The Maryland baseball team was not included in the 64-team field for the NCAA Tournament, announced Monday afternoon. The Terps' season is over.
This is not shocking for Maryland, as D1Baseball did not have the Terps among their projected 64-team field.
The Terps were in danger of missing out on the Big Ten Tournament (only the top eight teams get in) before a series victory against Michigan State assured them of a spot. A deep run in the Tournament could have thrust Maryland into the NCAA field, but an 11-0 loss to Iowa in their fourth game of the tournament left the Terps on the outside looking in when it came to the big dance.
This ends a two-year streak where Maryland advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals. In 2014, the Terps defeated South Carolina in the regionals before falling at Virginia. In 2015 they advanced out of a regional group that included No. 1 overall seed UCLA before again falling to the Cavaliers in Charlottesville.
Maryland finishes with a record of 30-27.
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