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It’s More than a 5K, It’s a Celebration of Life
- The Color Run came to Baltimore last year and started a tradition of fun, community spirit and color. For those of you who do not know what The Color Run is, it is a 5K held at numerous locations across the country. The Color Run (TCR) is more than just a 5K though; it’s a […]
In Case You Haven’t Heard…
- Maryland Office of Sports has officially become Maryland Sports. Along with the name change we have also redesigned our logo, our website and our blog. We have also added a new blog, Warehouse Window. This blog focuses on the Camden Yards Sports Complex while Here 2 Play focuses on Maryland as a whole. Feel free […]
Scenes from O’s Opening Day 2014
- Hope springs eternal on Opening Day, so the adage goes.  Anything is possible. Even sunshine. After an interminable winter and two days of the dreaded wintery mix, Monday dawned with bright skies, moderate temps and a brisk breeze.  Spring and the Orioles are back. Even before the faithful flock to Camden Yards, Opening Day is […]
Preparing for Baseball: A Look into Opening Day
- This morning as I took my usual walk through the Camden Yard’s Warehouse to get to my office I noticed something different. It wasn’t something out of the ordinary, something in the air was different. There were more people walking around, more trucks coming in for delivery and more cars in the parking lot. It was […]
Meet one of the Rising Companies in Sports: Elite Tournaments
- On any given spring weekend you can head to one of the numerous fields across the state of and see one of the many soccer tournaments that brings athletes from all over the United States to Maryland. Maryland hosts some of the biggest and best soccer tournaments in the country. Behind these tournaments is a great […]
Amanda Post Memorial Tournament About More Than Just Soccer
- Another successful year is in the books for the SAC Amanda Post Memorial Tournament that wrapped up this past weekend in Ellicott City. The two weekend tournament, however, is about more than just soccer; they were about celebrating Amanda’s life and her family. Amanda Josephine Post or “Pippy” started playing soccer at the age of […]
CAA Basketball Tournament Brings “March Madness” to Baltimore
- The University of Delaware may have left with CAA crown, but it was the city of Baltimore that was the real winner. The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) held its Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament this past weekend at the Baltimore Arena. All nine schools were represented in this year’s tournament, but it was the University of […]
Division III Lacrosse is Unlike Any Other in Maryland
- As the lacrosse season begins, men’s college teams across the nation look to make the trip to M&T Bank Stadium for the 2014 National Championship game in Baltimore. With over 12 national championships, between men’s and women’s, the state of Maryland has become a national powerhouse when it comes to the sport of lacrosse, especially at the […]
NCAA Lacrosse Season is Underway for Maryland Universities
- The NCAA Lacrosse season has gotten underway and with Maryland having seven Universities playing DI lacrosse this spring there is a chance that one or more end up in Baltimore for the National Championship. With University of Maryland, Towson, Johns Hopkins, Loyola (MD) , Navy, UMBC and Mount Saint Mary’s all fielding DI men’s and […]
USA Sailing Junior Olympic Sailing Festival
- This Month there are many events taking place in the state of Maryland, however there are some key events that everyone should have their eye on. The USA Sailing Junior Olympics Sailing Festival taking place in Annapolis is one of those significant events. The event took place July 5-8th at Annapolis Yacht Club & Severn […]

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