Maryland Men’s Lacrosse team may be coming off its first national title in 42 years but for one special young fan facing a life-threatening battle, being a part of the team itself feels like a championship every day.
Joining the ACC will give Notre Dame a higher profile in Maryland and other mid-Atlantic states, but Maryland high school coaches said Wednesday the increased visibility would do little to affect the local recruiting landscape.
The unseeded Maryland Terrapins (9-5) travel to Bethlehem, Pa. to play the #7 seed Lehigh Mountain Hawks (14-2) in the first round if the NCAA Tournament.
The 9th-ranked Maryland Terrapins (9-4) try to earn a top-8 seed in the men’s lacrosse NCAA Tournament against Peter Baum, the nation’s leading scorer, and the 12th-ranked Colgate Raiders (12-3).
The 9th-ranked Maryland Terrapins send off seven seniors with a 12-7 win over Bellarmine in final home game of 2012.
#9 Maryland Terrapins (8-4, 1-2 ACC) play the Bellarmine Knights (4-7, 0-6 ECAC) on Saturday at noon at Byrd Stadium in final home game for seniors.
The #8 Maryland Terrapins fell to the #5 Duke Blue Devils in the ACC Semifinals, missing out on a chance to repeat as ACC Tournament Champions.
The #8 Maryland Terrapins (7-3, 1-2 ACC), and 4-seed in the ACC Tournament, will play the top-seeded #5 Duke Blue Devils (11-3, 2-1 ACC), who are coming off eight wins in a row.
The #10 Maryland Terrapins beat #3 Johns Hopkins at the Blue Jays’ home field for the first time since 2006.