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Another walk off win, Terps sweep Buckeyes

Maryland scored three runs to come back in the ninth inning and walked off to get the 5-4 win and series sweep of Ohio State on Sunday afternoon.

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Great pitching gives Terps DH sweep of OSU

Maryland’s pitchers were fantastic and they saw clutch hitting to force extra innings in their second game and another clutch hit to win it in the 10th.

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Two coaches, two styles and tons of wins

Towson baseball coach Mike Gottlieb earned his 700th win this year and softball coach Lisa Costello won her 600th game, and both did it in different ways.

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Kevin Lachance: An elite team player

UMBC baseball senior Kevin Lachance has been on a tear, proving to be one of the best hitters in the country. But personal stats have never been his priority.

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Dawgs comeback to beat Coppin State, 12-3

UMBC gave up three runs in the first inning but scored runs in seven innings as they had another big offensive outing against the Golden Eagles in a second-straight win.

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UMBC bats get hot in 12-3 win over Tigers

UMBC saw a strong performance from their freshman pitcher but their lineup was huge every inning as they beat beltway rival Towson, 12-3.

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Loyola AD Jim Paquette earns national honor

Loyola Director of Athletics Jim Paquette has been named I-AAA Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year, will receiver honor at NACDA Convention in June.

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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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