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Sarah Myers leaving Maryland women’s basketball as graduate transfer

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Maryland women’s basketball junior guard Sarah Myers is transferring out of the program, head coach Brenda Frese confirmed at the team’s awards banquet Tuesday night.

Despite being just a junior, Myers is about to complete her degree in kinesiology next month. The Cumming, Georgia, product will look to further her academic and athletic career closer to home, Frese said. Georgia and Georgia Tech are within 70 miles of her hometown, and former Maryland teammate and fellow Cumming native Jenna Staiti plays for the Bulldogs, but it’s unclear where Myers will end up.

Myers may not have had the largest impact on the court throughout her time in College Park, but she was often cited as a great teammate known for her exuberant attitude and strong work ethic. In 82 career appearances, she averaged 1.5 points in 8.9 minutes per game. In March, she was honored with a Big Ten Sportsmanship Award.

At the banquet, the Terrapins also announced their team awards for the season. Unsurprisingly, junior guard Kaila Charles took home the MVP award, while freshmen Taylor Mikesell and Shakira Austin were named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively.

In other news

Lamar broke down the three NBA Draft decisions that will dominate the men’s basketball offseason.

Maryland baseball’s tough season continues, as James Madison bullied the Terrapins at the Bob by a 14-1 margin on Tuesday afternoon.

A top-25 women’s lacrosse matchup will take place on Wednesday as the No. 2 Terps head to Washington, D.C. to face off against No. 24 Georgetown. Read Wes’ preview here.

Devyn King, a 2020 three-star cornerback from California, committed to Mike Locksley and the football program on Tuesday night.

Megan Taylor’s streak of six consecutive Defensive Player of the Week awards may have ended, but a resurgent Caroline Steele took home the Offensive Player of the Week award on Tuesday.

And on the men’s side, Anthony DeMaio was named to the USILA Team of the Week after dominating against Rutgers on Sunday.