The Terps are the only Division I team with four wins against ranked opponents this season.
The Tigers’ defense entered Saturday as one of the best in the nation, tied for the fewest goals allowed per game among all Division I schools.
Zappitello routinely matches up with the opponent's best player and routinely shuts them down.
George Stamos’ late goal propelled the Terps to an overtime win in the Carrier Dome on Saturday.
Stamos’ second career goal helped the Terps beat the Orange in a battle of the No. 4 and No. 5 teams in the country
Nick Alviti, Jackson Canfield and Colin Sharkey all joined Terps ahead of this season. The transition has been seamless for the trio on and off the field.
An inefficient attack hurt the Terps last year. It could be costly again.
The Terps avenged their loss to the Greyhounds last season to remain unbeaten.
Zappitello takes over a jersey number previously worn by Brett Makar, Jared Bernhardt and Logan Wisnauskas.
Wierman became the Terps' all-time leader in faceoff wins in Saturday's double-overtime victory over Richmond.