Maryland lacrosse keeps reaping the benefits of winning the men’s and women’s NCAA championships. This time the two teams were each featured on the front of the July issue of Inside Lacrosse to commemorate their feats.
Curtis Corley is shown celebrating on the front cover, which folds out to reveal Jen Giles on the attack. Limestone and Salisbury’s men’s lacrosse teams also got a special inside cover for winning the Division II and Division III lacrosse championships.
Our championship cover: "We the Best" @TerpsMLax. Plus, gatefold w/ @MarylandWLax @LimestoneLax @SalisburyMLAX https://t.co/iwVk7EfDuA pic.twitter.com/0kqtEOPvEK— Inside Lacrosse (@Inside_Lacrosse) June 27, 2017
Corley’s portion of the cover went loud and exclaims “We The Best” like an old DJ Khaled track. On the other hand, Giles’ fold keeps it simple and points out that women’s lacrosse went undefeated en route to their title; that’s still impressive enough in its own right.
Both Maryland lacrosse teams haven’t stopped winning accolades since their respective seasons ended. Most recently Rambo and women’s lacrosse’s Zoe Stukenberg were nominated for Male and Female College Athletes of the Year, to be announced at the annual ESPY awards.
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