Maryland women’s basketball forward Kaila Charles continues to rack up preseason honors, with high expectations going into her senior season.
On Wednesday, Charles was named one of 20 players to the watch list for Cheryl Miller Award, given to the nation’s best small forward. She was named the Big Ten Preseason Player of the Year earlier this week.
Charles was one of five finalists for the award in 2018-19 and looks to take it home this time around.
Last season, the small forward was named a All-Big Ten First Team selection after averaging 17 points and 6.7 rebounds per game, while also receiving All-American honors. Charles will be a key leader for the Terps this season, and the rest of country has certainly taken notice.
In other news
Maryland men’s basketball is extra hungry this season as a number of players continue to hold the loss to LSU in the 2019 NCAA Tournament close to their hearts.
Maryland football has been dealt a badhand with injuries this season, and we caught everyone up on the lingering ailments heading into the Minnesota game.
Wednesday was a double podcast kind of day, and I must say, it’s some of our best stuff. Go listen to our Maryland men’s basketball 2019-20 preview podcast, as well as our Terps in the Pros NBA preview podcast, where we were joined by Atlanta Hawks beat writer Chris Kirschner.
Alex wrote a fun article on a special game day tradition for one Maryland volleyball assistant coach. And volleyball also beat Northwestern in five sets Wednesday.
Maryland women’s soccer hits for the road for its second to last match of the regular season tonight. Here’s everything you need to know for the matchup against Michigan State.
Maryland men’s basketball released a special video on Jalen Smith.
With the Minnesota game coming up, Maryland football took a trip down memory lane.
Former Terp Jake Layman kicked off his NBA season Wednesday night.
Looks like Jake Layman is fitting in with his new squad quite nicely. @JLayman10 has 8 points in just 11 minutes for the Timberwolves at the half, and he's only missed one shot. Definitely showing he deserves a starting role. #HeATerppic.twitter.com/5djZxZpzcC— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) October 24, 2019
Maryland women’s basketball gave an inside look to its drills in practice Wednesday.
Working on our rebounding this morning with this 3-man weave to box out drill! https://t.co/gzfMzRwwB9— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) October 23, 2019
And Kaila Charles will be live for a Big Ten Q&A today to talk about the team.
Maryland men’s soccer is getting ready for the end of the season grind.
Maryland women’s soccer had a memorable season at Ludwig Field.