Maryland men’s lacrosse seniors Nick Grill and Logan Wisnauskas earned weekly honors from the Big Ten Tuesday.
Grill was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week, making him the first player in Big Ten history to earn the title three consecutive weeks in a row. Grill was a key factor in the Terps’ win over No. 20 Johns Hopkins last Saturday, causing three turnovers and picking up four ground balls.
Wisnauskas was named the Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week for the fourth time in his career. He earned the honor after tallying a career-high nine points (two goals, seven assists) against the Blue Jays, which is tied for the fifth-most points in a game in school history. Wisnauskas’ career-high seven assists are also the second most in a game in program history.
The No. 3 Terps will face No. 4 Rutgers Saturday at 3 p.m.
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Darryl Morsell was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year Tuesday, with several teammates earning honors as well.
Sam went through the film to break down Maryland men’s basketball’s loss to Penn State.
Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo spoke about facing the Terps in the Big Ten tournament in a press conference Tuesday.
"It'll be a big challenge, one I'm looking forward to — hopefully a little revenge."— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) March 9, 2021
Here's what Tom Izzo had to say about facing Maryland in the Big Ten tournament Thursday morning: pic.twitter.com/ID5PmQSfbd
Maryland football running back Jake Funk will be one of three participants in the Terps’ pro day Wednesday.
Tomorrow I take the next step towards making my @nfl dream a reality! And I am using my performance to help @UpliftingAth inspire the #RareDiseaseCommunity, join my team and pledge for each 225 bench rep I put up at @TerpsFootball Pro Day! https://t.co/1QL9N7AuOm— Jake Funk (@jakefunk34) March 9, 2021
Maryland women’s basketball has officially arrived in Indianapolis for the Big Ten tournament.
Maryland volleyball is making its mark in the Big Ten.
Terps on the @B1GVolleyball leaderboard @erikanoelle99 - #⃣4⃣ in aces/set (0.42)@erikanoelle99 - #⃣8⃣ in points/set (4.09)@rainellejones2 - #⃣2⃣ in blocks/set (1.56)@SamBurgio07 - #⃣2⃣ in digs/set (4.37)#FearTheTurtle pic.twitter.com/qwu17JnMj1— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) March 10, 2021
Connor Staine had quite the effort in his first career start for Maryland baseball last weekend.
Maryland women’s lacrosse will have games televised on Big Ten Network in April.
Maryland gymnastics has cracked the Top 25 in the NCAA Gymnastics rankings on vault and floor.