Saturday 2/24 vs. Michigan at 12:00 p.m.
We’ll have an article previewing this matchup later in the week, so stay tuned.
Thursday 2/22 @ Michigan at 6:00 p.m.
TV: Big Ten Network
The Terps dropped to No. 13 in the AP Poll after losing back-to-back games for the first time since 2014, and now they’ll face another tough test in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines (20-8, 9-6 Big Ten), however, are also sliding, having lost four of their last five games and fallen out of the rankings entirely. Michigan has fallen to a No. 10 seed in ESPN’s bracketology, and will need this win to secure an NCAA tournament spot after ending up on the wrong side of the bubble last season.
Sunday 2/25 vs. Nebraska at 12:00 p.m.
TV: Big Ten Network
Student Radio: WMUC Sports — Joe Malfa and Ryan Homler
Maryland beat Nebraska 64-57 in Lincoln on Feb. 4, and the Cornhuskers (19-8, 10-4 Big Ten) will be out for revenge in College Park on Sunday. Despite the breakout season for Nebraska that has landed the team in place to secure a double-bye in the Big Ten tournament, the Cornhuskers are part of ESPN’s bracketology’s “First Four Out.” It’s Senior Day for the Terps, so look for fourth-year players Kristen Confroy and Ieshia Small to have big games.
Wednesday 2/21 vs. Penn at 5:00 p.m.
Streaming: BTN2Go — Jarred Belman and Noah Gross
Radio: WMUC Sports — Abbi Klein
After a much-closer-than-it-should-have-been victory over High Point on Saturday, the defending national champions return home to face Penn (1-0) on Wednesday. The Quakers took down Michigan 12-9 on Saturday, and they can put the Terps on upset alert. Maryland gave up 14 goals on Saturday, which was its most in the regular season since 2015, and if its defense has the same holes against Penn, Maryland could find a tally in the loss column for the first time this season.
Saturday 2/24 @ No. 8 North Carolina at 1:00 p.m.
The Terps won 13-10 when these two teams met in College Park last season, but of course the matchup everyone remembers is North Carolina’s 13-7 win in the 2016 NCAA Championship game. The Tar Heels (2-1) have won two in a row this season, but that comes after a shocking 15-14 double-overtime loss to James Madison on Feb. 10. Maryland just took down No. 3 Florida 16-14, and should be able to handle the Tar Heels as well.
Wednesday 2/21 @ William & Mary at 4:00 p.m.
Radio: Maryland Baseball Network — Connor Newcomb
Friday 2/23 vs. Army at 4:00 p.m.
Radio: Maryland Baseball Network — Connor Newcomb and Jarred Belman
Streaming: BTN2Go — Justin Gallanty and Pat Hisle
Saturday 2/24 vs. Army at 2:00 p.m.
Radio: Maryland Baseball Network — Jarred Belman and Joe Malfa
Sunday 2/25 vs. Army at 1:00 p.m.
Radio: Maryland Baseball Network — Justin Gallanty and Jarred Belman
Streaming: BTN2Go — Connor Newcomb and Pat Hisle
After taking two of three in its opening series against Tennessee, Maryland heads back on the road for a midweek game against William & Mary. The Terps took both games from the Tribe (0-3) last season, and should be able to pick up another win on Wednesday.
Then the Terps return to College Park for an early home set with Army (1-2), which should be a very winnable — and probably very cold — series for Rob Vaughn’s team.