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Following Baltimore's Top Lacrosse Players

May 31, 2016
PressBox tracks how some of the Baltimore area's top high school lacrosse players from the past few years are faring at the collegiate level.

Taylor Cummings 
High School: McDonogh
College: Maryland
Year: Senior
Position: Attack/Midfield
Notes: Cummings scored a game-high tying four goals to go with one ground ball and two caused turnovers during a 19-9 rout of fourth-seeded Syracuse in the national semifinals May 27. Two days later, she was held to one goal and one ground ball during a 13-7 loss to third-seeded North Carolina in the national championship game. 
Up Next: The Terps end the season 22-1. 

Megan Whittle
High School: McDonogh
College: Maryland
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Whittle notched a game-best tying four goals to go with one assist and one ground ball during the rout of Syracuse. She followed that up with a team-leading three goals and two caused turnovers during the loss to North Carolina. 

Zoe Stukenberg 
High School: Marriotts Ridge
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Stukenberg registered three goals, one ground ball and one caused turnover during the rout of Syracuse. She then notched one goal, one helper and a team-high tying three ground balls during the loss to North Carolina.. 

Erica Bodt
High School: Bryn Mawr
College: Syracuse 
Year: Senior
Position: Midfield 
Notes: Bodt tallied one goal, caused one turnover and collected a team-best tying two ground balls during the loss to Maryland. 
Up Next: The Orange finish the season with a 19-6 mark. 

Colin Heacock
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Heacock contributed a team-best tying three goals to go with two ground balls, one assist and one caused turnover during a 15-14 overtime victory against fifth-seeded Brown in the national semifinals May 28. Two days later, he recorded two goals, two assists and two ground balls during a 15-14 overtime loss to North Carolina in the national title game. 
Up Next: The Terps cap the season with a 17-3 mark. 

Stephen Kelly 
High School: Calvert Hall
College: North Carolina
Position: Midfield 
Notes: Kelly set game highs in faceoff wins (19) and ground balls (nine) to go with two helpers during an 18-13 win against seventh-seeded Loyola in the national semifinals May 28. Two days later, he set team bests in faceoff wins (eight) and ground balls (four) to go with one caused turnover during the 15-14 win against Maryland in the national championship game. 
Up Next: The Tar Heels (12-6) are the first unseeded team to win the NCAA tournament in its 46-year history. 

Pat Spencer
High School: Boys' Latin 
College: Loyola
Year: Freshman
Position: Attack
Notes: Spencer netted one goal and dished out a team-leading five assists during the loss to North Carolina.  
Up Next: The Greyhounds close out the season at 14-4. 

Madison Cyr 
High School: Winters Mill
College: Penn State
Year: Senior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Cyr set team benchmarks in ground balls (five) and caused turnovers (four) to go with two goals and one feed during a 12-11 loss to North Carolina in the national semifinals May 27. 
Up Next: The Nittany Lions finish the season with a 14-7 record. 

Jenna Mosketti 
High School: Fallston 
College: Penn State
Year: Senior
Position: Attack
Notes: Mosketti buried a team-high three goals to go with one ground ball and one caused turnover during the loss to North Carolina. 

Megan Ward
High School: St. Mary's 
College: North Carolina 
Year: Senior
Position: Goalie
Notes: After failing to record a save and allowing five goals to Penn State in the national semifinals, Ward stopped a career-high 14-of-21 shots during a 13-7 win against Maryland in the national title game. 
Up Next: The Tar Heels won their second national championship in program history and the first since 2013.