Also, the Loyola Maryland women have a sharpshooter in Sam Fiedler, Kelly Larkin keeps racking up achievements for the Navy women, and the transition from the Johns Hopkins women’s midfield to attack has been smooth for Nicole DeMase.
On the men’s side, No. 2 Yale and No. 9 Cornell will clash in one semifinal of the Ivy League tournament, while No. 5 Northwestern and No. 7 Michigan will tangle in a semifinal of the Big Ten tournament on the women’s side.
Playing its first true home game in over two weeks, No. 21 Maryland got a combined 46 points and 19 rebounds from Bruno Fernando and Jalen Smith to beat Northwestern, 70-52, to end its first losing streak of the season.
Northwestern attacker Selena Lasota is The Baltimore Sun's women's lacrosse National Player of the Week after totaling 17 goals in the first- and second-round NCAA tournament wins over Richmond and Towson.
Northwestern attackers Selena Lasota and Sheila Nesselbush scored eight goals each as the Wildcats upset No. 7 Towson, 21-17, in the second round of the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse tournament at Johnny Unitas Stadium on Sunday.
Senior Kevin Biondic hit a go-ahead two-run home run in the eighth inning before recording the final out of the ninth on the mound to push the Maryland baseball team to a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over visiting Northwestern on Sunday.
Maryland's worst home loss under Mark Turgeon included a rough night at both ends for Kevin Huerter, a lack of production from the big men and was a step back for the Terps heading into the Big Ten tournament