The Maryland baseball team (22-27, 7-11 Big Ten) opened its last home series of the season on a high note, defeating Rutgers (24-21, 7-12) by a 5-2 score to inch closer toward a Big Ten tournament berth.
Needing to make a strong push in its remaining games to stay in the hunt for a postseason berth, the Maryland baseball team (20-25, 6-9) took care of business Friday, exploding for 15 runs against Nebraska (20-23, 4-10) to take the first game of the series.
An excellent performance from Hunter Parsons went to waste as the Maryland baseball team (16-22, 3-7) couldn’t maintain a lead against Purdue (18-16, 6-4), dropping the contest 4-3 in 11 innings.
The Maryland baseball team (12-14, 0-1 Big Ten) dropped its first game of conference play this season, failing to muster anything offensively in a 4-0 loss to Northwestern (8-12, 1-3) on Friday.
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.