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Life in the ACC is winding down for the Maryland Terrapins. For many of the athletic programs, the move is lateral, with little difference in competition; however, one team will be moving into the most formidable conference in the country.
The city of Hagerstown has a history of baseball stretching back nearly a century. But it's looking like there may not be a second 100 years.
Helmet Manufacturer Is Unsuccessful in Attempt to Have Charges Dismissed in Frostburg Football Player’s Death
A Montgomery County judge this week denied motions to dismiss charges against a helmet manufacturer in a case brought by the parents of a Frostburg State University football player who died of head injuries in August 2011 following four straight days of heavy contact drills in practice.
A House of Delegates bill that would have established a pilot program to add concussion sensors to football equipment at high schools throughout Maryland died in subcommittee.
After every long winter, spring flowers bloom and the boys of summer return to the diamond. But this year is a bit more special - the Orioles have now been doing that in Baltimore for 60 years.
The unified sports scene in Maryland has grown sharply over the last few years, leading to thousands of disabled students having the ability to play high school sports.
Unified Sports, a Special Olympics Maryland program, gives an opportunity for students with and without intellectual disabilities to form friendships and quash stereotypes.
The idea that NCAA student-athletes are employees that deserve to be paid to play is "silly," NCAA president Mark Emmert said Wednesday at an event at the University of Maryland.
WASHINGTON- The D.C. Divas are a full tackle professional women's football team. This group of elite female athletes proves that when it comes to breaking barriers, they tackle them head on.