Maryland Lags Behind Other Big Ten Schools in Spending

Maryland will likely need to spend a lot more to recruit players and field teams once it officially leaves the Atlantic Coast Conference and heads to the more lucrative pastures of the Big Ten in July.

Unified Sports Drive Participation Increase in Maryland High Schools

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.

NCAA President Calls for Student-Athlete Stipends

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.

Advocates Call for Athletic Trainers in Maryland High Schools

Advocates are pushing for change in Maryland counties that don’t have athletic trainers in every high school.

On the Fast Track: Maryland Speedskaters Eye 2018 Olympics

Maryland has emerged as a hotbed of talent for the sport of short track speedskating. And two of its most promising athletes, local high school students 16-year-old Thomas Hong and 17-year-old Shaner LeBauer, could end up as members of Team USA at the 2018 Olympics in South Korea.