Discussion in 'College & Amateur Soccer' started by JohnW, Nov 14, 2004.
0-0 early, with Terps' Chris Lancos taking an early shot.
Still 0-0 in 35th minute.
Sounds like UVA may be getting better of game slightly. UVA with four shots to Maryland's two, but also Maryland with seven fouls to UVA's two.
Virginia 0-0 Maryland
Halftime in Cary, N.C.
Maryland with three offsides also.
Will the game open up like yesterday's semifinal? Not likely.
UVA draws first blood early in second half.
Adam Cristman with goal in 48th minute.
1-0 to Cavs in the 49th.
2-0 to the Cavs ... a long ball upfield for Barlow, Maryland keeper comes out to challenge, but Barlow beats him with the shot before he can get there, on 58 minutes.
6th of the season for Barlow.
As much as I like Maryland, I'd warm up the at-large list...
Still 2-0 to Cavs in the 60th.
As Lee Corso says, "Not so fast my friend..."
Jason Garey with his 20th of the season makes it a one-goal game. Assist by (who else?) Chris Lancos.
2-1 to the Cavs in the 65th with goal coming in the 64th.
Missed the Terp goal while I was watching the end of the Big East final.
Cavs still holding on.
2-1 UVA in the 82nd.
Lancos (I think it was him) with the equalizer on his foot from 9 yards in the 87th, his shot takes off and lands in Elizabeth City.
Congratulations to the ACC Tournament Champions, the Virginia Cavaliers.
Yep, add Maryland to the at-large bid list.
Congrats to UVA, wouldn't surprise me at all to see these two teams meet up again in the NCAAs.
For those of you who got to see the game (since CSN had on a absolutely thrilling Wizards game on instead), was the second UVA goal more just a good play or Noah choking yet again in a critical moment?
I'm not too concerned about the loss, especially after the last two seasons. It's all about the NCAAs for me now, and I think both these teams, dependent on the draw, have the capability to make it to the HDC.
It was a great ball by Will Hall and a nice run by Barlow, but, Palmer was slow and/or hesistant coming off his line and then did a poor job making himself big and allowed Barlow to deftly hit the ball around him.
I want to take nothing away from UVa on that play because it was a great exhibition of skill by both Cavs, but Palmer should have done much better.
Congrats to Gelnovatch. After losing the ACC final five of the first six times his Cavs played in it, he's now won two in a row, the first back-to-back ACC Tourney champs since Arena's teams won five straight from 91-95.
ditto what Sandon said ...
Noah may have made a mistake on this one ... he was definitely late getting there and the toe poke from Barlow was actually outside the 18 by a yard or so .... whether Noah got a good read or not is another question. The announcers said that he started, then hesitated, and finally came hard ... however he was off screen when the play first started so you couldn't actually see what the announcers described.
Ditto. Beautiful ball by Will Hall - his second assist on a game winner in the tourney and a nice finish by Barlow. Gelnovatch and the Cavs beat Maryland and Wake to take it for the second straight year. Congrats.