The Terps’ four-run first inning set the tone in their win.
The two former Terps each scored a touchdown on the same field.
Instead of running as punishment, Maryland softball sings.
The Buckeyes scored in five of seven innings.
The redshirt junior, though, didn’t record a stop before halftime.
“Not everybody’s like Brett. He’s kind of the anomaly,”
Maynard went 3-for-4 in the Terps’ 12-11 win.
The Terps topped another ranked opponent to move to 10-0.
The first baseman produced four hits in the weekend sweep.
The Terps will host their second ranked opponent of the season.