Yeatman's Honor Roll
2010 U.S. National Team Tryout Pool Selection
2008 Preseason Second Team All-American
2007 Honorable Mention All-American
2007 LaxPower Rookie of the Year
2007 GWLL Newcomer of the Year
2007 First Team All-GWLL
As a senior (2010): One goal in his first career start at midfield ... first hat trick as a Terp, scoring three times in a span of 5:47 - all during Maryland's decisive 7-0 scoring run, in 15-13 win at No. 13 Georgetown (2/27) ... selected ACC Player of the Week for his efforts vs. the Hoyas ... two goals, including an extra-man tally, in 11-10 overtime win vs. No. 9 Duke (3/6) ... one groundball in 12-8 win over Towson (3/13) ... one assist and three groundballs in 10-7 win over Penn (3/15) ... one goal in 13-7 win at UMBC (3/20) ... returned to starting on attack and responded with a career-best four goals, along with one assist, in 11-10 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/3) ... missed the Navy game due to a broken thumb sustained during practice on April 5 ... returned 10 days after having surgery to repair his broken thumb with one goal, one assist and one groundball in 10-9 win over No. 16 Johns Hopkins (4/17) ... missed the 10-6 loss to Virginia (4/25) in ACC finals due to a mild concussion sustained vs. North Carolina (4/23) in the semifinals ... was held out as a precaution for the in 17-4 win over Fairfield (5/1) ... returned to action and had two goals and an assist in 18-10 win vs. Colgate (5/8) ... also had one groundball vs. the Raiders ...
As a junior (2009): Memorable Terrapin debut with a goal, three assists and one groundball in 18-3 win over Presbyterian (2/13) ... tied career highs with six points, four assists and five groundballs in 15-4 win over Air Force (2/14) in Wounded Warrior Project's "Face Off for a Cause" ... three groundballs in 10-13 loss to No. 8 Georgetown (2/21) ... two goals, including a man-up score, in 11-8 win over No. 12 Duke (2/28) at the Face-Off Classic ... a goal and an assist in 9-7 win at Towson (3/7) ... man-up goal and three groundballs in 8-7 loss to No. 10 UMBC (3/14) ... three points on a goal and two assists in 13-6 win over Bryant (3/15) ... also had three groundballs vs. the Bulldogs ... one goal, two groundballs and two caused turnovers in 8-7 win over No. 11 North Carolina (3/21) ... five points on two goals and three assists in 10-9 7OT loss at No. 1 Virginia (3/28) ... two goals and two groundballs in 10-4 loss at No. 14 Navy (4/3) ... missed the Johns Hopkins, Binghamton and Penn games due to a sprained ankle ... returned in 16-10 loss at No. 8 North Carolina (4/24) in the ACC Semifinals ... had two groundballs vs. the Tar Heels ... two assists and three groundballs in 7-3 win at No. 7 seed Notre Dame (5/10) in first round of the NCAA tournament ... two groundballs in 11-6 loss to No. 2 seed Syracuse (5/16) in NCAA Quarterfinals.
As a sophomore (2008 @ Notre Dame): Did not compete.
As a freshman (2007 @ Notre Dame): Honorable mention USILA/STX All-American ... named the LaxPower Rookie of the Year ... GWLL Newcomer of the Year ... first-team all-GWLL ... led the Fighting Irish in points (46) and assists (25) ... notched a point in every game ... one goal and two assists in his collegiate debut, a 9-7 win over No. 13 Loyola (2/17) ... back-to-back two-goal, one-assist games against Penn State (W, 11-8, 2/25) and #4 Cornell (L, 13-8, 3/3) ... one goal and two assists in an 11-8 loss at No. 15 North Carolina (3/10) ... career-high six points on two goals and a season-best four assists in a 16-5 win over No. 19 Drexel (3/13) ... a goal and an assist in 7-6 loss at Dartmouth (3/17) ... back-to-back hat tricks in 11-3 wins over Bellarmine (3/20) and Brown (3/31) ... one goal and two assists in 15-5 win over Villanova (4/3) ... two goals and two assists in 16-4 win over Air Force (4/13) ... three assists in 14-6 win over Denver (4/15) ... one assist in 14-2 win over Lehigh (4/21) ... four points on two goals and two assists in 12-6 win at No. 20 Ohio State (4/28) ... one goal and two assists in 14-9 win at Quinnipiac (5/5) ... two assists in 11-10 overtime loss at No. 5 Johns Hopkins (5/12) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Before College: Arguably the most prolific lacrosse player to come from the West Coast ... a four-time letterwinner in lacrosse and a three-time letterwinner in football ... a four-time all-conference and all-city selection in lacrosse ... named to the U.S. Lacrosse All-American team as a junior and senior ... named to the Under Armour All-American team as a senior ... named team MVP during his sophomore and senior seasons ... captained the lacrosse team as a senior ... holds three records in lacrosse at Rancho Bernardo for career points, career goals and career assists ... played in the San Diego County All-Star Game in lacrosse as a sophomore, junior and senior ... a three-time all-conference and all-city selection for football ... an all-state selection for football during his senior season ... led football team to a conference championship as a junior ... captained the football team as a senior ... named team MVP in football as a senior.
Personal: Born in Naples, Italy ... son of Bonnie and Dennis Yeatman ... father played collegiate lacrosse for Navy ... has an older brother and sister and a younger brother and sister ... majoring in history.
|Yeatman's Career Statistics|
|2008 *||Did Not Compete|
|* at Notre Dame|
|Yeatman's Career Highs|
|Goals: 4 vs. Virginia (4/3/10)|
|Assists: 4 at Drexel (3/13/07), vs. Air Force (2/14/09)|
|Points: 6 at Drexel (3/13/07), vs. Air Force (2/14/09)|
|Groundballs: 5 Six times, most recent vs. Air Force (2/14/09)|
|Multi-Goal Games: 16|
|Multi-Point Games: 27|
|Multi-Assist Games: 14|