The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association named Maryland women’s lacrosse defender Lizzie Colson, midfielder Grace Griffin and attacker Hannah Leubecker All-Americans. This announcement marks the 12th straight year with at least three All-American Maryland women’s lacrosse players.
The All-American trio of Colson, Griffin, and Leubecker affirms what it means to “fear the turtle.” Colson was selected for the All-American First Team while Griffin and Leubecker were selected for the Third Team.
Colson was a Tewaaraton Finalist, the Big Ten Defender of the Year, a Unanimous First Team All-Big Ten selection, and a Big Ten All-Tournament Team selection all thanks to her nation-leading 49 caused turnovers and a conference-leading 59 groundballs during the 2021 season.
Griffin was nothing short of a powerhouse player for the Terps as she had 48 points, scoring 29 goals and recording 19 assists. The midfielder was also selected as the University of Maryland Student-Athlete of the Year and Big Ten Medal of Honor Recipient this year.
Leubecker scored more goals this season than anyone else on the team. Her 58 goals scored were third-most goals in the Big Ten and the 16th most in the country earning her a spot on the All-Big Ten First Team. The Maryland native shattered records as she scored the most goals in the first eight games (35) in the program history.
In other news:
Former Terp Kevin Huerter finished Game Two of the Eastern Conference Semifinal with 20 points in 36 minutes off the bench for the Atlanta Hawks.
Someone in the future: "Remember Game 2 of the 2021 76ers-Hawks Eastern Conference semifinal?"— Wesley Brown (@W_Brown21) June 9, 2021
Me: "Ah yes, the Kevin Huerter game."@KevinHuerter is up to 20 points on 8-8 shooting, including a 3-3 mark from deep with under a minute left in the third.pic.twitter.com/uvAR3xvj74
Maryland track and field’s Kaithon McDonald is gearing up for the NCAA Championships.
Hagerstown Maryland ➡️ NCAA Championships— Maryland Track & Field (@MarylandTrack) June 8, 2021
Kaithon McDonald will accomplish his dream of competing at the NCAA Track and Field National Championships this Friday night!#KeepUp x @KingKai511 pic.twitter.com/o7Wv6J7Qzc
Current and former Maryland field hockey players are playing in the 2021 Young Men’s and Women’s National Championships which will take place from June 15 to June 20.
Maryland football celebrated PFF predicting that quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa will have a breakout year for the Terps.
Maryland women’s basketball shared a video of rising junior forward Faith Masonius.
Maryland men’s soccer announced the addition of two new players.