No. 4 Maryland men’s lacrosse senior attackman Jared Bernhardt was one of 20 student athletes chosen as a candidate for the 2020 Senior CLASS Award, the committee announced Friday.
The award is given to any NCAA Division I senior that has achievements in their community, classroom, character and competition.
The 2019 Tewaaraton finalist is the only Terp on the list and one of four players from the Big Ten, including Rutgers’ Kieran Mullins and Penn State’s Grant Ament and Colby Kneese.
Bernhardt is a three-time USILA All-American and finished his junior season with 51 goals — the second-most in a season in program history — and 78 points, which is sixth-most in a single season. Through four games this season, the Longwood, Florida, native is tied with fellow attackman Logan Wisnauskas for a team-high 14 goals.
The list will be cut in half later in the season, which will allow media, coaches and fans to vote for the candidates, and then a winner will be announced in coordination with the 2020 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse National Championship in May.
In other news
No. 7 Maryland men’s basketball dropped its first game since Jan. 14, losing 79-72 to No. 25 Ohio State Sunday.
Sean offered three takeaways from the Terps’ loss in Columbus.
Maryland also picked up a commitment from 2020 point guard Aquan Smart Sunday night.
College Gameday will be in College Park this upcoming Saturday for the Terps’ matchup with Michigan State.
ouTTakes returned Friday with another special guest — Tim Kurkjian joined Lila, Matt and Jordan to discuss all things Maryland and of course a little baseball.
No. 4 Maryland women’s lacrosse suffered its second consecutive loss Saturday, falling to No. 1 North Carolina 19-6 — it’s the first time the Terps have dropped consecutive games in Cathy Reese’s tenure.
No. 4 Maryland men’s lacrosse was supposed to have a matchup with Navy this past weekend, but it was postponed.
See what Mark Turgeon had to say about the technical call on Anthony Cowan Jr. in the Terps’ loss to the Buckeyes.
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon's full comment on Anthony Cowan Jr.'s ejection. pic.twitter.com/WkYwErrgqQ— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) February 24, 2020
No. 7 Maryland men’s basketball will regroup and be back.
Right back at it on Wednesday— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) February 24, 2020
More work to do pic.twitter.com/Slnl5lyNIi
Anthony Cowan Jr. and Maryland students are pumped for College GameDay Saturday.
Next Saturday. Live in College Park.— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) February 22, 2020
IT'S COLLEGE GAMEDAY!! pic.twitter.com/0PVlazZqoo
Maryland football running back Javon Leake and head coach Mike Locksley took home some hardware Thursday night.
Leeeeeeake!— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) February 21, 2020
Javon Leake received the Louis L. Goldstein Gold Helmet at the 66th annual Touchdown Club of Annapolis football awards banquet last night! pic.twitter.com/CiCfscr9ix
The Terps continued to honor Black History Month.
Harriet Tubman, a Maryland native, escaped slavery to become a leading abolitionist. She led hundreds of enslaved people to freedom along the route of the Underground Railroad.#BlackHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/aVI2Mc1cHM— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) February 23, 2020
Brionna Jones had herself a day.
Brionna Jones did what?! https://t.co/sXxT7xuDVK— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) February 22, 2020
Keep an eye out for former Terp Tianna Hawkins at No. 7 Maryland women’s basketball’s game against Purdue Tuesday.
WBB FANS!— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) February 23, 2020
Former Terp Tianna Hawkins will be at Tuesday’s game taking photos with the @WNBA championship trophy and signing autographs at halftime!
https://t.co/xQEMBrZFnR#WNBAChamps // @t_hawk21 pic.twitter.com/SkfgxLTNTt
Maxwell Costes had a pretty good weekend that included a nice bat flip.
Cathy Reese spent time time over the weekend with a few other familiar Terps.