MARYLAND TERRAPINS NEWS

How can Maryland baseball keep up its winning ways this weekend?

smith celebration Sung Min Kim/Testudo Times Maryland baseball played its first away series on the Big Ten schedule this past weekend, sweeping Rutgers in Piscataway. The Terps came back home Tuesday and won a 12-11 thriller over Richmond.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
22 days ago

Maryland women’s lacrosse avoids upset, escapes from No. 18 Virginia in 16-11 win

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports In its toughest game of the year, Maryland womens lacrosse escaped from Charlottesville with a 16-11 victory over Virginia despite being down for half the game. Caroline Steele carried the Terps offense at times in this game, finishing with five goals. Steele, who came into the game with 20 goals on the season, scored a hat trick over a five minute...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
22 days ago

Maryland baseball wins 12-11 slugfest over Richmond

nick dunn Sung Min Kim/Testudo Times In what was a wild and long game at Bob Turtle Smith Stadium, Maryland baseball would eventually use an eighth-inning rally to beat the Richmond Spiders, 12-11, on Tuesday night. Maryland had trailed by as much as six runs in the ballgame thanks in part to sloppy defensive play and spotty pitching. The Terps finished the game with a total of...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
24 days ago

Destiny Slocum, National Freshman of the Year, to transfer from Maryland

  Players transferring in Division I men’s and women’s basketball is becoming a regular occurrence. The new trend has hit the Maryland Terrapins women’s program hard. In a shocking development, National Freshman of the Year Destiny Slocum is transferring from the university, the school announced earlier Tuesday. Slocum arrived to Maryland rated the No. 3 point guard in the...
Via KCM Sports
24 days ago

Maryland Star Freshman Destiny Slocum to Transfer

Destiny Slocum was named the Freshman of the Year just a few days ago, but now the Maryland Terrapins star is leaving College Park. As reported by The Washington Post’s Gene Wang, Slocum, who averaged 11.5 points, 6.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game for Maryland in 2016, is one of three starts the Terrapins will have to replace for the 2017 season. Slocum went viral in March...
Via CBS DC
24 days ago

Jacquille Veii transferred from and back to Maryland. Now he’s ready to play again.

Jacquille Veii at last years spring practice. Sung Min Kim Jacqiulle Veii will start and finish his college football career at Maryland. He started under Randy Edsall and will finish under DJ Durkin. All thats pretty normal in College Park these days, but Veiis journey isnt. Unique is definitely a good word for it, Durkin told reporters Thursday. He hasnt played a college football...
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24 days ago

Maryland basketball given 100-1 odds to win 2018 title

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports Maryland is a 100-1 bet to win the 2017-18 NCAA Tournament, according to the opening line released by the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook Monday. The Terps were given a 40-1 shot to win the NCAA Tournament at this time last year, but that was before both Diamond Stone and Robert Carter left for the NBA Draft. Maryland has already lost Melo Trimble to...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
24 days ago

Maryland women’s soccer signed the No. 25 class in the country in 2017

Sarah Sopher / Testudo Times Maryland womens soccer still has a long way to go to be competitive in the Big Ten, but head coach Ray Leones first full recruiting class looks like a step in the right direction. Top Drawer Soccer ranked the Terps class No. 25 in the nation, according to a statement released by the team Thursday. It is also the fourth-best class in the Big Ten.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
25 days ago

Maryland baseball makes consensus return to top 25

john szefc Sung Min Kim/Testudo Times Maryland baseball is back in the top 25 for the first time since the opening week of the college baseball season. After being unranked for the past month, the Terps have cracked the top 25 on multiple respected college baseball sites.
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25 days ago

Relive Maryland basketball’s ‘One Shining Moment’ from the 2002 NCAA Championship

After Gonzaga or North Carolina wins the NCAA Championship tonight, CBS will air One Shining Moment. Maybe Maryland will appear in that montage, or maybe not. So while we all wait to see who comes out on top, heres the One Shining Moment from 2002, when the Terps took home the title:
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
25 days ago

Maryland baseball sweeps doubleheader and weekend series against Rutgers

tayler stiles Sung Min Kim/Testudo Times Maryland baseball took both halves of Sundays doubleheader against Rutgers to finish a sweep of the weekend series. The Terps are now 18-8 overall and 5-1 in the Big Ten, while the Scarlet Knights drop to 10-17 overall and 0-3 in the conference. Maryland stays in third in the Big Ten standings with the sweep. Game 1: Maryland 6, Rutgers 1
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26 days ago

Maryland softball swept by Michigan State

Sammi Silber/Testudo Times Maryland softball traveled to East Lansing after being swept by Ohio State last weekend. Michigan State entered the series 0-3 in Big Ten play as well after getting swept by Purdue. The Terps dropped all three games to Michigan State, falling to 7-26-1 on the season. They sit at the bottom of the conference with an 0-6 record. Game summaries Friday evening...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
26 days ago

Maryland baseball dominates Rutgers, 5-1, in 1st game of weekend series

Sung Min Kim/Testudo Times After coming off a week of rest after a weekday game against Saint Josephs was cancelled, Maryland baseball came out strong against Rutgers, defeating the Scarlet Knights, 5-1. The Terps (16-8, 3-1 Big Ten) rode a stellar pitching performance by Brian Shaffer, who pitched seven stellar innings of one-run ball, striking out four and giving up only four hits...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
27 days ago

Maryland men’s lacrosse vs. Michigan preview: Terps take on improved Wolverines

Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images After enacting some revenge on the North Carolina Tar Heels over the weekend, No. 9 Maryland mens lacrosse opens Big Ten play against the rising No. 18 Michigan Wolverines. Last year in the Big House, the Terps got a taste of some Michigan climate and played through a mid-game blizzard. Then-senior Bryan Cole broke a 7-7 tie with 43 seconds left...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
28 days ago

3 Maryland football prospects have workouts scheduled with the Ravens next week

Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images Maryland football has at least three prospects working out for the Baltimore Ravens on Monday, April 3, and at least one will visit the Washington Redskins on April 17. Wide receiver Levern Jacobs, linebacker Roman Braglio and cornerback Alvin Hill will be at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday to show out for the Ravens scouts. Braglio played defensive...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
28 days ago

Megan Taylor’s career performance propels Maryland women’s lacrosse to 18-8 win over No. 3 Florida

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Entering Wednesdays contest in College Park, No. 3 Florida averaged 16.67 goals per game. But Marylands strong defense stopped the red-hot Gators, holding them to single-digit goals for the first time this year. The Terps emerged with an 18-8 victory over Florida. After posting a sub-.500 save percentage last time out, goalie Megan Taylor bounced back...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
March 29, 2017

AP All-Time Top 100: Maryland tops the list of never No. 1s

PHOENIX (AP) — Gary Williams had great players and great teams during his tenure at Maryland, even won a national championship. The one thing missing from the Terps’ resume: A No. 1 ranking in the AP Top 25. Through 68 years and more than 1,100 polls, Maryland was never once the top-ranked team in the country — and that’s just fine by its former coach. “We were No. 1 after...
Via MyNorthwest.com
March 29, 2017

Why is Maryland baseball still unranked despite winning 14 of 17 games?

kevin smith Sung Min Kim/Testudo Times Big Ten baseball started this past weekend, and Maryland took two out of three from No. 18 Michigan, which entered as the conferences only ranked team. The Terps also split two midweek road games against UNC-Wilmington. Their 3-2 week moved them to 15-8 this season.
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March 29, 2017

Maryland won the Big Ten League of Legends Tournament

Maryland has brought yet another Big Ten Championship back to campus. This one comes by way of the Terps League of Legends team. The Terps swept Illinois 3-0, and I'm not even going to pretend to know what that means (someone call Pete Volk). Marylands sweep of the Illini capped off the inaugural Big Ten Network League of Legends season, which started in January.
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March 28, 2017

Duane Simpkins talks Georgetown coaching search, Final Four

George Mason assistant coach and former player for the Maryland Terrapins Duane Simpkins weighs in on Georgetown's coaching search, the NCAA Tournament and the Final Four with CSN's Chick Hernandez.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
March 26, 2017

Maryland baseball drops series finale to Michigan, 6-2

Andrew Kramer @mercator88 In Sundays finale of the opening B1G series for the Terps, Michigan was able to salvage a win, 6-2. The Terps hurt themselves by committing two errors, throwing two wild pitches, and allowing three passed balls. Marty Costes and Will Watson each had two hits. Control issues allow Michigan to take a 4-1 lead
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
March 26, 2017

Maryland basketball makes 4-star SG Prentiss Hubb’s top 6

Maryland basketball is in Prentiss Hubbs top six. The four-star 2018 guard released his list Sunday on Twitter, placing the Terps with Kansas, Villanova, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Virginia. #Top6 pic.twitter.com/HdcmZ55daU Prentiss Hubb (@PHubb_3) March 26, 2017
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March 26, 2017

Maryland baseball edges Michigan, 5-4, to clinch series win

Sung Min Kim/Testudo Times In a game that see-sawed back and forth, the Terps were able to push across a run in the eighth to win 5-4. Will Watson had a home run and a key single, two of only six hits for the Terps. But Marylands pen was able to shut down the Wolverines over the last four frames in a tight game. With the win, the Terps win the series and go for the sweep on Sunday...
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March 25, 2017

Maryland Terrapins fall to Oregon Ducks in Sweet 16

The Ducks beat the Terps 77-63 to advance to the Elite Eight.
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March 25, 2017

Maryland women’s basketball had a chance at a rematch with UConn. Instead, it’s going home.

David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports BRIDGEPORT, Conn. Even in warmups, it was easy to see the different approach between Maryland and Oregon on Saturday. The Ducks looked nice and loose, just happy to be there and dancing to warmup songs. The Terps, meanwhile, looked like they were on a business trip, taking this game as a stepping stone to an almost-certain rematch with UConn in the Elite Eight.
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March 25, 2017
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