College Sports Archive: May / June 2010
UMD Names Committee To Find Yow's Replacement
University of Maryland president C.D. Mote Jr. has announced the members of the 17-person search committee to find a replacement for outgoing director of athletics Debbie Yow.
Washington College Hires Former Terp Standout Jeff Shirk
Washington College in Chestertown, Md., has hired former University of Maryland standout Jeff Shirk as the school's next men’s lacrosse head coach.
Yow Leaving UMD For NC State
After 16 years as athletic director of the University of Maryland, Debbie Yow is on her way out of College Park. Yow, a North Carolina native, has been named the new AD at N.C. State in Raleigh.
Memphis Drafts Vasquez At No. 28
University of Maryland's All-American point guard Greivis Vasquez became the ninth Gary Williams product selected in the first round of the NBA draft Thursday night when the Memphis Grizzlies took him at No. 28.
For Whitaker, It's New Life, New Career
Former Virginia Tech quarterback Ike Whitaker has signed a two-year deal with the Canadian Football League's Montreal Alouettes, giving him new promise for a professional career after a miraculous recovery.
It's Official: Tillman Signs Seven-Year Deal with Maryland
On June 16 the University of Maryland athletic department announced John Tillman as the ninth head coach of the men's lacrosse team. Tillman comes to College Park after three seasons as the head coach at Harvard University.
Terps Coach Cottle Steps Down
University of Maryland men's lacrosse coach Dave Cottle stepped down May 23 after nine seasons leading the Terrapins.
• Maryland Continues Search for New Coach
NCAA Lax: Quarterfinal Previews
No. 3 Maryland faces Notre Dame Saturday in Princeton as the Terps try to secure their first trip to the national semifinals since 2006.
• Stevenson Advances With Win Over Cabrini
Terps Intent On Shedding 'Curse'
It has been 35 years since Maryland's last triumph in the tournament, and Brian Phipps and his Terps teammates are set on bringing home some hardware of their own.
Four Maryland Schools Make Tourney
The NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Committee announced the field for its championship tournament May 9, and it includes four Maryland schools -- Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Loyola and Mount St. Mary's.
• Stevenson Earns No. 2 Seed in Division III Tournament
Lacrosse Killing Stuns UVA Campus
Spirits are low at the University of Virginia campus with one lacrosse-playing student dead and another in jail. Both are from Maryland.
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