Four out of the last seven meetings between the Terps and Fighting Irish have been determined by one goal.
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.
An inefficient attack hurt the Terps last year. It could be costly again.
The defending national champions dropped their first round matchup to the Black Knights on Saturday.
Daniel Maltz, Daniel Kelly and Braden Erksa led the Terps past Rutgers and to the conference semifinal.
Siracusa sparsely played for the first three years of his Maryland career, but has become an important part of the Terps' second-line attack this season.
The Terps’ youth was on full display during Saturday's in-state rivalry matchup — for better and worse.
The Terps can clinch the Big Ten regular season with a win over Johns Hopkins.
The loss snapped the Terps' 20-game Big Ten win streak.
The Terps are still searching for consistency entering the last month of the regular season.