Aurora Cordingley is the USA Lacrosse Magazine D-I Women's Player of the Week

PHOTO BY JOHN STROHSACKER


Aurora Cordingley, a graduate transfer from Johns Hopkins making her College Park debut as a Maryland player on Saturday, was ready for the occasion.

She had four goals and six assists, as No. 4 Maryland dismantled No. 11 Florida 18-8. Her 10 points and six assists were the most by a Maryland player in a single game since Alex Aust hit those marks on March 5, 2013. Cordingley is the USA Lacrosse Magazine Division I Women’s Player of the Week.

“You look at that, I think that says it all,” Reese said after the game. “To have someone come in and have the field vision she has and the ability to find open players, that’s something special.”

Cordingley has already made a noticeable difference on the Maryland offense, and she’s produced 13 goals and eight assists through her first three games as a Terp.

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