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MM 5.10: Maryland softball takes three of four at Rutgers

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

Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics

After Nebraska swept the Maryland softball team last weekend, the Terps responded by winning three out of four games against Rutgers this past weekend. The teams split the Friday doubleheader with the Terps taking the second game, 5-0. Freshman infielder Michaela Jones drove in four of the team’s five runs with three of them coming via a homerun.

The Terps continued to dominate in the final two games of the series, winning by scores of 6-2 and 4-1 respectfully. In the team’s three wins, Maryland’s offense scored four runs in an inning allowing the Terps to jump out to early leads.

In the circle, the pitching staff struck out 18 Scarlet Knights including eight in the series finale Sunday.

The team will close out the regular season with a four-game series against Indiana in College Park starting on Friday, May 14.

In Other News

Maryland men’s lacrosse defeated Johns Hopkins for the third time this season to claim the Big Ten tournament title.

The team was also named the No. 3 seed for the NCAA tournament.

For the 31st straight year, the Maryland women’s lacrosse has the made tournament. The team will open up the tournament in Durham, NC against High Point.

Maryland baseball won its fourth-weekend series in a row taking two out of three games against Illinois. Daniel recapped the two wins from Saturday here.

Northwestern hired former Maryland goalkeeper and assistant coach Russell Payne as its new men’s soccer coach.

The Los Angeles Rams introduced their fanbase to former Maryland football running back Jake Funk.

Maryland athletes celebrated their mothers this Mother’s Day.