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Trio of Terps lead B1G honors, eight recognized

Kyle Bernlohr followed an All-American 2015 season with another tremendous campaign and for his efforts he earned a second-straight spot on the All-Big Ten First Team.

Kyle Bernlohr followed an All-American 2015 season with another tremendous campaign and for his efforts he earned a second-straight spot on the All-Big Ten First Team.

After winning their first out-right Big Ten regular season title, the Maryland men’s lacrosse team was rewarded with a school record seven All-Big Ten honorees, including a league-best three first team selections and four honorable mentions, which also led the conference. They also had one player earn a Sportsmanship Award.

Senior goalkeeper Kyle Bernlohr followed his tremendous 2015 season in which he earn First Team All-Big Ten and All-American honors with another great campaign that earned him a First Team All-Big Ten selection. This year he led the conference with a 7.62 goals-against average and .531 save-percentage. He made 119 stops.

Joining Bernlohr on the All-Big Ten First Team were senior midfielder Bryan Cole and junior short stick midfielder Isaiah David-Allen.

Cole was third on the team with 35 points and led the team with 19 assists to go with 16 goals and nine ground balls. He ranked fifth in the Big Ten in assists per game. Davis-Allen was key on defense and caused 10 turnovers while scooping up 30 ground balls. He also scored three goals and had an assist.

Honorable mentions from Maryland include senior long stick midfielder Greg Danseglio, junior attackman Colin Heacock, junior defender Tim Muller and junior attackman Matt Rambo.

Danseglio had a marvelous first season with the Terps after transferring from Virginia. He had 50 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers in his debut season with Maryland. He was fifth in the conference in ground balls per game. Muller was also key one the team’s defensive wall. He had 29 ground balls and led the team with 20 caused turnovers.

Offensively, Heacock led Maryland with 32 goals and was second with 37 points. He also had five assists, 18 ground balls and five caused turnovers. He was fifth in the conference in goals per game. Rambo led Maryland with 41 points and was second with 26 goals and 15 assists. He was seventh in the Big Ten in goals per game and ninth in assists and points per game. He also had 13 ground balls and five caused turnovers.

Senior defender Mike McCarney, who played in all 13 games and started one, and finished with seven ground balls and four caused turnovers, was honored with one of six Sportsmanship Awards given out. The Sportsmanship Award goes to student-athletes who have distinguished themselves through sportsmanship and ethical behavior both on and off the field, while also maintaining good academic standing and demonstrating good citizenship outside of the sports competition setting.

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