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University of Maryland Wears Vintage Decals In Win Over Navy

The Hardshells from College Park have adorned helmets with a number of decals over the years, but none compare to the 1975 lacrosse logo. 1975 was the last year the University of Maryland won a National Championship. Friday night, the current Terps rekindled the spirit of ’75 with old school decals on their CPX-R helmets. Read More…


The Hardshells from College Park have adorned helmets with a number of decals over the years, but none compare to the 1975 lacrosse logo. 1975 was the last year the University of Maryland won a National Championship under Coach Bud Beardmore. Friday night, the current Terps rekindled the spirit of ’75 with old school decals on their CPX-R helmets. Click here to see their usual helmet decals.

Senior Joe Cummings had a hat trick and two assists to lead the No. 12 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to a 13-6 victory over in-state rival Navy in front of 5,022 at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium Friday evening. Maryland improves to 6-3 on the year, while Navy falls to 5-5.

Maryland returns to action on Saturday night, April 14, when its plays at Johns Hopkins in the 108th meeting of College Lacrosse’s Greatest Rivalry. The Terps and the Blue Jays are scheduled for a 6 p.m. faceoff at Homewood Field.

View photos from the Navy game by clicking here.

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