Field Hockey

Sr., Bel Air, Md.

• 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

• Helped team to to Big Ten title and an appearance in the NCAA Championship game.



So., Temple Hills, Md.

• Earned second team All-Big Ten Honors.

• Barber led the Terps all season and competed all-around in all 12 regular season meets of the season as Maryland went 17-8, including 8-1 at home.

• Season highs of 9.825 on vault, 9.875 on bars, 9.900 on beam, 9.875 on floor and 39.425 in the All-Around.

• Lead the Terps to their second straight regional appearance and competed on all four events in the Athens Regional.

Women's Basketball

Jr., Glenn Dale, Md.

• Has led team in scoring the last two seasons, leading them to 55 wins (26 in 2018 and 29 this year), a Big Ten regular season title and two straight NCAA Second Rounds

• Led the Terps in scoring in 17 of 34 games this season

• 2019 Unanimous First Team All-Big Ten (one of only two players). 2019 All-Big Ten Tournament Team. Four-time Big Ten weekly honoree

• Led the Terps and No. 4 in the Big Ten in points (17.0)

• No. 7 in the Big Ten in FG% (.486). Averaged 6 points better than her season average in the postseason with 23.2 points per game and increased rebounding as well with 8.4 per game

Women's Lacrosse

Sr., Ellicott City, Md.

• Leader and top midfielder on the No. 2 women’s lacrosse team, that currently stands at 16-0 and has clinched the

Big Ten Regular Season title.

• Currently leads Maryland with 47 goals, 19 assists, 66 points, while also standing second on the team with 25 groundballs

• Has seven games this season with over three goals and has over three points in 11 of 15 contests.

• Considered the top midfielder in the country, Giles has been named to the Tewaaraton Watch List and a preseason All-American. A two-time All American.


So, Middletown, Md.

• Had an all-time great year for the Terps, being the main piece that led Maryland to the most Big Ten wins in program history

• Led the Big Ten with 4.32 kills per set, with her 493 kills standing as the second most in a single-season in Maryland history

• Maryland’s first ever First Team All-Big Ten honoree and also earned All-Region and Volleyball Magazine Honorable Mention All-American honors.

• Had double-digit kills in 27 of 32 matches, over 20 kills in seven matches, posted 14 double-doubles (kills and digs) and ended the year with 493 kills, 287 digs, 65 blocks, 22 aces and 18 assists.