Maryland baseball wrapped up its regular season with a win over the weekend, so it’s conference tourney time.
The Big Ten has released the full bracket for the conference tournament, with the Terps as the No. 4 seed. Maryland opens postseason play against No. 5-seed Iowa Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET.
Here's your full Big Ten Baseball Tournament bracket! pic.twitter.com/s6Itboj86I— Big Ten Baseball (@B1Gbaseball) May 20, 2017
The tournament is double-elimination, which is why the bracket looks a little confusing, but the main point is win or lose, the Terps will play against either No. 1 Nebraska or No. 8 Purdue in the second round. Whether they play the winner or the loser of that game depends on whether they win or lose their own game.
Maryland didn’t face Iowa or Purdue this season, and went 1-2 in their series against top-seeded Nebraska. The Terps will play between two and five games this week; they need four wins to take home the tournament title.
In other news
Maryland men’s lacrosse is headed to its fourth straight Final Four, coasting in on the back of a 18-9 blowout of Albany.
The women’s lacrosse team needed a comeback win to beat Stony Brook 13-12 Saturday, but has now extended its streak of Final Four appearances to nine.
RT if your school just sent two lacrosse teams to the Final Four *again*— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) May 21, 2017
Football picked up its sixth commit for the 2018 recruiting cycle, and 6’6 tight end Maleak Bryant has all the makings of a potential red zone threat.
Maryland basketball will host Butler for the third annual Gavitt Games, after facing Georgetown in the first two.
Alex Murphy, one of our writers, ended up on the small screen yesterday after missing out on a ball at a Twins-Royals game. Smile, Alex — you’re on TV.
.@Alex_MurphyUMD has gone viral. pic.twitter.com/kyX8gtfbjk— Ryan Homler (@RHomler) May 21, 2017
Finally, a shout out to all the 2017 Maryland grads, including our own Ryan Connors and Greg Goldstein. Now it’s time to relax and enjoy the summer.
Congratulations #UMD Class of 2017! #UMDgrad pic.twitter.com/9uIrgu9kKD— Univ. of Maryland (@UofMaryland) May 21, 2017