At the age of 18, University of Maryland freshman and basketball manager Zachary Lederer was diagnosed with brain cancer for the second time in his young life. In January 2012, after surgery to resect a brain tumor, Zach asked his dad to take a picture of him making a strongman pose to show friends and family that he would be just fine.
Maryland Basketball/Twitter Maryland basketball celebrated “Zaching Day” Monday in honor of Zach Lederer, a former team manager who died from brain cancer in 2014. He was 20.
Meet Zach Lederer. He's 18 years old, from Ellicot City, Md., and he's the student manager for the University of Maryland men's basketball team. He's also been battling brain cancer since the age...
Erroneous reports surfaced Friday night that Lederer, who joined the basketball program in 2011 as a freshman, had succumbed to cancer.
Adkins graduated from Maryland in 2016 and served as an intern for Libby Ellis, the former Director of Basketball Operations, after previously working as a student manager.
Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams had another reason for attending. ... The wife of former Los Angeles Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda battled cancer. "She is still with me," he said.
• Provide information for a national database of cancer incidence Maryland Cancer Registry The MCR registers all new cases of reportable cancer and benign brain and central nervous system tumors diagnosed and/or treated in Maryland according to Maryland law (see Appendix 1).
'Zaching': Maryland Teen With Brain Cancer Inspires Web Phenomenon - Columbia, MD Patch If you haven't read this piece on Terps' basketball manager Zach Lederer, you need to. Now. And the students...
The head coach of the Sideline Cancer team is former Millersville University All-American Charlie Parker, who also had a professional basketball career overseas. Restrictions in place
According to the Baltimore Sun, Lederer died Tuesday from complications related to his brain cancer. A 2012 surgery to remove a tumor was thought to have put him into recovery, but the cancer ...