Patrick Mullins, Maryland men's soccer player.
(Maryland athletics photo / September 6, 2013)
Patrick Mullins, who helped spark Maryland's run to the NCAA tournament final in December, captured his second straight MAC Hermann Trophy on Friday night.
Mullins became the first Terp and seventh player overall to claim back-to-back Hermann honors, which are awarded to the best player in Division I soccer.
Maryland lost to Notre Dame in the title game, but Mullins posted 46 points on 19 goals and eight assists.
The points and goals are tied for the fifth-highest single-season marks in program history.
The forward capped his college career with 47 goals and 119 points and is a two-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team selection and a two-time ACC tournament Most Valuable Player.
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