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MM 6.11: Maryland women’s lacrosse ranked No. 2 in ITA Atlantic Regional Rankings


Maryland women’s tennis was ranked No. 2 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s (ITA) year-end Atlantic Regional Rankings, it was announced last week.

This is the Terps highest regional ranking since 2017, when they were ranked No. 2.

ITA’s regional ranking includes the top-10 teams, top-20 singles and top-10 doubles for 13 different regions.

For singles, three Terps finished in the top 20 of the Atlantic region. Selma Cadar, who went 21-11 in singles this year, was ranked No. 4, Kallista Liu, who went 26-10 in singles this year, was ranked No. 9 and Minorka Miranda, who went 13-11 in singles this year, was ranked No. 20.

For doubles, Maryland’s pairing of Maria Budin and Miranda was ranked No. 4. The two had a 22-10 record this season.

In other news

Ben Messinger recapped Maryland baseball’s 2024 season and handed out end-of-season awards last week.

Maryland men’s lacrosse player Owen Murphy entered the transfer portal Monday, per Ty Xanders.

Maryland men’s lacrosse picked up its sixth transfer of the offseason on Sunday, per Terry Foy.

Former Maryland men’s lacrosse player Logan Wisnauskas accepted a job as Brown’s offensive coordinator on Saturday, per Ty Xanders.

Former Maryland baseball player Riley DeCandido committed to VCU on Saturday.

Former Maryland men’s lacrosse player Luke Wierman scored his first goal in the PLL on Friday.





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