Pitching coach Tori Tyson and junior Sydney Golden worked together for two years at California State University, Fullerton before coming to Maryland.
The Maryland softball team (18-33, 7-13 Big Ten) will look to end its six-game losing streak when it closes out its regular season by hosting Michigan State (21-25, 7-11) for three games this weekend.
The Maryland softball team (18-33, 7-13 Big Ten) dropped three games against Ohio State (32-11, 13-6) over the weekend in their second-to-last series of the season.
The Maryland softball team (18-27, 7-7 Big Ten) swept Rutgers (17-23, 2-9) in its doubleheader Tuesday, earning a close win in Game One before mounting a thrilling come-from-behind victory in Game 2.
The Maryland softball team (16-24, 5-4 Big Ten) hosts Indiana (15-24, 7-2) in their fourth conference series of the season.
The Maryland softball team (15-23, 5-4 Big Ten) was dealt its first sweep in conference play this season when it dropped the Sunday finale to Illinois (25-13, 6-4) by a 20-2 score.
The Maryland softball team (15-21, 5-2 Big Ten) could not solve Illinois’s prodigious offense Friday afternoon, dropping the first game of the three-game series by an 11-0 score.
The Maryland softball team (15-20, 5-1 Big Ten) dispatched Iowa (15-17, 1-4) by a 1-0 score in the series finale Sunday to win its fifth straight and complete its first series sweep since 2015.
The Maryland softball team (12-20, Big Ten 2-1) surpassed last season’s win total with a 4-3 win over Penn State (4-20, 1-2) Sunday. After splitting a pair of games Saturday, the victory in the rubber match handed the Terps their second consecutive winning weekend and a 2-1 start to Big Ten play.
The Maryland softball team (10-19) begins Big Ten play this weekend after opening the season with six non-conference tournaments. First up are the Penn State Nittany Lions, which the Terps will take on at State College on Saturday and Sunday.
The Maryland softball team (10-19) clinched a 7-6 victory over Hawai’i Sunday to cap off the Rainbow Wahine Classic. With the win, the Terps secured their first winning weekend — in their final non-conference tournament of the season.
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.
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.