Howard County High School Sports: Links

The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
The Official Site of The Atlantic Coast Conference Athletics. Includes the following twelve universities: Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.

Baltimore Blast
The official web site for the Baltimore Blast, Baltimore's Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) team.

Baltimore Orioles
The official web site for the "Orioles" major league baseball team. Get schedules, ticket information, game results, stats, and information about your favorite Oriole past and present.

Baltimore Ravens
The official web site for the Baltimore Ravens NFL team. Get information about game tickets, schedule, directions to stadium, parking, players, scores, stats and coaches.

Baltimore Sun High School Sports your link to the Baltimore Sun sports page featuring the latest in metro-area high school sports, stories and more.

Baseball America
Considered the top sports magazine dedicated solely to baseball. Get the top team rankings in high school and college along with the top individual draft ratings for high school and college. See who the top professional prospects are and how they have fared in the minor and major leagues.

High School Baseball Web
A great source of information for high school baseball on the internet. Information on "how to" make your high school team, interviews with college and high school coaches. A recruiting timeline for a player that has a goal of playing at the next level. A list of division I, II and III colleges, the name of the baseball coach, e-mail address and links to web sites.

Bats - Don Mattingly's Baseball and Softball
Mattingly Baseball, home of our patented V-Grip™ baseball and softball bats. The V-Grip™ was invented by our founder, Don Mattingly, of the New York Yankees. Don invented the grip to help his own sons improve the way they gripped a baseball bat in order to improve their swing technique. We offer a great selection of baseball bats, softball bats, batting gloves, and equipment for players of all ages. We offer both wood bats and aluminum bats.

EZ Calculator
I've compiled a large collection of free online calculators. You may browse the entire selection from the links below. I have organized my online calculators alphabetically. Some of my calculators are for fun, novelty, business, entertainment, or personal use. But hey, they're all free to use.

Columbia Union College
Columbia Union Colleges is a small private college near the nation’s capital with deeply-felt Christian roots. As a result, the college displays excellence in terms of its own distinctiveness, with an emphasis on classes that are smaller and taught by professors who bring not only the kind of technical capability you would expect at a college at the nation’s capital, but also a strong sense of mission. This translates into a more personal style of teaching, where students are not lost in the shuffle, as is possible in larger institutions.

CUC occupies 19 acres in Takoma Park, Maryland, near the nation's capital. Its world-class metropolitan setting affords unrivaled opportunity for learning, work, recreation, and service.

>100% Pass Rate on Nursing Boards
>World-class Music Groups
>NCAA Division II Athletics
>Exceptional Internship Opportunities
>Suburban location inside the Capital Beltway

Cross Country Running
Hickok gives a "History of Cross Country Running".

D.C. United
The official web site for the Washington "D.C. United" Major League Soccer team. Get all the facts and figures about the team, players, coaches, schedule, tickets and other soccer information.

ESPN Sports
ESPN Sports, the internet magazine for all professional and college sports. Also your "Fantasy Sports" connection.

National Field Hockey Coaches Association
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) is a non-profit organization serving field hockey coaches and supporters of the game from across the United States. The mission of the organization is to stimulate the professional development of coaching leadership within the sport of field hockey. The NFHCA strives to cultivate and recognize the professional contributions of its membership and to foster and promote the growth of the sport. The NFHCA is responsible for providing a recognizable presence and voice in regard to legislation affecting the sport as well as interscholastic and intercollegiate programs.

U.S. Field Hockey Association
U.S. Field Hockey is the national governing body for the sport of field hockey in the United States.

Frostburg State University
Frostburg State University is a public, undergraduate & graduate institution that offers degrees in the Professional Studies, Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Frostburg State University is located in the Appalachian highlands (elevation 2,000 feet) of western Maryland. The main campus covers 260 acres within the town limits of Frostburg (population 7,500).

The university also offers courses at the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown and on the Catonsville Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County.

The local region is rich in both history and outdoor activities. Students can visit nearby recreational areas—Rocky Gap, New Germany, and Deep Creek Lake State Parks—which offer camping, boating, swimming, hiking, and skiing.

Frostburg University Bobcats' Athletics

Maryland High School Football Coaches Association.
The MFCA association is comprised of head coaches and assistants from Marylands high school programs. The MFCA purpose is to promote the game of football in the state. Mr. Joe Russo, President, Hammond High School Athletic Director.

George Mason University
With three locations in the Washington, D.C., area, Mason has emerged in the last decade as a major university in the nation. Our innovative programs and visionary outlook have attracted a faculty of renowned scholars and teachers.

Georgetown University
Founded in 1789, the same year the U.S. Constitution took effect, Georgetown University is the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university. Today, Georgetown is a major international research university. Georgetown University is "Home of the Hoyas". Visit the Hoyas Official Athletic Site by clicking here. Get information regarding admissions, campus, directions,history and other information.

Golf Conditions -Local (LGC) is dedicated to serving the Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia golf communities with a comprehensive database of all area public golf courses. Our goal is to create a forum for local golfers; interactive databases where people can offer fair & honest reviews and submit updates of course conditions. At its core, LGC is a website for the public golfer, by the public golfer.

Howard Community College
HCC is situated beside a lake on a 120-acre wooded campus in Columbia, Maryland. HCC offers a wide range of academic pursuits and extracurricular activities for students of all ages and walks of life.

About 5000 students pursue studies at HCC in a variety of academic programs leading to transfer to four-year colleges or immediate employment upon graduation. An additional 12,000 students take courses for personal or professional development.

HCC is "Home of the Fighting Dragons". Visit HCC Athletics by clicking here.

Howard County Public School System
Howard County Maryland Public School System web site. Get information on; elementary, middle and high schools.
Coordinator of Athletics - Mr. Mike Williams - Phone 410-313-6630
Administrative Secretary - Ms. Carol Feeser - Phone 410-313-6631

Atholton High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 3A
"Home of the Raiders"
Kelly Green and White
Athletic Director: Mr. Michael Sensi

Centennial High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 3A
"Home Of the Eagles"
Red, White and Blue
Athletic Director: Ms. Jean Vanderpool

Glenelg High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 1A
"Home of the Gladiators"
Scarlet and Gray
Athletic Director: Mr. John Davis

Hammond High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 2A
"Home of the Golden Bears"
Maroon and Vegas Gold
Athletic Director: Mr. Joe Russo
Phone: 410-313-7605

Howard High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 3A
"Home of the Lions"
Columbia Blue and White
Athletic Director: Mr. Michael Duffy

Long Reach High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 3A
"Home of the Lightning"
Purple, Silver and Black
Athletic Director: Mr. Joe Thomas

Marriotts Ridge High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 2A
"Home of the Mustangs"
Colors: Navy and Silver
Athletic Director - Mr. Gene Brown    Phone: 410-313-5568

Mount Hebron High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 2A
"Home of the Vikings"
Colors: Black and Gold
Athletic Director: Ms. Jeannie Prevosto
Phone: 410-313-2885

Oakland Mills High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 2A
"Home of the Scorpions"
Orange and Black
Athletic Director: Mr. Troy Stevenson

Reservoir High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 3A
"Home of the Gators"
Blue and Orange
Athletic Director: Mr. Ken Klock

River Hill High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 2A
"Home of the Hawks"
Blue and Gold
Athletic Director: Mr. Rick Lloyd

Wilde Lake High School
Howard County - MPSSAA - Class 3A
"Home of the Wilde Cats"
Green and Gold
Athletic Director: Mr. Vince Parnell
Phone: 410-313-6973

Howard County Recreation & Parks
Department of Recreation and Parks home page. This site will give you information regarding the seasonal activities and information offered by the department. Also, get information about Howard County Regional Parks, facilities and pavilions. Phone: 410-313-4700

Howard County Recreation and Parks:Sports & Adventure Services Division. This site features adult and youth sports leagues, events and employment opportunities offered by the division.

Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland - IAAM
The IAAM is an association of private and parochial schools in Central Maryland that participate in girls' interscholastic sports.

At the present, there are 31 member schools -- coeducational as well as single-sex -- fielding teams in nine sports.

Jeff Sagarin Computer Ratings
Jeff Sagarin has been providing power ratings and player ratings to USA TODAY since 1985. A mathematics graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and MBA from Indiana University in 1983, Sagarin has applied his unique ranking system to college football, college basketball, Major League Baseball, pro footaball, pro basketball, pro hockey, volleyball, nascar, soccer and several other sports. Sagarin's college basketball rankings have proven their value to the NCAA tournament selection committee. Jeff's college football rating became an official, part of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) team selection process.

Johns Hopkins University
Located in Baltimore City, the University opened February 22,1876 as the first research institution in the country. Today it remains a leader in both teaching and research. The School of Medicine is one of the best anywhere. Johns Hopkins University is "Home of the Blue Jays". Visit Hopkins Sports.Com by clicking here. JHU has a nationally ranked NCAA Division I lacrosse program.

Josh Hosler's Number One Hits
This web site one can search for the Number One Hit Single on any day for the past 100 years. Also there is a link to Bill Boards current Hot 100 on this day.

Inside Lacrosse.Com
Inside Lacrosse is a leading internet magazine for national high school and college lacrosse news, polls, and rankings.

Lax Power
Internet magazine reporting on college and high school lacrosse. Coverage includes college and high school national poll rankings and power ratings. Also, includes All Amercians; college, high school, both men and women.

Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association
Boy's state high school lacrosse coaches association to nominate, select and honor Maryland lacrosse players.

Under Armour Lacrosse
Under Armour, maker of sports wear under garments, web site for boys and girls All American Lacrosse Players.

US Lacrosse
US Lacrosse was founded on January 1, 1998, as the national governing body of men's and women's lacrosse.

University of Maryland
Founded in 1856, the University occupies a 1200 acre site in suburbia Maryland near the nation's capital. University of Maryland at College Park's, official web site and "The Home of the Terps". Visit the Terps Official Athletic Web site by clicking here. .Get information about admissions, history, campus, directions, maps and other information.

University of Maryland Baltimore County
Founded in 1966, UMBC is a member of the Unversity System of Maryland and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

UMBC's 9,549 undergraduates and 2,162 graduate students come from 45 states and 91 foriegn countries. Thres are over 35,000 UMBC alumni worldwide. UMBC is "Home of the Retrievers". Visit the "Retrievers Sports Page".

Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer
MACS is the organization that represents the soccer coaches in Maryland's public, private and parochial high schools. Many of the college and university coaches of the state also join. In addition to providing an opportunity for the coaches to meet and share ideas and concerns for the promotion of the game at the high school level throughout the state, MACS seeks to provide input at the state and national level on rule changes and other improvements to the game. Most importantly, through our association with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), MACS encourages and recognizes the development of young soccer players (male and female) from our state with the selection of All-State Teams and All-South and All-America nominations. More than a few MACS members are also involved as board members, committee chairs and/or regional representatives of the NSCAA.

Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Asscociation (MIAA)
The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association is an independent organization comprised of 28 private high schools located in and around the Baltimore Metro area.

Md Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association - MPSSAA
MPSSAA,for detailed information about the Maryland high school sports and state tournaments.

Maryland State Wrestling Association
The official website for the M.S.W.A. for state and local high school wrestling.

McDaniel College
McDaniel College is a private, selective college of the liberal arts and sciences offering a life-changing education to undergraduate and graduate students. One of the first things you'll notice is the sense of community that defines McDaniel. Professors are first and foremost teachers and mentors: you'll see them cheering from the sidelines of a soccer match or chatting with students over lunch in the Pub...
McDaniel College is located in Westminster, Maryland and is the the "Home of the Green Terror".

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), founded in 1937, is an organization of 8,000 professionals from around the world dedicated to serving students as they make choices about pursuing postsecondary education. NACAC is committed to maintaining high standards that foster ethical and social responsibility among those involved in the transition process, as outlined in the NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice.

National Federation of State High Schools
NFHS playing rules, available in 16 sports for boys and girls, govern virtually all high school competition in the United States.

National High School Coaches Association
The mission statement of the NHSCA is to provide leadership and support to coaching programs. Special emphasis is given to wrestling by the founder Robert Ferraro.

National Soccer Coaches Association of America
Based in Mission, Kan., the NSCAA is the largest coaches' organization in the United States. Since its founding in 1941, it has grown to include more than 16,000 members who coach both genders at all levels of the sport. In addition to a national rankings program for colleges and high schools, NSCAA offers an extensive recognition program that presents more than 10,000 individual awards every year.

Naval Academy - United States
The Naval Academy was founded in 1845 by the Secretary of the Navy, George Bancroft, in what is now historic Annapolis,Md. The Naval Academy is the "Home of the Midshipman". Visit NavySports.Com official athletic web site by clicking here.

Olympics - Athens 2004
The official web site for the 2004 Summer Olympics to be held in Athens, Greece, the ancient city where the first Olympics were held. More than 10,000 athletes from 202 countries around the globe will compete for the medals in 296 events in 28 sports.

Runners World
The world's leading runner's magazine.

St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Non-sectarian since its founding in 1840, St. Mary’s College of Maryland enjoys a unique status in public higher education as Maryland’s public honors college. Because it is a coeducational state college, St. Mary’s is committed to the ideals of affordability, accessibility, and diversity. As Maryland’s public honors college, St. Mary’s offers an undergraduate, liberal arts education and small-college experience like those found at exceptional private colleges. St. Mary’s shares the hallmarks of private institutions: an outstanding faculty, talented students, high academic standards, a challenging curriculum, small classes, a sense of community, and a spirit of intellectual inquiry. By combining the virtues of public and private education, St. Mary’s provides a unique alternative for students and their families. This special identity underpins the College’s success and its reputation for excellence. Its spectacular waterfront setting in the heart of the Chesapeake Bay region, 70 miles southeast of Washington, D.C. and 95 miles south of Baltimore, enhances the College’s uniqueness. The St. Mary’s campus is one of uncommon charm, inspiring a powerful sense of belonging.

Visit the St. Marys' Seahawks Athletics.

Salisbury University
Salisbury University, is located on the Eastern Shore, in Salisbury, Maryland. Salisbury College was founded in 1925 as a state institution of higher learning. Salisbury beame a four year college in 1935. The college was granted university status in 1988. Salisbury University, "Home of the Seagulls", has nationally ranked NCAA Division III athletic programs in men's and ladies lacrosse, baseball and softball. The student enrollment is 6,700 for the year 2004.

School's Out
Get updated school closings due to inclement weather, holidays, emergencies, etc.

Sporting News
Foxsports internet magazine with your link to all the professional sporting news and teams. Also your "Fantasy Sports" connection.

Tennis All-American Foundation
The National High School Tennis All-American Foundation (NHSTAAF) is a non-profit corporation formed to promote high school boys and girls tennis and to recognize the most outstanding high school players and teams from throughout the United States.

The Princeton Review
Great resource for:

*Finding the best school for you.
*Raising your Score.
*Online Applications, Access 950+ school applications online.
*Pay for School, Tools to search and expert advise.

Towson University
Established in 1866, Towson is nationally recognized for its excellant programs in the arts, sciences, business, communications, humanities, health professions, education and computer information systems. Towson is the second largest university in Maryland. Towson is "The Home of the Tigers".Visit the Towson Tigers by clicking here.

United States Tennis Association
United States Tennis Association (USTA) was established on May 21,1881 to form the world's first national governing body for tennis. The original name, the United States National Lawn Tennis Association, was shortened in 1920 to the United States Lawn Tennis Association and in 1975 the name was further shortened to the current United States Tennis Asssociation.

USA Today Sports
USA Today Sports. The Nation's Weekly Newspaper. Visit the following Polls by clicking on your choice below.

1. USA Today/ESPN Top 25 College Coaches Football Weekly Poll

2. USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Men's College Coaches Basketball Weekly Poll

3. USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Women's College Coaches Basketball Weekly Poll

4. USA Today Top 25 College Baseball Weekly Polls

5.USA Today Top 25 College Lacrosse Weekly Polls

6.USA Today Top 25 College Softball Weekly Polls

7.USA Today Top 25 ITA Tennis Weekly Rankings

U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association
Web site dedicated to NCAA Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches.

American Volleyball Coaches Association
The mission of the American Volleyball Coaches Association is to advance the development of the sport of volleyball by providing all coaches with educational programs, a forum for opinion exchange and recognition opportunities.

Member participation is vital to the Association accomplishing this mission.

United States Volleyball Association
The United States Volleyball Association (USVBA) is the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of volleyball in the United States and is recognized by the Federation International de Volleyball (FIVB) and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). The vision of the USVBA is to be acknowledged as the world leader in volleyball.

Washington Capitals
The official home of the "Washington Capitals", the National Hockey Leaque team in the Metro-Washington area. Get information about game schedules, ticket sales, players, stats, standings and other information about the Washington hockey team.

Washington College
As the first college founded in the newly independent United States, Washington College has a uniquely proud place in our country's history. Its founders intended it to be the first truly American institution of higher learning, educating future generations not just as scholars but as citizens.

George Washington, the institution's namesake, trustee, and founding patron, has stood as a role model for our students since 1782, when our College's first president pledged that "the youth of many future generations" would learn to honor his memory—a promise we have kept to this day. Our founders believed that knowledge of the past was fundamental to the continuing success of America's democratic experiment. And they upheld traditions of leadership and public service that continue unbroken.

At Washington College, history is a living tradition. The past is vividly present here on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake—called "America's last great colonial landscape"—where the roads and waterways have seen the passage of Revolutionary patriots and Civil War soldiers, Native American hunters and fugitive slaves. Nowhere is it more so than in Chestertown,Maryland, a community whose beauty, rich history, and sense of place have drawn national acclaim.

Visit the Washington College Shoreman Athletics.

Washington Nationals
Official Home of the Washington Nationals

In their first season in Washington, the Nationals were the feel-good story of the first half of 2005. They were 52-36 and in first place in the National League East. They were getting solid pitching from Livan Hernandez, John Patterson and timely hitting on a regular basis from Jose Guillen and Brad Wilkerson. A couple of days before the All-Star break, manager Frank Robinson warned his team not to relax because teams in the East would be gunning for them. Robinson was proven right. Not only did they lose their division and Wild Card leads, the Nationals went 28-45 after the break and were eliminated from playoff contention on Sept. 26. Still, Washington finished with a .500 record.

Washington Post High School Sports
Your Link to the Washington Post Sports Page featuring the lastest metro-area high school sports, scores, stories and more.

Washington Redskins
The official web site for the "Redskins", beloved NFL team in Washington, D.C.. Get information about players, scores, stats, news, and the latest Head Coach past and present.

Washington Wizards
The official web site of the Washington Wizards National Basketball Association (NBA) Team. Get the scores, schedules, stats, tickets, news and information about your favorite Wizard basketball player.