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Terp of the Week: Maryland's Zoe Stukenberg, Matt Rambo and Pat Young all turn in strong performances

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

James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Taylor Cummings of Maryland women's lacrosse earned Terp of the Week honors after her complete performance against Johns Hopkins in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Our contestants in this week's Terp of the Week poll are: men's lacrosse's Matt Rambo, Pat Young, Kyle Bernlohr and Bryan Cole, women's lacrosse's Megan Whittle, Zoe Stukenberg, Caroline Steele and Megan Taylor,

Matt Rambo, Men's Lacrosse -

Rambo had four goals and two assists in Maryland's 13-7 win over Syracuse.

Pat Young, Men's Lacrosse -

Young had four goals in Maryland's NCAA quarterfinal win against Syracuse.

Kyle Bernlohr, Men's Lacrosse -

Bernlohr had a career-high 15 saves and helped shut down Syracuse's top-10 offense.

Bryan Cole, Men's Lacrosse -

Cole had four assists in Maryland's win against Syracuse.

Megan Whittle, Women's Lacrosse -

Whittle scored four first half goals and added an assist in Maryland's 18-3 win over UMass.

Zoe Stukenberg, Women's Lacrosse -

Stukenberg scored a game-high five goals in Maryland's win over UMass.

Caroline Steele, Women's Lacrosse -

Steele scored a career-high four goals in the first half and added an assist in Maryland's win over UMass.

Megan Taylor, Women's Lacrosse -

Taylor helped Maryland shut down UMass' third-ranked scoring offense, tying their season low in goals allowed with three.

Kevin Biondic, Baseball -

Biondic broke a 4-4 tie with a two-out two-run RBI single to help Maryland win its season finale against Michigan State and send the Terps to the Big Ten Tournament.