Maryland men’s lacrosse goalie Logan McNaney still felt the sting of losing in the national title game the previous year even as the Terrapins rolled through their opponents during the 2022 season.
There was a sense of unfinished business.
McNaney helped pave the way for Maryland’s postseason run, which culminated in a 9-7 victory against seventh-ranked Cornell in the national championship game. He was named the Most Outstanding Player in the NCAA Tournament after finishing with 61 saves in four games and 36 in the Final Four.
“I try to go into every game with the same mentality, but I knew this week was going to be different because of the heat and hydration,” McNaney said. “I knew I had to step it up.”
Maryland finished the year 18-0 and set a Division I record for most wins in a season without a loss, becoming the first undefeated Division I men’s lacrosse champion since 2006 when Virginia authored…