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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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Rambo, Muller earn top USILA awards

Matt Rambo (right) was named the nation’s most outstanding player while Tim Muller (left) was named the nation’s most outstanding defensive player by USILA.

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Terps lead nation with All-American haul

The No. 1 Maryland Terrapins had a nation’s best nine players earn USILA All-American honors. They had 10 players overall on All-American lists.

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Don Zimmerman to be inducted into lacrosse HOF

Legendary lacrosse coach Don Zimmerman has been announced as one of 10 who will be inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in September.

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Terps blow out Albany to return to semifinals

Maryland was pushed by Albany earlier this season but this time they never let it be a game as they steamrolled them for an 18-9 victory to return to championship weekend.

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Towson upsets Cuse for spot in semifinals

The unseeded Towson Tigers were on fire in the first quarter and jumped out to a 6-0 lead as they went on to beat No. 2 Syracuse 10-7 for a spot in the national semifinals.

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Navy upsets No. 2 UNC to clinch Final Four berth

Navy outscored North Carolina 6-1 down the stretch, including the last three goals of the game, to secure a spot their first-ever spot in the Final Four with a 16-14 win.

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Terps survive SBU scare, advance to semifinals

Stony Brook had Maryland up against the ropes late in the game, but the top-seeded Terps scored six of the final seven goals to escape with a 13-12 victory.

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Eight Terps lead WLAX All-American selections

Eight Maryland women’s lacrosse players earned All-American honors while Towson, Johns Hopkins and Navy also had their stars put on All-American lists.

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Rambo’s career-game puts Terps past Bryant

Senior attackman Matt Rambo had a career-high six assists and eight points as the top-seeded Maryland Terps advanced past Bryant in the NCAA Tournament, 13-10.

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