Survive and Advance: Terps Beat Cornell in Thriller

The NCAA Tournament is the most exciting time of the year in any collegiate sport. Maryland and Cornell showed why on Saturday afternoon, as the Terps scored with 2 seconds left to defeat the Big Red 8-7.

Cornell got off to a quick start, as the Big Red scored four unanswered goals to get a quick lead. Mike Chanenchuk scored Maryland’s first goal in the middle of the second quarter, but that is all the Terps could get in the first half. Christian Knight (Boys’ Latin) was outstanding in goal for the Big Red. They took a 5-1 lead into halftime. Read more about Survive and Advance: Terps Beat Cornell in Thriller

Loyola's Season Ends With Loss to Albany

Loyola’s remarkable season ended early on Saturday, as Albany defeated the Hounds 13-6 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

After two quick goals by the Great Danes, Pat Laconi scored the first goal for the Greyhounds. After thee more Albany goals, Romar Dennis and Nikko Pontrello scored back to back for the Greyhounds to cut the lead to 5-3. In the third quarter, Laconi struck again for his second goal of the day. Justin Ward also chipped in two goals for the home team.

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How Sweep It Is! Maryland Baseball Defeats Notre Dame

Maryland Baseball pulled off a huge sweep this weekend in their final ACC home games. Maryland’s pitching staff shut down Notre Dame as the Terps won three huge games.

On Friday night, Jake Stinnett twirled a complete game shutout in the final home start of his career. Stinnett struck out 13 Notre Dame hitters. This was Stinnett’s fourth complete game of the year, and his second in ACC play. Maryland’s offense was quiet again, but Jose Cuas’s 2-RBI single was all Stinnett needed.
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Making the Case for Jake Stinnett

When it comes to Major League Baseball’s draft, it is typically very tough to guess which teams will select which players. Many factors come into play: some teams prefer high school players over college players, some will draft pitcher-heavy, and others will look to take local players. There are several top prospects, and one of them is Maryland righty Jake Stinnett.

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A tough week for Maryland Baseball

Maryland_terrapins_logoIt has been a rough week for the University of Maryland baseball team. After last week’s loss to West Virginia, the Terps managed to bounce back with a win over a solid George Mason team. However, Maryland could not carry any momentum into the weekend, as they were swept by Boston College. The Eagles were near the bottom of the ACC before this weekend. Today, Maryland lost to James Madison.

The Terps did get some good starts over the weekend. Jake Stinnett, the team’s ace, struck out ten hitters on Friday, but Maryland couldn’t generate any offense in a 5-1 loss. On Sunday, sophomore Jake Drossner, who has been a pleasant surprise for the ballclub, turned in another good outing. Drossner only allowed four hits, but the Terps once again failed to find any offense in a 5-2 loss.

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Maryland Baseball Falls to WVU

It was a rough night for the Maryland Terrapin’s baseball team in Morgantown, as they fell to West Virginia 14-2. The loss puts Maryland at 24-15 on the year.

It was not the best night for Tayler Stiles. The freshman southpaw from Bowie gave up 7 runs in just 4 innings. This was only the second start for Stiles, but the Terps will need all of their pitchers to throw well if they want to make a run in the ACC Tournament and possibly in the NCAA Tournament.

Offensively, Maryland had seven hits, led by shortstop Blake Schmit, who had two. However, Maryland left eleven men on base. Some credit must be given to West Virginia pitching, but that will hurt any team on any night.

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Terrapins Baseball Vs Cancer

Maryland_terrapins_logoOnce again the Maryland Terrapins baseball team partnered with the Vs. Cancer Foundation to raise funds and awareness for the fight against cancer. Their efforts were capped off on Saturday April 19th where Terps players had their heads shaved after defeating the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Fans also participated in a balloon tribute, releasing a balloon in honor of those that lost their battle with the terrible disease. Read more about Terrapins Baseball Vs Cancer