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Terp Greats: Goalies
No position on the field can have a greater singular impact on the outcome of a game than goalie and the University of Maryland has had a history of outstanding netminders over the past 87 years.
Arthur Sleasman is the first Terp goalie to be named an All-American, earning second team honors in 1925.
Maryland's first first team All-America goalie was Wilbur Street in 1928. Since then, 11 other Terrapin goalies have gone on to earn first team All-America status, most recently by Pat McGinnis in 2001.
Perhaps the greatest goalie in Maryland history is Brian "Doc" Dougherty. Doc led the Terps to the 1995 NCAA finals, making 23 saves against top-seeded Johns Hopkins in the semifinals. He repeated his 23-save performance in the finals vs. Syracuse and was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.