clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

MM 3.23: Maryland men’s soccer match with Rutgers postponed

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

Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics

Maryland men’s soccer game against Rutgers on Tuesday has been postponed, but not due to positive COVID cases.

Rutgers Athletics decided not to travel to College Park in a decision supported by the Big Ten, the reasons of which are undisclosed.

The last time the Terps faced Rutgers, they fell 0-2 after the Scarlet Knights scored one goal per half and outnumbered Maryland’s shots on goal, 7-4.

So far this season, the Terps are 3-3. After falling to Penn State, Ohio State, and Rutgers, Maryland has been on a three-game win streak, coming out with victories against Wisconsin, Michigan and Michigan State.

Maryland and Rutgers will work with the Big Ten to reschedule the matchup later this season.

In Other News

No. 10 seed Maryland men’s basketball was knocked from the NCAA Tournament in a 96-77 loss to No. 2 seed Alabama.

Maryland women’s basketball moves on to round two of the NCAA Tournament.

Daniel recaps Maryland baseball’s dominant 7-1 victory over Penn State.

Our reporters gave some insight from the Maryland men’s and women’s basketball games.

Ashley Owusu balled out in her first NCAA Tournament game.

Maryland women’s basketball has its next matchup set.

Maryland field hockey’s Riley Donnelly earned Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors.

Maryland gymnastics make program history.