1) Containing Jeff Tundo. Stony Brook's offense has been powered by senior midfielder Jeff Tundo, who leads the team in goals (15), assists (11) and points (26). Tundo, who was selected in the Major League Lacrosse draft by the New York Lizards with the 61st overall pick in January, recorded five goals and four assists in the team's victory over St. John's. If Tundo, who can also play attack, stays at the midfield, he should expect a lot of Maryland senior long-stick midfielder and Tewaaraton Award candidate Jesse Bernhardt. "We think Jeff is terrific," Terps coach John Tillman said. "He's already had nine points in a game this year. Jesse means a ton to us. We couldn't think of a guy we would rather have at the long pole position at the University of Maryland with the way we play. Jesse just means so much to us on and off the field. We have a lot of confidence in him and I know he'll prepare really well and do his homework. I think Jeff is one of those guys who knows that every week, he has to go out and prove it. So I think that will be a really good matchup."