Maryland Minute - 5.13.13 - Antonio Barton's Visit and Men's Lacrosse Stumble

Future Terp? - Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE

Memphis transfer Antonio Barton apparently had a great visit to Maryland this weekend, the Men's Lacrosse team suffered a very disappointing loss to Cornel, and 2014 football recruiting.

Maryland news wrap: Terps host Antonio Barton for weekend visit
Barton apparently had an amazing visit to Maryland and Don Markus of the Sun said of twitter today that a decision by Barton was close. Put two and two together and hopefully Barton will be a Terp.

Cornell bounces Maryland from men’s NCAA lacrosse tournament - The Washington Post
Just a terrible loss of Maryland at home. Their offense again struggled and Cornell seemed to constantly find an open man in front of the crease. They also beat Maryland on ground balls and seemingly out hustled the Terps. What started off as a very promising season quickly eroded to another disappointing post-season loss. On the bright side, Maryland does have an awesome recruiting class coming in next year...

Maryland Football recruiting: CB Troy Vincent Jr. pushes back decision
Vincnent has long been considered a PSU lean, so pushing back his decision as Maryland tries to get the Gilman product on campus might be a good thing.

Mass. RB Johnathan Thomas talks about his Maryland commitment -
Nice piece on new RB commit Johnathan Thomas and how he ended up at Maryland.

Maryland women’s lacrosse breaks past Stony Brook in NCAA tournament - The Washington Post
Well, at least the Women's Lacrosse team won, defeating Stony Brook, who'd given them problems in the past, 11-3, in the second round of the NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament.

Maryland Terps Men's Soccer announces 2013 schedule
Tough schedule, including starting on the road vs. Stanford and Cal. Nice to open at home vs. Duke on Sept 6. though.

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