Duke Vs. Maryland, NCAA Lacrosse Tournament Score: Terps Up 6-4 At Half

Maryland's men's lacrosse team came into the NCAA Tournament Final Four as the only non-seeded team. After 30 minutes against Duke, the Terrapins have a 7-4 halftime lead on their ACC rivals, and are looking like a team that will play for a national title.

Maryland got two goals from Billy Gribbin and three assists from Joe Cummings in the first half, built 3-0 and 6-3 leads, and never trailed against a Duke team that couldn't quite match the Terps' aggressiveness.

Duke didn't get more than a goal or an assist from any one Blue Devil, and Robert Rotanz, Josh Dionne and Christian Walsh, three of Duke's goal-scorers, needed a combined 11 shots to put in their three balls. Duke outshot Maryland in the first half, 17-12.

If Maryland can hold onto its lead, it will set up an all-Maryland NCAA Tournament final: the Loyola (Md.) Greyhounds earned their berth in the final game of the season by knocking off Notre Dame earlier on Saturday afternoon.

For more on Maryland, visit Testudo Times. For more on lacrosse, make sure to check out In Lax We Trust.

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