Baseball Gameday - Wake Forest at Maryland

March 21, 2013

Wake Forest at Maryland

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest will leave Winston-Salem for the first time in conference play and for the first weekend since the season began in mid-February when it travels to Maryland for a three-game series against the Terrapins.

How to Catch the Games
• Live play-by-play be available on Steven Wright will have the call for all three games.
• Be sure to follow the team on Twitter (@WakeBaseball) for all news and updates regarding the Demon Deacons.

Last Time Out
• Coastal Carolina scored twice in the eighth to tie the game and once in the night to take the lead en route to a 7-6 win over Wake Forest on Tuesday night.
Kevin Jordan (3-for-3) was just a home run away from the cycle, and Evan Stephens turned in his fifth 3+ hit game of the season in the loss.
• Stephens also stole two bases, while Brett Armour had two hits.

This Weekend's Opponent
• Maryland enters the weekend six games above .500 at 13-7 overall and 2-4 in the ACC.
• The Terrapins are hitting .297 as a team and have five players hitting above .300. Blake Schmit (.359), Charlie White (.352) and Kyle Convissar (.351) are all above the .350 mark through 20 games.
• Speed has been the name of the game for Maryland, as the Terps are 52-for-64 on the base paths. White leads the way at 18-for-22 this season.

Series History
• Wake Forest is 97-55-1 all-time against Maryland.
• The Demon Deacons swept the Terrapins each of the last two seasons - once in College Park and once in Winston-Salem - and have won eight straight in the series.
• Maryland's last win against Wake Forest cme on May 20, 2010 in Winston-Salem.

Next Up
•Wake Forest will return home for a midweek contest against Western Carolina on Tuesday at 6 p.m. before hitting the road again next weekend with a trip to Georgia Tech

The Last Meeting
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March 11, 2012
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wake Forest Sweeps Maryland with 4-3 Win
Mark Rhine and Brett Armour both blasted their first home runs of the season to help Wake Forest sweep Maryland on Sunday afternoon with a 4-3 win at Gene Hooks Field at Wake Forest Baseball Park.



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