Outlook: The Terps are 4-1 against the Pioneers, who won the last meeting, 10-5, in 2015 for their first national championship. This game pits two of the remaining five finalists for the Tewaaraton Award: Denver junior faceoff specialist Trevor Baptiste and Maryland senior attackman Matt Rambo. The Pioneers, who are 1-3 in the semifinals, are anchored by Baptiste, who leads the country in faceoff percentage (.757) and ranks second in ground balls per game (10.8). The Terps, who are 13-11 in the final four, will rely on Rambo, who became the first player in program history to post 40 goals and 40 assists in the same season. Pioneers senior attackman Connor Cannizzaro (41 goals, 24 assists), a former Terp, should see a lot of Maryland senior defenseman Tim Muller (31 ground balls, 16 caused turnovers).