A top-ranked, top-seeded, undefeated men's soccer team with 15 consecutive victories led by three goals with about 20 minutes left at home Sunday against a typically low-scoring opponent … and lost. Providence 5, Maryland 4. "This one is hard to process," Terps coach Sasho Cirovski said after the game at Ludwig Field. "It's almost too unimaginable, too unbelievable to see it unfold before your own eyes. We knew this was a game, with the wind swirling, that there could be a lot of crazy things happen, but I didn't imagine anything this crazy." Maryland (18-1-2) led the NCAA tournament second-round match 4-1 before conceding two goals in a 36-second span of the 70th minute, the equalizer in the 75th and the tiebreaker in the 82nd on a corner kick that looped over the head of goalkeeper Cody Niedermeier (Broadneck) and caromed in off the back post. Amar Sejdic scored twice and Gordon Wild and Eryk Williamson added a goal apiece for the Terps, who had not lost in regulation since October 2015.