Facing the top-ranked rushing defense in the country, the Maryland Terrapins excelled, putting up 262 yards on the ground in their 24-17 win over Minnesota.
After falling behind early 2-0 to Wisconsin it looked as if the Maryland Terrapins women’s soccer team was on their way to another Big Ten defeat; however, a deep goal from freshman Gi Krstec woke up a slumbering Terps’ offense. The team would respond with another goal and record a 2-2 draw against the No. 12 Badgers.
Hill’s injury came late in the first quarter against the Knights when he scrambled to the right after being flushed out of the pocket.
wo goals in the span of four minutes by Northwestern would decide the fate of the Maryland Terrapins women’s soccer team on Sunday as the Terps fell to the Wildcats by a score of 2-0.
If Moore and his fellow receivers are able to successfully get open early in the game, it should open up holes for the Terps explosive ground game to attack.