After revealing its 2022 Big Ten schedule nearly a month ago, Maryland volleyball announced its non-conference schedule on July 11.
Head coach Adam Hughes has been at the helm of the program since 2018 and took the Terps to new heights last season. Maryland’s 19 wins in 2021 marked the most since 2010, which included a perfect 13-0 start.
The Terps will kick-start the season at the XFINITY Center Pavilion where they will host the Maryland Invite. Their opponents include Navy and Rhode Island on Aug. 26 and Florida Gulf Coast on Aug. 27.
Hughes’ team will then travel to Stony Brook, New York, to take on Georgetown, Stony Brook and South Florida before heading to the west coast to play in the San Diego State Tournament against Sacramento State, San Diego State and Arizona.
Maryland’s stretch of 12 consecutive non-conference games closes in Charlottesville, Virginia, during the Cavalier Classic. The Terps will face Mercer and East Carolina on Sep. 16 and Virginia on Sep. 17.
Big Ten play will begin on Sep. 23 against Illinois, a lone road game before a four-game home stint. Maryland will head back to College Park to square off against Indiana on Sep. 25, Michigan State on Sep. 30, Nebraska on Oct. 2 and Illinois again on Oct. 7.
The Terps will take on Wisconsin on Nov. 12 in a highly-anticipated rematch. Maryland defeated the Badgers last season, 3-2, in perhaps its biggest win in program history as Wisconsin was the No. 2 ranked team in the nation at the time.
With a single road game against Indiana on Nov. 26, Maryland’s season will conclude in a similar fashion to how Big Ten play started.
In other news
Maryland football’s Anthony Pecorella and Terps volleyball’s Maddie Naumann were honored as Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship Award recipients.
The 2022 Terp Awards were given out to student-athletes that had great success off the field this past year.
Terp Awards Time!— Maryland Wrestling (@TerpsWrestling) July 12, 2022
Michael North is awarded the ICA Community Service Award for his planning and execution of the Special Olympics Polar Plunge as well as the SAAC Fan Fest!#TurtlePower x #TFIN pic.twitter.com/VcD3ihrN0H
A huge congrats to our THREE ICA Community Service Award recipients - Logan Anderson, Belle Bressler and Christina Calandra!— Maryland Field Hockey (@TerpsFH) July 12, 2022
Thank you to the three of you for being leaders in supporting our community! pic.twitter.com/zAgVxHxA7u
Maryland women’s basketball sophomore forward Emma Chardon put together two impressive performances for Switzerland in the FIBA U20 European Championships.
Another 10 points for Emma Chardon today in Game 3 of the FIBA U20 European Championships Division B vs. Albania! pic.twitter.com/V3FyODIcke— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@TerpsWBB) July 13, 2022
Emma Chardon led Team Switzerland with 18 points, 9 rebounds in Game 2 of the FIBA U20 European Championships Division B vs. Greece pic.twitter.com/96awNAvRyI— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@TerpsWBB) July 12, 2022
Four Terps were 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s Championship All-World selections: Dana Dobbie, Aurora Cordingley, Taylor Cummings and Allice Mercer.
Maryland baseball junior shortstop Matt Shaw has been earning national recognition for his incredible performance in the Cape Cod Baseball League this summer.
The Shaw Show is the biggest hit on The Cape:— Maryland Baseball (@TerpsBaseball) July 12, 2022
Can't wait for it back in CP. pic.twitter.com/5MK856g8cI
Former Terp Dayne St. Clair was selected to play in the 2022 MLS All-Star Game.
He's a keeper, He's an All-Star— Maryland Men’s Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) July 12, 2022
Dayne is the ninth Terp to be named an MLS All-Star! pic.twitter.com/UnGdFH63EN
Maryland tennis had an impressive season in the classroom, earning All-Academic Team honors from ITA Tennis. Jojo Bach, Francesca Feodorov and Kallista Liu were recognized as ITA Tennis Scholar-Athletes as well.
Junior defensive back Tarheeb Still is looking to have another impressive season for Maryland football while wearing the No. 4 jersey this season.