2004 TERPS HONORED WITH 8 ALL AMERICAN SELECTIONS!
Joe Walters, Chris Passavia, Lee Zink- 1st
Paul Gillette, Bill McGlone- 3rd
Brendan Healy, David Wagner, Tim McGinnis- HM
THANKS FOR AN INCREDIBLE SEASON OF LACROSSE!
TERPS SELF DESTRUCT IN FINAL TWO MINUTES TO END THE
2004 CAMPAIGN IN QUARTER FINALS VS PRINCETON!
Next Game: Sat 1pm UPENN @ UMD!
IT'S SENIOR DAY! LAST REGULAR SEASON GAME FOR 2004! BE THERE!
great suggestion was made by the Schwartzmen's:
Gather for dinner Friday evening
If anyone is interested please let Cindee know. We will target
7:30 to get together. Location not yet decided.
Deserts are set so Sophmores please substitute appetizers or a specialty
for this very festive day.
As it looks right now - Rain is on the weather forcast.
We will plan to be in Tyser. This may be a better choice
regardless so we can decorate for the seniors. Bring pictures of
the Season if you have any. Put your name on the back so you get
them back. We will put them on a board to display.
Does anyone have the big banner from last year. It looked so great
when it was put up on the wall. Decorations will be needed.
Anyone interested with this detail please let me know. Any
suggestions -please let Cindee know this also.
THE TERPS WIN IT IN OT! EDGE NOTRE
DAME 9-8! BORDLEY TIES IT AT 19 SECONDS...BRENDAN WINS IT IN THE SECOND
OT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS!
Next Game: Sat 1pm Notre Dame @ UMD
ACC CHAMPS!!!!! THE TERPS WIN IT
ALL! GO 5-0 IN CONFERENCE PLAY!
Next up: Virginia, fighting for its post season
life...will be more dangerous than before.
Duke Downed by Determined Terps 10-7!
Next up: Duke, the Terps nemesis in the ACC
Hopkins venue Sinks Terps 14-10 for second loss of
Bulletin to All Fans of Maryland Lacrosse:
Make the Stands 'Red' Saturday
Be Prepared to STAND UP for your Terps...Be counted and be HEARD!
Regardless if we are leading or trailing, we can help the boys stay on
track for the full 60 minutes...and battle to the last whistle!
Help stamp out home(wood) field advantage!
Maryland Faces Hopkins Next in Soldout
Game! After game plans for Hopkins are
still in the works. Late hours are a factor.
Terps Caught By Midshipmen 9-6! Navy Outworks
Maryland to Finally Gain Victory!
For the Terps Its Time to Regroup!
After two payback games in their own ACC
conference and with a much publicized game against Hopkins next week,
the Terps faced a highly motivated Navy squad that was able to wear down
Maryland and finish them off in the 4th quarter.
Many thanks to JR and all the Terp family for a great post game
to be a nice day !
Sunny/ 60 degrees
Please bring tables and coolers
Showdown At Byrd: No. 1 Terps Vs. No. 4 Navy This Saturday
Undefeated Maryland aims for best start since 1987.
#4 NAVY (7-1) at #1 MARYLAND (8-0)
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 2004 * 1:00 p.m.
BYRD STADIUM (48,055/Grass), COLLEGE PARK, Md.
Television: WMAR-TV Channel 2
Live Audio: WMUCSports.com * Live Stats: umterps.com
Next Game: Sat April 10th 1pm
Home vs Navy!
Your team needs you!!! Be There to Support your Terps in this classic battle of in-state
Maryland Takes It To UVA 11-2!
Terps Avenge Semi-Final Loss With Style.
The entire team played hard for 60 minutes, not
giving UVA much of a chance to battle back. Holding steady in the
notorious 3rd period, the lit it up again in the 4th to make a loud
Next Game: Sat April 3rd 1pm
Home vs UVA
Terps Outlast UNC 10-9! Slaf Wins A New Haircut!
After a dominant first half the Terps surrendered their lead to 5 third
period goals and started the 4th period down one goal at 8-7. The team
recovered at both ends of the field to go up by two and survive a
comeback attempt to win a hotly contested match-up with conference the
rival Tar Heels.
to Fetzer Field
Next Game: Sat March 27th 1pm at UNC
Please let us know who is coming and bring tables and coolers for the
tailgate (which will be provided by Bullocks as it was for the Duke
game) Last call for name badges!
UMD Bends Butler 19-4 Excerpts:
As part of the scoring barrage, six different players posted their first
career points at Maryland. Freshman midfielder Thomas Alford
(Washington, D.C.) netted two goals in the second half. Fellow classmate
Mike Brown (West Hartford, Conn.) also scored twice for the second
A pair of redshirt freshmen Patrick Howell (Arlington, Va.) and
Brent Hargest (Cockeysville, Md.) each notched their first career goals
in the second half. Freshman Jay Feeley (Phoenix, Md.) picked up his
first career point, as he assisted Howell's goal with 7:10 left in
regulation. Junior college transfer Terence Dorsey (Baltimore, Md.)
netted his first goal as a Terp to close out the scoring. Freshman Chris
Feifs (Durham, N.C.) also had his first assist coming off one of his
four face-off wins, in the third quarter.
Terps Take UMBC 9-4
Today - March 17th 3:00
Happy St. Patty's Day!
Today we will be getting Pizza's for the team.
Saturday-March 20 at Umbc
Please bring tables and expect an outdoor tailgate.
It is Sean Sullivan's Birthday and Maryellen is bringing a cake.
If you are on the dessert assignment please consider bringing fruit or
an appetizer instead - unless you have already prepared something.
as a general rule, wait for the team to get on line to eat before we
indulge. They come in a little at a time at first because some of the
boys are getting iced, medical or therapy treatments (and who gets to
the showers first!)
We seem to need a little more beverage as well.
By the way the Deviled eggs were a big hit!
Bucknell game on Tues. 3/16 is MOVED
to Wed. 3/17
It will be p[layed at the turf field at Maryland
near the Comcast Center (Girls
field hockey/lax field)
Keep a look out on line for any other changes.
At Bucknell on Tuesday and UMBC Saturday
It's all Maryland...But it felt like Ohio!
8-6 Win Over Towson Makes It a 3-0 Start!
The tailgate turnout was unexpectedly large and
well appointed (We will need more drinks for large ones like that).
Chicken, meatballs, BBQ, hot dogs, and on and on...Keep it coming! Go
Terps Shoot Down Dukies 17-12...Ya-Hoo!
Saturday February 28, 2004
SHARP SHOOTERS COME ALIVE IN 14-5 OPENING GAME AT GEORGETOWN!
All the questions about the offense were answered in
the first half of this game as the Maryland sticks came to life against
a formidable Hoya squad. This was by far the best opening day in 5 years
with 60 degree temperatures and sunshine on a dry grass field in this
historic part of Washington. The fabulous weather prompted a change of
tailgate plans to be outside as we were able to get a spot that was
previously unavailable. Thanks to all and on to DUKE!
February 22, 2004
THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT EACH SCRIMMAGE HAS SHOWN PROGRESS IN THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THIS YEARS TEAM. MANY QUESTIONS STILL REMAIN AS WE HEAD
TO GEORGETOWN WITH A LOT RIDING ON THE OUTCOME OF THIS GAME. WE WILL ALL
HOPE FOR THE BEST.
THE TAILGATES HAVE ALL BEEN SUCCESSFUL DUE TO THE SPIRIT OF THE
PARENT GROUP. THANKS. WE WILL CONTINUE WITH PLANNING, COOPERATION, AND
FLEXIBILITY AS WE APPROACH EACH GAME.
WELCOME ONE AND ALL!
THE REAL DEAL IS HERE AT LAST!
SCRIMMAGES START SAT FEB 7TH AT LOYOLA; FEB 14TH AT
PRINCETON; FEB 21st SYRACUSE AT COLLEGE PARK.
We will be posting information on this site for coordinating the season
and expect to get together on the weekend of February 27th and 28th for
a parents gathering. Please watch your email and this site. The team
schedule is posted below for convenience and a link to the team's
official site is in the column on the left side of this page.
Semifinals at UNC
Final at UNC (Comcast)
Quarterfinals at Virginia
Quarterfinals at Cornell
WELCOME CLASS OF 2007
MARYLAND BANQUET HONORS THE 2003 SEASONS DEPARTING
The Comcast center was the site of this years banquet which had
everything you could want (except air conditioning). The coaches did a
great job of honoring last years group with comments, awards, and a
highlight tape to recognize their hard work and contributions to the
Also high on the list was the recognition of the team's academic
achievements that had the men's lacrosse team second only to the
football team in players on the honor role. (This should be adjusted
because the football team has twice as many players).
The freshman class was also introduced along with some new transfers
to give everyone a glimpse of the new group of men under the helmets.
This new crew is also very talented and should be a strong addition to a
team losing so many seniors. It seems that the existing squad has also
done some work in the off-season as many players appeared stronger and
faster than last year as they look to fill the open positions on the
Many thanks to the coaches for also providing contact information for
the parents group. Please look for this website to provide basic
information for the parents as well as through email as indicated below.
We all look forward to the 2004 campaign and a return to Raven's
Stadium and its new 'field turf' surface!
To exchange information or have something posted-
please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will post the info on this web site.