Maryland Men’s Soccer Leaving The ACC As Champions


Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye!

Maryland men’s soccer said goodbye to the ACC by taking the championship trophy home with them yesterday afternoon at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Germantown.

For the third time in four years and the second year in a row, the Terps (13-3-5) are the ACC Tournament Champions! It was even sweeter to beat their border state rival Virginia on an own goal assisted by the ACC Championship Most Valuable Player, Patrick Mullins.

Maryland will look to cap off this season with a fourth national championship and then take their dominance to the B1G next season where head coach Sasho Cirovski will have this team poised to win their first B1G championship. Here are Sasho’s thoughts from the game,

"“I’m just so proud. This is a special moment and one of the great moments in my coaching career to walk out of here as the last team smiling. I thought we stood strong. We were very disciplined. We looked to try to play and create chances but knew it was going to be few and far between in this game and it was going to take a moment of brilliance by an individual to create. And the best individual in the land used his will and skill to create something and we won.”"

Relive the winning goal here.

Maryland has earned the number 5 seed in the NCAA Tournament and will host the winner of Penn and Providence.