• 2016
  • In 2016, Papio started 50 times between center and right field and batted .261 with four home runs, a team-high four triples and eight doubles. (umterps.com)
  • Papio was also a contributor off the field during his career, earning Big Ten All-Academic honors twice and being honored by the Big Ten as Maryland's Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winner in 2016. (umterps.com)
  • games
  • In his first year as a coach, Papio helped the Terrapins win 38 games, the third-most in school history, and advance to the Winston-Salem Regional. (umterps.com)
  • A versatile outfielder, Papio started all 66 games during Maryland run to a second straight Super Regional appearance. (umterps.com)
  • As a sophomore, Papio started 53 games as the Terps advanced to their first NCAA Regional since 1971. (umterps.com)
  • season
  • Papio spent one season as a student assistant coach during the 2017 season after a five-year college playing career. (umterps.com)
  • program
  • Maryland's three winningest seasons in program history have included Papio as either a player or coach (2014, 2015, 2017). (umterps.com)
  • Park
  • After a standout playing career in College Park, Anthony Papio is in his first year as Maryland's volunteer assistant coach after assuming the role in July of 2017. (umterps.com)
  • Papio finished his career as the winningest player in Maryland history as the Terps captured 174 victories over his five seasons in College Park. (umterps.com)