Senior Hannah Dewey of the Maryland softball team and junior Alex Leto of the Maryland track and field program were named the Terrapins' Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners in a release made by the conference offices this afternoon.
Head coach Julie Wright formally announced the addition of junior college transfer Mikayla Werahiko who signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Maryland for the 2017-18 season.
The Maryland softball team honored its six seniors and reflected on its 2017 campaign Sunday evening at the team's annual banquet.
The Maryland softball wrapped up its 2017 campaign Sunday as Wisconsin captured a 5-0 victory on the final day of Big Ten regular season play.
Seniors Jordan Aughinbaugh and Hannah Dewey both delivered their first home runs of the year to power Maryland's offense, but the Terps couldn't hang on as Wisconsin earned a 5-3 victory Saturday.
Wisconsin used 10 hits to scatter eight runs as the Badgers took the series opener from Maryland 8-3 Friday evening.
Maryland will conclude its regular season slate this weekend for a three game series at home vs. Wisconsin (29-14, 8-11 B1G).
Maryland (11-36-1, 4-16 B1G) split its doubleheader with Rutgers (14-34, 5-15 B1G) on Wednesday, winning the day's opening game 4-3 before being edged one run in game two.
Maryland will play its doubleheader against Rutgers (13-33, 4-14 B1G) originally scheduled for April 19 on Wednesday, May 3 at 1:00 pm.
Penn State used two big innings to outscore Maryland 7-5 in the rubber match between the two sides at Maryland Stadium.
Senior Hannah Dewey pitched one of the finest games of her Terrapin career Saturday to lead Maryland to a 2-1 extra innings victory over Penn State.
Junior Skylynne Ellazar turned in a solid day at the plate with two RBIs on two hits, but couldn't carry the Terps as Maryland dropped its series opener 10-3 to Penn State Friday evening.