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MM 6.3: Former women’s basketball player Sarah Myers rejoins program as Director of Recruiting Operations

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Sarah Myers, a women’s basketball player from 2016-2019, is rejoining the program as the Director of Recruiting Operations, the team announced Wednesday.

This is the first time since the 2019-20 season that the team has had someone in this position. The last person to hold the position was Lindsey Spann, a current Maryland women’s basketball assistant coach.

“We are thrilled to bring Sarah back home,” head coach Brenda Frese said in a press release. “As a former alum of our program Sarah has always had dreams of coaching that she shared with me as a student-athlete. It’s awesome to turn that dream into a reality. She will be a tremendous addition to our players and staff.”

During her three seasons in College Park, Myers played in 82 games and helped the Terps make the Sweet Sixteen in 2017.

Myers spent her last season of eligibility at Samford University before becoming a graduate assistant for the Bulldogs this past season.

“I am delighted to return to my alma mater and reunite with my Maryland Terrapin family,” Myers said.

In other news

Former Maryland football linebacker Cortez Andrews is headed to Tallahassee.

Former Maryland women’s basketball star Kristi Toliver is climbing the WNBA three-point leader rankings.

Maryland athletics congratulated Duke men’s basketball head coach-in-waiting Jon Scheyer in a unique way.

Maryland baseball left College Park for Greenville, North Carolina for its first NCAA regional appearance since 2017.

Maryland men’s basketball showed its support for former Terps as the Atlanta Hawks defeated the New York Knicks to advance to the next round of playoffs.