Link Drop: May 12

The Terps took on Illinois at home over the weekend, splitting a doubleheader on Saturday and losing Sunday’s game 5-4 after a weak offensive showing. However, the Terrapins still remain ahead of the Illini in the Big Ten conference standings in sixth place. The team also struggled to put runs on the board in their 4-1 midweek loss to the West Virginia University Mountaineers. This weekend the Terps will host Rutgers at home.

From The Diamondback:

WALK-ON WONDER: Anthony Papio develops into veteran starter for Maryland baseball – Kyle Melnick

Kevin Smith looks to build on production in Maryland baseball’s match with West Virginia – Kyle Melnick

Maryland baseball’s postseason chances suffer after series loss to Illinois – Kyle Melnick

From Testudo Times:

Terp of the Week: Maryland’s Taylor Cummings, Matt Rambo and Connor Kelly all turn in strong performances – Noah Niederhoffer

Maryland baseball: Illini edge Terps 5-4, take the series – Andrew Kramer

Link Drop: May 5

The Terps (24-19, 9-6) host Illinois (23-19, 7-8) this weekend at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium in College Park, Maryland. Maryland’s mid-week matchup with Towson for the annual Ripken Cup was cancelled due to poor field conditions. Nevertheless, the Terps are coming off an away series win at Penn State and will look to build off the positive momentum down the final stretch.

The Diamondback:

Maryland baseball right-hander Mike Shawaryn dominates in most recent start – Josh Schmidt

Maryland baseball looks to Madison Nickens for leadership against Towson – Josh Schmidt

Mike Shawaryn leans on Nick Cieri for support in Maryland baseball wins – Kyle Melnick

 

Testudo Times:

Terps top PSU 7-1, Shawaryn sets strikeout record – Andrew Kramer

Terps split pair with PSU, 0-2, 8-3; take the series – Andrew Kramer

Terp of the Week: Maryland’s Jen Giles, Taylor Cummings and Mike Shawaryn all turn in strong performances – Noah Niederhoffer

 

 

Link Drop: April 28

The Terps (22-18, 7-5) took two out of three in their weekend series against Purdue at home, and topped James Madison University 19-12 after a ten-inning contest in Harrisonburg. This weekend they will travel to Penn State to take on the Nittany Lions.

The Diamondback:

Madison Nickens flashes potential in leadoff spot for Maryland baseball – Kyle Melnick

Zach Jancarski provides spark for Maryland baseball in two starts against Purdue – Kyle Melnick

Testudo Times:

Maryland baseball beats James Madison, 19-12, in offensive showcase – Alex Littlehales

Maryland baseball: Terps dominate Purdue 11-3, take the series – Andrew Kramer

247 Sports:

Maryland Baseball Looking to Get Off the NCAA Bubble – Josh Stirn

D1 Baseball:

D1Baseball’s Field of 64: April 27

Link Drop: April 21

The Terps (19-17, 5-4) went 1-2 against the Minnesota Golden Gophers (22-11, 6-2) in Minneapolis last weekend. The club hosts the Purdue Boilermakers (6-28, 1-11) at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium in College Park, Maryland this weekend. There was no mid-week game.

The Diamondback: 

Brian Shaffer, Taylor Bloom push each other atop Maryland baseball’s rotation -Kyle Melnick

Robert Galligan provides spark from Maryland baseball’s bullpen against Minnesota -Kyle Melnick

Testudo Times:

Maryland baseball: Gophers dig out of hole to beat Maryland 6-4 -Andrew Kramer

D1 Baseball:

Road to Omaha: The Field of 64, April 20

 

Link Drop: April 13

The Terps went 4-1 last week en route to an 18-15 (4-2) record, putting them three games above .500 for the first time this season. Tuesday’s midweek matchup was rained out, but Maryland is back in action this weekend when they travel to Minnesota for a conference series.

Baseball America:

Projected Field of 64 – Jim Shonerd

247 Sports:

Maryland Baseball Adds Legacy Commit: Kody Milton -Josh Stirn

The Diamondback:

Hunter Parsons named Big 10 Freshman of the Week -Ryan Ballaigeron

Mike Shawaryn is back on track -James Crabtree-Hanigan

Delmarva News:

Hunter Parsons makes his second start -Mitchell Northam

Maryland Baseball Network:

In Camouflage Uniforms, Terps Look to Stand Out -Ben Harris

Weekend Sweep of Ohio State has Terps Thinking They’ve Turned a Corner -Ben Harris

Brian Shaffer Emerges as Terps’ Ace in the Hole -Ben Harris

Link Drop: March 31

The Terps gave up their weekend series to Iowa, but continued to improve their midweek game by beating VCU at home and away.

From Testudo Times:

Maryland baseball: Terps butt Rams 7-1, sweep series – Andrew Kramer

Maryland baseball: Terps fall to Iowa 4-1; game recap – Andrew Kramer

From The Diamondback:

Tayler Stiles pitches seven scoreless innings to lead Maryland baseball to 8-1 win over VCU – Kyle Melnick

Brian Shaffer’s second straight complete game leads Maryland baseball to 4-1 win over Iowa – Kyle Melnick

From Baltimore Sun:

Digest: Shaffer’s second straight complete game lifts Terps baseball over Iowa, 4-1 – Sun Staff and news services

From B1G Baseball:

Talk of the Town: March 29 – Chris Webb

Link Drop: March 24

The Terps roll into their Big Ten season opener this weekend against Iowa riding their first three game winning streak on the year. For more coverage on the Terps west coast spring break trip check out these articles.

From Testudo Times:

Maryland baseball: Terps dominate Fullerton 8-4 to even series; game recap & 3 things to know – Andrew Kramer

Maryland baseball defeats Cal State Fullerton 1-0, wins series – Andrew Kramer

From The Diamondback:

Maryland baseball blasts three home runs to top Cal State Fullerton, 8-4 – Kyle Melnick

Maryland baseball rides complete game from Brian Shaffer to series win over Cal State Fullerton, 1-0 – James Crabtree-Hannigan

Andrew Green’s more confident demeanor leads to success in Maryland baseball win – Kyle Melnick

From D1Baseball.com:

Spratling: Fullerton Walks Off Terps – Shotgun Spratling

Maryland’s Midweek Struggles Continue – Shotgun Spratling

From The Baltimore Sun:

Digest: Shaffer’s complete game shutout lifts Terps over No. 23 Cal State Fullerton – Sun staff and news service

From Big Ten Baseball:

Indiana, Maryland and Penn State Earn Weekly Baseball Honors – Big Ten Conference