Maryland baseball infielder Matt Shaw was named to the Perfect Game Freshman All-American second team. The second baseman was a standout for the Terps all season as they advanced to their first NCAA Tournament regional since 2017.
Shaw led Maryland and all-Big Ten freshman in batting average, posting a .332 mark. He also led the team in doubles and hits in his debut collegiate season. Defensively, Shaw was remarkable in the infield, making big plays at second base.
This is the Brimfield, Massachusetts native's second All-American award. On June 9, Shaw was named to the Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American team.
“Matt Shaw’s a special freshman,” head coach Rob Vaughn said earlier in the season. “He loves to work. He loves getting out here. He loves putting the time in and the dudes a winner.”
After one of the best seasons in recent memory for Maryland baseball, the individual accolades continue to pile on. Last week, shortstop Benjamin Cowles was named to the All-American Third Team by Baseball America.
The Terps finished second in the Big Ten and advanced to the Greenville Regional final before falling short to East Carolina.
In other news
Maryland basketball’s Aaron Wiggins impressed at the G-League Elite Camp scrimmages as he looks to receive an invitation to the NBA Combine later this month.
The G League Elite Camp has concluded. Another productive outing from Maryland wing Aaron Wiggins, who looks like he should be moving onto the NBA Combine after a strong two days. Big wing-shooter who has good two-way versatility and nice upside to grow into. pic.twitter.com/4hKDBDDl8X— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) June 22, 2021
Maryland football made the final six for three-star offensive tackle Andre Roye.
Maryland football makes the Top 6 of three-star in-state OT Andre Roye.— Wesley Brown (@W_Brown21) June 21, 2021
The 6-foot-6, 305-pound St. Frances prospect is down to the Terps, Arizona State, Penn State, NC State, Boston College and Rutgers. https://t.co/y6huz7vpzg
Maryland women’s basketball’s four-star 2021 commit Shyanne Sellers arrived in College Park and is ready to get going with her new team.
Maryland football continues to highlight its upgraded facility.
Former Terp Kevin Huerter, who is coming off a monster game seven performance that allowed his team to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, was drafted to Atlanta three years ago.
Maryland women’s basketball highlighted grad transfer Katie Benzan’s first season with the Terps.
Maryland gymnastics’ Emma Silberman shared her experience with Maryland Made’s new inTERPship program.
Introducing the interns of this summer’s inTERPship Academy! Throughout the next few weeks we’ll be highlighting the interns who will be participating in our program. To start off, we have Emma Silberman (@emma_silberman) of @terpsgymnastics. #MDMade #CareerReady pic.twitter.com/Hqhqw5wmmT— Maryland Made (@MDMadeTerps) June 21, 2021