April 4, 2006:
April 1, 2002: Maryland wins its first NCAA men's basketball championship, 64-52 over five-time titlist Indiana. Juan Dixon (18 points), the tournament Most Valuable Player, and Lonny Baxter (15 points, 14 rebounds) lead the Terps, who win 19 of their last 20 games to finish 32-4.
April 6, 1992: It's a storybook start for Oriole Park at Camden Yards: Rick Sutcliffe pitches the Birds to a 2-0 victory over the
April 2, 1976: In a six-player trade, the
March 31, 1959: Johns Hopkins wins its 16th straight game, 20-9 over Yale as Billy Morrill scores eight goals and Mickey Webster gets nine assists, a school record.
April 5, 1941: Navy defeats Harvard, 12-0, in lacrosse after refusing to play the game until the visitors send home their lone black player, Lucien Alexis Jr. Harvard does so rather than accept a forfeit from the Midshipmen.
April 5, 1914: The Orioles, led by
April 3, 1895: Leaving
March 31, 1930: Jim Mutscheller, the