Former Maryland men's lacrosse players Jeff Reynolds, Drew Snider and Joe Walters have been named to the 23-man roster for the 2015 U.S. Men's Indoor National Team as announced by US Lacrosse Wednesday.
Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman has announced the hiring of Todd MacFarlane as director of lacrosse operations. A native of Crofton, Md., MacFarlane has more than 15 years of coaching experience.
Sophomore Matt Rambo led the Terps with three points on two goals and an assist, but the No. 6 seed University of Maryland men's lacrosse team couldn't rally past No. 4 seed Denver in a 10-5 defeat in the NCAA championship game on Monday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field.
The 6th-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse team (15-3) returns to its third NCAA Championship game in the past five years as it faces Denver (16-2) Monday at 1:00 pm at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.
Behind four goals from sophomore attackman Matt Rambo, the Maryland men's lacrosse team defeated Johns Hopkins 12-11 in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament on Saturday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field.
The 6th-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse team (14-3) returns to its fourth NCAA Final Four in the past five years as it faces rival Johns Hopkins (11-6) Saturday at 3:30 pm at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.
Maryland men's lacrosse junior Kyle Bernlohr has been selected as the 2015 Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award winner, which is presented annually to the nation's most outstanding goalkeeper in NCAA Division I men's lacrosse by the USILA.
"Championship Weekend" has become customary for the Maryland men's and women's lacrosse programs, which are both headed to the NCAA Semifinals together for the 10th time in history.
The Maryland men's lacrosse team has had at least five student-athletes named USILA All-America for the fifth straight season under head coach John Tillman as announced Thursday.
Senior defender Casey Ikeda has been named a 2015 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Scholar All-American for his dedication and commitment both on the lacrosse field and in the classroom.
Junior midfielder Bryan Cole tallied a career-high four goals to lead the 6th-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse team to a 14-7 victory over 3rd-seeded North Carolina Sunday afternoon at Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
An underlying theme of the 2015 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament has been regular season rematches. The story rings true for the 6th-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse team as it crosses paths with a familiar foe for the second time in as many tournament games when it takes on 3rd-seeded North Carolina in the NCAA Quarterfinals Sunday in Annapolis.