Brian was a an ALL American LSM during his career at Maryland. This is a tremendous, perhaps one of the top high school Lacrosse Coaching jobs in the country. Especially since he will replace the retiring legend Bob Shriver in 2016. Brian is a tremendous ambassador for Maryland and will carry on the Boys Latin legacy.
Boys’ Latin headmaster Christopher Post, said the following in a statement: “Brian Farrell has the experience both of lacrosse and as a person to be tremendously successful in leading our program. Brian is an incredibly humble and hard-working person, who values athletics as a classroom for the life lessons that it teaches. In Brian, we have found someone who has not just performed at the highest levels, who is a teacher of the game and who has the potential to grow with our school, our students and the program.”
Here my thoughts on the significance of the Penn State victory and the Controversial hand shaking incident
What lies ahead for Terrapin football after epic win
Recorded interviews with Melo Trimble, Richaud Pack, and Dion Wiley after Saturday’s scrimmage
Field Hockey Clinches Outright Regular season title in Big 10
Soccer needs win at Rutgers tonight to win Regular season title
Matt Rambo indefinitely suspended from Lacrosse squad
Interview with Terrapin legend Michele Uhlfelder regarding her recent induction to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Goran Murray and Brian Cooper
Tremendous effort after last week’s disappointment at Hopkins.
Once Again Charlie Raff dominated the X position (20 of 24 )but this week Maryland finished their 6 on 6 offense.
Chanenchuck—3 goals, Canizzarro 3 goals, Rambo 2 goals.
On to the ACC Tournament as the #1 Seed. Who do we face–Notre Dame again. Only in the ACC!!!!
Notre Dame Coach Kevin Corrigan was quoted post game:
“We came back and it was 8-8 with six or seven minutes to go in the game and we didn’t have the ball again,” Notre Dame head coach Kevin Corrigan said. “Literally, I don’t think we had a single six-on-six possession after that point. You can’t play the whole game at one end of the field. They kicked our butts in faceoffs all day long. That and us failing to clear a couple times hurt because you can’t win if you don’t have the ball.”
Maryland and Notre Dame will meet again in just six days in the semifinals of the ACC tournament. The Terrapins will be the No. 1 seed and will be the home team against the No. 4 seed Fighting Irish. That game will faceoff at 7:30 p.m. at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. No. 2 seed Duke and No. 3 seed Syracuse will square off in the first semifinal at 5 p.m.
• With today’s 12-8 win/loss Maryland is now 5-1 all-time vs. Notre Dame.
• With four points on three goals and an assists, senior Mike Chanenchuk now has 15 hat tricks, 39 multi-point and 28 multi-goal games for his career.
• Chanenchuk extended his consecutive point-scoring streak to 35 games with the four-point effort.
• With two points on two goals, sophomore Henry West now has six multi-point and three multi-goal games for his career.
• With two points on two goals, junior Joe LoCascio now has eight multi-point and four multi-goal games for his career.
• With two points on two goals, freshman Matt Rambo now has eight multi-point and seven multi-goal games for his career.
• With four points on three goals and an assist, freshman Connor Cannizzaro now has three hat tricks, eight multi-point and seven multi-goal games for his career.
The No. 7 Maryland (9-2) men’s lacrosse team looks to win the ACC regular season title on Saturday, April 19 when it plays at No. 8 Notre Dame (6-4) at Arlotta Stadium. Faceoff between the Terps and the Fighting Irish is scheduled for noon.
• Maryland will look to rebound from its second loss of the season, an 11-6 defeat at Johns Hopkins last Saturday. Senior Rustin Bryant and juniors Joe LoCascio and Henry West each had two goals vs. the Blue Jays, while senior Mike Chanenchuk had three assists. Chanenchuk continues to lead the team this season with 40 points on 25 goals and 15 assists. He is followed by freshman Matt Rambo, who has 26 points on 21 goals and five assists. Junior faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa has won 112-of-175 (.640) faceoffs this season with a team-best 74 groundballs. Senior Michael Ehrhardt has made a seamless transition to the long-stick midfield spot and has 39 groundballs, which leads all non-faceoff men, and a team-best 22 caused turnovers to go along with two goals and an assist. Senior Niko Amato has started every game of his college career (61 straight) and boasts a 7.32 goals-against average (5th in the NCAA) with a .575 save percentage (7th in the NCAA) this season.
• Notre Dame is 6-4 on the season following its 15-5 home win over Robert Morris last Saturday. Sophomore attackman Matt Kavanaugh leads the Irish offense with 40 points on 21 goals and 19 assists. Freshman Shane Doss has started the last seven games in net for ND and has an 8.53 goals-against average and is saving 47.9 percent of the shots opponents have put on goal. Senior faceoff specialist Liam O’Connor ranks third in the NCAA in faceoff win percentage with .644 on 139-of-216. He is also ninth in the nation in groundballs per game with 8.60 (86 total).
I hope that Maryland fans listened to me and got their tickets early.
Field to face No. 8 Johns Hopkins (6-3) on Saturday, April 12. Faceoff is scheduled for 2 p.m.
Once again it only matters to be #1 after Memorial Day. The Coaches poll has Maryland #3.
This is an example of what the bracket might look like if the season ended today.