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Five Terps Land All-ACC Honors

Maryland Athletics
4-24-2013
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April 24, 2013

Official ACC Release

GREENSBORO, N.C. - The No. 1-ranked and unbeaten Maryland women's lacrosse team placed five student-athletes on the 2013 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Team, announced by the league Wednesday.

Katie Schwarzmann headlined the list, becoming only the third player in league history to be named All-ACC four times in a career. She was joined on the list by fellow seniors Alex Aust and Iliana Sanza, redshirt sophomore Brooke Griffin and freshman Taylor Cummings.


Katie Schwarzmann
Senior Midfielder
FOUR-TIME ALL-ACC


  • Notched a career-high seven goals to help defeat Syracuse 19-11
  • Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week and Nike National Player of the Week (2/19)
  • Tallied five goals, two assists, and a game-high seven ground balls against Towson (3/26)
  • Scored a game-high five goals to help defeat North Carolina (4/6)
  • Named ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week (4/9)
  • Became fourth player to record 200 goals at Maryland
  • ACC Defensive Player of the Week (4/19)
  • Featured on cover of Lacrosse Magazine in March
  • Awarded ACC Postgraduate Scholarship
  • Tewaaraton Watch List
  • Only third player to be named All-ACC four times


Alex Aust
Senior Attacker
TWO-TIME ALL-ACC


  • Tallied five goals along with five assists against Virginia (3/1)
  • Earned Nike National Player of the Week and ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors (3/5)
  • Scored a career high 11 points (four goals and seven assists) vs. UMBC (3/5) - seven assists is Maryland program record
  • ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week (3/12)
  • Notched six goals and an assist to help top Penn (3/30)
  • Tallied six goals and an assist against Dartmouth (4/14)
  • Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week (4/16)
  • Member of 100-point club after notching two goals and three assists at Virginia Tech (4/20)
  • Tewaaraton Watch List


Iliana Sanza
Senior Defender
TWO-TIME ALL-ACC


  • Tallied a game-high four ground balls and forced one turnover to help defeat Syracuse (2/17)
  • Recorded three draw controls and caused a turnover against Virginia (3/1)
  • Registered three ground balls and a draw control against UMBC (3/5)
  • Caused two turnovers and earned two ground balls against Penn State and Boston College
  • Tallied two caused turnovers against Princeton (4/10)
  • Posted a game-high three caused turnovers against Virginia Tech (4/20)
  • Tewaaraton Watch List


Brooke Griffin
R.Sophomore Attacker
FIRST-TIME ALL-ACC


  • Scored a team-high five points with three goals and two assists against Duke (2/24)
  • ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors (2/26)
  • Notched a hat trick against UMBC (3/5)
  • Earned a personal, season-best four goals and added two assists against Penn State (3/9)
  • Scored a game-high five goals against William & Mary (3/20)
  • Scored a goal and notched three assists to help defeat North Carolina (4/6).
  • Recorded two goals and an assist against Princeton (4/10) and Dartmouth (4/14)


Taylor Cummings
Freshman Midfielder
FIRST-TIME ALL-ACC


  • Scored a career-high five goals to help defeat Syracuse (2/17)
  • Recorded two goals and an assist against Duke (2/24)
  • Notched two goals and a game-high seven draw controls against Virginia (3/1)
  • Tallied two goals and three assists to help top Penn State (3/9)
  • Notched a game-high four goals and four draw controls against Boston College (3/16)
  • Posted two assists, six draw controls and caused two turnovers against Penn (3/30)
  • Tallied four goals and a game-high six draw controls to help defeat North Carolina (4/6)
  • Leads team with 75 draw controls, tied for third in goals (33)

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