Attack Leads No. 5 Maryland Over Quakers

McMullen scored his second of the day at the 10:42 mark to make it a one-goal Maryland lead for the fifth time in the game, but Maryland got goals from Haus and Catalino 13 seconds apart to finish the scoring and put the game away.

Maryland used a big-little pick behind the goal to get Young matched up with a Quaker short-stick and he beat his defender with some quick footwork and found Haus cutting to the crease, where he one-timed it into the left side of the Penn goal at the 9:33 mark.

Catalino's goal was another picture-perfect display of transition offense off of the face-off. Holmes won the draw with Farrell scooped up the groundball. He passed the ball back to Holmes in the middle of the field and he moved it to juniorDan Burns on the left side. Burns then found Catalino set up in the left alley with time and room and Catalino ripped a shot from 10 yards out past a defenseless Hegener.

Holmes finished the game with seven groundballs and tied for the team lead with junior Ryder Bohlander, who set his career-high. All-America junior Max Schmidt had a season-best five groundballs, while junior Brett Schmidt and Farrell each had three.

Maryland returns to action on Saturday March 20 when it heads up I-95 to take on UMBC in a noon start at UMBC Stadium.

Score by Period   1  2  3  4  Total
Penn 2 1 2 2 7
Maryland 4 2 1 3 10

GOALS: Rob McMullen 2; John Conneely 1; Corey Winkoff 1; Rob Fitzpatrick 1; Dan Savage 1; Al Kohart 1.
ASSISTS: John Conneely 2; Rob Fitzpatrick 1; Corey Winkoff 1.

Maryland SCORING:
GOALS: Grant Catalino 2; Ryan Young 2; Travis Reed 2; Jake Bernhardt 1; Brian Farrell 1; Joe Cummings 1; John Haus 1.
ASSISTS: Grant Catalino 4; Ryan Young 2; Dan Burns 1; Dan Halayko 1; Travis Reed 1; Will Yeatman 1.

Penalties - Penn 4/3:30; Maryland 5/3:30.

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