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MM 4.1: Emma Schettig highlights a trio of Maryland women’s lacrosse All-Americans

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

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Despite an abrupt ending to Maryland women’s lacrosse’s season, freshman defender Emma Schettig made enough of an impact to be named a Second Team All-American by Inside Lacrosse Monday.

Schettig enjoyed a tremendous abbreviated freshman season in College Park. The Woodbine, Maryland, native led the Terps in total ground balls (17) and was tied for first with senior Meghan Doherty with nine caused turnovers.

Doherty, along with fellow senior captain Brindi Griffin, were also named honorable mention All-Americans. The two will have the option to return for another season after the NCAA approved granting spring athletes an extra year of eligibility.

Even if the seniors opt to end their careers, the Terp program is in capable hands with its rising-sophomore All-American looking to further improve in 2021.

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Terp basketball player Reese Mona was named NSCA Strength and Conditioning All-American.

Sean Burke and Maxwell Costes were named in Perfect Game’s top draft prospects of the Class of 2021.