Jake Layman became the first Maryland freshman this season to hit the 20-point plateau in Saturday's 94-71 defeat of Virginia Tech.
Then Seth Allen did the same a few minutes later.
And if you're wondering the last time two Maryland freshmen did that in a game, well, your guess is as good as mine. It wasn't Joe Smith and Keith Booth in 1993-94; Booth never had 20 points in a game as a freshman.
In fact, the last time Maryland had two different freshmen score 20 points in a game in the same season was 1992-93, when both Exree Hipp and Johnny Rhodes did it (h/t to the fantastic site Terrapinstats.com for making that bit of research possible).
In any case, here's the breakdown from the post-Joe Smith-as-a-freshman era of the most points scored by a freshman in one game for the Terps.
MARYLAND FRESHMEN, MOST POINTS IN A GAME SINCE 1994-95
28: Lonny Baxter (Dec. 23, 1998 vs. North Texas)
28: Terrell Stoglin (Feb. 27, 2011 at North Carolina)
27: Drew Nicholas (Nov. 22, 1999 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson)
25: Mike Jones (Jan. 6, 2004 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore)
25: Terrell Stoglin (Feb. 15, 2011 at Virginia Tech)
25: Terrell Stoglin (Feb. 20, 2011 vs. N.C. State)
22: Laron Profit (March 4, 1996 vs. Florida State)
21: Jordan Williams (March 19, 2010 vs. Houston --- NCAA tournament)
21: Seth Allen (Jan. 5, 2013 vs. Virginia Tech)
20: Terence Morris (Dec. 22, 1997 vs. UNC Asheville)
20: Terrell Stoglin (March 2, 2011 at Miami)
20: Jake Layman (Jan. 5, 2013 vs. Virginia Tech)
--- Patrick Stevens