Jojo Bach, a transfer from the University of Delaware, will join Maryland women’s tennis on the 2021-22 roster, the team recently announced.
The Cowfold, United Kingdom native joins the Terrapins after earning a spot on the All-CAA (Colonial Athletic Association) Second Team in singles and doubles. Bach’s dominant level of play led the Blue Hens to an undefeated regular 2020-21 season and a quarterfinals appearance in the CAA tournament.
Before Delaware, the 5-foot-11 junior was a G1 British Tour Semifinalist and two-time doubles finalist, and a two-time semifinalist in the ITF Juniors in Kenya.
“We’re excited to have Jojo joining us this fall,” Maryland head coach Katie Dougherty said in a press release. “Jojo had a great summer competing and brings two years of experience from Delaware. She’s a great student in the classroom and to the game. Jojo is dedicated to her development and loves to compete. I believe she’ll be a big contributor for us in both singles and doubles.”
In other news
Maryland women’s soccer lost to Wake Forest, 2-0, and Ben Dickson had the coverage.
Maryland field hockey made their third consecutive shutout.
Maryland football defeated Howard Saturday evening, 62-0.
Maryland football received 14 votes in this week’s AP Top 25 poll.
Maryland football received 14 votes in this week's @AP_Top25 poll.— Lauren Rosh (@lauren_rosh) September 12, 2021
No. 4 Iowa
No. 9 Ohio State
No. 10 Penn State
No. 18 Wisconsin
No. 25 Michigan
RV: Michigan State, Indiana, Maryland
Maryland wrestling’s King Sandoval earned a spot on the Greco-Roman national squad.
— Maryland Wrestling (@TerpsWrestling) September 12, 2021
With an 8-0 victory by superiority in the third-place bout, King has secured his spot on the Greco-Roman national squad! #TurtlePower pic.twitter.com/tDNIOrpSXj
Maryland volleyball’s Sydney Dowler, Paula Nciporuke and Laila Ricks earned Charm City Challenge honors.
Presenting your Charm City Challenge All-Tournament Team...— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) September 12, 2021
⚫ MVP Syd Dowler (104 assists, 15 digs, 9 blocks, 7 kills, 3 aces)
First Team Paula Neciporuka (28 kills, 4 aces, 4 blocks)
First Team Laila Ricks (23 kills, 11 blocks) pic.twitter.com/jyFU6hFyC8
The Maryland women’s basketball team attended the Maryland football game Saturday night against Howard.
LETS GOOOOO MARYLAND #FTT x @TerpsFootball pic.twitter.com/9f0KlQIkHW— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@TerpsWBB) September 11, 2021