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MM 11.30: 5 Maryland field hockey players earn all-region recognition

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

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Five Maryland players were named to the All-Mid Atlantic Region Team, the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced Wednesday.

Goalie Alyssa Klebasko, attacker Hope Rose and defender Rayne Wright were named to the first team, while attackers Maci Bradford and Margot Lawn earned second-team honors.

Klebasko started 16 games as a freshman, maintaining a 1.02 goals against average and a .838 save percentage.

Rose, an All-Big Ten first team selection, scored a team-leading 13 goals. Wright, also named to the all-conference first team, started all 23 games on the Terps’ backline.

Bradford and Lawn were both key cogs on Maryland’s attack, scoring 25 and 30 points, respectively. Bradford seamlessly stepped into a starting role as a freshman while Lawn’s 30 points led all Terps.

In other news

Jack Parry recapped Maryland women’s basketball’s commanding 114-44 win over Niagara.

Andrew Chodes provided his takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s win Tuesday against Rider.

Shay Doron, a member of the 2006 Maryland women’s basketball national championship team, joined the Under The Shell podcast.

Maryland softball released its nonconference schedule.