Academic Support - Archives 2015-16
Rachelle Beanlands (women's soccer) and Michael McCarney (men's lacrosse) have been named the University of Maryland's 2016 Big Ten Medal of Honor award winners, announced Tuesday.
University of Maryland student athletes Alex Anthony (women's soccer), Brionna Jones (women's basketball), Michael McCarney (men's lacrosse) and Emily VandeWater (women's track & field) were named Senior Marshals for this spring's campus campus-wide commencement ceremony.
Fourteen intercollegiate sport programs at the University of Maryland maintained or improved their multiyear APR scores in the newest 2014-2015 APP report as announced by the NCAA Wednesday while thirteen teams earned multiyear Academic Progress Rates (APR) at or above .970.
18 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.
In addition to their successes in athletic competition, Maryland student-athletes worked diligently in the classroom this past fall semester as their accomplishments attest.
The University of Maryland athletics department celebrated graduation day with several senior student-athletes and their family and frields as part of Saturday's December Commencement. A reception was
Maryland placed 58 student-athletes on the distinguished academic all-Big Ten team, as announced by the conference Wednesday. The Terrapins have representation from each of their six fall team.
The University of Maryland has earned an institutional Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 85 percent in figures released today by the National Collegiate Athletics Association. It marks the sixth time in the eleven-year history of the metric that Maryland has been above 80 percent.
After completing the first day of the fall 2015 semester, the University of Maryland Student-Athlete Advisory Committee hosted a Welcome Back Barbeque for all student-athletes Monday.
The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday that 23 Maryland students competing in intercollegiate athletics have earned the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award. The list includes students from men's basketball, field hockey, football, women's gymnastics, men's and women's lacrosse, women's soccer, softball, women's tennis, track & field, volleyball and wrestling programs who have recorded a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.7 or higher for the previous academic year.