Maryland Terrapins women's lacrosse

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Maryland Terrapins women's lacrosse
Maryland Terrapins logo.svg
Founded 1974 (1974)
University University of Maryland
Head coach Cathy Reese (13th season)
Stadium Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex
(capacity: 1,400)
Location College Park, Maryland
Conference Big Ten
Nickname Terps
Colors Red, White, Black, and Gold[1]
                   
Pre-NCAA era championships
1981
NCAA Tournament championships
(13) – 1986, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2017
NCAA Tournament Runner-Up
(8) – 1984, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1994, 2011, 2013, 2016
NCAA Tournament Final Fours
(26) – 1984, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
NCAA Tournament appearances
(34) – 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Conference Tournament championships
(14) – 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Conference regular season championships
(15) – 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
The 2017 National Championship team with President Donald Trump

The Maryland Terrapins women's lacrosse team represents the University of Maryland in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I women's college lacrosse. The Maryland program has won 14 national championships, the most of any women's lacrosse program.[2] The Terrapins have also made the most NCAA tournament appearances, won the most tournament games, and made the most NCAA championship game appearances.[2] Before the NCAA sanctioned women's lacrosse, Maryland also won the AIAW national championship in 1981.[2]

Starting with the 2014–2015 season, the Terrapins joined the Big Ten women's lacrosse league.[3]

Historical statistics[edit]

Overall
Years of Lacrosse 44
1st Season 1974
Head Coaches 4
All-Time Record 686–135–3
ACC games
ACC season W-L record (Prior to 2015) 56–19
ACC Titles 11
ACC Tournament Titles 11
Big Ten games
Big Ten season W-L record (Since 2015) 16–0
Big Ten Titles 3
Big Ten Tournament Titles 2
NCAA Tournament
NCAA Appearances 33
NCAA W-L record 67–20
Final Fours 25
Championship Games 21
NCAA National Championships 13

*Statistics through 2017 season

Individual career records[edit]

Reference:[4][5]

Record Amount Player Years
Goals 267 Jen Adams 1998-01
Assists 178 Jen Adams 1998-01
Points 445 Jen Adams 1998-01
Ground balls 272 Jen Adams 1998-01
Draw controls 509 Taylor Cummings 2013–16
Caused turnovers 139 Taylor Cummings 2013–16
Saves 968 Alex Kahoe 1997-00
GAA 6.74 Alex Kahoe 1997-00

Individual single-season records[edit]

Reference:[6]

Record Amount Player Year
Goals 88 Jen Adams 2001
Assists 60 Jen Adams 2001
Points 148 Jen Adams 2001
Ground balls 77 Jen Adams 1999
Draw controls 144 Taylor Cummings 2016
Caused turnovers 52 Taylor Cummings 2016
Saves 269 Alex Kahoe 1998
Save % .673 Jamie Brodsky 1996
GAA 3.55 Jamie Brodsky 1996

Seasons[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
AIAW (1974–1982)
1974 Sue Tyler 7–4
1975 Margarite Albright 6–8
1976 Sue Tyler 5–7
1977 Sue Tyler 12–2
1978 Sue Tyler 12–2–1 AIAW National Runners-Up
1979 Sue Tyler 10–6 AIAW Tournament
1980 Sue Tyler 16–1 AIAW Tournament
1981 Sue Tyler 12–3 AIAW National Champions
1982 Sue Tyler 12–6 AIAW National Runners-Up
NCAA Division I (Independent) (1983–1996)
1983 Sue Tyler 11–3–1 NCAA Quarterfinals
1984 Sue Tyler 16–1–1 NCAA Runner-up
1985 Sue Tyler 15–2 NCAA Runner-up
1986 Sue Tyler 15–4 NCAA Champions
1987 Sue Tyler 12–5 NCAA Quarterfinal
1988 Sue Tyler 11–7
1989 Sue Tyler 9–7 NCAA Quarterfinal
1990 Sue Tyler 16–2 NCAA Runner-up
1991 Cindy Timchal 14–3 NCAA Runner-up
1992 Cindy Timchal 14–1 NCAA Champions
1993 Cindy Timchal 12–2 NCAA Semifinal
1994 Cindy Timchal 13–1 NCAA Runner-up
1995 Cindy Timchal 17–0 NCAA Champions
1996 Cindy Timchal 19–0 NCAA Champions
NCAA Division I (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1997–2014)
1997 Cindy Timchal 21–1 3–0 1st NCAA Champions
1998 Cindy Timchal 18–3 1–2 T-2nd NCAA Champions
1999 Cindy Timchal 21–0 3–0 1st NCAA Champions
2000 Cindy Timchal 21–1 2–1 T-1st NCAA Champions
2001 Cindy Timchal 23–0 3–0 1st NCAA Champions
2002 Cindy Timchal 11–10 0–3 4th NCAA Quarterfinal
2003 Cindy Timchal 18–4 3–0 1st NCAA Semifinal
2004 Cindy Timchal 15–5 1–2 3rd NCAA Quarterfinal
2005 Cindy Timchal 12–7 2–2 T-3rd NCAA First Round
2006 Cindy Timchal 12–8 2–3 4th NCAA First Round
2007 Cathy Reese 16–4 4–1 T-1st NCAA Quarterfinal
2008 Cathy Reese 18–3 4–1 T-1st NCAA Quarterfinal
2009 Cathy Reese 21–1 5–0 1st NCAA Semifinal
2010 Cathy Reese 22–1 4–1 T-1st NCAA Champions
2011 Cathy Reese 21–2 5–0 1st NCAA Runner-up
2012 Cathy Reese 19–4 3–2 T-2nd NCAA Semifinal
2013 Cathy Reese 22–1 5–0 1st NCAA Runner-up
2014 Cathy Reese 23–1 6–1 T-1st NCAA Champions
NCAA Division I (Big Ten Conference) (2015–present)
2015 Cathy Reese 21–1 5–0 1st NCAA Champions
2016 Cathy Reese 22–1 5–0 1st NCAA Runner-up
2017 Cathy Reese 23–0 6–0 1st NCAA Champions
Total: 686–135–3 (.836)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason Results[edit]

The Terrapins have appeared in 33 NCAA tournaments. Their postseason record is 67–20.[7]

Year Seed Round Opponent Score
1983 -- Quarterfinal Delaware L, 7–11
1984 -- Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Lehigh
Massachusetts
Temple
W, 12–6
W, 9–3
L, 4–6
1985 -- Semifinal
Final
Penn State
New Hampshire
W, 12–11 (3ot)
L, 5–6
1986 -- Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Northwestern
Virginia
Penn State
W, 11–7
W, 12–7
W, 11–10
1987 -- Quarterfinal Virginia L, 5–10
1990 -- Semifinal
Final
Loyola (MD)
Harvard
W, 10–5
L, 7–8
1991 -- Semifinal
Final
New Hampshire
Virginia
W, 4–3
L, 6–8
1992 -- Semifinal
Final
Virginia
Harvard
W, 8–7 (ot)
W, 11–10 (ot)
1993 -- Semifinal Princeton L, 6–7
1994 -- Semifinal
Final
Loyola (MD)
Princeton
W, 19–4
L, 7–10
1994 -- Semifinal
Final
Loyola (MD)
Princeton
W, 19–4
L, 7–10
1995 -- Semifinal
Final
Penn State
Princeton
W, 12–7
W, 13–5
1996 -- Semifinal
Final
Princeton
Virginia
W, 6–5
W, 10–5
1997 -- Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Penn State
Temple
Loyola (MD)
W, 6–2
W, 9–6
W, 8–7
1998 #3 Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
James Madison
#2 North Carolina
#1 Virginia
W, 13–8
W, 14–9
W, 11–5
1999 #1 Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Georgetown
Penn State
#2 Virginia
W, 17–6
W, 17–13
W, 16–6
2000 #1 Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Georgetown
Loyola (MD)
#2 Princeton
W, 7–6 (ot)
W, 17–7
W, 16–8
2001 #1 First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
#16 Monmouth
#9 James Madison
#5 Princeton
#3 Georgetown
W, 23–9
W, 11–9
W, 14–7
W, 14–13 (3ot)
2002 -- First Round
Quarterfinal
Loyola (MD)
#4 Cornell
W, 13–8
L, 4–14
2003 #2 First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Temple
Dartmouth
#3 Virginia
W, 26–6
W, 13–5
L, 8–9
2004 #3 First Round
Quarterfinal
Temple
Georgetown
W, 22–4
L, 10–14
2005 -- First Round #8 Princeton L, 8–16
2006 -- First Round #5 North Carolina L, 6–9
2007 #5 First Round
Quarterfinal
Yale
#4 Penn
W, 13–7
L, 7–9
2008 #3 First Round
Quarterfinal
Temple
Duke
W, 20–7
L, 7–9
2009 #2 First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Colgate
#7 Syracuse
#3 North Carolina
W, 20–4
W, 12–10
L, 7–8
2010 #1 First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Marist
#8 Penn
Syracuse
#2 Northwestern
W, 20–5
W, 15–10
W, 14–5
W, 13–11
2011 #1 First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Navy
Princeton
#5 Duke
#2 Northwestern
W, 19–6
W, 15–6
W, 14–8
L, 7–8
2012 #3 First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Massachusetts
#6 Loyola (MD)
#2 Northwestern
W, 15–12
W, 17–11
L, 7–9
2013 #1 Second Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Stony Brook
Duke
#4 Syracuse
#3 North Carolina
W, 11–3
W, 14–9
W, 11–10
L, 12–13 (3ot)
2014 #1 Second Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Penn
Duke
#5 Northwestern
#2 Syracuse
W, 13–5
W, 15–8
W, 9–6
W, 15–12
2015 #1 Second Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Massachusetts
#8 Northwestern
#4 Syracuse
#2 North Carolina
W, 19–8
W, 17–5
W, 10–8
W, 9–8
2016 #1 Second Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Johns Hopkins
Massachusetts
#4 Syracuse
#3 North Carolina
W, 14–8
W, 18–3
W, 19–9
L, 7–13
2017 #1 Second Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
High Point
#8 Stony Brook
#4 Penn State
Boston College
W, 21–6
W, 13–12
W, 20–10
W, 16–13

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ University of Maryland Visual Identity Guide (PDF). Retrieved July 13, 2018. 
  2. ^ a b c THEY'RE BACK! Terps Win 10th NCAA Title Maryland tops No. 2 Northwestern, 13–11, to win first title since 2001 Archived 2012-03-16 at the Wayback Machine., University of Maryland, May 31, 2010.
  3. ^ http://www.bigten.org/sports/m-lacros/spec-rel/060313aah.html
  4. ^ "Career Records". UMTerps. Retrieved October 18, 2017. 
  5. ^ "2017–18 Big Ten Records Book" (PDF). Big Ten. Retrieved October 20, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Single Season Records". UMTerps. Retrieved October 18, 2017. 
  7. ^ "Division I Women's Lacrosse Championships Records Book" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved November 23, 2017.