The Division-I board of directors has approved plans to move national championships for all fall sports, outside of the FBS of course, to the spring, the NCAA announced Tuesday.
“The plan sent to us by the Division I Council provides the maximum number of opportunities to fall student-athletes to participate in NCAA championships while still being fiscally responsible,” said acting Board of Director chair Denise Trauth, who is also president at Texas State. “We look forward to the spring, understanding things will look a little different but knowing the competitions will be just as meaningful as in normal circumstances.”
The Big Ten has yet to decide whether olympic sports will compete this fall or not, but the conference still has the option to do so and have its teams remain eligible for a shot to win it all.
The bracket field and the locations for preliminary round sites of the playoffs will both reduced. Details for each sports are listed below.
In other news
Matt recapped the Week 2 performances for former Maryland football players in the NFL.
Maryland football is putting in the work as the team prepares for the upcoming season.
DB unit is ready to roll.— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) September 22, 2020
No Fly Zone pic.twitter.com/FMf3nfsabc
Our backs have something to prove.— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) September 22, 2020
They are putting the work in. pic.twitter.com/90hWxHaPe9
The Terps reminded everyone to follow COVID-19 safety precautions.
Mask up, Maryland pic.twitter.com/SSdbHQyCSV— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) September 23, 2020
Check out this feature on former Terp Stefon Diggs.
Just a fifth round pick from Maryland.— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) September 22, 2020
There’s a reason @StefonDiggs plays with a chip on his shoulder: https://t.co/vUMAoFwsuQ pic.twitter.com/gBFws2jlS7
Maryland athletics stressed the importance of voter registration.
Today is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay!— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) September 22, 2020
RT if to spread the word on voter registration!
More Info: https://t.co/S73DAluHWZ pic.twitter.com/SCIm2AVCSL
Maryland men’s basketball honored Terps’ legend Greivis Vasquez.
"Maryland is in my DNA."— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) September 22, 2020
The amount of records @greivisvasquez is too long to list.
Just watch his greatness. ➡️ https://t.co/VF04yx5JUD pic.twitter.com/tSL6qmcET4
Maryland women’s basketball alum Kristi Toliver made an appearance in College Park.
Great to have the legend, @KristiToliver, stop by XFINITY today! pic.twitter.com/JWPXCT95Mo— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@TerpsWBB) September 22, 2020
The WNBA shined on a spotlight on another team alum, Alyssa Thomas. She exited Tuesday’s playoff game with a shoulder injury.
It's safe to say AT can do it all. #WNBABreakdown #SAPBreakdown @SAPSports pic.twitter.com/LQC79Xn8v4— WNBA (@WNBA) September 22, 2020
Maryland women’s lacrosse introduced fans to one of its newest players.
Defense ➡️ Offense— Maryland Women's Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) September 22, 2020
What Terp fans can expect when @kacyhogarth takes the field pic.twitter.com/ffvZzGUA1a
Maryland wrestling picked up a commitment flip of top-30 wrestler Ethen Miller from Missouri. Head coach Alex Clemsen now has four top-100 talents heading to College Park.
Many hours and lots of thinking, I’ve decided to continue my athletic and wrestling career at the University Of Maryland. I want to thank everyone that has been there for me. I’m ready for a new chapter in my life. #terpswrestling @alextclemsen @nickolai_32 #4hoursemen pic.twitter.com/TOif5KLQC6— Ethen Miller (@EthenMiller19) September 23, 2020