Maryland women’s lacrosse will face No. 7 seed Duke in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday. This is the first meeting between these two programs since the Terps left the ACC to join the Big Ten in 2014. https://t.co/SlCvVh3n1y
No. 3 seed Maryland men’s lacrosse will start its NCAA Tournament campaign Sunday afternoon as the Terps play host to Vermont at 2:30 p.m. This matchup will mark the first nonconference matchup for the Terps this season. https://t.co/yLMBHH5d05
“A lot of these books that Coach Vaughn has had us read, it’s not even that I take them as a way to make myself a better player, but rather make myself a better person.” - junior first baseman Maxwell Costes https://t.co/V5VjSJox0B
The Terps scored nine consecutive goals after their sluggish opening stretch and paired their attack with a stifling defense to produce a 17-6 win that sent them to a second-round matchup against seventh-seeded Duke on Sunday. https://t.co/rvSmdlscZH
RT @soshtry: Marylands wins 11-0, its largest run differential this season and first shutout of the season. Probably the Terps most dominant performance this season. Maryland recorded 16 hits, tied for its second most in a game this season. This is the Terps eighth straight win at home.
It doesn’t get much better than Maryland women’s lacrosse in the month of May. The Terps opened their 2021 NCAA Tournament campaign with a 17-6 victory over High Point, including runs of nine goals in the first half and six goals in the second half. https://t.co/8YVs5WMjn7
RT @JoeLotano1: Maryland heads to halftime up 11-4 over High Point. A 9-0 scoring run by the Terps was the difference maker. Emily Sterling was able to hold it down too, compiling eight saves to deter any Panther comeback efforts.
RT @JoeLotano1: Beautiful high to low shot by Hannah Leubecker. That’s six Terrapins to find the scoring column and there’s still 10:47 left in the first half. Impressive turn of events following a rather slow start by the Terps.