122. Paula Infante, field hockey

She twice won the Honda Award -- field hockey's answer to the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVSPR000087" title="Heisman Trophy" href="/topic/sports/football/college-football/heisman-trophy-EVSPR000087.topic">Heisman Trophy</a> -- while leading <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000188" title="Maryland Terrapins" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/maryland-terrapins-ORSPT000188.topic">Maryland</a> to back-to-back <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000122" title="NCAA" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/ncaa-ORSPT000122.topic">NCAA</a> championships (2005-2006). Infante was a four-time first-team All American, only the second Terrapin in any sport so named. As a sophomore, she set an NCAA tournament record, scoring 10 points in one game. She's now captain of the Chilean national team.

( Baltimore Sun photo by David Hobby / October 7, 2006 )

She twice won the Honda Award -- field hockey's answer to the Heisman Trophy -- while leading Maryland to back-to-back NCAA championships (2005-2006). Infante was a four-time first-team All American, only the second Terrapin in any sport so named. As a sophomore, she set an NCAA tournament record, scoring 10 points in one game. She's now captain of the Chilean national team.

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