Before the Terps beat Rutgers for the Big Ten Tournament title, none of the other conferences’ top seeds had prevailed.
Danseglio leads the Terps with 49 ground balls and has been a stalwart on faceoff and defensive sets.
The Terps scored seven unanswered goals in the 11-8 win.
The midfielder has matched last year’s offensive production while helping the team’s inexperienced players adjust to the college level.
Eight Terps scored at least one goal in the first half.
The Terps trailed at halftime, but used a dynamic offense to capture the win.
The Terps won 10 of 21 draws against Tewaaraton Award finalist Trevor Baptiste.
Matt Rambo, Connor Kelly and Tim Muller made First Team All-Big Ten.
Dan Morris and Matt Rambo had standout showings against Rutgers.
A text from Maltz’s father motivated the senior attackman.