All-time leading scorer for the Maryland men's lacrosse program. Division I's Outstanding Player. NCAA champion.
Those are just a few of the labels Matt Rambo has earned this spring. Is Tewaaraton Award winner next?
The senior attackman is considered the favorite to capture the honor given to college lacrosse's top player presented Thursday at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington.
Rambo said the award pales in comparison to playing a role in the Terps' first national championship since 1975, ending a string of nine fruitless trips to the NCAA title game.
"Lacrosse is a team sport,...