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Latest College Park Items
On the horizon Thursday is a Boston College team that has played one of the most rigorous non-conference schedules in the country to begin the season. The Eagles have already faced Providence, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Washington, Purdue, and Southern California, making them perhaps the most talented 3-6 team in the country.
After winning the Paradise Jam tournament and reshuffling its coaching staff, Maryland heads back to College Park to face Morgan State. Preview it here.
Maryland, the favorite to win this Paradise Jam tournament, is one win away. They face a tough Providence team on Monday night in hopes of bringing a title back to College Park.
The Maryland women's basketball team thought they might try to get a message to President Barack Obama during his visit to College Park. It arrived and he responded.
President Barack Obama and the First Family attended Maryland's matchup Sunday evening at Comcast Center in College Park. Below are photos from US Presswire of his visit.
One week ago, the situation in College Park was bleak. On Saturday evening, the whole narrative might have changed because of one unlikely road win.
President Barack Obama and his family will be in College Park tomorrow, but there's still a basketball game to preview. Discussing Beavers-Terps with CSNNW's Greg Crawford here.
Brenda Frese's contract extension will keep her with the Terps through 2021.
President Barack Obama has been in attendance for some high-profile NCAA basketball games in the past. His next visit will be Sunday in College Park.