• 2017 FIL World Cup Australian National Team member
• 2017 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
• 3x Academic All-Big Ten (2015, '16, '17)
• 2015 U19 Australian National Team member
• 2015 FIL U19 Championship All-World Team
As a Senior in 2017: Saw playing time in nine games ... had three points (1G, 2A) at Rutgers (4/8) ... scored once at Hofstra (3/4).
As a Junior in 2016: Played in eight games ... scored twice in the last six minutes vs. William & Mary (2/14) ... totaled five goals and two ground balls.
As a Sophomore in 2015: Saw playing time in six games, including wins over William & Mary (2/15), Hofstra (2/28), UMBC (3/4), James Madison (3/21), Rutgers (4/4) and Michigan (4/18).
As a Freshman in 2014: Saw action in seven games for the Terps…recorded her first collegiate goal in a win against William & Mary (3/5)…also scored one goal against Virginia Tech (4/19)...tallied a draw control vs. UMBC (2/14) and Virginia Tech.
Before Maryland: Member of Senior Women's Victorian Women's Team since 2012…2013 Senior Women's National Championship, Most Valuable Player Award and on all-star team at U18 Women's National Championship…all-star team for both the Senior Women's National Championship and U18 Women's National Championship in 2012…also all-star team member in 2011 Women's National Championship…MVP of final and tourney most valuable player at U18 Women's National Championship…part of silver medal winning U19 Australian World Cup team.
Personal: Full name is Theadora Kwas…daughter of Matt and Cally Kwas…has one sister, Kathryn, and two brothers Stanley and Peter…lists biggest sports thrill as winning the silver medal at the 2011 U19 FIL World Cup…chose Maryland because “it has had a great connection with Australians in the past and has an incredible lacrosse program run by great coaches.”
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KWAS CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 2 vs. William & Mary (2/14/16)
Assists: 2 vs. Rutgers (4/18/17)
Points: 3 vs. Rutgers (4/8/17)