• Backlines the No. 1 Maryland women’s lacrosse team while also serving as one of the team’s captains.
• Through 17 games, leads the country with a .563 save percentage, posting 178 saves to only 138 goals allowed.
• Has over a 50-percent save percentage in 15 of 19 games to this point and leads the third-ranked Maryland defense, only allowing 7.47 goals per game.
• Has been named the IWLCA National Player of the Week three times and the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week six times this season, as well as being on the Tewaaraton Watch List.
Sr., Potomac, Md.
• Holds 3.62 GPA in Robert H. Smith School of Business. Dean’s List. Geary F. Eppley Award recipient.
• Has emerged as a senior to play his most significant role yet, scoring a career-high in goals while earning a starting role.
• Helped Maryland win 2017 National Championship as extra man specialist.
• Has continued a three-generation family legacy of playing lacrosse at Maryland, wearing the same number (#32) as his father Marc, who played in the early 80s. Grandfather Harry also played at Maryland in early 50s.
• 2018 Big Ten Player of the Year and NFHCA National Player of the Year.
• Two-time NFHCA All-American.
• Member of the SAAC advisory board.
• Three-time All-Big Ten honoree.
• Native of Bel Air, Md. that grew up coming to Maryland games. She was a ball girl as a middle schooler and looked up to current assistant coach Katie Bam.
• Ends his career third all-time at Maryland in all-purpose yards (4,196).
• Fourth all-time leading rusher in school history (2,635 yards).
• Posted 1,194 kickoff return yards during his career, which included kickoff returns for touchdowns at Ohio State and Michigan.
• Playing at Maryland for his home state was a dream of his as a kid.
• Emerged in his final season as the ace of Maryland’s pitching staff. Emerged as a leader of Maryland’s pitching staff, who inspires teammates with improved mental toughness.
• Tossed 49 innings with a 2.20 ERA and 40 strikeouts to just 11 walks. Has a batting average against of under .200.
• Coming off a breakout season in which he was Maryland’s best starting pitcher, tossing 89 innings with a 3.44 ERA and a .225 batting average against.
• Barely pitched during his sophomore season and has turned it around to become one of Maryland’s best starting pitchers this decade.