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Cole leads Terps to win in season opener

Senior Bryan Cole totaled seven points as the Maryland men’s lacrosse team won their 23rd-straight season opener, beating High Point, 15-10.

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Terps exploit Hoyas defense

Maryland out-shot Georgetown 34-17 and dominated them on ground balls, 20-8 as they improved to 2-0 with an 18-0 victory.

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No. 1 Terps WLAX overwhelm W&M, 19-7

Not even the near freezing temperatures could cool down the No. 1 Maryland Terrapin’s red-hot offensive attack in their season-opener against William & Mary.

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Terps have reason for continued optimism in 2016

Maryland went to the National Championship game last year but despite losses of some key players, they are loaded with talent and ready for another run.

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No. 1 Terps seeking 3rd-straight Championship

Taylor Cummings alone is enough to give the Terps a chance for success but she is not alone as Maryland will look to win their third-straight National Championship.

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Terps offense struggles in Championship loss

Maryland was never able to get their offense going against Denver in the National Championship game as they lost to the Pioneers, 10-5.

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Faceoffs going to be key in title game

Maryland has one of the best faceoff specialists in the country in Charlie Raffa but will have his hands full with Denver’s Trevor Baptiste.

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Terps headed to championship game

Just 15 minutes away from his home nearly Philadelphia, Matt Rambo scored four goals to lead the Terps past Johns Hopkins 12-11 for a trip to Monday’s title game.

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UMD and JHU headed for Final Four clash

Maryland and Johns Hopkins have made the greatest rivalry in lacrosse and their game on Saturday will have a trip to the national championship game on the line.

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Terps trio headlines All-American women’s team

Of their five All-Americans, three Terps received First Team Honors. Loyola and Johns Hopkins also saw their top players get recognition.

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