Maryland men’s lacrosse attacker Jared Bernhardt was named Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week Tuesday.
This marks the third conference honor for Bernhardt this season. The Big Ten most recently named him Offensive Player of the Week two weeks ago.
Bernhardt put together a six-point performance on Saturday, scoring four goals and assisting two others during the Terps’ 13-9 win over Rutgers. With an impressive 154 career goals, Bernhardt is one goal shy of Matt Rambo’s 155 career goal record at Maryland.
Bernhardt adds this conference honor to a long list of career honors, including being a three-time Academic All-Big Ten in 2018, 2019 and 2020 as well as a 2020 Big Ten Medal of Honor Recipient.
Maryland is next set to face Penn State at Maryland Stadium on Saturday, April 3.
In Other News
Maryland Men’s Soccer will face Penn State on Wednesday for the second time this season.
Mike Locksley spoke with the media again Tuesday after a full week of spring practice.
Maryland football head coach Mike Locksley is set to address the media after the Terps' first full week of spring practice.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) March 30, 2021
I will thread some updates below, so follow along!
Locksley announces that freshman LB Terrence Lewis arrived at Maryland with a torn ACL. He played his entire season on it before team doctors caught it.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) March 30, 2021
Lewis had surgery in January and will be out this spring, according to Locksley.
Maryland men’s basketball missed out on 2021 point guard Bobby Pettiford.
Four-star 2021 point guard Bobby Pettiford has chosen Kansas over Maryland. https://t.co/oBQJYg2NxC— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) March 30, 2021
Maryland football is well underway in its spring preparations.
Today’s Maryland men’s soccer match was moved to noon, but will still be on Big Ten Network.
The Maryland men’s soccer match will take place at noon tomorrow instead of the original 5 p.m. time. https://t.co/4t7qzikXTS— Dylan Spilko (@DylanSpilko) March 30, 2021
Maryland field hockey fell one spot in the NFCHA Coaches Poll.
In this week’s version of the NFCHA Coaches Poll, Maryland field hockey (5-3) checks in at No. 13, falling one spot despite not playing a game.— Ben Dickson (@bendickson__) March 30, 2021
The Terps will take on No. 2 Iowa this weekend in Iowa City.