Outlook: The Terps have not lost in 15 games against the Bears, but the two sides will clash for the first time since 1995. Brown owns the nation's most prolific offense at 16.4 goals per game, but it will be interesting to see whether that unit can reach that average without junior attackman and Tewaaraton Award finalist Dylan Molloy, who leads the country in assists (54) and ranks second in goals (60). And Maryland's No. 4 defense (7.7 goals per game) will attempt to clog the passing lanes and keep shooters on the perimeter. Keep an eye on the battle for ground balls. The Bears lead Division I with 39.8 ground balls per game, while the Terps rank 40th at 26.9.