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Terps defeat Tigers to advance to 2022 MLax title game

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The No. 1 Maryland Terrapins men’s lacrosse team will play for the National Championship once again. The Terrapins defeated the fifth-seeded Princeton Tigers 13-8 on Saturday night at Rentschler Field in the NCAA semifinal in East Hartford, Connecticut.

Both teams had to deal with a lengthy delay as the first game was interrupted by thunderstorms when the game was at halftime. Maryland and Princeton went back to their respective hotels for two hours.

Maryland Terrapins midfielder Kyle Long celebrates after scoring a goal against the Princeton Tigers
Kyle Long celebrates after scoring a goal against the Princeton Tigers (Photo by Terps MLax/Instagram)

The Terrapins are just the second team to make it to the title game with an undefeated record. The 2006 Virginia Cavaliers were the previous team to do it.

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The Cavaliers won the national championship that season.

The Terrapins will play the Cornell Big Red on Memorial Day. The final game of the season will start at 1 pm EST.

Maryland is 17-0 for the first time in team history. Head coach John Tillman will be coaching in his seventh National Championship game. He is presently 1-5 in those games.

Logan Wisnauskas led the Terrapins with four goals. He is the expected front-runner for the Tewaarton Trophy.

Keegan Khan scored three goals and Owen Murphy had two goals. Jonathan Donville, Kyle Long, Bubba Fairman, and Jack Brennan also scored one goal each.

Alexander Vardaro led the Tigers with two goals. Alex Slusher, Chris Brown, Christian Ronda, Coulter Mackesy, Jamie Atkinson, and Luke Crimmins all scored one goal.

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Terrapins goalie Logan McNaney began the game. He made 19 saves in the win. McNaney allowed seven goals in 58:28.

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Drew Morris came in for the final seconds. He made two saves and allowed one goal in 1:32.

Tigers goalie Erik Peters made 13 saves and allowed 13 goals in the loss.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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