North has grown in tandem with the Terps' program in the last five years.
Terps players and coaches say Masonius is already a coach in many ways.
Queen gives the Terps a potential star but Maryland still has to improve its roster to compete in 2024.
Zappitello routinely matches up with the opponent's best player and routinely shuts them down.
The Terps have lost five of their last six games. Four of those defeats have been by five points or less.
Connected by Matt Swope, Poss and Jackson form a Terps coaching staff with decades of experience and extensive local connections.
The Terps have won four straight and look to continue improving their resume for March.
The Terps christened the newly-renovated Maryland Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex with a dominant win.
Queen is the Terps’ second recruit of the 2024 class and their second-highest ranked recruit since 2000.
The Terps will debut their new facility in their home opener Wednesday against Drexel.