Maryland tops Rutgers 34-7…not bad
Just some Quick Updates On Maryland Athletics
Maryland Football now ranked 44th in AP poll with 6 votes (Texas ranked 18th)
Football will play on ABC @Michigan 12 pm on Oct. 6th
PG County state’s attorney could press charges after Jordan McNair report (more on this with Rick Jaklitsch on … Read More »
From the: save UMD Golf Course page on Facebook.
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On July 24, 2018, the University of Maryland administration, represented by the VP for Student Affairs, Dr. Linda Clement, and the VP for Administration and Finance, Mr. … Read More »
Damon Evans is introduced as the new Maryland athletic director by: University President Wallace Loh, James Clark School of Engineering Dean Darryll Pines and Field hockey coach Missy Meharg.
Maryland has hired Damon Evans as AD:
From a previous Terptalk Post- Damon Evans: Like John Currie, Evans was in charge of one of the largest athletic departments in the SEC:
Director of Compliance and Operations at Missouri (1994-95)
• Assistant Commissioner of the SEC (1995-98)
• … Read More »
Maryland has narrowed down the Athletic Director (AD) search to 3 finalists according to a report early this morning from Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun.
Hearing that Maryland will be interviewing three finalists – Temple AD Patrick Kraft, former Tennessee AD John Currie and acting Terp AD … Read More »
Terp golfer, Fred Funk along with honoree Bruce Posner –
Sophomore guard Kaila Charles led the game with 29 points and 12 rebound but the No. 15 Maryland women’s basketball team (2-2) was unable to overcome top-ranked UConn (3-0) in a 97-72 contest Sunday afternoon.
“UConn is a really veteran, experience team, and it showed tonight, especially in … Read More »
The ninth-ranked Maryland field hockey team (16-7) controlled much of the NCAA championship game vs. No. 1 Connecticut (23-0), but a late goal by the Huskies was the difference in the 2-1 loss for the Terps.
“I couldn’t be more proud of the Maryland women and our coaching staff,” head … Read More »