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 »
On this weeks episode we discuss
-How all the Terps in the NFL are doing
-How all of the Non rev Maryland teams are doing
-The upcoming Maryland UCF game
A Post By Mason Viener
The Fall Maryland sports season has begun. Here is a quick update on how every team is fairing so far in the new year.
The Terps started off strong with a 4-2 victory over Santa Clara and a 2-0 victory of Hofstra their … Read More »
Recent Maryland graduate and women’s lacrosse midfielder Zoe Stukenberg was selected as one of 145 nominees for the NCAA Women of the Year Award.
Conferences and an independent selection committee picked the nominees from a pool of 543 school nominees.
The 2017 Tewaaraton Award recipient, Stukenberg was also named … Read More »
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Author of The Streak, John Eisenberg will open up the show Weds at 6PM to dicuss his fascinating new book on THE STREAK
Recently hired–28 Year Old Head Baseball Coach of the Terps will be on the 3rd segment.
Chris Davis slams 2 HRS along with 6 RBI as O’s … Read More »
Article by Todd Carton
If there were tears in the Boston College women’s lacrosse locker room after their 16-13 loss to the Maryland Terrapins in Sunday’s national championship game, the tears were well and legitimately earned. They were solely because of the outcome and wholly unrelated to their effort. Maryland … Read More »
Sophomore Jen Giles notched a career-high eight points on four goals and four assists to pace No. 1 Maryland to a 20-10 victory over No. 4 Penn State in Friday’s NCAA Semifinals at Gillette Stadium. Freshman Kali Hartshorn and junior Taylor Hensh both … Read More »
Blog from Todd Carton
Because most NCAA Tournaments are single elimination, when people talk about them, the most aptly overused phrase might be “survive and advance.” Though the level of intensity and competition has the opportunity to turn any game into an edge of your seat thriller, this hasn’t often … Read More »
Junior attacker Megan Whittle scored five goals as the No. 1 Maryland women’s lacrosse team (20-0) defeated High Point (16-4) 21-6 Sunday afternoon at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex.