Sean Burke: Maryland Offers ‘Opportunity To Grow And Play Baseball At The Highest Level’

Taken by the White Sox in the third round of the 2021 draft, Sean Burke hopes to follow a handful of recent Terps to the big leagues. “I’m just trying to be as consistent as possible with the stuff I have over the next few years, however long it may take to make it to the big leagues,” Burke said.

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Transfer Xavier Green ‘Can’t Wait … To Show What I Can Do’ At Maryland

Maryland men’s basketball transfer and former Old Dominion standout Xavier Green prides himself on his defense and bringing 100 percent effort on that end of the court. “I play defense and I take pride in defense,” Green said. “I feel like I don’t like people scoring on me.”

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Sasho Cirovski ‘Deeply Honored And Humbled’ By Maryland Athletics HOF Selection

Maryland men’s soccer coach Sasho Cirovski said he was “deeply honored and humbled” to be selected as part of the Maryland Athletics 2021 Hall of Fame class. “This is a place I love, this is a place that’s my home,” Cirovski said, “and I feel honored to be the coach here.”

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As Quarterbacks Compete, Ken Niumatalolo Confident Navy’s Offense Will Rebound

Struggles at quarterback last season led to Navy’s worst offensive season in recent memory, as the Mids averaged just 275 yards per game. But head coach Ken Niumatalolo isn’t worried that it will carry over into 2021. “We’ll be back,” Niumatalolo said. “I’m not worried about that.”

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Former UMBC Soccer Star Jon Bell Finding Success With New England Revolution

Former UMBC soccer star Jon Bell always dreamed of playing soccer at the highest level in North America. Last year, he was selected in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft, and earlier this summer, he scored his first goal for the New England Revolution. “It’s doable and it’s possible,” Bell said.

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