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John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins have added a trio of grad transfers with former Cornell midfielder Jonathan Donville will be joining the defending Big Ten champs in 2022, along with former Villanova attackman Keegan Khan and defenseman Owen Prybylski.
Chris Jastrzembski first reported the news on Tuesday evening.
Donville, who had been rumored to be heading to College Park for several weeks, comes to Maryland after three-year career at Cornell in which he started every game his final two seasons, served as a captain as a junior in 2020, and racked up second team Inside Lacrosse Media All-American honors. Donville ended his career in Ithaca with a total of 89 points off 51 goals and 38 assists.
A native of Oakville, Ont., Donville was the Big Red’s third-leading scorer during the shortened 2020 season in which they went 5-0 and ended the year ranked No. 2 in the nation. The Ivy League did not have a season in 2021.
Khan comes to Maryland after a four-year stint at Villanova in which he started all 50 games of his career and led the Wildcats in scoring each of the past three seasons. Khan totaled 179 points off 91 goals and 88 assists with the Wildcats and is fifth all-time in points in program history.
The two-time All-Big East selection had 58 points off 26 goals and 32 assists while helping to lead Villanova to a Big East semifinal appearance during the 2021 season.
Donville and Khan join an offense at Maryland that returns second-leading scorer Logan Wisnauskas for a fifth season. The Terps, who are coming off a 2021 campaign that saw them fall in the national title game to Virginia, also return attackman Daniel Maltz and midfielder Kyle Long for their junior and senior seasons.
Prybylski was a four-year starter on the back end for the Wildcats and ended his career at Villanova second on the team in both ground balls (28) and caused turnovers (17) during the 2021 season. The Westfield, N.J., native earned second team All-Big East honors this past season.