Maryland women's lacrosse midfielder Taylor Cummings made history Thursday night by winning a record third-straight Tewaaraton Award. No other player in NCAA lacrosse history, men's or women's, has won more than two Tewaaraton Awards, lacrosse's equivalent of the Heisman Trophy.
A look at the plethora of awards she racked up in her career as a Terp:
2013 - ACC Freshman of the Year and IWLCA First Team All-American
2014 - First Team All-ACC, IWLCA First Team All-American, Final Four Most Outstanding Player, IWLCA National Midfielder of the Year, Honda Award winner, Tewaaraton Award winner, ESPY nominee for Best Female College Athlete and member of the U.S. National Team
2015 - Big Ten Midfielder of the Year, IWLCA First Team All-American, Final Four Most Outstanding Player, IWLCA National Midfielder of the Year, Honda Award winner, Tewaaraton Award winner, ESPN nominee for Best Female College Athlete, Big Ten Female Athlete of the Year and member of the the U.S. National Team
In addition to the Tewaaraton, Cummings has picked up Big Ten Midfielder of the Year and IWLCA First Team All-American honors. She seems a lock win the Honda Award, IWLCA National Midfielder of the Year and be picked as a member of the U.S. National Team again as well.
Her name is all over the Maryland record book. She set the single-season records for draw controls and caused turnovers and finished her career first in draw controls, ninth in assists, third in goals and second in points.
Cummings' career ended in disappointing fashion last weekend as Maryland lost in the national championship game to North Carolina. She finishes with a career record of 88-4 (including a perfect 44-0 at home), two national championships and two national runner-up finishes.
While last weekend was certainly disappointing for both Maryland and Cummings, she was all smiles on Thursday night.
Cummings is now the most decorated college lacrosse player in NCAA history.