March 21, 2013
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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.
The Last Meeting
March 11, 2012
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.
How to Catch the Games
Live play-by-play be available on WakeForestSports.com. 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.
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.
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