March 9, 2017
Family reunion for Baltimore’s Williams cut short by Ohio State loss

WASHINGTON – For the first time ever, the Big Ten Tournament is being played in Washington. For most players, that means a longer trip, but for Ohio State’s Kam Williams, it meant coming home. Williams is from Baltimore, about 40 miles north of Washington. His parents, Lorrie Green and Kevin Williams, still live there, so […]

February 3, 2017
How an advanced hockey stat measures luck in the NHL

So your favorite hockey team is off to a great start. Twenty games into the season, they’ve shocked the world and are first in the division after being predicted to finish last.

April 20, 2017
New teams are economic boost to some cities, including Washington and Baltimore

WASHINGTON – If you listen closely enough during the summer months in Washington’s Navy Yard neighborhood, you might hear the crack of a bat smashing a baseball and a roaring crowd through the sound of jackhammers and drills. The home to Nationals Park and the Washington Nationals since 2005 is under seemingly endless construction. In […]

March 24, 2017
Remember Maryland’s “Oh, he steal” game?

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Fifteen March Madnesses ago, Maryland reigned supreme. Maryland’s 2002 National Championship, the only title in school history, was seemingly the perfect storm: Cole Field House’s final season and redemption for the previous season’s Final Four loss. But the season wouldn’t have been complete without a victory over Duke. After dropping the […]