After winning 11 of its last 12 games heading into this past week, Maryland (15-8) yielded a winning record for the fourth-straight week. The Terps split a two-game midweek series with UNC Wilmington before opening up Big Ten play at home against Michigan. Maryland won the first two games to clinch the series victory, but were unable to complete another weekend sweep.
The 3-2 week and first series win in Big Ten competition was not enough to put the Terps back in any of the national rankings. Maryland’s last appearance in the Top 25 was a month ago during the week of Feb. 27.
Despite dropping the series to Maryland, Michigan remains the only Big Ten team ranked by any media outlet.
Maryland heads to Philadelphia Wednesday for its second game of the season against Saint Joseph’s (5-11), who the Terps beat 11-5 in College Park on March 8. Maryland then plays Rutgers (10-3) this weekend for its first Big Ten road series.
Baseball America: Unranked
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