(Photo: Josue Acevedo)
The ending to Logan Wisnauskas’ career at Maryland just got sweeter as the attackman was named the 2022 Tewaaraton Award winner in Washington, D.C. at the Tewaaraton Award ceremony on Thursday night.
Wisnauskas came back for a fifth and final season in 2022 and did nothing but break records and lead Maryland to one of the best seasons in program history, which culminated with the Terrapins becoming the first unbeaten national champion since 2006 on Monday afternoon after a 9-7 win over Cornell.
Handed the heralded No. 1 jersey ahead of the season, Wisnauskas not only made sure that he upheld that legacy, but also went out as one of the best to ever wear a Maryland uniform. Wisnauskas began the 2022 season with an eight-point (5G/3A) outing against High Point on February 5th and followed it up with a six-point (3G/3A) game against Loyola a week later. And from there, things only went up.
Despite playing with the deepest offense in college lacrosse, Wisnauskas averaged 5.72 points per game and 3.38 goals per game. He finished the year with a 48% shooting percentage and only once (vs Penn State) scored less than two goals in a game.
When all was said and done and the Terrapins walked off the field on Memorial Day with an 18-0 record and the national championship trophy in hand, Wisnauskas had put up a season total of 61 goals and 42 assists for 103 points. That gives him a career total of 205 goals, 135 assists, and 340 points.
Wisnauskas leaves Maryland as the school’s third Tewaaraton winner, joining his former teammate Jared Bernhardt who won it last season, and Matt Rambo who claimed the award in 2017 after also leading the Terrapins to a national title. However, the attackman also leaves atop the record books as the Terrapins’ All-time program leader in goals (205) and points (340), as well as the program record-holder for points in a season (103).
Last month, Wisnauskas was selected first overall in the Premier Lacrosse League draft by Chrome Lacrosse Club. He was one of four Terrapins selected in this year’s draft.