I decided to make this one a FanPost because there's really so little good to say about the Maryland women's soccer team's performance at South Bend Thursday night. Notre Dame had a webcast of the game but I only saw the final twenty-five minutes or so. However, combining the final statistics with the portion of the game I saw, the fifth ranked Irish thoroughly dominated the Terps. Maryland managed one shot in the first thirty minutes to Notre Dame's four. The home team broke through in the thirty second minute with s shot from ten yards. The Terps' best chance to score came late in the first half when, with just under a minute remaining, Lauren Berman's shot hit the crossbar. The Irish responded and scored with just six second to play in the half. As I noted above, I only saw about 25 minutes of play but I think this sequence so deflated the Terps and energized the Irish that the game was all but over. Maryland managed only five shots for the game and other than Berman's shot, only a very early shot by Megan Gibbons was on goal necessitating the only save of the night for the Irish. The road gets no easier for Maryland as the Terps travel to Charlottesville to take on the number one ranked Virginia Cavaliers Sunday afternoon.