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Since its opening in 1995, state-of-the-art Ludwig Field has been the home of the Terrapin men's and women's soccer teams as well as playing host to numerous other local soccer events throughout the past eight years.

Due to the expanding horizon of Terrapin soccer and the growing interest in its achievement on the field, the University of Maryland embarked on a project that would bring the level of the facility on par with the excellence of the programs that played there.

The $2.5 million facility was dedicated on Sept. 16, 1995, and is surely a cornerstone of collegiate soccer throughout the nation.

The 4,000-seat facility is an integral part of new construction for Maryland athletics. The complex is fully lighted with an all-weather track and sodded Bermuda grass playing field. The most recent update for the facility is the installation of a permanent press box, which is fully-functional for the 2008 season.

The permanent lights allow for commonly scheduled night games. The lights also allow Maryland the ability to host NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference tournaments and nationally televised games. Since its opening, Ludwig Field has played host to nine NCAA Tournament games, including Maryland's 1-0 win over American on Nov. 15, 2002.

In addition to the collegiate games played at Ludwig Field, the complex has played host to numerous U.S. and professional soccer matches, as well.  Among the teams who have used Ludwig Field as their home-away-from-home are the 2000 U.S. Women's National Team and the WUSA's Washington Freedom.

In addition to the high level of competition created by the excellent playing surface at Ludwig Field, the complex was also created with the local soccer fan very much in mind. The field is located directly adjacent to Parking Lot 1 and close to the University Boulevard  entrance.

The facility is named after lifetime Terrapin friends Bob and Louise Ludwig.


Ludwig Field Records
Terps Individual Records
Goals in a Game: 4 by Sara Gustafson vs. Howard, 10/11/00
Assists in a Game: 3 by Dana Jarzyniecki vs. Howard, 10/11/00; by Annesia Faulkner vs. Mount St. Mary's, 9/21/08
Points in a Game: 8 by Sara Gustafson vs. Howard, 10/11/00
Saves in a Game: 14 by Nikki Resnick vs. North Carolina, 10/2/05; by Nikki Resnick vs. Duke, 10/14/06

Terps Team Records
Goals in a Game: 10 vs. Mount St. Mary's, 9/21/08
Assists in a Game: 11 vs. Mount St. Mary's, 9/21/08
Points in a Game: 31 vs. Mount St. Mary's, 9/21/08
Shots in a Game: 55 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 8/31/07
Saves in a Game: 15 vs. Duke 10/14/06

All-Time Records at Ludwig Field
Overall: 99-46-16 (.664)
ACC: 25-25-7 (.500)
ACC Tournament: 2-0-1 (.833)
NCAA Tournament: 8-2 (.800)
Highest Attendance: 4,380 vs. North Carolina, 10/10/97  


Year-By-Year Results at Ludwig Field

Game-by-game results for every Maryland women's soccer match at Ludwig Field. Maryland and opponent rankings at the time of the match are in parentheses.

1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 |


1995
(13-2-0, 2-1-0)
Coach: April Heinrichs
S3 Virginia Tech (15/-) W, 6-0
S12 Loyola (15/-) W, 3-0
S15 Princeton (15/-) W, 4-1
S17 Wake Forest * (15/-) W, 3-0
S22 William & Mary (14/13) W, 1-0
S24 Old Dominion (14/-) W, 6-0
O6 Clemson * (10/13) W, 2-0
O18 James Madison (11/-) zW, 2-1
O21 at NC State * (11/13) L, 0-1
O25 George Washington (13/-) W, 5-1
O27 Fairfield (13/-) W, 3-0
O29 North Carolina * (13/1) L, 0-3
N2 Clemson [1] (13/15) W, 2-0
N3 NC State [1] (13/11) W, 1-0
N5 North Carolina [1] (13/1) L, 0-3
N18 James Madison [2] (9/17) W, 6-1
1-ACC Tournament, College Park, Md.; 2-NCAA First Round, College Park, Md.


1996
(9-1-2, 1-1-2)
Coach: Alan Kirkup
S4 George Washington (9/-) W, 5-0
S22 Texas (6/-) W, 2-0
S24 George Mason (5/19) W, 2-0
S27 Brown (5/-) W, 4-0
O1 UMBC (4/-) W, 8-0
O11 Virginia * (4/19) (ot) T, 1-1
O13 Florida State * (4/-) (ot) W, 2-0
O19 NC State * (5/20) L, 0-2
O22 Navy (7/-) W, 4-0
O25 Duke * (7/-) T, 3-3
N16 George Washington [1] (9/-) W, 2-0
N24 San Diego [2] (9/-) W, 1-0
1-NCAA First Round, College Park, Md.; 2-NCAA Second Round, College Park, Md.


1997
(8-2-0, 2-1-0)
Coach: Alan Kirkup
S1 Wright State (7/-) W, 3-1
S4 James Madison (7/13) W, 2-0
S12 Wake Forest * [1] (13/22) W, 4-0
S14 Penn [1] (13/-) W, 2-0
O10 North Carolina * (19/1) L, 0-4
O12 Clemson * (19/9) W, 2-0
O24 Dartmouth (18/-) (ot) W, 2-1
O26 Navy (18/-) W, 5-0
O31 Penn State (18/21) W, 3-1
N16 George Mason [2] (16/-) L, 1-2
1-Maryland/Puma Tournament, College Park, Md.; 2-NCAA First Round, College Park, Md.


1998
(7-4-1, 3-1-0)
Coach: Alan Kirkup
S11 Southern California [1] W, 3-0
S13 Texas Tech [1] L, 2-3
S18 Duke * (-/9) W, 3-1
S20 NC State * W, 5-0
S23 George Mason W, 4-2
O2 Florida (20/5) L, 2-7
O9 Virginia * (24/17) (ot) W, 3-2
O11 Connecticut (24/4) (2ot) T, 2-2
O16 William & Mary (14/14) L, 0-2
O18 Florida State * (14/-) (ot) L, 2-3
O28 George Washington (ot) W, 3-2
N11 Fairfield [2] W, 4-3
1-Puma Tournament, College Park, Md.; 2-NCAA First Round, College Park, Md.


1999
(6-4-0, 2-1-0)
Coach: Shannon Higgins-Cirovski
S1 UMBC (RV/-) W, 6-1
S10 Baylor [1] (-/24) L, 0-4
S12 Penn [1] L, 1-2
S26 James Madison L, 1-2
O8 Rutgers W, 2-0
O10 Navy W, 2-0
O17 Clemson * (-/9) (ot) W, 2-1
O22 Wake Forest * (-/11) W, 1-0
O24 North Carolina * (-/3) L, 0-3
N10 Long Island [2] (25/-) W, 6-0
1-FILA Tournament, College Park, Md.; 2-NCAA First Round, College Park, Md.


2000
(6-4-0, 1-4-0)
Coach: Shannon Higgins-Cirovski
A29 Penn State (23/4) W, 3-1
S1 Duke * (23/22) L, 1-2
S6 Towson (9/-) W, 1-0
S12 George Washington W, 3-0
S27 George Mason W, 1-0
O1 NC State * L, 0-1
O6 Virginia * (-/15) L, 2-3
O11 Howard W, 9-0
O20 Florida State * (-/23) W, 2-0
O22 William & Mary (-/22) L, 0-1


2001
(7-3-1, 1-2-0)
Coach: Shannon Higgins-Cirovski
A31 Towson W, 3-0
S6 Richmond (14/-) L, 0-1
S9 East Carolina (14/-) W, 1-0
S21 George Washington (RV/-) W, 2-0
S23 Wake Forest * (RV/-) L, 0-1
S30 Loyola W, 2-0
O5 North Carolina * (-/1) L, 1-3
O13 Clemson * (-/8) (ot) W, 1-0
O17 James Madison (2ot) T, 0-0
O24 Rutgers (ot) W, 3-2
O30 Mount St. Mary's W, 2-0


2002
(8-4-0, 2-2-0)
Coach: Shannon Higgins-Cirovski
S8 Virginia Commonwealth W, 2-1
S13 Loyola [1] (25/-) W, 2-1
S15 Notre Dame [1] (25/11) L, 2-5
S22 George Washington W, 5-0
S27 Duke * (-/22) W, 3-2
S29 William & Mary W, 1-0
O4 NC State * (23/-) (ot) L, 1-2
O11 Virginia * W, 2-0
O16 George Mason (RV/-) W, 3-0
O25 Florida State * (22/RV) L, 0-1
N15 American [2] (17/-) W, 1-0
N17 Penn State [3] (17/12) L, 1-2
1-Maryland FILA Classic, College Park, Md.; 2-NCAA First Round, College Park, Md.; 3-NCAA Second Round, College Park, Md.


2003
(6-2-0, 2-1-0)
Coach: Shannon Higgins-Cirovski
S7 Penn State (24/13) L, 0-3
S12 Towson W, 3-2
S17 Loyola [1] W, 1-0
S20 Tennessee [1] (-/23) W, 3-1
O1 James Madison W, 6-0
O5 North Carolina * (-/1) L, 0-4
O10 Clemson * (-/24) W, 2-1
O25 Wake Forest * (-/16) W, 5-1
N2 Navy (RV/-) W, 2-1
1-Maryland/adidas Classic, College Park, Md.


2004
(2-1-3, 2-1-2)
Coach: Shannon Higgins-Cirovski
S2 Virginia Tech * L, 0-2
O5 Virginia * (-/6) (2 ot) T, 0-0
O8 NC State * W, 2-1
O13 Florida State * (-/14)  (2 ot) T, 1-1
O23 Duke * (RV/10) (ot) W, 1-0
O31 NC State [1] (19/-) (2 ot) T, 0-0
  Maryland advances on PK's. 4-2
1-ACC First Round, College Park, Md.


2005
(5-4-2, 3-1-1)
Coach: Brian Pensky
A26 Towson (2 ot) T, 0-0
A28 Rhode Island W, 4-0
S8 Villanova [2] L, 0-2
S11 Rutgers [2] W, 1-0
S16 Penn State (-/2) L, 0-3
S18 Yale (-/RV) (ot) L, 0-1
S30 Wake Forest * (-/11) W, 1-0
O2 North Carolina * (-/1) L, 0-4
O13 NC State *  (ot) W, 2-1
O19 Virginia Tech * (2 ot) T, 0-0
O29 Boston College * (-/8) W, 2-1
1-Maryland/adidas Classic, College Park, Md.


2006
(3-3-3, 1-2-2)
Coach: Brian Pensky
S2 Towson (2 ot) T, 0-0
S4 UMBC W, 6-0
S12 Loyola L, 0-1
S15 Stony Brook W, 2-0
S21 Clemson * (ot) L, 0-1
O5 Florida State * (-/3) L, 0-1
O8 Miami * (2 ot) T, 0-0
O14 Duke * (2 ot) T, 0-0
O22 Virginia * (-/11) W, 2-0


2007
(5-4-2, 1-4-0)
Coach: Brian Pensky
A31 Eastern Kentucky (2ot) T, 0-0
S2 Fairleigh Dickinson W, 2-1
S14 Dartmouth (2ot) W, 1-0
S16 George Mason W, 1-0
S22 Kent State (2ot ) T, 1-1
S30 Lehigh W, 2-0
O5 Wake Forest (-/18) * L, 0-1
O7 North Carolina (-/12) * (ot) L, 1-2
O28 Virginia Tech * (ot) L, 1-2
N1 Boston College (-/10) * L, 0-2
N4 NC State * W, 2-0


2008
(5-5-1, 2-3-0)
Coach: Brian Pensky
A23 George Mason W, 5-0
A29 Bucknell (RV/-) L, 2-3
A31 Elon (RV/-) L, 0-1
S5 American (2ot) T, 1-1
S7 Temple W, 2-0
S21 Mount St. Mary's W, 10-0
O2 Florida State * (-/11) (ot) L, 0-1
O5 Miami * W, 1-0
O12 Duke * (-/9) L, 0-1
O16 Virginia * (-/9) (ot) L, 2-3
O30 Clemson * W, 1-0

 


2009
(9-2-1, 2-2-1)
Coach: Brian Pensky
A28 Seton Hall W, 2-0
S1 Loyola W, 5-2
S4 Santa Clara (-/22) W, 1-0
S13 James Madison (18/-) W, 1-0
S18 Brown (9/-) W, 3-1
O11 Virginia Tech (17/6) W, 3-1
O15 Boston College (10/7) (2ot) T, 1-1
O18 NC State (10/-) (ot) W, 3-2
O29 Wake Forest (8/11) L, 1-3
N1 North Carolina (8/4) L, 0-1
N13 Monmouth (20/-) [1] W, 4-0
N15 Washington State (20/19) [2] W, 1-0
1-NCAA First Round, College Park, Md.; 2-NCAA Second Round, College Park, Md.



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