A closer look at the factors in Damion Lee's transfer decision - Baltimore Sun
Lee said there will be a number of factors to consider. Here is a closer look at how some of those factors line up with his potential future schools.
Maryland recruit Diamond Stone weathers ‘the storm’ - The Washington Post
Diamond Stone, a 6-foot-10, 250-pound center from Dominican High School outside of Milwaukee, is the most highly-touted recruit to commit to Maryland in years.
Terps Offer Red-Hot New York Guard
Maryland became one of a handful of high-major schools to offer Shenendehowa (N.Y.) 2016 shooting guard Kevin Huerter on Tuesday, sources confirmed to InsideMDSports.
Terps Offer Five-Star Jersey Guard
Duval, a 6-foot-3 rising sophomore who is rated No. 13 in the class of 2017, was one of the top performers this past weekend in New Orleans on the Under Armour circuit.
Layman's Brother: "I Thought He Was Going to the NBA"
"I thought he was going to the NBA, I’ll tell you that," his brother, Ryan Layman, a rising senior at Boston's King Philip High School, told InsideMDSports this past weekend. "There was definitely a lot of interest [from agents]."
Spring wrap-up: Maryland Terrapins - Big Ten Blog - ESPN
Spring practice is over at Maryland, but it won’t be too long before the Terps are at it again. They’re scheduled to start their offseason training program Thursday.
Maryland Extends 2017 Offers
Maryland offered 2017 offensive guard C.J. Thorpe and four-star inside linebacker David Adams. The lineman from Central Catholic High School (Pa.) has seven offers now.
Former Redskin on Diggs: 'The skills are there but...' | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
"The skills are there, but it comes down to this idea of getting in and fitting in," Randle El said. "The idea of you have to be in shape, you have to know that playbook."
Still, when the No. 1 Terps trek to Baltimore Wednesday night with their undefeated season intact, they’re prepared to face the Blue Jays’ best efforts at an upset.
Three games into the Big Ten season, and Maryland has continued to dominate the league. The Terrapins are the nation’s only unbeaten team and have not played a game within five goals since conference play began.
With the Terps offense sputtering — they’ve scored one run in three of their past four games — Lowe’s performance has remained steady.
NOTEBOOK: Coach looks for answer to Maryland softball's pitching woes - The Diamondback : Sports
The Illinois softball team swept the Terrapins in a three-game series this past weekend — the first time for the Terps in almost a year — and pitching struggles were at the heart of it.
Maryland moving closer to allowing alcohol sales at Terps games | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
What began as a proposal submitted by students was forwarded to an advisory Athletics Council, which then gave a recommendation to Loh on March 24 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages -- defined as beer and wine in the letter -- to people of legal drinking age at Maryland athletic events beginning in the fall of 2015.