“We’re a Big Ten team. If we can’t win in our own state, there’s a problem.”
Jasenski's acrobatic move with time winding down preserved his win.
“Better to have it happen now than in the NCAA tournament.”
Freshmen dominated for the Quakers
The Terps open their dual meet slate against Penn on Sunday.
Hemida is ranked as the No. 4 heavyweight.
The Terps outshot the Crimson 17-5.
The heavyweight earned All-American status for the second-straight year.
Hemida enters the NCAA tournament after placing third at the Big Ten championships.
Since joining the Big Ten in 2014, the Terps have gone 1-44 in conference duals.