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Terps out-matched by national power Iowa

Maryland lost to Iowa, 36-9, but all of their match losses were to nationally-ranked wrestlers. Bannister, Mascola and Burnham claims victories.

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Mustangs claim 4th-straight volleyball title

Led by sophomore Annika Schwartz the Stevenson women’s volleyball team won their fourth-straight MAC title and will go to the NCAA Tournament once again.

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UMBC to discontinue tennis programs

With the America East dropping sponsorship of men’s tennis and the future of women’s tennis in doubt, UMBC was left with little choice but to stop their programs.

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Bannister impresses at Terrapin Duels

Though Maryland lost to Pittsburgh and Buffalo Alfred Bannister won both his matches and the team dominated Davidson for a 40-3 win.

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Terp wrestling media day recap

Heading into their second Big Ten season the Maryland Terrapins have an uphill battle to climb but might have three of the best guys in the conference.

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Jimmy Grem’s quick rise to the CAA elite

Jimmy Grem barely played as a freshman but now as a junior he has developed into one of the best golfers not only for Towson, but in the CAA.

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The Preakness continues to be city’s big event

Every year there is talk of the Preakness stakes moving away from Pimlico race track and every year the City of Baltimore proves it should be nowhere else.

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Loyola wins eighth-straight Golf title

Matt Oshrine and Jeremy Wall finished one and two, respectively, at the Patriot League championship tournament to lead Loyola to victory.

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Roscoe Smith dominating D-League

The Walbrook high school star struggled to find his spot at UConn, transferred and went undrafted but he’s on the cusp of making it to the NBA.

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Alija Pittenger named Loyola volleyball coach

Alija Pittenger comes with an incredible resume. In six seasons as Fairfield, she was the program’s all-time winningest coach and went to two NCAA tournaments.

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