A new look for NBA, where amazing happens

Bria Brown Web Copyeditor This year’s NBA season started off with a bang. There was the Kyrie and LeBron saga, landing Kyrie a spot on the Boston Celtics, the unfortunate Gordon Haywood injury, and the long-awaited Carmelo Anthony trade to Oklahoma City. Dwyane Wade reunites with the Celevand Cavaliers alongside his tag-team brother LeBron James,…

Maryland Men Win in Second Straight Trip To Baltimore

After playing a game in Baltimore in December 2015 for the first time in 17 years, the Maryland men’s basketball team returned to Royal Farms Arena on December 20 against the Charlotte 49ers. With one of the top scorers in program history serving as an honorary captain on the anniversary of a record-setting night, the…

Maryland basketball teams in top 10 entering heart of B1G schedule

By Andrew R. Koch Business Manager Maryland’s men’s and women’s basketball teams started the season ranked in the top 10 in the media and coaches’ polls. After a school-record 28 win season and an appearance in the Round of 32 in last year’s NCAA tournament, the men’s team added three new pieces in two graduate…

Maryland Women Celebrate 10th Anniversary of National Championship

    The fifth-ranked Maryland Lady Terrapins started off 2016 by celebrating the 10th anniversary of their national championship, when Head Coach Brenda Frese’s team came from behind to defeat Duke 78-75 in overtime at what was then known as the Fleet Center in Boston. The first 2,006 fans at the Jan. 2 game against…

Maryland Basketball Triumphant in Return to Baltimore

The last time the Maryland Terrapins played a game at what was then known as First Mariner Arena in downtown Baltimore, they defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes 84-65 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. That was on Nov. 30, 1999. Maryland was also looking for déjà vu against Princeton, beating the Tigers 81-58 at First Mariner on…

Ravens face season without Suggs

The Ravens lost their opening game of the 2015 NFL season in Denver. That loss pales in comparison to an injury sustained by one of Baltimore’s most important players, linebacker Terrell Suggs. Suggs, the emotional leader of the Ravens, tore his left Achilles tendon in the fourth quarter of Baltimore’s 19-13 loss at Denver. He…