Maryland women’s basketball fueled by assist-to-turnover ratio

When Maryland women’s basketball hosted Niagara on Nov. 30 at the Xfinity Center, it ended with 30 assists, 17 turnovers and a 1.7 assist-to-turnover ratio; that many assists played a key role in its 70-point win. Maryland head coach Brenda Frese was elated about the Terps’ performance and said, “It’s a great step in the right direction with our chemistry.” 

Baltimore City produces the most Division I women’s basketball players in Maryland

Baltimore City was home to 22 of Maryland’s 133 Division I women’s basketball players last season, the most of any city or town in Maryland, according to the Sports Roster Data Project at the University of Maryland.

Vivek Ramaswamy’s debut on Republican debate stage leads to increased online popularity

Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, a political rookie, saw his social media followings soar after the first Republican debate. His followers on X increased 18% in one week while more established republicans didn’t cross 1% growth.

Neighbors remain skeptical of ballpark in their backyard

HAGERSTOWN — Hagerstown city officials and business owners are excited about the new minor league ballpark that’s under construction, but not all of its neighbors are cheering about it. Residents near the $70 million project – which leaders hope will…

Inside the numbers: What changed the last time Maryland built a minor-league ballpark

Regency Furniture Stadium, a $28 million ballpark paid for largely with taxpayer dollars, opened in 2008 in Waldorf, Maryland. Ever since, it has been the home of the Southern Maryland Blue Claws of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. Supporters…