Seven Maryland women’s lacrosse players were Inside Lacrosse All-Americans on Friday.

Attacker Megan Whittle and defender Julia Braig made the First Team, while defender Lizzie Colson earned Second Team honors. Midfielder Jen Giles, goalkeeper Megan Taylor and attackers Caroline Steele and Kali Hartshorn were named Honorable Mentions.

Whittle, who was named to the Second Team last year, has totaled 80 goals, 14 assists, 38 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers so far this season. She was also named the Big Ten Attacker of the Year and the Big Ten Tournament MVP.

Braig earned an Honorable Mention last season and has 25 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers this season. The junior was named the Big Ten Defender of the Year.

Colson leads the Terps with 38 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers, while Giles leads with 25 assists and also has 45 goals, 36 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers.

Steele has 57 goals and 19 assists, second on the team with 118 points. Taylor is the Big Ten Goaltender of the Year and has 163 saves. Hartshorn earned an Honorable Mention for the second straight year and leads Maryland with 125 draw controls.