A number of Maryland baseball standouts have performed well in various summer leagues so far. Here's an update on how some Terps have been playing:

Nine Terps currently play in the New England Collegiate Baseball League: Devin Russell, Chris Hacopian, Brayden Martin, Alex Calarco, Ryan Van Buren, Elijah Lambros, Michael Iannazzo, Jacob Orr and Andrew Johnson.

One of the best players has been Iannazzo, who leads the Danbury Westerners with a .342 batting average and .432 on-base percentage. Calarco has four doubles, two home runs and eight RBIs in 11 games.

The only Terp in the Appalachian League is pitcher Duke McCarron. He made four appearances for the Kingsport Axmen and led the team with two wins and eight total strikeouts.

Three Maryland players play in the Cal Ripken Sr. Collegiate Baseball League: Jordan Crosland, Evan Smith and EJ Hankerson. In 14 games, Crosland has a double, a home run and six RBIs. Smith, meanwhile, has struck out 10 batters in just over nine innings and Hankerson has a double, a triple and an RBI this season.

In other news

Former Terp Matt Shaw hit his second home run of the week on Thursday.

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