The Terps started at No. 4 in the preseason poll, but moved down four sports after suffering their first loss of the season.
The Gamecocks rose to the No. 6 spot in this week’s poll, with Oregon State, UConn and Texas A&M each leapfrogging the Terps in the rankings as well.
Maryland’s road continues with a road matchup with James Madison this Wednesday at 7 p.m., before returning to the Xfinity Center for three straight games against Delaware, George Washington and Quinnipiac.
In other news
We introduced a new series Monday: TT court vision. After each Maryland men's basketball game, Jordan will break down film and give input on the plays that stood out the most to him from the contest. Check out the first edition, looking at the Terps’ victory over Rhode Island here.
Maryland volleyball dropped a pair of top-10 matches this weekend, losing to No. 6 Minnesota and No. 4 Wisconsin.
We take a look at the Big Ten football landscape in Week 11 with our weekend recap.
Here’s four takeaways from Maryland women’s basketball 63-54 loss to South Carolina.
Andy Katz released his Power 36 on Monday afternoon, with the Terps checking in at No. 5.
New Power 36 from @TheAndyKatz— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) November 11, 2019
3. Michigan State
7. North Carolina
8. Texas Tech
9. Seton Hall
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Sophomore forward Jalen Smith was also in the news on Monday, earning a spot on Katz’s five Big Ten Players of the Week for the first week of the season.
Game-time for Maryland football’s senior day game against Nebraska has been set for 3:30 p.m., and will be televised on BTN.
Former Maryland forward Jake Layman had a solid night for the Minnesota Timberwolves, dropping 16 points while making a few highlight plays along the way.
Class of 2021 point guard Zion Harmon was in College Park for an official visit this weekend. A Kentucky-native, Harmon is a 4-star recruit per 247 and is also being pursued by Kansas, Louisville and LSU.
The men’s soccer took care of business on the road this weekend, taking down Northwestern to advance to the Big Ten tournament semi-finals. Check out highlights from the match.
Maryland volleyball will be in Bloomington this Friday as they take Indiana in its second of two matchups with the Hoosiers this season. The Terps came out victorious last time in College Park, but will be looking to break a five-game losing streak coming into this one.
Previously on Maryland vs. Indiana...— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) November 11, 2019
Next episode this Friday in Bloomington pic.twitter.com/3pLQFMeIqw
It was Veteran’s Day on Monday, and many of Maryland’s athletics programs honored their veteran employees on social media.