TUKWILA, Wash. — In the first ever NCAA Division I lacrosse game to be played in Washington state, high-flying Maryland, the runner-up in the 2012 NCAA championship game, fell behind in the second quarter and was never able to catch-up as the Terrapins dropped their west coast fall-ball exhibition to the Pioneers 12 – 9 before 3,589, Saturday afternoon at the Starfire Sports Complex Stadium just south of Seattle. Read the full story.
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