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Maryland vs Boston College women’s lacrosse: live stream, TV channel, how to watch

Maryland vs Boston College women's lacrosse

The No. 2 seeded Maryland women’s lacrosse team will play in its 28th Final Four as the Terps face No. 3 Boston College in the National Semifinals on Friday, May 27 at 3:00 p.m. at Homewood Field. The game will air on ESPNU with Jay Alter, Sheehan Stanwick Burch and Dana Boyle on the call.

Game Information:

Game Date: May 27, 2022

Game Time: 5:00 p.m. ET

TV: ESPNU

Although the two sides haven’t faced each other since 2019, the Terps are 12-1 all-time against the Eagles and took down Boston College by a final score of 12-10 in their last meeting.

Maryland vs. No. 3 Boston College Second Semifinal preview

Maryland ranks eighth in Division I in goals per game (16.1) and backs that up with a defense that ranks second (7.4). Senior attacker Aurora Cordingley leads the Terps with 3.8 goals per game. The Eagles are the defending national champions with a dynamic scoring tandem of Charlotte North (3.9 goals per game) and Jenn Medjid (3.3 goals per game). Maryland beat Boston College 12-10 in the 2019 national championship game.

Boston College defeated sixth seeded Loyola Maryland in a high-scoring 20-13 affair in the quarterfinals last Thursday at the Newton Campus. Belle Smith turned in a career-high seven goals to lead the offense, while Jenn Medjid tallied eight points with five goals and three assists. With the game tied 4-4, Smith started a 6-1 surge that gave BC separation. BC advanced to its fourth straight semifinals appearance.

A Win Would
– Send the Eagles to their fifth straight championship.
– Give BC a 19-3 mark on the season.
– Earn a second win in the series against the Terrapins.

One of only Three
North is one of only three players to post 80 goals and 100 draw controls this season, while she is first among active players in goals (348), third in points (423) and ninth in draw controls (366).

Series History
The Eagles are 1-14 against the Terrapins, with the lone win coming in 2018 (15-13). Despite the series being in Maryland’s favor, half of the losses are by three goals are less.

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