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MM 1.10: Anthony Cowan Jr. named to midseason Wooden Award watch list

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

Anthony Cowan Jr, Maryland men’s basketball vs Oakland Sarah Sopher / Testudo Times

As No. 12 Maryland basketball continues its 13-2 season, the spotlight is on its senior point guard Anthony Cowan Jr, who cracked the midseason Wooden Award watch list Thursday.

Cowan, who is averaging 16.7 points, 4.13 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game, was a unanimous Preseason All-Big Ten selection and was named the ninth ranked player in the country by ESPN.

Five other Big Ten representatives were named to the midseason list, including Iowa big man Luke Garza, who Maryland is scheduled to play Friday night.

Cassius Winston (Michigan State), Kaleb Wesson (Ohio State), Lamar Stevens (Penn State) and Zavier Simpson (Michigan) round off the four other Big Ten standouts on the watch list.

In other news

No. 12 Maryland men’s basketball will play Iowa Friday in Iowa City. Here’s what you should know before the game tips off at 7 p.m. ET.

Cody explored the improved presence from Donta Scott and Jalen Smith down low in the Terps’ two recent victories.

Jordan broke down the Terps’ success on both sides of the court in their win against Ohio State.

Check out the latest Testudo Times Podcast, where Matt and Lila discuss the latest for Maryland men’s basketball.

Fresh off a comeback win against the Buckeyes, No. 17 Maryland women’s basketball fell to Iowa on the road.

Maryland athletics is honoring #FearlessWomen this week.

Get to know “The Mop Kid” from the Ohio State game.

Darryl Morsell brings key toughness to the Terps.

Maryland men's lacrosse continues to get ready for the upcoming 2020 season.

Coach Mark Montgomery and the softball team took to the practice field with the season quickly approaching.

Maryland wrestling brought #TurtlePower to the rankings

Be sure to keep an eye out on Mikella Lefebvre-Oatis and the Terps track and field team this spring.

The start of the season is almost here for Maryland gymnastics.