Whenever there is talk of the Tewaaraton Award given to college lacrosse's most outstanding player, Maryland attackman Matt Rambo's name is usually not mentioned or is way down the list.
That will change now.
The senior from Glenside, Pa., is on a historic run, having scored nine goals and racked up 10 assists in the first three games, the first Terp to total 19 points in three games since Mike Mollot in 2000.
Dating to last season, Rambo has scored 53 points (26 goals, 27 assists) in the Terps' last nine games and has scored six points in six straight games. It's one thing if Rambo was racking up big numbers...