Maryland women’s lacrosse defender Emma Schettig is at it again, this time being named to the Inside Lacrosse All-Rookie team after a stellar six-game campaign in her first season in College Park.
This news comes after Schettig was given the honor as a Second Team All-American by Inside Lacrosse.
The freshman stud really turned heads through minimal exposure. She looked poised in her six games anchoring the defense alongside senior co-captain Meghan Doherty. Schettig compiled 17 ground balls and nine caused turnovers — both leading the team.
With Doherty opting to forego her sixth year of eligibility last week, Schettig will look to continue to ride her momentum and impress even further in her sophomore season.
In other news
Maryland star big-man Jalen Smith entered the NBA Draft Tuesday.
Could former Maryland football running back Anthony McFarland Jr. be a late-round steal? Check out Wes’ draft profile on the talented prospect.
We released our latest graphic game Tuesday. What house are you going with?
Which house of Terps are you going to? pic.twitter.com/lr2xnJSluV— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) April 7, 2020
Expect a new look for the Big Ten next season.
Next year's Big Ten will look very different w/ 9 of the top-13 scorers gone or testing the draft.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) April 7, 2020
Gone: Daniel Oturu, Cassius Winston, Lamar Stevens, Anthony Cowan Jr, Jalen Smith
Testing: Marcus Carr, Kofi Cockburn, Xavier Tillman, Kaleb Wesson
If you found some cool Terp gear while stuck at home and cleaning, Lila wants to hear from you. Feel free to email her at LilaBBromberg@gmail.com, or message her on Twitter.
Hey Terp fans, has anyone found any old Maryland memorabilia, gear, keepsakes, etc. while stuck at home?— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) April 7, 2020
I want to hear what you’ve uncovered for an article I’m working on. My DMs are open, so fire away!
The Maryland basketball family thanked Jalen Smith for an incredible two years.
From the minute we started recruiting Jalen, we knew the kind of quality player and person we would be getting. He lived up to it in every way.— Mark Turgeon (@CoachTurgeon) April 7, 2020
So excited for Jalen and his family! https://t.co/s8H3P67izB
This was your alley oop against OSU.— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) April 7, 2020
Thanks for giving us the moments, Stix. Go make the reality bigger than your dreams. pic.twitter.com/tyJJzTZKUK
Jack Brennan and Daniel Matz were named to the SB Nation’s College Crosse All-Freshmen team.
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Episode 7 of #UNLOCKED premieres Wednesday.