Maryland Baseball Terrapins 2023 Big Ten Champs

06/01/2023

Since April 2022, our expert in Motor Preferences is working with Maryland Terrapins Baseball staff and players.

A lot of records are broken since! But it is possible only because players & coaches have been involved into the approach and use it daily.

Let's see the impact of Motor Preferences:

2022 Team Numbers To Know

1: Maryland won its first-ever conference championship.

2: The Terps had two players (Chris Alleyne and Matt Shaw) with 20 home runs in a season for the first time ever.

5: Maryland won its fifth-ever conference championship (1936 Southern, 1965 ACC, 1970 ACC, 1971 ACC, 2022 Big Ten).

6: Maryland hit six home runs for the third time this season.

10: The Terps scored 10 or more runs for the 10 time in 12 games and 22 times this season.

18: Maryland added to its school-record for conference wins a season, now at 18-5.

18: Maryland's 18 hits were the second-most in a game this season, and most in a Big Ten game.

19: Maryland added to its school-record for road wins in a season, now at 19-7.

21: The Terps were 21-4 when scoring in the first inning of a game this season.

33: The Terps were 33-7 when scoring first in the game.

44: Maryland won its school-record 44th game, as the Terps surpassed the former record of 42, set in 2015.

121: Maryland was second in the nation in most home runs with 121. Only Tennessee (133) had more.

572: Runs scored by the Terps

 

2023 Team Numbers To Know

1: Maryland won its first-ever Big Ten Tournament Championship and its 2nd conference championship.

1.22: Maryland concluded its four-game run in the Big Ten Tournament with a team ERA of 1.22

5: Over the course of the Big Ten Tournament, Maryland's pitching staff only allowed five runs across 37 innings

6: Maryland has now six conference championships in baseball (Big Ten: 2022, 2023; ACC: 1965, 1970, 1971; Southern: 1936)

8: The Terps won all eight of their Big Ten series in 2023.

10: Overall six Terps, Elijah Lambros (14), Nick Lorusso (22), Ian Petrutz (13), Matt Shaw (23), Luke Shliger (11) and Matt Woods (11) have hit 10-plus home runs so far this season.

22: The Terps secured their 22nd consecutive Big Ten series win, extending a streak that began in April 2021.

542: Maryland added to its nation-leading runs scored total with seven in the game for 542 overall, averaging 9.7 per game (second to Campbell, 9.9).

By the end of may 2023, Maryland leads the Big Ten this season in virtually every meaningful offensive category, including batting average (.312), hits (660), home runs (123), runs (555), total bases (1,190), on-base percentage (.431) and slugging percentage (.562). It ranks second nationally in homers and third in slugging.