12:34 PM EST, Fri March 06, 2015
Baltimore Sun 12 hours ago

Terps women enter Big Ten quarterfinal against Michigan State with strength in reserve

During the most important stages of any game in her high school career, Brene Moseley always had the ball in her hands. There was, for instance, the time she scored 17 points as a freshman in Paint Branch's victory in the Class 4A state title game, one of many memorable performances that piqued...
Baltimore Sun 12 hours ago

Wisconsin wins Big Ten men's basketball title outright

Maryland's long-shot bid of tying for the Big Ten regular-season men's basketball championship and clinching the top seed in next week's conference tournament ended Thursday night when No. 6 Wisconsin earned a 76-63 victory at Minnesota.
Washington Post 16 hours ago

Brene Moseley gives Maryland a depth charge entering Big Ten tournament

With five seconds left in her team’s regular season finale last Sunday, Maryland women’s basketball Coach Brenda Frese called Brene Moseley over in front of the bench during a timeout and gave her a long congratulatory hug. The backup point guard had her turn in the spotlight, a fitting image for the fourth-ranked Terrapins. Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun 18 hours ago

After years backing up a star, Terps goalie Kyle Bernlohr starting to become one

Moments before the Maryland men's lacrosse team kicked off the season at Navy, Kyle Bernlohr's emotions got the best of him.
Baltimore Sun 18 hours ago

Future is now for Maryland, Northwestern women's basketball

Anyone looking at the Northwestern and Maryland women's basketball rosters might have thought both teams were one year away from their landmark successes in the Big Ten this season.

Maryland’s Abner Logan poised for breakout in spring football practice

Abner Logan felt as though he was serving his second redshirt season early last fall, when he was forced to sit out Maryland’s first six games while suspended by the university. It was a humbling time for the talented sophomore linebacker. He was left to make his mark as a scout team player each of those […]
Washington Post 21 hours ago

Terps Insider: Maryland’s Abner Logan poised for breakout in spring football practice

Abner Logan felt as though he was serving his second redshirt season early last fall, when he was forced to sit out Maryland’s first six games while suspended by the university. It was a humbling time for the talented sophomore linebacker. He was left to make his mark as a scout team player each of those weeks, never fully feeling part of the team once each Saturday rolled around because he couldn’t participate in the same game-day rituals as his teammates.Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 5, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Throwback Thursday: No. 22 Maryland upsets No. 4 Duke

The Maryland men’s basketball team has done something few thought it would this season: it won, and frequently. Picked to finish 10th in the Big Ten in a preseason media poll, the Terrapins will finish second in the conference at worst, and could take the top seed into the Big Ten tournament with a win in its regular season finale and two Wisconsin losses. They are a virtual lock for the NCAA tournament — and a fairly high seed, even — a postseason appearance the Terps have not made since 2010. Five years ago this week, Maryland earned one of the most memorable wins in its...
Baltimore Sun Mar 5, 2015

Potential opponents for Maryland in the NCAA tournament

As Maryland's men's basketball team has settled into the top 10 this week, there has become some consensus among the bracketheads that the Terps would slot in as a No. 3 seed if the NCAA tournament began today.
CSN Washington Mar 4, 2015

Turgeon 1 of 15 finalists for Coach of the Year award

Mark Turgeon is one of 15 coaches in an impressive group to be named a finalist for the national Coach of the Year award.
Washington Post Mar 4, 2015

Maryland football unveils new defense at start of spring practice

While much of the campus was still waking up early Wednesday morning, the Maryland football team’s first spring practice was already well underway, its players giddy about wearing shorts and helmets in frigid temperatures at Byrd Stadium. Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 4, 2015

Terps Insider: Damonte Dodd looks to sustain success after playing ‘freely’ against Rutgers

Maryland’s Damonte Dodd was waiting outside his team’s locker room following Tuesday night’s win over Rutgers when he heard someone call his name. It was Scarlet Knights Coach Eddie Jordan, a former AAU coach of Dodd’s.Read full article >>

Damonte Dodd looks to sustain success after playing ‘freely’ against Rutgers

Maryland’s Damonte Dodd was waiting outside his team’s locker room following Tuesday night’s win over Rutgers when he heard someone call his name. It was Scarlet Knights Coach Eddie Jordan, a former AAU coach of Dodd’s. “Damonte, good luck,” Jordan said. “Win a national championship, would you?” Dodd grinned at his former mentor. It had […]
Baltimore Sun Mar 4, 2015

Keith Dudzinski runs his first practice as Terps' defensive coordinator

When the Maryland football team took the field at Byrd Stadium Wednesday morning for the first day of spring practice, players on the defensive side took calls from a coach who was new, but familiar.
Washington Post Mar 4, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Maryland State House honors Gary Williams on his 70th birthday

Former Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams celebrated his 70th birthday Wednesday at the Maryland State House in Annapolis, where governor Larry Hogan and state representatives declared it Gary Williams Day.Read full article >>

Terrapins Player News

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  • Michal Cekovsky

    Michal Cekovsky

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  • Jared Nickens

    Jared Nickens

    Why Maryland has had to "thank God" for Jared Nickens

  • Jon Graham

    Jon Graham

    On Senior Day, Terps beat Michigan and preserve perfect record at home vs. Big Ten

  • Richaud Pack

    Richaud Pack

    Guard play keys Maryland basketball's win over Nebraska