Still Setting Records.
Although the regular season is now history (29-2 . . . wow
), the Terps
are still setting records -- individually and as a group.
Yesterday, Crystal Langhorne was named
to the All-ACC first team
, making her the only
woman in Maryland history to be named to the All-ACC team four
times . . . and to the first
times! Congratulations, Crystal!
wasn't the only Maryland player to earn All-ACC first team
honors. Uhh-uhh. Kristi Toliver,
who's having an amazing
season, was also named to the All-ACC first team. In fact, she and Lang
tied for the most points and most first team votes received by anyone in the ACC!! Congratulations, Kristi!
Continuing with the individual accolades, Marissa Coleman
was named to the All-ACC second team
(for the third year in a row!), and Laura Harper
earned All-ACC third team
honors (too low in our opinion, but a great honor nevertheless). Congratulations, Marissa
And if you total it up (wait a minute while we find a calculator) . . . that makes four
Terps on the All-ACC team -- a school record! Congratulations, one and all! * * * * * *Voted for Crystal? Have you? Today?
know that she's in the running for the Lowe's Senior Class Award
, which honors a senior student-athlete for her chararcter and her contributions both on and off the court? Right?
We hate to tell you, but at the moment she is waaayy
Who's in the lead, you wonder? Candice Wiggins
? No. Sylvia Fowles
? Wrong again! Actually, 48% of the voters have cast their ballots for either Rebekah Parker
(University of Evansville . . . you didn't vote for her, did you Rhet?
) or Sarah Elliott
(University of Kentucky) . . . 24% each. Crystal's
percentage is only 5%!So vote
-- early and often!!! Well, you can only vote once a day . . . so vote early today, and early tomorrow and early the day after that, etc, etc. Come on, Terps fans
. . . for a change, Crystal
help for a come-from-behind victory. Vote for Crystal!