Maryland gymnastics picked up its fourth consecutive event title with a score of 197.025 in the Terp Quad at the Xfinity Center on Sunday. Maryland defeated George Washington, Penn and Bridgeport who posted scores of 196.325, 196.225 and 188.475, respectively.
The Terps honored four seniors ahead of the meet: Leksana Andrews, Audrey Barber, Sanya Glauber and Alexsis Rubio. Barber and Rubio celebrated their senior day by winning their respective events.
Barber posted a 9.875 on beam as well as a 9.950 on floor and a 39.575 on all-around, winning those three events. Sophomore Emma Silberman also scored a 9.875 on beam in addition to leading the way on bars with a 9.950. Rubio posted the highest score on vault with a 9.900.
The Terps will enter the Big Ten championships set for March 19 with a 17-7 record most recently having defeated 12 consecutive teams over the course of the last four events.
In other news
Colin McNamara covered No. 24 Maryland baseball’s win over Cornell.
Joe Lotano shared his article on No. 4 Maryland women’s lacrosse’s win against Villanova.
Ben Dickson wrote about Maryland women’s basketball earning a 4-seed ahead of the NCAA Tournament.
No. 1 Maryland men’s lacrosse shared a few photos and highlights from the team’s win over Albany.
Aurora Cordingley recorded 11 points in No. 4 Maryland women’s lacrosse’s victory yesterday.
Aurora Cordingley: Only the sixth Terp EVER to have an 11 point game pic.twitter.com/5qa4RruWJy— Maryland Women's Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) March 13, 2022
Former Maryland basketball players Aaron Wiggins and Bruno Fernando both had solid games this week in the NBA for their respective teams.
Career games this week for our guys!— Maryland Men’s Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) March 12, 2022
Wiggs: 25 PTS, 9 REBS, 5 AST, 5-8 3FG
Bruno: 16 PTS, 11 REBS, 2 BLK, 8-8 FG pic.twitter.com/0gGLBbe8MI
Maryland volleyball wished a happy birthday to Rainelle Jones.
Wishing a WONDERFUL birthday to the incredible Rainelle Jones! Have a great weekend pic.twitter.com/NyRflwTwSI— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) March 13, 2022
Maryland women’s basketball’s Katie Benzan shared a letter ahead of the NCAA Tournament.