The Blue Devils hold off a late rally by the Fighting Irish with a key faceoff win to capture the NCAA men’s lacrosse championship.
The Maryland women’s lacrosse team earns its 12th national title with a 15-12 win against Syracuse.
Heading into Monday’s NCAA men’s lacrosse championship game against Duke, sophomore Matt Kavanagh has played like a star for Notre Dame.
Poor shooting, costly turnovers and an injury to Charlie Raffa combine to doom Maryland in 11-6 loss to Notre Dame in national lacrosse semifinal.
The Maryland and Syracuse women’s teams will bring top talent and several connections to the NCAA final.
The Terrapins advance to the championship for the fourth time in five years and will face Syracuse.
Maryland’s senior longstick midfielder, two outstanding Duke players, are big and effective.
The Terps men and women both play in the Final Four on their way out of the ACC, the sport’s top league.
The Maryland men’s lacrosse team uses a dominant first quarter en route to a 16-8 win over Bryant in an NCAA quarterfinal game.
Charlie Raffa could have a key role in Maryland’s matchup vs. Bryant for a spot in the Final Four.