• Led the men’s soccer team to the 2018 National Championship, his third national title at Maryland (2005, 2008). The title made Cirovski the ninth coach to win at least three NCAA Men’s College Cups.
• The Terps rebounded from a 4-5-3 start to end the season on a 9-1-1 tear. The Terps did not give up a goal in the last 500 minutes of the season, including the entire NCAA Tournament. Maryland did not score in its first four games before ending the season scoring in its last 12 matches.
• Led his team to his 24th NCAA postseason appearance, ninth College Cup appearance and 25th straight winning season.
• Developed Donovan Pines into the best center back in the country and helped him earn All-American honors. Also had Matt Di Rosa, the NCAA Elite 90 Award winner for the men’s College Cup.
• Produced four MLS SuperDraft selections (Dayne St. Clair, Chase Gasper, Andrew Samuels, Amar Sejdic) and two players that signed pro contracts (Donovan Pines and Sebastian Elney).
• Has Helped lead Maryland to a 10-2 start through April 15 with a 2-1 mark in Big Ten Play as the Terps remained ranked inside the top-10 nationally all season
• Defensive unit ranks among the best in the country, as Maryland has held seven opponents to under 10 goals this season.
• Clinched Maryland’s 94th consecutive winning season as a program
• Led men’s basketball to its fourth NCAA Tournament in the last five seasons
• Won 23 games, including 13 in the Big Ten Conference, with the nation’s 4th-youngest team and 8th toughest schedule
• Won five more games in conference play than last season - the third-largest jump in the league
Men's Track & Field
• Helped develop Kameron Jones who now holds school records in the 600m, 300m and 4x400m, and finished third in the 600m at the USATF Indoor Championships, running against professionals and setting the 11th best time ever run in the event
• Brought in a trio of Jamaican track & field athletes, two of which have already made their mark on Maryland Track in Dashawn Morris (school records in 400m, 4x400m) and Colin Rowe (school record in 4x400m)
• Helped develop world-class discus thrower Greg Thompson, who has placed first in two competitions and second at the Florida Relays, one of the largest meets of the outdoor track & field season, and set a new school record with a 61.39m throw