D.C. Deaf Men’s Rugby Players Are Pioneers in the Sport

The All Deaf Rugby Football Club, which practices in Washington, D.C., is the only deaf adult men’s rugby team in North America.

Move to Big Ten Could Bring Back Eliminated Sports

University of Maryland officials said they are considering bringing back some of the athletic teams eliminated last year due to a budget deficit.

Maryland Women’s Basketball Overwhelms Michigan State

Led by Alyssa Thomas’ 28 points, fourth-seeded Maryland (26-7) beat the fifth-seeded Michigan State 74-49 in the second round of the NCAA tournament to advance to the Sweet Sixteen for the fourth time in five years.

Redskins Name Roundly Criticized as Racist during Smithsonian Event

The Washington Redskins team name was lambasted as “racist” and “demeaning” during a daylong symposium at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.

Diverse P.G. County Lacrosse Club Defies the Sport’s Norm

When Alex Heitkemper joined the Prince George’s Pride lacrosse club three years ago, he noticed something different about the team. The club, one of only two youth lacrosse clubs in the county, challenged the notion lacrosse is a sport only played by wealthy, white athletes.

Greenbelt Teenager Stands Atop Junior Tennis Rankings

Evan Zhu, who trains at the Tennis Center at College Park, is the top ranked 14-and-under tennis player in the nation.