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The Maryland men's lacrosse program had a nation's best nine former players selected to the 2017 Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game.
Redshirt freshman defender Meghan Doherty and freshman attacker Kali Hartshorn were named to ILWomen's 25-player All-Rookie Team.
University of Maryland director of athletics Kevin Anderson announced the promotion of Rob Vaughn to head coach of the baseball program Thursday. Vaughn, who previously served as Maryland's associate head coach, becomes the eighth head coach in program history.
Hall of Fame Maryland broadcaster Johnny Holliday celebrated the Youth Leadership Foundation's 20th anniversary by golfing alongside celebrity guests from the world of sports and broadcasting at the 2017 Scholarship Classic at the University of Maryland Golf Course Thursday.
Rising sophomore Kevin Huerter is among the 12 players selected for the 2017 USA Basketball Men's U19 World Cup Team, announced Thursday.
Maryland field hockey associate head coach/technical director Joppe de Vries has recently been named head coach at Bryant University in Rhode Island. In four years at Maryland, de Vries helped the Terrapins to four conference regular season titles, two conference tournament titles and four NCAA Tournament appearances.
Melo Trimble will look to be the latest Terrapin to enter the professional ranks when the 2017 NBA Draft commences on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The two-round draft will be televised live on ESPN.
The 2017 edition of Terps on Tour came to its final stop on Wednesday evening when approximately 100 Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund members joined coaches and staff from the Maryland Athletics Department for a night of food and golf at Top Golf in Alexandria, Va.
Adding to their postseason accolades, attackman Matt Rambo and midfielder Zoe Stukenberg were nominated for ESPYS Wednesday.
Adam Greene is spearheading Maryland's Uplifting Athletes chapter and the Terps are making a big difference in the community.
Maryland men's basketball rising sophomore forward Kevin Huerter has been named one of 18 finalists for the 2017 USA U19 World Cup Team.