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MM 9.29: Maryland men’s golf places fifth at the Howard/USF Invitational

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics.

Maryland men’s golf finished up its tournament at the Howard and University of San Francisco Collegiate Invitational on Tuesday in Potomac, Maryland. Maryland placed 5th overall at the Invitational, with a score of +68 as a team.

Three Terps finished with top 20 finishes, with Will Celiberti and Dillon Brown tied for 16th with a score of +15.

William Koras finished in 18th place while shooting +16 and Ronnie Kim in 21st with a score of +18. This is the first and only tournament the men’s team will play in Maryland this season.

Maryland has two more tournaments left, one being the Purdue Fall Invitational on October 11-12 and the other the Quail Valley Collegiate Invitational in Vero Beach, Florida, on Oct 16-17.

In other news

Maryland women’s soccer faces No. 23 Wisconsin in Madison tonight at 8 p.m.

Maryland track & field prepares for a meet on Friday at Lehigh University.

Terps running back Antwain Littleton II has a 5-game touchdown streak spanning back to last year against Virginia Tech. The streak is the second-longest in the country.

The script Terps helmets have arrived in College Park. The throwback uniforms will be worn on Saturday when Maryland football faces Michigan State at 3:30 p.m.

Maryland baseball rose 33 spots from last year and ranked as the 37th-best program in the country, according to D1Baseball’s rankings.

Maryland field hockey previews a video on alumni that have played at the national level.

Maryland softball will play Penn State in a fall exhibition game on Oct. 15th in Williamsport, Pennsylvania along with a Little League Softball clinic.