Numerous Terps competed in the final day of the FIL World Cup with multiple Terrapins bringing home medals for their national teams.
Seventeen members of the Maryland women's lacrosse team are ready to compete in the elimination rounds of the 2017 FIL World Cup.
Maryland women's lacrosse will be heavily represented as the 2017 FIL World Cup, which kicks off Wednesday in England.
Six incoming freshmen for the Maryland women's lacrosse team will compete in the Under Armour All-America game Saturday.
Redshirt freshman defender Meghan Doherty and freshman attacker Kali Hartshorn were named to ILWomen's 25-player All-Rookie Team.
Adding to their postseason accolades, attackman Matt Rambo and midfielder Zoe Stukenberg were nominated for ESPYS Wednesday.
Sophomore goalie Megan Taylor was selected as ILWomen's Co-National Goalie of the Year this week after backlining the Maryland women's lacrosse team to a 23-0 record and the 2017 NCAA Championship.
Nadine Hadnagy was selected as ILWomen's National Defender of the Year on Tuesday.
Zoe Stukenberg added to her postseason honors as she was selected as ILWomen's National Midfielder of the Year Monday.
Midfielder Zoe Stukenberg was named the Honda Sport Award winner for lacrosse, as announced Thursday.
Midfielder Zoe Stukenberg was selected to the CoSIDA First Team All-America At-Large team, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America Thursday.
Maryland women's lacrosse's Zoe Stukenberg, Nadine Hadnagy and Megan Taylor earned the IWLCA's top positional honors at the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-America banquet Saturday.