After a brief hiatus, the Maryland women’s lacrosse program is back in a familiar position.
The top-seeded Terps emphatically avenged their lone loss of the season and blistered No. 4 seed Northwestern, 25-13, in the second NCAA Division I tournament semifinal at Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Field in Baltimore Friday night.
Maryland (21-1) produced the most goals in a game since a 25-3 thrashing at Quinnipiac on March 11, 2004 and advanced to Sunday’s title game at noon against No. 2 Boston College. The appearance will mark the school’s Division I-leading 22nd appearance in the tournament final and sixth in the last seven years.
But the Terps missed out on last year’s title...