Terps 42 – Cavaliers 14
In their home opener against Towson, the Terps again showed much promise behind star quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa and a strong defense for the 38-6 blowout victory.
Bears 1 – Terps 0
The Maryland men’s lacrosse team were unable to stop the Black Knights, losing in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Terps 5 – Wolverines 14
Terps 14 – Blue Jays 9
In the University of Maryland’s annual Red-White Spring Game, fans were treated to a tight affair, ending with the Red team squeaking away with a 20-19 victory.
Red 20 – White 19
The Blue Jays earned a 12-11 victory over the Terps, winning a share of the Big Ten regular season title.
The Maryland men’s lacrosse team earn a 13-10 victory against Penn State to open Big Ten Conference play.
Diamond Miller scored a game-high 24 points as the No. 2 seed Terps defeated No. 7 Arizona 77-64 in the second round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.
Photos from No. 2 Maryland’s win over No. 7 Arizona in the second round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.
Terps 93 – Crusaders 61
In No. 2 seed Maryland’s opening round game against No. 15 Holy Cross Friday afternoon, the Terrapins came out strong and ensured their season would last at least one more game, routing the Crusaders 93-61.
Team Press Conferences
The Maryland women’s basketball team draws a No. 2 seed for the NCAA tournament. However, they have stiff competition awaiting in the later rounds.
Terps 75 – Wildcats 59
The No. 7 Terrapins earn a 96-68 blowout over No. 6 Iowa just before the Big Ten Tournament.
Terps 96 – Hawkeyes 68
Montgomery County native Abby Meyers is making up for lost time, helping the Terrapins edge closer to its national championship aspirations.
Jahmir Young scored a team-high 20 points as Maryland shocked Purdue 68-54 in front of a sellout crowd at Xfinity Center.
Terps 74 – Nittany Lions 68
The No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball team defeated Illinois on Senior Day.
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Just five weeks before Selection Sunday, the Maryland women’s basketball team made an emphatic statement blowing out Ohio State 90-54 in front of 11,167 spectators at the Xfinity Center.
Terps 90 – Buckeyes 54
No. 8 Maryland dominated Penn State to earn an 87-66 win in Big Ten Conference play.
The No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball team earned a 72-64 victory over No. 13 Michigan.
Terps 87 – Nitttany Lions 66
Jahmir Young scored 22 points as the Maryland men’s basketball team earned a dominant 73-55 victory over Wisconsin.
Terps 82 – Cornhuskers 63
Terps 72 – Wolverines 64
Maryland stepped up against their Big Ten foes at home, earning a 64-58 victory over the Wolverines.
Terps 80 – Scarlet Knights 56
No. 9 Maryland generated extra possessions for more scoring chances en route to an 80-56 win over Rutgers Sunday afternoon.
No.6 Indiana forced No. 9 Maryland into tough shots all game long and kept the visitors off the scoresheet for extended periods of time at key moments to win 68-61 Thursday night.
Terps 80 -73
No. 14 Maryland holds off Michigan State for a 94-85 victory in women’s basketball action.
Terps 94 – Spartans 85
Terps 80 – Retrievers 64
Terps 75 – Peacocks 45
Terps 85 – Huskies 78
No. 20 Maryland hang on for an 85-78 win Sunday afternoon, earning its first win over UConn in program history.
The No. 20 Maryland women’s basketball team could not keep up with Nebraska’s lights-out shooting as the Terrapins fell in their conference opener 90-67 Sunday.
Jaz Shelley scored 29 points, including six 3-pointers, as Nebraska defeated No. 20 Maryland 90-67 on Sunday afternoon in the Terrapins’ Big Ten opener.
Terps 95 – Eagles 79
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