Maryland volleyball middle blocker Rainelle Jones collected her 500th career block against Rutgers on Sunday.
In the Terps’ sweep of the Scarlet Knights, Jones recorded five blocks and her 500th came in the second set.
Jones now has a total of 144 blocks on the season which leads the team by 40. The 6-foot-3 senior has also recorded 157 kills which is third on the Terps’ roster behind Maryland’s outside hitter duo of Sam Csire and Paula Neciporuka.
The Terps are now 18-6 and will look to win their second in a row as they take on Purdue Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. in College Park, Maryland.
In other news
Sam Oshtry shared his takeaways from Maryland football’s win over Indiana.
Austin Zuckerman recapped what went on with Big Ten football teams this weekend.
Joseph Lotano was at No. 7 Maryland men’s soccer regular-season finale win over No. 22 Indiana.
Colin McNamara covered Maryland volleyball’s three-set sweep over Rutgers.
Damon Brooks Jr. wrote about Maryland field hockey’s Belle Bressler’s superstitions.
Maryland men’s soccer shared the emotion behind Ryan Blumberg’s goal against Indiana.
Ryan Blumberg has been out from injury for two years.— Maryland Men’s Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) October 31, 2021
He scores on his first career start. His second career appearance. On senior day.
That emotion pic.twitter.com/2CJqZclp7W
Sam Oshtry shared updates from Maryland men’s basketball open practice.
Another observation: This team has a ton of great penetrators who can get downhill and into the lane. Forces the defense to help which will create open shooters on the perimeter. Maryland struggled with this last year.— Sam Oshtry (@soshtry) October 31, 2021
Maryland women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese celebrated Halloween at open practice.
Happy Halloween from Coach BEEEEE !— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@TerpsWBB) October 31, 2021
Started off today's open practice with a BUZZ! pic.twitter.com/sbcFfhEZAT
Maryland women’s and men’s basketball shared some highlights from the day