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MM 9.17: Maryland women’s soccer senior celebration slated for Sunday

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

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Maryland women’s soccer will recognize six members of its senior class, Adalee Broadbent, Katie Krotee, Emily McNesby, Madison Oracion, Loren Sefcik and Taylor Whitmer, during a pregame ceremony this Sunday against Ohio State.

Broadbent, a defender from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, received Academic All-Big Ten honors this past spring. The Woodlands, Texas native Krotee also received Academic All-Big Ten Honors this past spring.

McNesby, a 5-foot-5 forward from Chalfont, Pennsylvania, played in 12 games and started nine times this past spring. She has recorded four goals and two assists throughout her time as a Terrapin and received Academic All-Big Ten honors. Midfielder and defender Oracion has recorded 11 shots and a 0.455 shots-on-goal percentage throughout her time as a Terrapin. Oracion has also been recognized with Academic All-Big Ten Honors.

Sefcik, a midfielder from Medina, Ohio, has posted 15 points, 60 shots, five goals and five assists during her time on the team. The 5-foot-4 studio art major also has received Academic All-Big Ten honors.

Whitmer, a redshirt junior, is also a recipient of Academic All-Big Ten Honors and has one point as a Terp.

In other news

Lauren Rosh previewed Maryland’s Friday football game.

Maryland wrestling announced its conference schedule.

Colin McNamara previewed Maryland volleyball’s tournament this weekend.

Joseph Lotano previewed the Maryland men’s soccer game, which is slated for Friday night.

Men’s soccer enjoys seeing the stands filled with fans.

Maryland men’s basketball forward Donta Scott has received $50,000 for his GoFundMe.

Maryland football is getting set for its Friday night game at Illinois.