Maryland women’s tennis officially released its schedule for the fall, the team recently announced.
The Terps will kick off their season later this month in New York and they will compete in the Columbia Invitational from Sept. 17-19. The team returns to College Park the following week to host the tenth annual Bedford Cup, which will take place in late September. The squad will then partake in the ITA Regionals in Annapolis from Oct. 1-4.
Maryland returns to Annapolis a few days later for the Blue and Gold Invite from Oct. 8-10. The program will round out its October slate at the ITA Regionals in Charlottesville, Va., from Oct. 22-25.
The Terps will conclude their fall season Nov. 4-7 at the ITA Fall Nationals in San Diego.
“We’re excited to get going this fall and fortunate to be back competing,” Maryland head coach Katie Dougherty said in a press release. “The fall is an important time for us to improve and we’ve got multiple opportunities to compete within that time frame to assess our growth and continually evaluate how we’re approaching different aspects of development. The team has been working hard out of the gate and I’m excited to see where we are and where we’ll be in November.”
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This man Taulia on Saturday— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) September 5, 2021
3 TDs pic.twitter.com/la14v6Ktal
Maryland football head coach Michael Locksley applauded fans for the support on Saturday during the season opener.
Wanted to give a special shout-out to Terp Nation for SHOWING OUT yesterday. We couldn’t do what we do without you! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/XnmGMYYmip— Michael Locksley (@CoachLocks) September 5, 2021
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