's women's lacrosse team will head up Interstate 95 this weekend to do something that most coaches usually try to avoid -- play games on back-to-back days.
The No. 1 Terps will play at
“We were going to head up there during spring break, so it just so happened that we could knock both games out both with one trip, head up to Boston and then Long Island,” Terps coach
Although it seems likely the Terps, who have already beaten No. 5 Duke and No. 11
One of the biggest challenges for the undefeated Terps is preparation, but with seven days off between their 20-10 win over No. 9 Penn State and the first draw at Boston College, Reese is more concerned with sharpening her team's play.
"Our main focus right now is getting better on what we need to improve on," Reese said. "I think the key for us because both teams are going to do different things well, is to be able to do what we do well and then we'll prepare prior to those games. As we get along in the week, we'll do our scouting report and game plan for Boston College and then when we get into the hotel on Saturday night, we'll take care of Stony Brook game prep, but really this week, our focus is on tightening up things we need to do better."