From coach Alex Clemsen’s perspective, handball offers his wrestlers a chance to see the sport of wrestling in a different light.
The Terps notched their best record under coach Alex Clemsen at 7-12, but went winless in conference play for the sixth straight season.
None of Kyle Cochran, Dominic Solis or Jaron Smith managed to earn themselves a spot on the All-America team.
The Terps will have three wrestlers competing in the NCAA tournament this season with hopes of making a statement.
Led by Dominic Solis and Kyle Cochran, the Terps put up an improved showing at the tournament compared to previous years.
The Terps finished in 13th, their best performance at the Big Ten championships since 2018.
After going winless in conference play this season, the Terps are hoping for a different outcome in the postseason.
Cochran and Solis, two of the Terps' three captains, have relied each other to get better throughout their tenures in College Park.
The senior Terps succeeded in what could be their last duals for the program.
The Terps went down early, but scored 18 unanswered points to take a commanding lead over the Eagles.