Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Matt Canada says overtime play wasn't only one to cost Terps in Ohio State loss. Here are 5 other key plays.

Maryland interim coach Matt Canada is not going to pin last Saturday’s 52-51 overtime loss at home to No. 10 Ohio State on the two players involved in the final play, in particular redshirt sophomore quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome.

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Durkin told panel Loh didn't want Maryland players talking to football investigator

Former University of Maryland football coach DJ Durkin told a task force that President Wallace Loh resisted his call to make players available for interviews by a consultant examining the heatstroke death of teammate Jordan McNair, according to multiple sources.

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Digest (Nov. 19): Terps advance in NCAA men’s soccer tournament

Seniors Amar Sejdic and Sebastian Elney scored as the 11th-seeded Maryland men’s soccer team earned a 2-0 win over North Carolina State the NCAA tournament second round Sunday. The Terps (9-6-4) outshot the Wolfpack 13-1, and N.C. State (10-7-2) did not register its first shot until the 78th minute.

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State basketball roundup: No. 9 Maryland women roll to 85-61 win over No. 10 South Carolina

Maryland coach Brenda Frese doesn’t mind learning her players are resilient early if they can figure out a way to win.

The No. 9 Terps (4-0) beat No. 10 South Carolina, 85-61, on Sunday in a game in which they fell behind by 12 midway through the first quarter, but led 22-19 by the time the period ended. It was part of a 26-1 run in which Maryland scored on 12 of its next 15 possessions.

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Turgeon pleased by Maryland's 92-77 win over winless Mount St. Mary's — except for some lapses in concentration

With less than 100 seconds gone in the second half of Sunday’s game against Mount St. Mary’s at Xfinity Center, Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon called timeout.

“I didn’t think we were ready. We made a bunch of mistakes,” Turgeon said after the game. “Box-outs, transitions, the way we guarded one of their [inbounds] plays, we screwed that all up. We weren’t dialed in.”

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Maryland field hockey falls to North Carolina, 2-0, in NCAA title game

The second-seeded Maryland field hockey team fell to top-seeded North Carolina, 2-0, in the NCAA field hockey championship game Sunday at Louisville's Trager Stadium.

North Carolina (23-0) took the early lead when Megan DuVernois tipped in a shot from Meredith Sholder in the 21st minute. Ten minutes later, the Tar Heels pushed their lead to 2-0 when Erin Matson scored off a rebound.

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