Maryland women’s basketball continued to rack up offseason honors as freshman guard Ashley Owusu was named to the Fab 15 Freshman list Thursday.
The list is released by Her Hoop Stats along with United States Basketball Writers Association representative Mel Greenberg.
Owusu was one of five Power Five conference players to land on the list, and she was the only player from the Big Ten to earn the honor.
In her first season in College Park, Owusu was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and landed on the All-Big Ten Second Team after averaging 12.0 points and 5.4 assists per game.
Owusu was also named the 2020 Big Ten Tournament MVP after she averaged 15.3 points, 8.0 assists and 5.7 rebounds across the Terps’ three games in Indianapolis en route to a fourth Big Ten title.
In other news
In the spirit of the NFL Draft, we took a look back at some of the best late-round Maryland football player selections of all-time.
As you watch the draft on Friday and Saturday, here is a compilation of where some 2020 Terps could land based on mock projections.
No 2020 Maryland players were selected in the first round, but one Terp had a ceremonial selection at No. 22 overall.
You already know. #BillsMafia | #GoBills pic.twitter.com/0PKOSu5wgn— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) April 24, 2020
Maryland football posted a throwback to the 2019 draft where Darnell Savage heard his name called in the first round.
Last year, the @packers made @darnellsavage_'s dreams come true #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/737g4mVxSP— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) April 23, 2020
Check out some highlights from Maryland women’s basketball incoming freshman Angel Reese.
Angel Reese staying home and coming your way, #TerpNation #FearTheTurtle // @Reese10Angel pic.twitter.com/vPE5hELaQu— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) April 24, 2020
WNBA players Kaila Charles and Brionna Jones spoke with BTN about what makes head coach Brenda Frese so special.
Brenda Frese is as good as it gets.— Maryland On BTN (@MarylandOnBTN) April 23, 2020
What makes the @umdwbb coaching legend such a successful recruiter? @BTNMikeHall was curious, so he asked Kaila Charles (@__KC5) & Brionna Jones (@_bjones18). pic.twitter.com/QoDOjiFy9s
A second Maryland men’s lacrosse alum announced his retirement from professional lacrosse Thursday.
Best of luck to hardshell Jeff Reynolds ('09), who announced his retirement from the @PLLWhipsnakes today. #BeTheBest pic.twitter.com/myxrSvxfks— Maryland Lacrosse (@TerpsMLax) April 23, 2020
Maryland women’s lacrosse was the focus of the NCAA Lacrosse throwback Thursday.
#TBT to 2015 when @MarylandWLax took home the title of National Champions for the second year in a row!! The Terrapins defeated North Carolina, 9-8. #NCAAWLAX pic.twitter.com/VyLPB0Fx2Q— NCAA Lacrosse (@NCAALAX) April 23, 2020