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MM 4.2: Five Maryland men’s lacrosse players earn All-American honors

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

Maryland men’s lacrosse huddle, 2020 Sarah Sopher / Testudo Times

Five Maryland men’s lacrosse players were named All-Americans by Inside Lacrosse Wednesday.

After a season cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, attackman Logan Wisnauskas was named a Third Team All-American, while Jared Bernhardt, Anthony DeMaio, Roman Puglise and Brett Makar all made the honorable mention team.

In just six games, Wisnauskas tallied a team-high 36 points on 24 goals and 12 assists. He ranked fourth in the country in both points (6) and goals (4) per game.

Bernhardt had at least four points in every game for Maryland this season, ending the year with 29 points on 20 goals and nine assists. DeMaio finished second on the Terps with 11 assists, as well as third with 21 points.

Puglise received an honorable mention for the second consecutive season after picking up 21 ground balls, along with three goals. Makar had an impressive sophomore season on defense, scooping 10 ground balls and forcing four caused turnovers.

In other news

Maryland men’s basketball landed its first graduate transfer of the offseason Wednesday. Boston College forward Jairus Hamilton committed to the Terps.

Jordan took to the film room to explore Donta Scott’s freshman season in our latest edition of TT Court Vision.

Harvard grad transfer Bryce Aiken included the Terps in his list of top four schools for next season. In case you forgot, he lit Maryland up for 30 points in the Orlando Invitational.

Maryland men’s basketball looked back at the 2002 National Championship.

Maryland football made the top-five for a 2021 four-star recruit.

Make sure to check out Late Night With Locks this Friday.

Maryland women’s basketball took a look back at the 2014 Elite Eight.

Anthony DeMaio and Logan Wisnauskas earned some recognition from NCAA Lacrosse.

Maryland women’s lacrosse defender Meghan Doherty decided to forgo extra eligibility.