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Maryland beats top seed UCLA to advance to Super Regional

[tweet https://twitter.com/NCAACWS/status/605617427762642946] It was a late one, but it was worth it for Maryland baseball fans. At the stroke of 2 a.m. ET back east in College Park, the Terps topped No. 1 overall seed UCLA out west in the Los Angeles Regional final to earn the school’s second consecutive Super Regional berth. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tournament bracket ] Maryland will face Virginia in a best-of-three Super Regionals series. The Terps never trailed in the game before winning 2-1 as Maryland reliever Kevin Mooney struck out UCLA’s Darrel Miller with runners on first and third in the top of the

Video: Michigan CF Jackson Glines makes another highlight-reel catch

Jackson Glines strikes again! [ MORE: View the official NCAA tournament bracket ] Just last week, in Michigan’s Big Ten tourney opener vs. Indiana, the center fielder sprinted back toward the fence to make a highlight-reel grab that earned #BTNStandout honors. Well, in Friday afternoon’s NCAA tournament opener vs. Bradley, Glines made an equally impressive, and rather similar, catch. Watch the catch above and relive Glines’ Big Ten tourney highlight in the tweet below. [ MORE: Video: Indiana turns rarest of rare triple plays ] #BTNStandout alert: @umichbaseball CF Jackson Glines goes back, leaves his feet, and makes an incredible

Maryland baseball coach John Szefc suspended two games

Maryland head baseball coach John Szefc will serve a two-game NCAA suspension because of his ejection from Sunday’s Big Ten tournament title game. Szefc was ejected during the top of the seventh inning by home plate umpire Jim Schaly in Maryland’s 4-3 loss to Michigan. “I apologize for my actions during Sunday’s game and I regret that I won’t be able to lead the team at the start of regionals.” Szefc said in a team release. “I take full responsibility for my behavior and will accept the two-game suspension. Though I’m disappointed I won’t be in the dugout for our