COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The No. 8 seed Maryland women's soccer team will face No. 1 seed Virginia in the quarterfinals of the 2013 ACC Tournament at Klöckner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3.
• Maryland is 10-9-0 on the season following its 3-1 victory over Pitt on Thursday at Ludwig Field. The Terps are led by senior forward Hayley Brock, who has 27 points on 11 goals and five assists. Maryland's defense is led by senior wide back Megan Gibbons and sophomore center back Shannon Collins, who each have six assists on the season, which leads the team.
• Virginia is 19-0-0 this year finishing its undefeated regular season with a 2-0 win over Virginia Tech on Thursday. The Cavaliers are led by Makenzy Doniak, who has 14 goals and five assists for 33 points. Super sub Brittany Ratcliffe has 11 goals on the year, while Morgan Brian leads the team with 12 assists and has also added 10 goals for 32 points. Goalkeeper Morgan Stearns has started 14 matches and boasts a 0.46 goals-against average with a .818 save percentage.
Did you know ... Maryland and Virginia have met in the last two ACC tournaments?
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|Maryland's Probable Starters|
|M||2||Sarah Fichtner||So.||5-5||Toms River, N.J.||18/13||0||1||1|
|M||3||Aubrey Baker||So.||5-3||Foothill Ranch, Calif.||17/15||3||0||6|
|F||14||Alex Doody||R-So.||5-4||Framingham, Mass.||17/3||3||0||6|
|M||10||Riley Barger||So.||5-3||Baldwin, Md.||19/18||1||2||4|
|M||11||Lauren Berman||Fr.||5-3||Canton, Mass.||19/17||3||5||11|
|D||15||Erika Nelson||So.||5-9||Albuquerque, N.M.||17/16||0||0||0|
|D||16||Megan Gibbons||R-Sr.||5-6||Ellicott City, Md.||19/19||0||6||6|
|D||21||Amanda Gerlitz||R-So.||5-7||Hollis, N.H.||14/8||0||1||1|
|F||27||Hayley Brock||Sr.||5-7||Acton, Mass.||17/17||11||5||27|
|D||73||Shannon Collins||So.||5-6||La Plata, Md.||19/19||0||6||6|
|33||Rachelle Beanlands||So.||5-9||Ottawa, Ontario||19/19||1.31||59||10-9-0|
Terps In The ACC Tournament
• Maryland has an all-time record of 12-21-4 (Maryland won three of four ties on penalty kicks) in ACC Tournament games dating back to the first year of the event in 1988.
• Last season, the Terps' fourth trip to the ACC title game wasn't the charm as Maryland fell to Virginia, 4-0, (recap | stats) on Nov. 4 in Cary, N.C. Redshirt freshman Rachelle Beanlands made five saves, including several on 1v1 chances for the Cavaliers.
• Maryland advanced to the 2012 semifinals on Danielle Hubka's game-winning goal in the fifth minute of the first overtime to top No. 7 seed Miami, 2-1. Junior Alex Reed gave the Terps a 1-0 lead before halftime, converting on a feed from freshman Gabby Galanti. The Hurricanes tied the match on a penalty kick by Tara Schwitter in the 73rd minute. That setup up Hubka's game-winner, which was made possible by sophomore Cory Ryan stealing the ball from a Miami defender inside the Hurricane defensive third. Ryan then played a perfect centering pass to Hubka inside the 18 for the easy finish.
Becky Kaplan scored a goal and assisted on Hayley Brock's goal to lead the Terps into the 2012 ACC title game with a 2-0 victory over No. 3 seed Wake Forest in the semis on Nov. 2. Brock scored in the fifth minute to set the tone for Maryland and Kaplan added the insurance goal in the 53rd minute. Maryland's defensive unit of midfielder Olivia Wagner and the back line of Domenica Hodak, Erika Nelson, Shade Pratt and Shannon Collins limited the high-powered Demon Deacon offense to just three shots on goal.
• The Terps were the No. 7 seed in the 2011 ACC tournament and had to travel to Charlottesville, Va., to play No. 2 seed Virginia. The Cavaliers advanced over Maryland, 2-0. Jasmyne Spencer led the offense with two shots, whileDomenica Hodak had two "team saves" on the defensive side of the field.
• The 2nd-seeded Terps won their first ACC tournament game since 2003 with a 1-0 decision vs. Duke in 2010. Senior Molly Dreska scored the game-winner in the 71st minute, finishing a cross from junior Sade Ayinde into to the upper right 90 from 17 yards out. Senior Colleen Deegan started the play with a nice long ball to Ayinde at the left corner of the Blue Devil 18. Redshirt junior Yewande Balogun made three of her four stops in the first half to keep a rested Duke squad off the board.
Maryland advanced to its first ACC title game with a 1-0 overtime victory over Boston College in the semis. Sophomore Danielle Hubka scored the game's lone goal 55 seconds into the first overtime, finishing a long ball sent over the top of the Eagle backline by junior Skyy Anderson. Terp keeper Yewande Balogun was tremendous in goal, making six saves.
The Terrapins run in the ACC tournament came to an end with a 1-1 tie vs. Wake Forest in the title game. But the Demon Deacons took home the tropy, winning the shootout 3-1. Junior Ashley Grove gave Maryland a 1-0 lead in the fifth minute, but Wake tied the match in the 19th minute. The two teams went scoreless for the remaining 100 minutes, sending the match to a shootout. The Terps and Deacs each coverted their first PK attemps, but WF keeper Aubrey Bledsoe stopped the next three Maryland attempts to seal the title for Wake Forest
• The Terps entered the 2009 tournament as the No. 6 seed, but once again drew the North Carolina Tar Heels in the opening round. UNC won the match 3-0.
• Maryland made the 2005 tournament as the No. 8 seed. Maryland matched-up with No. 1 seed North Carolina and was dealt a 3-1 defeat by the Tar Heels. UNC scored three goals in the first 10 minutes. Ashly Kennedy scored Maryland's goal in the 69th minute.
• In 2004, the Terps played NC State in the first round game at Ludwig Field (Boston College had not yet joined the conference). Maryland was the No. 8 seed, while the Wolfpack was seeded ninth. The game was played to a 0-0 tie through 110 minutes so a shootout determined which team would advance. All- ACC goalkeeper Nikki Resnick made two huge saves in the shootout and Maryland advanced 4-2. The Terps played No. 1 seed North Carolina in the quarterfinals and that game went into overtime with a 0-0 score, but UNC got a goal from Heather O'Reilly in the 103rd minute to advance with a 1-0 win.
• 2003 was the last time the Terrapins won an ACC tournament game, topping Clemson 2-1 in the quarterfinals. Maryland, the No. 6 seed, got two goals from Kimmy Francis to defeat the No. 3 seed Tigers. No. 2 seed Florida State knocked off the Terps in the semifinals, 1-0.
• In 2002, Maryland advanced the ACC Tournament semifinals for the first time in three years, as they knocked off host Florida State, 4-2 on Nov. 7, before a television audience on Sunshine Network. All four goals in the win came from freshmen: Ali Andrzejewski, Simone Dekker, Kimmy Francis and Mallory Mahar. Maryland lost North Carolina, the eventual league champion, North Carolina in the semifinals, 4-0.
• In 1999, as its highest seed ever, No. 2 seed Maryland advanced to the semifinals with a 2-1 quarterfinal win over No. 7 seed Duke on Nov. 4, 1999 before falling to No. 3 seed Wake Forest, 1-0, in the semis on Nov. 5.
• Maryland had its only runs to the ACC finals in 1995 and 1997, the only other time the ACC Women's Soccer Tournament was held at Wake Forest. In 1995, as the No. 3 seed, the Terps defeated Clemson 2-0 in the first round and NC State 1-0 in the second round before falling to eventual champion North Carolina 3-0.
• In 1997, Maryland escaped NC State in the first round, 4-3, in penalty kicks after tying 1-1 in regulation. The Terps advanced to the finals with a 2-1 win over Duke. In that win, Jackie Mynarski scored Maryland's first goal, while Keri Sarver added the winner. Ali Wolff made five saves for the win. The Terps dropped the final to North Carolina, 4-0.
Scouting The Terps
• Maryland is 10-9-0 after topping the Pitt Panthers, 3-1, on Thursday, Oct. 31 at Ludwig Field.
|2013 Maryland Terrapins: 10-9-0, 6-7-0 ACC|
|(Soccer America NR, NSCAA RV, TopDrawerSoccer.com NR)|
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• The Terps opened the season with a 9-0 shutout of The Citadel (recap | stats) on Aug 23. Sophomore Ashley Spivey set career highs with her first career hat trick and seven total points. Freshman Lauren Berman made her collegiate deubt a memorable one with a goal and two assists. Senior Hayley Brock had a goal and an assist, while sophmore Shannon Collins had two assists in the victory, which was Maryland's highest-scoring win since Aug. 22, 2011 when the Terps topped Loyola, 9-0.
• Maryland fell behind 2-0 early in the first half against Villanova on Aug. 26, but a late hat trick from senior Hayley Brock lifted the Terps to a 4-2 win over the Wildcats (recap | stats). Junior Cory Ryan scored before halftime to cut Nova's lead to one goal heading into the second half. The Wildcats went down a player when Kathryn Rayner was sent off with a red card in the 52nd minute. But Maryland couldn't capitalize until Brock scored three times from the 83rd to the 87th minutes to give the Terps the win.
• The Terrapins jumped out early and never looked back in their 3-0 shutout of George Mason (recap | stats) on Aug. 30. Sophomore Riley Barger scored her first career goal in just the second minute of the match to spot the Terps a 1-0 lead. Senior Hayley Brock continued her torrid scoring pace by netting the second goal of the game in the seventh minute. Freshman Lauren Berman added her second goal of the season in the 80th minute to close the scoring. Berman and Brock also added assists in the match and sophomore Shannon Collins picked up a pair of assists vs. the Patriots.
• The Terps earned their third shutout victory of the season with a 2-0 win over Navy (recap | stats) on Sept. 1. The match was scoreless until the 71st minute when sophomore Gabby Galanti scored her first goal of the season off of assists from junior Cory Ryan and sophomore Riley Barger. Senior Hayley Brock netted the insurance goal in the 82nd minute off of a feed from senior Megan Gibbons. Sophomore goalkeeper Rachelle Beanlands made a season-high four saves.
• The Terrapins wrapped up its non-conference slate and its two-game west coast road trip at No. 4 Stanford. The Cardinal took advantage of the limited opportunities the Terps gave them en route to a 3-0 victory (recap | stats). Sophomore Riley Barger led the Maryland attack with three shots and sophomore Rachelle Beanlands made a season-high six saves.
• Maryland opened its 2013 ACC slate with a 2-1 overtime win (recap | stats) at Clemson on Sept. 12 with sophomore Ashley Spivey netting the game winner early in the 96th minute. Senior Hayley Brock scored first on a breakaway following a steal in the 35th minute to put the Terps up 1-0. The Tigers tied the match on a penalty kick in the 51st minute. Brock and junior Cory Ryan earned assists on Spivey's game-winning goal.
• The Terps threatened early, but Virginia Tech scored off of a corner kick in the 38th minute and tacked on a late insurance goal in the 88th to defeat Maryland 2-0 (recap | stats) at Ludwig Field on Sept. 19. The Terrapins had a chance to tie the match at 1-1 early in the second half when a hand ball in the box gave Maryland a penalty kick, but Hokie keeper Dayle Colpitts guessed correctly on Ashley Spivey's attempt and was just able to deflect the ball outside of the left post.
• Maryland picked up its first major result of the 2013 season with its 1-0 shutout of No. 3 Wake Forest (recap | stats) on Sept. 22 at Ludwig Field. Senior Hayley Brock scored the game's lone goal in the fourth minute off of assists by senior Megan Gibbons and freshman Lauren Berman. Sophomore keeper Rachelle Beanlands made six stops as the Terrapins limited the dangerous Demon Deacon attack to just a couple of quality opportunities, which both came on set pieces.
• A hat trick by Cari Rocarro led the No. 3 Notre Dame Fighting Irish to a 5-0 home win over the Terps (recap | stats) on Sept. 26. Freshman Lauren Berman had two shots to lead the Terrapin offense, while sophomore keeper Rachelle Beanlands made three stops.
• Maryland battled No. 1 Virginia, but the Cavaliers took advantage of a defensive turnover to net the game’s lone goal just prior to the first half ending to take a 1-0 decision (recap | stats). The match was scoreless and evenly contested right up until the 45th minute when a defensive turnover in Maryland’s back third gave the ball to Brittany Ratcliff and she chipped the ball over sophomore keeper Rachelle Beanlands, who finished with five saves, to put the Cavaliers ahead with 22 seconds left on the clock.
• Freshman Natasha Ntone-Kouo scored her first collegiate goal and that proved to be the game winner as the Terps shutout NC State, 3-0, (recap | stats) on Oct. 3. Ntone-Kouo gave the Terps a 1-0 lead in the 37th minute poking in a loose ball following a header by Lauren Berman that came off of a Megan Gibbons corner kick. Senior Hayley Brock scored the insurance goal in the first minute of the second half, while sophomore Aubrey Baker tacked on the third goal in the 52nd minute.
• Freshman Lauren Berman scored just 17 seconds into the game to put the Terps on top, but ultimately No. 6 North Carolina proved too much on this day, earning a 3-1 victory (recap | stats) on Oct. 6 at Fetzer Field. Senior Hayley Brock earned the assist on Berman's goal, which was the second-fastest goal ever scored on a Tar Heel team.
• The Terps controlled the match from start to finish, but couldn't find any luck finishing and ended up on the losing end of a 2-1 decision (recap | stats) to Duke on Oct. 13. Junior Cory Ryan scored Maryland's lone goal, knocking in a rebound off of a shot from sophomore Aubrey Baker, but the Terrapins couldn't complete the comeback despite holding a 16-9 advantage in shots.
• Sophomore Ashley Spivey netted the game-winning goal in the 56th to give the Terps their first-ever win at Miami, 1-0 (recap | stats) on Oct. 17. Senior Megan Gibbons set up Spivey's score with a brilliant cross to the far post from deep in the right corner. Gibbons also helped anchor a defensive effort that saw the Hurricanes limited to just one shot on goal and that came in the 89th minute.
• Maryland fell behind 2-0 at No. 3 Florida State, but a goal in the 88th minute by sophomore Ashley Spivey gave the Terps hope, but a final surge failed to bring the equalizer and the Terrapins dropped a 2-1 decision (recap | stats) in Tallahassee.
• Playing in a cold, wintry mix didn;t stop the Terps from picking up a 3-1 win (recap | stats) in their first-ever trip to Syracuse on Oct. 24. California native Aubrey Baker is used to playing in the snow, but she got Maryland on the board in the 35th minute with her third goal of the season. SU tied the game early in the second half on a penalty kick, but the Terps answered right back with senior Hayley Brock's 10th goal of the season to put the Terrapins back in the lead. Senior Kristen Schmidtbauer got on the end of a corner kick from sophomore Shannon Collins in the 69th minute for the insurane goal.
• The Terps dominated the run of play throughout the match and had several quality chances, but couldn't get a goal to go and ended up on the wrong end of a 1-0 overtime decision (recap | stats) to Boston College on Oct. 27.
• Redshirt sophomore Alex Doody stole the show on "Senior Night" by scoring two goals to lead the Terps to a 3-1 victory (recap | stats) over Pitt on Oct. 31. After a scoreless first half that saw Maryland with a 10-0 shot advantage, Doody broke the scoreless draw in the 51st minute, finishing a slotted pass from senior Kristen Schmidbauer. Senior Hayley Brock gave the Terps a two-goal cushion with an unassisted goal in the 65th and Maryland would need that cushion after allowing an own goal in the 74th minute. Doody finished a brilliant cross from Brock in the 88th to put the game out of reach.
Scouting The Cavaliers
• Virginia is the consensus No. 1 team in the country with a 19-0-0 mark to become the first team since the 2009 Stanford Cardinal to end the regular season with an undefeated, untied record.
|2013 Virginia Cavaliers: 19-0-0, 13-0-0 ACC|
|(Soccer America #1, NSCAA #1, TopDrawerSoccer.com #1)|
Series History vs. Virginia
• This will be the 35th time Maryland and Virginia will meet on the pitch. Maryland trails in the all-time series 5-25-4.
• Maryland battled No. 1 Virginia, but the Cavaliers took advantage of a defensive turnover to net the game’s lone goal just prior to the first half ending to take a 1-0 decision (recap | stats) on Sept. 29. The match was scoreless and evenly contested right up until the 45th minute when a defensive turnover in Maryland’s back third gave the ball to Brittany Ratcliff and she chipped the ball over sophomore keeper Rachelle Beanlands, who finished with five saves, to put the Cavaliers ahead with 22 seconds left on the clock.
• Last season, the Terps' fourth trip to the ACC title game wasn't the charm as Maryland fell to Virginia, 4-0, (recap | stats) on Nov. 4 in Cary, N.C. Redshirt freshman Rachelle Beanlands made five saves, including several on 1v1 chances for the Cavaliers.
• Earlier in the 2012 season, Maryland fell behind No. 3 Virginia in the first half, but scored three times in the game's final 17 minutes to pull out a 3-1 victory over the Cavaliers on Sept. 27. Senior Olivia Wagner scored the game-tying and game-winning goals on free kicks, while senior Danielle Hubka added the insurance goal off of assists from seniorBecky Kaplan and junior Hayley Brock.
• The Terps' 2011 ACC season opened with a 4-1 defeat at No. 14 Virginia on Sept. 15. Olivia Wagner scored the lone goal for the Terrapins, converting on a free kick from 20 yards out in the 56th minute.
• The two teams met again in the 2011 ACC tournament quarterfinals with Maryland losing at Virginia, 2-0. Jasmyne Spencer led the offense with two shots, while Domenica Hodak had two "team saves" on the defensive side of the field.
Head Coach Jonathan Morgan• Jonathan Morgan is in his second season at the helm of the Maryland women’s soccer program after spending the previous five seasons on the Terrapin sideline as an assistant coach. He is 24-16-2 (.595) overall as the Terps’ head coach and is 12-10-1 (.543) in ACC play.
Terps Toppling Top 10 Teams
• Maryland has defeated a Top 10 ranked team 22 times in its history.
• The latest Top 10 win for the Terps came on Sept. 22, 2013 when the Terps shutout No. 3 Wake Forest at Ludwig Field. It was the second-straight match the Terps toppled a Top-10-ranked Demon Deacon squad via shutout. On Nov. 2, 2012 in the ACC semifianls at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C., when Maryland defeated No. 6 Wake Forest, 2-0. That win marked the Terps' first shutout of a top 10 team since their 1-0 win at No. 10 Tennessee in the 2006 season opener.
• The Terps' most memorable Top 10 victory, 2-1 at No. 2 North Carolina on Oct. 24, 2010 tied for he highest ranked opponent ever defeated by Maryland. The Terrapins defeated No. 2 Boston College on Oct. 7, 2010 in Chestnut Hill, Mass. Those two victories marked the first time in program history that Maryland has defeated two Top 10 teams in a single month.
• The Terps then added to that with another 2-1 win over No. 8 Florida State on Oct. 28, 2010.
• The Terps' 2-1 win over No. 6 North Carolina on Sept. 13, 2012 gave Maryland the distinction of becoming the first team in history to defeat the Tar Heels three straight times in three consecutive seasons.
Here's a list of all of the Terps' Top 10 wins:
|Sept. 22, 2013||#3 Wake Forest||1-0|
|Nov. 2, 2012||vs. #6 Wake Forest||2-0|
|Sept. 27, 2012||#3 Virginia||3-1|
|Sept. 13, 2012||#6 North Carolina||2-1|
|Oct. 27, 2011||#8 North Carolina||2-1 OT|
|Oct. 28, 2010||#8 Florida State||2-1|
|Oct. 24, 2010||at #2 North Carolina||2-1|
|Oct. 7, 2010||at #2 Boston College||2-1|
|Oct. 8, 2009||#6 Virginia Tech||3-1|
|Aug. 25, 2006||at #10 Tennessee||1-0|
|Nov. 14, 2004||at #5 Penn State||1-0|
|Oct. 23, 2004||#10 Duke||1-0 OT|
|Sept. 12, 2004||vs. #3 UCLA||2-1|
|Oct. 13, 2001||#8 Clemson||1-0 OT|
|Aug. 29, 2000||#4 Penn State||3-1|
|Oct. 17, 1999||#9 Clemson||2-1 OT|
|Sept. 19, 1999||at #9 Duke||4-3 OT|
|Sept. 18, 1998||#9 Duke||3-1|
|Nov. 7, 1997||vs. #8 Duke||2-1|
|Oct. 12, 1997||#9 Clemson||2-0|
|Oct. 1, 1995||#7 Duke||2-1|
|Oct. 8, 1993||#8 William & Mary||2-1|
129 And Counting At Ludwig Field• The Terps won their 100th match at Ludwig Field with a 6-0 victory over Iona on Aug. 20, 2010. Since its opening in 1995, Ludwig Field has proved to be a tremendous home-field advantage for the Terps women’s soccer team. All-time Maryland is 129-53-21 (.692) at Ludwig Field.
• Through the seasons, the Terps have had a knack for shutting teams out at Ludwig Field. Maryland has won 81 of its 129 victories (62.8%) at Ludwig Field via shutout. Add in the 12 0-0 ties the Terps have had at Ludwig Field and it totals 93 times that Maryland has shutout its opponent in 203 games (45.8%).
• Hayley Brock scored at least one goal six straight games from the Terps' 2012 NCAA tournament first round match vs. Stony Brook through the first four games in 2013. Since 1994 there have been just 20 scoring streaks of at least three games for the Terps and Brock owns three of those. Her current streak of six matches is second only to Emmy Harbo's streak of seven games with a goal in 1996.
|Game||Player (Dates - Opponents)|
|7||Emmy Harbo (9/4/96-9/24/96 – George Washington, New Hampshire, at Hartford, at James Madison, vs. Davidson, Texas, George Mason)|
|6||Hayley Brock (11/10/12-9/1/13 - Stony Brook, vs. Denver, The Citadel, Villanova, George Mason, Navy)|
|4||Hayley Brock (9/13/12-9/23/12 – North Carolina, Clemson, at Duke, at Wake Forest)|
|4||Keri Sarver (9/20/98-9/27/98 – NC State, George Mason, vs. Texas, at Colorado)|
|4||Keri Sarver (11/3/96-11/24/96 – at Georgia, at Clemson, George Washington, San Diego)|
|4||Keri Sarver (9/24/96-10/1/96 – George Mason, Brown, at Wake Forest, UMBC)|
|3||Hayley Brock (10/3/12-10/11/12 – Francis Marion, at NC State, at Boston College)|
|3||Becky Kaplan (8/31/12-9/6/12 – at George Mason, Towson, at Alabama)|
|3||Sade Ayinde (9/5/10-9/12/10 – Stony Brook, at Seton Hall, Delaware)|
|3||Ashley Grove (8/20/10-8/27/10 – Iona, Missouri, at Tennessee)|
|3||Ashley Grove (10/18/09-10/29/09 – NC State, at Clemson, Wake Forest)|
|3||Simone Dekker (11/17/02-8/31/03 – Penn State, at Washington, vs. Washington State)|
|3||Audra Poulin (10/11/02-10/20/02 – Virginia, George Mason, at Clemson)|
|3||Jackie Mynarski (10/6/99-10/10/99 – at George Mason, Rutgers, Navy)|
|3||Keri Sarver (11/5/98-11/15/98 – vs. Wake Forest, Fairfield, vs. William & Mary)|
|3||Jackie Mynarski (9/18/98-9/23/98 – Duke, NC State, George Mason)|
|3||Robin McCullough (9/19/97-9/26/97 – at Florida, at Florida State, at George Washington)|
|3||Keri Sarver (9/7/97-9/12/97 – at William & Mary, at George Mason, Wake Forest)|
|3||Emmy Harbo (9/3/95-9/10/95 – Virginia Tech, George Mason, Florida State)|
|3||Randi Goldblatt (9/11/94-9/18/94 – Texas A&M, at Princeton, NC State)|
|TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week|
|Hayley Brock (Sept. 3)|
|ACC Player of the Week|
|Hayley Brock (Sept. 3)|
Hat Trick History
• Sophomore Ashley Spivey opened the 2013 season with a hat trick in the Terps' 9-0 win over The Citadel. Senior Hayley Brock followed that performance with a natural hat trick in Maryland's 4-2 come-from-behind win over Villanova on Aug. 26. Those two performances mark the first time in the Maryland women's soccer program's 27-year history that back-to-back hat tricks have been posted.
|Hat Tricks In The Past 20 Seasons (Since '94)|
|3, Hayley Brock vs. Villanova (8/26/13)|
|3, Ashley Spivey vs. The Citadel (8/23/13)|
|3, Becky Kaplan at Loyola (8/22/11)|
|4, Sara Gustafson vs. Howard (10/11/00)|
|3, Keri Sarver vs. Fairfield (11/11/98)|
|4, Emmy Harbo at LSU (10/31/98)|
|3, Keri Sarver at Colorado (9/27/98)|
|3, Keri Sarver vs. NC State (9/20/98)|
|3, Robin McCullough at NC State (11/4/97)|
|3, Keri Sarver vs. Wright State (9/1/97)|
|3, Emmy Harbo vs. Navy (10/22/96)|
|3, Keri Sarver vs. George Washington (9/4/96)|
Terps In Overtime
• Maryland has played in 99 overtime games in its 27-year history. The Terps’ all-time record in those overtime games is 30-26-43 (.520).
• The Terrapins have played in eight overtime games in the ACC tournament and have a 3-1-4 mark in those games. Maryland won the shootout in three of the four games it tied in the ACC tournament.
Non-Conference Success• Dating back to its 10-0 win over Mount St. Mary's in 2008, Maryland has lost only six times in its last 46 matches vs. non-ACC opponents. The Terps have outscored its non-conference opposition 130-27 in those 46 matches.
• The Terps recorded 20 straight wins over non-ACC foes before tying Georgetown, 1-1, in second round of the NCAA tournament in 2010. Maryland is now 36-4-4 in its last 44 non-conference games. The Terps had been unbeaten in 31-straight non-conference games prior to losing, 1-0, at Oklahoma State in the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA tournament. So far this season Maryland topped The Citadel, 9-0, in the season opener, beat Villanova, 4-2 and shutout George Mason, 3-0, and Navy, 2-0. The Terps dropped matches at Santa Clara, 0-1, and at No. 4 Stanford, 0-3, to close out their 2013 non-conference slate. Those two defeats marked the first time since 2008 that the Terps lost back-to-back non-conference matches.
The Last Time ...
|Totaled 20 or more points in game||28 vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|Totaled 15-19 points in a game||28 vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|Totaled 10-14 points in a game||11 vs. George Mason (3-0, 8/30/13)|
|Scored 10 or more goals in a game||10 vs. Mount St. Mary's (10-0, 9/21/08)|
|Scored seven, eight or nine goals in a game||9 vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|Scored six goals in a game||9 vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|Scored five goals in a game||9 vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|Scored four goals in a game||4 vs. Villanova (4-2, 8/26/13)|
|Scored three goals in a game||3 vs. Pitt (3-1, 10/31/13)|
|Scored in the first minute of a game||0:17 at North Carolina (1-3, 10/6/13)|
|Had six or more assists in a game||10 vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|Had five assists in a game||5 vs. George Mason (3-0, 8/30/13)|
|Took 30 or more shots in a game||34 vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|Took 20-29 shots in a game||27 vs. Pitt (3-1, 10/31/13)|
|Had 10 or more fouls in a game||11 vs. Boston College (0-1, 10/27/13)|
|Won an overtime game||2-1 at Clemson (2-1, 9/13/13)|
|A Maryland player totaled seven or more points||7, Ashley Spivey vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|A Maryland player totaled six points||6 Hayley Brock vs. Villanova (4-2, 8/26/13)|
|A Maryland player totaled five points||5, Olivia Wagner vs. Towson (5-0, 9/2/12)|
|A Maryland player totaled four points||4 Lauren Berman vs. The Citadel (9-0, 8/23/13)|
|A Maryland player totaled three points||3, Hayley Brock vs. Pitt (3-1, 10/31/13)|
|A Maryland player scored four goals||4, Sara Gustafson vs. Howard (9-0, 10/11/00)|
|A Maryland player scored three goals||3, Hayley Brock vs. Villanova (4-2, 8/26/13)|
|A Maryland player scored two goals||2, Alex Doody vs. Pitt (3-1, 10/31/13)|
|A Maryland player scored a goal in six straight games||Hayley Brock (11/10/12-9/1/13 - Stony Brook, Denver, The Citadel, Villanova, George Mason, Navy)|
|A Maryland player scored a goal in five straight games||Hayley Brock (11/10/12-9/1/13 - Stony Brook, Denver, The Citadel, Villanova, George Mason, Navy)|
|A Maryland player scored a goal in four straight games||Hayley Brock (11/10/12-9/1/13 - Stony Brook, Denver, The Citadel, Villanova, George Mason, Navy)|
|A Maryland player scored a goal in three straight games||Hayley Brock (11/10/12-9/1/13 - Stony Brook, Denver, The Citadel, Villanova, George Mason, Navy)|
|A Maryland player scored the game-winning goal in three straight games||Hayley Brock (10/3/12-10/12/12 - Francis Marion, at NC State, at Boston College)|
|A Maryland player had assists in three straight games||Shannon Collins (8/23/13-8/30/13 - vs. The Citadel, Villanova, George Mason)|
|A Maryland player had three assists||3, Ashley Grove at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|A Maryland player had two assists||2, Megan Gibbons vs. NC State (3-0, 10/3/13)|
|A Maryland player had 10 or more shots||10, Jasmyne Spencer vs. Missouri (3-2, 8/22/10)|
|A Maryland player had 5-9 shots||8, Hayley Brock vs. Pitt (3-1, 10/31/13)|
|A Maryland GK made 10 or more saves||11, Yewande Balogun vs. Stanford (0-0, 8/26/11)|
|Totaled 15-19 points in a game||16, at North Carolina (0-5, 9/28/08)|
|Totaled 10-14 points in a game||13, at Notre Dame (0-5, 9/26/13)|
|Scored seven or more goals in a game||7, vs. Florida State (2-7, 11/8/01)|
|Scored six goals in a game||6, at Notre Dame (0-6, 9/4/05)|
|Scored five goals in a game||5, at Notre Dame (0-5, 9/26/13)|
|Scored four goals in a game||5, at Notre Dame (0-5, 9/26/13)|
|Scored three goals in a game||5, at Notre Dame (0-5, 9/26/13)|
|Had six or more assists in a game||6, at North Carolina (0-5, 9/28/08)|
|Had five assists in a game||5, at Duke (10/23/11)|
|Took 30 or more shots in a game||37, vs. Duke (0-0, 10/14/06)|
|Took 20-29 shots in a game||21, at Virginia (0-1, 9/29/13)|
|Had 10 or more fouls in a game||15 vs. Virginia Tech (0-2, 9/19/13)|
|An opposing player totaled six or more points||6, Cari Roccaro at Notre Dame (0-5, 9/26/13)|
|An opposing player totaled five points||N/A|
|An opposing player totaled four points||4, Taylor Uhl, Stanford (0-3, 9/8/13)|
|An opposing player totaled three points||4, Taylor Uhl, Stanford (0-3, 9/8/13)|
|An opposing player scored four goals||N/A|
|An opposing player scored three goals||3, Cari Roccaro at Notre Dame (0-5, 9/26/13)|
|An opposing player scored two goals||3, Cari Roccaro at Notre Dame (0-5, 9/26/13)|
|An opposing player had three assists||3, Kacey White, North Carolina (1-3, 11/2/05)|
|An opposing player had two assists||3, Kacey White, North Carolina (1-3, 11/2/05)|
|An opposing player had 10 or more shots||10, Kristen Mewis, at Boston College (3-2, 10/11/12)|
|An opposing player had 5-9 shots||5, Stephanie McCaffrey, Noston College (0-1, 10/27/13)|
|An opposing GK made 15 or more saves||17, Madison Shaw, NC State (3-0, 10/7/12)|
|An opposing GK made 10 or more saves||10, Karly Gustafson, NC State (3-0, 10/3/13)|