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MM 2.5: Maryland men’s and women’s lacrosse schedules released

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


After a very long wait, both Maryland men’s and women’s lacrosse teams had their 2021 schedules released Thursday.

No. 2 Maryland men’s lacrosse will open its season against Michigan at home on Feb. 20. The Big Ten only announced the first half of the schedule, as the second half will be released by the at a later date.

All Big Ten teams will meet twice throughout the regular season. Like its other sports, Maryland will open the season with no fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. TV designations and game times will also be released at a later date.

For Maryland women’s lacrosse, the whole schedule is set in stone. Starting at Johns Hopkins on February 14, the schedule will consist of 12 conference games, two against each of the other six teams, with the regular season wrapping up on April 18.

The schedule features three separate weekend series in the same location against No. 9 Michigan, Ohio State and No. 5 Northwestern. Just like the men’s team, there will be no fans at home games.

In Other News

Lauren recapped Maryland women’s basketball’s blowout 84-48 victory over Wisconsin.

Henry wrote about Aaron Wiggins’ explosive second half in the Terps’ win over No. 24 Purdue.

Sam broke down the film from Maryland men’s basketball’s victory over No. 24 Purdue.

Maryland women’s basketball’s win over Wisconsin elevated head coach Brenda Frese into elite territory in program history.

Maryland men’s basketball looked back at one of the most impactful games in NCAA history in celebration of Black History Month.

Maryland women’s lacrosse shared some shots from practice following Thursday’s schedule release.

Maryland baseball is putting in preseason work. The team’s schedule has not yet been released.

Pro Terp LaMonte Wade, Jr. was traded from Minnesota to San Francisco.

Xfinity Center is ready to go for today’s Maryland gymnastics meet.