We have compiled data from the literature on rotational velocities and/or periods for > 1000 K & M stars in 10 young clusters ranging in age from Orion to the IC 1391/2602. These data show that most PMS stars < 3 Myr do not appear to spin up in response to contraction, but there is a suggestion of slight spinup by ~8 Myr. These results extend and reinforce our earlier study (Rebull et al. 2002), based on observations of ~300 stars in the Orion Flanking Fields, NGC 2264, and the Orion Nebula Cluster (ONC), which showed that the majority of PMS stars in these three groups apparently do not conserve stellar angular momentum as they contract, but instead evolve at nearly constant angular velocity. This result applies both to stars with and without near-IR I – K excesses indicative of disks.