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MM 9.13: Maryland women’s tennis adds transfer Jojo Bach to 2021-22 roster

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

Courtesy of Delaware Athletics

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 wrestling’s King Sandoval earned a spot on the Greco-Roman national squad.

Maryland volleyball’s Sydney Dowler, Paula Nciporuke and Laila Ricks earned Charm City Challenge honors.

The Maryland women’s basketball team attended the Maryland football game Saturday night against Howard.