On March 8, 2020, Maryland gymnastics was in the District of Columbia competing in the George Washington Invite, where it placed third among four schools after totaling 195.300 points. Breakout freshman Emma Silberman scored a 9.875 landing on vault to notch her career-high.
As the team subsequently prepared to travel to Morgantown, West Virginia, for the West Virginia Quad, its season was suddenly curtailed amid the coronavirus outbreak.
After a hiatus of over 10 months, Maryland — which is currently ranked 28th in the coaches’ poll — will head to State College, Pennsylvania, Sunday for a meeting with No. 25 Penn State. The meet begins at 5 p.m. and will be televised on Big Ten Network.
The Big Ten selected Audrey Barber and Silberman as Maryland’s Gymnasts to Watch this season. In Silberman’s first all-around meet last season, the New Hope, Pennsylvania, native took first place. Barber, a senior, is a two-time All-Big Ten selection and holds Maryland’s program record on bars (9.950).
This season, Maryland will host the Big Five Meet on Feb. 26 for the first time since 2014-15. Illinois, No. 14 Minnesota, No. 24 Ohio State and No. 15 Nebraska will travel to Xfinity Center for the event.
The Terps’ home opener against Michigan State, originally scheduled for Jan. 23 at noon, has been postponed out of an abundance of caution due to recent COVID-19 issues in the Spartans’ athletic programs.
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Maryland men’s basketball faces Wingate University this afternoon. Here’s everything you need to know.
Lauren recapped No. 9 Maryland women’s basketball’s 90-73 win over Minnesota.
The Terps (10-1) have won 23 straight Big Ten games and continue to dominate.
If you aren't following along with No. 9 Maryland women's basketball, you should be.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) January 15, 2021
I absolutely love watching this team. It doesn't get much better than a high-paced, entertaining offense & a hounding defense. Already 3 players over 17 points tonight.
Here are some highlights from the Terps’ win.
The Terrapins had three players finish with 20 or more points in the win against Minnesota.@TerpsWBB pic.twitter.com/iD1BRIfFDB— Maryland On BTN (@MarylandOnBTN) January 15, 2021
Maryland men’s basketball scheduled its game against Wingate after its Saturday matchup with Nebraska was postponed. Mark Turgeon talked about the upcoming game at a press conference Thursday.
Turgeon also called Wingate "a really good Division II team."— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) January 14, 2021
The Bulldogs are currently 6-3 on the season and are 5th in the South Atlantic Conference standings.
Each of the four teams above them in the SAC are in the D-II top-25 or are receiving votes. https://t.co/ksWw6Qi48F
Former Maryland men’s basketball star Jake Layman became a father.
Papa Layman!— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) January 14, 2021
Congrats to Jake and his wife Jasmine on the birth of their son Isaiah James! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/t3tN7dqMU1
Maryland men’s soccer head coach Sasho Cirovski received the United Soccer Coaches Bill Jeffrey College Long-Term Service Award. He was announced as the winner in October.
3 National Titles— Maryland Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) January 14, 2021
9 College Cups
15 Conference Titles
Total Commitment to elevating the college game. @SashoCirovski officially received the United Soccer Coaches Bill Jeffrey College Long-Term Service Award! pic.twitter.com/rdlw2CNRgI