This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.
Maryland football released an updated 2022 schedule, the program announced Wednesday. The Terps’ opponents and locations remain the same, however, the dates for five of the games were altered.
Maryland will start the season and the nonconference portion of its schedule on Sept. 3 at home against Buffalo. The Terps will then travel to Charlotte on Sept. 10 before returning home to host SMU a week later on Sept. 17.
The first of Maryland’s eight Big Ten games will take place in Ann Arbor, Michigan, when it goes on the road to take on defending conference champion Michigan on Sept. 24.
The Terps return back to College Park for matchups against Michigan State on Oct. 1 and Purdue on Oct. 8. They then play at Indiana on Oct. 15 and home against Northwestern on Oct. 22 before the team’s bye week.
The final four games of the season are at Wisconsin (Nov. 5), at Penn State (Nov. 12) and two games at home to cap off the season against Ohio State (Nov. 19) and Rutgers (Nov. 26).
This is the second straight season that the Terps will play seven of their 12 games at home, including five conference games, the most since 2018. The Terps are riding a strong wave of momentum into this offseason after their dominant 54-10 win over Virginia Tech in the Pinstripe Bowl to finish the season at 7-6.
Maryland men’s basketball picked up its first conference win with a victory over Northwestern in a double-overtime matchup on the road.
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Maryland track and field shared Gwen Zeckowski’s incredible journey from brain surgery and surviving a stroke to a collegiate pole vaulter.
Gwen Zeckowski has been through everything to return to @MarylandTrack.
Watch now on YouTube: https://t.co/Lz08ev2RrI pic.twitter.com/1Qn3noQCWf
Maryland women’s soccer announced the hiring of Kenie Wright as the team’s first-ever Director of Player Development.
Thrilled to have @KenieWright10 joining the squad! @MegNemzer has named Kenie Wright the program’s first-ever Director of Player Development ⤵️
MORE ➡️ https://t.co/7AXn18ljy7 pic.twitter.com/qgFpdgoq3M
A few former Maryland football players had impressive showings in the last week of the NFL regular season, including notable performances by Stefon Diggs, D.J. Moore and Quinton Jefferson. Additionally, 13 former Terps are on playoff rosters.
Season finale standouts.
Props to Stef, DJ and Q.
➡️ https://t.co/I12YkKKkI9 pic.twitter.com/UY3EBxa6Bo
Maryland indoor track and field kicks off the 2022 season this Saturday at Penn State in the Nittany Lion Challenge.
On Saturday we return ‼️
ℕ : Nittany Lion Challenge
: January 15
: University Park, PA
Preview : https://t.co/PJtpmL6PUX#KeepUp pic.twitter.com/7j9m0e8CnY
Maryland wrestling will head down to Hampton, Virginia this weekend for the 2022 Virginia Duals, where they will face Kent State, Chattanooga and Oklahoma.
Headed down to Hampton for the 2022 Virginia Duals ♂️#TurtlePower https://t.co/ZA2BFlJvE2
Maryland wrestling head coach Alex Clemsen was mic’d up for the team’s practice on Tuesday.
Mic’d Up @alextclemsen isn’t something you want to miss #TurtlePower pic.twitter.com/PqxM3SkZFN
Maryland women’s basketball freshman guard Shyanne Sellers was also mic’d up for practice on Tuesday.
▶️ @shyannesellers3 Mic’d Up! #FTT x #TheMI22ION pic.twitter.com/uduhwPDDc4
Maryland men’s golf presented its 2021-22 spring schedule.
It’s almost go time! The spring season is quickly approaching. Check out our schedule!⛳️ #WinTheDay #GolfTerps pic.twitter.com/5MhMQUHs63