Maryland Wins 2022 Big Ten Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Title

ByLois C

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ROSEMONT, Ill. – The top rated-seeded Maryland men’s lacrosse team won the 2022 Significant 10 Tournament title after submitting a 17-7 acquire in excess of No. 2 seed Rutgers in the championship sport held at Money 1 Field at Maryland Stadium. With Saturday’s acquire, Maryland claimed the Major Ten’s computerized qualifier into the 2022 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament.
 
Maryland now prospects all Big Ten teams with 4 Significant 10 Tournament titles, owning beforehand won the event in 2016, 2017 and 2021. Maryland finished the common season with a ideal 10- meeting history and attained the 2022 Huge 10 Meeting title, the sixth Massive Ten title in method record. With two wins in the Huge 10 Match, Maryland enhances to 14- over-all on the year. The Terrapins at present rank No. 1 in the nation in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Affiliation (USILA) poll.
 
Maryland’s Logan Wisnauskas was named the tournament’s Most Worthwhile Player immediately after registering 14 factors on 8 ambitions and 6 helps in the Terrapins’ two tournament wins. Wisnauskas, the 2022 Major 10 Men’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the 12 months, scored 4 ambitions and registered 3 assists in each individual match video game.
 
With the recreation tied at 2-2 with 8:06 still left in the 1st quarter, Wisnauskas broke the tie with this 2nd intention of the activity, sparking a 6- Maryland run to conclude the half up 8-2. The Terrapins by no means looked back again, outscoring Rutgers 9-5 in the second half.
 
The complete 18-group subject for the 2022 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament will be revealed throughout the NCAA Collection Present at 9 p.m. (ET) on Sunday, May perhaps 8, on ESPNU.
 
The full Massive 10 All-Event Crew is detailed down below.
 
2022 Big 10 Men’s Lacrosse All-Event Team
 
MVP: Logan Wisnauskas, 5th, A, Maryland
 
Garrett Degnon, Sr., A, Johns Hopkins
Anthony DeMaio, 5th, M, Maryland
Keegan Khan, Gr., A, Maryland
Logan McNaney, Jr., G, Maryland
Logan Wisnauskas, 5th, A, Maryland
Jackson Reid, Sr., M, Ohio Condition
Skylar Wahlund, Sr., G, Ohio Condition
Mitch Bartolo, Sr., A, Rutgers
Colin Kirst, Sr., G, Rutgers
Ross Scott, Jr., A, Rutgers

By Lois C