Nov. 9, 2012
COLLEGE PARK, MD. - The No. 4 seed Maryland women's soccer team will face tournament newcomer Stony Brook in the first round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament at Ludwig Field on Saturday, Nov. 10. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.
This is the second season for the 1-2-1-2 format that features 32 first round games played at campus sites. The winners of the first round games will move on to a second and third round pod at the site of the highest remaining team in the pod on the weekend of Nov. 16-18.
The winner of the Terrapins-Seawolves match with travel to Stanford, Calif., to play the winner of the Denver-Colorado College match on Friday, Nov. 16. The top half of the pod has Santa Clara hosting Long Beach State and Idaho State traveling to No. 1 seed Stanford. The second and third rounds will be played next weekend on the campus of the highest-seeded advancing team.
Maryland is 13-6-2 on the season and is making its 13th-overall trip to the NCAA tournament and its fourth straight. The Terps are led by junior forward Hayley Brock, who has 28 points on 12 goals and six assists. Brock's running mate at the forward position is senior Becky Kaplan, who has 10 goals and five assists on the season after scoring one and assisting on Brock's goal in the ACC semis. Maryland's defense is led by senior center back Domenica Hodak and senior holding center midfielder Olivia Wagner, both of whom switched to their current positions during the season despite never playing there prior to this year.
Stony Brook is making its first-ever appearance in the tournament field after winning the America East crown as a No. 6 seed. The Seawolves are 12-6-3 after knocking off New Hampshire, Maine and Hartford in the America East tournament. Stony Brook is led by junior forward Larissa Nysch, who has nine goals and four assists for 22 points this season. Senior midfielder Sa'sha Kershaw is a native of Baltimore, Md., and was named the America East Tournament's Most Outstanding Player as a defensive center midfielder. Junior goalkeeper Ashley Castanio has played every minute this season for the Seawolves and has a 1.16 goals-against average with a .810 save percentage.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for youth/seniors and college students with a valid ID. Advance tickets are available through the Maryland ticket office by calling 1-800-IM-A-TERP or on-line at umterps.com.
General Information: After 4 p.m. on weekdays and on weekends, there is no charge for parking in Lots Z1 or 1b or in Regents Drive Garage. Lots R2 and R3 are limited to vehicles displaying current valid permits for the respective lots at all times. Weekdays Before 4 p.m.: Fans arriving on campus before 4 p.m. on weekdays should park in Union Lane Garage (located between Cole Field House and Stamp Student Union). Rates are $2.00 per hour ($10.00 per day maximum). The garage may only be accessed via Campus Drive and Union Lane, at the top level of the garage. The exit lanes are located at the bottom level of the garage. If the Union Lane Garage is unavailable, fans should park in the Stadium Drive Garage located behind Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. Regulations at the Stadium Drive Garage are similar to those at Union Lane Garage. Rates at Stadium Drive Garage are $2 per hour ($10 per day maximum). Stadium Drive Garage is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to midnight.
Fans will be able to watch the Maryland-Stony Brook game live on-line for free at CBSsports.com ULive.
Fans will also be able to follow all of the action on umterps.com via Gametracker.
Maryland's student-run radio station, WMUC, will also be broadcasting the match at WMUCsports.com.
|Maryland's Probable Starters|
|D||2||Domenica Hodak||Sr.||5-4||West Sayville, N.Y.||21/19||0||4||4|
|M||3||Aubrey Baker||Fr.||5-2||Foothill Ranch, Calif.||21/3||0||2||2|
|M||8||Ashley Spivey||Fr.||5-8||Sparrows Point, Md.||21/21||5||3||13|
|M||10||Riley Barger||Fr.||5-3||Baldwin, Md.||18/13||0||1||1|
|M||11||Olivia Wagner||Sr.||5-8||Boulder, Colo.||20/20||4||4||12|
|D||15||Erika Nelson||Fr.||5-9||Albuquerque, N.M.||17/15||0||0||0|
|F||19||Becky Kaplan||Sr.||5-6||Oyster Bay, N.Y.||20/20||10||5||25|
|D||22||Shade Pratt||So.||5-7||Germantown, Md.||19/15||0||0||0|
|F||27||Hayley Brock||Jr.||5-8||Acton, Mass.||19/18||11||6||28|
|D||73||Shannon Collins||Fr.||5-6||La Plata, Md.||21/21||1||2||4|
|33||Rachelle Beanlands||R-Fr.||5-9||Ottawa, Ontario||20/19||1.03||57||13-6-1|
Maryland Returns To The NCAA Tournament For 13th Time
The Terps are in the NCAA Women's College Cup in four-straight seasons for the first time since 2001-04 and 13th time overall. Maryland holds a 13-10-2 record in tournament play and is 9-2-1 (.792) all-time in the first round..
|Maryland's NCAA History|
(GWG in CAPS)
|W||6-1||T. Rich, TALIAFERRO,
McDonough, Deville, Warlick
|Quarter||11/25/95||at Portland||L||0-1||--||Knecht 7||2,634|
|W||2-0||SARVER, Harbo||Knecht 2||714|
|Second||11/24/96||SAN DIEGO||W||1-0||SARVER||Price 4||1,224|
|Quarter||12/1/96||at Notre Dame||L||0-2||--||Price 6||473|
|Second||11/15/98||vs. William & Mary ||L||0-2||--||Wolff 7||257|
|First||11/10/99||LONG ISLAND||W||6-0||JANSS 2, Mynarski 2,
|Second||11/14/99||at Penn State||L||2-3||Basalyga 2||Wolff 0,
|First||11/16/01||vs. Dayton ||L||0-1||--||Wolff 1||551|
|Second||11/17/02||PENN STATE||L||1-2||Dekker||Barnhill 4||888|
|First||11/14/03||vs. Rutgers ||T||1-1||Ludwig||Barnhill 10||521|
|First||11/12/04||vs. Loyola ||W||3-0||MAHAR,
|Second||11/14/04||at Penn State||W||1-0||MAHAR||Resnick10|
|Sweet 16||11/20/04||at Washington||L||0-1||--||Resnick 8||1,274|
|Sweet 16||11/21/09||at North Carolina||L||0-1||--||Casey 7||2,898|
|First||11/12/10||HIGH POINT||W||4-1||Spencer, AYINDE,
|First||11/11/11||LA SALLE||W||5-1||Grove, WAGNER,
Brock 2, Hubka
|Second||11/18/11||vs. Auburn ||W||1-0||KAPLAN||Balogun, 5||111|
|Sweet 16||11/20/11||at Oklahoma State||L||0-1||--||Balogun, 6||958|
|1-at Newport News, Va.; 2-at Morgantown, W.Va; 3-at University Park, Pa.; 4-at Stillwater, Okla.|
Maryland's Individual NCAA Records
|Game||Keri Sarver vs. Fairfield, 11/11/98||3|
|Tournament||Lindsay Basalyga, 1999||4|
|Career||Keri Sarver, 1995-98||6|
|Game||Emmy Harbo vs. Fairfield, 11/11/98||2|
|Valerie Lawrence vs. L. Island, 11/10/99||2|
|Mallory Mahar vs. Loyola, 11/12/04||2|
|Career||Emmy Harbo, 1995-98||4|
|Game||Keri Sarver vs. Fairfield, 11/11/98||6|
|Tournament||Lindsay Basalyga, 1999||9|
|Career||Keri Sarver, 1995-98||13|
|Tournament||Numerous players in 1996, 2004, 2009 & 2011||3|
|Career||Keri Sarver, 1995-98||8|
|Robin McCullough, 1995-98||8|
|Emily Janss, 1996-99||8|
|Danielle Hubka, 2009-||8|
|Tournament||Keri Sarver, 1996||2|
|Mallory Mahar, 2004||2|
|Career||Keri Sarver, 1995-98||3|
|Game||Nikki Resnick at Penn St., 11/14/04||10|
|Tournament||Nikki Resnick, 2004||21|
|Career||Yewande Balogun, 2010-11||24|
Maryland's Team NCAA Records
|Game||vs. James Madison, 11/18/95||6|
|vs. Long Island, 11/10/99||6|
|Game||High Point, 11/12/10||5|
|Game||vs. James Madison, 11/18/95||16|
|vs. Long Island, 11/10/99||16|
|Game||La Salle, 11/11/11||28|
|Penn State, 11/14/99||3|
|Game||by Notre Dame, 12/1/96||19|
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Scouting The Terps
Maryland are a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament after advancing to the finals of the ACC tournament. The Terps have a 13-6-2 overall record after losing to Virginia in the title game.
|2012 Maryland Terrapins: 12-5-2, 6-3-1 ACC
(Soccer America #7, NSCAA #9, TopDrawerSoccer.com #14)
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The Terrapins opened the 2012 season with a 3-0 shutout at Navy (recap | stats) that featured a one-hour 46-minute lightning delay. Becky Kaplan scored the first two goals of the season for Maryland, while Alex Reed tallied the insurance goal. Four freshmen - Aubre Baker,Riley Barger, Shannon Collins and Sarah Molina - recorded assists in their first collegiate games.
Maryland had a short turnaround for a match at Villanova that ended in a 0-0 tie (recap | stats). Shannon Zickler filled in for Rachelle Beanlands in net for the Terps and made four saves to record her first career shutout.
Maryland fell behind George Mason 1-0, but scored the game's final three goals to earn a 3-1 win over the Patriots on Aug. 31 (recap | stats). Freshman Gabby Galanti scored two minutes into her Terrapin debut to tie the match. Senior Becky Kaplan scored the game-winning goal in the 59th minute and freshman Ashley Spivey added the insurance goal in the 65th minute. Senior Domenica Hodak had two assists in the match, while Spivey, junior Hayley Brock and freshman Alexis Prior-Brown each had one helper.
Senior Olivia Wagner scored two goals, while freshman Ashley Spivey and junior Hayley Brock each chipped in a goal and an assist as Maryland thumped Towson, 5-0 (recap | stats), in the Terps' 2012 home opener. Senior Becky Kaplan scored the first goal of the game for Maryland, giving her her third game-winning goal of the season. Redshirt freshman Amanda Gerlitz and freshman Gabby Galanti each earned their first career assists in the victory.
Senior Becky Kaplan put the Terps ahead with her first goal of the game in the third minute, then scored the game-winner in the 89th minute to lead Maryland to a thrilling 2-1 road victory at Alabama (recap | stats) on Sept. 6. Junior Hayley Brock assisted on both of Kaplan's goals with senior Olivia Wagner also getting an assist on the game-winner.
A 30-yard strike into the upper left 90 by Kristina Maksuti in the 70th minute gave Fordham a 1-0 upset (recap | stats) of Maryland on Sept. 9 at Ludwig Field. The Terps held a 29-5 shot advantage over the Rams and had 13 corner kicks to Fordham's 0.
Maryland bounced back in a big way - a historic way - becoming the first team ever to defeat North Carolina three times in three consecutive seasons when the Terps topped the Tar Heels, 2-1 (recap | stats), on Sept. 13. Junior Alex Reed gave the Terrapins a 1-0 lead with her goal in the 41st minute. Junior Hayley Brock netted the game-winner, finishing a solid ball across the box from senior Beck Kaplan in the 55th minute. Carolina made it a one-goal game on a penalty kick by Maria Lubrano in the 78th minute, but Maryland defense held off the Tar Heel charge and redshirt freshman keeper Rachelle Beanlands made two big second-half saves to preserve the history-making win.
The Terrapins improved to 2-0-0 in the ACC for the first time since 1997 with a 4-1 win over Clemson (recap | stats) on Sept. 16 at Ludwig Field. Senior Becky Kaplan got the Terps on the board early with her team-leading seventh goal in the sixth minute. Senior Danielle Hubka scored her first of the season, which proved to be the eventual game-winner, in the 19th minute. Junior Hayley Brock scored Maryland's final two goals in the 74th and 76th minutes, respectively. Senior Olivia Wagner had two assists on the day, while Kaplan and freshmen Gabby Galanti, Sarah Molina and Ashley Spivey each had one helper.
Maryland's top goal-scorers senior Becky Kaplan and junior Hayley Brock came through with goals to help the Terps earn a hard-fought 2-2 tie at No. 4 Duke (recap | stats) on Sept. 20. Brock scored in the 10th minute, finishing a long ball from senior Domenica Hodak. After the Blue Devils tied the match in the 54th minute, Kaplan gave Maryland the lead back with a quality, composed finish in the 75th minute off of a feed from freshman Aubrey Baker. The high-powered Blue Devils came through with the game-tying goal in the 87th minute to send the game to overtime.
Hayley Brock and Becky Kaplan did it again with each scoring a goal to lead the Terps to their first win at Wake Forest since 1996 with a 2-1 victory on Sept. 23 (recap | stats). Brock score the first goal of the game, putting back her own rebound in the 10th minute. Kaplan scored what proved to be her fifth game-winner of the season in the 69th minute. Brock and Alex Reed earned assists on the counter-attack goal.
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 (recap | stats) 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 senior Becky Kaplan and junior Hayley Brock.
The Terps had their five-game unbeaten streak come to an end with a 1-0 loss at No. 16 Virginia Tech (recap | stats) on Sept. 30. The Hokies scored the game's lone goal in the 44th minute on a quick restart following a questionable foul called on freshman Gabby Galanti, who appeared to have been pulled down by a VT defender on the play. Redshirt freshman Rachelle Beanlands made six saves for the Terps, while senior Olivia Wagner and junior Hayley Brock paced the offense with three shots apiece.
Freshmen Maisie McCune and Erika Joab scored their first collegiate goals in the Terrapins' 5-1 win over Francis Marion (recap | stats) on Oct. 3. Junior Hayley Brock scored twice, including the game-winner, while freshman Ashley Spivey added her third of the season. Junior Kristen Schmidbauer and freshman Gabby Galanti each had two assists.
Freshman Ashley Spivey scored twice to lead Maryland to a 3-0 victory at NC State (recap | stats) on Oct. 7. Junior Hayley Brock scored the game-winner off an assist by sophomore Cory Ryan. Spivey then added the insurance goal, finishing a long ball from senior Domenica Hodak. Spivey then tacked on an unassisted goal to put the game completely out of reach. Redshirt freshman Rachelle Beanlands made six saves behind the backline of Hodak, sophomore Shade Pratt and freshmen Shannon Collins and Erika Nelson to earn the first shutout in a conference match since Oct. 13, 2011 when the Terps won at Florida State, 3-0.
Junior Hayley Brock added another chapter in her storybook season when she scored the game-winning goal two minutes into the first overtime to give the Terps a 3-2 win at No. 23 Boston College (recap | stats) on Oct. 11. Freshmen Shannon Collins and Gabby Galanti scored in regulation to send the match to overtime, while redshirt freshman Rachelle Beanlands made five stops in the victory.
Miami continued to be a thorn in the side of the Terps, upending Maryland 1-0 in overtime (recap | stats) on Oct. 18. The game was a physical contest that saw three yellow cards and three red cards issued, including a red card to Hayley Brock, who will miss the game vs. the Seminoles.
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 (recap | stats) on Oct. 28. 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 (recap | stats) 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' 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.
Scouting The Seawolves
Stony Brook is making its first-ever appearance in the tournament field after winning the America East crown as a No. 6 seed. The Seawolves are 12-6-3 after knocking off New Hampshire, Maine and Hartford in the America East tournament.
|2012 Stony Brook Seawolves: 12-6-3, 3-4-1 America East
(Soccer America NR, NSCAA NR, TopDrawerSoccer.com #62)
Stony Brook is led by junior forward Larissa Nysch, who has nine goals and four assists for 22 points this season. Senior midfielder Sa'sha Kershaw is a native of Baltimore, Md., and was named the America East Tournament's Most Outstanding Player as a defensive center midfielder. Junior goalkeeper Ashley Castanio has played every minute this season for the Seawolves and has a 1.16 goals-against average with a .810 save percentage.
Series History vs. Stony Brook
This will be the third time Maryland and Stony Brook will meet on the pitch. Maryland won both previous meetings by a 2-0 margin.
Maryland wasn't sharp vs. Stony Brook, but still managed to come away with a 2-0 shutout victory on Sept. 5, 2010. Sophomore Danielle Hubka returned after missing two games due to injury to score the game-winning goal off assists from Sade Ayinde and Olivia Wagner. Ayinde put in the insurance goal off assists from Jasmyne Spencer and Kayla Clarke, who earned her first collegiate point on the goal.
The Terps and Seawolves first met in 2006 and the two teams played to a 0-0 tie until the 45th minute when junior Maureen Dowling's blast into the upper right corner with just one second left on the clock gave Maryland a 1-0 lead. Sophomore Kayla Sciascia scored the insurance goal off of assists by Molly Dreska and Sarah Sample to give Maryland the 2-0 victory on Sept. 15 at Ludwig Field.
|Hayley Brock (Second Team)|
|Becky Kaplan (Second Team)|
|Ashley Spivey (All-Freshman Team)|
|ACC All-Tournament Team|
|TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week|
|Hayley Brock (Week 5)|
|Ashley Spivey (Week 8)|
|Soccer America National Player of the Week|
|Hayley Brock (Sept. 25)|
|ACC Player of the Week|
|Hayley Brock (Sept. 17)|
|Hayley Brock (Sept. 24)|
|CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer of the Week|
|Hayley Brock (Sept. 18)|
|Becky Kaplan (Sept. 25)|
Through 19 games the Terrapins have played 14 true or redshirt freshmen. That might not seem too significant until noticing that Maryland's freshmen have played more than 50% of the team's on-field minutes.
But the Terp freshmen aren't just playing - they're contributing. Eight freshmen - Ashley Spivey, Shannon Collins, Riley Barger, Gabby Galanti, Sarah Molina, Rachelle Beanlands, Erika Nelson and Aubrey Baker- have started for the Terps this season with Spivey and Collins starting every game. Freshmen have totaled 38 of the team's 124 points this season.
Jonathan Morgan enters his first 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 13-5-2 (.700) as the Terps' head coach.
Terps In Overtime
Maryland has played in 95 overtime games in its 26-year history. The Terps' all-time record in those overtime games is 29-24-43 (.532).
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.
In its 19 games this season Maryland has had a double-goal scorer in seven of them.
In addition to the seven multi-goal scorers, Maryland has also had five players with multiple assists in a match this season.
Terps Toppling Top 10 Teams
Maryland has defeated a Top 10 ranked team 21 times in its history. The Terps' most memorable Top 10 victory, 2-1 at No. 2 North Carolina on Oct. 24, tied for he highest ranked opponent ever defeated by Maryland. The Terrapins defeated No. 2 Boston College on Oct. 7 in Chestnut Hill, Mass. Those two victories mark 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. The latest Top 10 win for the Terps came 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 marked the Terps' first shutout of a top 10 team since their 1-0 win at No. 10 Tennessee in the 2006 season opener.Earlier this season, the Terps topped No. 6 North Carolina on Sept. 13, 2012 to become 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:
|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|
Maryland started 4-0-1 in ACC play for the first time in the program's 26-year history.
Maryland's 2-1 win over No. 6 North Carolina on Sept. 13 gave the Terrapins their first 1-0-0 start in conference play since 2001. The last time the Terps opened ACC play with a win was on Sept. 2, 2001 when Maryland defeated No 17 Duke, 2-0, at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, N.C. From 2002-11, Maryland was 0-8-2 in conference openers.
Maryland followed that up with a 4-1 win over Clemson on Sept. 16, which put the Terps at 2-0-0 in the ACC for the first time since 1997.
The Terps continued their unprecedented success in the ACC by earning a 2-2 tie at No. 4 Duke on Sept. 20 and then winning 2-1 at No. 13 Wake Forest on Sept. 23.
The ACC record grew to 4-0-1 with a thrilling come-from-behind 3-1 victory over No. 3 Virginia on Sept. 27. The Terps scored three times in the game's final 17 minutes to earn the win.
Maryland started the 1996 season with a 2-0-1 record in the conference with wins over Wake Forest and Florida State and a tie with Virginia, but the Terps lost to NC State in their fourth ACC game.
Dating back to its 10-0 win over Mount St. Mary's in 2008, Maryland has lost only three times in its last 40 matches vs. non-ACC opponents. The Terps have outscored its non-conference opposition 112-21 in those 40 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 32-3-4 in its last 39 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 has defeated Navy, 3-0, tied Villanova, 0-0, dropped a 1-0 decision at Ohio State, topped George Mason, 3-1, thumped Towson, 5-0, pulled out a late 2-1 win at Alabama, dropped a 1-0 decision to Fordham and finished its regular-season non-conference slate with a 5-1 win over Francis Marion.
121 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 121-50-21 (.685) at Ludwig Field.
Through the seasons, the Terps have had a knack for shutting teams out at Ludwig Field. Maryland has won 75 of its 121 victories (62.0%) at Ludwig Field via shutout. Add in the 12 0-0 ties the Terps have had at Ludwig Field and it totals 87 times that Maryland has shutout its opponent in 192 games (45.3%).
The Last Time ...
|Totaled 20 or more points in game||29 at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|Totaled 15-19 points in a game||16 vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|Totaled 10-14 points in a game||16 vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|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 at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|Scored six goals in a game||9 at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|Scored five goals in a game||5 vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|Scored four goals in a game||5 vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|Scored three goals in a game||3 at Boston College (3-2, 10/11/12)|
|Had six or more assists in a game||6 vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|Had five assists in a game||6 vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|Took 30 or more shots in a game||55 vs. Eastern Kentucky (0-0, 8/31/08)|
|Took 20-29 shots in a game||24 at NC State (3-0, 10/7/12)|
|Had 10 or more fouls in a game||14 vs. Miami (2-1, 10/28/12)|
|Won an overtime game||2-1 vs. Miami (2-1, 10/28/12)|
|A Maryland player totaled seven or more points||7, Ashley Grove at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|A Maryland player totaled six points||6, Becky Kaplan at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|A Maryland player totaled five points||5, Olivia Wagner vs. Towson (5-0, 9/2/12)|
|A Maryland player totaled four points||4, Ashley Spivey at NC State (3-0, 10/7/12)|
|A Maryland player totaled three points||4, Ashley Spivey at NC State (3-0, 10/7/12)|
|A Maryland player scored four goals||4, Sara Gustafson vs. Howard (9-0, 10/11/00)|
|A Maryland player scored three goals||3, Becky Kaplan at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|A Maryland player scored two goals||2, Ashley Spivey at NC State (3-0, 10/7/12)|
|A Maryland player scored a goal in four straight games||Hayley Brock (9/13-9/23 - North Carolina, Clemson, at Duke, at Wake Forest)|
|A Maryland player scored a goal in three straight games||Hayley Brock (10/3-10/12 - Francis Marion, at NC State, at Boston College)|
|A Maryland player scored the game-winning goal in three straight games||Hayley Brock (10/3-10/12 - Francis Marion, at NC State, at Boston College)|
|A Maryland player had assists in three straight games||Hayley Brock (8/31-9/6 - at George Mason, Towson, at Alabama)|
|A Maryland player had three assists||3, Ashley Grove at Loyola (9-0, 8/22/11)|
|A Maryland player had two assists||2, Gabby Galanti vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|2, Kristen Schmidbauer vs. Francis Marion (5-1, 10/3/12)|
|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||6, Becky Kaplan at NC State (3-0, 10/7/12)|
|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||11, at Duke (1-3, 10/23/11)|
|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||6, at Notre Dame (0-6, 9/4/05)|
|Scored four goals in a game||4, at Virginia (1-4, 9/15/11)|
|Scored three goals in a game||3, at Duke (1-3, 10/23/11)|
|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||22, at Duke (2-2, 9/20/12)|
|Had 10 or more fouls in a game||14 vs. Miami (0-1, 10/18/12)|
|An opposing player totaled six or more points||6, Courtney Jones, North Carolina (5-0, 9/28/08)|
|An opposing player totaled five points||6, Courtney Jones, North Carolina (5-0, 9/28/08)|
|An opposing player totaled four points||4, Caroline Miller, Virginia (4-1, 9/15/11)|
|An opposing player totaled three points||3, Kelly Cobb, Duke (1-3, 10/23/11)|
|3, Mollie Pathman, Duke (1-3, 10/23/11)|
|An opposing player scored four goals||N/A|
|An opposing player scored three goals||3, Courtney Jones, North Carolina (5-0, 9/28/08)|
|An opposing player scored two goals||2, Kate Howarth, at Miami (1-2, 10/16/11)|
|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||9, Kristen Mewis, at Boston College (3-2, 10/11/12)|
|An opposing player had 5-9 shots||5, Crystal Dunn, North Carolina (2-1, 9/13/12)|
|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||17, Madison Shaw, NC State (3-0, 10/7/12)|
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