Terrapins Hold on To a Tough 8-4 Victory over Towson at Johnny U Stadium—Amato Brilliant in the Nets

Playing their 3rd game in 7 days created some obvious fatique for the Terps today. Jumping out to a 6-2 lead at half it seemed the game was in hand. That was before Towson scored taice in the Third to draw to 6-4. At this point the defense took over for the Terrapins. Several shots were turned away by the freshman keeper.

Seven different Terps scored to lead the No. 8 University of Maryland men’s lacrosse team to a hard-fought, 8-4, victory at Towson Saturday afternoon at Unitas Stadium.

Maryland (4-1) claimed the advantage right off of the opening face-off. An illegal body check penalty on Peter Mezzanotte gave the Terps an extra-man opportunity and, while Maryland failed to convert on the EMO, the Terps made the Tigers pay, scoing a goal just seven seconds after the penalty expired. Senior Travis Reed fed senior Grant Catalino on the right wing and Catalino beat Tiger goalie Travis Love near side to give the Terps a 1-0 lead at the 13:40 mark.

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