After Austin Lanham injured his knee playing rugby at the University of Maryland in 2004, he devoted his attention to another big “sport” on college campuses. Not football or basketball, but beer pong.
The 2012 Preakness will feature Grammy Award-winning artists, all-you-can-drink beer, and a “party manimal” with a unicorn-man sidekick.
Oh, and a horse race.
Area high school coaches said head coach Mark Turgeon and his staff are more visible at local high schools than his predecessor Gary Williams.
With his job potentially on the line, head coach Randy Edsall replenished his coaching staff with a highly-touted recruiter with local ties and secured an incoming class with more than double the number of in-state players as last year.
A growing number of young athletes in Maryland are focusing on playing a single sport, putting themselves at greater risk of serious injuries, physicians said.
With a growing number of high school athletes getting into trouble with posts on social media sites, coaches said they want to ensure their student-athletes are tweeting with discretion.
Today, a new breed of athletic, powerful tight end has revolutionized offenses in the National Football League, a transformation that is now trickling down to high school football in Maryland.
After breaking the longest losing streak in NCAA Division I men’s basketball last month with a five-point win over UNC Wilmington, Towson University’s squad hoped to follow it with more victories. Instead, they’ve lost five straight.