Maryland has narrowed down the Athletic Director (AD) search to 3 finalists according to a report early this morning from Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun.
Hearing that Maryland will be interviewing three finalists – Temple AD Patrick Kraft, former Tennessee AD John Currie and acting Terp AD Damon Evans – to replace Kevin Anderson.
— Don Markus (@sportsprof56) June 20, 2018
The finalists are Temple AD Patrick Kraft, former Tennessee AD John Currie, and … Read More »
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Maryland men’s basketball assistant Dustin Clark will be leaving the program. Head Coach Mark Turgeon announced today via press release that the seven-year assistant to work closer at his family business back home in Texas. Dustin Clark has been a member of the Turgeon staff since day one and has been a key recruiter in several key gets for the Terps including Kevin Huerter, Anthony Cowan, Bruno Fernando, Aaron Wiggins, and grad transfer Rasheed Sulaimon. Dustin … Read More »