April 9, 2010
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Facing their fifth-straight ranked opponent, the Terps fell at Miami 7-0 Friday afternoon.
Maryland (3-10, 0-8 ACC) was playing its second to last road match of the season before heading home next week for their final three-game home-stand.
Miami (16-3, 9-0 ACC) meanwhile has won their last 13 matches and remains undefeated in conference play. In addition to being ranked No. 10 nationally, Miami boasts four ranked singles players and two ranked doubles teams.
Julia Huschke, who took Georgia Tech's Viet Ha Ngo to a third set last week in a thrilling match, played for the second time this season at No. 2 doubles.
Sunday the Terps face No. 13 Florida State at noon in Tallahassee in their last road match of the season.