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MM 12.12: Maryland has most players named to U.S. men’s lacrosse roster for 2020 Spring Premiere

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This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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The U.S. men’s lacrosse senior team was announced for the 2020 Spring Premiere and Maryland has more alumni on the team than any other school. Eight of the 37 players on the roster are former Terps, with the next closest school, Notre Dame, having four.

This Spring Premiere roster features one player from the 2017 national championship squad, attackman Colin Heacock. The rest of the Maryland contingent includes Matt Dunn ’16, Kyle Bernlohr ’16, Michael Ehrhardt ’14, Michael Chanenchuk ’14, Jesse Bernhardt ’13, Jake Bernhardt ’12 and Brian Phipps ’10.

While Jesse Bernhardt, Heacock and Phipps are currently playing in the MLL, the remaining Terps just completed the first official season of the PLL, winning the championship on the Whipsnakes.

The U.S. senior team will play two games in San Antonio on the weekend of Jan. 4-5, 2020. The Spring Premiere games are the beginning stages for the coaches to build the roster for the 2022 world championships.

The Bernhardt brothers and Ehrhardt were all a part of the 2018 national team that won a gold medal at the Lacrosse Men’s World Championships in Israel. They will look to go back-to-back in 2022, while hopefully bringing some more former Terps along for the ride.

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