Here are Wayne Viener and Mason “the Intern” discussing the football loss and the lacrosse action –
The Young Terps and (old Terp) Wayne Viener visited Notre Dame to take a look around – here is the lacrosse facility
Here is Jesse talking with Bruce on TerpTalk as aired 1300 CBS Sports Radio
Former Maryland men’s lacrosse head coach Dave Cottle has been selected for enshrinement into the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2017.
Cottle, who is currently the General Manager for the Chesapeake Bayhawks, is joined in the induction class … Read More »
Goalkeeper Niko Amato was spectacular once again while attackman Josh Byrne continued his remarkable rookie season, but their efforts were not enough to carry the Chesapeake Bayhawks in a back-and-forth battle with the Denver Outlaws. Amato recorded 18 saves to shut down a high-powered offense while Byrne scored four goals … Read More »
Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach talks about the great Terp fan base, the support from alumni and winning the national championship in this video from the Bayhawk’s Maryland Night on 7/20/2017
Maryland men’s lacrosse head coach John Tillman has announced the hiring of Jesse Bernhardt as assistant coach. Bernhardt will work primarily with the defense.
“We are thrilled to have Jesse return to the Maryland men’s lacrosse program,” Tillman said. “Jesse has had success in our system as both … Read More »
Bruce and Wayne had the chance to talk to two of the Maryland lacrosse national champions from the men’s team last night in Annapolis. Here are #41 Bryce Young and #47 Ethan Mintzer.
From Todd Carton
The 2017 Men’s Lacrosse National Champion Maryland Terrapins receive four honors Thursday night in Annapolis. The first two came before the MLL game between the Chesapeake Bayhawks and the Florida Launch. First, The Touchdown Club of Annapolis honored them as the collegiate team of the year. Then … Read More »
When Logan Wisnauskas called and told his parents that he wanted to transfer home and go to school in his home state, they were shocked at first.
But the Wisnauskas’s knew that Logan was making the best decision for himself.
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