This week's blog takes a look back at one of the coldest games in Maryland women's lacrosse history and the Terrapins red hot attack.
- First, we'd like to send kudos to the nearly 500 fans that trekked out for Maryland's home opener Sunday. The wind chill dipped below the 20-degree mark but the excitement and anticipation from the crowd, players, coaches and staff did not waver.
- If you attended the game on Sunday, you couldn't help but notice the Terps' new uniforms. Maryland rocked its' all white uniforms against the Tribe. The top is highlighted by a black and grey turtle shell print on the sleeves and 10 stars on the back to represent the program's 10 NCAA national championships.
- A total of 10 freshmen saw their first collegiate action Sunday. It was also head coach Cathy Reese's son Braxton's first Maryland game. Former Terp standout Sarah Mollison coached in her first road game as an assistant for William & Mary.
- The Terrapin attack needed little time to warm up against the Tribe Sunday, scoring the first goal of the season 35 seconds into the game. The Beth Glaros score would be the first of nine unanswered goals. W&M did not make its way to the scoreboard until Jenna Doughtery connected on a free position goal at 15:03.
- The Terps return to action on Thursday with a 4 p.m. tilt against Delaware. There will be no charge for admission. Stay logged on to www.umterps.com for parking information as the men's basketball game against Boston College is set for a 9 p.m. start Thursday.