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MM 12.30: Maryland women’s soccer picks up two transfers

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

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Maryland women’s soccer head coach Meghan Ryan Nemzer has made additions in the transfer portal after finishing 11th in the Big Ten in the 2022 season. The team announced on Wednesday that it added sophomore goalkeeper Liz Beardsley and junior midfielder Maggie Fralin.

Beardsley played her first two seasons at the University of Georgia, starting 14 matches for the Bulldogs during the 2022 season. She won plenty of games in net, with a record of 8-5-1, including six shutouts. With Maryland’s main goalkeeper last season being a senior in Madeline Smith, Nemzer brought in Beardsley to take over the starting spot in 2023.

Fralin will play her senior season at Maryland after playing her first three years at the University of Virginia. In her sophomore season, she was part of a team that was ranked No. 1 in the nation for some time and made the NCAA Tournament. Fralin grew up in Richmond, Virginia and has now moved across the DMV to help bring some of her winning experience to a program in need of a winning culture.

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