Women's college lacrosse: The honors keep coming for Maryland's Taylor Cummings, who adds Big Ten Female Athlete of the Year to her extensive lacrosse resume. Cummings, a McDonogh graduate who led the No. 1 Terps to their second straight NCAA championship last month, won the Tewaaraton Award and the Honda Award, both as the best player in women's college lacrosse, for the second straight year. On Wednesday, she added the Big Ten award in the first year Maryland has been a member of the conference. As a junior, Cummings led the Terps in points (100), assists (37), draw controls (143) and caused turnovers (36). A three-time first-team All-American, she was the Big Ten Midfielder of the Year, the National Midfielder of the Year and the Most Outstanding Player in the NCAA Division I tournament. Cummings scored three goals, including the game-winner, in the national title game.