With lacrosse season quickly approaching, Inside Lacrosse released its preseason All-American team Tuesday.
Maryland men’s lacrosse had six players named, tying only Penn State for the second-most of any school and finishing behind Syracuse’s seven selections.
Senior attackman Jared Bernhardt — who led the Terps in goals last season with 51 — cracked the All-American Second-Team. He’d already been named to the Preseason All-Big Ten Team as well as the Tewaaraton Award watch list.
Juniors Bubba Fairman and Anthony DeMaio landed spots on the third-team. They’ll both look to build upon strong sophomore campaigns in which they racked up 46 and 42 points, respectively, both increases from their debut seasons.
Logan Wisnauskas, Brett Makar and Roman Puglise were named honorable mentions for the team, rounding off what looks to be a promising core for Maryland.
The Terps will kick off their season Feb. 1 at home against High Point.
In other news
No. 17 Maryland men’s basketball picked up its first true road victory Tuesday. The Terps erased a 14-point halftime deficit to beat Northwestern 77-66.
Here are three things we noticed in the Terps’ win in Evanston, Illinois.
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No. 20 Maryland women’s basketball’s win over No. 17 Indiana can be summed up in a single word: fun.
No. 17 Maryland men’s basketball was pretty fired up after its road victory.
The game included some friendly banter between Jalen Smith and the Northwestern faithful.
Jake Layman was in the building to watch his Terps.
Episode No. 3 of Under the Shell dropped Tuesday.
Dates for Maryland football’s coaching clinic were announced.
CALLING ALL COACHES— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) January 21, 2020
SAVE THE DATE!
The Maryland Coaching Clinic is April 9th-11th.
Details coming soon! pic.twitter.com/6C2yBTHqT1
Check out some of the latest #FearlessWomen in Maryland athletics.
She came from halfway around the world— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) January 21, 2020
Virunpat Olankikunchai has already made her mark on @TerpsWGolf, becoming the first player in program history to advance to the NCAA Championships and setting the program record for scoring average.#FearlessWomen | https://t.co/AkBQsg75L9 pic.twitter.com/t8RLk9DpqZ
She was a trailblazer in every sense of the word— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) January 21, 2020
A Maryland Athletics Hall of Famer, Dottie McKnight was the first head coach of @umdwbb and also served as an administrator and professor. #FearlessWomen | https://t.co/AkBQsg75L9 pic.twitter.com/9cSYOqKhbN
"It just makes you a warrior"— Hear The Turtle (@HearTheTurtle) January 21, 2020
With @TerpsGymnastics, @BonnieBernstein went through three knee surgeries and never quit. That resilience fueled her career as one of the top journalists in her field! #FearlessWomen | https://t.co/wYZ6VlydGF pic.twitter.com/9ZZqVJfLZ6
Maryland gymnastics’ Audrey Barber was named this week’s Solomon Eye Associates Terp of the Week.
Maryland women’s lacrosse team braced itself for a wintery practice outside.
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