Sometime in May after Matt Rambo has played his final game for Maryland, the question will be asked: Was the senior attackman the greatest player to represent the program?
Former players like Bob Boneillo, Joe Walters, Ray Altman and Frank Urso have compelling cases for why they belong in that discussion. Then again, that’s a conversation that Rambo does not prefer to get involved in.Read more
Loyola Maryland has assumed a 5-2 lead against Army courtesy of a three-game winning streak that includes a 14-6 rout on April 22 in West Point, N.Y. This contest is a repeat of last year’s Patriot League tournament final in which the Greyhounds walloped the Black Knights by an identical 14-6 score.
Army (11-3), the No. 2 seed in the playoffs, outlasted No.Read more
In one of the most contentious rivalries in college lacrosse, why wouldn’t the two sides disagree on the series record? Johns Hopkins says it owns a 71-42-1 mark, while Maryland insists that record is inflated by seven wins. The teams have split the past 10 meetings, although the Terps have won the past two.
The No. 8 Blue Jays (8-4, 3-1 Big Ten) have won their past two contests and four of five.Read more
While both Loyola Maryland and Holy Cross failed to score a goal in the first quarter of their Patriot League tournament semifinal at Ridley Athletic Complex on Friday, the top-seeded Greyhounds dominated in shots to the tune of an 11-8 advantage thanks to a vigorous effort on preventing clears.
The No.Read more
Maryland's Zoe Stukenberg, Nadine Hadnagy, Megan Whittle and Megan Taylor have been included among 25 women's players nominated for the Tewaaraton Award, presented each year to the best player in college lacrosse, while four other players with local ties are also among the nominees.
The undefeated No. 1 Terps are the only team with four nominees.Read more
The pool of men’s lacrosse candidates for the Tewaaraton Award was narrowed to 25 on Friday, and five players from area schools are on the list.
No. 5 Maryland is represented by two players in senior attackmen Matt Rambo and Colin Heacock, a Catonsville resident and Boys’ Latin graduate.