Maryland’s Megan Whittle Named Brine/US Lacrosse Player of the Week

Megan Whittle now has 270 career goals, surpassing Jen Adams' mark of 267 to become the new Maryland record holder. (PHOTO BY GREG WALL)

Megan Whittle is now Maryland’s all-time goal leader.

With her 268th career goal just 5:44 into the Terps’ 20-5 rout of Ohio State on Sunday, the senior captain passed all-time great Jen Adams to take possession of the career goals record. Whittle finished with a hat trick to push her total to 270, earning her Brine/US Lacrosse Player of the Week honors.  

“When I committed to Maryland, I always dreamed of this moment,” Whittle said. “I couldn’t have done it without my teammates and my coaching staff. I’m just so excited about this.” 


Whittle’s record comes after facing a gauntlet of teams – and faceguards – in both Big Ten and non-conference play over her four seasons. As of April 8, No. 3 Maryland boasted the No. 1 RPI.

Whittle tied Adams’ record in the Terps’ 11-10 win over Princeton on Tuesday with another hat trick. Her third goal sparked a comeback run in the second half after Maryland trailed 7-4 at the break.

“Congratulations, Megan Whittle,” Adams said. “What an accomplishment. I could’ve seen this coming four years ago when you stepped foot into College Park. It’s been such an honor and a privilege getting to see you score goal after goal on route to breaking this Maryland goals record. Best news for Terps’ fans is you’re not done yet. Keep putting them away.”

Most Recent

Why We Chose Cailin Bracken as the December 2022 Cover Star

Bracken's "A Letter to College Sports" helped kickstart mental health conversations.

Out of Darkness, a Light: Behind Cailin Bracken's Letter to College Sports

How Bracken became the voice of a mental health movement in college sports.

Behind the Whistle: We Are Grateful For ...

IWLCA member coaches share what they're thankful for ahead of Thanksgiving.

Journeyman Will Mark Primed to be Syracuse's Answer in Goal

Mark’s a Cali kid who starred at LIU before becoming Syracuse’s answer in goal.

Twitter Posts