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Recent articles by Edward:

Maryland men’s basketball upends No. 21 Northwestern, 75-59, to move into tie for second place in Big Ten

The 75-59 win helped Maryland improve to 16-1 at home and 8-2 in its last 10 overall. The Terps also completed their first undefeated conference record at home at 10-0 since the 2014-15 squad went 9-0 in its debut in the Big Ten. → Read More

Inside the CIAA Tournament: Behind the scenes with Virginia State women’s basketball

What does a team do on its first day of its conference tournament? We joined the Virginia State women’s basketball team on Tuesday for its debut in the CIAA Tournament at CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore to find out. → Read More

Attending the CIAA Tournament in Baltimore? Here’s a guide to this week’s events.

Here's a rundown of the events — and games — for those attending this week’s Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association men’s and women’s basketball tournaments at CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore. → Read More

Three takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s 68-54 win over No. 3 Purdue

From a somewhat surprising performance on the glass to Julian Reese’s play against some of the Big Ten’s most dominant big men in rematches, here are three takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s 68-54 victory over No. 3 Purdue on Thursday night. → Read More

Maryland men’s basketball dismantles No. 3 Purdue, 68-54, for first win over top-5 opponent since 2016

Jahmir Young, Hakim Hart and Julian Reese combined for 43 points to power Maryland men's basketball to a 68-54 win over No. 3 Purdue, prompting fans to storm the court at Xfinity Center. → Read More

Dominant third quarter propels No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball to 82-71 comeback win against Illinois

Facing a nine-point halftime deficit, No. 8 Maryland outscored Illinois 31-8 in the third quarter and rode Diamond Miller's 31 points to collect its third win in a row and eighth in its last nine games. → Read More

Three takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s 74-68 win against Penn State

From Hakim Hart’s career outing against Big Ten competition to the defense’s ability to create turnovers in the first half, here are three takeaways from Maryland's 74-68 victory over Penn State. → Read More

Maryland men’s basketball puts away pesky Penn State, 74-68, for program-record 10th straight Big Ten home win

After relinquishing a 12-point lead, Maryland men's basketball pulled away in the final minutes to beat Penn State, 74-68, and secure its program-record 10th straight home victory over a Big Ten opponent. → Read More

Jamie Adams never sought to be a track star. Now the freshman is setting records for Loyola Maryland.

Just eight months removed from a track career at Reservoir High where she won two state titles and set five school records, Jamie Adams has established records in the 60- and 200-meter events at Loyola Maryland. → Read More

No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball races past Penn State, 87-66, to extend winning streak to five

No. 8 Maryland women's basketball posts another dominant win, building a 20-point lead after one quarter and cruising past visiting Penn State on Monday. → Read More

No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball overcomes Diamond Miller’s foul trouble to beat No. 13 Michigan, 72-64

With Diamond Miller lost late in the fourth quarter after picking up her fifth foul of the game, No. 10 Maryland women's basketball barely hung on late in a tight 72-64 win against No. 13 Michigan in a key Big Ten matchup. → Read More

Ravens kicker Justin Tucker becomes franchise’s all-time leader in postseason points

Ravens kicker Justin Tucker now has 73 postseason points, surpassing the previous franchise record of 70 set by kicker Matt Stover. → Read More

Morgan State sweeps Coppin State in men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader

The Morgan State women's basketball team got the ball rolling with a 61-46 win in the first game, and the men wrapped up the doubleheader with a thorough 83-66 victory in the nightcap. → Read More

Ravens LB Roquan Smith named first-team All-Pro; Justin Tucker, Nick Moore honored

Continuing a week to remember, Ravens inside linebacker Roquan Smith was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press on Friday. → Read More

For Loyola Maryland women’s basketball’s Lex Therien and Koi Sims, rebounding is like ‘a WWE match’

Sophomore forwards Lex Therien and Koi Sims have made their presence known on the boards, ranking fourth (9.6 rebounds per game) and fifth (8.9), respectively, in the Patriot League. → Read More

‘A lot to learn from’: Ravens QB Anthony Brown rues mistakes in first career start vs. Bengals

Filling in for the injured Tyler Huntley, undrafted rookie Anthony Brown threw for 286 yards, but was sacked four times, intercepted twice, and lost a costly fumble that the Bengals recovered for a touchdown. → Read More

No. 13 Maryland women’s basketball rides hot third quarter to 94-85 win over Michigan State

Maryland shot almost 58% from the field, doubled Michigan State’s rebounding output and committed just two turnovers in a 30-11 third quarter that proved to be the turning point in propelling the Terps to their sixth win in a row. → Read More

Ravens QB Tyler Huntley says he’s ‘got a good chance’ to play vs. Bengals; Lamar Jackson to miss 5th straight game

Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley said Friday he thinks he will be able to start Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals despite ceding first-team reps to backup Anthony Brown this week. → Read More

Setting the tone: Randall Murrain’s rendition of national anthem at Towson athletic events elicit ‘goose bumps’

Since 2015, Randall Murrain’s bass voice has been a familiar one to fans of Towson athletics for his performances of the national anthem and “Lift Every Voice and Sing” at Tigers games. → Read More

After four years with Maryland soccer, Justin Gielen chasing hoop dreams with Mount St. Mary’s basketball

After contributing to the Maryland men’s soccer team’s march to the 2018 NCAA championship, Edgewater’s Justin Gielen is making the leap to playing basketball at Mount St. Mary’s. → Read More