University of Maryland Attackman, Ryan Young, is captured taping his spoon in the training room before practice. Young is wearing Under Armour sweat pants and a Maverik Remix Hoodie which is available for only $49.00 in the…
Sept. 16, 2010, College park, Md
Maryland women’s lacrosse head coach Cathy Reese has been named IWLCA National Coach of the Year, announced Tuesday.
Reese led her alma mater to its first national championship in nine years in 2010. The Terps also won the Atlantic Coast Championship for the second year in a row. The Terps finished the year with at 22-1, moving the fourth-year head coach’s record to an incredible 78-9 at the helm of the program. Keep Reading…
All of the national championship teams from last year visited the White House yesterday, and the Lady Terps were straight thuggin. Click this link if you want to know why Lady Terps make your dreams come true. Click the pic to see the rest of the photos.
A Maryland recruit, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes junior attack David Solomon has helped the Saints elevate their status in the competitive IAC. After beating national power Boy’s Latin early in the season, the Saints are drawing a lot of attention. Solomon is a returning All-Met who comes from a big lacrosse family. MORE…
The girls from The U are at it again making a music video for Hall & Oates’ You Make My Dreams Come True. They made the video on an away trip, which also features highlights from their game at UPenn.
We don’t usually show women’s lax but LAS found this beauty of a gem featuring the University of Maryland Women’s Lacrosse team in action. Most of the clip shows the Terps working Penn State with Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” blaring. Towards the end it catches the ladies working on dodging, checking, shooting, dancing, and “belly rolling.”
Also, it’s nice to see the head coach’s kids traveling and kicking it with the team. Watch the whole flick, but lend your eyes to these particular scenes – 2:38, 2:43, 2:53, and 3:05.
It’s no secret that defensive middies have been an integral part of the game. UVA’s Chris Rotelli and Billy Glading catapulted the reemergence of two-way middies just a few years ago which inevitably garnered attention to D-Middies. Coaches and spectators alike started to take notice. Fans started to not only cheer for the Kyle Harrison’s of the world, but instead they found themselves rooting for the Benson Erwin’s. The vital role D-Middies play in the MLL and at any level for that matter is irreplaceable.