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MM 3.15: Maryland women’s soccer ends in scoreless draw against No. 17 Rutgers

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

Photo from @TerpsWSoccer

Maryland women’s soccer drew with No. 17 Rutgers, 0-0, on Saturday. The tie leaves the Terps winless so far this season, with a record of 0-4-2.

Senior forward Mikayla Dayes had two shots, along with junior midfielder Madison Oracion and redshirt junior forward Alyssa Poarch having one shot, respectively.

The Terps had two saves on the day by redshirt freshman goalkeeper Kennedy Tolson. One of the saves came in the first overtime period when she prevented Rutger’s best chance at winning the match.

Maryland is set to host Michigan on Thursday at 3 p.m., still in search of its first win of the season.

In Other News

Maryland men’s basketball was named a 10-seed in the NCAA Tournament.

The Terps fell to Michigan in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament Friday.

Henry detailed how the confrontation between Juwan Howard and Mark Turgeon was part of growing tensions between the two teams this season.

Maryland women’s basketball won its second consecutive Big Ten tournament championship Saturday.

Dylan shared his three takeaways from the big win.

No. 3 Maryland men’s lacrosse used a strong fourth quarter to blow past No. 4 Rutgers, 19-12.

Maryland women’s lacrosse picked up an overtime win against Johns Hopkins Friday.

Maryland volleyball earned its first season sweep this weekend, defeating Iowa on Friday and Saturday.

Maryland baseball split its weekend series with Rutgers.

Maryland field hockey defeated Penn State Sunday.

Here is a look at Maryland men’s basketball’s reaction to being selected for the NCAA tournament.

Lila and Wes gave some insight on the Terps’ matchup with the Huskies.

Maryland women’s basketball is on a roll.