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Terps volleyball beat Indiana on Senior Day

A trying season ends on a very high note as the Maryland volleyball team beats Indiana in their season finale, earning a victory over their three seniors.

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Terps edged by Purdue in battle, 3-2

Maryland once again put up a real gutsy effort against a strong opponent, but they just didn’t have enough to earn a victory over the Purdue Boilermakers.

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Tigers swept by Dukes in CAA semifinals

Towson out-killed James Madison in their semifinal match of the CAA tournament, but were unable to overcome their own errors or the Dukes blocking.

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Tigers sweep Pride in CAA tournament

Towson advanced in the CAA Tournament with a clean sweep of the Hofstra Pride, advance to face top-seeded James Madison in semifinals on Saturday.

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UMBC’s season ends in AEC semis

The Retrievers got swept but the Albany Great Dane in the semifinals of the America East tournament, but their 18 wins are the most since 2013.

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Mixing youth and experience is Blue Jays challenge

Nancy Funk is confident in the talent her team has, but with only three seniors and the rest underclassmen, it’s a matter of finding the right combinations.

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Hounds swept by Mids in season finale

Navy swept Loyola in the final game of the regular season. While the Mids are headed to the Patriot League tournament, Loyola’s season is finished.

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Terps serve 13 aces in sweep of Rutgers

Maryland got back in the win column with a three-set sweep of Rutgers that included 13 aces and the team hitting .266 on their attack.

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Retrievers fall to Hartford on Senior Day, 3-1

UMBC had their postseason status all wrapped up, so their loss to Hartford was meaningless, though they did want to send their seniors out with a win.

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JHU falls to Juniata in NCAA 2nd Round

Johns Hopkins couldn’t break a tough Juniata defense as their season ended with a second-round loss to the Eagles in the NCAA Tournament, 3-1.

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