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Grip ‘N Rip: Joe LoCascio, Florida Launch


University of Maryland grad and 17th overall draft pick by the Florida Launch, Joe LoCascio dropped by to share some insight to the stick that’ll be using to throw some serious heat in the MLL this coming season. The Lindenhurst, New York native graduated from the University of Maryland in 2015 with USILA Third Team […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Pat Young, University of Maryland / UMBC


Ranked number 19 in Quint Kessenich’s Top 50 Players in DI Lacrosse, University of Maryland Senior, Pat Young, is one of the most dynamic midfielders in the game. A two time first team All-America East Conference honoree and the 2013 America East Conference Rookie of the Year award winner, Pat Young transferred to the University […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Henry West, University of Maryland


Darien, CT native and University of Maryland senior midfielder, Henry West drops some insight to what he has been using for fall ball this year. Henry is a 2012 Under Armour All-American who transferred from Cornell University to the University of Maryland. At Maryland he has been a mainstay on the first two midfield lines, playing […]

Terps Add Two For 2012 Season


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…

Posted in: D1

Breaking News: Gary Gait Pulls out of U of Maryland Consideration, His Son Has Skillz

IL reported that Gary Gait is no longer a candidate for the Maryland men’s opening. Gait stated that “The [Maryland] alums were very supportive and it was definitely an incredible opportunity to pursue,” he said, “but I decided because of my family and my situation [at Syracuse] that I’m not going to pursue it.” His daughter, Taylor, is finishing her sophomore yr in HS and his son, Braedon, is finishing his eighth-grade year. Below is a clip of Braedon showing off his stick “skillz”.

UMD vs Notre Dame, Technical Difficulties

If you watched the Quarterfinal match up between Maryland and Notre Dame on Saturday then you, too, are probably disappointed with ESPNU’s production of the game. Repeatedly, throughout the game, ESPNU either went to a Black screen or a stationary viewing of the stats. When we, the fans, were actually able to view the game it was from a terrible angle with bad picture which made the game look like it was pulled from the ESPN Classics archives. One thing that the poor work of ESPNU helped add was suspense. Not being able to see what was going on made the pace of an otherwise dull game more exhilarating. View game photos…

Posted in: Game Photos

UMD Arm Guards and Arm Pads

Yesterday we showed you the 2010 University of Maryland K18s. Today we have visuals of the Terps Arm Pads and Arm Guards.

Posted in: Arm Pads, STX