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Maryland women’s cross country set for Paul Short Run

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

Courtesy of Maryland Athletics

Maryland cross country is traveling to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania for the Paul Short Run set to take place on Oct. 1 at 9:30 a.m.

The Terps have had a strong showing thus far in their first two meets of the season. The team opened the season with a second-place finish at the Mount St. Mary’s 5k duals. Maryland freshmen Katie Altieri and Allison Colflesh earned eighth and 11th place finishes, respectively.

Maryland then moved on to the Virginia Invitational in Earlysville, Virginia where once again, the Terps saw success this time in the form of a sixth-place finish. Altieri had another strong performance finishing 16th in her race while senior Sarah Daniels finished 19th.

Now, Daniels along with Juniors Anna Coffin and Samantha Facius, sophomores Katie Ericson, Kirstin Nichols and Sophia Zell as well as freshmen Emma Pegg, Katie Turk, Katerina Talanova and Colflesh will travel to Lehigh to look to build on their momentum.

In other news

Sam Oshtry previewed Maryland football’s Friday night matchup with No. 5 Iowa.

Dylan Spilko wrote about how Maryland football running back Tayon Fleet-Davis’ production compares to the Terps’ star backs of the recent past.

Sam Oshtry also wrote about what “The Standard” means for Maryland football.

Maryland volleyball had back-to-back top 10 attendance totals at home in its last two matches against Wisconsin and Penn State.

Maryland football shouted out former Terps D.J. Moore, Darnell Savage Jr. and Quinton Jefferson for performing well in the NFL for their respective teams.

Maryland women's basketball got in a practice as it prepares for the 2021-22 season.

Maryland men's soccer praised goalie Niklas Neumann after he surrendered just one goal in the team’s last two games.