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Terps defense fails in 5-2 loss to Mason

Another strong offensive performance by the Maryland women’s soccer team was wasted as their defensive struggles put them in an early hole.

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Terps blow past USF Bulls, 4-1

Maryland had a nice filled with some incredible goals as they took ran past the South Florida Bulls on Monday night, 4-1.

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Gordon Wild heads in winner with 44 seconds left

Gordon Wild scores the game-winning goal in the final minute at No. 7 Maryland beats No. 24 Georgetown 2-1 on Friday night in front of pack crowd.

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Terps fight, but fall to No. 25 Wave in OT

Maryland proved to be equals with the No. 25 team in the nation for over 90 minutes on Friday evening’s game, but Pepperdine was able to get the 1-0 win.

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Terps D has potential to be best in the nation

With four seniors on the defense and five returning starters from the unit, Maryland has the experience and talent to shut teams down.

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Soccer Notebook: Hounds, Terps and Tigers

This week’s College Soccer Notebook highlights the unbeaten Loyola women’s team, Maryland’s new women’s coach and the Tigers fight for their first win.

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No. 4 Terps rout Hartford, 5-0

Coming back across the country after a hard-fought draw at UCLA, the Maryland men’s soccer team blew away Hartford, 5-0.

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Jackson scores again but Terps settle for draw

In just the second game of the year Chelsea Jackson has already established herself at Maryland’s top scoring option, but she didn’t get any help in the draw.

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Terps stumble in overtime against TCU

Despite needing to find a new top scorer and needing to find their new goalkeeper, Maryland hung in well against TCU but ultimately fell in overtime, 2-1.

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UVA standout Rozhansky transfers to UMD

Jake Rozhansky left Virginia with hopes of turning professional but choose to return to college for a bit longer and decided to continue on at Maryland.

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