Maryland senior gymnast Audrey Barber became the fifth-highest career scorer in program history after her performance against Rutgers Saturday. With an all-around score of 39.150, Barber rose her career scoring mark to 1800.80, passing Brandi George for fifth all-time. In her career, Barber has competed in the all-around 37 times.
With nine regular season meets remaining, Barber would only have to average an all-around score of 26.480 to break Rachel Martinez’s program record of 2039.100 career points. She has consistently been rising in Maryland gymnastics’ record books, breaking the freshman record with an uneven bars score of 9.925 and setting the program record with an uneven bars score of 9.950 as a junior in 2020.
A native of Temple Hills, Maryland, Barber has twice been named to the All-Big Ten first team and once named to the second team. She has also qualified for an NCAA regional three times in her career. According to a release from May, when Barber opted to return for a fifth and final season in 2022, head coach Brett Nelligan said “Audrey has already accomplished so much in her gymnastics career and now she has a chance to cement herself as one of the all time greats in Maryland Gymnastics history.”
Barber and the Terrapins will host No. 7 Minnesota on Sunday, January 30 at noon. They will look for their first Big Ten victory, defeating Pitt and Long Island before falling to Rutgers in their conference opener.
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Save the date for our 7v7 play days! pic.twitter.com/3Hfyf1sK5J— Maryland Field Hockey (@TerpsFH) January 26, 2022
Check out the full highlights from Maryland men’s basketball’s win at Rutgers Tuesday night.
Our most threes of the year.— Maryland Men’s Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) January 26, 2022
The full highlights of a big road dub. pic.twitter.com/OrRpLmxOaE
We thrived on both ends last night.— Maryland Men’s Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) January 26, 2022
Big time effort on the road. pic.twitter.com/RKgTop0NOw
Watch the highlights from Maryland gymnastics’ Saturday meet against Rutgers.
Season-high, Pride, and being at home. Nothing like it.— Maryland Gymnastics (@TerpsGymnastics) January 26, 2022
Your Rutgers recap ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/l0dUHOY36g
Maryland men’s and women’s golf went in front of the camera ahead of their spring seasons.
Maryland men’s lacrosse released season ticket packages for the 2022 season. The No. 2 ranked Terrapins kick off their season on Feb. 5 when they host High Point.
Maryland women’s lacrosse shared its second episode of “Thumbs Up!”
Don't guess the wrong word ⛔️— Maryland Women's Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) January 26, 2022
Aiden Peduzzi and Emily Sterling join Maddie and Chrissy to play Danger Word! pic.twitter.com/uFdQyGCYR3
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On Jan. 26, 2020 Jalen Smith put the team on his back and led the Terps to a victory at Indiana with 29 points and 11 rebounds.
1/26/20: Stix owned Assembly Hall— Maryland Men’s Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) January 26, 2022
A great Terp. pic.twitter.com/QKrwFNsyMJ
The Terps community wished former Maryland and Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith a happy birthday.