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MM 4.27: Maryland women’s golf places second in Big Ten Championship

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

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The No. 19 Maryland women’s golf team placed second in the Big Ten Women’s Golf Championship this past Sunday.

The Terps finished with a final score of 858 across three rounds (287, 280, 291) and were 6-under par for the tournament.

Senior Xiaolin Tian finished fifth overall with a final score of 212 (-4), and recorded eagles in the first and second rounds, the highest number of the tournament.

Senior Laura Van Respaille finished tied for sixth overall and achieved 27 birdies, the second-most from the first two rounds of play.

Freshman Patricie Mackova, who competed for the first time in tournament play, finished on par and tied for 11th overall with a final score of 216 (70, 73, 73).

No. 11 Virunpat Olankitkunchai placed 14th overall with a score of 217 and scored the fifth-highest number of pars over three rounds with 24.

The Terps will compete in NCAA regionals on Wednesday, April 28.

In Other News

Maryland men’s basketball head coach Mark Turgeon’s former Kansas teammate Danny Manning officially joined the staff as an assistant coach.

Three-star quarterback Jayden Sauray announced his commitment to Maryland.

Maryland men’s lacrosse attacker Jared Bernhardt was drafted as the 19th overall pick by the Chaos.

Maryland men’s lacrosse defender Nick Grill was drafted 34th overall by the Whipsnakes.

Maryland men’s soccer is ready for its NCAA Tournament game on May 2.

Maryland football thanked its fans for attending the Spring Game.

Maryland softball is set to take on Nebraska on the road.