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Retrievers’ season end in AEC quarterfinals

The UMBC had their best season since their 2008 NCAA Tournament run, but couldn’t continue on as they fell to UNH in the AEC quarterfinals, 74-65.

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Late defense lifts Hounds in PL tournament

The Loyola Greyhounds men’s basketball team didn’t allow Lafayette to score for the final three minutes of the game as they came back for the 67-64 victory.

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Terps beat Rutgers to end skid

Maryland snapped their three-game losing streak with a great all-around team effort as they beat Rutgers, 79-59, on Tuesday night in New Jersey.

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Mustangs to host ECAC first round game

While the Mustangs fell short in the MACC tournament, their season isn’t over. They earned a spot in the ECAC Championships and will host a first round game.

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Terps load up on All-Big Ten honors

From left to right: Brionna Jones, Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Destiny Slocum and Kaila Charles all received All-Big Ten honors.

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Five Retrievers earn All-AEC honors

Will Darley (left) and Jairus Lyles (right) led UMBC’s haul of postseason honorees as they were both named to the All-America East second team.

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Walker 1st team All-Patriot League, Jones 2nd team

Andre Walker and Jarred Jones have been the driving force for the Loyola Greyhounds this year so it is no surprise to see them earn All-Patriot League honors.

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Terps win third-straight Big Ten title

The Maryland WBB team’s dominance at the top of the B1G continues as they clinch a third-straight regular season title with a 93-60 win over Minnesota.

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Pheonix top Tigers with late layup

Elon hit the game-winning layup with four seconds left to beat the Towson women’s basketball team, 67-65 on Senior Day.

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Senior Day comeback falls short for UMBC

The Retrievers rallied back from 15 points down in the second half but could only get within two points near the end of the game before falling to UNH, 65-61.

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