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UMD MLAX Notebook: Terps back in the finals

With as much depth and firepower as Maryland has, this might be the Terps best chance to finally win their first national championship since 1975.

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Eight Terps lead local All-American picks

Maryland had eight players earn All-American honors and two first picks, but JHU, Loyola, Towson, Navy and UMBC all had players honors as well.

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Terps slaughter Cuse 19-9, seeking another title

In a merciless beating of the Orange, Maryland destroyed rival Syracuse’s chance at a national title for the fourth consecutive MDW.

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Red-hot Terps looking to get end title drought

Maryland is the hottest team in the country and look to have their dominance defense and deep offense finally end their 40-year championship drought.

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Terps topple UMass, headed to Philly

Maryland WLAX cruises past UMass in quartefinals 18-3, and advance to the semifinals in Philadelphia next weekend.

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Bernlohr holds steady against Syracuse

Goalkeeper Kyle Bernlohr held the ACC Champions to just 7 goals, securing a spot for the Terps in the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Semifinals.

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Five Terps earn IWLCA All-American honors

Taylor Cummings continues to stake her claim as the best women’s college lacrosse player ever with a fourth-straight All-American selection.

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Top-seeded Terps sweep JHU to move on in NCAAs

Special Contribution to So Much Sports By: Phillip Suitts When the Maryland women’s lacrosse team stepped onto the field Sunday afternoon, they were prepared for a fierce contest. After all, it was the Terps’ NCAA tournament opener. After 19 victories and two conference championships, Maryland’s quest for a third consecutive national championship began in earnest Sunday. In the way was an in-state rival, John Hopkins, who had nearly dealt the Terps a surprising loss less than two months ago. But there would be no shock upset Sunday at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex. The No. 1 Terps, already accustomed…

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Terps advance past Quinnipiac, 13-6

Maryland killed four EMO’s for the Bobcats as they advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament for a third-straight season.

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Terp top seed, 5 local teams in NCAAs

Maryland, Loyola and Towson all had guaranteed spots in the NCAA Tournament but while maybe questionable picks, JHU and Navy earn at-large bids.

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