The Maryland wrestling team had several student-athletes in action earlier this month at for the UWW Cadet & University Nationals and World Team Trials.
Maryland wrestling had several team members in action this past weekend competing under the banner of "Terrapin Wrestling Club" as the squad was split between the United World Wrestling (UWW) Junior Nationals and the 2017 Phil Portuese Northeast Regional.
The Maryland wrestling team celebrated the 2016-17 season on Sunday at the program's annual awards banquet.
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.
Redshirt sophomore Youssif Hemida won two matches and advanced to the Session IV Blood Round to highlight Maryland's performers on day two of the 2017 NCAA Championships Friday night.
Redshirt sophomores Ryan Diehl (141) and Alfred Bannister (149) in addition to sophomore Youssif Hemida (285) all advanced to day two of the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships after completing competition Thursday at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Mo.
The University of Maryland wrestling team has qualified four wrestlers for the 2017 NCAA Championships March 16-18 in St. Louis, Mo.
Redshirt sophomores Ryan Diehl (141) and Alfred Bannister (149), in addition to sophomore Youssif Hemida (285) all placed for Maryland to end the Big Ten Championships Sunday afternoon.
Redshirt sophomores Ryan Diehl (141) and Alfred Bannister (149), in addition to redshirt senior Billy Rappo (133) and sophomore Youssif Hemida (285) all advanced to day two of the Big Ten Championships after their performances Friday at Assembly Hall.
The Maryland wrestling team will compete in its third-ever Big Ten Wrestling Championship event March 4-5 in Bloomington, Indiana.
Redshirt senior Billy Rappo (133), redshirt sophomore Alfred Bannister (149) and sophomore Youssif Hemida (285) earned top-eight pre-seeds in a release made by the conference offices this afternoon.
Redshirt freshman Brandon Cray capped off a stellar redshirt year on the mat Sunday winning the 125-pound division at the National Collegiate Open.