Maryland, Loyola Men’s Lacrosse Finish On Opposite Ends Of Dramatic Finishes In Quarters

Maryland and Loyola were on the opposite ends of thrilling finishes in the NCAA men’s lacrosse quarterfinals, with Maryland’s Anthony DeMaio delivering the game-winning goal in OT against Notre Dame. “This was the kind of game where neither team deserved to lose,” John Tillman said.

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Much Like 2006 Title Team, Maryland Women’s Basketball Defined By Unselfishness

Maryland women’s basketball enters its March 28 Sweet 16 matchup against Texas on a 15-game winning streak and with six players averaging double figures in scoring. “The chemistry on this team is off the charts,” senior Chloe Bibby said.

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Glenn Clark: After Another Early Exit, Maryland Basketball Remains Where It Was Five Years Ago

Five years after Glenn Clark first wrote about the concept of “Turgatory,” Mark Turgeon’s Terps have lost in the NCAA Tournament again and he says we’re still asking the same questions.

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Gary Williams, Jim Calhoun Remember Maryland’s Win Against UConn In 2002 Elite Eight

In Maryland men’s basketball’s journey to the national championship in 2002, there was perhaps no better game than the Terps’ Elite Eight matchup against UConn. Gary Williams and Jim Calhoun share their memories of the game.

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