Category Archive: Maryland Terrapins

Aug 02

Ex-Terp Outfielder White Pitches in Minor League Game

Charlie White did several great things during his time at the University of Maryland. He was solid both in center field and at the plate, and he stole the most bases in school history. However, he was not a pitcher, which made the scene in Boise quite odd on Friday. White picked up the win …

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Aug 01

Trayvon Reed Dismissed From Terps

Mark Turgeon, head basketball coach of the Maryland Terrapins, dismissed Trayvon Reed from the team following his arrest on Wednesday. Reed was charged with two counts of second-degree assault, resisting arrest and theft.

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Jul 17

Terrapin Forward Jake Layman Out 4-6 Weeks with Hand Injury

Maryland Terrapin junior forward Jake Layman is now expected to miss four to six weeks due to fracturing a bone in his left hand earlier this month. He however is expected to recover fully by the time the team begins practicing for the season.

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Jul 17

Zusi's Roots Start in College Park

October 15, 2013, the final day of CONCACAF qualifying. Mexico had suffered defeat earlier in the day, and they sat in 5th place in CONCACAF qualifying. Panama was leading the United States 2-1, and they seemed to be on their way to an intercontinental playoff with New Zealand. Mexico would be heading home, or so …

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Jul 17

Len Bias to be Inducted into University of Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame

The University of Maryland athletic department announced today that they have selected eight alumni to be introduced into the University of Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame including Maryland basketball legend Len Bias. Bias along with the seven other alumni’s will be officially inducted into the Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame on October 3rd. The induction …

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Jul 02

Maryland Coach Szefc Throws Out First Pitch at Oriole Park

Today was a big day for the University of Maryland, as the Terps officially joined the Big Ten Conference. However, it was an even bigger day for the baseball team, and specifically head coach John Szefc. After the most successful season in program history, the Orioles acknowledged Szefc by inviting him to throw out the …

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Jun 21

Schmit, White, Brewster Sign Professional Contracts

Three more Maryland baseball players signed professional contracts this week, as Blake Schmit, Charlie White, and Ben Brewster inked their rookie contracts. The Minnesota Twins drafted Schmit in the 26th round earlier this month. Schmit was a rock at shortstop for the Terps this year, and he played very well with second-baseman Brandon Lowe. Schmit …

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Jun 19

Cubs Sign Maryland Pitcher Stinnett

Maryland pitcher Jake Stinnett agreed to a rookie contract with the Chicago Cubs today. The Cubs selected Stinnett with the 45th pick in the second round of the MLB Player Draft earlier this month. Stinnett reportedly signed for $1 million.

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Jun 10

Maryland’s Season Ends

The University of Maryland baseball team’s Cinderella story ended with an 11-2 loss to ACC rival University of Virginia Monday Night. With the loss, Maryland lost the NCAA Super Regional series 1-2, bringing their NCAA tournament record to 4-2.

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Jun 08

UVA Takes Game 2

The University of Virginia baseball team hammered out 17 hits, one shy of their all-time postseason record, and put 7 runs across the board to even up the best-of-three series against University of Maryland with a 7-3 win. Game two of the best-of-three series was very different from the first game for Maryland.

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