The Maryland baseball team already stands nine games above .500 with one series victory over a ranked ACC team, North Carolina State. Atop the lineup stands Charlie White, the fleet-footed center fielder hitting .273 in 28 games. He leads the Terrapins with 30 hits, 19 RBI, 15 stolen bases and one appearance on “SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays,” thanks to this backhanded diving catch at Wake Forest over the weekend.

Maryland visited George Mason on Tuesday afternoon and returns home Wednesday for a 6 p.m. first pitch against Mount Saint Mary’s. In their final ACC season, the Terps are fourth in the Atlantic Division, three full games behind Clemson in the conference standings.