Maryland will have an interesting schedule this year obviously playing some big teams. A game that will be played at home is Ohio State and a few away games in clued Michigan and Penn State. Right now, on paper the Terps have some great players including a quarterback, great receivers, and great running backs.
Florida State’s Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference men’s athlete of the year. Maryland women’s basketball player Alyssa Thomas earned the award for the league’s women.
With the disappointing season UMD had on the basketball court last season, the recruiting class looks to have some potential for upswing in the Terps’ back-court.
Terps football “The big thing is they’ve got to win the state of Maryland, and they’ve got to win the DC area in recruiting.” Said Felder, who focuses on college football, on what the Maryland Terrapins need to do to compete in the Big Ten conference.
Virginia’s Josh Sborz last started a month ago, and when he walked two Maryland hitters in the first inning of the deciding game of the Charlottesville Regional it looked like the decision to put the sophomore back on the mound might backfire.
Kenny Towns had three hits, Artie Lewicki pitched 3 1/3 innings of solid relief and Virginia beat Maryland 7-3 Sunday to force a deciding game 3 of the NCAA Charlottesville super regional.
Jake Stinnett pitched six solid innings, Brandon Lowe had two RBIs and Maryland beat Virginia 5-4 Saturday in the opener of an NCAA super regional.
Virginia will face a familiar foe with a berth in the College World Series on the line.
Maryland’s basketball team has signed Georgia Tech transfer Robert Carter Jr.
Blake Schmit drove in three runs as Maryland beat South Carolina a second straight time, a 10-1 victory Sunday night to win the NCAA tournament’s Columbia regional.
Old Dominion closer Brad Gero hit batters with the bases loaded in the ninth inning to bring home the tying and winning runs in Maryland’s 4-3 victory at the NCAA tournament’s Columbia regional on Friday.
Maryland captured its 11th NCAA women’s lacrosse championship Sunday night, getting five goals from Beth Glaros in a 15-12 victory over Syracuse.