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MM 8.10: Terp-filled Whipsnakes win second consecutive Premier Lacrosse League title

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This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

Photo courtesy of the Premier Lacrosse League

Last season, attacker Matt Rambo led the Terp-filled Whipsnakes to the Premier Lacrosse League’s first ever championship. On Sunday, fellow former Terp Kyle Bernlohr’s clutch play in goal helped the team win its second straight title.

The Whipsnakes defeated the Chaos, 12-6, in the championship of the league’s tournament in Utah behind Bernlohr’s 16 saves. He swatted away 73 percent of the shots that came his way, didn’t allow a single two-point score and saved every shot he faced in the second half.

Former Maryland men’s lacrosse players Tim Muller, Michael Ehrhardt, Bryce Young, Jake Bernhardt and Matthew Dunn led the team on defense, combining for five caused turnovers and nine ground balls — five of which came from Ehrhardt.

On the offensive side, five different Terps — Rambo, John Haus, Jay Carlson, Joe LoCascio and Mike Chanenchuk — found the back of the net. Rambo also added three assists to finish with the second-most points (4) of anyone on the team behind MVP Zed Williams.

In other news

Taulia Tagovailoa was granted eligibility for the impending 2020 football season.

Josh Jackson and a host of other players opted-out of the 2020 season as fall camp began.

Lila offered some takeaways from the first media availability for the Maryland football program.

Four-star football recruit Amari Clark committed to Maryland to kick-off the 2022 recruiting class.

Here are some highlights from the WhipTerps’ championship.

Maryland football started fall camp Friday.

Anthony McFarland Jr. showed off his new threads for the Steelers.

Former Terp Kaila Charles showed out for the Connecticut Sun Saturday night.

In the NBA, former Terp Alex Len reached a milestone with the Sacramento Kings, who have now been officially eliminated from the playoffs.

Maryland men’s soccer goal keeper Niklas Neumann will be returning to Germany to join KSV Hessen Kassel.