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Terps motivated to end 40-year men's lacrosse championship drought
Terps motivated to end 40-year men's lacrosse championship drought

The last time the Maryland men's lacrosse program captured the NCAA championship in 1975, coach John Tillman was 5 years old and no player on the current roster had been born. The drought — now numbering 40 years — is an oft-discussed topic among the players, coaches, alumni and fans, and the No. 6 seed Terps (15-3) could end the conversation by defeating No. 4 seed Denver (16-2) in the NCAA tournament final at 1 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday. And even though 42 of the current 46 players will experience a title game in the NCAA postseason for the first time, some acknowledged that there is a sense of urgency to snapping the dry spell. "It's...

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