New Year, Same Championship Expectations For Maryland

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Under John Tillman, Maryland has been arguably the best and most consistent program in college lacrosse. The Terrapins have only not made it to Championship Weekend twice (2013, 2019) since Tillman took over in 2011, and six of those trips saw them advance to the national game with one national title victory in 2017.

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Owen Murphy Chooses Maryland

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Just a day after reports surfaced that the Maryland Terrapins had landed a trio of grad transfers in former Cornell midfielder Jonathan Donville and former Villanova attackman Keegan Khan, as well as defenseman Owen Prybylski, former Johns Hopkins attackman Owen Murphy announced that he will be joining the Terrapins next season.

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Maryland Adds Trio of Grad Transfers

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John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins have added a trio of grad transfers with former Cornell midfielder Jonathan Donville will be joining the defending Big Ten champs in 2022, along with former Villanova attackman Keegan Khan and defenseman Owen Prybylski.

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Virginia Wins Thriller Against Maryland to Repeat as Champions

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The national title is staying in Charlottesville as Virginia Cavaliers took down the Maryland Terrapins 17-16 in an absolute thriller to become the first team to repeat as champions since Duke in 2013 and 2014.

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NCAA Semifinals: Maryland Dominates Duke to Advance to Championship Game

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For the sixth time under John Tillman, the Maryland Terrapins will be playing on Memorial Day after taking down Duke 14-5 in a battle between two of the sport’s most dominant programs of the past decade.

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Previewing The 2021 NCAA Quarterfinals

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Eight teams enter the weekend, but once the sun sets on Sunday night only four will be left standing. It’s time for the quarterfinals and a ticket to Hartford (Conn.) to be part of lacrosse’s greatest stage is on the line.

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Maryland Overpowers Penn State in Friday Night Contest

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In what can only be described as a fairly sloppy late-February contest, the Maryland Terrapins flexed their muscle on the road and were able to overpower the Penn State Nittany Lions in a 13-7 Friday night victory.

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Maryland to Hire Former Hopkins Assistant Bobby Benson as Offensive Coordinator

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Just days after news broke that J.L. Reppert would be leaving his role as Maryland’s offensive coordinator to take the head coaching job at Holy Cross, the Terrapins have reportedly found their replacement: former Johns Hopkins assistant Bobby Benson.

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Bernhart’s Return is a Game Changer For The Present and Future of Maryland’s Offense

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A few weeks ago, I wrote an article discussing some of the top attack units coming into the 2021 college lacrosse season. Penn State was the only Big Ten team that made the list. However, that was before yesterday’s news that Jared Bernhardt would be returning for a fifth season at Maryland. Now, the Terrapins are solidly on that list.

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