Maryland women’s basketball guard Kaila Charles added to her season honors Thursday, being named an WBCA Coaches’ All-American Honorable Mention.
This honor comes after Charles was unanimously named First-Team All-Big Ten and earned third-team honors from the Associated Press and the USBWA.
In her senior season, Charles led the Terps with 14.3 points and 7.3 rebounds per game while shooting 50 percent from the floor. With her 32 starts Charles ended her career having started in every game, tying Alyssa Thomas’ record at 135.
Charles also finished her career No. 6 in Maryland history in points (1,984) and rebounds (930).
Up next for Charles is the WNBA Draft, which will be held on April 17 and be broadcasted on ESPN.
In other news
Matt and Lila sat down (virtually) with Maryland football head coach Mike Locksley on the latest segment of the ouTTakes Podcast.
Maryland men’s basketball added transfer Jairus Hamilton on Wednesday, and he spoke to Testudo Times about why he picked the Terps.
Cody posted the latest Maryland men’s basketball film review, taking a look at the top plays and stats from the Terps’ bench.
The first episode of Late Night with Locks goes down on Instagram Live at 7 p.m. this evening with some special guests.
Excited to announce our special guests for the very first episode of Late Night with Locks!! We have two awesome Terps locked in — EJ HENDERSON & @MojoRawleyWWE ! JOIN the conversation on Instagram LIVE tomorrow, Friday , 4/3 at 7 pm EST. pic.twitter.com/8uOSWOijqz— Michael Locksley (@CoachLocks) April 2, 2020
Maryland athletics posted a video to remind fans that despite the discouraging times, sports will return:
It's time to come together to take care of ourselves and our families.— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) April 2, 2020
Sport has always helped connect us. We will be back. pic.twitter.com/iOgpmUC24g
Maryland women’s basketball threw it back to 2006 — when the team advanced to its first title game.
#OTD (April 2, 2006)...— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) April 3, 2020
Maryland beat the No. 1 overall seed North Carolina, 81-70, in the Final Four to advance to the program’s first NCAA title game.
Laura Harper had a career-high 24 points and Crystal Langhorne scored 23 for the Terps.#MarchMemories ❤️ pic.twitter.com/dbx0dLa3uM
Maryland men’s lacrosse threw back to its inaugural Big Ten victory in 2015.