University of Maryland midfielder notable for winning the Tewaaraton Trophy in three consecutive years in 2014, 2015 and 2016, and helping guide the Terrapins to two National Championships. The trophy is awarded to the top female collegiate lacrosse player in the country.
In high school, a few of her accolades included being named the Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year and Lacrosse Player of the Year and the Lacrosse Magazine National and Mid-Atlantic Player of the Year.
She joined the US National team in 2015-2016. She was nominated for a 2015 ESPY Award in the category of Best Female College Athlete.
Her younger sister Kelsey played for the Maryland women's lacrosse team as well. Their parents are Carol Cummings and Michael Cummings.
She was nominated alongside Missy Franklin for the Best Female College Athlete Espy Award that would be won by Franklin.