Terps Close Camp with Terrapin Club Crab Feast

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COLLEGE PARK, Md - The Maryland football team, in conjunction with the Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund, hosted their annual Crab Feast on Wednesday evening at the Samuel Riggs Alumni Center.

The annual event coincides with the conclusion of the football team's final preseason camp practice.

Over 400 donors joined head coach Randy Edsall, Director of Athletics Kevin Anderson and the 2014 football program for an entertaining evening, featuring steamed Maryland crabs and live music.

Prior to the dinner, the donors took in the team's final practice of preseason camp at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.

Senior quarterback C.J. Brown expressed his appreciation and thanked the Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund for their support and commitment.

"We are very appreciative of the Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund's support and passion for our program," said Brown.

The senior also invited the Leadership Council and freshman to join and sing the 'Maryland Fight Song.'

Tim McMurray, Executive Director, Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund, presented the Jack Heise Terrapin Spirit Award to Bob and Carol Baker and Barry and Mary Gossett.

The Terps now turn their focus to the regular season home opener against James Madison on Saturday, Aug. 30 at 3:30 p.m. at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.

For tickets, contact the Maryland ticket office at 1-800-462-TERP or visit online by clicking here.