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Terp of the Week: Maryland's Taylor Cummings, Connor Kelly and Taylor Bloom all turned in strong performances

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

James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Caroline Wannen's career game, with a career-high four goals and three assists, that helped No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse thrash No. 2 Florida, 14-4, led her to victory in our last Terp of the Week poll.

Maryland lacrosse is well-represented again this week after some impressive performances. Women's track and field had too many impressive performances to count. Our contestants in this week's poll are: women's lacrosse's Taylor Cummings and Megan Whittle, men's lacrosse's Connor Kelly, the entire women's track and field team, baseball's Brian Shaffer and Taylor Bloom, men's basketball's Rasheed Sulaimon and women's basketball's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough.

Taylor Cummings, Women's Lacrosse -

In two games this week, Cummings scored seven goals and had two assists, 17 draw controls, seven ground balls and seven caused turnovers.

Megan Whittle, Women's Lacrosse -

In her two games this week, Whittle scored nine goals.

Connor Kelly, Men's Lacrosse -

Kelly had a career-high six points against No. 12 North Carolina with three goals and three assists.

Women's Track and Field -

The Maryland women's track and field team won the Maryland Invitational, scoring 203 points more than second-place Howard. 12 different Terps won individual events on the women's side.

Brian Shaffer, Baseball -

Shaffer tossed a complete game in the series finale against Iowa, allowing only one run.

Taylor Bloom, Baseball -

Bloom threw seven innings of shutout ball in the second game of Maryland's series against Iowa.

Rasheed Sulaimon, Men's Basketball -

Sulaimon scored a team-high 18 points in Maryland's Sweet 16 loss to Kansas.

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Women's Basketball -

Walker-Kimbrough scored a team-high 17 points and added 11 boards in Maryland's second round loss to Washington.