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Topic - Jake Bernhardt
Maryland midfielder Drew Snider scored four times in Saturday's NCAA tournament semifinals, and on each occasion he found himself swarmed with teammates. Just a few yards away, an even larger celebration unfolded every time on the Terrapins' sideline.
Maryland's lacrosse team is unseeded in this year's NCAA tournament. Its first game is Sunday, on the road against a program with a modest resume in recent postseasons. A date with a highly seeded traditional power likely looms in the quarterfinals if the Terrapins win.
"I've gotten close to the middle," he said. "I've not gotten too close to the core because some guys end up on the ground. A couple guys ended up on the ground [Saturday], and they couldn't get back up. I usually try to wait until it forms and then I jump on top or something like that."