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More on Kevin Huerter's commitment to Maryland

Huerter becomes the second commit for next year's class. Elsewhere across the Maryland sports landscape, men's soccer lost for the first time this season.

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Vote on the Testudo Times Terp of the Week - Testudo Times
Who had the best week in Maryland athletics? You decide!

Men's Basketball

2016 shooting guard Kevin Huerter commits to Maryland basketball - Testudo Times
Maryland grabs another top 100 commit as the 4-star guard commits to the Terrapins following a visit this past weekend.

For Kevin Huerter, Nothing Could Compare to Maryland
Kevin Huerter was resolute in his plan to see all of his options before making a commitment. But during the course of his Maryland trip this weekend, that changed. Here's how.

New York shooting guard Kevin Huerter becomes second high school player to commit to Maryland for 2016 - Baltimore Sun
Kevin Huerter, who last week jumped more than 30 spots to No. 41 in ESPN's most recent ratings, orally committed Monday to Maryland after visiting College Park over the weekend.

Four-Star Guard Brandon Robinson Cancels Maryland Visit
Following news of Kevin Huerter's commitment, four-star combo guard Brandon Robinson told that he will no longer take an official visit to Maryland.

Maryland trending in Crystal Ball for Wenyen Gabriel
The Terps are heating up for the 6'9'' five-star forward.


Hills grinds his way back to Terps starting job - Baltimore Sun
Hills looks to lead the Terps again after his 2012 season was cut short by an ACL tear.

Men's Soccer

Maryland Men's Soccer: Terps fall to Akron 3-2 - Testudo Times
Maryland Men's Soccer suffered their first loss of the season, a 3-2 defeat to the Akron Zips.

Field Hockey

Maryland field hockey losing streak moves to two with OT loss at Duke - The Diamondback : Sports
The Terrapins field hockey team participated in the Big Ten/ACC Cup to test itself against some of the top programs in the nation