postseason ranked No. 4, the Terps were rewarded with a No. 3 seed in the NCAA tournament, harsh punishment...
Baltimore Sun Nov 13, 2017

Digest (Nov. 12): Terps rally past Duke, 3-2, reach NCAA field hockey semifinals

Goals by Big Ten Freshman of the Year Bodil Keus on a penalty corner in the 64th minute and by All-Big Ten first-team honoree Linnea Gonzales (Patterson Mill) in the 66th rallied Maryland (15-6) to a 3-2 victory over second-seeded Duke (17-4) on Sunday in the NCAA quarterfinals in Durham, N.C....

Terrapins Player News

  • 1 Ty Johnson

    Ty Johnson

    Big running plays harder to find amid quarterback shuffle at Maryland this season

  • 1 Adam McLean

    Adam McLean

    Maryland football understudies get chance to shine during mini-scrimmages at end of practice

  • Max Bortenschlager

    Max Bortenschlager

    Durkin: Maryland will start QB Bortenschlager at Michigan State 'if he's healthy'

  • Anthony Cowan Jr.

    Anthony Cowan Jr.

    Cowan's first career double double leads Maryland past Butler, 79-65, in Gavitt Games

  • Jake Funk

    Jake Funk

    Jake Funk's versatility on full display for Maryland football this season

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