Positivity playing a big role in Maryland men’s soccer team’s success

By Kyle Melnick

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Maryland men’s soccer head coach Sasho Cirovski believes positive thinking is crucial to success on the field. (Photo credit: Marquise McKine/The Diamondback)

Inside the Maryland men’s soccer team’s locker room, signs of positive words cover the walls.

No matter where the Terps players look they’re reminded of the squad’s values. In one corner the Maryland players see “Perseverance,” while in another they see “Commitment” and “Concentration.” On the field, the positive messages don’t stop. Coach Sasho Cirovski writes “WW” on his wrist, which stands for “winning words.”

Since Cirovski took the Terps heading coach job in 1993, he’s made positivity a core value of the team. By doing so, he’s led Maryland to two national championships and 18 Sweet 16s. Continue reading “Positivity playing a big role in Maryland men’s soccer team’s success”

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