15 student-athletes from the University of Maryland men's basketball, women's basketball, gymnastics and wrestling programs were named Big Ten Winter All-Academic selections in a release made by the conference offices Wednesday afternoon.
Four members of the Maryland gymnastics team earned bids to compete in the 2017 NCAA Regionals, as announced Monday. Senior Sarah Faller, senior Emily Brauckmuller, freshman Alecia Farina and freshman Kirsten Peterman will travel to the Gainesville Regional.
The Terps posted a season-high vault score as the Maryland gymnastics team competed at the Big Ten Championship Saturday.
The Maryland gymnastics team travels to Piscataway, N.J., to compete in the Big Ten Championships this Saturday at noon. The Terps will face Michigan State, Minnesota and host Rutgers in the afternoon session.
Senior Emily Brauckmuller of the Maryland gymnastics team was named to the All-Big Ten Second Team, as announced by the conference Monday.
Freshman Alecia Farina placed third in the all-around as the Maryland gymnastics team competed in the Big Five meet Saturday. The Terps posted a 193.375 while Nebraska placed first with a 196.650, followed by Illinois (196.450), Ohio State (195.350) and Michigan State (194.650).
The Maryland gymnastics team travels to Champaign, Ill., for the annual Big Five Meet Saturday at 3 p.m. The Terps will face No. 11 Illinois, Michigan State, No. 13 Nebraska and No. 24 Ohio State in the meet, which serves as a qualifier for the Big Ten Championship. The Big Five will be aired on Big Ten Network.
Hey Terp Fans! It's been an exciting past couple of weeks for the GymTerps and this past week was no different. The GymTerps competed in our last home meet of the season against UNH, William and Mary,
Hey Terp Fans! Your GymTerps were on fire this past weekend. We started off with three big wins competing against Temple, Southern Connecticut, and West Chester in Philadelphia. We started the meet off strong on bars and beam, but floor was the spark to our entire weekend. We had some new career highs again this big weekend! Sophomore Amanda Bertorello,
Led by a career-best all-around performance from freshman Alecia Farina, the Maryland gymnastics team earned a season-high 195.800 to win the Maryland Five Meet on Wednesday.
The Maryland gymnastics team competes in its home finale as the Terps host a five meet Wednesday.
The No. 29 Maryland gymnastics team scored a season-high 48.975 on balance beam as the Terps scored a 195.450 Sunday afternoon at West Virginia. The No. 26 Mountaineers won the meet with a 195.950 while No. 24 Iowa State placed second with a 195.725.