Jared Bernhardt Caps Stellar Career With Maryland Men’s Lacrosse

Just the second Maryland men’s lacrosse player ever to win the Tewaaraton Award, Jared Bernhardt set Terps records for career points and single-season points, but his legacy goes beyond statistics. “It’s that confidence, the swagger, the leadership, the mentality,” coach John Tillman said.

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Dave Pietramala On What Makes Maryland Men’s Lacrosse’s Jared Bernhardt So Special

Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala, who will be a studio analyst for ESPN’s coverage of the men’s lacrosse Final Four, says there’s no clear favorite among the four teams remaining but Maryland may have the player best suited for the big moment in Jared Bernhardt.

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Maryland, Loyola Men’s Lacrosse Finish On Opposite Ends Of Dramatic Finishes In Quarters

Maryland and Loyola were on the opposite ends of thrilling finishes in the NCAA men’s lacrosse quarterfinals, with Maryland’s Anthony DeMaio delivering the game-winning goal in OT against Notre Dame. “This was the kind of game where neither team deserved to lose,” John Tillman said.

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For Maryland Men’s Lacrosse, A Businesslike Win To Move On … For Loyola, A Dramatic One

Maryland men’s lacrosse rolled into the next round of the NCAA Tournament, while Loyola pulled off the biggest upset in the first round of games. Todd Karpovich breaks it down.

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Maryland’s John Tillman, Loyola’s Charley Toomey Grateful For Opportunity To Play On

Maryland men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman and Loyola coach Charley Toomey had similar emotions after their teams were selected to this year’s NCAA Tournament, but their teams took very different paths to get to this point.

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John Tillman ‘Really Proud’ Of Maryland Men’s Lacrosse’s Success Amid Challenging Year

John Tillman has led Maryland to seven Final Fours and won the national title in 2017. He feels that same championship energy with this year’s 10-0 squad. “I’m really proud of them for what they’ve accomplished … because they’ve really had to do a lot more than a typical team,” Tillman said.

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