- The Greyhounds senior attackman and the Terps senior goalkeeper were honored Thursday night at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.
- The Davidsonville resident and Boys’ Latin graduate is a two-time Tewaaraton Award finalist and the only player in NCAA Division I history to rank in the Top 20 in points (second), assists (tied for second) and goals (20th) per game.
- Towson midfielder Kaitlyn Montalbano led the Tigers in scoring as a sophomore, but as the offense had grown around her, she’s continued to play a major role — just not always as the big finisher.
- Up by a goal late in the first half, the host Terps scored five straight — including four by senior Megan Whittle (McDonogh) — while holding Penn State scoreless for the next 21:48 in a 13-8 win.
- Senior attacker Megan Whittle scored her 268th career goal with 24:16 remaining in the first half to become the Maryland women's lacrosse team's all-time goal leader Sunday.
- Maryland attacker Megan Whittle needs just four goals to break the Terps' goal-scoring record set by her idol, Jen Adams, in 2001.
- Almost 24 hours after accepting the Tewaaraton Award as the best player in women's college lacrosse this spring, Maryland's Zoe Stukenberg is still a little bit
- Rebuilding a defense in women's lacrosse often takes time, because the players have to develop the cohesion to be stingy as a unit, but Maryland's new defense hasn't needed much time to excel.
- When Division I women's lacrosse teams began playing with a 90-second possession clock in fall ball, two things stood out. First, 90 seconds is a lot longer than anyone thought. Second, there's still a lot to learn about managing the clock once the games actually mean something.
North Carolina(Maryland¿s Taylor Cummings and Megan Douty are among the five finalists announced Thursday for the women¿s Tewaaraton Award, given annually to the best player in college lacrosse.The Atlantic Coast Conference, led by overall No. 1 seed Maryland, dominated the top spots in the NCAA Division I women's championship bracket announced Sunday night, with six teams among the eight seeded spots in the 26-team field.The Loyola Maryland women are already in the NCAA tournament, earning an automatic berth with its Patriot League championship Sunday, but the Greyhounds could make a big impression on the selection committee with a win over the No. 2 Orange in Saturday's regular-season finale.Maryland's high-octane offense couldn't quite hit every gear against Syracuse, but the No. 1 Terps had just enough in the tank to win Friday night's NCAA semifinal.Today's guest is Maryland senior attacker Alex Aust. The Bullis graduate has made assisting her signature contribution to the No. 1 Terps' 19-0 season and their No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament as they prepare to host Towson or Stony Brook in a second round game Sunday at noon.Navy earned its first seeded spot in the NCAA women's Division I lacrosse tournament and Loyola's late surge was enough for an at-large bid when the selections to the newly-expanded 26-team bracket were announced Sunday night.Katie Schwarzmann doesn't have the Tewaaraton trophy displayed prominently in her College Park house. For now, it sits on a shelf in the basement of her parents' Sykesville home.Division I women's college lacrosse is in the middle of one of its biggest growth spurts in years, and several recent changes appear likely to spark even more expansion soon.Former Terps players Jen Adams, Brian Dougherty, and Kelly Amonte Hiller, as well as eight-time national champion coach Cindy Timchal, were inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame on Saturday night at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley.