"They'll have your back."
The team is coming off its best campaign since 2012.
In 2019, Myers racked up 273 kills for a .395 hitting percentage, the second-highest rate in program history.
“I’m hoping that this season is a turning point for the program,” coach Brett Nelligan said.
“I feel like it was one of the best things that could have ever happened to me."
“I don’t want to make excuses, but I’m just really proud of how tough this team is."
The Terps hadn't fallen below 196 since Feb. 22.
Glauber posted a personal-best 9.925 on bars in the Terps' most recent meet.
“It’s just such a privilege to make it to the top group,” Pritchard said.
Freshman Reese McClure opened with a 9.900 on vault, and the Terps didn't look back.