On Burman: Serving as one of four team captains along with Mike LaMonica, Mike Morsell and Nate Watkins a hard working defenseman with great character a team leader "made with the right stuff" according to Cottle excellent man-down specialist, who contributed to one of the nation's best units last season will also see time as a backup longpole in even-man situations won the "Be The Best Award" along with Ryan Moran as the team's hard working players in the weightroom
As a junior (2001): Played in all 16 games as a man-down defensive specialist along with graduated Brian Kingsbury, came on to help Maryland's man-down unit to the nation's third best percentage, killing off 77 of 94 opportunities (71.9 percent) the unit began the year on fire by killing off the first 13 penalties and 27 of 29 penalties without a goal allowed Duke (3/4) to score just one goal on 16 extra-man chances scooped up seven groundballs member of the Maryland Honor Roll.
As a sophomore (2000): Played in five games as a reserve defenseman saw action in the first three games of the season against Mount St. Marys (2/27), Duke (3/4) and Bucknell (3/7) corralled first career groundball against Delaware (3/15) also played vs. UMBC (5/6).
As a freshman (1999): Missed much of freshman season after suffering torn hamstring and a separated shoulder played in just one game, vs. Providence (2/27).
Before Maryland: Two-sport athlete at the Landon School in Bethesda, Md. lettered in lacrosse three times under Rob Bradley captained lacrosse team as a senior named regional all-star and All-Met honorable mention as a senior recorded amazing 23 points as a defenseman won three IAC conference championships compiled 49-7 record over three years of lacrosse two-time letterwinner in football at defensive end all-league, all-state and All-Met honorable mention as a senior in football won two IAC championships in football.
Personal: Andrew Clarkson Burman born July 14, 1979 in Washington, D.C. son of Molly and Ken Burman brother of Ed (28), Steve (24), Dave (21) and Emily (18) brother Dave is a junior defenseman at ACC rival Virginia brother Steve also played lacrosse at Bucknell and Virginia one of five Terps, who played high school ball at Landon majoring in government & politics.
Year GP/GS Goals Asst. Pts. Shots GB Pen. PIM 1999 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0:00 2000 5/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0:00 2001 16/0 0 0 0 0 7 2 1:30 2002 13/1 0 0 0 0 5 2 1:30 Totals 35/1 0 0 0 0 0 13 3:00