Under the lights at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium, the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins men’s lacrosse team was fired up to test its talents against their most dominant opponent in 2019: The No. 1 Penn State Nittany Lions.
If there were a mercy rule in college baseball, Saturday’s so-called “game” would have been called by the fifth inning. The Maryland Terrapins – as well as their home students and fans – were not so fortunate, and were made to suffer one of the most embarrassing days in the history of the baseball program – a 20-5 shellacking at the hands of the Indiana Hoosiers.
Though the Creighton Blue Jays seemingly did their very best to try and throw the game away in the bottom of the ninth, it wasn’t enough for the Maryland Terrapins to snap their home losing streak. With their nail-biting 8-6 win Sunday afternoon at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium, Creighton completed a weekend sweep of the Terrapins, whose once-promising season has hit a serious snag with their sixth loss in eight games – all coming at home.
The Maryland Men’s lacrosse team, following a promotion to No. 4 in the country, faced an important non-conference matchup against the No. 19 North Carolina Tar Heels
Three home runs in the first two innings proved too much to overcome, as the Maryland Terrapins fell 3-2 to the Creighton Blue Jays in the first of a three-game set Friday night.
Two days removed from suffering a demoralizing no-hitter at the hands of East Carolina, the Maryland Terrapins’ bats finally came to life Tuesday afternoon. Riding dominant performances from Caleb Walls and A.J. Lee, as well as Maryland cruised to an 11-4 win over Elon in the first of a three-game set. In total, Elon used seven pitchers during the game, but not one had an answer for either Caleb Walls or A.J. Lee, who both put on career performances against the Phoenix.
The Terps are headed to Jacksonville as a 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Another day, another frustrating outing for the Maryland Terrapins. Despite a decent outing from Zach Thompson, runs were once again hard to come by, as the Terps dropped a second game to the East Carolina Pirates, 2-1 at home.
The Eastern Carolina Pirates flexed their muscle Friday night at Bob “Turtle Smith” Stadium against the Maryland Terrapins. Showing why the pollsters ranked them as the 17th-best in the nation, they overpowered Terrapins starter Hunter Parsons for six early runs and coasted to a 9-0 win in the first of a three-game set.
Senior Night festivities were in full effect Friday night for the Maryland men’s basketball team’s two seniors, guard Andrew Terrell and forward Ivan Bender.