Aust, Cummings, Sanza and Schwarzmann land on first team; Griffin and Mercer on second
Schwarzmann, Sanza Named ACC Offensive, Defensive Player of the Year
Schwarzmann headlines list as four-time All-ACC honoree
Terps complete undefeated regular season with 15-7 win
Maryland heads to Virginia Tech in search outright ACC crown at noon
As a Senior in 2013: ACC Defender of the Year...Tewaaraton nominee...IWLCA First Team All-American...Synapse Sport All-American...All-ACC...contributed to the defensive play to help the Terps top Richmond 12-3 in season opener (2/10)... recorded a game-high four ground balls and forced one turnover to help defeat Syracuse (2/17)... tallied one draw control against Duke (2/24)... tallied 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 (3/9)... caused two turnovers and earned two ground balls against Boston College (3/16)... tallied two ground balls against Stony Brook (3/17), James Madison (3/23) and UNC (4/6)... caused two turnovers against Princeton (4/10)... tallied a draw control and caused a turnover against Dartmouth (4/14)... recorded a game-high three caused turnovers against Virginia Tech (4/20)... fielded four ground balls to help defeat UNC 12-8 in the ACC Championship game (4/28)...capped her senior season with 33 ground balls, 20 draw controls and 19 caused turnovers while starting in 21 games.
As a Junior in 2012: IWLCA First Team All-American...Synapse Sport First Team All-American....WomensLax.com All-America team...2012 ACC Defensive Player of the Year...IWLCA First Team All-Region selection...2012 Tewaaraton Watch List nominee ... Inside Lacrosse Preseason First Team All-American ... ACC Defensive Player of the Week (2/21) ... All-ACC...named to ACC championship all-tournament team...tallied two caused turnovers and three ground balls in NCAA semifinals en route to NCAA Championship All-Tournament honors...recorded season-high six ground balls against UMass (5/12) in NCAA First Round...tallied three ground balls against William & Mary (2/12) ... notched four draw controls against Delaware (2/16) ... secured four draw controls at No. 17 Penn State ... racked up three draw controls and one ground ball against Duke (2/25) ... notched three draw controls and tallied two ground balls at Hofstra (3/4)...tallied four ground balls, three draw controls and four caused turnovers against Stony Brook (3/20)...registered season-high five caused turnovers against Richmond (3/13)...recorded three ground balls and three caused turnovers at North Carolina (4/7)...tallied five ground balls, seven draw controls and five caused turnovers in three games to help guide a stout defensive effort as the Terps won their fourth straight ACC title...racked up three ground balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover against Georgetown (4/25).
As a Sophomore in 2011: IWLCA Second Team All-Region selection...key defender for Maryland, starting in 22 matches...had three ground balls at No. 20 Boston College (3/20)...tallied two caused turnovers each against No. 3 Duke (2/25), No. 5 Virginia (3/4) and No. 10 James Madison (3/26)...racked up season-high four ground balls at Towson (3/29)...tacked on three ground balls and a caused turnover against No. 12 Princeton (4/13)...boasted four caused turnovers against No. 4 UNC (4/8)...tallied three ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Tar Heels in the ACC title game (4/24)...secured four ground balls at No. 14 Dartmouth (5/1)...amassed five ground balls and two caused turnovers against Duke in the national semifinals...registered 31 ground balls, 12 draw controls and 23 caused turnovers for the nation's top ranked defense.
As a Freshman in 2010: Played in 17 games during her rookie season...Maryland's top defender off the bench...came up with a vital interception in the closing minutes of the Terps' national championship contest against Northwestern (5/30)...concluded that match with a career-high five draw controls while adding two caused turnovers and a ground ball...picked up two ground balls and a career-high three caused turnovers in the ACC semifinals against Virginia (4/23)...had two draw controls, two ground balls and two caused turnovers in a 20-8 rout of Stanford (3/25)...finished the season with 17 ground balls, 14 draw controls and 14 caused turnovers despite missing three games due to a knee injury in early May.
Prep: Sanza won 12 letters while enrolled at St. Paul's School for Girls, four apiece in soccer, basketball and lacrosse... three-time captain in soccer and served as a captain for basketball as a senior...in lacrosse, First Team All-American, all-metro, all-county, IAAM All-Star as senior...2008 Tewaaraton Watch List...second team all-metro as a junior while leading high school in caused turnovers and groundballs...ranked #12 in Inside Lacrosse Top Rising Freshman Poll...first team all-county in soccer as well as IAAM All-Star...also an IAAM All-Star pick in hoops.
Personal: Daughter of Jose and Griselda Sanza...has one sister, Lidia...lists her favorite athlete as NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens because of his athletic ability and confident personality...went on a community service trip to Honduras while enrolled at St. Paul's...chose Maryland because she has "always been a Maryland athletics fan and it was just my dream school"...undecided on major.