Maryland Welcomes Panthers to College Park

February 16, 2016

High Point is coming to College Park to take on the Maryland Terrapins. The Terps will be opening the season and are eager to start the path back to Philadelphia and the National Final Four. High Point will be on their third game of the season, after competing against Boston University at home. In the Panthers’ opening contest against Duke, they were outrun by a Duke team that will wear…

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2016 College Lacrosse Season Preview: Maryland Terrapins

January 1, 2016

Overview: The Maryland Terrapins made it to the National Championship game, falling to Denver.  The Terrapins avenged an earlier loss to Johns Hopkins to get there, which was a happy moment for the Terrapin alumni base.  Many key pieces to the championship game run need to be replaced as Maryland looks to finally bring home the title to College Park for the first time since the mid 70s. Strengths: Defense…

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NCAA Fall Ball Check In: Maryland Terrapins

September 25, 2015

Maryland made it all the way to the championship game, the third time in five years, and John Tillman is looking for his squad to return the title to College Park for the first time in forty years. The last time the Terps won the title, the Philadelphia Flyers were still the Broad Street Bullies. Which shows you the drought they are under with being continually atop the polls in…

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Pat Young Transferring to Maryland

June 9, 2015

Pat Young will be transferring out of UMBC and will be joining Maryland University’s lacrosse team for his final college lacrosse season. Since Young’s first days as a Retriever, he has been one of the best players at UMBC and of the top players to watch in the American East Conference and NCAA lacrosse. In just his freshman year in 2013, Young recorded 39 points and was the American East Rookie…

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Simmons: How Maryland and Denver Arrived Here

May 25, 2015

Preseason Poll This has been an incredible year of lacrosse. For me, it is always interesting to look back at the start of the year and compare the results. I started looking back at the polls throughout the year and compare them to the end results. For simplicity’s sake, let’s just look at the Media Poll and leave the USILA Coaches poll out of the conversation. The preseason poll looked…

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NCAA Championship: Maryland vs Denver

May 25, 2015

  We’ve finally reached the finish line in the college lacrosse season, as Maryland meets Denver in the Division 1 Championship game Monday at Lincoln Financial Field at 1 PM.  Maryland comes in as the #6 seed and has been impressive this season, especially at defense, led by goaltender Kyle Bernlohr, a 1st Team All-American.  Denver comes in as the #4 seed and has dominated their opponents for the most…

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Rambo, Maryland Holds On And Gets Revenge Against Hopkins: Rapid Reaction

May 23, 2015

Matt Rambo’s Twitter name is “Lion,” and he certainly played like one today, especially in the 4th quarter in an 11-10 win over Johns Hopkins. The sophomore from nearby Glenside and alum of La Salle College High School scored four goals and two assists to lead the Terrapins to their first national championship game since 2012, where they fell to Loyola. Maryland got on the board first with a goal…

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NCAA Final Four Preview: Who Expected This?

May 20, 2015

At the beginning of the season, many people had Denver and Notre Dame in Philadelphia for Championship weekend. But Maryland?  Some people may have picked them, but the absence of Goran Murray, the availability of Matt Rambo, and the uncertainty in net were big question marks.  Turns out that the defense has been the strength of the Terps all year, which has them against….Johns Hopkins. Oh the Blue Jays, a…

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Maryland Dominates, Ends UNC’s Season

May 18, 2015

It’s been a repeated saying for the past few years: North Carolina looks like a team that can make it to Championship Weekend, but then falls short. And it happened yet again on Sunday on the campus of the Naval Academy, as Maryland dominated North Carolina 14-7. Entering the day, North Carolina had one of the best offenses in the entire country, which included attackmen Jimmy Bitter and Joey Sankey….

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