Please stop comparing the fake goal given to UVA to anything else that happened in this game or any lacrosse in the “last 40 years” as said by Quint K.
Only the stage of the non interference call in the this year’s NFL Championship game, or maybe the UVA double dribble in this years NCAA Championship bball game, or maybe even the Don Chandler FG back in 1965 that was clearly no good—–makes it seem like this was not as important. But tell that to Terrapin nation whose heart were ripped open.
There is no way to assume that UVA would have scored anyway. That is nothing but UVA garbage being heaped on us.
Stall ball, face off troubles, blowing a big lead are all garbage points. The Terps would have won this game 12-11. Period.
My heart is pained for the Terp Seniors who who had a late reset to turn the season back on the right track after the 2 losses to Hopkins.
Curtis Corley—told me after the 2nd loss to JHU, that he only hoped the Terps would get into the dance because the team was ready to make a run. We will never know know due to an idiotic call by an umpire. The one word to describe Curtis is “Warrior” He is a classic Terp and joins my list of all time great guy Terps.
Louis Dubick waited patiently for his chance and wow did he take advantage of it. Louis was spectacular this season scoring one crucial goal after another in his attack position.
Austin Heningsen completed his career at Maryland being one of its all time leaders in face off wins and helping Maryland to its natty.
Will Snider will always be remembered by me for his winning goal last year at Homewood defeating arch rival Hopkins.
Danny Dolan was goalie for only one year at maryland but there is no doubt he saved game after game for the Terps and certainly had the save of the year against Penn.
Wes Janeck played a great role when our leading face off guys were slumping and was the key reason the Terps overcame Towson last week.
Nick Brozowski continued the Terrapin tradition of having superb LSMs and helped Curtis lead the defense this year.
Christian Zawadski, Thomas O’Connell, and Zach Pinney round out the tremendous Senior class for Maryland.
The day is over and I promise I will not dwell on how the Terps had a final four appearance stolen from them—but give me a few days to lament.
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