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MM 2.15: Maryland Gymnastics posts its highest score of the season, but places last in tri-meet

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

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The Maryland gymnastics team competed against Minnesota and Iowa in a tri-meet on Saturday. Although the Terps fell to both the Gophers and Hawkeyes, the team posted a season-high score of 195.350.

The vault team consisted of senior Collea Burgess, sophomores Reese McClure and Emma Silberman along with freshman Samantha Gilbert posted a season-best score of 49.175.

Senior Audrey Barber also took home second place in the all-around competition.

The team has its final road meet of the season this Friday as it takes on Michigan before having its last three meets in College Park.

In Other News

Wes broke some news surrounding Maryland football’s staff changes.

The men’s basketball team picked up a much-needed win against Minnesota last night.

Brenda Freese earned her 500th win at Maryland last night against Nebraska.

Lauren wrote about how she’s been able to connect with her players for the last two decades.

Maryland volleyball dropped to 0-8 this weekend after being swept by Michigan State. Joe recapped Saturday’s loss here.

Maryland football’s new hires seem to be right around the corner.

Women’s basketball players shared what they love about Brenda Frese.

Former Terp Kevin Huerter has been dominant in his last six games.

March Madness analyst Andy Katz doesn’t think Xfinity Center is a tough place to play in the Big Ten.

Maryland women’s lacrosse has started a vlog series for this season.