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Rambo, Stukenberg win Tewaaraton Awards

Maryland seniors Zoe Stukenberg and Matt Rambo became the first players from the same school to win the Tewaaraton Award since it’s inception in 2001.

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Maryland is still the hotbed for college lacrosse

While the Terps became just the third program to win both the men’s and women’s titles in the same year, the rest of the state’s schools also showed their power.

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Terps slow OSU to win National Championship

Maryland men’s lacrosse ended their long 42-year championship drought with a 9-6 victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes at Gillette Stadium.

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23-0! Unbeaten Terps win Championship

The Maryland women’s lacrosse team faced a tough challenge from Boston College but completed their 23-0 undefeated season with their 14th National Championship.

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Terps not focused on title drought, just title game

The Maryland men’s lacrosse team isn’t letting the 42-year championship drought change the way they’ll be approaching Ohio State for Monday’s Championship game.

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Terps outlast Denver and return to title game

Maryland was caught in a classic battle with Denver but held on for a 9-8 victory and a third straight trip to the NCAA Championship game.

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Buckeyes rally past Tigers in NCAA semifinals

Towson got off to a very strong start but the second half was all Ohio State as they rallied back and held the Tigers off late to beat them, 11-10.

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Terps roll into fifth straight title game

The No. 1 Maryland women’s lacrosse team blew past Penn State 20-10 to return to their fifth straight NCAA Championship game on Sunday.

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Navy fights, but falls to BC in semifinals

It was truly a tale of two halves as the Eagles turned things around on Navy after the intermission, control possession and eked out the 16-15 victory.

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LaMonica to coach South in IWLCA All-Star Game

Towson head coach Sonia LaMonica will coach the South team in the IWLCA Senior All-Star game. Towson, Loyola, Johns Hopkins and Navy all represented.

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