4:30 PM EDT, Thu June 22, 2017
4 hours ago

Quickley, Huerter named to U.S. U-19 basketball team

Maryland rising sophomore wing Kevin Huerter and five-star point guard prospect Immanuel Quickley (John Carroll) have made the 12-man roster to represent the United States in the FIBA U-19 World Cup next month in Egypt. It marks the second straight year that Huerter and Quickley have made their...
10 hours ago

Orioles' Kevin Gausman makes strides in loss to Indians, but wishes he had three pitches back

Kevin Gausman opened the fifth inning of Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Cleveland Indians with his most dominating sequence of the night, another glimpse of how special Gausman can be when everything is working for him -- something that's become far too irregular this season. Gausman had pitched four...
20 hours ago

Orioles have been great with runners in scoring position — there just haven't been enough runners

Adam Jones, Jonathan Schoop and Trey Mancini can be counted on to deliver with RISP.
21 hours ago

Schmuck: Don't expect Orioles to find an outside fix for deepening pitching struggles

There is no way to sugarcoat what has happened to the Orioles pitching staff this season … and the fact that probably nothing can be done about it.
21 hours ago

His NBA draft prospects in doubt, former Maryland star Melo Trimble remains confident

Considered a possible second-round selection, guard says, 'I just want to get the opportunity.'
22 hours ago

Maryland lacrosse players Matt Rambo, Zoe Stukenberg nominated for ESPYs

It’s been a while — well, not really — since Maryland lacrosse stars Matt Rambo and Zoe Stukenberg received an award. So it’s only natural the Terps duo earned nominations for this year’s ESPY awards after leading their respective teams to national championships over Memorial Day weekend and earning...
Jun 20, 2017

Report that Terps lacrosse assistant Kevin Conry will be Michigan’s new head coach is disputed

A person familiar with the Wolverines opening said 'no offer [was] made' to Conry and that the former Johns Hopkins defenseman had not 'spoken with anyone in a few days.'
Jun 20, 2017

Seeking lane into NBA, undrafted players turn to developmental and overseas leagues

'You have to embrace the grind,' former Terp Dez Wells says of his pursuit of a job at the highest level of basketball.
Jun 20, 2017

Maryland adds third football recruit in a week, Virginia WR Brian Cobbs

Virginia three-star wide receiver Brian Cobbs committed to Maryland on Tuesday, the Terps’ third pledge in less than a week. "I have decided to stay in the DMV and play college football in College Park," he wrote on Twitter. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Cobbs, who attends Hayfield in Quantico, Va.,...
Jun 20, 2017

Maryland's Huerter a finalist for U.S. under-19 men's basketball team

Maryland men's basketball rising sophomore Kevin Huerter on Tuesday was named one of 18 finalists for the U.S. under-19 men’s basketball team that will play in the FIBA World Cup next month. Final roster spots will be announced Thursday. A member of the gold-medal-winning under-18 team last summer,...
Jun 20, 2017

Orioles prospect Randolph Gassaway built foundation in Sarasota en route to All-Star bid

Mingling with all the bonus babies and top prospects at Tuesday's Carolina League All-Star Game in Salem, Va., on Tuesday is an Orioles prospect who is every bit as deserving of his spot. And considering how long it took to get him there, perhaps a bit more so.
Jun 19, 2017

Bundy bitten by big inning for first time as a starter in Orioles loss to Indians

Throughout the first half of this season, which he has spent as the Orioles' most reliable pitcher, Dylan Bundy built quality starts by avoiding frames like Monday night’s fourth inning. But when the Indians batted around off him with four doubles in a four-run fourth, Bundy fell victim to the...
Jun 19, 2017

Bundy rocked in middle innings and Orioles set AL pitching futility mark in 12-0 loss to Indians

Indians bat around in fourth and fifth innings, scoring four runs in each, then add three in sixth and one in ninth.
Jun 19, 2017

Len Bias' rise and fall

Len Bias' legacy lives on in the hearts of Terps fans around the nation. On June 19, the anniversary of his death, fans around the nation remember him. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)