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As a UMBC alum, today is a proud day

Even if it was a secondary consolation postseason tournament win, seeing UMBC in their turnaround year beat Fairfield in the CIT was a very proud moment.

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Towson deserved a better end than it got

While four Maryland teams are preparing for postseason games, it’s hard not to feel for the Towson Tigers and their unceremonious end to a very fine season.

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Five things for Baltimore fans to be thankful for

Thanksgiving is about realizing the great things you have. In this edition of Corey’s Corner, here are five things Baltimore fans should be thankful for.

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UMBC side shows always make things fun

From the incredible Down and Dirty Dawg Band, to the time out performances, UMBC games are always a blast to be at no matter what the score is.

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Rioting puts things in perspective

We all know that in the grand scheme of things, sports aren’t that important but they do provide us comfort and right now, it’s being taken away.

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Chattin’ With: Pete Caringi, Part II

Last time, Pete Caringi was asked a lot of questions about his program. This time, it’s about Baltimore and who he thinks the best to come out of Baltimore was.

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Chattin’ With: Pete Caringi, Part I

In a special edition of Corey’s Corner, Corey sits down with 2014 NSCAA National Coach of the Year Pete Caringi and talks about UMBC Soccer and plenty more.

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Lacrosse season starts too early

Corey’s Corner: The NCAA lacrosse season is starting earlier and earlier every year and at this point it just seems way too early.

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What can we watch without the Ravens?

When the Ravens are playing, Sundays are so much better. Now we have to go back and figure out how to spend our free time.

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Baltimore Christmas wish list

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and forget the poem, here are what teams and players in Baltimore are wishing for.

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