For the second straight year Thursday night, Maryland junior midfielder Taylor Cummings won the Tewaaraton Award as the best player in women's college lacrosse.
Six scholar-athletes from the Baltimore area were among 14 statewide honored at the Maryland Public Secondary Schools’ Athletic Association’s eighth annual Minds In Motion Scholarship Luncheon Thursday.
Atholton's Jen Bleakney and Loyola Blakefield's Ryan Conrad each combined a fierce competitive streak with speed and versatile skills to become national-level high school athletes in one sport and standouts in two more.
The junior midfielder dominated the draws and contributed four goals and an assist to lead the No. 10 Falcons past Bel Air for the Class 4A-3A state championship, the 13th title in program history. Klaus won 14 of the 26 draws the Falcons controlled in the 18-15 victory over Bel Air. She scored...
If Megan Whittle hadn’t been forced to sit in a chair for the press conference after Maryland won the NCAA women’s lacrosse championship Sunday night, she might still have been jumping up and down.
Maryland’s women’s lacrosse team complete a wire-to-wire run as the No. 1 team in Division I, capping its season Sunday night with the 13th national championship in program history, 9-8 over No. 2 North Carolina at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. Here’s a By-The-Numbers look at the Terps’ championship.
Trailing by three at halftime, Maryland would have to complete the biggest comeback in NCAA Division I championship game history to win its second straight women's lacrosse title.
As a junior at McDonogh, Casey Pepperman did not make the girls lacrosse varsity.