“I think we’ve kind of turned an inward look on ourselves and said, ‘How do we grow as a program, how do we grow as a group of individuals?’” coach Adam Hughes said.
From socially distanced team lifts to elbow taps, the Terps have had to adjust to new health protocols.
“I’m hoping that this season is a turning point for the program,” coach Brett Nelligan said.
Myers racked up the second-most kills on the team in 2019.
“I became the stat guy, and that’s when volleyball and baseball really merged for me."
“These are the kind of losses that make us realize we just have to keep going as a program.”
The Terps finished the year with a 13-19 record.
“It’s something we have to work through, and that’s kind of been a theme of the season for us — constant adversity with injuries.”
The Wildcats went up 5-0 in the fifth set and never looked back.