The 2018 Major League Lacrosse All-Star game will feature an astounding 13 former Terrapins as Team USA squares off against the MLL All-Stars June 28 in Boston.
With the most professional players of any college in the country, former Maryland men's lacrosse players have made a massive impact on the 2018 Major League Lacrosse season as it approaches its midway point.
This month we caught up with 2014 graduate Michael Ehrhardt, who currently plays for the Charlotte Hounds and is set to represent Team USA at the World Championships this summer.
A 6-0 Duke run to start the game proved to be the difference Saturday as Maryland fell 13-8 in the NCAA Semifinals.
The top-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse team is back in its fifth consecutive final four as it faces Duke Saturday at 2:30 pm in Foxborough, Mass.
Maryland men's lacrosse senior midfielder Connor Kelly was named a United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) First Team All-American for the second straight season, leading a group of six Terrapins named All-America Thursday.
The top-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse team used a six-goal run in the second half to knock off Cornell 13-8 in the NCAA Quarterfinal round Sunday.
The top-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse teams looks to advance to its fifth consecutive Championship Weekend Sunday at noon against Cornell.
The Maryland men's lacrosse family is mourning the loss of C. Rennie Smith '55, who passed away Sunday, May 13, after a long illness.
The No. 1 Maryland men's lacrosse team had five players named Inside Lacrosse media All-Americans, as voted upon by more than 20 media members in the lacrosse community.
The Maryland men's lacrosse offense exploded for 11 second half goals and overcame a surprising three-goal halftime deficit to defeat Robert Morris, 14-11, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Sunday afternoon.
"I don't know where we'd be without him," coach John Tillman said. "He just does so much for us. Every game, he'll play wings, he'll play defense, he plays offense, he plays man-down. Everywhere we ask ‘What can we do here,' Adam's always a consideration because he's so complete."