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Duke to Face Maryland in National Semifinal on Saturday
Wednesday 05/27/2011  -  Duke Sports Information
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Game 20
No. 6 Duke (14-5) vs. No. 8 Maryland (12-4)
NCAA Tournament Semifinal
May 28, 2011 l 6:30 p.m.
Baltimore, Md. l M&T Bank Stadium
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Duke Takes on Maryland in NCAA Semifinal

Duke heads to championship weekend to take on Maryland on May 28 ... The Blue Devils and Terrapins will square off for the third time this season and for the fourth time overall in the NCAA Tournament ... The two squads split the two games earlier in the year ... Sean McDonough (PxP), Quint Kessenich (Analyst), and Eamon McAnaney (Sideline) will be on the call for ESPN2 ... The winner advances to the title game in Baltimore, Md. on May 30.

John Danowski Goes for 300th Career Win

Duke head coach John Danowski will be going for his 300th career victory this weekend ... The fifth-year leader is 299-157 for his career ... He would be just the fifth Division I head coach to reach the 300-win mark in his career and just the third active coach to have 300 victories ... He currently ranks tied for third among active coaches in career victories and is ninth in career win percentage (.656).

John Danowski in NCAA Tournament

Duke head coach John Danowski is one of five active head coaches to have a NCAA title to his name ... He currently ranks tied for ninth all-time in NCAA Tournament wins with 17.

NCAA Tournament Notes

  • Duke is making its 15th overall appearance and fifth consecutive in the NCAA Tournament
  • The Blue Devils have advanced to the national semifinals seven times overall, including five of straight (1997, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011) ... Duke has won its previous six NCAA Tournament games dating back to 2009
  • Since 2005, Duke is 5-0 against ACC squads in the NCAA Tournament ... Overall, the Blue Devils are 7-2 against ACC squads in the NCAA postseason with losses coming to Maryland and Virginia
  • Duke is 22-13 all-time in NCAA Tournament play and 3-3 in semifinal contests
  • Duke has won 16 of its past 20 playoff games, with three of the losses coming against Johns Hopkins in the 2005 and 2007 title games and the 2008 semifinals
  • Overall, the Blue Devils are 18-6 in NCAA action when reaching double figures in the scoring column and 2-7 when held to nine goals or less with both wins coming against Notre Dame
  • Duke is one of eight schools with more tournament wins than postseason appearances (Cornell, Duke, Johns Hopkins, Maryland, North Carolina, Princeton, Syracuse & Virginia)
  • The Blue Devils have earned the NCAA Tournament's top seed twice - 2007 & 2008 ... The Blue Devils also earned top-eight seeds in 1994 (8), 1995 (5), 1997 (5), 1998 (7), 1999 (4), 2000 (7), 2002 (7), 2005 (2), 2009 (3), 2010 (5) and 2011 (5)
  • Duke played 10 games this season against eight of the other 15 teams in the 2011 NCAA Tournament field, posting a 6-4 ledger ... Duke earned two victories over Virginia and one over Siena, North Carolina and Maryland, while suffering setbacks to Maryland, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Penn
  • Duke has faced all three of the semifinal teams, going 3-2 overall ... Duke defeated Virginia twice, split with Maryland and lost to Denver.
  • By round, the Blue Devils are 11-3 in first round action, 7-4 in the quarterfinals, 3-3 in the semifinals and 1-2 in national championship games
  • By seed, Duke is 5-2 as the No. 1 seed (2007 & 2008), 3-1 as the No. 2 seed (2005), 2-1 as the No. 3 seed (2009), 0-1 as the No. 4 seed (1999), 8-2 as the No. 5 seed (1995, 1997, 2010 & 2011), 3-3 as the No. 7 seed (1998, 2000 & 2002) and 1-1 as the No. 8 seed (1994) ... The Blue Devils own a ledger of 0-2 as an unseeded squad (1992 & 2001)
  • Duke has played seven games at home in NCAA Tournament action, dropping an opening round game to Notre Dame in 1995 (12-10) and earning first round victories over Maryland in 1994 (14-9), Fairfield in 2005 (23-4), Providence in 2007 (18-3), Loyola in 2008 (12-7), Navy in 2009 (14-5), Johns Hopkins in 2010 (18-5) and Delaware in 2011 (15-14)
  • Eleven different Blue Devils have earned NCAA All-Tournament Team honors with three players - Matt Danowski, Nick O'Hara and Zack Greer - garnering the accolade twice ... One-time honorees include John Fay (1999), Dan Flannery (2005), Matt Zash (2005), Ned Crotty (2007) CJ Costabile (2010), Zach Howell (2010), Michael Manley (2010) and Max Quinzani (2010)

Success in the NCAA Tournament

Duke currently ranks eighth among Division I programs in NCAA Tournament victories (22) and is third in winning percentage (.629) ... Since 2000, Duke is 18-7 overall to rank fourth in overall victories and second in winning percentage (.720)

NCAA Tournament Record since 2000

   

Record

Pct.

1

Syracuse

25-6

0.806

2

Johns Hopkins

21-10

0.677

3

Virginia

21-9

0.7

4

Duke

18-7

0.72

5

Princeton

12-8

0.6

A Win Over Maryland Would

  • Be John Danowski's 300th career victory and 81st at Duke
  • Launch Duke into its second straight title game and fourth overall
  • Give Duke its 15th win of the year
  • Be the program's 469th all-time victory
  • Be Duke's 103rd win since 2005
  • Make Duke 23-13 all-time in the NCAA Tournament
  • Be Duke's seventh straight NCAA Tournament win
  • Make Duke 4-3 in NCAA Semifinal games
  • Make John Danowski 18-11 all-time in the NCAA Tournament

Duke/Maryland Series History

Duke and Maryland will be squaring off for the 74th time overall and for the third time this season ... The Terrapins hold a commanding 55-18 lead in the series, but the series is tied five apiece in the previous 10 meetings ... Duke and Maryland split the two games this season with the Blue Devils earning the regular season win and the Terps taking the ACC Championship ... These two teams have met three times in the NCAA Tournament and Duke holds a 2-1 edge in NCAA postseason play ... This is the first time since 2005 they have seen each other in the NCAA Tournament ... Duke advanced to its first NCAA title game in 2005 with an 18-9 win over Maryland.

Danowski Headlines Duke's All-ACC Selections

Duke head coach John Danowski was named the 2011 ACC Coach of the Year after guiding the Blue Devils to the ACC title and a 3-0 record in league play ... This is the second time Danowski has been honored as the top coach in the ACC by his peers ... Junior CJ Costabile and freshman Jordan Wolf were named to the All-ACC squad ... The honor is the first for both Blue Devils and Wolf was one of three freshmen chosen.

Scouting Duke

The Blue Devils (14-5) defeated No. 4 Notre Dame 7-5 in the quarterfinal round in Foxborough, Mass. on May 22 ... Senior Zach Howell paces the offense with 42 goals and 16 assists for 58 points ... He has registered at least one goal in 25 of the past 27 outings ... Freshman Jordan Wolf is second with 51 points from 31 goals and 20 assists, while rookie Christian Walsh has 20 goals for the year ... Sophomore David Lawson has come on strong, netting eight goals in the final three regular season games of the year and 12 points in the past five outings ... Junior CJ Costabile and freshman Brendan Fowler share faceoff duties ... Costabile holds a .524 win percentage (97-of-185) at the X, while Fowler is 84-of-151 (.556) ... Costabile is tops on the squad in ground balls with 94 ... Senior Tom Montelli leads the charge on defense with 52 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers ... Senior Terrence Molinari anchors the defensive midfield with 36 ground balls and came up with a big caused turnover in the waning minutes against Notre Dame ...  In goal, sophomore Dan Wigrizer is 11-5 overall with a 9.21 goals against average and a .553 save percentage ... He has 10-plus saves in 10 games this season and is averaging 10.5 saves per game ... Backup goalie Mike Rock earned the start in the first round, making a career-high 12 saves  to post the victory ... He is 3-0 this season in his three starts with a 9.06 goals against average and a .492 save percentage ... Duke is allowing 9.10 goals per game this season.

Scouting Maryland

Maryland enters the NCAA Semifinals with a 12-4 overall record and defeated top-seeded Syracuse 6-5 in overtime to advance to Baltimore ... Ryan Young leads the offense with 19 goals and 27 assists for 46 points  ... Grant Catalino leads the team in goals with 26, including the overtime game-winner against the Orange ... Curtis Holmes is outstanding at the faceoff X, winning 63 percent of his restarts (199-of-317) and picking up 71 ground balls ... Brett Schmidt highlights the defense with 22 caused turnovers and 50 ground balls ... In goal, Niko Amato has a 6.81 goals against average and a .578 save percentage ... As a team, Maryland ranks 12th in scoring offense (10.88 g/gm) and fourth in scoring defense (7.06).

Duke in the NCAA Tournament Statistics

After two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, Duke is among the top five teams in six categories ... The Blue Devils rank third in shot percentage (.379),  fourth in saves per game (13.0) and save percentage (.578) and fifth in goals per game (11.0), man-up goals (1) and goals against average (9.50) ... Individually,  Dan Wigrizer is first in save percentage (.737), third in saves per game (14.0) and fifth in goals against average (5.0).

Duke in the Month of May

The Blue Devils have played 110 games in the month of May and sport a 53-56-1 all-time record in the fifth month ... Under head coach John Danowski, Duke is an astounding 17-3 in the month of May ... Duke has not lost a game in May since the 2009 NCAA semifinal against Syracuse on May 23.

Double-Digit Goal Games

Duke has scored 10-plus goals 13 times this season ... The Blue Devils are 12-1 when notching double-digit goals ... Only ACC rival Virginia and Siena have more double-digit games with 15 and 14, respectively.

1

Virginia

15

2

Siena

14

3

Duke

13

 

Denver

13

 

Cornell

13

6

Robert Morris

12

 

Johns Hopkins

12

 

Bucknell

12

Shots on Target

Starting the week prior to the matchup with Delaware, Duke's short stick players all gathered for what the team calls "shooting camp" ... The players work on shooting for about an hour and it has paid off as the Blue Devils rank third in the NCAA Tournament in shooting percentage (.379) ... Duke led all teams in the first round with a .500 shooting percentage ... Duke has scored 22 goals on 58 shots in the two contests ... Overall on the year, Duke ranks  fourth nationally in shot percentage (.340).

Déja Vu

At this time in 2010, the Blue Devils were headed into the NCAA Semifinals with a 14-4 record and without an ACC Tournament crown for the first time under head coach John Danowski ... Fast forward to this season, the Blue Devils advanced one game farther in the ACC Tournament, but again was not able to capture the crown ... There are many similarities between the two seasons.

Category

2010

2011

Record

14-4

14-5

Record after first 4 games

2-Feb

2-Feb

Record since first 4 games

2-Dec

3-Dec

Scoring Offense

13.83

12.63

Shots Per Game

39.2

37.2

Shooting Percentage

0.353

0.34

Shots on Goal Percentage

0.668

0.626

Assists Per Game

8.7

6.1

Man-Up Offense

0.508

0.311

Man-Down Defense

0.617

0.672

Ground Balls per Game

36.3

35.5

Faceoffs

250-of-461 (.542)

244-of-470 (.519)

Ground ball Margin

+9.2/gm

+7.4/gm

Turnovers

15.9

16.5

Save Percentage

0.505

0.542

Spreading the Goals Around

Duke has had at least five different goal scorers in 17 of the 19 games this season and has had 10 games with at least eight different Blue Devils registering a goal ... Against Presbyterian, Duke had 15 players tally a goal.

Blue Devils Have Balanced Scoring

Duke's second-ranked scoring offense is a balanced one this season ... The Blue Devils have five different players with 20-plus goals ... Only Hartford has more with six players with at least 20 goals on the year ... Overall 10 teams have at least four players with 20-plus goals for the season. 

Hartford

6

33, 25, 23, 22, 22, 20

Duke

5

42, 30, 22, 21, 20

Robert Morris

4

50, 34, 20, 25

Cornell

4

42, 40, 28, 27

Virginia

4

41, 29, 24, 20

Quinnipiac

4

26, 23, 21, 20

Marist

4

31, 28, 24, 22

Lehigh

4

33, 27, 24, 22

Siena

4

40, 31, 29, 22

Denver

4

45, 29, 31, 27

North Carolina

4

25, 24, 23, 21

Ground Ball Game Leads Duke

One of the Duke coaching staff's favorite statistics is ground balls ... The Blue Devils have won the ground ball battle in 13 of 19 games this season ... Duke holds a +7.4 per game advantage on average in ground balls this year and currently ranks fifth among Division I programs in ground balls per game ... Duke's win over Notre Dame marked the first time this season the Blue Devils earned a victory when losing the ground ball battle.

Quick Starters

The Blue Devils are dominating the first two quarters of games this season ... Duke holds a 123-80 edge in scoring during the opening two stanzas of the game ... The Blue Devils have led after 30 minutes 12 times and are unbeaten when leading at the half.

Home Sweet Home

Duke had its nation-best 17-game home win streak snapped with a loss to Maryland in the ACC Championship ... The  Blue Devils have fared well at home since 2005, going 67-7 overall ... Under head coach John Danowski, Duke is 50-6 in Durham.

Success On the Road

Duke has been outstanding in true road games under the guidance of head coach John Danowski ... The Blue Devils are 14-2 in games played on an opponent's home field ... Duke's last true road loss came at Pennsylvania this season on Feb. 26.

Against Ranked Opponents

Since 2006, Duke has amassed a 60-21 (.741) record versus ranked opponents ... Duke is 7-4 against ranked opponents in 2011 with all of those coming against top 10 teams.

One Goal Games

Duke improved to 66-61 all-time in games decided by one goal after defeating Delaware 15-14 in the NCAA Tournament first round ... Duke played a program-high seven one-goal games in both 1994 and 1997 ... The Blue Devils played five one-goal contests in 2010, going 4-1 ... Duke is 8-5 in one-goal games under John Danowski ... In NCAA Tournament action, Duke is 5-7 in one-goal games.

Duke In Overtime Contests

Duke has played 35 overtime games in its history ... The Blue Devils are 17-17-1 ... Under head coach John Danowski, Duke is 4-1 in contests that go into overtime ... Duke is 2-0 in NCAA Tournament overtime games, with wins over Johns Hopkins (QF in 1997) and Notre Dame (Final in 2010).

Opponent Scoring Droughts

Duke has held two opponents without a goal for over 30 minutes this season ... Here is a look at the scoring droughts of at least 15 minutes by an opponent this season.

Loyola

34:23:00

Mercer

30:26:00

Jacksonville

28:58:00

Notre Dame (5/22)

27:41:00

Presbyterian

25:30:00

Georgetown

22:49

North Carolina

21:02

Maryland

20:53

Penn

17:51

Siena

17:45

Virginia (4/22)

16:19

Brown

15:10

Syracuse

15:07

A Tale of Two Seasons

Duke started the season with a 1-2 record reeling off an 13-3 record since ... The Blue Devils' statistics demonstrate Duke's overall improvement.

Category

First 3

Last 15

Scoring Offense

10

13.12

Shots Per Game

34

37.8

Shooting Percentage

0.294

0.348

Shots on Goal Percentage

0.569

0.636

Assists Per Game

6

6.3

Man-Up Offense

0.222

0.321

Man-Down Defense

0.5

0.685

Ground Balls per Game

33.3

35.9

Faceoffs

100-of-178 (.562)

210-of-406 (.517)

Groundball Margin

+5.0/gm

+7.9/gm

Turnovers

21.3

13.9

Save Percentage

0.528

0.545

100 Wins In Seven Seasons

With over 100 victories in the past seven seasons, Duke has compiled more wins than any other program in the country from 2005-11.

NCAA Most Wins From 2005-11 (May 22)

1

Duke

102-21

0.829

2

Virginia

95-21

0.819

3

Cornell

81-22

0.786

4

Notre Dame

77-26

0.748

 

Syracuse

77-27

0.74

6

Johns Hopkins

76-30

0.717

7

Maryland

75-36

0.676

8

Navy

67-39

0.632

9

Delaware

67-45

0.598

10

Princeton

60-38

0.612

Recent ACC History

Duke has launched itself to the top of the ACC since 2001, winning five league titles and sporting a .685 winning percentage ... Here is how it breaks down across the four teams since 2001.

ACC - 2001-10

Team

ACCRS

ACCT

NCAAT

Total

Champ

Duke

19-13

13-5

5-0

37-17

5

UVA

19-13

9-8

2-1

30-22

3

MD

18-15

9-8

1-3

28-26

3

UNC

7-25

1-11

0-4

8-40

0

ACC - 2005-10

Team

ACCRS

ACCT

NCAAT

Total

Champ

Duke

16-4

8-2

5-0

29-5

3

UVA

12-8

5-5

1-1

17-14

2

MD

10-11

6-5

1-2

17-18

2

UNC

3-18

1-7

0-3

4-28

0

Dan Wigrizer Shines in NCAA Quarterfinal

Sophomore goaltender Dan Wigrizer made 14 saves on 19 shots to help Duke to the 7-5 victory over Notre Dame in the NCAA Quarterfinal ... His .737 save percentage in that game is the highest for Wigrizer when playing the entire 60 minutes ... He posted a .750 percentage (15 saves on 20 shots) against Harvard as a rookie in 56 minutes of action ... He has posted at least a .700 save percentage four times in his career and in each of his past two contests.

Dan Wigrizer Moves Up Duke Records List

Wigrizer's 14 saves against Notre Dame pushed his NCAA Tournament career total to 29 to rank sixth among Duke goalies in NCAA Tournament history ... Dan Loftus holds the all-time Duke mark with 72 stops.

Mike Rock Comes Through in NCAA Tournament

Senior goaltender Mike Rock made his third career start in the NCAA Tournament against Delaware ... Rock is 3-0 in the NCAA postseason with wins over Johns Hopkins and North Carolina in 2010 and Delaware this year ... He made a career-high 12 saves against the Blue Hens ... In NCAA Tournament games, Rock has played 131:39 minutes, made 15 saves and allowed 23 goals ... Overall he sports a 10.5 goals against average in the NCAA Tournament.

Family Ties

Duke senior midfielder Kevin Young and Maryland senior attackman Ryan Young will meet this weekend  ... Kevin and Ryan are twins and their older brother Michael played lacrosse at Duke and graduated in 2008.

Blue Devils Against Maryland

Eight current Blue Devils have registered at least one point against Maryland during their careers ... Senior Zach Howell leads the way with nine goals and one assist for 10 points ... Here is the breakdown.

Overall Career (Games Played)

 

Zach Howell (5)

9g, 1a, 10pts

Justin Turri (4)

2g, 3a, 5pts

Jordan Wolf (2)

3g, 1a, 4 pts

Jake Tripucka (3)

2g, 1a, 3 pts

Christian Walsh (2)

3a, 3 pts

Robert Rotanz (4)

2g, 2 pts

David Lawson (3)

4g, 1 pts

Josh Dionne (2)

1g, 1 pt

Blue Devils in the NCAA Tournament

Fourteen current Blue Devils have scored a goal and 15 players have registered a point in a NCAA Tournament game in their careers ... Senior Zach Howell leads the way with 22 goals and 30 points overall.

Overall Career (Games Played)

 

Zach Howell (9)

22g, 8a, 30 pts

Justin Turri (9)

10g, 6a, 16 pts

CJ Costabile (9)

5g, 1a, 6 pts

Robert Rotanz (9)

6g, 1a, 7 pts

Jordan Wolf (2)

4g, 2a, 6 pts

Tom Montelli (11)

3g, 1a, 4 pts

Josh Offit (4)

2g, 1a, 3 pts

Christian Walsh (2)

1g, 2a, 3 pts

David Lawson (6)

1g, 2a, 3 pts

Terrence Molinari (13)

1g, 0a, 1 pt

Bill Conners (5)

1g, 0a, 1 pt

Jake Tripucka (6)

1g, 0a, 1 pt

Josh Dionne (2)

1g, 0a, 1 pt

Tucker Virtue (2)

1g, 0a, 1 pt

Kevin Young (4)

0g, 1a, 1 pt

Top Scoring Duo

The tandem of attackmen Zach Howell and Jordan Wolf have scored 109 points on 73 goals and 36 assists ... The total ranks seventh among Division I scoring duos.

1

Rob Pannell/David Lau, Cornell

132

2

Mark Matthews /Alex Demopoulos, Denver

126

3

Bryan Neufeld/Danny Martinsen, Siena

118

4

Scott Perri/Robert Church, Drexel

115

5

Jeremy Boltus /Garrett Thul, Army

114

6

Steele Stanwick/Chris Bocklet, Virginia

110

7

Zach Howell/Jordan Wolf, Duke

109

Howell's Career Hat Tricks

Senior attackman Zach Howell  netted his 22nd career hat trick with four goals against Delaware (5/14) ... Howell ranks sixth among active players in 2011 in career hat tricks ... He is tops among players still active this season.

1

Jordan McBride, Stony Brook, Sr., A

30

2

Kevin Crowley, Stony Brook, Sr., A

27

3

Andrew Feinberg, Brown, Sr., A

24

 

Jay Card, Hofstra, Sr., A

24

5

Bryan Neufeld, Siena, Jr., A

23

6

Zach Howell, Duke, Sr., A

22

Lawson Riding a Point Scoring Streak

Sophomore David Lawson continued his scoring streak against Notre Dame with a goal and an assist... He has at least one point in each of the past 15 games ... He was last held scoreless on Feb. 26, 2011 at Pennsylvania.

Howell Among Active Goal Scorer Leaders

Senior attackman Zach Howell is one of 14 current players to have at least 100 career goals to his name ... He leads all current ACC goal scorers with 133 tallies and the next closest being Grant Catalino of Maryland with 114 tallies.

1

Jordan McBride, Stony Brook, Sr., A

175

2

Trevor Moore, Robert Morris, Sr., A

134

3

Stephen Keogh, Sr., A

133

 

Zach Howell, Duke, Sr., A

133

5

Kevin Crowley, Stony Brook, Sr., M

130

 

Wigrizer Part of Elite Fraternity

Sophomore Dan Wigrizer is a part of a small fraternity of goaltenders who captured NCAA Championships as freshmen between the pipes ... He is one of six freshmen goalies to achieve the feat ... Wigrizer joins Rodney Rullman (Virginia, 1972), Kevin Mahon (Johns Hopkins, 1974), Quint Kessenich (Johns Hopkins, 1987) and Derek Kenney (Virginia, 1999) and John Galloway (Syracuse, 2008) ... Only Galloway went on to win another national title in his career as the Orange captured the 2009 crown.

John Danowski Ranks Among the Best

John Danowski ranks among the best Division I lacrosse coaches in history ... He is in the top 10 among active coaches in both win percentage and career wins.

School

Years

W

L

Pct.

LIU-C.W. Post

1983-85

27

16

0.628

Hofstra

1986-06

192

123

0.61

Duke

2007-P

80

18

0.816

Total

28 years

299

157

0.656

NCAA Winningest Active Coaches in 2011

Winning Percentage

 

Coach, School

W

L

Pct.

1

John Desko, Syracuse

162

46

0.779

2

Bill Tierney, Denver

299

100

0.749

3

Dom Starsia, Virginia

327

118

0.735

4

Dave Urick, Georgetown

338

123

0.733

5

Dave Pietramala, J. Hopkins

149

58

0.72

6

Jeff Tambroni, Penn State

116

47

0.712

7

Scott Nelson, Marist

231

110

0.698

8

Mike Pressler, Bryant

284

129

0.688

9

John Danowski, Duke

299

157

0.656

10

Kevin Corrigan, Notre Dame

227

121

0.652

 

Wins

 

Coach, School

W

L

1

Dave Urick, Georgetown

338

123

2

Dom Starsia, Virginia

327

118

3

Bob Shillinglaw, Delaware

299

264

4

John Danowski, Duke

299

157

5

Bill Tierney, Denver

299

100

6

Mike Pressler, Bryant

284

129

7

Tony Seaman, Towson

263

166

8

Scott Nelson, Marist

231

110

9

Kevin Corrigan, Notre Dame

227

121

10

Don Zimmerman, UMBC

208

130


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