University of Maryland Terps Upset By UMBC, 8-7

Fairfield Stags v UMBC Retrievers


BALTIMORE – Junior John Haus scored twice and added an assist for the Terrapins, but UMBC scored five straight goals in the fourth quarter to upset the No. 4 University of Maryland men’s lacrosse team, 8-7, Tuesday night at UMBC Stadium. Read More…

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Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Drop Duke In Front of 4,137 Fans

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Senior Drew Snider had a hat trick to lead the No. 5 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to at 10-7 victory over No. 8 Duke in front of 4,137 at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium Saturday afternoon. Maryland moves to 3-0 on the season and 1-0 in ACC play, while the Blue Devils fall to 3-2 overall and 0-1 in the conference. Read More…

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Game Photos: Terps Hand Hoyas 16-11 Defeat

Maryland Terps v Georgetown Hoyas


Senior Joe Cummings set a career-high with six points to lead the No. 7 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to a 16-11 win over Georgetown Friday night at the Multi-Sport Facility. With the 16-11 win, Maryland is now 10-2 all-time vs. Georgetown. Maryland wore Black unis, helmets and STX K18 gloves. G’Town was in White with Matte Blue TII helmets. Read More…

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University of Maryland 2012 Uniforms

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The Under Armour uniforms for the Maryland Men’s Lacrosse team have been unveiled. The Terps will be wearing various colorways throughout the season primarily displaying Black, Red, Gold and White. The seams encompass a block pattern of Black and Gold while “Terraprint” is seen inside the numbers. Read More…

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Maryland Men’s Lacrosse First Practice 2012 (Video)

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We’ve got highlights from the first practice of the 2012 season for the University of Maryland men’s lacrosse team. The Terps hit the practice field in full sweats this week. A few players are seen wearing Under Armour gloves while a good majority are wearing STX K18 gloves. Read More…

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Terps Add Two For 2012 Season

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COLLEGE PARK, MD. – University of Maryland men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman announced today that All-American midfielder Mike Chanenchuk and long pole Taylor Morgan have transferred to play for the Terps in 2012. Read More…

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The Maryland Fashionistas



University of Maryland’s Sports Information Director, Patrick Fischer, recently wrote a post for UMTerps.com about the lacrosse team’s 24 uniform combinations. Keep Reading…

Maryland Men’s Lacrosse: 2011 Preview



An in-depth preview of the 2011 Maryland men’s lacrosse team, featuring interviews with Head Coach John Tillman and seniors Dan Burns, Grant Catalino, Brian Farrell and Brett Schmidt. Props to the Terps for stepping up their fan interaction by putting more videos out. These videos really do help you in the recruiting game. Fans can learn about the school, the program, the players, and etc. without leaving their couch. Keep Reading…

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Hard Shell Gear x Lacrosse Shorts with Pockets




A new company, Hard Shell Gear, designs quality shorts with pockets. These shorts are the “Maryland Flag” shorts. The Flag of the State of Maryland consists of the heraldic banner of George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore. It is the only state flag in the United States to be based on English heraldry. If you are interested in buying some “Maryland Flag” shorts, email Mike@hardshellgear.com

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'Terps Head Women's Lax Coach Cathy Reese to Hold Clinic @ LaxEvo King of Prussia Training Center

'Terps Head Women's Lax Coach Cathy Reese to Hold Clinic @ LaxEvo King of Prussia Training Center



King of Prussia, PA — October, 2010 — Lacrosse Evolution (www.lacrosseevolution.com) is excited to announce that Cathy Reese, the University of Maryland women’s lacrosse head coach, will be holding a players clinic on October 27th from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lacrosse Evolution’s King of Prussia Training Center (201 E. King Manor Drive — 484-684-7011). The clinic is open to girls ages 8 -18 as well as coaches looking to improve their knowledge of the game, the cost of admission is $25. Keep Reading…