An imposing physical specimen ... two-sport standout ... played on the lacrosse team the last two seasons, helping the Terps reach the NCAA Quarterfinals each year ... joined the football team prior to his senior season ... transferred from Notre Dame in January 2009 after playing three seasons at tight end ... played in the 2011 Eastham Energy College All-Star Game.
As a Senior (2010): Played in the last 11 games, including three starts, as a tight end ... also played on special teams where he made three tackles ... fractured a finger in the preseason and missed the first two contests ... saw his first career action at Maryland against WVU (9/18), playing on special teams ... saw action in three plays at TE vs. FIU (9/25) ... also played on special teams vs. FIU and Duke (10/2) ... had one of his best performances as a Terp against Clemson (10/16), posting three receptions and 41 receiving yards in 16 plays ... helped set up the Terps lone TD with his three catches which included a career-long 20-yard grab ... started his first game as a Terp vs. Miami (11/6) .. also started in a two tight-end set vs. Virginia (11/13) ... saw action in a career-high 65 plays vs. Florida State (11/20), posting career highs in receptions (5) and receiving yards (47) ... also had his first career TD reception, a 7-yarder from Danny O'Brien ... matched his career high with another five receptions against NC State (11/27), totaling 46 yards.
As a Junior (2008 at ND): Started the first three games at tight end ... did not play the rest of the season.
As a Sophomore (2007 at ND): Played in all 12 games, starting three games (at UCLA, vs. Air Force, vs. Duke) as a second tight end ... caught first career pass vs. Georgia Tech, a career-long 10-yarder ... grabbed one pass for six yards at Penn State ... made first career start in win at UCLA ... recorded one reception for seven yards vs. Boston College ... established career bests with three catches for 14 yards vs. USC.
As a Freshman (2006 at ND): Played in all 13 games as a tight end ... did not record a reception as he was generally used as a blocker ... recorded 29:11 of playing time.
At Rancho Bernardo High School: A two-sport star ... a four-time letterwinner in lacrosse and a three-time letterwinner in football ... posted 36 catches for 527 yards and seven TDs as a senior, leading team to an 8-3 record ... recorded 26 receptions for 340 yards and four TDs as a junior, helping the Broncos to the 2004 conference championship and a 9-3 mark ... rated 38th on list of top tight ends by Scout.com as a senior ... rated 39th on list of top tight ends by Rivals.com ... rated 79th on the Rivals.com California Top 100 Prospects ... an all-state selection for football during his senior season ... a three-time all-conference and all-city selection for football ... captain and team MVP in football as a senior ... arguably the most prolific lacrosse player to come from the West Coast ... 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 ... coached by Ron Hamamoto.
Personal: Born in Naples, Italy ... parents are Bonnie and Dennis Yeatman ... father played lacrosse for Navy ... has four siblings - Grant, Caroline, Anne Morgan and Jack ... Anne Morgan plays on the Terps lacrosse team ... majoring in history.
|Yeatman's Career Statistics|
Career HighsReceptions - 5 (vs. FSU, 11/20/10; vs. NC State, 11/27/10)
Receiving Yards - 47 (vs. FSU, 11/20/10)
Long Reception - 20 yards (vs. Clemson, 10/16/10)