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Maryland lands top recruit Diamond Stone

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) — The season ended for Maryland’s men’s basketball team on Sunday, but the Terps are already re-focused on the future.

Friday night, Diamond Stone, one of the nation’s most highly touted recruits, tweeted he would be playing for Mark Turgeon and his Terps. 85 more words


UMd. Student Who Sent Racist Email Won't Return This Semester

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Officials say a Maryland college student won’t return to campus this semester after an email he sent filled with racist and sexist language was made public. 123 more words


Obama's niece threatened before Princeton-Maryland game

COLLEGE PARK, MD. — Security was increased at Monday night’s Princeton-Maryland NCAA tournament women’s basketball game after a phone message was received detailing a threat against President Obama’s niece, according to a person with knowledge of the threat who was not authorized to speak publicly because of security issues. 148 more words

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Courier News 2014-15 All-Area Wrestling Capsules




Casey joined sophomore teammate Mehki Lewis and former Bound Brook greats and state champs Andrew Campolattano and Andrew Flanagan as Crusaders to place at the state tournament as freshmen. 1,382 more words


Which Midwest Region team could beat UK?

With each Kentucky victory, experts and analysts have asked ‘which team can beat UK?’ Now that the season has reached its peak with the NCAA Tournament, it’s an even more interesting question, with the single-elimination format meaning UK must stay undefeated to win it all. 356 more words

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Spartans advance to Big Ten semis with win over Buckeyes

MSU’s Denzel Valentine slams home two of his 23 points against Ohio State during their Big Ten Tournament game in Chicago Friday 3/13/2015.

CHICAGO – Michigan State and Ohio State, playing in something other than a close game? 820 more words


Girls basketball: Voorhees can’t overcome Nutley superstar, falls in sectional final

LEBANON TOWNSHIP – It’s been a magical season for the Voorhees High School girls basketball team, as the Vikings welcomed former head coach Carmen Cook back to the helm after a three-year absence and proceeded to turn the program on its head, going from a highly disappointing 10-14 campaign a year ago to a 24-win season. 723 more words