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Release: 06/06/2014

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -

2014 NCAA Super Regionals - Charlottesville Super Regional

Sat., June 7-Mon., June 9

Location: Charlottesville, Va.
Stadium: Davenport Field
Television: ESPN2
Radio: SiriusXM 91
Internet: ESPN3
Live Stats: umterps.com
Twitter: @UMTerpsbaseball

Charlottesville Super Regional Schedule

Saturday, June 7
Game 1: Noon (ESPN2)

Sunday, June 8
Game 2: Noon (ESPN2)

Monday, June 9
Game 3: 4 p.m. ET (ESPN2)*

*If necessary; time and network subject to change

MARYLAND MEETS VIRGINIA IN FIRST EVER SUPER REGIONAL APPEARANCE

After sweeping the Columbia Regional, Maryland travels to Charlottesville to take on national seed (#3) Virginia at Davenport Field. The best-of-three series gets underway at noon Saturday with game two scheduled for noon Sunday. If necessary, game three will be played Monday at 4 p.m. All three games are being carried live on ESPN2.

TERRAPIN TAILS

-With three wins in the Columbia Regional, Maryland improved to 4-6 all-time in the NCAA Tournament. Its 3-0 mark in Columbia captured Maryland’s first regional title in school history.

-Maryland’s 4-3 win over South Carolina Saturday ended a 28-game home postseason winning streak and handed the Gamecocks their first ever postseason loss at Carolina Stadium. USC entered the weekend 16-0 at Carolina Stadium in postseason action.

-The Terps had five players named to the Columbia All-Regional Team led by centerfielder Charlie White, who was named the regional’s most outstanding player. White was joined by Jose Cuas (third base), Kevin Martir (catcher), Mike Shawaryn (pitcher) and LaMonte Wade (first base).

-Charlie White hit .545 (6-for-11) in the regional with a double, four runs scored and two RBI including a single to center to score the Terps’ first run in their ninth-inning comeback against Old Dominion.

-Right hander Mike Shawaryn earned his ACC-leading 11th victory of the season Saturday against the Gamecocks. Shawaryn’s win total is tied for 12th nationally and is a Maryland single-season record. Shawaryn, along with second base Brandon Lowe, earned Collegiate Baseball newspaper Freshman All-American honors Wednesday.

-Terrapin ace Jake Stinnett struck out seven Old Dominion batters Friday to increase his season total to 130. Stinnett passed Steve Schmoll (124 Ks, 2003) for first on Maryland’s single-season strikeout list. Stinnett leads the ACC in strikeouts and ranks third nationally.

-Catcher Kevin Martir was a large part of Maryland’s surge in May. The catcher led the team in hitting (.400), slugging (.620) and on-base percentage (.492). He had 10 RBI in 15 games to along with two doubles and three home runs. Martir is currently riding a career-long 13-game hitting streak.

-Closer Kevin Mooney earned his 12th save of the season in Saturday’s win over USC. Mooney is one save shy of Brett Cecil’s single-season record of 13 (2006). He is two saves shy of Cecil’s career record of 23.

-Maryland-



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