Terps Host Bryant for Three-Game Series

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BRYANT (2-7)
Bryant at Maryland
March 9-11, 2018 || Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium || 4:00/2:00/1:00
Bryant RECORD: 2-7
COACH: Steve Owens (27th season)
RANK: NR (D1) | NR (BA)

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- The Maryland baseball team takes on Bryant in its second home weekend series of the season. All three games can be watched on BTN Plus. Fans can also listen on the Maryland Baseball Network.  

Weekend Pitching Match-Ups

Game Maryland Bryant
Friday RHP- Taylor Bloom, Sr. (2-1, 2.86, 17 K) RHP-Jack Patterson, So. (0-1, 6.60, 12 K)
Saturday LHP- Tyler Blohm, So. (1-1, 2.60, 15 K) RHP-Steve Theetge, Jr. (0-3, 6.23, 6 K)
Sunday RHP- Hunter Parsons, Jr. (1-1, 7.07, 10 K) RHP-Vito Morgese, Sr. (1-1, 8.10, 15 K)

Setting the stage

Location: College Park, Md.
Stadium: Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium
Stream: BTN Plus | Friday | Saturday | Sunday
Radio: Maryland Baseball Network
Live Stats:
Twitter: @TerpsBaseball


• Friday: Fans are encouraged to park in the pay lots in Regents Drive Garage or Union Lane Garage. Parking is restricted in non-pay lots until 4 p.m. 

Saturday/Sunday: Fans can park in Regents Drive Garage or Lot 1. Fans in Lot 1 will have to walk down Campus Drive before walking down the hill between Union Lane Garage and Stamp Student Union to reach the stadium. Fieldhouse Drive is closed due to construction on Cole Field House. 


• Maryland dropped its midweek contest to Delaware Thursday afternoon at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium. That loss snapped a five-game winning streak that included a win over 2016 National Champion Coastal Carolina. 

• Senior right-handed pitcher Taylor Bloom has been a workhorse in his four years in College Park. Bloom has taken over the role as Maryland's Friday night starter this season and leads the Big Ten with 22 innings pitched so far this season. Bloom's 247 career innings pitched is fifth most among active players in Division I baseball. 

• Sophomore lefty Tyler Blohm has slid into the Saturday role for Maryland and tossed one of the best starts of his career Saturday at Coastal Carolina. Blohm went six innings, allowed just two runs and struck out seven.

• Junior second baseman Nick Dunn has already slugged five home runs this season, so far living up to his preseason third-team All-American billing. Dunn is batting an even .300.