Jan. 14, 2000: "There can be no doubt about the greatness of this defense,"
Jan. 19, 1974: Undefeated UMES runs its men's basketball winning streak to 15, longest in the nation, with a 113-106 overtime victory over Delaware State. Center Joe Pace (32 points, 24 rebounds) leads the Hawks.
Jan. 17, 1971: In a Super Bowl game marked by 14 penalties, 11 turnovers, a twice-tipped touchdown pass and a blocked extra-point attempt, the
Jan. 17, 1969: Five days after his team's loss to the
Jan. 14, 1969: A sellout crowd at the Civic Center sees the Bullets spark the East to a 123-112 victory over the West in the first
Jan. 15, 1965: It takes an overtime victory to do it, but Towson State ends a four-year basketball losing streak in Mason-Dixon Conference play by defeating the
Jan. 15, 1959: "I will have no excuses if we lose," Tom Nugent,
Jan. 19, 1944: A shortage of players and coaches, due to the war, prompts Maryland to eliminate intercollegiate lacrosse from its spring program. School officials promise an intramural lacrosse program instead.
Jan. 14, 1898: Robert Garrett, who won two gold medals and two silvers in the 1896 Olympics, is named captain of the track team at Johns Hopkins, where he is a graduate student.
Jan. 18, 1964: