The Maryland women’s lacrosse team announced the program’s upcoming 2021 Fall Ball schedule earlier on Tuesday.
The Terps will open up with a triple-header against Towson, Navy, and James Madison University on Sept. 26 starting at 10 a.m. After that Sunday slate, Maryland will then travel to Loyola to face the Greyhounds, Denver and the University of Pennsylvania on Oct. 10 in a second triple-header.
Maryland’s third triple-header day will come on Oct. 16, when the Terps will visit the Naval Academy to take on long-time rival Duke, East Carolina, and Ohio State. The Terps’ last triple-header of the fall schedule will come against Georgetown, Saint Joe’s and Virginia in College Park on Oct. 24.
The Terps are coming off a great season, finishing ranked as the No. 9 team in the nation. Maryland was the runner-up in the 2021 Big Ten Championship, losing to the undefeated Northwestern Wildcats, 17-12. Maryland will be led by Hannah Leubecker, who led the team in goals last year as a freshman and senior Catie May, who led the team in assists.
The other news
No. 9 Maryland field hockey edged out a tight 4-3 win over No. 18 Princeton on Tuesday.
Matt Levine recapped what Terps in the NFL were up to this week.
Lauren Rosh took a look at Maryland football’s wide receiver corps.
Maryland football announced the program’s captains for the upcoming game against Kent State.
Leading us against Kent State— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) September 21, 2021
Week 4 Captains: @KennethBennett_, @Jb00gie18, @Carlos7__. pic.twitter.com/QNztI39tJ6
Maryland football junior quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa has been graded as one of the top collegiate quarterbacks through the first three weeks of football, as ranked by PFF College.
Highest-graded QBs in College Football pic.twitter.com/pH6yuIYBsl— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 21, 2021
Maryland men’s soccer shared a video of senior Justin Gielen scoring a game-winner for the program.
Got us a winner, @justingielen.— Maryland Men’s Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) September 21, 2021
Second of the season for the senior. pic.twitter.com/1dHvyZTocb
College basketball insider Jon Rothstein provided some insight on Maryland men’s basketball’s roster for the upcoming season.
Early prediction on Maryland's 21-22 starting five:— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) September 21, 2021
Fatts Russell, Eric Ayala, Hakim Hart, Donta Scott, Qudus Wahab
Several physical transformations at Maryland:— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) September 21, 2021
- Rhode Island transfer Fatts Russell has added 10 pounds of muscle.
- Hakim Hart has noticeably grown and is now a legitimate 6-8.
- Donta Scott is down to 230 pounds. Was 260 a year ago post-quarantine.
Maryland volleyball gets its Big Ten schedule underway with a matchup against Wisconsin on Friday.
Undefeated Nonconference ✅— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) September 22, 2021
Ready for B1G Action pic.twitter.com/cuE7BVH8ap