NCAA Field Hockey

Four Incoming Terps Named Max Field Hockey All-Americans

Four Incoming Terps Named Max Field Hockey All-Americans

College Park, MD — Four members of the Maryland field hockey incoming class were named 2022 High School National All-Americans, Max Field Hockey announced this past week.

Josie Hollamon, Maci Bradford, and Alyssa Klebasko were named to the First Team, while Maya Everett received Second Team selection.

Josie Hollamon, an incoming freshman, is also a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team and was recently selected as a National Field Hockey Coaches Association First-Team All-American. Hollamon will join the Terps for the 2023 spring campaign. The defender from Delmar, Delaware is a consensus top-10 recruit and a four-time state champion at Delmar High School.

Maci Bradford, also a native of Delmar, Delaware receives recognition after being named D-II Offensive Player of the Year and winning the 2022 state championship at Delmar High School. Another top recruit in the class of 2023, Bradford will come to College Park as one of the premier goal scorers across high school field hockey and an NFHCA First Team All-American.

Klebasko earns recognition after a tremendous season at Garrison Forest School which earned her Baltimore Banner/VSN 2022 Top Defender of The Year and NFHCA First Team All-American honors. The Odenton, Maryland native had a standout season this fall, recording an 85.4 save percentage and allowing only 14 goals in 18 games.

Maya Everett, a Class 4A state champion at nearby Broadneck High School earns first team selection after a 2022 campaign that earned her Baltimore Banner/VSN 2022 Player of the Year honors. Everett, a midfielder, led Broadneck to a perfect 20-0 undefeated season and their first state championship in 20 years. The Arnold, Maryland native played all over the midfield scoring 19 goals and tallying nine assists over the fall 2022 season.

Maddie Vasilios an incoming Terrapin from clarksville, Maryland rounds out the Terps incoming freshman class. The River Hill high school standout earned 2022 Howard County Times/Columbia Flier field hockey Player of the Year after recording 50 goals, and dishing out 18 assists. Vasilios led the Hawks to a Howard County championship and the program’s second straight Class 3A state championship appearance in 2022.

The five newcomers will join a Terrapin squad fresh off the program’s 21st NCAA Semifinal appearance and 15th overall…

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