Maryland women’s lacrosse attacker Megan Whittle, defender Julia Braig and goalkeeper Megan Taylor were three of 25 players named Tewaaraton Award nominees Thursday, the team announced.

The award is given to the best player in men’s and women’s collegiate lacrosse. A Terp has received the honor for six consecutive seasons. Senior Zoe Stukenberg earned the honor last year.

Whittle leads the No. 3 Terps with 61 goals and 73 points. She also leads the Big Ten and is ranked top-ten nationally with 61 goals, 7.88 shots per game and 1.81 free position goals per game. She scored her 268th career goal April 15 against Ohio State to become Maryland’s all-time leading scorer.

Taylor leads the Big Ten and is ninth in the country with a 9.03 goals-against average.

Braig has tallied 17 ground balls and six caused turnovers on the season. She has played a key role for Maryland’s defense that has held opponents to fewer than 10 goals in eight of the last 10 games.

Ten finalists, five men and five women’s players, will be announced on May 10. The 18th annual award ceremony is scheduled for May 31 in Washington D.C.