#1 Maryland rallies from behind to top Robert Morris

By Luke Gentile  Maryland lacrosse (13-3), the No. 1 ranked team in the country and defending national champions, escaped a first round exit in the NCAA tournament May 13, coming from behind to defeat Robert Morris University (13-5) in a 14-11 win. The Terps entered their 41st NCAA tournament with a 2-0 record against Robert Morris, and they got on the board early as senior … Continue reading #1 Maryland rallies from behind to top Robert Morris

Maryland defeats Northwestern, secures Big Ten Championship

By Luke Gentile The No. 3 Maryland women’s lacrosse team (16-1, 6-0 Big Ten) held off a determined No. 7 Northwestern University (13-4, 5-1 Big Ten) in a 20-16 win April 26 as the Terrapins secured their fourth consecutive regular season title. In a tale of two halfs, the Terps came out firing on all cylinders in the opening minutes of the game. Senior team … Continue reading Maryland defeats Northwestern, secures Big Ten Championship

No. 1 Maryland Lacrosse loses to unranked Ohio State

By Luke Gentile  The top-ranked Maryland men’s lacrosse team (10-2, 3-1 Big Ten) could not outlast unranked Ohio State (7-6, 2-2) on April 22, as the Terrapins lost 12-10. Sunday marked the first time the Terrapins faced the Buckeyes since last year’s national championship game, which Maryland won 9-6. However, that Buckeyes’ team looked very different than the one they fielded this weekend. With an … Continue reading No. 1 Maryland Lacrosse loses to unranked Ohio State

Terps offense falters against Illinois

By Luke Gentile The Maryland baseball team (15-17, 3-3 Big Ten) could not surmount a late two run deficit and wobbly bullpen Sunday in its game against the University of Illinois (19-8, 6-3 Big Ten) losing 4-2. Maryland looked to close out the three game series with a win, as the Terrapins and Fighting Illini split the previous two contests. Junior Hunter Parsons took the … Continue reading Terps offense falters against Illinois

Terps rally from behind in second outing against Northwestern

By Luke Gentile  The Maryland baseball team (13-14, 1-1 Big Ten) overcame a three run deficit Saturday to end its game against Northwestern University (8-13, 1-4 Big Ten) with a 6-5 victory in extra innings. Taking the mound for the Terps was sophomore Tyler Blohm, who entered the game with a 3-2 record and a 3.82 ERA. Northwestern came out hot in the first inning. … Continue reading Terps rally from behind in second outing against Northwestern

Hartshorn dominates as Maryland eases past Georgetown

By Sydney Fazio  Maryland women’s lacrosse dominated the Georgetown Hoyas 17-5 Wednesday in a rainy local matchup. The Terps have one of the nation’s best offenses, ranking second in the country in goals per game with 16.44. Maryland validated its offensive ranking in the Georgetown matchup. Sophomore midfielder Kali Hartshorn gave the Terps a boost by dominating the center circle. Hartshorn’s 10 draw controls gave … Continue reading Hartshorn dominates as Maryland eases past Georgetown

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