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MM 10.13: Maryland volleyball’s Sam Csire reaches two milestones

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

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Maryland volleyball outside hitter Sam Csire hit two career milestones this past weekend as the sophomore reached over 200 kills on the 2021 season and over 300 kills in her collegiate career.

Csire has had an excellent season so far for a Maryland team that has 14 wins in its first 18 games. She now has 212 kills this season, which leads the team, in 63 sets of play. Csire has started in every match for Maryland this season and has been an integral part of the program’s success. Her season-high in kills (26) in a single game came against Temple back on Sept. 3.

Csire has been in the Terps’ program since the 2020-21 season when she played in 14 matches and had seven starts. She was limited during her freshman season due to an injury, but Csire has since bounced back in a big way on the court.

She has developed into a formidable outside hitter for head coach Adam Hughes, and earlier this season, Csire was named the 2021 Maryland Invite MVP.

In other news

No. 12 Maryland men’s soccer defeated Delaware in overtime.

Lauren Rosh shared three takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball media day.

Matt Levine recapped what went on with Terps in the NFL this week.

Maryland women’s basketball is focused on the upcoming season.

Maryland women’s field hockey star Hope Rose earned Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors.

Maryland men’s basketball shared some footage from its media day.

Maryland men’s basketball officially signed Ben Snyder thanks to Team IMPACT.

Maryland baseball is holding walk-on tryouts.