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MM 1.4: Zack Steffen becomes first Terp to start in Premier League

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

Former Maryland men’s soccer goalkeeper Zack Steffen started for Manchester City Sunday against Chelsea, becoming the first Terrapin to start in an English Premier League game.

He is also just the second Maryland alum to appear in the top level of the English football league system after Maurice Edu made one substitute appearance for Stoke City during the 2012-13 season.

Steffen made a promising debut, pitching a clean sheet for most of the match before allowing an injury time goal in the 92nd minute. He also had a save, three throw-outs and a foul as Manchester City was victorious, 3-1.

Not only did he become one of two Terps to play in the EPL, but Steffen is just the eighth U.S. men’s national team goalkeeper to play in the top flight of English football.

In Other News

Five-star linebacker Terrence Lewis, the No. 1 inside linebacker and No. 16 overall player in the class of 2021, signed with Maryland football.

Lila wrote a feature about the importance of mental health within the Maryland football program under head coach Mike Locksley.

Maryland men’s basketball plays Indiana tonight. Here’s everything you need to know.

After suffering an injury to his face on New Year’s Eve, Darryl Morsell gave a message to Terps fans.

The addition of Lewis improves Maryland football’s 2021 recruiting class to No. 18 in the nation.

Former Terp J.C. Jackson picked up his ninth interception of the season for the New England Patriots.

Stefon Diggs capped off a successful regular season for the playoff-bound Buffalo Bills.

Former Terps receiver D.J. Moore hauled in a 44-yard catch in traffic from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Maryland women’s basketball shared some highlights from its win over Penn State on Friday, in which Ashley Owusu scored a career-high 34 points.