At halftime of Maryland women’s soccer’s double-overtime 1-0 win over Richmond, the Terps brought out some interesting entertainment.
Testudo took place in a live-action game of whack-a-mole, and the human moles came out victorious.
Moles 1, @Testudo_UMD 0— Maryland W. Soccer (@TerpsWSoccer) September 1, 2017
Just another Thursday night at Ludwig Field pic.twitter.com/PoEavUB3AP
It appears everyone learned from Rickon Stark’s failures and zig-zagged their way to safety. (Also, if you wanted a spoiler alert for that, just wait until you catch up.) It can’t be easy running around it that costume, and by the end Testudo tries to throw the hammer to get anybody and still comes up short.
Testudo might need ask some members of the 4-0-1 women’s soccer team for pointers on how to take a better angle to the target. However, I hear DJ Durkin is recruiting some of the night’s winners to add even more depth behind his “Presidential Backfield.”
In other news
No. 6 men’s soccer will try to extend its winning streak when the Terps take on UCLA in a top-15 matchup at Ludwig Field tonight at 7 p.m.
Chase Gasper is preparing to face his former UCLA in a top-15 matchup just months after, The Washington Post writes, transferring to Maryland to be closer to his family when his dad fell ill.
Thomas, Jared and our former editor Ryan Connors all joined the podcast this week for the football season preview episode.
We brought in Wescott Eberts of Burnt Orange Nation to get to know the Terps’ Week 1 opponent better.
Randy Edsall got his first win as the head coach of UConn, and it’s been a while since the team had to break out the victory formation. The Huskies took a couple warmups in the waning minutes of their 27-20 win over Holy Cross of the FCS.
It's been awhile for UCONN pic.twitter.com/ndQD013k61— Chris Hassel (@Hassel_Chris) September 1, 2017
It’s nice to see the Huskies were able to pull out the win. They weren’t looking so hot after the first half.
Hey let's check in on UConn and Ran—— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) September 1, 2017