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Terp Greats: Midfield
Unquestionably, the "Golden Age" of Maryland midfielders was the early 1970's when Doug Schreiber, Frank Urso and Doug Radebaugh won four straight Lt. Don MacLaughlin Memorial Awards, which is presented annually to the nation's most outstanding midfielders.
But the Terps' history of outstanding midfielders did not begin or end in the 70's. Maryland's first recorded first team All-America midfielder was James Keating in 1955. Since then 27 other midfielders have earned first team All-America honors, most recently by Bill McGlone, who was a two-time first team selection in 2005 and 2006.
Offensive midfielders are not the only Terps to excell on the field. Long pole middie Brian Farrell was a second team All-America honoree in 2010, while Jeff Reynolds, who was a defensive midfielder for most of his Terrapin career was an honorable mention pick in 2009.
The long stick position was given it's own All-America slot in 2012 and Maryland's Jesse Bernhardt earned second team honors.