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MM 5.11: Maryland women’s golf set to take on NCAA Regionals

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

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The women’s golf NCAA regional championship in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was set to begin on May 10 but rain forced a postponement of the opening round.

The No. 19 Maryland women’s golf team for the tournament is comprised of individually ranked seniors No. 10 Virunpat Olankitkunchai and No. 76 Laura Van Respaille, as well as graduate student Xiaolin Tian, sophomore Maria Vittoria Corbi and freshman Patricie Mackova.

The Terps have been successful this season with top-three finishes in each event they competed in, including placing second overall in the Big Ten tournament.

Maryland is the only Big Ten team competing in the Baton Rouge Regional competition. It goes into the tournament ranked No. 5 behind LSU, Ole Miss, Baylor and Oregon.

The competition is set to begin on May 11 with a shotgun start at 10 a.m.

In Other News

Maryland baseball is heating up late in the season.

Maryland men’s soccer recapped how its alum fared to start the MLS season.

Maryland volleyball looked back on sophomore middle blocker Cara Lewis’ historic season.

Maryland softball is set for its final series of the season against Indiana.

Maryland women’s lacrosse is eager for the 2021 NCAA Tournament to begin.