Maryland men's soccer midfielder Eryk Williamson won Big Ten Midfielder of the Year, the conference announced Friday.

Fellow midfielder Jake Rozhansky joined Williamson on the All-Big Ten first team, and defender Donovan Pines was named to the second team.

Williamson was an All-Big Ten second team member last year. He leads the Terps with six goals and 17 points this season. No other Big Ten midfielder has put up those numbers.

Rozhansky's eight assists are also a team-high and the best in the conference for a midfielder. He's scored four goals of his own, giving him 16 points, ranking second (behind only Williamson) among Big Ten midfielders.

After splitting time early in the year, Pines took over one of the team's center back starting spots midway through the season and became a key part of the Terps' defense and the team's best aerial defender.

The 6-foot-5 Clarksville native added a goal against UMBC.

Maryland placed fourth in the Big Ten with a 5-1-2 record this year, the team's lowest finish since joining the conference four years ago.

The Terps open Big Ten tournament play Sunday, when they host Wisconsin in the quarterfinals.