Loyola, Clemson Await Regrouping Terps This Week
Oct. 25, 1999
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - - The No. 7 Maryland Terrapins enter this week banged up, but ready to regroup after an overtime loss to Wake Forest on Saturday gave the Terrapins their fourth loss of the season. Three regular-season games remain before the ACC Tournament begins on Nov. 11 at Wake Forest. This week, Maryland hosts Loyola (10-4-2) Tuesday and travels to Clemson (8-5-2) to round out its ACC schedule on Saturday.
The Series vs. Loyola
Last Season Against Loyola
Box Score 1 2 F Loyola 0 0 0 No. 16 Maryland 3 1 4GOALS: 8:36- MARYLAND: Taylor Twellman (Unassisted)
24:03- MARYLAND: Pierre Venditti (Randy Merkel, Jason Cropley)
40:06- MARYLAND: Kirk Miller (Venditti, Cropley)
64:38- MARYLAND: (Cropley, Jamie Eichmann)
SHOTS: LU 11, MD 10
FOULS: LU 13, MD 17
CORNERS: LU 13, MD 17
GOALKEEPING: MD-Christian Lewis (90 minutes, 7 saves, 0 goals against)
LU- Colley Bruce (90 minutes, 4 saves, 4 goal against)
The Terps enter Saturdayís game 10-24-1 against ACC-nemesis Clemson in the series. The Tigers handed Maryland a pair of 2-0 losses last year, one at Ludwig Field and one in the ACC Tournament held at Wake Forest. The last time the Terps beat Clemson was on Nov. 13, 1997, in the first round of the ACC Tournament by a 4-2 margin. Sasho Cirovski is 1-8 against Clemson since his arrival in 1993.
Last Season vs. Clemson (Regular Season) COLLEGE PARK, Md.-- Clemson midfielder Wojtek Krakowiak scored two goals and goalkeeper Josh Campbell totaled six saves and posted his 10th shutout of the season as the second-ranked Tigers handed the 16th-ranked Maryland Terrapins a 2-0 loss. Krakowiak recorded his first goal, 24th of the season, at the 5:02 mark off an assist by junior midfielder Scott Bower. Krakowiak accepted the short pass from Bower and scored from 10 yards out. Krakowiak would chart his second goal of the evening, his 25th of the season, at the 85:01 mark, as he took the ball and had a wide-open run to the goal. Maryland outshot Clemson 15-8 in the loss and had nine corner kicks to Clemsonís three.
Box Score 1 2 F Clemson 1 1 2 Maryland 0 0 0GOALS: 5:02- CLEMSON: Wojtek Krakowiak (Scott Bower)
85:01- CLEMSON: Krakowiak
SHOTS: CU 8, MD 15
FOULS: CU 22, MD 11
CORNERS: CU 3, MD 9
GOALKEEPING: MD- Christian Lewis (90 minutes, 4 saves, 2 goals against)
CU Josh Campbell (90 minutes, 6 saves, 0 goals against)
ACC Tournament Semifinals
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.-- Wojtek Krakowiak scored two goals for Clemson as the Tigers took down the Terrapins for the second time in 1998 by a score of 2-0. The Clemson standout once again found the net once in each half to advance the Tigers to the conference tournament finals. Maryland outshot the Tigers 15-10, but Clemson keeper Josh Campbell came up big with seven saves on the day to keep the Terrapins at bay.
Box Score 1 2 F Maryland 0 0 0 Clemson 1 1 2GOALS: 9:50- CLEMSON: Wojtek Krakowiak (Mark Lisi) 71:27-CLEMSON: Krakowiak
SHOTS: CU 10, MD 15
FOULS: CU 15, MD 16
CORNERS: CU 4, MD 5
GOALKEEPING: MD- Christian Lewis (90 minutes, 3 saves, 2 goals against)
CU Josh Campbell (90 minutes, 7 saves, 0 goals against)
Twellman Receives Honors Again
No. 7 Terps Dominates American
Box Score 1 2 F No. 7 Maryland 2 2 4 American 0 1 1GOALS: 13:51- MARYLAND: Jason Sardis (Taylor Twellman, Nick Downing)
15:01- MARYLAND: A.J. Herrera (Nick Downing-2, Taylor Twellman-2)
50:55- MARYLAND: A.J. Herrera (Taylor Twellman-3, Rob Birch)
60:08- AMERICAN: Nino Marcantonio (Larry McDonald)
66:12- MARYLAND: Jason Sardis-2 (Jason Cropley, Nick Downing-3)
SHOTS: MD 12, AU 10
FOULS: MD 19, AU 21 CORNERS: 1, AU 3
GOALKEEPING: MD- Kevin Schmidt (90 minutes, 5 saves, 1 goal against)
AU- Michael Gorsenger (71 minutes, 3 saves, 4 goal against)
AU- Michael Behonick (19 minutes, 1 save, 0 goals against) CARDS: None.
Wake Downs Terps 2-1 in OT
COLLEGE PARK, Md.óThe No. 6 Wake Forest Demon Deacons (10-0-4, 2-0-2 ACC) defeated the No. 7 Maryland Terrapins (11-4, 3-2 ACC) by a 2-1 margin on a Jamal Seale goal at the 99:45 mark.
In an eagerly anticipated match-up of the top-ranked teams, both went scoreless through the first 75 minutes before Bobby Gehring found the net for Wake Forest on a pass from Matt Thompson. The Terrapins took it up a notch to combat the deficit and equalized the goal-count at 84:27 when Siba Mohammed (Tamale, Ghana) crossed it from the right side past Wake Forest keeper Sean Conner. Rob Birch and Jason Sardis were credited with the assist. Mohammedís goal would be what sent the Terps into overtime for just the second time this season, it was the fifth overtime game for the Demon Deacons.
The overtime period was intensely competitive, but it was Wake Forest that found the goal first when Seale came out on top of the one-on-one and deposited the golden goal at 99:45.
GOALS: 75:28- WAKE FOREST: Bobby Gehring (Matt Thompson)
84:27- MARYLAND: Siba Mohammed (Rob Birch, Jason Sardis)
99:45- WAKE FOREST: Jamal Seale (Unassisted)
SHOTS: WF 12, MD 7
FOULS: WF 25, MD 14
CORNERS: WF 5, MD 5
GOALKEEPING: MD- Kevin Schmidt (100 minutes, 5 saves, 2 goals against)
WF- Sean Conner (100 minutes, 2 saves, 1 goal against)
CARDS: Maryland: Beckett Hollenbach (Yellow-26:41 Unsportsmanlike) Dan Califf (Yellow- 96:10 Language)
Wake Forest Aaron Thomas (Yellow- 55:56 Unsportsmanlike)