With a rise in professional athletes using their platforms to speak out for personal causes, many colleges are adapting. The University of Maryland has partnered with Opendorse to create a program for building their student-athletes’ brands.
Montgomery County Public Schools athletic programs held their first practice sessions for fall sports with conditioning and skill-based training permitted to begin March 1.
WASHINGTON – Blakeney and Howard drew headlines around the country when five-star recruit Makur Maker chose the Bison over the likes of UCLA, Kentucky, and Memphis back in July. The Bison landed their second high-profile player this summer when Purdue…
Terps football officially kicks off in nine days. See how players and Coach Locksley are feeling heading into their season opener on the 24
Pickleball is a fun, unique sport that has grown over the past few years in Montgomery County. With courts all over the county, it’s a fun way to meet new people and stay active while staying distanced.
Back in August Big Ten presidents and chancellors postponed the football season. September 16th they announced that they voted to unanimously reverse their decision.The Big Ten expects to play 8 regular season games in addition to a championship week. Maryland will kick off their season October 24th at Northwestern.
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland–The Big Ten Conference announced that no fans will be allowed at football games this year. We explore how that will impact the players.
While Washington’s professional football team recently decided to change its name, a 2017 Capital News Service investigation found that high schools across the United States were years ahead of the NFL franchise.
The Premier Lacrosse League is set to host a quarantined and fanless tournament later this summer, in lieu of its normal season that was postponed on April 10 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Announced Tuesday morning, the PLL Championship Series…
Collegiate athletic directors across the state of Maryland are facing the same uphill battle as those in the rest of the country — unprecedented chaos — after the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s decision to cancel any remaining winter and spring sports seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic.