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Navy Football: out with Notre Dame; in with Brigham Young

Navy Football: out with Notre Dame; in with Brigham Young

| August 06, 2020, 07:02 PM

Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk announced today that Navy will play host to BYU on Monday, Sept. 7 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in a game that will be nationally televised by ESPN. Kickoff is set for 8:00 pm. Navy and Notre Dame, who have met every year on the gridiron since 1927, […]

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Annapolis man to paddle 240 miles in Chesapeake Bay to benefit the Oyster Recovery Partnership

Annapolis man to paddle 240 miles in Chesapeake Bay to benefit the Oyster Recovery Partnership

| August 06, 2020, 04:06 PM

Annapolis native Chris Hopkinson announced that he will attempt an ambitious 240-mile journey from Havre de Grace, MD to Virginia Beach, VA atop a 14-foot paddleboard over the course of just nine days.The Bay Paddle, presented by Flying Dog Brewery, will take place September 18-26, 2020 to raise awareness and funds for the Oyster Recovery […]

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State postpones fall and winter sports for high schools until February 2021

State postpones fall and winter sports for high schools until February 2021

| August 03, 2020, 03:02 PM

The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) today announced the postponement of the fall and winter sports seasons until at least February 1, 2021, but will allow student-athletes to engage in practices in the first semester as it formulates a competition schedule for the second semester. Superintendent George Arlotto has asked Coordinator of Athletics […]

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Maryland Black Bears pull 6 players in the 2020 NAHL draft

Maryland Black Bears pull 6 players in the 2020 NAHL draft

| July 25, 2020, 01:35 PM

The Black Bears made six selections in the 2020 NAHL Draft, a new record low for the franchise. The reason for the amount of players selected is because the Black Bears are returning more players than they ever have, and with the amount of protected players and tenders, they were only allowed six selections in […]

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Annapolis man to paddle 240 miles in Chesapeake Bay to benefit the Oyster Recovery Partnership

Annapolis man to paddle 240 miles in Chesapeake Bay to benefit the Oyster Recovery Partnership

| July 24, 2020, 04:05 PM

Annapolis native Chris Hopkinson announced that he will attempt an ambitious 240-mile journey from Havre de Grace, MD to Virginia Beach, VA atop a 14-foot paddleboard over the course of just nine days.The Bay Paddle, presented by Flying Dog Brewery, will take place September 18-26, 2020 to raise awareness and funds for the Oyster Recovery […]

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Iconic shoes of the NBA

Iconic shoes of the NBA

| July 20, 2020, 11:29 AM

The National Basketball Association (NBA) never disappoints on the court or off. It has created some of the world’s most elite athletes and superstars. And the superstars might not always be relegated to the players. Try to name a single sport where shoes can become super relevant. Jordan winning the NBA title in 1998 When […]

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Crystal balling the fate of sports in a COVID-19 world

Crystal balling the fate of sports in a COVID-19 world

| July 19, 2020, 11:42 AM

What will college sports resemble when they return? When COVID-19 first entered the U.S., sports were among the first things to go; and they are ending up being one of the last things to return as well–including college sports. As we all know, college sports is huge for fans, huge for schools, and huge for […]

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BONUS PODCAST: Catching up with Travis Pastrana and Circuit 199

BONUS PODCAST: Catching up with Travis Pastrana and Circuit 199

| July 16, 2020, 06:20 PM

Travis Pastrana never rests. If he is not racing, jumping, building a stunt, or chasing down his two daughters, you can probably be sure he’s working on something new.  And we caught up with him to find out! Enter Circuit 199 in Sudlersville.  It’s a state of the art racing facility  to train top drivers […]

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NFL 2020 Predictions for  Baltimore and Washington

NFL 2020 Predictions for Baltimore and Washington

| July 16, 2020, 12:02 PM

Annapolis benefits from being only 30+ miles away from two household names in the NFL scene. The two teams in Baltimore and Washington have had differing success stories through the years, with Washingotn having won more NFL championships than Baltimore to date. However, the 2020/21 NFL season could be a chance for Baltimore to draw […]

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How will the Ravens respond to the Mahomes deal and a changed quarterback market?

How will the Ravens respond to the Mahomes deal and a changed quarterback market?

| July 10, 2020, 01:46 PM

The Kansas City Chiefs recently signed quarterback Patrick Mahomes to the longest and most lucrative deal in NFL history. For both the Chiefs and Mahomes, it’s the kind of win you dream of at online USA casinos, and it’s hard to say which party has got the best of it. Just as relevant, however, is […]

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Annapolis man to paddle 240 miles in Chesapeake Bay to benefit the Oyster Recovery Partnership

Annapolis man to paddle 240 miles in Chesapeake Bay to benefit the Oyster Recovery Partnership

| July 05, 2020, 01:55 PM

Annapolis native Chris Hopkinson announced that he will attempt an ambitious 240-mile journey from Havre de Grace, MD to Virginia Beach, VA atop a 14-foot paddleboard over the course of just nine days.The Bay Paddle, presented by Flying Dog Brewery, will take place September 18-26, 2020 to raise awareness and funds for the Oyster Recovery […]

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Lafayette College pulls out of playing Navy football on September 12, 2020

Lafayette College pulls out of playing Navy football on September 12, 2020

| July 03, 2020, 10:08 AM

Lafayette College has notified the Naval Academy Athletic Association that its football program will not make the trip to Annapolis for the Sept. 12 contest. The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) was notified yesterday that Lafayette will not be able to bring back its football team to campus with enough time to meet medical advisory guidelines […]

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Baysox announce cancellation of 2020 season

Baysox announce cancellation of 2020 season

| June 30, 2020, 05:07 PM

The Bowie Baysox announce today that their 2020 season has been cancelled by Major League Baseball due to the pandemic caused by Covid-19. Originally scheduled to begin on April 9, the 2020 season had been delayed indefinitely as the Baysox and all 160 affiliated Minor League Baseball clubs awaited word from Major League Baseball relative […]

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Black Bear Sports group forms Black Bear Youth Hockey Foundation

Black Bear Sports group forms Black Bear Youth Hockey Foundation

| June 17, 2020, 01:25 PM

The Black Bear Sports Group has announced the formation of the Black Bear Youth Hockey Foundation, established to provide need-based aid to hockey players ages 7-17.  Through individual grants and sponsored programming, the foundation’s goal is to increase American youth hockey participation and ease financial burdens many families undertake to afford association dues both at […]

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Navy and Notre Dame pull out of Ireland for iconic match-up, Annapolis to host game

Navy and Notre Dame pull out of Ireland for iconic match-up, Annapolis to host game

| June 02, 2020, 07:38 AM

Following extensive consultation with the Irish government, medical authorities and the leadership teams at Navy and Notre Dame, the Aer Lingus Classic football game scheduled for August 29 will not be played at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland. It is the intention of both Navy and Notre Dame to open the 2020 college football season with the […]

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WMAR’s Stepner and Harrison  win Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for story on Odenton hockey team

WMAR’s Stepner and Harrison win Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for story on Odenton hockey team

| May 14, 2020, 10:45 AM

WMAR-2 Sports reporter Shawn Stepner and photojournalist Don Harrison have been recognized by the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award in Sports Reporting for their story, “Hockey, Greater Than Hate.” The story follows a Maryland 14 and under Odenton team who banded together to fight racism and harassment. […]

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Maryland Black Bears hire new Assistant GM

Maryland Black Bears hire new Assistant GM

| May 05, 2020, 01:51 PM

The Maryland Black Bears Head Coach and General Manager, Clinton Mylymok has announced that Ryan Kosecki will be joining the team as the Assistant General Manager. Kosecki is coming to the Black Bears from the USHL, where he spent the past two seasons as an Assistant Coach with the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Kosecki is extremely familiar […]

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Bowie Baysox season delayed

Bowie Baysox season delayed

| March 23, 2020, 01:55 PM

Major League and Minor League Baseball has announced that the start of 2020 season will be delayed until further notice due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The decision was made after consultation with medical professionals earlier this month, and the Baysox are fully supportive of the two leagues’ decisions to push Opening Day back […]

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Tomahawks edge out the Black Bears 1-0

Tomahawks edge out the Black Bears 1-0

| March 07, 2020, 11:17 PM

In a close low-scoring affair, the Johnstown Tomahawks held a 1-0 lead against the Maryland Black Bears in a game that went down to the wire. Despite a valiant effort by the Black Bears, the Tomahawks completed the weekend sweep. The lone goal came in the second period from Tomahawks’ leading goal scorer Christian Gorscak. […]

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Black Bears attempt a comeback, but fall short in game against Johnstown

Black Bears attempt a comeback, but fall short in game against Johnstown

| March 06, 2020, 11:15 PM

The Maryland Black Bears began its final series against East Division rival Johnstown Tomahawks as the North American Hockey League playoffs are right around the corner; however, a slow start held the Black Bears back as the Tomahawks defeated Maryland, 4-2. Johnstown scored all four of its goals in the first period and that would […]

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Bill Belichick to be given the key to Annapolis on March 14th

Bill Belichick to be given the key to Annapolis on March 14th

| March 04, 2020, 11:41 AM

New England Patriots head coach and Annapolis native Bill Belichick will be presented the key to the city from Annapolis mayor, the Honorable Gavin Buckley, at halftime of the Navy-Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse game on Saturday, March 14. Belichick will be the first person to ever receive the key to the city of Annapolis. “I […]

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Black Bears edge out Rebels

Black Bears edge out Rebels

| February 29, 2020, 11:57 PM

The Maryland Black Bears faced off against the Jamestown Rebels for the final game of the weekend series.  After a physical three periods, the Black Bears completed the sweep of the Jamestown Rebels with a 2-1 victory on Saturday night. The Black Bears struck first with a shorthanded goal from defenseman, Hampus Rydqvist. Rydqvist blocked a […]

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