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The University of Maryland men's lacrosse program plays in some of the biggest rivalry games in college lacrosse, including the one dubbed "Lacrosse's Greatest Rivalry."
Maryland and Johns Hopkins have met on the lacrosse field 106 times. No match-up in lacrosse can match the Terps and Blue Jays for intensity, relevance and longevity.
While Hopkins might be the Terps' biggest rival, the Blue Jays are far from Maryland's only rival.
Playing in the ACC means annual games vs. conference rivals Duke, North Carolina and Virginia.
Maryland and Navy have played some classic games with eight of the last 12 meetings being one-goal decisions.
Being the largest public university in the state gives added meaning to annual games vs. Towson and UMBC.