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Maryland men's lacrosse not playing its best during the most important time of the year
Maryland men's lacrosse not playing its best during the most important time of the year

Coaches hope their teams play their best lacrosse in April and May as the season winds down to conference and potentially NCAA tournaments. Maryland, which earned the No. 6 seed in the NCAA postseason, has not done that, losing its past two games. The No. 8 Terps (12-3) welcome No. 9 and Ivy League tournament champion Yale (11-4) to Byrd Stadium in College Park in first-round action on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. As coach John Tillman pointed out, by the very nature of conference tournaments, several programs in the 18-team field will enter the NCAA postseason with losses in their most recent games, and that’s true of five schools. But only Maryland has dropped its last two, falling...

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