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Vote on the Testudo Times Terp of the Week

Who had the best week in Maryland athletics? You decide!

James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

It's time for our third Testudo Times Terp of the Week poll! In a stunning upset, Volleyball's Liz Twilley garnered 208 votes, beating both Will Likely (who broke a 76-year old record) and Sebastian Elney (who scored the game-winner in overtime to beat top-ranked UCLA). She took home 55 percent of the vote. We had 379 votes last week and hopefully we'll have even more this week.

This week's competition will feature Men's Soccer's Cody Niedermeier, Field Hockey's , Cross Country's Sydney Almeida, Volleyball's Liz Twilley, Women's Soccer's Alex Anthony, and Football's Brad Craddock.

Cody Niedermeier, Men's Soccer -

The senior goalkeeper had another great performance, recording four saves and shutting out the Michigan Wolverines in Maryland's Big Ten opener. It was his second shut-out of the season.

Sarah Sprink, Field Hockey -

The senior captain stepped up and scored her first three goals of the season on Sunday in a 6-1 win over American after Maryland fell to Albany on Friday. The win snapped Maryland's three game losing streak and got them back to .500.

Sydney Almeida, Cross Country -

The senior finished seventh overall at the Salty Dog Invitational and helped the Terps finish third overall as a team. Almeida was the top finisher on Maryland's team.

Liz Twilley, Volleyball -

Twilley is the defending Testudo Times Terp of the Week and led the Terps in kills again this week at the Kristen Dickmann Invitational. Maryland lost their first match of the season at the invitational but their tenth win of the season  against Navy helped them match their win total from last year.

Alex Anthony, Women's Soccer -

Although she didn't score against James Madison in a 1-0 loss, Anthony scored her team-leading fifth and sixth goals of the year against Yale in a 5-1 win on Sunday. Maryland has a 5-3 record heading into Big Ten play.

Brad Craddock, Football -

Craddock nailed both of his field goals and converted all three of his PAT attempts on Saturday in Maryland's loss to Bowling Green.