Two Maryland softball players earned Big Ten weekly honors, the conference announced on Monday.
Sophomore catcher Kiley Goff was named Big Ten Co-Player of the Week after an impressive week at the plate. This marks the first conference honor of her young career. Goff had a .625 batting average in the Terps’ five games last week in addition to posting a .750 slugging percentage and .786 on-base percentage. She also scored six runs and stole three bases. Goff also had a perfect week defensively, recording 24 putouts with no errors.
Junior pitcher Courtney Wyche was named Big Ten Co-Pitcher of Week as well, the first time a Maryland pitcher has earned the award since joining the conference. Wyche shut down opposing batters, throwing three complete games and allowing only two earned runs. She had 20 strikeouts and allowed just 11 hits, bringing her season record to 12-5 and her ERA to 2.19.
Both of Wyche’s earned runs last week came in the series finale against Minnesota, a 4-3 comeback win that earned the Terps a series win to continue what has been one of the best seasons in program history. Maryland was down 3-2 in the top of the seventh inning, but it grabbed its first lead of the game after a sacrifice fly by senior catcher Katie Dustin scored two runs.
With six regular season games remaining and postseason play still to come, the Terps are now 26-19, their most overall wins in a season since 2015. The team’s 12 conference victories are its most since 2013. They’ll try to keep the momentum rolling for their series at Michigan State this upcoming weekend.
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Head Coach @kellyghovland’s final thoughts from the 2022 @BigTen Conference Championship!⛳️— Maryland Women's Golf (@TerpsWGolf) April 25, 2022
Onward we go!
Recap ➡️ https://t.co/E2H82ltLzc@bigtenchamps #OwnTheResponse #GolfTerps #OneMaryland #B1GWGolf #B1G pic.twitter.com/4pqG2Zhls6
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Finishing with a dub!— Maryland Men’s Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) April 25, 2022
The boys capped off the spring slate with a 1-0 win over WVU. pic.twitter.com/j1L6x249hC
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