The seasons are winding down, and many teams are either in contention for the title or their fate has already been determined. Read more about each team to learn where each team lies.
- Maryland soccer has one game left on their schedule—at Virginia Tech—that will have major implications on the ACC standings. As the Terps are second in the conference due to Notre Dame holding the tie-breaker, a Maryland win and a Notre Dame tie or loss will give Maryland another ACC regular season championship. However, a Notre Dame win will negate any outcome of the Maryland game and give the Fighting Irish the ACC crown. Nonetheless, nothing like each game coming down to the wire. Notre Dame takes on Syracuse at home at 7 p.m. on Friday.
- Wrestling kicked off their season this past weekend against Johns Hopkins, Kutztown, and Alderson-Broaddus, winning all three matches by a combined score of 129-3. It’s safe to say that the team has started out the season on a hot streak. The Terps travel to California this weekend to attend the Roadrunner Open.
- Field hockey dominated the seventh-ranked Duke Blue Devils in Durham to the tune of a 5-1 victory. The win secured the ACC title and the top spot in the ACC tournament. The Terps will take on the winner of the Duke/Virginia game on Friday in the second round of the ACC tournament. The winner heads to the championship on Sunday.
- Women’s soccer lost to Virginia 6-1 on Sunday, eliminating the Terps from the ACC tournament. After taking a 1-0 lead in the first half off of a quick Haley Brock score, the Cavaliers came back and it was all Virginia the rest of the way. The team experienced many ups and downs throughout the year. The team will await their fate for the NCAA tournament, which begins on November 15.
- Women’s volleyball beat Pittsburgh 3-1 on Wednesday, but fell to Notre Dame 3-1. This has been the theme of the year as the Terps have been unable to keep momentum since the beginning of the ACC season. The Terps have a home stretch in key matchups in Duke and Wake Forest on Friday and Sunday respectively.