Maryland women’s basketball had its second straight matchup canceled Monday night after a member of the Mount St. Mary’s program tested positive for the coronavirus. The Terps were scheduled to play The Mountaineers at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday.
The Terps also had their game against Coppin State for this past Saturday wiped off the slate. The team will have to wait an entire week to play its next opponent, Rutgers, on the road in its Big Ten opener on Dec. 14.
Maryland stayed at No. 14 in the latest Associated Press Top-25 poll, remaining the top-ranked team in the Big Ten. Other conference members in the poll include No. 15 Indiana, No. 17 Northwestern, No. 18 Ohio State, and No. 19 Michigan.
In other news
Dylan recapped an eventful (and Terp-less) weekend of Big Ten football.
Maryland athletics shared their sentiments on the late, great quarterback Jack Scarbath.
Maryland Mourns the Passing of College Football Hall of Famer Jack Scarbath.— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) December 7, 2020
A first-team All-American and Heisman Trophy runner up, Scarbath was one of the best to ever wear a Terrapin uniform. https://t.co/Vr9Y8xm13X
Maryland men’s basketball continued to receive votes in the AP Top 25 Poll.
Maryland men's basketball received two votes in this week's AP Poll.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) December 7, 2020
The Terps slot in at 39th in the AP.
Maryland faces its toughest nonconference opponent Wednesday, as the team travels to face Clemson. The Tigers received seven AP votes this week.
NCAA Lacrosse shared how the Maryland women’s lacrosse team is fighting discrimination.
Members of the @MarylandWLax turned their summer book club into "Smart Terps", an online resource filled with information, books, and movie recommendations focused on racial injustice: https://t.co/caDTlF5Pzk pic.twitter.com/kApX1NpLbY— NCAA Lacrosse (@NCAALAX) December 7, 2020
Star Maryland basketball guard Darryl Morsell broke down his social justice word choice.
Maryland women’s basketball guard Diamond Miller received Big Ten honors after her huge performance.
Maryland soccer cheered on their alumni in the MLS Cup Playoffs.
Dec. 7, 2018: Chase and Dayne advanced to the College Cup Final— Maryland Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) December 7, 2020
Dec. 7, 2020: Chase and Dayne try to advance to MLS Cup.
Good luck tonight, boys. pic.twitter.com/21D5L4sYJ8
Maryland men’s lacrosse shared some shots of seniors Eric Holden and Griffin Brown.
Maryland gymnastics posted a silly shot from practice.