Terps End Season Just Short of Regionals

02/21/2014, 2:15pm EST

By Lucas Davis

After a spectacular second half of the season, the Terps just missed qualifying for a regional berth. The top ten teams in the region qualify for a spot in the regional tournament, and Maryland finished in 11th, one point behind Bowling Green. The rankings were as follows:

  1. Florida Gulf Coast (9 points)
  2. UMBC (22 points)
  3. Penn State (27 points)
  4. Liberty (42 points)
  5. Miami (45 points)
  6. Virginia Tech (43 points)
  7. Toledo (57 points)
  8. Rowan (77 points)
  9. Delaware (79 points)
  10. Bowling Green (93 points)
  11. Maryland (94 points)

The Terps are already looking forward to next season with some key players coming back, freshman goalie Tanner Macphee and freshman leading goal scorer Avery Clair. However the Terps have a lot of holes to fill with many key seniors leaving. We wish the best of luck to the 10 seniors graduating!

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