And judging by the way things played out, Lehigh will probably want to wait another 84 years before playing the Terps again.
Behind last-second heroics from senior All-ACC selection Joe Cummings, Maryland won 10-9 in a thrilling finish that required no knowledge or passion of lacrosse to enjoy.
Cummings scored the game-winner -- his second goal of the game -- after Maryland milked nearly five minutes off the clock in a knotted 9-9 tie.
After getting out to a 6-1 lead halfway through the second quarter, the Terps saw Lehigh score back-to-back-to-back goals, thanks to two from Kyle Stiefel to cut the deficit to 6-4 at the half.
The Mountain Hawks continued their tear in the second half, scoring four straight to tally seven consecutive goals with 11 minutes left in the third quarter.
After being shut out for the entire third quarter, Maryland's Drew Snider scored one of his three goals just two minutes into the fourth quarter. But Lehigh's Dante Fantoni scored 30 seconds later and the Mountain Hawks maintained a 9-7 lead. Unfortunately for Lehigh, that was the last goal it would score.
Snider and Mike Chanenchuk scored back-to-back goals for the Terps to tie the game with under seven minutes. And Snider finished things off with a terrific goal that only surfaced in super-low resolution on YouTube (below).
Maryland faces No. 2 Johns Hopkins this Saturday on ESPN2 at 12pm. The Terps beat Hopkins 9-6 last month, but the Blue Jays are 12-3 and one of the odds-on favorites to win the NCAA Tournament.