A sold out crowd at LeBard Stadium saw Sergio Perkovic and his Irish teammates defeat Maryland 9-4
Sellout crowd of 6,970 see Irish beat Terps

Costa Mesa, Calif. – The #1-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish (4-0) defeated the #8-ranked Maryland Terrapins (1-2)  by a 9-4 margin in the third annual Pacific Coast Shootout Saturday night before a sell-out crowd of 6,970 at LeBard Stadium on the campus of Orange Coast College.

Freshman attackman Ryder Garnsey opened the scoring for the Irish, scoring an unassisted goal with 10:46 left in the first quarter. Redshirt sophomore and San Diego native Lucas Gradinger tied the game for the Terps later in the period and the teams headed to the second deadlocked.

With 6:51 left in the first half, the Terps took a 2-1 lead when junior attackman Matt Rambo found the twine. Senior attackman Matt Kavanagh drew the Irish level before halftime.

Notre Dame wasted no time getting on board in the third quarter – sophomore attackman Mikey Wynne scored just 45 seconds in.

Senior midfielder Trevor Brosco gave the Irish a 4-2 with 5:42 left in the period.

After a Notre Dame turnover, a quick Maryland restart led to senior midfielder Bryan Cole’s goal with 2:53 remaining in the quarter. The Terps netted an equalizer in the fourth off the stick of Isaiah Davis-Alle...


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