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Topic - Karri Ellen Johnson
Taylor Thornton scored twice, including the game-winning goal with 16:19 remaining, and second-seeded Northwestern advanced to the NCAA women's lacrosse championship game with a 9-7 victory over No. 3 Maryland on Friday night.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Maryland women's lacrosse team left College Park bound for Stony Brook, N.Y., and LaValle Stadium - a trek that has become quite familiar for the Terrapins.
The Maryland women's lacrosse team made it through the regular season with one loss, just like a year ago.
"I think when something is taken away from you obviously it means that much more," she said. "You play with a little more heart and you hustle just a little bit more."
"That's kind of the Cinderella story, always," Johnson said.