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Ryan Moran, Kevin Warne expected to fill new roles on Terps' men's lacrosse staff

John Tillman, the new men's lacrosse coach at Maryland, is expected to name Ryan Moran and Kevin Warne as his full-time assistants, two sources familiar with the situation said on Monday night.

Moran is a current assistant at Maryland and also graduated from the school. Warne was with Tillman at Harvard and is considered one of the top young defensive coordinators in the game. Warne had been a finalist for the vacant job at Division III Washington (Md.) College.

Meantime, the same sources said that the list of candidates to replace Tillman at Harvard includes Brown Coach Lars Tiffany.

Tillman, who went 20-19 in three years at Harvard, took the Maryland job last week in a move first reported by InsideLacrosse.com and the Baltimore Sun. He signed a seven-year contract, according to an official release from the school.

The Terrapins went 12-4 last year and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals. Eight players who started in the quarterfinal loss to Notre Dame are expected back; that does not include senior attackman Travis Reed (20 goals), who was a reserve in the quarterfinals.

By Christian Swezey  |  June 21, 2010; 9:18 PM ET
Categories:  Men's lacrosse  
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Comments

Does your source have a list of potential candidates for the Harvard coaching job. Seems very secretive since no official names have been announced.

Posted by: Dlaxster | June 22, 2010 12:31 PM | Report abuse

what happens to slaf???

Posted by: jimmy_the_crickett | June 22, 2010 1:09 PM | Report abuse

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