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Seniors shine on Mustangs Senior Day

Stevenson saw 11 goals come from their seniors on Senior Day in a 21-8 rout of the Arcadia Knights on Saturday afternoon.

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Heavner signs with Minnesota United FC

Former UMBC Retrievers star goalkeeper Billy Heavner joined the top American soccer division as he signed a professional contract with Minnesota United FC.

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DC United selects Odoi-Atsem in first round

Maryland right back Chris Odoi-Atsem will stay in black and red after DC United selected him with the 12th pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft.

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Friars stun Terps with four 2nd half goals

The top-seeded Terrapins were ahead 4-1 in their second round NCAA tournament game but Providence stormed back to pull off the 5-4 upset.

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Ephs come back to beat Blue Jays in NCAAs

Johns Hopkins scored first, but the Williams College Ephs came back and held strong defensively to end the Blue Jays season with a 2-1 defeat.

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Terps No. 1 overall seed in NCAA Tournament

Unbeaten with a fifth-straight conference championship, the Maryland men’s soccer team have been picked as the top overall seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament.

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Van de Loo powers JHU past Captains, 4-0

The Blue Jays easily dispatched of Christopher Newport in the second round of the NCAA Tournament with a 4-0 victory. Van de Loo had two goals and two assists.

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Terps take fifth-straight conference crown

Maryland beat Wisconsin 2-1 to win their third-straight Big Ten Championship and fifth-consecutive overall tournament title, remain unbeaten at 18-0-2.

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Mustangs end season with loss to Grove City

After falling behind early in the first half, Stevenson got back into the game with a goal before the break but couldn’t complete a comeback and fell 3-1.

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Van de Loo hat trick gives JHU NCAA win

Meg Van de Loo netted a hat trick against Western Connecticut State to power the Blue Jays to a 3-1 win in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.

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