Six tickets were punched for the NCAA final round of competition at this weekend's East Prelims.
The Maryland track and field team will send 10 athletes to the 2018 NCAA East Regional Meet May 24-26 in Tampa, Fla.
The Maryland track and field team has qualified 10 athletes, the program's most since 2008, for the 2018 NCAA East Regional Meet May 24-26 in Tampa, Fla. as announced this week by the NCAA.
The Big Ten Championships showcased strong individual performances on the track and in the field from the Terrapin squad.
The Terps will head out to Bloomington for the 2018 Outdoor Track and Field championships hosted by Indiana University. The three-day competition will begin on Friday afternoon, May 11th and conclude on Sunday, May 13th.
On Monday evening, the Terrapin Athletic family welcomed student-athletes, coaches, and faculty members to celebrate accomplishments on and off the track.
In their final career event in College Park, multiple senior Terps put forth strong performances to close out their last home competition at Maryland.
Each week during the 2017-18 season a Maryland student-athlete, who has shown excellence on and off the playing field, will be selected as the Solomon Eye Associates Terp of the Week. This week's Solomon Eye Associates Terp of the Week is Greg Thompson of the Maryland men's track and field team.
The Historic Penn Relays provided a big stage for top performances from the Terrapin squad this weekend. Competition began on Thursday and culminated on Saturday alongside USA versus the World professional relays.
The Maryland track and field teams are gearing up to compete at the 124th running of the historic Penn Relays at Franklin Field on the campus of Penn University this week. The event begins Thursday, April 26 and will run through Saturday April 29.
Record setting performances in the throwing events, in addition to several lifetime best marks across the board, topped off a strong weekend of competition for the Terrapin squad.
Balancing athletics and coursework isn't always easy, but Patrick Hanley and Aaron Barlev are two Terps who know how to excel on and off the track