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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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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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Terps draw record crowd against Penn State

Though they suffered another tough loss, the Maryland volleyball team drew an XFINITY Center Pavilion record crowd of 1,808 for their match against Penn State.

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Terps get swept by No. 2 Minnesota

Maryland freshman Gia Milana continues to have an all-conference level of a season but the Terps continue to be over-powered by top-ranked teams.

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Terps volleyball shocks No. 19 Buckeyes, 3-2

Maryland trailed two sets to one against No. 19 Ohio State but used 15 blocks and eight kills in the match to come back to earn a shocking upset.

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Terps can’t close out match against #16 Michigan

Maryland won the first two sets and were caught in a battle in a back-and-forth fifth set but were unable to get the win against the No. 16 team in the country.

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Terps get swept by No. 2 Nebraska

Maryland simply didn’t have the hitting to hand with the defending national champion Nebraska Cornhuskers on Sunday, falling in three sets.

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Milana posts 20 kills, but Terps swept by Iowa

Gia Milana smacked 20 kills against Iowa, but the Maryland volleyball team simply didn’t have enough other firepower to avoid being swept.

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Terps battle, but fall to No. 24 Illinois, 3-2

Maryland led in every set against the nationally-ranked Illinois Fighting Illini, but could not close out enough sets for the victory.

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