- MAC North Champions: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
- MAC Regional Champions: 2005, 2007, 2009
- MAC Regional Runner-Up: 2006, 2011, 2014
- GO TERPS!
Important Tryout Schedule Update: Tryouts will now be moved to Friday and Sunday at Riverdale Park due to the weather and field availability. Friday will start at 4pm, and Sunday's time is still to be determined. Please stay updated on this page for any further changes. Thank you!
Fall 2017 Tryout Information:
All prospective and returning members must be registered on the UMD club sports roster in order to tryout. Registration can be done at https://umsporttool.umd.edu/#/clubs.
The tryout schedule is as follows:
Monday September 4, 10AM-1PM @Riverdale Park
Wednesday September 6, 4:30-7PM @Riverdale Park
Friday September 8, 4-7PM @Riverdale Park
Attendance for all three tryouts is not mandatory especially given Labor day on Monday. All members trying out will be expected to have baseball pants, cleats, and a glove. Bats and batting helmets will be provided.
The address for Riverdale Park field is:
5400 Haig Dr, Riverdale, MD 20737
If you have any questions feel free to email email@example.com, and please be sure to be registered. Thank you!
Fall 2017 Interest Meeting
Welcome everyone to a new school year! We will be holding our fall informational meeting on Wednesday, August 30th from 5:30-6pm in the Natatorium Studio of Eppley Recreation Center. The room is located on the lowest level towards the men's locker room side. We will be going over the baseball club, fall season, and more information regarding tryouts this fall. Prospective and returning members can sign up online in advance at: https://umsporttool.umd.edu/#/clubs. Any questions/concerns can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2017 Tryouts!
Tryouts will take place as listed below:
Tuesday February 7th (@ICA Bubble): 10-12pm
Wednesday February 8th (@ICA Bubble): 10-12pm
Sunday February 12th (@Xfinity Turf): 3-7pm
Monday February 13th (@Xfinity Turf): 4-6pm ** If necessary
The ICA bubble is located right next to the UMD golf course.
All those who wish to try out must register online at recwell.umd.edu. Once you have signed up for “Club Baseball” through Sport Tool, you will be redirected to complete an online waiver. After completing the waiver, you will receive an email for confirmation. You MUST confirm through email in order to be eligible to try out.
If you were unable to attend the meeting, please click on the link and fill out the form accordingly:
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions! See you next week.
Spring Info Meeting!
We will be holding our spring informational meeting next Wednesday, February 1st at 7pm in the Eppley Multipurpose Room (located on the upper floor). We will be going over the spring season, tryouts, and required registration. If you did not previously register last fall, we recommend you bring a laptop to complete the online registration. If you cannot attend the meeting, we will post further information after the meeting.
Any further questions can be sent to email@example.com. Hope to see everyone there!
Tryouts schedule as follows:
Tuesday, September 6th at Riverdale Field at 4:30 -7pm
Wednesday, September 7th at Riverdale Field at 4:30- 7pm
Thursday, September 8th at Riverdale Field at 4:30-7pm
Friday, September 9th at Riverdale Field at 4:30-7pm
Please refer to our Facebook Page, "Maryland Club Baseball" for more information regarding location and details for the tryouts
Information Meeting 8/30 at 8pm!!
Welcome back everyone! We will be holding our fall informational meeting at 8 pm on Tuesday, August 30th in the Eppley Recreation Center Multipurpose Room. It is located upstairs in the gym next to the set of lockers. We will be going over tryout, practice and game information for the upcoming fall season. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any further questions. Please like our Facebook Page "Maryland Club Baseball" for further updates.
Spring Recap and Moving Forward!
The Terps finished the 2016 season 14-12 overall, with a 10-5 record in conference. Despite their streak of making Regionals ended, the Terps finished second in the conference with quality wins over JMU, Montgomery College (2nd Best JUCO in Maryland) and Anne Arundel CC. We also had a number of players selected for post season awards including 2nd Team All American,1st Team All Region Reliever George Gaylord (Soph), 2nd Team All Region Catcher Dalton Durocher (Senior), 2nd Team All Region DH Caldwell Clarke (Senior), 2nd Team All Region Pitcher Thayer Seely (Soph) and 3rd Team All Region Outfielder Eric Coholan (Freshman).
Any teams looking to play games in the fall should contact us at email@example.com. More information regarding tryouts for the Fall season will be posted closer to the start of the school year.
Please like our Facebook Page "Maryland Club Baseball" for updates regarding the Fall 2016 Season.
Thank you Seniors and best of luck in the future!
Spring 2016 Tryouts
Welcome back! We will be holding tryouts for the spring semester this week! The schedule is as follows:
2/16: Golf Course Bubble 10pm-midnight. Pitchers and catchers for bullpens but position players are invited to come hit
2/17: Xfinity Turf 4pm-6pm. Infielders and outfielders evaluations
2/20: Xfinity turf 9am-3pm. Will be split into two sessions for batting practice and batting practice scrimmage.
Any further questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2016 Season
Welcome to the official page of the D1 Club baseball team. After a successful fall, we will be holding another series of tryouts in the spring during the week of February 15th-20th so look out for more information regarding that! Any questions can be directed to email@example.com
Fall Informational Meeting
Our fall informational meeting will take on September 3rd in the ERC Multipurpose room at 8pm. Anyone interested in trying out should attend as we will discuss our fall season and tryouts. Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and all information about the meeting will be posted on our facebook page.
Spring 2015 Season Recap
Following up a successful 2014 campaign, the Terps once again returned to Martinsville, VA for the Regional Tournament. This however, the Terps came in as the Mid Atlantic North conference champions, winning the conference for the first time since 2011. The season started off slow for the Terps as they battled the harsh winter conditions. When it came time to play, the Terps were swept by a strong #1 ECU club. Returning back to form, the Terps would go on to win every conference series to finish 12-3 in conference, beating JMU, UVA, GWU and William and Mary on the way. The Terps also played games against Salisbury University and Drexel.
In Martinsville, the Terps took game one Friday night against Ohio behind a strong pitching performance and constant attack by the offense. In game two, the Terps went toe to toe with ECU before falling in the late innings. With the season on the line, Maryland faced the Bobcats of Ohio once again. In a pitching and defensive battle, the Terps season ended on a walk off in the bottom of the ninth. It was a great season and with a young team, the Terps will look to be back in Martinsville again next year. We wish the best of luck to our seniors!
In regards to the fall season, any prospective players or teams looking for games can email us at email@example.com for more information. Also, if any interested in participating in a fall tournament in College Park in October is of interest, please let us know. Thanks!
Spring 2015 Season
After a successful fall season, the Terps will look to repeat their past success and return back to Martinsville, VA for the Mid Atlantic Regional. The road will not be easy as the 2015 schedule is loaded with tough competition both in and out conference. The Terps will face 2014 World Series teams and powerhouses East Carolina and Delaware along with 2013 World Series Champion Penn State all in one weekend! Additionally, 2014 conference champions James Madison and University of Massachusetts are on the schedule. Other out of conference games include Towson, Salisbury, 2014 North Atlantic Regional runner up Drexel and Anne Arundel Community College. Stay tuned for more information about tryouts and make sure to like us on Facebook! Lastly, any questions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Maryland vs. Drexel - Game 1
After a lackluster, sloppy warmup that ended with head coach Matt Shin slinging his fungo bat into the backstop in rage, the University of Maryland's Division 1 Club Baseball team responded in grand fashion, thumping the Drexel Dragons 9-4. The Terps received a terrific pitching performance from Steven Hulk "Hoagie" Hogan and Pradip Ramasomething, who recorded the final nine outs to earn the save. Despite his deliberate pace, Hogan cruised through 6 innings, slaying eight Dragons via the strikeout. Offensively, the Terps were led by home runs from Dalton Durocher and Patrick "Kuckoo" Kukalis. Ben Strack (AKA The Human Strackuum Cleaner) had 3 hits and scored a pair of runs and All-American Dylan Kletter scored twice as well. "We put our foot on gas and never let up," explained left fielder Miguel Flores, "They were some straight booty." The Terps play a doubleheader tomorrow to wrap up the weekend.
Fall 2014 Tryouts
Anyone that is interested in trying out for club team should plan on attending the informational meeting during the first week of classes. It will be in the ERC Multipurpose Room starting at 8:30 on Thursday September 4th. The meeting will cover more informational about club baseball, tryouts and the necessary forms that must be filled out. Tryouts will begin the following Monday and run until Thursday.
You need to:
1) Fill out the CRS waiver and turn it in at tryouts.
Scroll down and Click Print Waiver
-Open it...Print it....Fill out BOTH sides.... Staple..... Return to us.
2) Register online:
Scroll Down Click Member Add
- Fill this out, but your name will not be listed until you signed a waiver and have done the online registration.
September 8th starting at 5 at Riverdale
September 9th starting at 5 at Riverdale
September 10th starting at 5 at Riverdale for intersquad day 1
September 11th starting at 5 at Riverdale for intersquad day 2
Check out this video about our team!
Special thanks to Katie for creating this awesome video!
Three Terps named to Mid Atlantic All Region Team!
Congrats to 2B Dylan Kletter, SS Ben Strack and OF Andrew Dane for being named to the Mid Atlantic 1st Team All Region squad after spectacular seasons!
Additionally, the Terps finish the season ranked 19th on the country!
Terps are MAC Regional Runner Ups
For the first time since 2011, the Terps advanced to the MAC regional as the at large bid. With the odds stacked against them, the Terps advanced to the Regional Final before falling to ECU.
In the first game, ECU took the Terps 10-2, taking advantage of 5 errors. Facing elimination in game two, the Terps responded with a 7-2 disposal of the Mid Atlantic West Champion Ohio. In a rematch of the conference championship, the Terps sent the Dukes of JMU home with a 10-4 win. Again facing elimination, the Terps controlled the last game 3-2 until late in the game and eventually ran out of magic. On the weekend, the Terps were led by Ben Strack (11-18, 7 RBI), Dalton Durocher (10-18), Dylan Kletter (7-14, hit for the cycle) and Andrew Dane (9-19, 6R).
We wish the seniors the best of luck as they move forward and the returning Terps will look to build on their success in the fall!
Maryland D1 Club Baseball
The Maryland D1 Club Baseball team plays in the competitive Mid-Atlantic North Conference. Also in the conference is James Madison University, University of Virginia, Virginia Tech and George Washington University.
The Terps received the at large bid to the Mid Atlantic Regional Tournament May 9th-11th in Martinsville, VA. In the first game the Terps will face ECU and in the other game JMU faces off against Ohio. The winner of the regional will move onto the World Series in Tampa!
Tejus Kulkarni Wins Pitcher of the Week!
Congrats Tk for being named the Conference Pitcher of the Week! For the second week in a row, the Terps take the title.
Terps Sweep GWU
The Terps swept George Washington University to improve to 7-2 in conference, 8-4 overall. In game one, Tejus Kulkarni no hit GW and received 16 runs of support in a 5 inning mercy rule. Tejus had 7 strike outs and no walks. The Terps jumped out to an early 1-0 lead after Kletter was walked in. In the 2nd, the Terps pushed across 5 more runs after hits from Strack, Kletter, Clarke and Putnam. The game then exploded in the 3rd after the Terps scored 9 runs! Overall, the Terps were led by Flores (2-2, 3 R), Abramson (2-3, HR) and Putnam (2-2, 2 BB 2R).
In game two, the Terps picked up from the game before by winning 10-0 in in 6 innings. The Terps used a 6 run 5th to open up to a 9-0 lead. Oscar Giret got the win after pitching 5 shut out innings. Abramson relieved to complete the shut out. The Terps were led offensively by Ramamurti (2-3, 2B) and Descalzi (1-4, 3RBI's).
On Sunday at Baysox Stadium, the Terps had to overcome a late deficit to complete the sweep. After 5 innings, the Terps were up 2-1 following runs from Flores and Betz. Then in the 6th, GW took advantage of two walks and four singles to score 3 runs and take a 4-2 lead. The Terps threatened in the 7th after getting runners on first and second with one out but failed to score. In the 8th, Strack led off with a single and Osmundsen followed three batters later with a walk. After a double steal, Matt Shin singled up the middle to tie the game. After two scoreless innings, Strack shut down GW in the 9th to get the win after Dylan Kletter singled in Miguel Flores. Flores had started the 9th with a lead off triple.
The Terps return to action April 26th-27th with a three game series against JMU. The winner of the series will clinch the Mid Atlantic North and clinch a post season birth.
Justin Sawyer Wins Pitcher of the Week
After receiving the shut out win against a powerful VT lineup, Justin Sawyer was rewarded with the Conference Pitcher of the Week!Congrats Justin!
Terps Win the War Against Virginia Tech!
The Maryland Terps Club Baseball team took two of three exhilerating games. Every inning was a battle and the Terps were able to finish on top. The Terps fell in a heartbreaker during the first game 9-8 after a walk off homerun by VT in the bottom of the 10th. Dylan Kletter and Miguel Flores each added two hits, with Kletter hitting a homerun in the first inning.
Game two was a much different story as the bats went silent for both teams, but the Terps prevailed 1-0. Justin Sawyer would get the win after throwing 4.2 innings of shut out ball while only surrending three hits. Adam Abramson relieved Sawyer to get the save. The lone run for the terps came after an RBI single by Flores to score Brent Saferstein.
The series finale was nothing short of great baseball as both teams continued to battle all game in front of a large crowd. The Terps would eventually win in the 12th inning when the Terps finally went ahead for good after a 3 run 12th. Entering the top of the 9th inning, the Terps were trailing 11-9. After a single by Ben Strack and walk by Chris Descalzi, Andrew Dane came to the plate with two outs. Cam Brown, running for Descalzi scored the tying run after a two RBI single by Dane. There was a minor incident at the plate after the catcher dropped the ball but the Umpire ruled the play legal. In the 12th, Flores, Durocher and Strack all scored after hits by Kletter, Strack and a perfectly executed two out play. Sam Denenberg would get the W. At the plate, the Terps were led by Sterling Swann (2-5), Benji Berg (2-3, 3 Runs scored) and Dylan Kletter (4-6).
The Terps improved to 4-4 on the season and 4-2 in conference play. The Terps return to action next week against GWU. GO Terps!
Terps Take Series from Virginia
In the battle of border states, the Terps took 2 of 3 from those Wahoos of UVA. In game one, Oscar Giret threw a gem, pitching 6 innings and only giving up two runs. He was relieved by Sammy Denenberg who shut the door. The Terps were led by Caldwell Clarke (3-4, 1 RBI) and Andrew Dane (3-5, 1 3B) at the plate. Game two featured a pitching duel from Adam Abramson but the Terps eventually fell 3-1. In the rubber match, Dane, Brett Kohler and Dalton Durocher threw a combined shutout, giving up only 4 hits.
The Terps return to action against conference foe Virginia Tech April 5th.
Terps fall to #5 ECU
After a rainout on Saturday 3/8, the Terps played two 9 inning games on Sunday. The Terps fell in a close battle 7-5 in game 1, led by Dylan Kletter who was 2-3 at the plate. In game two, the Terps went down early and never were able to recover in a 11-3 loss. The Terps return to action 3/22 as they open up conference play against UVA