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Maryland vs. Virginia: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, odds and stats

Storied college lacrosse programs Maryland and Virginia, each with two National Championships in the past decade, meet in the semifinals on Saturday.

The fifth-seeded Maryland Terrapins enter this game with a 10-5 record. In the tournament, they have beaten Princeton and No. 2 Duke to advance to the last four.

The Virginia Cavaliers are the sixth seed and have a 12-5 record. They beat Saint Joseph's and No. 3 Johns Hopkins in double overtime to advance to face Maryland for a spot in the National Championship game.

How to watch Maryland vs. Virginia, TV channel and streaming

The College Lacrosse Tournament semifinal between Maryland and Virginia will be broadcast on ESPN2, which can be viewed through cable TV packages or with live TV streaming apps including YouTubeTV and FuboTV.

Maryland vs. Virginia start time, date and venue

Maryland vs. Virginia is scheduled to start at 2:30 PM ET on Saturday, May 25 with the game taking place at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Maryland vs. Virginia odds

Maryland

+200

Virginia

-250

Spread

Virginia -2.5

Total Goals

O/U 23.5

Maryland vs. Virginia stats

  • Virginia senior attacker Payton Cormier leads Division I lacrosse in goals with 64, and teammate Connor Shellenberger - the second-overall pick in the recent Premier Lacrosse League draft - is seventh in the nation in points with 82 (31 goals, 51 assists).
  • Maryland's leading scorer is sophomore Braden Erksa, who has 39 points from 24 goals and 15 assists; Virginia has three players with more points than Maryland's leading scorer.
  • The Terrapins have the 17th-best scoring defense in Division I lacrosse with 10.4 goals allowed per game; Virginia's ranks 37th at 11.35 goals allowed per game.
  • Cavaliers goalie Matthew Nunes has the 24th-best save percentage at 52.7 percent; Maryland's Logan McNaney is 42nd at 50.8 percent.
  • Maryland's Luke Wierman has the third-best faceoff percentage at 62 percent; Virginia's Anthony Ghobriel has a 56.9 percent faceoff percentage.
  • Virginia has grabbed the most ground balls per game this season at 38.29; Maryland is 48th with 30.33 per game.

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Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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