#8 Terps Run by #9 UNC - Recap and Photos

UNC tried to pressure the Terps, pulling its goalie, but Cooper beat his defender and scored the empty-netter to make it 13-5 with 4:47 to go. Carolina did get one more as Michael Burns scored with 2:11 remaining to make it a 13-6 final.

One of the big differences in the game was at the face-off X, where sophomore Curtis Holmes dominated, winning 15 of 22 draws to give Maryland an enormous possession advantage.

The Terps (11-4) advance to the quarterfinals and will play the winner of the No. 1 seed Syracuse/Siena game on Sun., May 22 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.

Game Notes

With the 13-6 win Maryland is now 40-21 all-time vs. North Carolina.

Maryland is now 43-31 all-time in NCAA tournament games and is 13-3 in the first round.

With five points on two goals and three assists, senior Ryan Young now has 47 multi-point 22 multi-goal and 28 multi-assist games for his career.?

Young's five points give him 158 for his career, moving him into 17th on the Terps' all-time points list.?

Young's three assists gives him 93 for his career, moving him past Mike Hynes (90, 1974-77) for 11th on the Terps' all-time assists list.?

With two points on two goals and an assist, senior Grant Catalino now has 45 multi-point games for his career.

Catalino's two points give him 177 for his career, moving him past Pete Worstell (175, 1977-81) for 14th on the Terps' all-time goals list.

With two points on two goals, sophomore Owen Blye now has 10 multi-point and seven multi-goal games for his career.

With four points on four goals, junior Drew Snider now has two hat tricks, eight multi-point and six multi-goal games for his career.

With three points on three goals, sophomore Kevin Cooper now has one hat trick, four multi-point and two multi-goal games for his career.

Junior Jake Bernhardt's two assists give him the first multi-assist game of his career.

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2011-05-15



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