COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — Thirteen University of Maryland College Park athletics coaches and Athletic Director Damon Evans have volunteered to take additional pay cuts of up to 10%, the university said Thursday.

All of the coaches who get supplemental pay will take the additional pay cuts.

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The coaches who will be taking the pay cuts include:

  • Sasho Cirovski (men’s soccer)
  • Brenda Frese (women’s basketball)
  • Michael Locksley (football)
  • Missy Meharg (field hockey)
  • Cathy Reese (women’s lacrosse)
  • John Tillman (men’s lacrosse)
  • Mark Turgeon (men’s basketball)
  • Matt Brady (assistant men’s basketball)
  • Deandre Hayes (assistant men’s basketball)
  • Orlando Ranson (assistant men’s basketball)
  • George Helow (assistant football)
  • Jon Hoke (assistant football)
  • Scottie Montgomery (assistant football)
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The cuts, according to the athletic department, are on up of temporary salary reductions all campus employees making more than $150,000 will see. Those cuts were announced last month as part of the university’s plan to address a $292 million coronavirus-related revenue shortfall.

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CBS Baltimore Staff