Men’s lax starts hot, cools off late in loss to #1 Albany

By Sydney Fazio  It was a tale of two halves Saturday in Maryland Stadium, when No. 2 Maryland fell to No. 1 Albany, 11-10. It was Maryland’s first loss since April 22 of last year. The Terrapins have only trailed 3:13 of 300 minutes in five games played this season. They hadn’t trailed in their matchup against Albany until there was 1:16 left in the … Continue reading Men’s lax starts hot, cools off late in loss to #1 Albany

Women’s lacrosse bounces back to beat UMBC

By Sydney Fazio Maryland women’s lacrosse returned home Wednesday to take down the UMBC Retrievers 21-12. This confidence-boosting win comes after a close loss to No. 8 North Carolina in overtime. It was the first loss for Maryland in 57 regular season games. The Terps were ready to come back for redemption, and being under the homefield lights was something the team looked forward to. … Continue reading Women’s lacrosse bounces back to beat UMBC

Terps take on tough Big Ten Tournament bracket

By Connor Bell Maryland men’s basketball finished up their 99th regular season with a 24-point loss to Michigan on senior day in College Park. In a season filled with letdowns and plagued by injuries, the Terps still fought to the end and secured the No. 8 seed in the Big Ten Tournament. However, it is unclear how the Terps will perform with a difficult road … Continue reading Terps take on tough Big Ten Tournament bracket

Terps beat Nebraska, secure #2 seed for B1G Tourney

By Luke Gentile The Maryland women’s basketball team (23-6, 12-4 Big Ten) got back in the win column and secured the second seed in next week’s Big Ten tournament Sunday as they defeated the University of Nebraska 77-75. In the emotionally charged final game of the regular season, and during senior night, the Terps came out determined not to disappoint a crowded Xfinity Center. Freshman … Continue reading Terps beat Nebraska, secure #2 seed for B1G Tourney

Off to 4-0 start, here’s what to expect from Maryland men’s lacrosse

By Constantine Martin The University of Maryland men’s lacrosse team, like their female counterparts, won the 2017 NCAA national championship. The team had nine All-Americans and collected postseason accolades, with Matt Rambo winning the Tewaaraton for being the most outstanding college lacrosse player in 2017. After ending the school’s 42-year men’s lacrosse championship drought, the team entered the 2018 season with high expectations. Maryland was … Continue reading Off to 4-0 start, here’s what to expect from Maryland men’s lacrosse

Terps start season slow, but have potential

By Jacquelyn Budko Maryland Baseball’s preseason has passed and the regular season is underway, but many questions remain for the Terps as they face a unfriendly schedule. The biggest question entering this season is starting pitching. Maryland (2-4) lost starting pitcher Brian Shaffer and closer Ryan Selmer to the MLB Draft last year. Shaffer led the Terps with a 2.66 ERA last season in 16 … Continue reading Terps start season slow, but have potential

Maryland stays perfect, beats Penn

By Sydney Fazio The University of Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Team defeated the Penn University Quakers 13-6 on Wednesday, making it their 13th consecutive win against Penn. Maryland was undoubtedly in sync when they faced their first of nine ranked opponents in their 10-game stretch of regular season play. Senior midfielder Tim Rotanz put the first points on the board within the first five minutes. Shortly … Continue reading Maryland stays perfect, beats Penn

Terps’ tourney outlook is bleak

By Luke Gentile As the Maryland men’s basketball team enters the final weeks of the season, it appears that the Terps are not destined for the big dance. Maryland (18-11, 7-9 Big Ten) has failed to achieve any sort of traction on the road (1-8), making their NCAA tournament hopes look bleak. “I think that it’s been a pretty disappointing season,” said Jason Lynn, a … Continue reading Terps’ tourney outlook is bleak

Maryland falls to Purdue, 75-65

By Luke Gentile The Maryland women’s basketball team (22-4, 11-2 Big Ten) failed to overcome a strong Purdue University defense Wednesday as it lost 75-65. The game began with a quick steal from sophomore forward Stephanie Jones, who had a strong performance, shooting five for five from the field and only missing one free throw. However, this lead was short-lived. The first half was a … Continue reading Maryland falls to Purdue, 75-65