By Jasmine Brown
Maryland snaps their two game losing skid with a road win over the Drexel Tuesday evening. The Terps are now even at 2-2 on the season.
The first two goals were scored by Tim Rotanz and Matt Rambo to take an early 2-0 lead. Rotanz scored his first goal since April 25th, 2014, since he redshirted the 2015 season. The Dragons would score to pull within one, but Pat Young would score his first goal of his career to put the Terps back up two.
Less than a minute later, Rambo scored his second goal of the game to put them up 4-1, but the Terps would only lead by one at the half following two straight Drexel goals.
In the third quarter, Drexel tied the game 5-5 midway through the quarter. Maryland however would score three straight to put them back up 8-5 to end the third quarter.
Maryland and Drexel however, did trade goals early in the fourth quarter. Maryland scored three straight in the fourth, but Drexel cut their lead to two. Terps still led 9-7, but the Dragons would not go away. They would score seven seconds later to pull within three, but Maryland would pull away and stop any run the Dragons tried to put up against them, defeating them 12-8.
The Terps continue their road schedule as they travel to New Jersey to face Princeton. Tip off starts at noon.