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Maryland women’s soccer to host Pups at the Pitch Sunday, and a farewell

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

Maryland women’s soccer is hosting a Pups at the Pitch Sunday with Key to Lion’s Heart Rescue group.

The team announced the event with pictures of members of the team and their dogs. We could talk about that, or we could just show you dog pictures. We’re just going to show you dog pictures.

LOOK AT THOSE DOGS!

The Terps enter Sunday’s game against Northwestern (8-3-2, Big Ten 2-3-1) at 3-7-4 (Big Ten 1-4-1). Maryland has lost four of its last five games, with the fifth being a scoreless draw against Wisconsin.

Perhaps Pups at the Pitch will be the spark the Terps need to get the ball rolling in the right direction.

In other news

Maryland football takes on Michigan in Ann Arbor this weekend. Here’s what Maize n Brew thinks ahead of the game.

The women’s soccer team fell to Illinois 1-0 last night.

The men’s team takes on No. 13 Michigan State tonight at 7 p.m. on BTN.

If anybody has any idea who this football player is, a Maryland student needs your help.

Here’s some midseason film from Maryland commit Todd Simmons.

In personal news

After about a year and a half and hundreds of articles, it’s time for me to say goodbye to the Testudo Times family. I’ve had unbelievable amounts of fun over the last 18 months covering all aspects of Maryland athletics, clipping gifs of highlights to tweet with some overly exclamatory share line and getting to know some of you through your commenting habits.

I even gained a new uncle out of this! Sup Uncle CK.

If you’ve followed along since I’ve started writing here, you know I have quite the affinity for football recruiting. From here, I’ll be taking over as the football recruiting beat writer at 247Sports’s Maryland affiliate, InsideMDSports.

A special thank you to Thomas for bringing me on, and Lamar and Justin, each of whom I’ve worked with closely in my time here. I have all the confidence in the world they’ll keep this ship running smoothly. Most of all, thank you to you all for making this a fun place to work.

Love ya,
Jared