No. 2 Maryland field hockey won a share of the Big Ten regular season title, but that wasn’t the only award that the Terps took home.
Senior midfielder Madison Maguire was awarded Offensive Player of the Year honors Tuesday, while junior defender Bodil Keus won Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.
In addition to these awards, Maguire, Keus and freshman midfielder Emma DeBerdine were all named to the All-Big Ten First Team.
Maguire was a key part of the Terps’ offense, leading with 34 points on 12 goals and 10 assists in the regular season. The senior also tied for the team-high in game winning goals with three. Additionally, Maguire won two Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week awards during this season.
Keus was the anchor of one of the nation’s best defenses this season, allowing just 16 goals through 18 games. Keus also added four goals and five assists on the offensive end. The junior captain became the first Big Ten player to win this award in back-to-back years since the 2012-2013 season.
DeBerdine has started in all 18 games this season and has been a weapon for the Terps. The midfielder showcased her speed all season long, being a menace on both ends of the field. The freshman was third on the team in points with 19 on seven goals and five assists.
In other news
No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball started its season off with a convincing 119-56 victory over Wagner. Here’s what we took away from the win.
There were plenty of moments to remember in No. 7 Maryland men’s basketball’s 95-71 win over Holy Cross, and Sarah grabbed a bunch of them in our latest photo gallery.
No. 2 Maryland field hockey welcomed some alumnae over Homecoming weekend and received some insightful advice as the team looks to make a postseason run.
We made a big announcement Wednesday night: Maryland basketball bench legend Andrew Terrell has joined the Testudo Times Podcast Network.
Special Announcement— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) November 7, 2019
We are very excited to welcome Terps bench legend @AndrewTerrell24 and his cousin Nick Stewart to the Testudo Times team!
Stay tuned for their podcast, which will be dropping every Thursday. This is some content you won’t want to miss. pic.twitter.com/ovxTst64Wa
Annabelle Janssens had the recap from No. 7 Maryland men's basketball’s first game of the season.
College basketball analyst Jon Rothstein had high praise for the Terps on a podcast Wednesday.
Rothstein went on to say that Maryland is one of his five teams with the best shot to cut down the nets in March, and he compared Aaron Wiggins game and growth as a player to Knicks legend Alan Houston.— Jordan Gold (@Jordan_Gold0) November 6, 2019
And more high praise for Darryl Morsell pic.twitter.com/hrpHzHTfBJ— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) November 6, 2019
And the men’s basketball team posted some of its own highlights from the season opener.
Atlanta Terplanta Hawks didn’t have a great game Wednesday, losing 113-93 to the Chicago Bulls, but the Terp trio performed well.
Kevin Huerter got back in his groove with 12 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals, while Bruno Fernando hauled in 10 points, six rebounds, two assists and a steal. Alex Len had six points, four rebounds and two blocks.
Red Velvet with the smooth assist pic.twitter.com/qTVh3zQ2gx— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) November 7, 2019
Maryland football got some bad recruiting news Tuesday.
Three-star CB commit Rashad Battle announces his decommitment from Maryland.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) November 6, 2019
Battle had committed in June and was the highest-ranked of the five Terps' defensive back pledges. https://t.co/H5NYxfVBLC
Maryland football is putting in the work ahead of a tough matchup against No. 3 Ohio State.
No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball had a ton of fun at Field Trip Day for its first game of the season.
Is there any better way to start the season than with Field Trip Day?! pic.twitter.com/WHRXlixXx3— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) November 7, 2019
Eli Crognale has been a force for No. 23 Maryland men’s soccer down the stretch.