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By Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2010
Megan Gibbons and Sade Ayinde each had three points to lead the No. 1 seed University of Maryland women's soccer team to a 4-1 victory over High Point in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday night at Ludwig Field. The Terps (18-2-2) advance to the second round of the NCAA tournament and will face Georgetown, a 5-1 winner over Siena Friday night, on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Ludwig Field. "First thing, I want to take my hat off to High Point, as they made it difficult for us, especially by getting an early goal," said Maryland head coach Brian Pensky.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2014
COLLEGE PARK  -   Neither a festive crowd of an announced 6,000-plus at Ludwig Field nor the first Big Ten Conference home game against a nationally ranked opponent could awaken the slow-starting Maryland men's soccer team from its season-long scoring slumber Friday night. After falling behind 16th-ranked Michigan State in the first nine minutes, the suddenly unranked Terps had a few legitimate chances to find the net. A header hit the post in the first half, and a last-ditch header was cleared off the goal line by a Spartans defender with under a minute to go. Though Maryland outplayed the Spartans (4-1-1)
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By TODD KARPOVICH and TODD KARPOVICH,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 23, 2005
College Park -- The road to this year's College Cup could go through Ludwig Field, where the Maryland Terrapins have not lost a game all season. Despite the home-field advantage, Maryland(16-4-1) knows that opposing teams are coming with a little extra fire to try and knock off the tournament's No. 1 seed. Last night, unseeded Brown gave the Terps all they could handle for 90 minutes before bowing, 1-0, in a feisty second-round match. The Terps will next play host to St. John's on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Ludwig Field, marking the third consecutive season the teams will meet in the tournament.
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By Paul Pierre-Louis and The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - There were cheerleaders on either side of the Maryland women's soccer team as it jogged onto Ludwig Field before its game Friday night. Capping the scene was a Big Ten banner that was displayed as the players made their entrance. The Terrapins' hosted No. 25 Rutgers in the university's first Big Ten conference home game. With the men's soccer team playing its first conference game at Michigan earlier that evening, the women's team received the spotlight on the historic night.
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By Paul Pierre-Louis and The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - There were cheerleaders on either side of the Maryland women's soccer team as it jogged onto Ludwig Field before its game Friday night. Capping the scene was a Big Ten banner that was displayed as the players made their entrance. The Terrapins' hosted No. 25 Rutgers in the university's first Big Ten conference home game. With the men's soccer team playing its first conference game at Michigan earlier that evening, the women's team received the spotlight on the historic night.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2010
Maryland coach Cathy Reese has a favorite saying that perfectly describes Friday's Atlantic Coast Conference women's lacrosse semifinal at Ludwig Field. "The great thing about lacrosse is there's always a second half," Reese said with a laugh. After getting off to a slow start against No. 4 Virginia, the No. 3 Terrapins scored the first five goals of the second half to spark a 10-6 victory and a chance to defend their title against No. 1 North Carolina on Sunday. "We learned from what we just did," Reese said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2013
The Maryland men's soccer team may still be smarting from Saturday night's 4-3 loss to Atlantic Coast Conference rival Wake Forest, but it won't have time to dwell on the setback. That's because the Terps (6-3-5) are slated to tangle with Drexel (7-5-2) at Ludwig Field Tuesday night. It's an awfully quick turnaround for Maryland, but coach Sasho Cirovski said he doesn't mind. “I'm just happy that we have a game to play shortly after the loss because you want to get back on the field and try to solve some of your problems,” he said Monday.
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From Sun staff reports | September 7, 2013
Sophomore Tsubasa Endoh scored one goal and added two assists as the No. 13 Maryland men's soccer team defeated Duke, 3-1, in front of a Ludwig Field record crowd of 8,397 Friday night in College Park. The Terps (1-1-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) fell behind early for the third time this season, but fought back with three second-half scores from Endoh, Helge Leikvang and Patrick Mullins to overcome the Blue Devils (1-1-1, 0-1 ACC). The Terps controlled the early going.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
A Maryland men's soccer team seeded fifth in the NCAA tournament could welcome back an important member of its offense for Sunday's second-round game against Providence at Ludwig Field in College Park at 5 p.m. Sasho Cirovski said Friday afternoon that he is "hopeful" that Schillo Tshuma will return after suffering a muscle injury in last Friday's 1-0 overtime win against Clemson in an Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinal. The sophomore forward sat out the Terps' 1-0 decision against Virginia in the title game, but still ranks second on the team in both goals (six)
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | November 13, 2009
This afternoon, Loyola women's soccer coach Katherine Reme Vettori will lace up her lucky sneakers - the worn blue Nikes with the yellow swoosh - and lead the streaking Greyhounds into NCAA tournament play. Loyola, which hasn't lost in 14 games, takes on West Virginia (9-6-6) in first-round College Cup action at 3 p.m. in Winston-Salem, N.C. The Greyhounds (15-4-2) have gone undefeated for two months, since Vettori changed her game shoes. "I won't switch now," said the second-year coach, whose team used three successive comeback victories to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament.
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Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - The players on Maryland's men's and women's soccer teams can't look at their respective opponents Friday any different than they have others they have faced this season. But the Terps understand the significance that these games hold. When the 12th-ranked men's team faces Michigan in Ann Arbor and the women's team plays host to Rutgers at Ludwig Field, it will mark Maryland's first in-conference competition of any kind as a member of the Big Ten. The school officially joined the league in July after 61 years in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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Sports Digest | September 1, 2014
Maryland soccer Before a home-opener crowd of nearly 5,000 at Ludwig Field, No. 2 Maryland beat No. 17 Coastal Carolina on Monday, 3-2. After being shut out for the first time in nearly three years against No. 14 Louisville on Friday, the Terps scored just eight minutes into the match, courtesy of co-captain and senior midfielder Dan Metzger . Metzger connected with a corner kick by junior midfielder Mael Corboz to give Maryland the early...
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Sports Digest | August 30, 2014
Et cetera No. 2 Maryland men lose, 1-0, to No. 14 Louisville in soccer The No. 2 Maryland men's soccer team dropped its season opener Friday night, falling to No. 14 Louisville, 1-0, at the grand opening of the Cardinals' new home venue, Lynn Stadium. After a back-and-forth first half, Louisville (1-0) scored the lone goal of the match on a header by Andrew Brody in the 54th minute, who took a nice serve from Ricardo Velazco from the near sideline and found the upper right corner.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
All Patrick Mullins does is score goals, and when he does, all the Maryland men's soccer team does is win. The senior forward converted a centering pass from sophomore midfielder Tsubasa Endoh in the first half, and freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen and the rest of the defense made the lead stand up for the fifth-seeded Terps in a 1-0 win against No. 12 seed UC Irvine before an announced 1,337 in an NCAA tournament third-round game at Ludwig Field...
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
Minutes after watching his No. 12 seed UC Irvine team fall, 1-0, to No. 5 seed Maryland in the third round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament Sunday night at Ludwig Field, coach George Kuntz had one wish, and it had to do with freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen. “I wish he was a senior, because we may have to see him sometime again,” Kuntz said admiringly. “He's good. Even the DVDs we have on that guy don't give him credit. Those saves, you saw with your own eyes. Not only those things, but just the simple things.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2013
When the No. 5-seed Maryland men's soccer team welcomes No. 12-seed UC Irvine to Ludwig Field in College Park for Sunday's third-round NCAA tournament game at 5 p.m., both sides will carry considerable unbeaten streaks into the matchup. The Terps (14-3-5) have won their past eight games and haven't lost since Oct. 19, when they fell to Wake Forest, 4-3. The Anteaters (15-4-3) are 8-0-1 in their past nine games and haven't lost since Oct. 13, when UC Santa Barbara edged them, 2-1. Only Connecticut (12-2-7)
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By Sports Digest | October 1, 2010
Et cetera Top basketball recruit Rivers commits to play for Duke Winter Park (Fla.) basketball star Austin Rivers has canceled his other recruiting visits and orally committed to defending national champion Duke. "It was a decision I came to [Wednesday night]," said Rivers, the son of Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers and one of the top players in the country. "I went with my heart. " Rivers, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard rated by Rivals.com and ESPN as the No. 1 senior prospect in the country, informed Kansas and North Carolina — the two other schools on his final three list — on Thursday morning that he is heading to Duke.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2013
When the No. 5-seed Maryland men's soccer team welcomes No. 12-seed UC Irvine to Ludwig Field in College Park for Sunday's third-round NCAA tournament game at 5 p.m., both sides will carry considerable unbeaten streaks into the matchup. The Terps (14-3-5) have won their past eight games and haven't lost since Oct. 19, when they fell to Wake Forest, 4-3. The Anteaters (15-4-3) are 8-0-1 in their past nine games and haven't lost since Oct. 13, when UC Santa Barbara edged them, 2-1. Only Connecticut (12-2-7)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
A Maryland men's soccer team seeded fifth in the NCAA tournament could welcome back an important member of its offense for Sunday's second-round game against Providence at Ludwig Field in College Park at 5 p.m. Sasho Cirovski said Friday afternoon that he is "hopeful" that Schillo Tshuma will return after suffering a muscle injury in last Friday's 1-0 overtime win against Clemson in an Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinal. The sophomore forward sat out the Terps' 1-0 decision against Virginia in the title game, but still ranks second on the team in both goals (six)
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Sports Digest | November 2, 2013
College soccer No. 8 Terps men win, 2-1, against N.C. State on Senior Night Senior Patrick Mullins scored the game winner in the 47th minute as No. 8 Maryland defeated North Carolina State, 2-1, Friday on Senior Night at Ludwig Field. The Terps (9-3-5, 6-1-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) allowed five shots from the Wolfpack (7-5-4, 2-5-3). Senior Sunny Jane scored the Terps ' first goal in the 43rd minute. Men's honor: Loyola Maryland senior goalkeeper Thurman Van Riper has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America/Capital One Academic All-District II first team after maintaining a 3.89 GPA. Women : Army defeated Navy, 2-0, in the Star Match at West Point.
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