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MM 12.13 Terp alum Matt Rambo voted best in Premier Lacrosse League

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

LACROSSE: JUN 01 Premier Lacrosse League Boston Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Former Maryland men’s lacrosse player Matt Rambo was voted the best player of the Premier Lacrosse League by his fellow players Thursday.

In his first season with the Whipsnakes, the attackman led the PLL in both points and assists. His dominant play earned him 2019 MVP honors, as well as Attackman of the Year.

Additionally, he helped lead the Whipsnakes to the first ever championship, alongside numerous other Terps.

Rambo is no stranger to awards and championships, as he was responsible for a good number of them during his time as a Terp.

In his four seasons, Rambo broke the all-time records for points (257) and goals (155) at Maryland, and he became the first player in school history to reach 100 career goals and assists. He also won the 2017 Tewaaraton Award after leading the Terps to a national title that year.

In other news

Maryland Athletic Director Damon Evans and Terp student-athletes gave their perspective on the NCAA name, image and likeness debate in Amelia’s latest feature.

Jordan took a deep dive into the Maryland men’s basketball’s loss against Penn State in this week’s edition of the Film Room.

Maryland Football added another piece to their commitment list, securing offensive lineman Zach Perkins.

Maryland men’s basketball comes in at No. 5 in CBS Sports’ Top 25.

The football team secured a new boot for the upcoming season with the commitment of kicker Hunter Patrick.

Voting on the women’s lacrosse all-time team continued Thursday with defenders being featured.

Maryland field hockey shouted out its 12 Academic All-Big Ten honorees.

It’s another edition of ‘Clemsen’s Corner.’ Watch as the new head coach discusses the upcoming slate for his team.