Maryland says men's lacrosse coaching search is wide open
University of Maryland officials denied a report that they are focused on three candidates for their vacant men's lacrosse coaching job.
"We're only in day two of the search," said Michael Lipitz, senior associate athletic director for varsity sports, said on Tuesday. "At this point, everyone is a candidate."
Dave Cottle resigned as Maryland's coach on Sunday afternoon. The Terrapins went 12-4 and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals this season; they are expected to have back eight starters from the team that lost to Notre Dame, 7-5, on Saturday in the NCAA tournament.
On Monday, citing sources in the coaching world, The Washington Post reported that Maryland was focused on three candidates: Bryant Coach Mike Pressler, Syracuse women's coach Gary Gait and Notre Dame Coach Kevin Corrigan.
May 26, 2010; 1:08 PM ET
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