The sixth-seeded Maryland baseball team will face off with third-seeded Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament, held May 25-29 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., the conference office announced Saturday night.
Sophomore right-handed pitcher Brian Shaffer tossed eight innings and sophomore Kevin Biondic notched three hits and two RBI to push the Maryland baseball team past Michigan State, 6-4, at McLane Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Senior outfielder Anthony Papio notched three hits, but the Maryland baseball team fell, 4-3, in 13 innings to Michigan State Friday afternoon at McLane Stadium.
Junior right-handed pitcher Mike Shawaryn tossed a complete game to help the Maryland baseball team to a series opening 6-3 win over Michigan State at McLane Stadium Thursday afternoon.
In its final series of the season, the Maryland baseball team heads to Michigan State to take on the Spartans in a three-game set at McLane Stadium. Thursday's game will be broadcast live on BTN and all three contests can be heard live on the Maryland Baseball Network.
Sophomore Brian Shaffer struck out a career high eight batters over eight innings and did not allow a run as the Maryland baseball team defeated Rutgers, 6-0, at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium Sunday afternoon.
Sophomore Kevin Smith hit his second home run in as many days and tallied four RBI, but the Maryland baseball team fell, 7-5, to Rutgers at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Sophomore Kevin Smith hit a solo home run, but the Maryland baseball team dropped it contest with Rutgers, 5-4, at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium Friday night.
The Maryland baseball team faces off with Rutgers in its final home series of the season this weekend at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium. Sunday's game can be seen live on BTN and all three games can be heard live on the Maryland Baseball Network.
Freshman RHP Hunter Parsons continued his fine form with six innings of three-hit ball, but the Maryland baseball team fell, 4-1, to West Virginia at Monongalia County Ballpark Tuesday night.
The Maryland baseball team fought back from a 4-2 eighth inning deficit to tie the game at 4-4, but Illinois scored once in the ninth to secure a 5-4 victory over the Terrapins at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium Sunday afternoon.
Sophomore Taylor Bloom let up just one run on six hits with six strikeouts as he tossed his fifth complete game of the season to lead the Maryland baseball team past Illinois, 3-1, in game two of a doubleheader Saturday.