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Terps Showcase Skills for NFL Scouts at Pro Day

Terps Showcase Skills for NFL Scouts at Pro Day

Maryland prospects showcase skills for scouts ahead of NFL Draft

Nats Park Debuts New Concessions for 2016 Season

Nats Park Debuts New Concessions for 2016 Season

Tasty new concessions headline the 2016 changes to Nats Park.

Cricket Across Maryland:  Growing a sport one fundamental at a time

Cricket Across Maryland: Growing a sport one fundamental at a time

It may not be football, basketball, or baseball... but cricket is making it's presence felt among kids in Maryland.

Wizards Running Out of Time to Secure Playoff Berth

Wizards Running Out of Time to Secure Playoff Berth

With 11 games remaining, The Washington Wizards are running out of time to secure a playoff berth after Wednesday's loss to Atlanta.

UMD Women’s hoops fall to Washington in NCAA Tournament

UMD Women’s hoops fall to Washington in NCAA Tournament

The seconded seeded Maryland Terrapins fell to the seventh seeded Washington Huskies in the second round of the NCAA Tournament 74-65.

Ex-Terp Blake on 2016 Team: “Go Out There and Do It”

Ex-Terp Blake on 2016 Team: “Go Out There and Do It”

NBA player Steve Blake discusses Maryland Terrapins NCAA Tournament prospects.

Terps Feeling Confident Heading into NCAA Tournament

Terps Feeling Confident Heading into NCAA Tournament

Terps get back to having fun and feel good heading into NCAA Tournament.

Terps Fall Short in Rematch Against Michigan State

Terps Fall Short in Rematch Against Michigan State

A strong defensive effort wasn't enough for Maryland, who fell short against Michigan State in semifinal.

Terps Get Back On Track, Advance to Big Ten Semifinals

Terps Get Back On Track, Advance to Big Ten Semifinals

Jake Layman and the Terps fire on all cylinders in win against Nebraska in Big Ten tournament quarterfinals.

BROOM BALL: An ice sport where you leave your skates at home

BROOM BALL: An ice sport where you leave your skates at home

COLLEGE PARK - An ice sport where no skates are allowed, broom ball is a favorite among college students, turning late Thursday nights into longstanding rivalries.