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MM 2.1: No. 25 Maryland Gymnastics moves to 3-1 on the season

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

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The Maryland gymnastics team continues to turn heads in the Big Ten.

The team swept Rutgers Saturday, winning the head-to-head meet, 194.925-192.750. The Terps are now 3-1 on the season and ranked No. 25 in the country.

Six total Terps garnered perfect 10s during the meet, with seniors Audrey Barber and Sabriyya Rouse leading the way. Barber won the all-around competition with a score of 39.350 while Rouse had the highest score of the meet with a 9.990.

The team returns home this Friday to face off against Penn State, a squad they beat earlier in the year.

Maryland wrestling also competed over the weekend, ultimately falling to Ohio State, 41-0, on Sunday. The Terps moved to 0-6 on the season with the loss and will face Indiana on Feb. 14.

In Other News

Maryland Volleyball fell to Minnesota this weekend and currently sits at 0-4. Joe recapped Saturday’s loss here.

Matt and Lila discussed the latest for men’s and women’s basketball on the Testudo Times Podcast.

Former Terps Bruno Fernando, Alex Len, and Kevin Huerter battled against each other in D.C. Friday night.

Maryland women’s basketball earned its 100th Big Ten win.

Maryland wrestler Jaron Smith shared how he has persevered after having five surgeries.

It looks like the famous Maryland student flash mob may still be happening virtually this year.

Maryland teams had some fun on social media with the snow yesterday.