A week ago, Josh Woodrum was talking with Cleveland Browns coaches about what the Ravens like to do on offense. This week, the quarterback has been giving the Ravens information on Cleveland’s preferences.
That’s the life of a young player like Woodrum, who enjoyed a fairly successful preseason with the Ravens but was cut on Sept. 2.Read more
They’ll gather on Saturday at a teammate’s home in Phoenix, more than 50 Calvert Hall alumni who played lacrosse for the school’s first championship teams nearly half a century ago. There will be hugs to give, stories to tell and tributes to share. Mostly, though, the aging players will huddle around their embattled coach, Dick Edell, who led the Cardinals to the top.Read more
Maryland welcomed back a familiar face to its coaching staff.
A little bit more than a month after associate head coach/defensive coordinator Kevin Conry left the 2017 NCAA Division I champion to become the head coach at Michigan, the Terps announced on Monday afternoon the hiring of former long-stick midfielder Jesse Bernhardt to fill the vacancy created by Conry’s departure on June 22.Read more
The past 30 days have been a whirlwind for Kevin Conry. Just weeks after helping Maryland capture its first NCAA men’s lacrosse championship since 1975, the Terps associate head coach and defensive coordinator was named the new head coach at Michigan on June 21. Nine days later, he and wife Elizabeth welcomed their third daughter Charlotte to join big sisters Isabelle (4 years old) and Lily (2).Read more
Matthew P. Hearn, a former Dulaney High School lacrosse star who was working as a marketing consultant for a Salt Lake City television station, died July 13 as a result of a climbing accident in Utah.
He was 26.
Mr. Hearn and several friends were climbing Cottonwood Canyon on Storm Mountain near Salt Lake City when he fell from the summit.Read more
With the same daring nature one must possess to become the country’s best high school lacrosse player while growing up in Utah, Cole “Bubba” Fairman charged toward the sideline after scoring in the Under Armour All-America Boys Lacrosse Game.
His friend, Elliott, stood in Fairman’s path with his back turned.Read more