Maryland Announces 2017 Schedule

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Head coach John Tillman has announced the Maryland men’s lacrosse program’s 2017 schedule in advance of its 92nd season of lacrosse, including marquee matchups against North Carolina, Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, Navy and Yale.

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Tillman enters his seventh season at the helm of the Terrapins, leading Maryland to five NCAA Semfinal appearances and 80 victories (13.3/season). Maryland returns four USILA All-Americans, including SSDM Isaiah Davis-Allen, attackmen Colin Heacock and Matt Rambo, and defender Tim Muller.

The 2017 schedule features a challenging non-conference slate, with 6-of-8 opponents ranked among the top-20 in the final 2016 Cascade/Maverik Inside Lacrosse Media Poll. Additionally, the Terps’ non-conference opponents had a cumulative record of 89-33 (73%) in 2016.

“We’re very excited to announce a schedule which features some of the nation’s most preeminent programs across the college lacrosse landscape,” Tillman said. “We have and always will continue to play one of the toughest schedules in the country and our competitive non-conference schedule should prepare us well for Big Ten Conference action.”

The Terrapins’ home schedule includes dates with Yale, Villanova, Penn State, Michigan and High Point, before culminating on April 29 when Johns Hopkins returns to Maryland Stadium for “The Rivalry.”

Maryland will open the season with an immediate test on Sat., Feb. 11, as it travels to Annapolis to take on Navy, which advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals last season. The game will mark the 92nd in history between the foes, with the Terps holding a 57-33-1 advantage. The Terps will then travel to Philadelphia to face St. Joseph’s for just the second time in history.

The Terps open their home schedule Feb. 18 against High Point for the second straight season, before welcoming Ivy League champion Yale to Maryland Stadium the following weekend on Feb. 25.

Maryland will then hit the road again March 4 when it travels to South Bend, Ind., for a game against Notre Dame. The Terps are 5-4 all-time against the Irish.

Following a road game at Albany (March 11) and a home meeting with Villanova (March 18), Maryland will head to Chapel Hill for a rematch of the 2016 NCAA Championship overtime thriller as it faces North Carolina (March 25). The Terps are 42-25 all-time against the Tar Heels.

Big Ten Conference action is set to begin in April, as the defending conference champion Terps host Michigan and Penn State to open the slate, before traveling to Rutgers and Ohio State.

Maryland will close its regular season April 29 when it hosts Johns Hopkins for the 106th installment of “The Rivalry.” The Terps have won two straight games in the historic series.

2017 Maryland Men's Lacrosse Schedule

Sat., Jan. 28 Virginia (Exhib.)  College Park, Md.
Sat., Feb. 4 at Penn (Exhib.) Philadelphia, Pa.
Sat., Feb. 11 at Navy Annapolis, Md.
Tues., Feb. 14 at St. Joseph's Philadelphia, Pa.
Sat., Feb. 18 High Point College Park, Md.
Sat., Feb. 25 Yale College Park, Md.
Sat., Mar. 4 at Notre Dame South Bend, Ind.
Sat., Mar. 11 at Albany Albany, N.Y.
Sat., Mar. 18 Villanova College Park, Md.
Sat., Mar. 25 at North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C.
Sat., April 1 Michigan * College Park, Md.
Sat., April 8 Penn State * College Park, Md.
Sat., April 16 at Rutgers * Piscataway, N.J.
Sat., April 22 at Ohio State * Columbus, Ohio
Sat., April 29 Johns Hopkins * College Park, Md.
Thurs., May 4 Big Ten Semis Columbus, Ohio
Sat., May 6 Big Ten Finals Columbus, Ohio
May 13/14 NCAA First Round    Campus Sites
May 20/21 NCAA Quarters Newark, Del./Hempstead, N.Y.
Sat., May 27 NCAA Semis Foxborough, Mass.
Sat., May 29 NCAA Finals Foxborough, Mass.