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Maryland basketball’s Joshua Tomaic had a rough morning at a Madrid airport

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This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland forward Joshua Tomaic will play his redshirt freshman season for the Terps in 2017-18. He’s already been around the team for a season, but will remain in the area while taking summer classes.

While flying back from Spain, though, Tomaic ran into some issues. Here’s what Maryland assistant coach Dustin Clark had to say Monday.

Clark left us at sort of a cliffhanger here, and Tomaic hasn’t tweeted anything on the subject yet, so we probably haven’t heard the end of this story.

In other news

Let’s just say it was a busy Memorial Day weekend over here.

For months—years, really—we all fantasized about men’s and women’s lacrosse both taking home national titles. That actually happened this weekend. The women beat Boston College on Sunday, and the men took down Ohio State yesterday.

The men snapped a 42-year drought, and finally got to celebrate instead of watching someone else do it.

Here’s Jared on what it meant to finally see the Terps win that elusive championship.

The women, meanwhile, didn’t lose all season. Their 23-0 record exceeds even their own recent accomplishments.

Maryland baseball made the NCAA Tournament field as a No. 3 seed in Wake Forest’s regional.

Five-star 2018 point guard prospect Immanuel Quickley has Maryland in his top four.


Ryan and Matt said their farewells on Friday, so I’m writing this as the captain of the ship. Those guys did incredible things at TT, and they’ll do even more in their next ventures. For the next couple years, my mission is to continue moving TT forward without altering the core of who we are and what we do. It’ll definitely help to be working alongside Jared, Lamar and our whole squad of budding writers. I’m excited for what the future holds, and hope you’ll all keep coming here to be a part of it.