Women's Lacrosse Fields Strong Performance At Johns Hopkins Tournament

Oct. 9, 2000

COLLEGE PARK, MD.- - Maryland's six-time defending national champions women's lacrosse team opened fall ball action this past weekend at the Johns Hopkins tournament in Baltimore with a strong performance for the Terps.

The team started its day against Georgetown, following the action with a game against American, and ended the day in a match-up with the host Johns Hopkins team. Maryland went 3-0 on the day, although no official scores were kept because of the scrimmage status of the games.

Maryland head coach Cindy Timchal was excited about the team's start this fall, "We won all three games and had a great day for our first outting this fall. Everyone got an opportunity to play, and we're looking forward to continuing next weekend at Georgetown at their tournament."

The Terrapins, the winningest program in women's lacrosse history, will meet both Georgetown and George Mason next weekend in continuing fall ball action in Washington, D.C. on the Georgetown campus.