The Terps snapped their two-game losing streak behind clean hitting.
One of the nation’s top recruit is learning every day.
The Terps' sweep Wednesday secured their first road win against a ranked team in program history.
The Terps had been striving for more production from their middle blockers.
“I’m not going to hide the fact that that’s my roots,” the former Nittany Lion said.
Maryland hit .319 and had seven aces in the blowout.
The Terps are hosting the Maryland Invite.
Milana has the largest share of total attacks (32.7 percent) by a single player under Aird.
Coach Steve Aird wanted the tournament to give his younger players more experience.
Alford played in 61 sets last year for the Yellow Jackets.