Maryland field hockey midfielder Lein Holsboer and defender Carrie Hanks were named NFHCA All-Americans on Tuesday, the team announced in a news release.

Holsboer earned first team recognition, while Hanks was named to the second team.

In her final season in College Park, Holsboer was Maryland’s biggest offensive threat. She started every game, recording 11 goals and 15 assists. Her 57 shots ranked third-most on the team, and her role in organizing the Terps’ attack penalty corners helped defender Bodil Keus record a team-high 13 scores.

Before Maryland’s NCAA tournament run, which ended with a loss to No. 1 Connecticut in the championship game, coach Missy Meharg said Holsboer was “one of the greatest players to ever play” for the Terps.

Hanks similarly had a productive season, anchoring a backline that featured three starting freshmen. She started every game and recorded the decisive score in the Terps’ double-overtime win against Penn State on Oct. 15.

Both Holsboer and Hanks were named to the NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic First Team last month.