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MM 4.14: Jared Bernhardt earns Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week for fifth time

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

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The weekly honors just continue to roll in for Maryland men’s lacrosse attacker Jared Bernhardt, earning his fifth Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year award this week to become the first player in league history to earn the award five different times in the same season.

This week’s performance also marks the third consecutive week that Bernhardt has been the Big Ten’s Offensive Player of the Week, and the eighth in a row that at least one Terp has been featured.

The senior put together another stellar performance against Michigan this weekend, tallying seven points on five goals and two assists in the team’s 18-12 victory on Saturday. Bernhardt’s performance now has him at 50 points for the season off of 33 goals and 17 assists, ranking fifth, sixth and tied for 21st in Division I in each of those respective categories.

Bernhardt continues his Tewaaraton campaign on Sunday as the now-No. 1 ranked Terps take on No. 12 Ohio State at 5 p.m.

In other news

Dylan previewed Maryland men’s soccer’s crucial Big Ten Tournament semifinal fixture against No. 1 seed Indiana.

Joe spoke with Maryland volleyball star Erika Pritchard about how she was able to lean on her faith to fuel a record-breaking career with the Terps.

Joe also previewed No. 9 Maryland women’s lacrosse’s rematch with Johns Hopkins.

Maryland football opened up practice to the media as spring camp winds down.

Former Maryland basketball guard Kevin Huerter had a heck of a play to end the first half for the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday.

Maryland women’s basketball guard Katie Benzan was lights out in her debut season with the Terps, leading the nation in three-point percentage at 50%.

Maryland women’s lacrosse is locked in ahead of its bout with Johns Hopkins.

Maryland baseball shortstop Benjamin Cowles has been on a tear this season.

Maryland softball outfielder Jaeda McFarland was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week.