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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | April 11, 2010
- Grant Catalino and Travis Reed played like their jersey numbers. Catalino, a junior attackman who wears No. 1 for the Maryland men's lacrosse team, scored three goals in the second quarter, and Reed, a junior attackman who sports No. 2, followed suit with three of his game-high four goals in the third quarter to power the No. 5 Terps to an 11-9 victory over No. 20 Navy before an announced 5,618 at Byrd Stadium on Saturday. Maryland (7-2) broke a two-game losing streak and beat the Midshipmen for only the second time in the teams' past seven meetings.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2014
The two teams have met just once, with Maryland cruising to a 13-6 thrashing March 15, 2009. The Terps are 21-11 in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA tournament, but this is Bryant's first trip to the round of eight. The Bulldogs (16-4) have won five consecutive games, a run capped by Sunday's 10-9 upset of second-seeded Syracuse in the first round of the tournament. It was the Northeast Conference tournament champion's first win against an Atlantic Coast Conference opponent. Freshman attackman Tucker James, who ranks second on the team in both assists (20)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 17, 2008
Freshman attackman Ryan Young had four assists for the second time this season to lead No. 5 Maryland past visiting Air Force, 16-4, yesterday at Ludwig Field. The Falcons (1-4) took a 1-0 lead on Griffin Nevitt's unassisted goal at the 11:09 mark of the first quarter. Maryland (5-2) responded with goals by Grant Catalino (two goals), Brian Farrell (Boys' Latin) and Dan Groot. Air Force scored twice in the closing minute of the first quarter before Maryland's Will Dalton (two goals) scored with 15 seconds left to give the Terps a 4-3 advantage and start a 13-0 scoring run. Maryland junior Jason Carter made a career-best nine saves.
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By Edward Lee | March 7, 2012
For the third consecutive outing, Maryland junior faceoff specialist Curtis Holmes' struggles were apparent. After losing 11-of-13 draws to Georgetown redshirt sophomore Tyler Knarr and 10-of-18 to Duke senior C.J. Costabile, Holmes dropped 13-of-17 faceoffs to sophomore Phil Poe in the No. 5 Terps' stunning 8-7 loss to UMBC Tuesday night at UMBC Stadium in Catonsville. Holmes' success on draws has dropped from 64.2 percent (43-of-67) to 55.9 percent (47-of-84), but even though freshman Bobby Gribbin took the first two faceoffs of his career against the Retrievers, coach John Tillman refused to waver in his support of Holmes, who ranked seventh in the country with a 62.6 success rate.
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By Sports Digest | March 9, 2010
Maryland junior attackman Grant Catalino , who scored a career-best five goals, including the game-winner, in Maryland's 11-10 overtime victory against Duke in the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium, was named the ACC Co-Player of the Week. More men's honors: Loyola senior attacker Collin Finnerty was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week after scoring a career-high five goals in a 14-8 victory at Bellarmine on Wednesday and adding three against Notre Dame in the Face-Off Classic against Notre Dame.
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April 28, 2011
MEN Grant Catalino, Maryland Senior, Webster, N.Y., attackman Catalino sparked the No. 6 Terps (10-3) to two wins and the school's first Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship since 2005. He scored the game-winning goal to help Maryland, the tournament's No. 3 seed, edge then-No. 7 North Carolina, 7-6, in the semifinal round Friday. And then he scored three goals in the team's 11-9 victory over then-No. 6 Duke, the top seed, in the title game.
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | March 14, 2010
- The Towson men's lacrosse team executed a near-perfect defensive plan, handcuffing No. 6 Maryland's potent attack and midfield. The only problem was that the Tigers couldn't account for the Terps' second midfield line. That unit of sophomores Michael Shakespeare and Drew Snider and freshman John Haus each scored twice and powered Maryland to a 12-8 victory at Byrd Stadium on Saturday. Sophomore attackman Joe Cummings led the Terps - who improved to 4-0 for the first time since 2004 - in scoring with two goals and one assist.
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By Edward Lee and edward.lee@baltsun.com | April 3, 2010
The Maryland men's lacrosse team owned or at least equaled Virginia's efforts in the final three quarters of Saturday night's contest. Now if there was something the Terps could have done about the first quarter. The No. 1 Cavaliers scored the game's first six goals and won the first seven faceoffs, and that was enough for the visitors to leave Byrd Stadium with an 11-10 victory before 7,639. The Terps, who have lost two straight games after opening the season with six consecutive wins and are 1-2 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, trailed by as many six goals in the third quarter.
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By Edward Lee | April 11, 2009
Saturday, M&T Bank Stadium Army (5-6, 1-3 Patriot) vs. No. 12 Navy (8-3, 3-2) Time: 11:30 a.m. TV/Radio: ESPNU/1430 AM Outlook: The Black Knights are below .500 at this stage of the season for the first time since 1995, but four of their losses have been by one goal and three came in overtime. Attackmen Jason Peyer (26 goals and 12 assists) and Jeremy Boltus (20, 16) power an offense that has outscored its opponents 58-35 in the first half this season. Sophomore Tom Palesky ranks sixth in the nation with a .623 save percentage, but coach Joe Alberici is concerned that the first-year starter has seen too many high-quality shots.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to the Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2010
— If third-ranked Maryland was out to prove its lack of a post-ACC tournament hangover Saturday, mission accomplished. Looking as sharp as they have all season, the host Terrapins bounced back from last weekend's loss to Virginia with a dominant performance against Fairfield, scoring the game's first eight goals and holding the Stags without so much as a shot for the first 11:21 in a 17-4 victory. "We really wanted to boost our confidence again," sophomore Joe Cummings said.
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By Edward Lee | March 7, 2012
No one can accuse ESPN analyst Mark Dixon of being limited strictly to the men's game as he will call Wednesday night's women's contest between Towson and No. 20 Johns Hopkins, which will air Wednesday at 5 p.m. on ESPNU. The former Johns Hopkins midfielder, who can be followed on Twitter via his account @dixonlacrosse, will contribute to the network's coverage of No. 11 Syracuse at No. 2 Johns Hopkins March 17, but he shared his thoughts on the college lacrosse season thus far. What's the significance of No. 1 Virginia's 14-10 victory over [No. 11]
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2011
When the Maryland and Virginia men's lacrosse teams pack up their equipment and leave M&T Bank Stadium on Monday evening, only one will have left its baggage behind. The NCAA tournament final between the unseeded Terps and the seventh-seeded Cavaliers pits a pair of Atlantic Coast Conference rivals eager to conclude their arduous seasons on a winning note. "It's not every year that a senior class gets the opportunity to play on Memorial Day weekend for the championship," Maryland senior attackman Grant Catalino said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2011
There will be a new men's lacrosse champion this year, and Maryland is eager to fill that role. The unseeded Terps took another step toward that possibility by defeating fifth-seeded and Atlantic Coast Conference rival Duke, 9-4, in their NCAA tournament semifinal at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday night. An announced 45,039 -- the sixth-best attendance for the semifinals -- witnessed Maryland (13-4) hit, poke and check the Blue Devils while applying a stranglehold on an offense that had entered the contest as the fifth-most prolific unit in the country.
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By Sports Digest | May 26, 2011
Men's college lacrosse Stevenson's Dailey named nation's top D-III player Stevenson senior Jimmy Dailey (Winters Mill) was chosen as the Division III Outstanding Player of the Year on Wednesday by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. Mustangs senior Evan Douglass was named Outstanding Defensive Player, and Salisbury senior Johnny Rodriguez (Mount St. Joseph) was named Goalkeeper of the Year. Dailey leads Division III with 118 points and 58 assists, both school records.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2011
It was in the midst of one of the most trying days in his life that a long, thin line of his Maryland lacrosse teammates appeared in front of Ryan Young. It was April 25, and Young, the senior attackman, was at St. Mary's Church in his Manhasset, N.Y., hometown to attend memorial services for his mother, Maria, 54, who had died a week earlier of pancreatic cancer. Young remembers looking up and seeing all those dozens of Terps — somber and in suits and ties — filing quietly into the church and thinking how fortunate he was to have teammates who had become like brothers.
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By Mike Preston | May 23, 2011
Unless they are dominating, faceoff specialists get no publicity. In the case of Maryland's Curtis Holmes , he has been so spectacular that he is getting everyone's attention. On a team where there is no legitimate superstar and whose play is defined by a physical, grind-it-out style, it seems only fitting that Maryland's Most Valuable Player in the postseason is a 5-foot-9, 170-pound faceoff specialist. The Terps have a good shooter in Grant Catalino, a strong feeder in Ryan Young and a physical defense paced by seniors Max Schmidt, Ryder Bohlander and Brett Schmidt, but most of the conversation after unseeded Maryland's stunning 6-5 win over No. 1 Syracuse Sunday centered around Holmes.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | March 15, 2009
COLLEGE PARK -The stars came out for the UMBC men's lacrosse team. Picking out just one, however, was difficult. Senior Alex Hopmann recorded two goals and an assist, freshman Justin Radebaugh won 10 of 20 faceoffs against - among others - the nation's third-ranked faceoff specialist, and the defense held No. 4 Maryland to its worst showing of the season in the No. 9 Retrievers' 9-7 upset win yesterday before an announced 1,680 at Ludwig Field. The victory helped UMBC (4-2) erase the memory of back-to-back losses to Johns Hopkins and Princeton on March 3 and March 6 and gave the school its third consecutive win over the Terps.
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Mike Preston | May 16, 2011
Two years ago in an NCAA Division I lacrosse quarterfinal, Maryland was an underdog against Syracuse and lost. This time, the unseeded Terps (11-4) hope for a different result when they play No. 1 Syracuse (15-1) Sunday at Gillette Stadium. In 2009, Maryland could slow Syracuse's offense, but the Terps couldn't score because attackmen Ryan Young and Grant Catalino were both sophomores. The Terps made simple, costly mistakes, and Maryland couldn't hold the ball long enough to rest its defense in an 11-6 loss.
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