For the 25th consecutive season, Maryland field hockey will be competing in the NCAA Tournament.
The Terps will travel to Charlottesville, Virginia, to play No. 13 Saint Joseph’s in its first game of the NCAA Tournament. Last season, Maryland the No. 2 overall seed in the tourney, but this year it will be the first time since 2017 that it will not be a host team.
Despite owning a 16-3 record, Maryland was shut out by Penn State, 1-0 in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament this past weekend, which affected its NCAA seeding.
The Terps are in the same group as No. 3 Virginia, Delaware and Saint Joseph’s. The three other hosts teams in the tournament are No. 1 North Carolina, No. 2 UConn and No. 4 Louisville.
Maryland’s game will be on Friday at 2:30 against the Hawks. Saint Joseph’s is 17-3, including a perfect 8-0 record in the Atlantic-10 conference and won the conference tournament. The Hawks also have the nation’s best offense, averaging four goals per game this season.
In other news
No. 7 Maryland men’s basketball picked up its second victory on Saturday, beating Rhode Island 73-55.
Here are our biggest takeaways from the Terps’ performance.
And Morgan has the recap from Saturday night’s Terp victory.
No. 7 Maryland men’s basketball is 2-0 on the season after overcoming a tough Rhode Island squad, 73-55.— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) November 10, 2019
@morganweaver_ has the recap from Saturday night at Xfinity Center. pic.twitter.com/sg9x812sCa
Get a glimpse into where No. 7 Maryland men’s basketball’s heart comes from. (Hint: it comes from the South Pole.)
Maryland football suffered its fifth consecutive loss this weekend. The Terps lost 73-14 to No. 1 Ohio State.
During the game, Maryland football suffered a decommitment from three-star offensive lineman Jordan White.
Sarah was in Columbus for the football game. Check out some of her best photos.
No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball’s offense sputtered Sunday, leading to a 63-54 upset by No. 8 South Carolina.
No. 23 Maryland men’s soccer is advancing to the Big Ten semifinals after beating Northwestern 1-0. The Terps will now host Indiana this upcoming Friday.
No. 1 seed Maryland field hockey was eliminated from the Big Ten tournament on Friday with a 1-0 loss to No. 5 seed Penn State.
Matt, Jordan and Lila sit down in our latest Terps in the Pros Podcast to discuss some Maryland alum in the NFL and how former Terps are faring in the NBA.
Former Terp Kevin Huerter had an impressive weekend in the NBA, scoring 17 points, along with four assists and three rebounds on Friday night, and then notching 15 points, five rebounds and two assists on Sunday night.
.@KevinHuerter was in his groove tonight, scoring a season-high 17 points, along with 4 assists and 3 rebounds.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) November 9, 2019
He had his best shooting night of the year too, making 60% of his shots from the floor and over 57% behind the arc. #HeATerp pic.twitter.com/VtoOgOT43J
And Jake Layman had a huge block for the Timberwolves on Sunday.
Some former Terps in the NFL also had big plays on Sunday.
Maryland football lost some key recruits this past week, but made the top-five of another.
Maryland football has made the top five for three-star Class of 2020 defensive tackle Montra Edwards Jr.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) November 10, 2019
The Mississippi prospect will sign in the early period on Dec. 20 and will decide between:
No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball is looking at the big picture after losing to No. 8 South Carolina on Sunday.
And some special former players were in attendance at the game, including some members of the 2019 WNBA Champion Washington Mystics.
Maryland men’s lacrosse continued with #AlumniFriday.
Maryland wrestling performed well at its open tournament this weekend.