By Scott Lowe
When the University of Maryland women’s lacrosse team takes the field May 25 for its NCAA semifinal game against Boston College, the Terps will be in a familiar setting surrounded by familiar faces.
For the team’s seniors, it will mark their fourth Final Four appearance, two of which have resulted in national championships. Maryland, which carries a 17-game winning streak and 20-1 record into the semifinals, faced the same Boston College team in last year’s title game, earning a 16-13 victory for a third championship in four seasons.
Adding to the familiarity, the top-seeded Terps face a fourth-seeded Eagle team coached by one of them; former Maryland standout Acacia Walker-Weinstein was an All-American for the Terps and has built Boston College into one of the nation’s top programs since taking over in 2012.
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