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MM 10.2: Maryland coaches, athletic director take voluntary pay cuts

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland Terrapins athletic director Damon Evans and 13 coaches with supplemental pay have volunteered to take pay cuts in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic’s financial impact.

Mark Turgeon (men’s basketball), Mike Locksley (football), Brenda Frese (women’s basketball), Sasho Cirovski (men’s soccer), John Tillman (men’s lacrosse), Missy Meharg (field hockey) and Cathy Reese (women’s lacrosse), as well as Evans, will undergo up to a 10 percent reduction on top of the university’s mandatory salary reductions.

Men’s basketball assistant coaches Matt Brady, Deandre Haynes and Orlando Ranson and football assistant coaches George Helow, Jon Hoke and Scottie Montgomery also volunteered to take a pay cut.

“This is an incredible demonstration of generosity and commitment to the mission of our athletic department,” Evans said in a release. “I appreciate these coaches’ continued understanding during these unprecedented times.”

In other news

Matt provided updates from Maryland football’s media availability.

The team posted highlights from its first practice in pads of the 2020 season, which took place Wednesday.

Maryland women’s basketball sophomore Ashley Owusu showcased her court vision with this dime to newcomer Taisiya Kozlova.

Plenty of teams shared snapshots of their athletes back in action.