Maryland-Johns Hopkins introduce crab-shaped rivalry trophy

Tuesday April 21st, 2015

Maryland and Johns Hopkins will face one another on the lacrosse field on Saturday, and after over 100 meetings between the squads, they finally have a rivalry trophy.

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The schools unveiled a 25-pound, wooden, crab-shaped trophy, built from reclaimed wood from Baltimore, and cleverly named "The Rivalry Trophy."

The teams have faced off for the national championship three times, and their next game will determine if Maryland wins the Big Ten title outright, or will have to share it with the Blue Jays of Johns Hopkins.

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