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The only Division I men's lacrosse programs inside the Beltway will meet for the 10th straight season Friday — and perhaps for the last time in a long while.
Maryland's lacrosse schedule is changing as the Terrapins keep an eye on RPI and strength of schedule implications. And that could mean the end of some long-running local rivalries.
The wait will continue for the Maryland lacrosse program.
Maryland's lacrosse program left behind a memento from its most recent trip to M&T Bank Stadium. After defeating Johns Hopkins in April 2010, the Terrapins sneaked a bright, red Maryland sign above the ceiling tiles of their locker room and promised to reclaim it when they came back for the final four.
The scar runs along the outside of Joe Cummings' right hand, a souvenir from both the most trying and most gratifying stretch of his college career.
Maryland's lacrosse players have grown accustomed this spring to hearing five words from John Tillman: "Guys, I've got a play."
Of all the facets of Maryland's lacrosse tradition, first-year coach John Tillman prioritized reconnecting with the program's penchant for producing tough, rugged, self-made players above nearly anything else.
Maryland booked a trip to the NCAA lacrosse quarterfinals in part because of its usual staples of strong defense, deft faceoff play and steady goalie.
The NCAA lacrosse tournament commences this weekend. With it comes the renewal of one of the sport's great mysteries: Why hasn't Maryland won a national title in more than three decades?