On Saturday, Maryland's women's lacrosse team will take the field for the first time in five years without perhaps the best player ever in the college game: three-time Tewaaraton Award winner Taylor Cummings.
The do-it-all midfielder led the Terps to an 88-4 record and two national championships while dominating almost every statistical category for the past three years. They reached the NCAA final all four years, their best run since winning a record seven straight national titles between 1995 and 2001.
Still, don't expect Maryland, which opens at William & Mary, to collapse without her.
While the Terps don't have one person who can take Cummings' place, they have a...