For the Chopticon Braves, lacrosse season is getting off to a good start.
For first-year Leonardtown head girls lacrosse coach Cynthia Lisa, it is reassuring to come into a new program that already has a strong tradition of success.
The road to Minneapolis and a spot in the NCAA Division I men’s basketball Final Four starts with a slate of first round games Thursday and Friday while a coveted spot in the women’s Final Four in Tampa commences with first round games tipping off Friday and Saturday.
Becca Collins will lead the College of Southern Maryland’s softball team this year in her inaugural season as head coach of the Hawks.
On a sunny grass field at Patuxent High School on Thursday, Leonardtown baseball players looked almost blinded by the sun as they went out wearing sunglasses to scrimmage the Panthers for before starting the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference season this week.
Friday, St. Mary’s College of Maryland once again opened up its Michael P. O’Brien Athletics and Recreation Center arena to the Southern Maryland Youth Basketball League for a night of celebration that featured basketball, cheerleading and awards.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s lacrosse made history on Saturday by defeating Washington College (Md.), 14-11, at Jamie L. Roberts Stadium in St. Mary’s City.
With several wins already under their belt this season, including a dominant victory at Holy Cross in Montgomery County on March 13, the St. Mary’s Ryken High School softball team is poised to make another push for a possible Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title at that same venue i…
The College of Southern Maryland men’s lacrosse program was unable to field a team last year for head coach Steve Campbell due to not having enough players. This year, Campbell is excited for the program to be back on the field and competing at the club level.
In recent years, the College of Southern Maryland men’s basketball team has peaked at the right time and emerged with consecutive Region XX championships in 2017 and 2018, while the CSM women’s team watched the tournament from afar.
Martin and Marlin Smith both started boxing at Knowledge Boxing in Great Mills after their first year out of Great Mills High School. They both came to the sport of boxing completely new, but ended their first fights as champions.
It did not take long for St. Mary's Ryken High School senior pitcher and cleanup hitter Cassie Aud to make her presence known on Wednesday afternoon in the Knights' 20-1, five-inning victory over Washington Catholic Athletic Conference foe Holy Cross of Montgomery County.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland has not been well-known for its rowing program yet, but first-year head coach Anna Lindgren-Streicher is hoping to change that this season.
St. John’s School of Hollywood defeat Mother Catherine Academy of Mechanicsville in the girls final, 26-24, and St. Michael’s School of Ridge took home the boys championship trophy with a 31-19 win over St. John’s in the Southern Maryland Youth Basketball League.
With spring still a few days away, the water in the Chesapeake Bay can be a little cold for the sailors at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. But that hasn’t stopped the Seahawks men’s and women’s sailing teams from getting the 2019 portion of their campaign started.
Thursday night, the Chopticon Braves girls basketball team squared off with the Great Mills Hornets in the Class 3A South Region final.
After claiming two road wins in the playoffs, the Chopticon Braves girls basketball team was unable to secure a third at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute on Saturday afternoon in the Class 3A South Region final, falling 59-34.
While the start of the season for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs is still roughly two months away, the Waldorf-based Independent squad that competes in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball has maintained a busy offseason for returning manager Stan Cliburn.
Head coach Aaron Michael enters his third season at the helm of the College of Southern Maryland Hawks baseball team as the program will look to improve upon a 15-28 overall record from last season.
Last season, the St. Charles Spartans boys basketball team had ended its season in the Class 3A South Region Section II final against Great Mills and was determined this year to reverse that fate Wednesday night squaring off with the Hornets again in the same round a year later.