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MM 12.18: Maryland field hockey’s Hope Rose earns All-American honors

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

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Maryland field hockey forward Hope Rose was named a first-team All-American by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association last Tuesday.

Rose, a junior, has earned All-American honors every season since she arrived in College Park in 2021. She burst onto the scene as a freshman, earning first-team honors, before following that up with a strong sophomore campaign that landed her on the second team.

Rose was the primary focus of the Terps’ attack in 2023, scoring 13 goals — a team high — and adding two assists to finish second on the team in points. Her tenacity also earned her All-Big Ten first-team accolades and a selection to the NFHCA Mid-Atlantic Region first team.

On the international stage, Rose competed for the United States U-21 national team in the recent FIH Hockey Women’s Junior World Cup. She led the team with five goals in six games.

In other news

Andrew Chodes and Colin McNamara discussed how this year’s transfer cycle has affected Maryland football on the Testudo Talk Podcast.

Ryan Alonardo profiled Maryland women’s basketball walk-on Mary Sareen.

Former Maryland football player Nick Cross recorded his first career NFL interception.

Maryland gymnasts Natalie Martin and Emma Silberman were named Big Ten Gymnasts to Watch.