Terps Take on #22 Duke Thursday
Oct. 30, 2012
November 1, 2012
|2012 Maryland Terrapins: 14-4, 3-2 ACC (Penn Monto/NFHCA Division I National Coaches poll #7)|
|Roster||Schedule||Statistics||Digital Media Guide|
|2012 Duke Blue Devils: 7-10, 0-5 (Penn Monto/NFHCA Division I National Coaches poll #22)|
Seven-time National Champions
Nine ACC Titles
Nine NFHCA Coach of the Year honors
Six ACC Coach of the Year awards
14 NCAA Final Four Appearances
Seven Honda Awards won by five players
85 All-ACC selections
14 ACC Players of the Year
Seven ACC Rookies of the Year
Frazer, a midfielder from Derry, Northern Ireland, is the 2011 Honda Sports Award winner, an All-American and was one of two team captains last season.
Pope, a native of Harrisburg, Pa., was a key member of the Terps' championship run last season and has been an active team leader for years.
Home Sweet Home
Since its opening in 2003, the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex has provided the Maryland hockey program a huge home field advantage.
The Terps are 115-13 (.898) all-time at the Complex.
Maryland won 38 straight games at the Complex from Oct.11, 2008 through Oct. 14, 2011. The streak ended with a 5-2 loss to then-No. 1 Old Dominion.
The Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex has played home to 20 of Maryland's NCAA Tournament games, including two Final Fours (2007, 2010). The Terrapins are 19-1 in those games and won the 2010 national title on their home field.
Pack the House
The Maryland field hockey team has increasingly attracted more and more fans to the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex season after season.
An NCAA record crowd of 2,381 came out to watch as Maryland beat North Carolina 3-2 in double overtime for the 2010 national championship at the Complex.
The Terrapins have led the ACC in attendance for five straight years. In 2011, Maryland averaged over 450 fans per game in College Park and over 5,400 fans saw the Terps in action.
|2012 Terps When...|
|vs. Top 5 opponents||0-3|
|vs. Top 10 opponents||1-3|
|vs. Top 20 opponents||6-3|
|vs. unranked opponents||6-0|
|vs. 2011 NCAA Tournament teams||5-3|
|Leading at half||10-2|
|Trailing at half||1-1|
|Tied at half||3-1|
|Maryland has more shots||14-1|
|Opponent has more shots||1-1|
|Shots are tied||0-1|
|Maryland has more saves||0-2|
|Opponent has more saves||11-2|
|Saves are tied||2-1|
|Maryland has more corners||11-2|
|Opponent has more corners||0-1|
|Corners are tied||4-0|
|Maryland scores first||13-0|
|Opponent scores first||1-4|
|Games decided by one goal||2-4|
|Games decided by 2-4 goals||6-0|
|Games decided by more than 4 goals||6-0|
Meharg Named ESPNU/ESPN The Magazine Top 20 Recruiter
Terrapin head coach Missy Meharg was named one of college athletics' top 20 recruiters by ESPNU/ESPN The Magazine in January.
"ESPNU AND THE MAGAZINE asked an all-star panel a seemingly simple question: Who are the top 20 recruiters in college sports? We spoke with three dozen experts, from Mag college football Insider Bruce Feldman to volleyball legend Karch Kiraly to women's World Cupper Cat Whitehill. Turns out, baseball coaches aren't the only ones pulling roster magic from a hat half-filled with scholarships."
|ESPNU/ESPN The Magazine Top 20 Recruiters||Coach||School||Sport|
|1. Pat Henry||Texas A&M||Track/Cross Country|
|2. Anson Dorrance||North Carolina||Women's Soccer|
|3. Ed Orgeron||Southern California||Football (Asst.)|
|4. Chris Dailey||Connecticut||Women's Basketball (Asst).|
|5. Missy Meharg||MARYLAND||FIELD HOCKEY|
|6. Mike Krzyzewski||Duke||Men's Basketball|
|7. Russ Rose||Penn State||Women's Volleyball|
|8. Barton Burns||Alabama||Football (Asst.)|
|9. Jay Clark||Georgia||Women's Gymnastics|
|10. Chad Holbrook||South Carolina||Baseball (Asst.)|
|11. Dan Jordan||Alaska||Rifle|
|12. John Calipari||Kentucky||Men's Basketball|
|13. Mike McGraw||Oklahoma State||Men's Golf|
|14. Jovan Vavic||Southern California||M/W Water Polo|
|15. Thad Matta||Ohio State||Men's Basketball|
|16. Kelly Inouye-Perez||UCLA||Softball|
|17. Mike LoPresti||Fairleigh-Dickinson||Women's Bowling|
|18. Tosh Lupoi||California||Football (Asst.)|
|19. Kelly Amonte Hiller||Northwestern||Women's Lacrosse|
|20. J Robinson||Minnesota||Wrestling|
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