Former Maryland men’s soccer stars Dayne St. Clair and Chase Gasper led Minnesota United FC to a 3-0 victory over top-seeded Sporting KC Thursday to reach the MLS Western Conference Finals.
St. Clair started in goal and tallied four saves while maintaining another postseason clean sheet. He has not allowed a goal in his last 680 postseason minutes, dating back to the Terps’ 2018 National Championship run.
Gasper played a full 90 minutes at left back, his second full postseason game for the Loons. He played in 18 regular season matches, starting in 16, but has taken ownership of a key role in the playoff run.
Minnesota United FC will next face second-seed Seattle Sounders FC on Dec. 7 with a trip to the MLS Cup Finals on the line.
In other news
Maryland women’s basketball took down Towson, 112-78, but freshman Angel Reese went out early with an injury.
Henry previewed the back-to-back matchups for Maryland men’s basketball this weekend.
Aidan took a look at how former Maryland football players did in the extended NFL weekend.
TV network assignments for the entire men’s basketball season and start times for the rest of 2020 were announced.
Maryland men’s basketball surprised the team with cutouts of their family members that’ll sit next to the bench.
All about family ❤️— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) December 3, 2020
Our guys' families can't attend the games, so we brought their families to them. pic.twitter.com/fwSfFplzlt
Chicago Bears linebacker and Maryland alum Josh Woods represented the Jordan McNair Foundation during #MyCauseMyCleats.
Maryland men’s soccer announced 10 new additions to the program through the 2021 class.
Exciting day for the Maryland Men’s Soccer Program as we release our top 2021 recruiting class! Great mix of players that will continue to raise our standards on the field and in the classroom. Check out @MarylandMSoccer as we announce through the day!— Jake Pace (@JakePace_20) December 3, 2020
Maryland wrestling is back in the gym and preparing for a season in 2021.
Hannah Leubecker and Maryland women’s lacrosse continue to put the work in this offseason.