Maryland women’s lacrosse’s Kali Hartshorn will not be returning for a fifth season, the senior attacker announced Thursday.
“After a long month of deciding what I wanted to do, I have decided not to return to Maryland for a fifth year,” Hartshorn said in an announcement via Twitter. “This decision was much harder than I could have ever imagined.”
In March, the NCAA announced it would grant an additional year of eligibility to Division I seniors involved in spring sports after the COVID-19 pandemic halted all events.
Hartshorn, who was on pace to break Taylor Cummings’ career draw control record but fell 88 short, led the Terps with 20 points and 33 draw controls in 2020. She completed her Maryland career with 154 goals and 47 assists while starting every game but two under head coach Cathy Reese.
The Allentown, New Jersey, native is the second Terp to announce her decision on the 2021 season after defender Meghan Doherty said she wasn’t returning to the program April 1.
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How many guys in the draft have this resume?— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) April 16, 2020
▪️ Named All-Big Ten.
▪️ Played four positions across the line.
▪️ Elected to the University Senate.
▪️ Served as Team Captain.@ellismckennie is a stud. #VirtualProDay pic.twitter.com/63XhA8NoAZ
"Having the mental fortitude to stay focused in the face of adversity is important as a player and as a leader."— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) April 15, 2020
Isaiah Davis looks to be the second member of his family in the league after a productive Terp career.#VirtualProDay pic.twitter.com/NewqwE2bIb
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#TBT - May 24, 1997— Maryland Lacrosse (@TerpsMLax) April 16, 2020
Who remembers this electric ending in College Park? Maryland took down third-seeded Syracuse to advance to the 1997 National Championship.
Miss you always Big Man ❤️ #BeTheBest pic.twitter.com/BviEHCWdnw
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