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Wesley begins three-game home slate for Hawks

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 11:05:00 EST

After seven straight games on the road, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore got a much-needed full week away from competition for exams, but will now return to action Saturday (Dec. 16) when they host Division III Wesley College at 2 p.m.



Hawks begin three-game home slate with win against Wesley

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 18:48:00 EST

Saturday’s game against Division III Wesley College may have been just what the doctor ordered for a University of Maryland Eastern Shore team that has been on the road for seven straight games.The Shore (2-7) started the second half with a 20-0 run and then outscored the Wolverines 62-8 in the second half to go on to a 97-30 victory.



Wake forest size too much for Hawks in loss

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:15:00 EST

Saturday’s matchup with Wake Forest didn’t have the best outcome for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, but for a team coming off a seven-game road swing that finished with a two-game trip in Atlantic Coast Conference country there are a few bright spots.The 92-50 loss at the hands of the Demon Deacons (6-5) was hard to swallow for the Hawks (1-7), but a week off for finals and three straight games at home should dull the sting a bit and maybe help get a few players more back on the court for the Shore.



Hawks look to elevate inside game against Deacons

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 14:06:00 EST

When the University of Maryland Eastern Shore traveled south from Blacksburg, Virginia to Winston-Salem, North Carolina on Thursday, they remained in Atlantic Coast Conference Country. But on Saturday (Dec. 9) they face a team as different from the Hokies as the snowy weather that greeted them on Friday.



Hawks hang tough in first half, but fall to Hokies

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:33:00 EST

With just over four minutes to go in the first half at Virginia Tech Wednesday night, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore had used a smothering defense and efficient offensive game plan to manage a 23-23 tie against the Hokies.But Virginia Tech would trade blows with Eastern Shore and then end the half on a 7-0 run, going into the break up 32-25 and never surrendered the lead again.After a hot start to the third quarter the Hokies led by 12 and went on to a 90-52 win.



Hawks to take on Virginia Tech in first of two on road

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 18:14:00 EST

The last time out, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore may have faced it’s toughest post opponent of the season in George Mason center Natalie Butler. On Wednesday (Dec. 6) night at Virginia Tech they’ll face the most versatile.“It doesn’t take much to see they are a good team,” Hawks coach Fred Batchelor said. “They are averaging 80-plus points a game and they have two kids averaging 30 together along with a point guard that gets them going.”Those two players are junior shooting guard Taylor Emery (15.4) and redshirt junior forward Regan Magarity (15.0) along with point guard Chanette Hicks (13.2). Hicks is the lifeblood of the offense and a sparkplug on defense leading the team in assists and steals.



Hawks announce 2018 Hall of Fame Class

Thu, 30 Nov 2017 16:19:00 EST

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is pleased to announce the Hawks Hall of Fame Class of 2018, which will be honored at a Feb. 23 gala entitled Bow Ties and Tennis Shoes.The group includes: Jessica Worsley, Women's Bowling, 2004-08; Tim Parham, Basketball, 2003-06; Charles "Chucky" Pickard, Baseball, Track and Field, Basketball, 1998-2002; Angela Fowler, Women's Basketball, 1989-1992; Doug Dukes, Assistant Coach, Women's Bowling; Gail Aiken, Contributor, Athletic Staff.



Hawks extend talons into community with Ocean City Clinic

Thu, 30 Nov 2017 14:31:00 EST

The Maryland Eastern Shore men’s and women’s basketball teams took time out from their busy schedule earlier this month to ...



George Mason three-headed monster too much for Hawks

Thu, 30 Nov 2017 00:42:00 EST

Nothing about Wednesday night’s matchup with George Mason (7-2) was every going to be easy for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. But outsized and still without a pair of regular starters out with injury, the Hawks (1-5) hung close cutting the Patriots lead to single digits several times in the second half before falling 82-68.



Hawks face tall task in George Mason, Butler

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 22:48:00 EST

Fresh off a 14-day road trip that saw it hit New York and Alaska, and a face foursome of tough foes that left the record at 1-4, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore must hit the road again — this time to face George Mason (6-2).



Gill-Miles earns MEAC Rookie of the Week honors

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 17:05:00 EST

The University of Eastern Shore’s Bairesha Gill-Miles (Lexington, Kentucky) earned Rookie of the Week honors for the week ending on Nov. 27.



Hawks come out flat, can’t get on track in Alaska

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 22:51:00 EST

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore struggled to find its rhythm early in Thursday’s consolation game matchup with Binghamton in the Great Alaska Shootout. The result was a 22-7 first-quarter hole that the Hawks (1-4) never dug their way out of on their way to a 68-51 loss.



Hawks looking to leave Alaska with Binghamton win

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 05:35:00 EST

Following Tuesday's loss to Alaska Anchorage in the Great Alaska Shootout, University of Maryland Eastern Shore head coach Fred Batchelor was disappointed not so much in the outcome of the 69-59 loss, but rather what he saw as a team that outworked his.Despite a strong performance and overall effort by freshman Bairesha Gill-Miles, Batchelor saw a team that he didn't think wanted the win as bad as the Seawolves they matched up against. It was telling the postgame interview that Batchelor said he thought Gill-Miles seemed at times to be battling UAA alone."We just need to play a little bit better," Batchelor said. "The people here have been really kind and the experience has been really great for us. It's just too bad we weren't able to come away with a win."The Shore's last chance to pick up that first victory on this 13-day road trip is on Thursday afternoon against Binghamton University (3-2), which dropped a 60-55 decision to Tulsa in the opening round.



Hawks drop Great Alaskan Shootout opener to host Seawolves

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 06:15:00 EST

Entering Tuesday night's opening round of the Great Alaskan Shootout, University of Maryland Eastern Shore head coach Fred Batchelor knew he needed several things from his team to come away with a victory against host Alaska-Anchorage.The Hawks needed to withstand the pressure, be efficient on offense, defend the Seawolves' bigs and get some offensive contributions from different sources.The first half was a back-and-forth battle that saw the Hawks leading by as many as seven points and hold a 31-30 edge at the break. But Alaska-Anchorage (6-0) shot 61.5 percent from the field in the third quarter, building and 11-point lead and then played suffocating defense in the fourth quarter to come away with a 69-59 win and a spot in Thursday's final against Tulsa.



The Shore opens event against host Seawolves

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:38:00 EST

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore will play its fourth game of the season 4,394 miles away from its Princess Anne campus when the Hawks take on host University of Alaska-Anchorage in the first round of the Great Alaskan Shootout.