No. 6 Virginia (3-0) at No. 4 Maryland (3-1)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The Terrapins go after their 36th straight home victory when they host the Cavaliers in a rivalry that dates to 1978. Maryland won 18-6 last year, its fifth straight victory in a series it leads 35-17, but the Terps must bounce back strong from Sunday's 10-9 loss to Duke. Against the surging Cavaliers, they don't want to fall behind 5-0 or allow five free-position goals as they did at Duke. Virginia has already beaten then-No. 7 Loyola and then-No. 12 Syracuse, which pushed No. 1 Northwestern to overtime on Wednesday.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun