Sasho Cirovski - Camp Director / Head Coach
The success of the Maryland Terrapins is a direct reflection of the philosophy and principles of Head Coach Sasho Cirovski. Sasho is a USSF "A" licensed coach. He has led the Terrapins to two NCAA National Championships (2005 & 2008) as well as two ACC Regular Season titles (2003 & 2005) and three ACC Conference Championships (1996, 2002 & 2008). Cirovski earned 2003 and 2005 ACC Coach of the Year honors, in addition to being named the 2005 NSCAA National Coach of the Year. As a regional and national staff coach, Sasho has been instrumental in helping players of all calibers become better soccer players and better people. It is this expertise and passion for the game that has driven Sasho Cirovski throughout his career. Sasho has both his undergraduate degree and Masters in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Michael Dello-Russo - Assistant Coach
As a standout player for the Terrapins from 2001-05, Michael was an instrumental two-time captain who helped guide Maryland to its first national championship in over 30 years during the storybook season of 2005. Dello-Ruso finished his career at College Park with 20 assists, good enough for 11th place in the men's soccer record books. The Terps advanced to every year Michael was at Maryland, including four trips to the College Cup. Following his successful collegiate career at Maryland, Dello-Russo was drafted by FC Dallas of Major League Soccer, where he spent three and a half seasons with the club. Most recently, he played professionally for the Austin Aztex of USL Division I and the Baltimore Blast of the MISL in 2009.
Brian Rowland - Assistant Coach
Brian comes to Maryland after having earned many accolades throughout his impressive soccer career. Rowland contributed to the U-20 and U-23 Canadian National Teams during his tenure at UMBC, garnering a four-year starting job and All-American honors. Following college, he played eight years in the professional ranks including stints with the Toronto Lynx in the USL (2003-04), the Baltimore Blast and Milwaukee Wave in the MISL (2003-07), and then returning to Crystal Palace USA (2007-09). Brian also trailed and trained with various English Premiership sides including Manchester United, Everton, Fulham, and Crystal Palace. As a coach, Rowland has served as a goalkeeper coach with the Academy team from Crystal Palace (2007-08) and Loyola Blakefield High School (2008-09).