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Legions of Maryland's loyal college lacrosse subjects made the quick trip here to the sport's capital Monday hoping to witness a coronation 36 years in the making. It had been that long since the Terrapins' last national championship, and there were reasons to think this was their day to reclaim the crown.
Virginia's personnel changed dramatically as its uneven lacrosse season unfolded.
The warnings sounded throughout the spring. Even with Syracuse and Johns Hopkins entrenched near the top of the rankings and regular contender Cornell plowing through the Ivy League, the college lacrosse season seemed as unpredictable as ever.
When Air Force associate athletic director Dermot Coll and the rest of the NCAA lacrosse tournament selection committee sequester themselves in a Baltimore hotel room this weekend, the participants will sift through RPI, strength of schedule and quality wins in an effort to concoct a 16-team field by Sunday night.
Maryland zapped the gradually developing concern about the course of its men's lacrosse season Saturday.