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Maryland defenseman Goran Murray dons No. 44, sort of like another eastern Pennsylvania product who arrived in College Park as a long pole and wound up entrenched as a close defenseman for the bulk of his career.
Maryland pushed its way to the NCAA lacrosse title game last spring with a group of defensive players who were mainstays in College Park seemingly forever.
Maryland rolled into halftime of its NCAA semifinal with a three-goal edge over Duke. Still, the Terrapins' senior-laden close defense wasn't in a forgiving mood when asked to rate its performance.
"He's been thrust into a big position for the team," Schmidt said.
"I know it is hard for people making that transition from high school to college, so I really tried to help him out and give him some advice and give him some heads-ups on things I struggled with my first six months in college," Schmidt said.