For Maryland Men’s Lacrosse, A Businesslike Win To Move On … For Loyola, A Dramatic One

Maryland men’s lacrosse rolled into the next round of the NCAA Tournament, while Loyola pulled off the biggest upset in the first round of games. Todd Karpovich breaks it down.

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Orioles Notebook: Trey Mancini Back On Track, Jorge Lopez Looking To Build On Last Start

After missing all of last season because of colon cancer treatment, Trey Mancini leads the Orioles in home runs and RBIs. “I’m trying to do what I can up there and just focus on my approach and not the result,” Mancini said, “and I think that’s produced hard contact pretty consistently.”

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Maryland’s John Tillman, Loyola’s Charley Toomey Grateful For Opportunity To Play On

Maryland men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman and Loyola coach Charley Toomey had similar emotions after their teams were selected to this year’s NCAA Tournament, but their teams took very different paths to get to this point.

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Orioles Prospect Adley Rutschman Focused On Task At Hand As Minor Leagues Restart

Adley Rutschman does not appear to be weighed down by the lofty expectations surrounding him as he begins the season at Double-A Bowie. “There’s always going to be expectations and for me, I just have to be able to control what I can control,” Rutschman said.

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Orioles’ Outfield Depth To Be Tested With Anthony Santander Injured

For a brief period of time, Orioles manager Brandon Hyde faced the challenge of juggling four solid outfielders, but the injury to Anthony Santander quickly changed that. “When you think you’ve got more than you need,” Hyde said, “all of a sudden things happen.”

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