FOXOBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- Drew Snider tied his career high with four goals and Maryland advanced to the NCAA title game for the second straight year with a 16-10 victory over third-seeded Duke on Saturday.
Owen Blye added three goals for the Terrapins (12-5), who will play in-state rival Loyola for the national title Monday. The Greyhounds held off Notre Dame 7-5 in the first semifinal.
Maryland put away the Blue Devils (15-5) with a run of six straight goals after Duke pulled to 10-8 early in the fourth quarter.
The Atlantic Coast Conference rivals split the regular-season series with both winning at home, but the Terps dominated in the most important matchup, scoring the first three goals of the game and getting more than half their shots into the net.
Maryland, which lost to Virginia 9-7 last year in the title game, finished with 29 shots and scored the most goals Duke has allowed this season.
Niko Amato made 10 saves for the Terps, who advanced to their 11th championship game.
Duke's Dan Wigrizer allowed 13 goals before being pulled in the fourth quarter as Maryland put the game out of reach.
The Blue Devils unraveled quickly.
Robert Rotanz pulled Duke to 10-8 with an unassisted goal 2:16 into the fourth quarter. It was his second of the game and 40th of the season, but Maryland answered quickly on Snider's goal with 12:17 left.
Blye bounced a shot past Wigrizer for his second goal of the game, putting the Terps up 12-8 with 10:09 left, then Joe Cummings added another for Maryland just 59 seconds later. It was the 31st goal of the season for Cummings, who also had three assists and leads the Terps in scoring.
Now down 13-8 minutes after pulling within two, Duke called a timeout after Cummings' goal with 9:10 left.
It didn't help.
Duke also replaced Wigrizer in goal with Kyle Turri, who charged way out to try an intercept a pass, leaving a wide-open net for Blye's third goal of the game, putting Maryland up 14-8 with 6:01 remaining. Turri got caught out of position again with 5:02 to go and Kevin Forster took advantage with his second goal of the game.
Sean McGuire made it 16-8 with his first goal of the season with only 2:57 remaining.
Duke finally ended the Terps' scoring run when he scored with 1:27 left as both teams sent in the reserves to finish out the game.