Cecil College sophomore Jacob Falko has been named NJCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Player of the Week.
(AP) — With five returning starters and a talented freshman class the Maryland’s women’s basketball team expects to be a national powerhouse and the dominant force the Big Ten — again.
NEWARK, DEL. — Delaware's defense had come through time after time Saturday. It only made sense it would need to once again on the game's final play.
NEWARK, DEL. — One week ago, it was unclear who Delaware’s starting quarterback would be when the Blue Hens hosted Penn.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s defense can expect to play a far bigger role Saturday against No. 21 Syracuse after spending the season opener in the background of a record-setting offense.
NORTH EAST — Perhaps no varsity sport in Cecil County has had more postseason success in recent years than cross country, which, over the past seven years, boasts three team state titles, multiple region crowns and numerous individual accolades from division winners to state champions.This f…
Hours before Mike Locksley supervised a training camp practice for the first time since 2011, Maryland’s new head coach felt like a kid who had just been visited by Santa Claus.
CHICAGO (AP) — When Mike Locksley was hired in December as Maryland’s head football coach — the first black head coach in program history — he knew the timing was perfect.
ELKTON — As soon as Elkton wrestling coach Mike Wright shared his idea for a Cecil County-wide summer wrestling camp with Nick Willey, the former Elkton state champion and 2005 graduate wasted little time jumping on board.
NEWARK, Del. — University of Delaware Director of Athletics and Recreation Services Chrissi Rawak has announced a two-year contract extension through the 2023-24 season for Blue Hen men’s basketball head coach Martin Ingelsby.
NORTH EAST — Three sophomore members of the Cecil College men’s basketball team, which placed third at the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Danville, Ill. this year, signed “Letters of Intent” to continue their academic and athletic careers at NAIA-sponsored four-year institutions.