“He’s probably, when it’s all said and done, going to be the best player to ever walk through here,” coach Rob Vaughn said.
The Terps are among the nation's best in hitting home runs, walking and avoiding strikeouts.
Elijah Lambros is third on the team in home runs after applying techniques he learned from Matt Swope, the Terps' hitting coach who discovered them in a lab in Switzerland.
The Terps rallied from an eight-run deficit to get within two scores, but eventually fell to the Huskies in the regional final.
After hours of work, the Terps' left fielder is seeing statistical improvement.