The Terps split their first two games in the Rainbow Wahine Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii, their final non-conference tournament of the season. After dropping the opener to Tennessee, 7-1, Maryland earned a 5-4 victory against Cleveland State.
With the start of a new season, there is always an adjustment period. Getting used to new teammates, new coaches — or even a new school — takes time. The Maryland softball team is no different.
The Terps’ offensive woes continued at the Maryland Invitational as the team dropped its two Friday games by identical 2-0 scores to Miami (OH) University and Jacksonville University.
The Maryland softball team will play in College Park for the first time this season when it hosts the Maryland Invitational this weekend.
A six-run eighth inning propelled Maryland baseball to an 11-4 victory Friday afternoon over Radford in the first game of the Coastal Carolina Tournament.
Maryland started the weekend out strong at the Aquafina Invitational — beating Iowa State, 9-5, in their first game on Friday — before losses to Georgia Southern, Illinois State and two to No. 1 Florida pushed the Terps’ record to 3-11 on the season.
After dropping four of their first five games last weekend, the Terps hope to regain momentum at the Auburn Invitational in Alabama.