With the 2-1 win, the Terps now match their win total from the entire 2016 season.
Markquese Bell and Alex Woods will both be suspended and unable to practice for violating the athletic department code-of-conduct.
Maryland comes into the opening matchup ranked No. 6 in the nation, two spots down from their No. 4 ranking during last year’s opener at UCLA.
This weekend the Maryland Terrapins women’s soccer team will have a chance to both tie and surpass their win total from the entire 2016 season.
Kaila Charles is now 18-for-24 from the field in the three games so far in Taipei, racking up 47 points and 23 rebounds in that time.
On paper, Maryland’s matchup with Uganda was lopsided. On the court, the margin of victory was even larger.
Maryland Forward Gordon Wild scored 17 goals in all of 2016. He scored three Saturday night.
Returning sophomore Tyrell Pigrome and freshman Kasim Hill, both took snaps with the first-team offense during Saturday’s scrimmage and at Friday’s practice, which was open to the media.
Freshmen Mikayla Dayes and Hope Lewandowski flashed the potential to turn around what was a stormy 2016 season for Maryland women’s soccer.
Maryland football picked up its second tight end commit from Georgia Friday afternoon in three-star tight end Chigoziem Okonkwo
Despite towering over most high school freshman, Bresee has only continued growing. Now going into his sophomore year, he is 6-foot-5 and weighs 255 pounds.
For years, the University of Maryland has buzzing about turning Cole Field House into a new football practice facility. Today, that idea finally came to fruition as phase one of the Cole Field House Performance Center was officially unveiled.
When Tyler Baylor announced his commitment to the University of Maryland, he added to what was already a momentous day for the Terps.
Maryland football received great news on Tuesday morning when three-star wide receiver Darryl Jones committed to the Terps. pic.twitter.com/JM7oqNmL4B — D.Jones™ (@_DarrylJones) August 1, 2017 Read More
Fresh off a visit to Maryland on Thursday, former Florida State cornerback Marcus Lewis decided Maryland was the place for him.