Three Things We Learned: Week Six

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#1 There’s No Place Like Home

Maryland took full advantage of its latest homestand, going 3-0-1 in the last four matches at Ludwig. The Terps outscored opponents 7-3 and picked up their first shutout of the year against Pitt.

A total of 10,771 fans hit up Ludwig during the four-game homestand.

#2 Balanced Once Again

Eight Terrapins have notched at least one goal this season and 12 players have tallied a point in 2013.  Maryland used five players off the bench and subbed heavily in its win against Boston College Friday.

#3 The Beginning and The End

Maryland will close arguably its longest conference rivalry and its shortest this week when it heads to Notre Dame and Virginia Tuesday and Friday, respectively.

The Terps/Irish match will feature a top 10 battle while the Terps trip to Virginia will cap a storied history between Maryland and the Cavaliers. Maryland leads the all-time series with Virginia 39-29-8.

This is the first and last regular season conference meeting between Notre Dame and Maryland.