Friday, May 24, 2013
In her senior year, her first as Maryland's starting goalie, Kasey Howard is in the hunt for a national title with the Terrapins.
Kasey Howard didn't think she'd still be in lacrosse. The Broadneck High graduate and University of Maryland senior picked the school for its academics. But now, she's the starting goalie for the top-seeded Maryland's women's lacrosse team and will face No. 4 Syracuse Friday night in the sport's final four at Villanova University. In a profile Friday, The Baltimore Sun reports lacrosse coach Cathy Reese gave Howard a call while she was in the middle of an English class. She served as backup goalie for three seasons, and became full-time goalie this season. Howard, who the feature describes as "more excited than nervous" about her starting role, has a goals-against average this season of 8.14 and a save percentage of .439. The game starts …
Friday, April 19, 2013
Greene has been accepted to the University of Maryland, where he will has a walk-on spot in fall 2013 for the football team.
Adam Greene was among more than 20 athletes at Broadneck High School to sign college commitment letters on Thursday. Greene has been accepted to the University of Maryland, where he has a "preferred walk-on" spot for the football team in the fall of 2013. Broadneck's kicker made a name for himself at the high school by breaking both school, county and state records for distance and number of field goals. Read more about Greene's career on Patch.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Greene said he was offered a preferred walk-on spot on Maryland's football team.
Broadneck High School's star kicker Adam Greene, who holds the state record for the number of field goals kicked in a career, has chosen to attend the University of Maryland, The Baltimore Sun reported. Greene, a senior at BHS, said he was offered a preferred walk-on spot on Maryland's football team. Maryland recently securred Big 10 status for the 2014 football season. The BHS senior said he had been considering playing for Maryland, Navy and Wake Forest. Greene also told The Sun that the college's cyber security program was very important to him. Greene, who has played for the Bruins since freshman year, broke school and county records in October 2011 with a 55-yard field goal. A year later, he reached another milestone after kicking 26 …
Monday, November 19, 2012
Will you miss seeing the Terps in the ACC?
The University of Maryland’s Board of Regents on Monday approved a move to the Big Ten Conference, ending nearly 60 years of affiliation with the Atlantic Coast Conference, multiple sources reported. Rutgers is expected to announce Tuesday that it will join the Terps in the Big Ten, the New York Daily News reported. Maryland’s move is the latest in a flurry of conference realignment that has drastically altered the landscape of college athletics in recent years, often disrupting traditional regional rivalries as schools chase increasingly lucrative television contracts. Maryland’s move, which could carry a $50 million exit penalty from the ACC, is considered to be a financial strategy that will bring the school a share of the Big Ten’s …