Terps advance in dramatic fashion
As an attack-minded defender, Maryland sophomore Taylor Kemp knew sooner or later he was going to score his first goal in college. But his timing turned out to be exquisite.
With just 2 minutes left in the No. 2 seed Terps' third-round match with No. 15 Penn State on Sunday, it looked as if overtime was a definite possibility. As good as the Nittany Lions' offense is -- Penn State's Corey Hertzog scored a Division I-best 20 goals this season -- Maryland had to ...
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