Maryland women’s basketball guard Taylor Mikesell was selected to the USA Women’s Pan-American Games team on Monday.
Mikesell, a rising sophomore, is the youngest player on the 12-player roster. She and Team USA will compete in Lima, Peru, from Aug. 6-10. Fellow Terp Stephanie Jones was at trials but didn't make the cut.
The Big Ten Freshman of the Year averaged 13.4 points and 3.5 rebounds last season in College Park, shooting 41 percent from behind the arc to set a program record for three-pointers made in a single season (95).
And this isn’t her first time representing her country. Mikesell won bronze with USA Basketball at the U17 World Cup in 2016. This time, she’ll look to bring home gold.
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Mikesell will have a new teammate in College Park next season. Former Tennessee forward Amira “Mimi” Collins, who is a Maryland native, announced her intention to transfer to the Terps on Monday.
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Maryland baseball’s AJ Lee was named the Big Ten Player of the Week on Monday. Lee had three home runs, eight runs scored and six RBIs to lead the Terps to a series sweep over Iowa.
The team will compete as the No. 6-seed in the Big Ten tournament, which starts on Wednesday. The team traveled to Omaha, Nebraska, for the event on Monday.
Jersey travel swag on the way to Omaha— Maryland Baseball (@TerpsBaseball) May 20, 2019
Who did it best? #DirtyTerps pic.twitter.com/H4YIwJE7Sk
And Maryland track & field will have 18 participants at the NCAA East Prelims this weekend, double the total of last season.
• 18 Terps traveling to NCAA East Prelims in Jacksonville‼️— Maryland Track & Field (@MarylandTrack) May 20, 2019
• Doubled our number of NCAA 1st Round Qualifiers from 2018#FearTheTurtle pic.twitter.com/fFavKN2WZD