It may seem odd to open a story of this nature with an apology, but I’m going to do just that. My apology goes out to Malina Howard who was named the NCAA Elite 89 winner for women’s basketball earlier this season. The honor deserves its own story but I … Read More »
Let me start with this: Never rely on me to make an accurate prediction of a sports event. For example, in the press tent prior to Maryland’s NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament quarterfinal game against Northwestern, I brashly predicted that, unlike the first meeting between the two teams, this game would … Read More »
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Maryland players occupy eight of the 20 spots available on the Big Ten Women’s All-Conference Team. Nine players were unanimous selections and five of those come from the roster of the undefeated conference champs.
No surprises here. Cummings has done nothing as a junior … Read More »
The Maryland women’s lacrosse team took their perfect 13-0 (2-0 B1G) on the road to Columbus to face the Ohio State Buckeyes. There’s a bit of history between the two programs with the Terps holding an 8-1 edge all time.
The game got off to a bit of a sloppy … Read More »
Freshman Megan Whittle and junior Taylor Cummings each recorded six points as the No. 1 Maryland women’s lacrosse team routed Towson, 17-2, Wednesday evening.
“I thought we played really well today, all over the field,” said head coach Cathy Reese. “Our shooting was so much better. We took really good … Read More »
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 … Read More »
– Maryland sophomore midfielder Taylor Cummings has been named the Honda Sports Award winner for women’s lacrosse, announced by Chris Voelz, executive director of THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) Thursday.
Cummings is the 2014 Tewaaraton Award winner and a two-time IWLCA first-team All-American. She is the first female sophomore … Read More »
Absolutely incredible job by Coach Cathy Reese in preparing her team for the physical onslaught from Syracuse. The Terps kept their composure and thoroughly dominated the game. Taylor Cummings controlled most of the draws and thus the Terps played … Read More »
Top-seeded Maryland capped an illustrious conference tenure with a spectacular 13-7 win against No. 2 seed Syracuse to win its sixth-straight Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Lacrosse Championship Sunday at Alumni Stadium.
ACC Championship Most Valuable Player Brooke Griffin finished the day with three goals and two assists and registered a staggering 15 points in three games during the tournament. Taylor Cummings posted a hat trick and Kelly McPartland recorded five points on two goals and three assists as Maryland moved to 19-1 in 2014.
Maryland utilized a decisive 10-3 advantage in the draw – led by five from Cummings – to amass a 7-5 lead through 30 minutes of play. After totaling a tourney-record seven goals in the semifinals against Virginia Friday, Griffin picked up right where she left off against the Cavaliers, putting the Terps on the board with the first two scores of the game at 27:24 and 23:13.Absolutely incredible job by Coach Cathy Reese in preparing her team for the physical onslaught from Syracuse. The Terps kept their composure and thoroughly dominated the game. Taylor Cummings controlled most of the draws and thus the Terps played at their pace.Brooke Griffin was named Tournament MVP. Audio from Taylor Cummings [audio m4a="http://www.terptalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Taylor-Cummings.m4a"][/audio] [audio mp3="http://www.terptalk.com/wp-content/uploa... Read More »-->
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – For the second straight game, sophomore Halle Majorana posted four goals as top-seeded Maryland defeated Virginia Tech 14-9 in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Lacrosse Championship Thursday at Alumni Stadium.
The Terps (17-1) picked up scoring from seven different players. In addition to … Read More »
Maryland freshman right-hander Mike Shawaryn struck out a career-high nine and Tim Lewis came through with a clutch RBI single in the eighth to lead the Terps past No. 25 Georgia Tech, 4-1, Saturday afternoon at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium to clinch the series.
Maryland (16-1, 6-1 ACC) wrapped up a share of the regular … Read More »