No. 7 Maryland men’s soccer defender Ryan Blumberg has been awarded the Big Ten Defender of the Week, the program announced on Tuesday.
Blumberg drew his first start against Indiana on Senior Day back on the last day of October and scored his first career goal at the college level. Maryland went on to win the game 2-0 in front of the College Park crowd.
He scored the header off a corner in the 49th minute of the match, and the goal snapped Indiana’s scoreless streak that stretched over 700 straight minutes. After Blumberg scored, he was visibly met with emotion as he was surrounded by his teammates.
Blumberg’s goal helped Maryland win the match to officially secure the No. 2 seed in the Big Ten Tournament.
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Joe wrote a piece earlier on Tuesday about Blumberg and his path to an emotional moment in his career.
Matt wrote about how former Terps performed in the NFL this past weekend.
Ben looked at Maryland women’s basketball’s Ashley Owusu and Diamond Miller and how they are bringing their gold medal pedigrees to the program this season.
No. 7 Maryland men’s soccer midfielder Ben Bender is the first Terp to score in five consecutive games since 2005.
Ben Bender is in ridiculous form.— Maryland Men’s Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) November 2, 2021
He's the first Terp since 2005 to score in 5 straight matches. (Jason Garey) pic.twitter.com/vugWbHQdPU
Maryland volleyball’s Sam Csire had a career-high four aces last weekend against Rutgers.
The Maryland men’s basketball season is now under a week away.
The time Joe Smith dominated Duke:— Maryland Men’s Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) November 2, 2021
Game winning tip in
Moments like this are 7 days away. pic.twitter.com/w6EIav2u2n
Maryland Athletics shared the best photos from October.