|League||United Women's Lacrosse League|
|Based in||Baltimore, Maryland|
|Colors||Purple, Black, Metallic Gold|
|General manager||Krystin Porcella|
|Head coach||Jen Adams|
The Baltimore Ride are a United Women's Lacrosse League (UWLX) professional women's field lacrosse team based in Baltimore, Maryland. They have played in the UWLX since the 2016 season. In the 2016 season, the four teams in the UWLX will play on a barnstorming format, with all four teams playing at a single venue.
The Baltimore Ride is one of the original four teams of the United Women's Lacrosse League (MLL). UWLX was founded by Digit Murphy and Aronda Kirby in a strategic partnership with STX.  On February 23, 2016, Colleen Shearer was named as the first general manager in franchise history. On March 17, 2016, Jen Adams was announced as the Ride's first head coach.
The first game in franchise history took place on May 28, 2016 at Goodman Stadium at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Opposing the Long Island Storm, Baltimore lost by a 13–12 mark. The team's first-ever goal was scored by Beth Glaros, with Courtney Swan logging the assist. Glaros would finish the game with four goals to compile the first four-goal performance in franchise history.
In the Ride’s second game, a 17–16 loss to the Boston Storm, Alex Aust set a league record and team record for most goals in a game. She would score a hat trick in the first and second half of the game, logging six goals overall. 
The following represented the Ride’s inaugural draft class. Of note, Katie Schwarzmann would be the first ever player selected in the history of the UWLX Draft, taken by the Ride with the top pick. Later in the draft, Dana Dobbie would be the first Canadian-born player selected in draft history.
|1||Katie Schwarzmann||Midfielder||United States||Maryland|
|2||Alex Aust||Attacker||United States||Maryland|
|3||Kristen Carr||Defender||United States||North Carolina|
|4||Brooke Griffin||Attacker||United States||Maryland|
|5||Allyson Carey||Midfielder||United States||Vanderbilt|
|6||Morgan Stephens||Defender||United States||Virginia|
|7||Courtney Swan||Attacker||United States||Virginia|
|9||Beth Glaros||Midfielder||United States||Maryland|
|10||Sam Farrell||Defender||United States||Florida|
|11||Kitty Cullen||Attack||United States||Florida|
|12||Corinne Gandolfi-Unterstein||Midfielder||United States||Hofstra|
|13||Crysti Foote||Attack||United States||Notre Dame|
|14||Frankie Caridi||Goalie||United States||Stony Brook|
|15||Kerry Stoothoff||Goalie||United States||Loyola|
|16||Alyssa Fleming||Defender||United States||Stony Brook|
|17||Maddie Lesher||Defender||United States||Loyola|
|18||Amanda Johansen||Midfielder||United States||USC|
|19||Mallory Frysinger||Defense||United States||North Carolina|
|20||Erica Bodt||Midfielder||United States||Syracuse|
|21||Taylor Cummings||Midfielder||United States||Maryland|
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