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MM 9.14: Maryland volleyball libero Milan Gomillion earns Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors

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

Courtesy of Maryland Athletics

Maryland volleyball libero Milan Gomillion earned her second Big Ten Freshman of the Week title in a row. Gomillion is the first volleyball Terp to earn back-to-back freshman of the week honors since Maryland joined the Big Ten six years ago.

During this past weekend’s Charm City Challenge, Gomillion had 51 digs and 23 errorless service receptions. The Terps went 3-0 on the weekend, all three matches being sweeps.

Gomillion’s 51 digs bring her season total to 155, the highest total on the Terps. She has the second-highest amount of assists at 18 and has five service aces.

Maryland will host the Maryland Challenge this weekend at the Xfinity Pavilion and will face off against Akron on Friday, then Stony Brook and Columbia on Saturday.

In other news

Dylan graded Maryland’s football positions after the team had a dominating win over Howard.

Maryland football announced its game against Kent State will state at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 25.

Maryland football’s Dontay Demus Jr. currently has the longest streak in the country for touchdown catches in consecutive games.

Maryland field hockey’s Anna Castaldo scored her first goal of the season in a 4-0 victory of Cal.

Maryland women’s golf starts off its season with the Cougar Classic.

Maryland volleyball’s Sydney Dowler named Solomon Eye Associates Terp of the Week.