Men's Soccer

Sr., Tampa, Fla.

• Captain of Maryland’s 2018 National Championship team. Named a captain during the middle of the season and emerged as a leader during Maryland’s late season surge to the title.

• Won the Big Ten Sportsmanship award for men’s soccer for the second consecutive season, going the entire season without picking up a yellow card despite playing defensive midfield and right back.

• Anchored Maryland’s midfield defensively and played a key role in the Terps not giving up a goal for the final 500 minutes of the season.

• Picked up the first two assists of his career in his final season. Played 2,139 minutes and started all 23 matches, barely leaving the field in any of them.


Men's Basketball

Sr., Capljina, Bosnia & Herzegovina

• Played a key role with the Maryland Men’s Basketball partnership with the Special Olympics, participating in every event since the inception of the program in 2016.

• Represented Maryland with class throughout his entire career.

• One of the most generous and kind human beings on and off the court.

• Played the game with great respect for his opponent.

Men's Lacrosse

Sr., Medford Lakes, N.J.

• Team captain, leader of Maryland’s defense which ranks among the top units in the nation.

• Has started in every game for Maryland since his sophomore season.

• Lauded by coaching staff for his ability and willingness to bring along younger players and teach the game.

• Primary team spokesman for media opportunities.

Men's Golf

Sr., Greensboro, N.C.

• Two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.

• Team SAAC representative.

• Has competed in 10 events in his career and is always supporting teammates, whether or not he is competing.



Sr., Millersville, Md.

• Started 137 games over four years at shortstop and third base.

• Voted a team captain before the season by his teammates and is the Terps’ most vocal leader.

• Has served as a mentor to a young group of position player teammates. Selflessly jumped in and played center

field, a spot he hadn’t played since high school, at one point this season due to injuries.

• Has scored 39 runs, hit 13 doubles and has 61 hits the last two seasons while playing solid defense at shortstop.

Leads the team with 16 steals over the last two years.