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Terp of the Week: Maryland's Taylor Cummings, Matt Rambo and Alice Mercer all turn in strong performances

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Who had the best week in Maryland athletics? You decide!

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Maryland men's lacrosse's Connor Kelly scored a career-high four goals in Maryland's Big Ten Tournament semifinal win against Rutgers. He matched that with another four goals against Johns Hopkins in the final, leading the Terrapins to their first-ever Big Ten Tournament title. Kelly's performance landed him a spot on the All-Tournament team and earned him Terp of the Week honors.

Maryland men's and women's lacrosse both advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals. There were a number of great performances from the games this weekend. The contestants in this week's Testudo Times Terp of the Week poll are: women's lacrosse's Taylor Cummings, Megan Whittle and Alice Mercer, men's lacrosse's Matt Rambo, Bryan Cole and Austin Henningsen, track and field's Chioma Onyekwere and baseball's Brian Shaffer.

Taylor Cummings, Women's Lacrosse -

Cummings recorded three goals, three ground balls, four caused turnovers and four draw controls in Maryland's 14-8 win over Johns Hopkins.

Megan Whittle, Women's Lacrosse -

Whittle scored a team-high four goals in Maryland's win over Johns Hopkins.

Alice Mercer, Women's Lacrosse -

Mercer caused a game-high five turnovers and picked up four ground balls in Maryland's win over Johns Hopkins.

Matt Rambo, Men's Lacrosse -

Rambo had three goals and two assists in Maryland's 13-6 win over Quinnipiac.

Bryan Cole, Men's Lacrosse -

Bryan Cole had three goals and one assist in Maryland's win over Quinnipiac.

Austin Henningsen, Men's Lacrosse -

Henningsen won 14 of 17 faceoffs in Maryland's 13-6 win over Quinnipiac.

Chioma Onyekwere, Track and Field -

Onyekwere was named Second Team All-Big Ten after taking second in the shot put at the Big Ten Track and Field Championships.

Brian Shaffer, Baseball -

Shaffer threw eight shutout innings and only allowed three hits in Maryland's 6-0 win against Rutgers.