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Terps stun Brown, 16-13, to gain NCAA semifinals Stingy defense stops undefeated Bears
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: McNamara, Kevin
Date: May 20, 1991
Start Page: 1.C
Section: SPORTS
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"I thought we had a solid defensive season," [Dick Edell] said. "We knew that we had to have a good defensive effort to win. {Jay} McMahon and {Andrew} Towers are two of the better midfielders in the game. We had our strength on the defensive end of the field, and I thought on offense we were very opportunistic."

Maryland's 7-4 halftime lead quickly grew in the third quarter. After the teams scored two goals apiece to open the quarter, Maryland scored six straight goals. [Mark Douglas] dominated that stretch with three goals.

Goals: M--Douglas 5, Butler 3, Wurzburger 2, Burlace, Dail, Elfstrum, [Jay McMahon], Reading, Schoenwitz; B--Towers 5, Marti 4, Lowe 2, McMahon 2. Assists: M--Douglass 2, Dail, Schoenwitz, Ritter; B--Lowe 4, Munro 2, McMahon, Towers. Saves: M--Kavovit 30; B--Flynn 11.

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