Coppin State’s Joseph Amoah, Joseph Manu Thrilled To Represent Ghana In Olympics

When Coppin State sprinters Joseph Amoah and Joseph Manu represent Ghana in the Olympics this summer, it will hardly be first time they will have teamed up. In fact, it’ll be the culmination of a years-long dream for both.

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NBA Dreams Coming Into Focus For Coppin State’s Anthony Tarke, Morgan State’s Troy Baxter

Coppin State swingman Anthony Tarke and Morgan State forward Troy Baxter have both worked out for multiple teams heading into the NBA Draft, and while they are still long shots to be drafted, it’s maybe not quite as long a shot they’ll end up in the NBA.

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Maryland’s Sean Fisher Among Draft Hopefuls Vying To Make Impression With Frederick Keys

Former Maryland lefty Sean Fisher, now with the Frederick Keys, is one of many trying to make an impression in the MLB Draft League. “I wanted to give myself a shot,” Fisher said. “I’ve put all these hours in over the years. I would hate myself if I didn’t give myself every chance that I could.”

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Catching Up With Former Johns Hopkins And Towson Lacrosse Coach Tony Seaman

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Gary Stein talk with former Johns Hopkins and Towson lacrosse coach Tony Seaman about his time in Baltimore, his current role as a high school coach and why leading Saint Andrew’s School to the Florida Class 1A state championship this year was so special.

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Abby Gustaitis: From North Harford To Maryland Pre-Med Student To Olympic Rugby Player

North Harford grad Abby Gustaitis will serve as one of the captains of the U.S. Women’s Rugby Sevens team at the Tokyo Games — despite not playing the sport until her freshman year at Maryland. “I’m just so proud to be where I am and excited,” Gustaitis said.

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