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Matt Oshrine makes Patriot League golf history

Matt Oshrine picked up his third Patriot League Golfer of the Month award, the first person to achieve that in league history.

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Emmanuel Taylor loses to Broner but is on the rise

Emmanuel Taylor took a tough fight against Adrian Broner in his home town and even though he lost the unanimous decision it is clear he has a bright future ahead of him.

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New AD, Arena, big things coming for UMBC

Along with the announcement of Tim Hall as the new Director of Athletics it was announced that a new arena has been approved and will break ground in 2015.

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Tim Hall named Director of Athletics at UMBC

Former UMKC Director of Athletics will succeed Dr. Charles Brown as the new Director of Athletics at UMBC, effective July 8, 2013.

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Stephan Morris stays undefeated with TKO

Stephan Morris got a TKO victory over Sam Crossed at Jake “The Snake” Smith Boxing Promotions on Saturday, check out a complete recap of the night

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UMBC Director of Athletics Dr. Brown to retire in June

In 24 years as the Director of Athletics Browns has moved UMBC to a full-fledged Division I program and has overseen three Division I conference changes.

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Stoppage gives Frank Lester win at Shogun VII

Caleb Ball did way better than expected but a cut over his left eye and a swollen right eye forced the doctors to stop the fight after the second round.

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Will Baltimoreans come back to a sport that isn’t even theirs?

Can the NHL keep a Maryland fan base after the lockout?

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Phelps goes out as greatest Olympian

Going into the 2012 London Olympics Michael Phelps said he was going to be finished afterwards. Sure enough, after becoming the most decorated Olympian of all time he has confirmed his retirement.

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Bethesda native Katie Ledecky wins gold

15-year-old Katie Ledecky is the youngest member of the USA’s Olympic team but she broke a 23-year-old American record on her way to a dominant victory in the 800-meter freestyle

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