Tag: basketball

105.7 The Fan to replay that legendary UMBC-UVA game on the air Thursday

Photo by Ian Feldmann, via UMBC/Twitter

Local sports radio station 105.7 The Fan is giving the UMBC Retrievers an on-air victory lap tomorrow morning.

15 years later, Drew Nicholas reflects on game-winning shot

Credit: Ed Sheahin/PressBox
When it left his hand, he didn’t just think he had missed. He thought he had missed everything.

The sporting world salutes UMBC’s brief, historic Cinderella run

Photo by Ian Feldmann, via UMBC/Twitter

A pithy banner hanging on the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s campus sums it up well: “Number one seeds: 135-1. We’re the 1.”

What are the odds UMBC takes down UVA? Well, there’s a chance

Jairus Lyles with the big shot. Photo via UMBC Basketball/Twitter.

Fresh off of a very exciting conference championship win over the University of Vermont, punctuated by a buzzer-beating three, the 16-seeded University of Maryland, Baltimore County is set to square off with 1-seeded University of Virginia this Friday. While the Retrievers will likely put up a valiant fight, the odds are anything but in their favor.

For second straight year, Baltimore to host finals of ‘The Basketball Tournament’

Talmadge L. Hill Field House at Morgan State University. Photo via The Basketball Tournament/Twitter.

The Basketball Tournament, a hyper-competitive, cash-prize summertime basketball showcase, is coming back to Baltimore.

Trio Of Terps Earn All Big-Ten Honors

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By Luke Jackson

Maryland freshman center Bruno Fernando and sophomore guards Anthony Cowan Jr. and Kevin Huerter all were honored by the Big Ten Feb. 26 for their play throughout the regular season.

Event Pick: Morgan and Coppin State men’s basketball face off

Image via Facebook/Morgan State University

Baltimore’s two historically black colleges face off tonight for the second time this season, with the Bears hosting the Eagles on their home court for Senior Night.

After Sitting Out, Morgan State’s Tiwian Kendley Stepping Up In Big Way

Credit: Lawrence Johnson/Morgan State Athletics

By Scott Lowe

When a high-energy athlete who competes with tremendous passion gets what he loves most taken away, it’s no surprise if he comes back even more motivated.

Dr. Onaje X. O. Woodbine to Speak about Race, Education and Athletics on January 25


The public is invited to join Dr. Onaje X. O. Woodbine, a religious studies teacher at Phillips Academy (MA) and author of Black Gods of the Asphalt for a thought-provoking conversation about race, education, and athletics on Thursday, January 25 at Gilman School. The 6:00 p.m. event is free, a light supper will be served, and childcare will be available with advance registration. Register for the lecture here.