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So Much Sports Baltimore has officially shut down on August 7, 2017, but would like to thank all of our readers, writers and everybody who helped make this website possible.

So long and thank you from So Much Sports

It’s been five years since So Much Sports started. It was a tremendous journey, but now that journey has come to its end and we thank everybody who was a part of it.

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Tim Hall appointed president of DI-AAA ADA

UMBC Director of Athletics Tim Hall will serve as the president of the I-AAA Athletic Directors Association for the 2017-18 athletic year.

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Donna Woodruff named new Loyola AD

Loyola announced Donna Woodruff as their new Assistant Vice President and Director of Athletics on Tuesday. She worked at Stony Brook for the past 13 years.

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Davis obliterates Walsh to retain title

Baltimore’s Gervonta Davis is no longer a rising world star, in the first defense of his world title he proved he is a start with a one-sided beating of Liam Walsh.

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Cloud Computing pulls upset in Preakness

Perhaps it was an upset, but Cloud Computing’s owner Seth Klarman grew up in Baltimore and claimed his prize at the Preakness with his horse’s unexpected win.

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Loyola AD to step down in June

Loyola Director of Athletics Jim Paquette has announced that he will step down in June to pursue new opportunities in collegiate athletics and higher education.

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Terps wrestling looking for breakout in Big Ten

As Maryland continues in the Big Ten he wrestling team is only getting stronger and this year Kerry McCoy wants his team to have a “National Championship mentality.”

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Greyhounds run against loaded field

Loyola cross country competes against loaded field at Panorama Farms Invitational, stock full of top-ranked opponents.

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Mustangs hire Culotta as softball coach

Former UMBC standout and assistant coach Julia Culotta has been hired by Stevenson to take over the Mustangs softball program.

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Hopkins women win Iona Meet of Champions

In a race full of Division I competitors, Johns Hopkins won the women’s side of the Iona Meet of Champions. Towson was the top-placing Division I team.

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