Your weekly roundup of Maryland’s non-revenue sports.

Men’s soccer

Sophomore Tsubasa Endoh scored one goal and added two assists as Maryland men’s soccer team defeated Duke, 3-1, in front of a Ludwig Field-record crowd of 8,397 on Friday night. Alex Prewitt was at the game, and here’s his recap.

Two days later, the Terps fell to VCU, 3-2.

The 24th-ranked Terrapins (1-2-1) visit No. 4 North Carolina on Friday night at 7.

Anna Dessoye. (University of Maryland photo)

Field Hockey

The Terrapins remained undefeated after a 3-0 win over Old Dominion on Friday and an 8-3 win over Drexel on Sunday. Sophomore Anna Dessoye scored twice in the first half against the Monarchs, and six Maryland players scored in the rout of the Dragons.

The second-ranked Terps host Columbia on Saturday at 11 a.m. and Miami (Ohio) on Sunday at 2 p.m. as part of the Terrapin Invitational.


Maryland went undefeated to win the title at last weekend’s Maryland Invitational, improving to 5-1 after knocking off Missouri-Kansas City, LIU-Brooklyn and Pennsylvania. The Terps came back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat UMKC on Friday and won six of seven sets against LIU and Penn and Saturday.

Maryland hosts New Hamshire on Friday and George Mason and Villanova on Saturday.


The Terrapins men’s golf team opened the season with a 14th-place finish at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invite on Monday in Colorado Springs. Senior Sean Bosdosh finished tied for 16th at 1 over par after his 73-70-74 — 217.

The women’s golf team finished 18th at the Cougar Classic in Hanahan, S.C. Emily Gimpel led the Terps with a 226 (76-75-75), tying for 50th individually.